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[Love Affair 1967 set list] [31 May 2010] Gus Yeadon R.I.P. Former Love Affair vocalist Gus Yeadon (aka Auguste Eadon) passed away in hospital on 07 April 2010.

[18 March 2010] Love Affair 1967 set list discovered! Maurice Bacon recently came across a list of songs that Love Affair performed live in 1967 (pictured right). Click on the image for the complete list of 29 songs! Now, we only need to find a live recording from this period....

[10 March 2010] Lynton Guest discography updated! Two more 1974 singles produced by Lynton and his partner in crime Jimmie Edwards for Dawn Records have just been discovered: (1) D'Jurann Jurrann (which is actually Paul King ex-Mungo Jerry in disguise) and (2) Baz, who I know absolutely nothing about (please get in touch if you have information about Baz). More info!

Gus Eadon - the early years! When Gus Eadon left the Elastic Band to replace Steve Ellis in the Love Affair in 1970, the Elastic Band had just finished recording their debut album. The guitar player with Elastic Band was Andy Scott (pre-Sweet), and he discusses this period and the problems the band faced in great detail on his own website - with lots of rare photos and press clippings. For more info, check out www.andyscott.info


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I would like to thank Morgan, Steve, Maurice, Michael, Rex and Lynton for their support and interest in this website - and a very special thank you also to Christophe Simplex and Sven Forsberg who have helped out with the discographies.

Sven Forsberg also trade in Love Affair records - contact him with your wants at forsvNOSPAM@kolumbus.fi

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