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Martin Jacques, What Was the First Album You Ever Bought?

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
The Tiger Lillies

The Tiger Lillies

“The first record album that I ever bought? That’s a tricky question, that one. It was something dreadful, I’m sure, because what do you know when you’re 14? When you’re young, you make mistakes.

It could have been anything, really, but it was probably something horrific like Genesis. Maybe Elton John. Or Mungo Jerry. Barclay James Harvest. It could have been anything, really.

And, of course, I used to have lots of children’s records when I was very little. ‘The Stories of Sinbad,’ that was a good little record.”

Vocalist-accordionist Martin Jacques leads the indescribably decadent London cabaret trio the Tiger Lillies in their unique production of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” at Williams College’s ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance in Williamstown at 8pm on Thursday (October 24). Tickets are $10.

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