Ref NoBSUCA/ASR/1/2
CollectionAndrew Sherlock Radio Collection
TitleInterviews (Ernie Mack and Ricky Tomlinson)
Name of creatorSherlock, Andrew
Date1996
Duration1 hr. 37 min. 32 sec.
Extent1 sound cassette (90 min)
3 audio files Broadcast WAVE Format (BWF)
DescriptionIntervews with Ernie McCray (better known as Ernie Mack) and Ricky Tomlinson, conducted by Andrew Sherlock at the Atlantic pub on the dock road, for 'Best of Order', a programme which looked at the history and influence of Working Men's Clubs in Merseyside.
[Full summary to follow]
Side A file 1 [7 min. 26 sec]]: [00.07] Sound test [01.17] Ernie Mack starts talking to about managing variety clubs including Bernard Manning's club in Manchester and the Cabaret club in Liverpool [03.02] Ricky Tomlinson talks about starting at Ernie Mack's Montrose club [07.26] recording ends
Side A file 2 [44 min. 59 sec.] [01.28] Ernie Mack talks about getting into comedy.
Side B: [45 min. 7 sec.] [00.07] Ernie and Ricky talk about banjo playing.
NotesThe sound cassette was snapped inside the cassette casing, and was spliced and fixed before digitisation. There are two master files for side A as the cassette deck was unable to play part of the sound cassette.
LPCM wave 24 bit 48kHz. Cassette digitised using Denon Cassette Deck DN-790R, Roland Edirol UA-55, and Adobe Audition CC 2014 (2015-11-30 and 2015-12-01)
Associated PersonTomlinson, Ricky, 1939, actor and comedian
Mack, Ernie, night club owner
CategoryAudio recordings
Access conditionsAvailable for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU. Access is available via digital listening copies. The University of Kent acknowledges the intellectual property rights of those named as contributors in this recording and the rights of those not identified.
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