Thursday, 8 May 2014

Espionage never looked so cool

House fave film "Another Country", a fictional account of the life of the young Guy Burgess

With Alan Bennett in the news (on the eve of his 80th birthday - more about that later, no doubt), reportedly getting right up the noses of Mein Kampf (aka the Daily Mail) again with his comments about the 60s Guy Burgess-Kim Philby-Donald Maclean spy scandal, I think it's time for an appropriately-themed musical interlude.

From the utterly groovy Soft Tempo Lounge, here's "Our Man in London"...

Music: One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So) by The Brass Choir Conducted By Warren Kime


  1. Love it. Especially the men's hair.
    best one for ages

    1. Where does one get a mac and sunglasses like that these days? Does MI5 have a retail range? Jx


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