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[[top image - black & white photograph of group; written at bottom left margin of photo: Israel]]

[[bottom image - black & white photograph of man playing the piano and Joy McLean singing. written on man's back: Ned Wright]] 

Köln, Germany 
During recording session

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[[top left image - black & white photograph of Joy McLean]]
England 1953, Jan.

[[top right image - black & white photograph of group of people posing in front of an imposing building. caption: PALAIS DE VERSAILLES]]

[[bottom image - black & white photograph Joy McLean, in profile, performing in front of an audience]]
L. to R. First row:
George Royston, tenor
Ray Yates (Southern-aires tenor}

Second row:
Joseph Attles, tenor & dancer
played Sportin' Life & Crab Man
In the 70's played Checkers in "Bubblin' Brown Sugar" 
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