The first Daffod'i'll update of 2024

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The first Daffod'i'll update of 2024

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Since our last visit to the ever-expanding catalogue of Daffod'i'll he's proceeded to add twelve new albums plus one compilation to the 123 (not counting compilations) previously released. 

You now have available 'The Counsellor', 'The Giver', 'The Inspector', 'The Supervisor' and 'The Performer', plus seven more which don't seem to have names but all of which (apart from their own number in the sequence of his albums) bear the number "16", the significance of which eludes me I'm afraid. Possibly you'll need to play them to work that one out. And there's 'Best of Albums 121-128' too.

Why I particularly wanted to bring you up to speed is because album number 134 (which is the penultimate one to date) is dedicated to the memory of former Gods Toys manager Steve Gilmore, who also worked as a musician in his own right both under the name of Rebel Riffs and later with various collaborations under the collective title of In No Sense and who passed away recently.

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