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 " I used to work in a record shop called Probe, which was the epicentre of everything in the 1970's and 80's, Every weirdo and no-gooder in the City would gravitate there on  Saturday. Geoff Davies, who opened Probe in 1971, is the second most important man in the history of Liverpool music, that's after Brian Epstein. Geoff loved the album 'Forever Changes' by Love and he never stopped playing it to people, All the young kids who would come into the shop looking for Punk or Velvet Underground -He would never miss an opportunity to play that record to them, that or Captain Beefheart"

Bernie Connor, The Guardian 2013
Wednesday, November 25, 2015