Curry Bun

Album: not released on an album (1968)
  • According to the 2009 revised and updated biography Mick Ronson - The Spider With The Platinum Hair, while he was playing with The Rats in the 1960s, Ronson and company produced an instrumental called "Curry Bun" named after his love of Indian food, "an original off-the-cuff instrumental we sometimes played live" another band member said. It got as far as the acetate stage but was never put out by any record company. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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