East Anglian Magazine was a magazine which deals in subjects of interest to the people of East Anglia. Based in Ipswich, it appears to have been first published in 1935. A Spoken Word EP by James Wentworth Day entitled 'Rum Owd Folk' seems to have been its first venture into the field of recordings. The EP came out in 1973, and had no catalogue number; its matrix number was COUN-242, which shows that it was a product of the County Recording Service, of Bracknell. An LP of folklore and dialect, 'East Anglian Pageant' (EAM-12), followed in 1977. East Anglian Magazine Former Address in 1973:  6, Great Colman Street, Ipswich. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

73 James Wentworth Day Rum Owd Folk EAST ANGLIAN MAGAZINE COUN 242

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