Binnie Barnes In "I Guess I'll Have To Change… 1933

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  • Jack London, the pianist in this piece, won a Silver Medal for Great Britain in the 100 metres at the 1928 Olympics, then a Bronze in the 4x100 metre relay.

    jamied 13th Jun 2012

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