S.S. [Siouxsie Sioux] mentioned this exclusive little club in Soho that you had to be a member to get in and was populated by lesbians and the odd male lesbian watcher and a couple of well-known actors. We all went, led by S.S. through the streets of Soho to 61 Poland Street to a red painted door with gold plates. S.S. rang the bell and through a little peephole a voice said in lisping tones, "Are you members!" What, I wonder, did we look like through that little window; some nightmare WaIt Disney might have had! We got in. Sitting at a low desk in the entrance way was a very old lady with a pile of grey hair atop her head and long grey dress and grey fur coar- grey lady? Bits of diamonds here and there, she looked a thousand-years-old. "Ah, you must all become members, my dears," her accent was French. Three pounds bought us a little red and white membership card.
Michael the doorman was an American fag and Madame Louise's toy-boy. This was her club. We were all under twenty-one and looked it, but somehow they didn't care, we must have passed some test. Perhaps Louise wanted to attract a younger clientele? The small foyer led into a bar room, a large mirror ran along the back wall, very dim lighting so you could hardly see your reflection, long black leatherette sofa seating, small tables with red cloths on them, black chairs, red carpets.
It was empty except for a waiter we named 'Ballerina John', an Irish queen with really awful acne and long red hair that he kept flicking over one eye. John had been thrown out of dance school because of some sexual indiscretion in the toilets. Ballerina John came over and took our orders-five vodka and oranges. And because of the licensing laws, it was required that we were served food-food was a few slices of anaemic-looking Spam and shrivelled gherkins on a paper plate.
S.S. had found this place on one of her jaunts with pretend-girlfriend Myra. Most of us kept looking at ourselves in the gloriously long and flattering mirrors. From our table we could see a spiral staircase going down. "I love these mirrors," S.S. purred. "What's down there?" I asked. "A dance floor," S.S. said, retouching her nose with her powder puff…
What did I wear to Louise's the first time? Old men's pyjama jacket with a silver grey tie over black ski pants and black plastic sandals and white fingerless gloves. S.S. in one of her fifties Swanky Modes dresses, (Swanky Modes was a shop in Camden run by two sisters, designers of vaguely fetish women's wear). S.S. was wearing a b/w polka dot 'Betty Boo' dress; she would do impersonations of the cartoon character now and then. We'd catch ourselves in the mirror, suck in our cheeks and pout like mad. Sipping our vodkas, we could hear strains of music, Diana Ross and the Supremes ... S.S. decided that we should all trot downstairs... a small dance floor surrounded by low tables with red cloths and mirrors around the walls. We sat at a table under the stairs.
There was a smoked-glass DJ booth, where a young dyke played Bowie then Marlene Dietrich ... around the room sat a couple of butch dykes with feathered haircuts and three-piece men's suits. S.S. pulled me onto the dance floor to Bryan Ferry's 'Let's Stick Together'. I followed her in a demented jive, swinging each other around and around, yelping and cooing. We'd suddenly stop mid-jive and turn and look at ourselves in the mirrors, as though fixing and freezing our features forever at sixteen. With the help of make-up and the dark lights of the club we looked perfect and glamorous… Louise's closed at 3 a.m., which meant getting the night bus home, a cab was too expensive.
Marshall also mentions that the Roxy in Neal Street, Covent Garden - the first punk club as such - has previously been 'Chagarama's, the trannie bar', and recalls that as punk exploded and Louise's became too popular, some of the scene decamped elsewhere:
We discovered another club. Sombrero's was on Kensington High Street and a very GAY Disco, owned by a pair of Spanish queens, it had a raised dance floor of multicoloured Perspex that resembled a boxing ring and had waiter service. A lot of Oriental and Middle Eastern queens went there, it was very faggy indeed, gold chains and sprayed hair, little leather clutch bags, rich older queens and their younger pickings. It was home in the early 1970s to the glam rock scene, Mr and Mrs Bowie.
One time Johnny Rotten was hero of the week down at Sombtero's, he intervened in a knife attack against one of the door staff, stopped the queen getting it in the gut, by kicking the assailant in the nuts! Rudy, a rotund and chirpy Spaniard was the DJ, he played 70s disco. My favourite story that he told, was one night Marianne Faithfull came down and went to his DJ booth on the look-out for free drinks; of course Rudy obliged. She repaid him by singing a drunken version of 'Little Bird'.
Update November 2022 :
This post has received lots of attention over the years with some great anecdotes from former denizens of the Sombrero in particular recalling some of its fabulous characters (see comments below post). The main club night was called 'Yours or Mine'. It seems that David Bowie and Angie hung out there in early 1970s and it was here that they met Freddie Burretti and his friend Daniella Parmar. Burretti went on to design some of David Bowie's signature looks while Parmar's short blonde crop haircut was adopted and popularised by Angie Bowie. Jagger, Boy George and Marilyn are mentioned too. To get round restrictive licensing laws the place served food to all customers under the more generous terms of a supper licence - though seemingly nobody in their right mind ate the ham and potato salad on offer.
In 1980s Adam and the Ants recorded the video for their hit single Antmusic there, as Adam recalled: 'we hired my old haunt, the tiny Sombrero club in Kensington, and filmed us 'performing' the song to a crowd who are reluctant at first to dance to it, but eventually get completely into the song and surround us on the under-lit dance floor' (Adam Ant, Stand and Deliver: my autobiography' (2008).
Adam and the Ants on the underlit dancefloor
I used to frequent the Sombrero club in the early 1970's. The clubs name was actually 'Yours or Mine'. It was truly was the best gay club in London at that time. The underlit dance floor was very unusual and it added to the fun. The description of the club by the author does not fit my memory - but he is talking about 1976 - aftr my time. I think the manager Amedeo was still there and also Jaunito the waiter both were Italian. I have just started a Tribute to the Sombrero group on Facebook. If anyone has any memories please post them on the site.
i well remember sombrero in early 70s camp girls done up like 40s hollywood divas one of whom was a shoplifter someone who had partial sex change and worked as a male escort a well known actor of a tv serial used club it was 50p to get in 35p for a glass of plonk camp latin waiters with purses under arm and they had supper licence you got ham potato salad it was fab innocent fun all clubs sml then paul london
I think one of the divas was maureen cleaver had a fab time also whichity corner north end road and the nashville tues and sundays west ken and a club next to barrons court libary in the fox tuesdays
I too have veery fond memories of the club .I worked there handing out the very "appetising"supper (for licensing reasons ) I loved Rudis DJ booth decorated with flowers etc on arch,over the DJ booth .The waitors were fabulous .I was a female working with the boys and they couldn't have been sweeter too me ,Lino paticularly,I still have my fairwell gift ,my lizard broochend
I recall being thrown out of Sombrero with two very early Trannies one worked at Biba where we all used to hang out in the dark and Queen playing pool next door at the White Hart. Does anyone remember that Mrs Bowie also used to frequent Masquerade in Earls Court Rd - I think it became the Pink Pig after a while? Also anyone recall a queen called Bobby who acidentally set light to his room in a wing of the Colehern Pub?
Yours of mine, The Sombrero.Fab place! My boyish looking g/f got slung out one night for being a palone (the club was iffy about women sometimes). I used to hang around with a 40's dressed girl, Linda from Clapham who used to hoist from shops. Seem to remember some early tv/t.s girls Biba? Berlin? Philip Salom frequented the place. Used to go to the Masquerade too. It was an old launderette from memory and still looked like one. Also Catacombs!
I used to go to Yours and Mine most weekends in early 70's.One Christmas I bought the American "hat check boy" a superb box of Irish Linen Handkerchiefs from then on we were front of the queue every time!The dance floor was very small.Kensington High Street would be deserted apart from the queue outside Y and M.
Anonymous said of the Sombrero:
"I was a female working with the boys and they couldn't have been sweeter too me ,Lino paticularly,I still have my fairwell gift ,my lizard brooch"
I wonder where Lino is now. I know he returned to Madrid and I lost touch. Any knowledge anyone.
In those days (very early 70s) one of the stalwarts of the club with champagne for all was Kit Lambert, who is now not so far away in the Brompton Cemetery.
Used to go to Sombrero a lot from 1970+ the dance floor was circular with seating booths around it and alovely sweeping staircase down so you could make and 'entrance' NOBODY ate the ham salad, silly if you did it was to do with the drinking laws...had to be food too so the Spanish/Italian queen would show you the limp lettuce and sweaty ham on a cardboard plate and the you ordered to booze...it was a bit too fluffy for my taste but at least you could get a drink
I used to go with my gay friend in the early 70s, the dance floor was like in Saturday Night Fever years before the film. To drink after 11pm you had to eat a salad for some reason. It as fab there, so many in vogue people used to go there to be purposely ignored by everyone there. Music was innovative. I miss
40 years ago this month I arrived from America to study at Kings College London. It was the first gay bar I ever went to. Heard about in the summer of '73 from a blurb in Time Magazine saying Jagger went there. Walked around the block three times before getting the nerve to go in. Got picked up in five minutes and the rest, as they say, is history. Even though Mick wasn't there that night, Yours and Mine will always hold a fond place in my heart.
Ohhh yea, the Sombrero, or 'Snake-pit' as it was sometimes affectionately known to the less innocent and even the 'Chinese Take Away' on account of the number of oriental clientele, some of whom I'm afraid I availed myself. It was a great place. It was open most days of the week but on Saturday nights it was really too packed for me. I found it quite addictive and it formed a backdrop to a large chunk of my life. I was there three or four nights of the week. I remember Juanita, always prompt with a glass of wine - appalling stuff but it worked. I loved the frisson of scandal, the sociability and the great dance floor and music. In a funny way, the care free 'swinging' sex life of the early seventies ended there for me. I remember to this day hearing the news of a 'gay disease' cutting a swath through homosexual San Fransisco, whilst sitting in one of the bank bench cubicles. The news spread like a hurricane through every part of the club scene. Later it was known as Aids, and later still HIV. Suddenly there was fear in the air. Two of my friends at that table on that night went on to die of aids and I've lost many others besides. Life expectancy was only months then, largely because it was generally diagnosed kinda late. For it was a defining moment - it was like someone had turned the lights on at the end of the party, suddenly life wasn't so glamorous and fun. But as they say, we boogied on. Later a younger mixed set of dancers discovered the dance floor and came Monday or Tuesdays when it wasn't so crowded, I can't remember which. That was when I saw the most beautiful girl - 19ish, bright red Jaeger shouldered business suit, matching short skirt, red high heels and Blondie blonde hair who danced and twirled like red smoke - what a sight! Later I moved away and left the scene. I've still got an old CD of disco music given to me by the DJ from his mix. It was a wonderful time.
My first Gay club experience. Went with my two best friends Chris and Terry. Terry was a professional dancer ( Italia Conte School )I had never heard such wonderful music before , so different from all the normal straight 'discos'. Terry and i danced the night away ( i am straight female) We met a wonderful couple there , her name was Caroline and i bloody cant recall his , they often would wear hawain shirts, nipped with a belt and pencil skirt and stilletoes of course ! We used to bump in to them everywhere after that. Chagarammas , Global Village,The Blitz even Hard Rock for dinner before going out ! I also new Siouxy sioux when she was just Sue ! We went to a disco in Tolworth couple of times and she often rang me at home for a lift. ( my Mum would shout up the stairs 'its pretty Sue on the phone' We were really only casual mates within a group of friends and i tell you i couldnt believe my eyes when i saw her on the telly. Anyway Sombrero , happy memories , loved it ! :-)
Hi All i am making a film about london and the gay clubs between mid 70s and mid 80s, yours and mine or el sombrero and the pink panther are discussed a lot, do any of you have any tickets -flyers or photos that you could share with me to use as archive for my project? Thanks Claire
The dj was called John the most gay man ever !!! But a brilliant dancer . Boy George and Marilyn used to go and after we all used to go to a wine bar opposite regines and if you wanted a drink they served it in a tea pot !!!! I am female but they were all brilliant although I now realise that Juanita fancied my boyfriend who was a great friend of his. It was the best club I have ever been to and at that time I went to them all, blitz legends, embassy pussy cat , Madame jojos but nothing had the sombreros atmosphere. Wish it was still here so my girls could go and be safe !,
goodness me came across these comments and thought that perhaps el sombrero had been a wild dream for me!! I went there in the late 70's as a young 17 old out on the gay scene in London and had a wonderful time. the dance floor was amazing and so was the atmosphere. i actually met my first boyfriend there who was Malay and we were together many years. other places around at the time were harpoon louies in Earls Court, the Phoniex in Oxford Street and the Embassy club...such great memories. of course Heaven also started around then and i remember being astounded by the size of it and was very much in a monrity as a pretty little thing surrounded by mainly clones ( I did very well though ha ha!) Anyone else remember this period..and before I forget the tricky dicky disco in Euston...used to go into the loo put on the headbands and spray glitter..camp was the word!! the music was also fabulous but much prefer to what's on offer today..I know there were still drugs and too much drinking but it seemed in a way a more open and less violent time than now. I never encountered any anti-gay atmosphere either inside or outside these clubs and London seemed a much better place to be gay then now. You only have the wild excesses of the rave type clubs with bodybuilders or the screaming queens at GAY now and no one really dances as they used to it's all about posing, mobiles etc..oh for the good old days!!
I remember a sex change called Biba and her friend Kelly, they were both very good-looking and made a packet on the game, I was fascinated by them as 16 year old and wanted to be like them, 18 months later I was!
Biba was a dominatrix/working'girl' possibly worked with another Berlin?? They both gave a certain extremely high profile chappie a fab time on his stag night! Cough cough.
Hi I just found this posting,I used to work there too,just spoke to Mr Harry Lambs Cher a few months ago he lives in Switzerland a day is doing well,Amado poured Gasoline over his Boyfriend and set him on fire so I've heard,Belinda lives in Munich and I live in miami and own a German restaurant www.schnitzelhausmiami.com and my name is Alex aka Axel please contact me, I would like to chat with you a little,was wondering whatever happen to my best friend Monica Shell lost contact to her also Ashley Lloyd Johnson
Would love to hear from you Greetings from Miami
I used to work there, so I was very happy to find this blog,was always wondering what happen to all my friends,spoke to Mr Harry Laubscher a few month ago,he's well and lives in Switzerland,last thing I've heard that Amado poured Gasoline over his friend and set him on fire,does anybody ever run into Monica Shell or Ashley Lloyd Johnson? I was actually working at the restaurant but helps at the club from the very beginning, Harry didn't want to opened it because of his reputation but then we kinda talk to him into it and he sure made some money with it
Belinda lives in Munich, remember Fernandez Trevino (ex "By Appointment "on Queens way. .haha Juanito (Banana) DJ Rudy,
Anna the French girl
I live in Miami since 88 and own a German restaurant
Www.schnitzelhausmiami.com and if anyone wants to chat and reminisce pleas hit me up
Alex Richter on Feb aka Axel from Munich
I remember Lino also,and Juanito (Banana) Fernando,Belinda Tony DJ,Anna,
I worked there too
Hi, check out Facebook. There are pix of Lino and Jaunito on 'Tribute to Yours or Mine aka The Sombrero'.
Hello everyone! Im a Spanish girl, my dad used to work in "el sombrero" around 70,s he lived in I lived in London for long time, his name is " Juan Carlos" i lived in Colligham place! Now is he's dead and I go to london for my first time, if someone who's knew him can tell me something about him I really appreciate it, thanks very much
I am not gay but the Sombrero was my favourite haunt in the 70s. I used to bounce in the maltese Soho stripjoints, and being stunningly handsome, I once got picked up by a gay cabdriver called Malcolm who took me there and from that day on I got hooked on the atmosphere. One memory that will follow me to the grave is once meeting there Charles Gray the actor who played Blofeld in the Connery Bond movies who took me over in a limo to somewhere in Park Lane and insisted on reading excerpts from Shakespeare while I got pretty sloshed on his booze. Great days that alas have passed us by never to be seen again.
I first went to London in 1976 age 18 and very green. I heard about the Sombrero and how all the stars used to go there. I bumped into a mad woman I used to know from Nottingham and she insisted we go there. I was absolutely adamant we wouldn't get in and I can remember being terrified at the time. Somehow we got in and I have never felt so excited and in awe of a venue since! It was a very special moment in my life which I will never forget. I think I went every night until I went abroad in 1979. I was so upset to find it closed when I returned about 1984.
Hi I remember the Sombreror in the early seventies it was the fun place for a young guy to have fun and much more.David Bowie his wife and Freddy Berettie the most beautiful boy would sit on the edge of the tiniest dance floor.The waiters would mince around collecting your entry voucher and exchanging it for a small potato sali peice of ham served on a paper side plate.The dj was a Swiss guy in his late thirties with fantastic thick blonde hair called Amadao.It was the only club I felt at home at the time I was working as a proffesional golfer and this was my way of escaping the constraints of a middle England surburban Surrey golf club.
The Sombrero was like my second home, there nearly every night friend of the owner (Harry), Amedeo (manager) and all the hysterical waiters, it was more like a big family than a business.
Good old memories sadly of a gone bye era.
I knew Malcolm the gay taxi driver he lived in Beaufort Gardens off Knightsbridge we used to drink in The Coalville Kings Road which closed and became Lord John clothes shop.Before The Sombrero there was By Appointment in Queensway The Rockingam in Archer Street Soho and long before that The Gigolo below the Casserole Restaurant in Kings Road,Chagaramas cane much later the music there was also great god bless Barry the little barman the 60s and 70s gay club scene was fantastic including Mr.Worrhingtina club in soho La Deuce I’ll close now in that note I’m contactable on Facebook as Terence Adrian Whelan
living in ken high street those days and as a young student my heart was at sombrero most of the time there i met my friends for first time and the happiness in my life i wish the time go back again
I went to all these clubs.
It was the BEST time.
Saw the Sex Pistols at Louise's.
London was soon cool.
You felt like you were experiencing something special going on.
I went to Sombrero many times, even though I am straight, it was one of the few clubs you could get into late at night,being guys without girls. Music and dancing was amazing, the crowd very fashionable amd good looking, but above all very friendly. There were many girls there and it was a very mixed crowd. I will never forget those wonderful days ...
I used to work at Sombrero in the mid eighties, I made a lot if friends at the time, there I ve met the love of my life, it was fun, exciting, sometimes over the top, celebrities were gone by then, the music was amazing, the colleagues were also. I really did miss it when it closed down.
I was working at Natwest Bank 138 Ken High Street. Harry nad Armadillo used to bank with us. I was (and still am!) straight. Harry used to invite my colleague Keith and me for a meal at El Sombrero followed by a free evening 'downstairs'. An eye-opener for a naive 20 year old from the sticks!
Great memories though.
I understand the song 'All The Young Dudes' by Mott The Hoople was about the nightclub.
Took my Mother toYours or Mine once. Amadeo told her that it was a club for gentleman. Her instant reply was to ask to see just one gentleman and she would go home.She was given a great table, free bubbly and they loved her. Everyone danced to El Bimbo by Bimbo Jet as It was always the last dance and all the lights were illuminated on the Circular Dance floor! Happy days! Remember Phil and Billy and Beverly and my very best friend ANGE!
Sombrero was at it best early seventies, it started to go off around 75. The crowd was very fashionable and mostly good looking. Music was great, thanks to Antonello and Rudi. I hung out with Maxine an Daniela and Freddie Buretti a great designer and VERY close friend of Bowie.
People like Kit Lambert ( manager of the Who ) Bowie, Graham Chapman ( Monty Python) and the notorious Vicky de Lambray (tart ) All went there. Plus many more.
One had to look right to get in.
I used to go every Saturday to Sombrero back in early 76. I was 16 years old, but back in those days, nobody asked. I'm not gay, but many of my friends were, and introduce me to the place; I remember I used to drink Tanqueray gyn with tonic water (gyn tonic), and dance like an animal.
I remember a good friend worked there as a waiter, his name is (was) Nick
Kit Always remember by the name of Vicki Delambre remeber well Lino with his very tight black satin trousers but at my time in 1970 no girls alowed
Remember very well 1970 Vicky Delambre and of course Lino with his very tight black satin trousers went out with him a while until I met my old boyfriend from France that is why I have lived in France ever since but at the time not many girls that had to know someone very well to get in
Also remember Lino with his very tight black satin trousers met a French guy in 1970 that is why I am still living in France but not with the same guy patato salad with a gin and tonic great nights can't remember any girls there at the time
Has anybody got photos of the waiters Lino and Juan 1970
What is the name on facebook,i would like to put a picture of my mummy incase anyone knows her.....she has told me soso msny stories
Totally agree, by 75 it was turning in to something else❓ Us die hards persevered more out of habit but the glory days were over. 😞💖
Great hearing from people that frequented the Sombrero back in the 70s. I would go almost every Saturday and loved the ambiance and vibe. I am straight and met a great number of girls there. One girl become my girlfriend and used to work across the road at Biba’s. I enjoyed the music and loved to dance on the rather small dance floor. One of the songs I recall them playing is “Got to give it up” by Marvin Gaye. Cheers to all.
Loved Sombrero high st ken used to go there dancing with Marsha hunt and the in crowd Always remember Rudolf neureyev buying everyone in club champagne ...very generous man.x good times there❤️
I had a fashion company Brave New World doing glam. Most of my staff we gay or bi, I wasn't. My designer Brent Sherwood - Mother to his mates was pretty outrageous, he lived on Blues had great times dowen there.
Oh !!! I am 71 , and from 1970 the Yours or Mine was THE night club in London !! Especially for music , dancing and the atmosphere ! I had my coming out at that time !! Fabulous !! Of course no AIDS at that time ! Only a certain amount of ladies were allowed in !
Of course in those days of one could smoke !
Nowadays during a pandemic , nothing is allowed !
At least I can say as a young gay man , it was great ! There was a very mixed public, and friendly atmosphere , and people felt good and looked good ! Even sometimes foreign Royalty would be there so it was discrete
I Was going to Portugal via London from the states,accompanied with my partner and we decided to spend a few day's in London.Long story we ended up at this Club the Yours and Mine but also Sombrero.That was back in 1972.I can't believe how I just came across this researching the club.Needless to say London was such a great place to visit and this club was the best place ,where I had such fun.I wan't to shout out to a Geoffrey Smith who I met there back in the day.He was a window dresser in an upscale department store if you see this would love hearing from you or anyone who might have known you.I know it's like looking for a needle in a haystack! This was the best club in London at the time in my humble opinion.I later wen't back and lived in London for a few years it was later thou and this grat club was closed ..Such great memories at such a wonderful time and gone bye era .
Sombrero's is the club Adam and the Ants used as the venue for the Antmusic video isn't it?!
This is selective memory time ! Maureen clever with bee hive
And 60s heavy eye liner was behind counter at all night tea bar Barclays by trafalgar Square!???
Shamus the waiter at Louise's had short hair and I had wedge so I often got paper train at Victoria with Billy "SS" etc all as mum lived Chatham stop after Bromley!
Where did info come from ?
Here with Bloo redskin with blond hair he also worked Billy's
West end Demi monde call what you will!
as nightly at clubs for e0 0dd years
If you write about things research it?
Yours or mine was popular with Arab royalty including Al or Sal ask Angie Bowie and no not velvet goldmine either
Anyone remember the escort club in pimlico road aka Sadie's?
Is there a clip of sombrero / yours or mine anywhere online? I so much want to reminisce by seeing the inside activity again. I have searched the YouTube but have not been able to find anything. Maybe I am typing it wrong Any suggestions? I used to frequent the club early in early 70s. Such great fun I used to have there.
This was my uncle Brent Sherwood.
Fabulous till the end
I remember the yours and mine or sombrero well in the early 70s David Bowie his muse and a very beautiful boy who evidently worked as a taylor but also made some of Bowie's costumes.The dancefloor was tiny and I felt a sense of adventure and the opposite of being an assistant golf pro in a suburban club if only my friends could se me now was what I'd be thinking the next day.The waiters served a miserable looking bit of luncheon meet with lettuce on a paper plate and yes the entry was only 10 Bob.
As a 16 year old girl who lived near the High Street I used to go with my (also straight) female friend to the Sombrero in 1971 & 72. We used to join the queue and ask guys if we could go in as friends of theirs. It must have worked quite well as I remember going quite a lot. I have some idea we were sometimes allowed in on our own. I think we must have looked pretty cool.
For those who are interested there is a scene in the movie “Velvet Goldmine” where the characters based on Bowie & Angie are seen at the Sombrero. I was watching the movie which includes some “sexually liberated” scenes with my Mum & teenage daughter when my Mum says “Should she (my daughter) be watching this at her age?” and I just had to say “Mum, I was THERE at her age!” Mum looked sheepish as she remembered I was indeed.
One thing I do remember which I have not seen mentioned anywhere was some guys wearing very very wide culottes (ankle length) which looked like skirts but were technically trousers so they couldn’t be charged with wearing women’s clothes in public. Would love to know if anyone else remembers that. Amazing times. Also went to the Embassy Club. There are 2 versions of the video of Sylvester’s “You make me feel mighty real” shot at the Embassy Club online. The longer one is especially good.
In case anyone remembers me my maiden name was Marianne Furhagen
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