Going Going Gone


Here is a very short clip from the Magical Fantasia Fashion Ball in Mayfair, London on 10th June 2002. It was organised by the charity National Kidney Research Fund.

And what better song to go with an auction then this wonderful version of “Going going gone” from the album “Never never never”. The song was actually recorded for the 1976 BBC-show but rejected. (Special thanks to David for the clip)

A message came from Audrey and this is what she said about the clip: “I loved the pictures of DSB from the GMTV- programme. This must have been some little while ago as it is John Leslie pictured with her and he was sacked from GMTV many moons ago, but I am sure there are others with much more knowledge than I have who will enlighten you further.” (Thanks Audrey)

Note: my part of the blog will be on holiday for two weeks.

If you are looking for the perfect Christmas gift perhaps this might be a good idea! (Thanks to John) CLICK HERE


8 thoughts on “Going Going Gone”

  1. Pieter I enjoyed this archive immensely. I enjoyed the humor of the interviewer Mr. Leslie and the video of the auction. DSB looked absolutely lovely, and still had her sense of humor going. What a great performance of that fabulous song. Thank you Audrey and Pieter.

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    1. Hi Ian, do you know who wrote this song. I investigated and I learned that a song with the same title was written by Bob Dylan, and the country singer Lee Greenwood. When I played both Youtube versions they were not the song that DSB is singing. Do you or anyone else know who wrote it? Thanks

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