Paul Muggleston ...... a career in entertainment spanning four full decades

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Paul's Idea was a Christchurch pop group which had as a line-up - Paul Muggleston (Rhythm), Dave Chapman (Lead), Kevin Frewer (Organ), Pete Ward (Drums).  The group recorded one single on the Robbins label "Cia Amore" / "Ape Call" in 1969.  The line-up for that recording was - Paul Muggleston (Rhythm), Dave Chapman (Lead), Neville Claughton (Bass), Peter Goldsmith (Organ), Pete Ward (Drums).  The recording was put down onto one of Robbin's old Rola 2-tracks by "engineer" John Phair (also ironically Keith Robbin's son-in-law) on the desk.  According to Neville Claughton, the sound effects included "a trash can with empty grog bottles in it".
Click here to listen to Paul's Idea performing "Cia Amore"Click here to listen to Paul's Idea performing "Cia Amore"        Click here to listen to Paul's Idea performing "Ape Call"Click here to listen to Paul's Idea performing "Ape Call"


Paul Baron promotional poster
In the late sixties Paul made an attempt to create a new identity by recording a country and western ballad type song called "Daddy In Your Mind" based on his strong emotions about the untimely loss of his dad.
He recorded it under the name of Paul Baron and it was released on the Orly label in 1969.
Unfortunately, despite correct promotional material, the record label was incorrectly set as "Daddy On Your Mind" and was pressed as such.  The flipside was "Don't Leave Me In My World".
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