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Dudley | 22:57 Wed 22nd Dec 2004 | Music
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Does anyone know what Wesley McGoogan is doing these days? He played saxaphone on Hazel O'Connor's only major hit. Brilliant.

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He joined The Beat soon after, until they broke up in 1983. Don't know what he's up to now but he may be mentioned on their website http://www.thebeatuk.com

At some point in time, he played in Billy Ocean's band, so that may well be him on "When the Going Gets Tough"!  He's moved into film direction, directing a short feature on his son, Lester, whose drawings have been exhibited in the Tate Modern.  He's also done a film called "Red Years, Black Years" about events leading to the Spanish Civil War.  There's a review of "Lester's World" here (second review on the page):

http://www.bbc.co.uk/ouch/features/disfilmfest04/world_lester.shtml

Wesly Mcgoogan played brilliant sax on our track
"Wonderland"
www.myspace.com/emmasharpeandthefeatures

also
he play sax & lyricon on our track
"Im a millionaire"

alan
the Features
video of wesley mcgoogan on sax with
emma sharpe and the features
www.myspace.com/emmasharpeandthefeatures
http://www.youtube.com/watch?vXsaUFSVTdxk
video of wesley mcgoogan on sax with
wesley mc googan played sax on our track
"Wonderland" 1982
Emma Sharpe and the Features
www.myspace.com/emmasharpeandthefeatures.
com

also check out "I'm a millionaire" where he plays
sax and lyricon!


all the best alan hall
the Features
http://www.youtube.com/watch?vXsaUFSVTdxk&feature=channel_page
indie pop rock feat wesly mcgoogan
wesley mcgoogan lost his fingers in a tragic saw accident
wesley mc googan lost his fingers in a tragic accident with a saw. what a huge loss to the music world. paul.

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