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The door of Les Cousins, the famous basement folk club at 49 Greek Street.

The door of Les Cousins, the famous basement folk club at 49 Greek Street.

A 12-second clip of Jackson C. Frank performing "Just Like Anything" at Les Cousins folk club, Soho, London, in 1965.

A 12-second clip of Jackson C. Frank performing "Just Like Anything" at Les Cousins folk club, Soho, London, in 1965.

The Crab Tree Club, opened in Greek Street, London in 1914 and was frequented by artists and bohemians, many of whom dressed in clothes imitating street costers of the period, known as the 'Slade Coster Gang'. The club was founded by Lord Howard de Walden, William Marchant (director of the Goupil Gallery) and the artist Augustus John.

The Crab Tree Club, opened in Greek Street, London in 1914 and was frequented by artists and bohemians, many of whom dressed in clothes imitating street costers of the period, known as the 'Slade Coster Gang'. The club was founded by Lord Howard de Walden, William Marchant (director of the Goupil Gallery) and the artist Augustus John.

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