THE most emotive moment of any Joe Brown show is that closing number, which he always dedicates to his brother-in-music, George Harrison.
After what is usually a fairly knockabout, if a musically deft knees-up, Joe simmers down for the evening to deliver a teary-eyed I'll See You In My Dreams, strummed gently on a ukulele.
It is nod, of course, to the Beatles guitar player's adoration for the uke and his allegiance to the George Formby fan club.
And now Joe goes the whole hog, releasing a full album of rock and roots tunes that George would wholeheartedly approve of.
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The Ukulele Album sees the spotlight fall on the under-appreciated instrument, set among electric guitar and lap steel.
The disc pinballs from covers of ELO, The Who, Motorhead, 10cc and Chas n Dave, with a little Formby in there too and the Evening Post has three copies of the disc to give away.
For your chance to win one, just answer the following question:
Which Beatle and Joe Brown friend was a member of the George Formby Appreciation Society?
Send your answers on a postcard to Joe Brown competition, Features Department, South Wales Evening Post, Adelaide Street, Swansea SA1 1QT.
The closing date is Friday, October 26 and the winners will be the first correct entries drawn at random.
Standard Evening Post competition rules apply — See competition rules at www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/houserules.