You people are all so young, but that's a good sign as the people who were around for the advent of EAP are coming to the end of their natural, and we're going to need new fans to carry the torch on. I was born three years to the day after Harry Webb, touted as the English EAP in 1958 [find out for yourself].
Born and bred in NE England, but been living in Bangkok since 1970, so didn't get much EAP stuff pre-internet, but one thing I do remember is hearing, and quickly taping, our boy singing Tomorrow is a Long Time on the local radio. Now with the internet we can find pretty much all the EAP stuff we want, and we can even chat about him on boards like this.
Hope I'll be able to contribute something useful to the board, but I'll have to find my way around first.
Anyhow, thanks for letting me in.