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TEMPERANCE SEVEN Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD)

Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD)

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weight in Kg 0,100


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TEMPERANCE SEVEN: Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD)

(2001/LAKE) 25 tracks


TEMPERANCE SEVEN - Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD) Medium 1
1: Dreamaway Romance  
2: Running Wild  
3: The Mooche  
4: The Shake  
5: Bye Bye Baby  
6: Seven & Eleven  
7: Aint She Sweet  
8: China Boy  
9: Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue?  
10: I Want To Be Happy  
11: Deep Henderson  
12: Grace & Beauty  
13: Sugar  
14: Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie  
15: Alexander's Record Breaking Band  
16: My Sweetie Went Away  
17: Pleasant Moments  
18: Sugar  
19: Ukulele Lady  
20: You Took Advantage Of Me  
21: My Sweet Tooth Says I Wanna  
22: Thanks For Melody  
23: Easy Money  
24: Letkiss  
25: Tajkaedi  


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  • Albumtitel: Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Jazz

  • Title Parlophone Recordings 1962-1965 Vol.2 (CD)
  • Release date 2001
  • Label LAKE

  • SubGenre Jazz - General

  • EAN: 5017116514821

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Temperance Seven, The"

The Temperance Seven

The Temperance Seven — there were actually nine of them —were a tongue-in-the-cheek attempt to recreate Twenties white dance band music. Often lumped in with the trad scene, the Seven were camp nostalgia rather than jazz.

The Seven were formed in 1955 and settled down with a line-up of Captain Cephas Howard (trumpet, euphonium); Alan Swainston Cooper (soprano sax, clarinets, phonofiddle and Swanee whistle); Sheik Haroun Wadi el John R. T. Davies (trombone, alto-sax, trumpet); Ray Whittam (replacing Phillip Harrison on bass and tenor sax and clarinet); Dr John Gieves Watson (banjo, spoons); Martin Fry (sousa-phone); Brian limes (percussion); Clifford de Bevan (replac-ing Colin Bowles on piano); and Whispering Paul McDowell (vocals). They had two British Top Ten hits in 1961 with `You're Driving Me Crazy' — a NO. 1 — and 'Pasadena', which came complete with a series of false endings.

When they disbanded, McDowell had a try at being a satirist — very fashionable then. They re-formed in the early Seventies with Ted Wood, older brother of the Faces' guitarist, as the vocalist.

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