Gregory Isaacs - Kingston 14, Denham Town. The Coronets - Strumming On The Old Banjo. John Hanson & Doreen Hume With The Embassy Chorus And Orchestra Conducted By Johnny Gregory - Vocal Gems From The Show And The Films "The King And I" & Oklahoma. Pop, Stage & Screen. Debroy Somers Band - The Toy-Town Artillery, In Old Vienna. Don Duke And Bobby Stevens Accompanied by The Happy Knights Jazz Band - Back To The Twenties.
Alex Mendham and His Orchestra are a British dance band, led by Alex Mendham, that performs and records music from the 1920s and 1930s. They perform concerts internationally. The orchestra held a long standing residency at the Savoy Hotel in London. Their debut album, Whistling in the Dark, was released in January 2013, followed by a second album, Jazznocracy, in December 2015. In 2017 they released On with the Show, their third studio album.
Sir Douglas Ralph Nicholls, KCVO OBE (9 December 1906 – 4 June 1988) was a prominent Aboriginal Australian from the Yorta Yorta people. He was a professional athlete, Churches of Christ pastor and church planter, ceremonial officer and a pioneering campaigner for reconciliation.
John Charles Gregory (born 11 May 1954) is an English former footballer. He is currently the head coach of Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League. He has previously managed: Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle, Wycombe Wanderers, Aston Villa, Derby County, Queens Park Rangers, Maccabi Ahi Nazareth, . Ashdod, FC Kairat and Crawley Town. As a player, he was a versatile midfielder who started his career at Northampton Town and later played for Brighton & Hove Albion, QPR, Derby and Aston Villa.
Beverly Campion, Jack Baverstock, John Gregory. Main genre: Soundtrack. Tags: Big Band, Stage & Screen, Contemporary Jazz. Was sampled in 1 song. Multiple Elements Electronic, Dance. The Snow by Audio Bullys (2003). Is a cover of 1 song. by Rhythm Heritage (1975).
Album · 2013 · 24 Songs. More By Doc Severinsen and His Orchestra. See All. Tempestuous Trumpet (Stereo Version). Tempestuous Trumpet (Mono Version).
Alma Cogan was Britain's most successful female recording artist of the 1950's. Born in London in 1932, her early recordings were mainly ballads, in the style of Anne Shelton. But by 1954, this was to all change. Her first major hit was "Bell Bottom Blues", and she scored her only number one in Britain with "Dreamboat" in 1956. Novelty songs were extremely popular at the time, and Alma recorded a number of these, including "I Can't Tell A Waltz From A Tango", "Twenty Tiny Fingers" and "Never Do A Tango With An Eskimo".