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Jim McNaught - Live At The Beefeater Arms mp3 album

  • Performer: Jim McNaught
  • Title: Live At The Beefeater Arms
  • Genre: Pop
  • Formats: MMF DTS DXD MP3 AC3 MP4 ADX
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Vocal
  • MP3 album: 1793 mb
  • FLAC album: 1273 mb
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Jim McNaught - Live At The Beefeater Arms mp3 album

Artist: Jim McNaught. Album: Live At The Beefeater Arms. Jim McNaught - Get Happy Medley: When You're Smiling, Happy Go Lucky Me, Zip-A-De-Doo-Dah Live At The Beefeater Arms, 1970 02:54. Jim McNaught - You're The Reason Meet Jim McNaught, 1964 02:45. Artist: Jim McNaught.

Live At The Beefeater Arms - Try A Little Kindness, Send Her Roses, Portrait Of My Love and 18 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist.

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Is the life of a Beefeater for you? Meet the Tower of London's Yeomen Warders and learn about the first female Beefeater to grace the Tower. The first female Yeoman Warder began her stint at the Tower of London in 2007 – breaking over 500 years of male-only Beefeater history! Moira Cameron passed all the tests and is now the only woman Beefeater in a group of 37!

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Jim Hall was an American jazz guitarist, composer, and arranger. His discography consists of 39 studio albums, 10 live albums, 1 EP, 1 single, 10 videos, and 22 compilations, all released between 1957 and 2016. In addition, he was a sideman on numerous albums by other artists. 1957: Jazz Guitar (Pacific Jazz) reissued in 1964 with overdubbed drums as The Winner! (Fontana).

The guards at the Tower of London are called Yeoman Warders. In principle they are responsible for looking after any prisoners at the Tower and safeguarding the British crown jewels, but in practice they act as tour guides and are a tourist attraction in their own right. There are twelve Yeomen Warders. Their nickname is Beefeater. Where does the name Beefeater originate from? The name Beefeaters is often thought to come from the French word - 'buffetier'.

Beefeater’ eventually became a term used to distinguish between the Body Guard at the Tower of London, and the Royal Bodyguards working in other locations. Yeomen Warders have been in service at the Tower of London since 1485, when the corps was formed by King Henry VII, although their origins date back even further. Traditionally Beefeaters had been men.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Try A Little Kindness
Written-By – Austin*, Curt Sapaugh
A2 Send Her Roses
Written-By – Note*
A3 Portrait Of My Love
Written-By – Ornadel*, West*
Get Happy Medley
A4.1 When You're Smiling
Written-By – Hay*, Goodwin*, Fisher*
A4.2 Happy Go Lucky Me
Written By – Murray-Goodhart-Hoffman
A4.3 Zippy De Do Dah
Written-By – Gilbert*
Country And Western Jim
A5.1 Oh Lonesome Me
Written-By – Gibson*
A5.2 Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Written-By – Monroe*
A5.3 Bye Bye Love
Written-By – F & B Bryant*
Rock 'N Roll Medley
B1.1 Shake Rattle And Roll
Written-By – Haley*
B1.2 Hound Dog
Written By – York
B1.3 Whole Lotta Shakin'
Written-By – Williams*, David*
B2 I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Written-By – Bacharach/David*
B3 Born Free
Written-By – Black*, Barry*
B4 Hammer And Nails
Written-By – Peters*
B5 Long Tall Texan
Written-By – Strezlecki*
B6 (Reprise) Try A Little Kindness
Written-By – Austin*, Curt Sapaugh

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
  • Published By – Connolly
  • Published By – Southern Music Sydney
  • Published By – J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
  • Published By – Acuff-Rose
  • Published By – Castle Music
  • Published By – Essex Music
  • Published By – Belinda Music
  • Published By – Robert Mellin Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Screen Gems-Columbia
  • Published By – K/A

Credits

  • Baritone Saxophone – Gary Girvan
  • Bass – Kevin Watson
  • Drums – Dave Fraser
  • Engineer – Peter Hitchcock
  • Guitar – Bruce 'Phantom' Robinson*
  • Harmonica – Clive Taylor
  • Music Director, Arranged By – Garth Young
  • Piano – Terry Crayford
  • Producer – Peter Dawkins
  • Tenor Saxophone – Don Richardson , Hymie Levine
  • Trombone – Maurice Dunne
  • Trumpet – Fuzzy McKinnon, Mike Gibbs

Notes

No release year on album - information taken from John K. Smith's discography of NZ music, "Just For The Record"

A1 & B6 are credited to Curt-Sapaugh-Austin implying that they are three people instead of two.
A4.1 is incorrectly listed as "When Your Smiling" on sleeve but is correct on label.
B1.1 is credited on the album to Bill Haley but was actually written by Charles Calhoun
B1.2 is credited to 'York' but was written by Leiber & Stoller

Publishing:
Castle: A1, B6
Connelly: A2
Essex: A3
Albert: A4.1, A4.2, A4.3, B1.1, B5
Acuff-Ross: A5.1,A5.3
Southern: A5.2
Belinda: B1.2, B.2
Mellin: B1.3
Screen Gems: B3
K/A: B.4

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Label Side A): 2YAN 419
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Label Side B): 2YAN 420


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