Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh mp3 album
Norman Shelley is "Pooh". Has a 5½ d. Melolico stamp which dates this release to around 1963. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 label): . 800. Matrix, Runout (Side 2 label): . 801. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
David Joseph Shelley (November 23, 1957 – August 10, 2015) was an American blues rock musician who performed with Cher and released two critically acclaimed albums, That's My Train (2012) and Trick Bag (2013). David Shelley was born November 23, 1957 in Santa Monica, California.
Hums set by H Fraser Simpson and music played by David Davis. A Bowler Hat Production produced by Argo and the Decca Record Company Ltd. Six sides on 3 Cassettes Chapters 1-10. Norman Shelley started his long association with the BBC Radio in 1933. He created Winnie the Pooh on air for BBC's Children's Hour and for many years played the Magician in Toytown the well-known children's TV series.
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The Hums of Pooh Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Hums of Pooh from your list? The Hums of Pooh.
A 50th birthday tribute to Winnie-the-Pooh, A A Milne's 'bear of little brain', originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 15 October 1976. Written by BRIAN SIBLEY and presented by PETER BULL with NORMAN SHELLEY and ANTONY MIALL, the programme was produced by JOHN TYDEMAN.
Pooh is also a talented poet and the stories are frequently punctuated by his poems and "hums". Although he is humble about his slow-wittedness, he is comfortable with his creative gifts. When Owl's house blows down in a windstorm, trapping Pooh, Piglet and Owl inside, Pooh encourages Piglet (the only one small enough to do so) to escape and rescue them all by promising that "a respectful Pooh song" will be written about Piglet's feat. In the 1990s, the stories were dramatised for audio by David Benedictus, with music composed, directed and played by John Gould Radio.
Norman Shelley, Actor: Wuthering Heights. Norman Shelley was born on February 16, 1903 in Chelsea, London, England. He was an actor, known for Wuthering Heights (1967), The Railway Children (1957) and Madame Bovary (1964). He was married to Monica Brett. He died on August 22, 1980 in London. Amongst his many memorable roles on BBC Radio were Winnie-the-Pooh in the "Children's Hour" adaptations of the . Milne stories, "Toytown"'s Dennis the Dachshund, and Gandalf and Tom Bombadil in the 1955-6 "Lord of the Rings" adaptation.
David Davis MP, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia. Member for Southern Metropolitan Region Authorised by David Davis MP 670 Chapel St South Yarra. Member for Southern Metropolitan Region. Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council.
|A-1||Sing Ho! For The Life Of A Bear|
|A-2||I Could Spend A Happy Morning|
|A-3||It's Very Very Funny|
|A-4||Lines Written By A Bear Of Very Little Brain|
|B-1||They All Went Off To Discover The Pole|
|B-2||The More It Snows|
|B-3||Three Cheers For Pooh|
- Record Company – The World Record Club Limited – R 4
NotesNorman Shelley is "Pooh".
Has a 5½ d. Melolico stamp which dates this release to around 1963.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): W.5800
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): W.5801
|R 4||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||R 4||Australia||1957|
|R 4||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club, RE)||World Record Club||R 4||Australia||1966|
|2361||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club, RE)||World Record Club||2361||Australia||1968|
|ZCG 51||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club)||Children's Record Guild Of New Zealand, World Record Club||ZCG 51||New Zealand||Unknown|