Watermarked image. Australia - Columbia - Denmark - Metronome - India - Columbia - Ireland - Columbia - Germany - Metronome - Netherlands - Columbia - New Zealand - Columbia - South Ackers Lacquer - Acker Bilk - Columbia - Germany - Polydor - Body Parts - 55 Tracks - List by cannyuk. My Friend Jack 15th Dec Mome Wrath 30th Aug Felonious 30th Aug Don't blame the drink for this nonsense.
Guinness decided that in the s, and wrote the history books Northside 22nd Jun I see it is 'tagged' as 'reaching No. Charlie Chalk 13th Jun Steel-River-Wet 10th Apr This record had been a steady seller for around a year enjoying 52 weeks on the charts and had not been deleted, and was still available up until from EMI. Mikey Dread 3rd Nov With respect to Graham 7,re-release demo labels with intact 4 prong push-out Brown Eyed Girl - Various - Kühlschrank Uptown uploaded.
Must have been a really strong seller over a long period of time judging by 3 different black label pressings. Arthur Nibble 14th Dec I really like this record, liquid honey for the ears. I read some where that Acker Bilk wrote this tune for his daughter. Graham7 22nd Jul Added demo labels from 30th June release which has same Cat but without I wasn't sure if this should be a new 45cat record, perhaps someone Ackers Lacquer - Acker Bilk knowing can advise.
An all time classic, this must have started Acker on his way to millions from "his clarinet and strings" although I don't suppose he though of it at the time! Acker Bilk commented recently that he gets fed up after playing Stranger on the shore for over fifty years. Bobzyeruncle 20th Dec My favourite instrumental from any era. EMI couldn't give a toss as been proved many times, simply pulling out tapes closest to them as opposed to digging into the archive and transferring anew.
As the recent 6 CD Hollies set proves, they'll simply pull out digital masters and use them again as opposed to remastering anew. Not good when one remembers how they used NoNoise a lot and screwed up various remasters so the mistakes get used again and again. It's sheer bone idleness. ColgatePing 26th Jun I now have three copies of this Who Knows - Zac Brown Band - Pass The Jar tune.