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Ronnie Hunt said he was paid £ 6, and found the experience frustrating as Eric Spear insisted on many takes before obtaining the sound that he wanted.
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The identity of the trumpeter was not public knowledge until 1994, when jazz musician and journalist Ron Simmonds revealed that it was the Surrey musician Ronnie Hunt.
Hunt was dropped at the end of 1978 in favour of Lotus's Ronnie Peterson, but when Peterson was killed by a crash at the Italian Grand Prix, John Watson was signed instead.
The event saw highs, such as the only World Championship victory for BRM's H16 engine in 1966, and a 0. 6-second winning margin in 1973 for Ronnie Peterson over James Hunt.
Other players developed at Anfield were Jimmy Melia, Ronnie Moran, Alan A ' Court and future England internationals Gerry Byrne and Roger Hunt.
Hunt returned the next year to win the second Japanese Grand Prix, but a collision between Gilles Villeneuve and Ronnie Peterson during the race saw Villeneuve's Ferrari somersault into a restricted area, killing two spectators.
Through its long run it featured Eamonn Andrews, Max Bygraves, Leslie Crowther, Ed " Stewpot " Stewart, Joe Baker, Jack Douglas, The Balloon Man, Stu Francis, Peter Glaze, Don Maclean, Michael Aspel, Jacqueline Clarke, Rosko, Little and Large, Jan Hunt, The Krankies, Basil Brush, Geoffrey Durham, Bernie Clifton, Rod McLennan and Ronnie Corbett amongst many others.
's, Einstürzende Neubauten, the Johnny Burnette Rock and Roll Trio, Brian Eno, Marlene Dietrich, Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Xavier Cugat, Junior Kimbrough, Laura Dukes, Mud Boy and the Neutrons, Chris Spedding, Jimmy Reed, The Nightcrawlers, the Velvet Underground, Junior Parker, Othar Turner, Charlie Feathers, Howling Wolf, Mose Vinson, Van Zula Hunt, Cordell Jackson, Ronnie Hawkins, the Ventures, Scotty Moore, Elvis Presley, Skip James, Pat Hare, The Doors, R. L. Burnside, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Fahey, Joe Meek, Bobby " Blue " Bland, Gene Pitney, and Elmore James, among many others Falco has listed over the years.
Ronnie Peterson ended his first year with Lotus by taking his fourth win of the season, as a thrilling two-man battle ended with Peterson beating James Hunt to the flag by the smallest winning margin in USGP history at that time.
It had been one of the most frantic close seasons ever with only Ronnie Peterson, Denny Hulme, Carlos Reutemann and James Hunt remaining with their teams.
Mass, who had moved up to sixth, suddenly lost three places to Andretti, James Hunt, and Ronnie Peterson when he accidentally switched off his engine.
In qualifying, Mario Andretti took yet another pole ahead of James Hunt, with Ronnie Peterson's six-wheeled Tyrrell in third.
The cornet player Ronnie Hunt ( playing trumpet on the recording ) found the recording session frustrating, as Spear insisted on many takes before obtaining the sound that he wanted.
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James's alleged obsession with Barbara Windsor was such that it was said he returned to his home one day to find that all of the furniture had been rearranged, and on another occasion that her husband of the time, Ronnie Knight, had put an axe in his floor.
After Performing in Rio's Hollywood Rock Festival in April 1996, Supergrass met the infamous train robber Ronnie Biggs, and apparently said to him, " I was frightened for my life when I heard there was a supergrass in the area.
Wendy said on Dio's official site: " Today my heart is broken, Ronnie passed away at 7: 45am 16th May.
Ronnie Biggs's son has said publicly that his father expressed remorse for the robbery, but not for his life on the run.
" This will be so special for us, staging a reunion for such a wonderful and prestigious event ," said Ronnie Wood when the announcement of the concert was made.
Lymon's high-voiced sound is said to be a direct predecessor of the girl group sound, and the list of performers who name him as an influence include Michael Jackson, Ronnie Spector, Diana Ross, The Chantels, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Len Barry, and The Beach Boys, among others.
In the song Ronnie Dunn said " He's got an Eastwood grin and a too early swagger / Hollerin ' turn off that rap / And play me some Haggard ".
However, Ronnie denied this and said that the reason for the killing was because he gave him and Reggie threats.
Fordice said he would have quit his position of Governor while still in office, except that he didn't want to give the Democratic candidate, Lieutenant Governor Ronnie Musgrove, any spot-light time of running the state before the actual election.
I kept scooting around but couldn ’ t see around Ronnie, so I tapped him on the shoulder and said, " If you will just move an inch that way, I could see the show.
* In the BBC sitcom, One Foot in the Grave, Victor's oddball friends Ronnie and Mildred are said to live in Whitley Bay.
Many of the jokes revolved around his lack of height, with him delivering many of them himself: when Barker said that the next part " does suit Ronnie C. right down to the ground ", Corbett replied " Mind you, that's not far is it ?".
On Ronnie Barker's death on 3 October 2005, Ronnie Corbett is reported to have said that throughout their many years of association there was never an angry word between them.
Noting that the song was used by both a Republican and Democrat candidate, Brooks ( who wrote the song with Don Cook and Ronnie Rogers ) said that it was " very flattering to know our song crossed parties and potentially inspires all Americans.
At the end of a Jerry Lewis PSA Jingle, a voice said " That was Jerry Lewis for PSA, and this is Ronnie Schell.
Irish President Mary McAleese said Ronnie Drew had brought great pleasure to people at home and abroad and had re-energised and refreshened Ireland's unique musical heritage whilst the Irish Taoiseach Brian Cowen described him as " iconic ".
U2 singer Bono said: " Ronnie has left his earthly tour for one of the heavens ... they need him up there ... it's a little too quiet and pious.
At the end of Lynyrd Skynyrd's set, lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant said from the stage: “ If you don ’ t sign the Outlaws, you ’ re the dumbest music person I ’ ve ever met — and I know you ’ re not .”
Charles Mingus said of him in 1961: " Of the white boys, Ronnie Scott gets closer to the negro blues feeling, the way Zoot Sims does.
An EastEnders spokesperson said, " We do not comment on future storylines but we have always said Ronnie will do the right thing and Tommy will be reunited with Kat.
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* The origins of ` Pursuing Stacks ' This is an account of how ` Pursuing Stacks ' was written in response to a correspondence in English with Ronnie Brown and Tim Porter at Bangor, which continued until 1991.
NFL safety Ronnie Lott had the tip of his little finger removed after it was damaged in the 1985 NFL season.
" The Sign of the Southern Cross " is a song by Black Sabbath written in 1981 which was sung by Ronnie James Dio.
Like Hardcore Logo, the 2005 Canadian film The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico, about a country rock singer, was also done as a fake documentary with appearances by Kris Kristofferson, Ronnie Hawkins, Merle Haggard and Levon Helm playing themselves.
He was a Board Member for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, which is named after Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive back Ronnie Lott, and is awarded annually to college football's Defensive IMPACT Player of the Year.
Ronnie Ellenblum claims this view was influenced by French imperialism and colonialism ; if medieval French crusaders could integrate themselves into local society, then certainly modern French colonies in the Levant could thrive.
The Hollywood Vampires was also attended by Moon friends John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood.
" Forever Changes ," with colorful, iconic cover art by Bob Pepper and Ronnie Haran's equally iconic photograph of the band on the back cover, was a commercial failure upon its release in the United States in late 1967.
While the President was recuperating in the hospital after the 1981 assassination attempt, Nancy Reagan wrote in her diary, " Nothing can happen to my Ronnie.
Their outstanding defense was led by future Hall of Fame defensive back Ronnie Lott and linebacker Charles Haley, who led the NFC in sacks.
Third-down back Ronnie Harmon was also a big contributor, catching 58 passes for 615 yards and a touchdown.
Seay was the Chargers top receiver with 7 receptions for 75 yards, while Ronnie Harmon added 8 catches for 68.
The album contained ten original garage rock tracks, it was recorded in Perth early in 2007 at the analogue and vintage recording compound KingDom Studios and later mixed at Ultrasuede in Cincinnati by producer John Curley ( White Stripes, Afghan Wigs, Greenhornes and Ronnie Spector ).
The members of The Band gradually came together as a part of Toronto-based, rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins's backing group, the Hawks: Helm, an original Hawk who journeyed with Hawkins from Arkansas to Ontario, then Robertson who was told by Hawkin's ," You won't make much money but you'll get more pussy than Frank Sinatra ", Danko, Manuel and finally, Hudson.
Bell had played with Ronnie Hawkins after the departure of the original Hawks, and was best known from his days as a member of Janis Joplin's Full Tilt Boogie Band.
One of the other drivers involved was Ronnie Peterson, who, although his injuries were not in themselves life-threatening, died from an embolism the following day.
* Gerrard Street was home to Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, the 43 Club and the Dive Bar, under the Kings Head.