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The band played on most of its singles, including " I'm Into Something Good ", " Listen People ", " Can't You Hear My Heartbeat ", " Leaning on the Lamp Post ", " Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter ", " A Must to Avoid ", " You Won't Be Leaving ", and " I'm Henry VIII, I Am " ( the last said at the time to be " the fastest-selling song in history ").
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The one occasion where the band was introduced as " The Alan Parsons Project " in a live performance was at Night of the Proms 1990 ( at the time of the group's break-up ), featuring all Project regulars except Woolfson who was present but behind the scenes, while Parsons stayed at the mixer except during the last song, where he played acoustic guitar.
Famed anarchist-punk band Crass played their last live show for striking miners in Aberdare during the UK miners ' strike ( 1984-1985 ).
At the height of their popularity the band consisted of singer Jimmy Somerville backed by Steve Bronski and Larry Steinbachek, both of whom played keyboards and percussion.
The band played regularly on a Tulsa, Oklahoma radio station, and added Leon McAuliffe on steel guitar, pianist Al Stricklin, drummer Smokey Dacus, and a horn section that expanded the band's sound.
Wills added a trumpet to the band inadvertently when he hired Everet Stover as an announcer, not knowing that he had played with the New Orleans symphony and had directed the governor's band in Austin.
The band played in this style on their first four albums: Bathory ( 1984 ), The Return of the Darkness and Evil ( 1985 ), Under the Sign of the Black Mark ( 1987 ) and Blood Fire Death ( 1988 ).
Among his various musical credits, Mumy has recorded and written songs with America, toured with Shaun Cassidy, and played in Rick Springfield's band in the film, Hard to Hold.
During the summer of 1943 – 44, he played for tips at the Maxwell Street market in a band with Earl Hooker.
Love briefly played bass in Bjelland's group Babes In Toyland in 1987 before being ejected from the band.
In the summer of 2011, the band played at several festivals in Russia, and toured in Australia and Brazil in early 2012.
His bands have included Watt 4 ( 1980 ), in which he played keyboards and provided voice, Craig Charles and the Beat Burglars ( 1989 ), The Sons of Gordon Gekko ( 1989 ), where he wrote lyrics and also composed tunes for the band, and The Eye ( 2000 – 01 ), with whom he released the rock album " Giving You The Eye, Live at the Edinburgh Festival ".
On 17 March 2007 the band played a live show at their rehearsal studio in front of around fifty fans, friends and family.
In his teens, he played drums and sang back-up with a local band called The Teen Tones, which later went on to tour with such acts as Bobby Darin and Gene Vincent.
Due to the provocative name of the band, they sometimes played under pseudonyms, including " The DK's ", " The Sharks ", " The Creamsicles " and " The Pink Twinkies ".
The reference is to a lounge cover of the song, recorded by the band Nouvelle Vague, played during a scene in the Planet Terror segment of Grindhouse, although no rape takes place, and in fact the would-be rapist is killed by the would-be victim.
The band played under name " DK Kennedys " for a few concerts, but later reverted to " Dead Kennedys " permanently.
In addition, the band has played a reworked version of their song " MTV Get Off the Air ", re-titled " MP3 Get Off the Web ", with lyrics criticizing music piracy.
There were also underground discotheques in Nazi Germany patronized by anti-Nazi youth called the swing kids .. Jimmy Saville played records of big band music in dance halls in Leeds, England, during World War Two.
Arnaz, Jr. played the drums and, supported by the SNL band, Desi sang both " Babalu " and another favorite from his dance band days, " Cuban Pete "; the arrangements were similar to the ones used on I Love Lucy.
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Undismayed by this contretemps, a small band of the faithful gathered at Lauchli's home at 6:30 A.M. the next day, put on their uniforms, and headed for a farm several miles away.
WBAI, the listener-supported outlet on the frequency-modulation band, has decided to do what it can to correct this aural void.
The tempo of their arrangement was slowed to allow for the bagpipes, but it was based on Collins ': it began with a bagpipe solo introduction similar to her lone voice, then it was accompanied by the band of bagpipes and horns, whereas in her version she is backed up by a chorus.
It hit number 1 in the UK singles chart in April 1972, spending 24 weeks total on the charts, topped the RPM national singles chart in Canada for three weeks, and rose as high as number 11 in the U. S. It is also a controversial instrumental, as it combined pipes with a military band.
* The San Francisco-based band Om mentions Absalom in their song " Kapila's Theme " from their debut album Variations on a Theme.
They withdrew to Mercia, but, in January 878, made a sudden attack on Chippenham, a royal stronghold in which Alfred had been staying over Christmas, " and most of the people they killed, except the King Alfred, and he with a little band made his way by wood and swamp, and after Easter he made a fort at Athelney in the marshes of Somerset, and from that fort kept fighting against the foe ".
They entered in the accepted way, by climbing in through the kitchen window, to find Muddy Waters ' band sleeping on the kitchen floor.
While touring Scandinavia he first joined forces with guitarist and singer Peter Thorup, together forming the band New Church, who were one of the support bands at the Rolling Stones Free Concert in Hyde Park, London, on 5 July 1969.
The German metal band van Canto uses vocal noises to imitate guitars on covers of well-known rock and metal songs ( such as " Master of Puppets " by Metallica ) as well as original compositions.
Although they are generally classified as a cappella metal, the band also includes a drummer, and use amplifiers on some songs to distort the voice to sound more like a real guitar.
Urban Dance Squad was a Dutch rap rock band formed after what was originally intended as a one-time jam-session at a festival in Utrecht on December 20, 1986.
More recently, the horn section of Antibalas have been guest musicians on TV On The Radio's highly acclaimed 2008 album Dear Science, as well as on British band Foals ' 2008 album, Antidotes.
However, in 1908 with the Scottish and Irish unions refusing to be involved, the Anglo-Welsh side only sported red jerseys with a thick white band on their jerseys on tour to Australia and New Zealand.
During this period, the band teamed up with producer Mark Cunningham on the first-ever BBC Children In Need single, a cover of David Bowie's " Heroes ", released in 1986 under the name of The County Line.
Gothic metal band Paradise Lost also covered " Smalltown Boy " as a bonus track on the digi-pack version of the Symbol of Life album.
In May 2010, the band stated on their website that they were " back in the studio working on some new songs " and later revealed that they were " in the final stages of recording the album ".
It was recorded in her presence on October 21, 1958, at Decca's Pythian Temple, with Dick Jacob, Coral-Brunswick's new head of Artists and Repertoire, serving as both producer and conductor of the 18-piece orchestra, which included members of the New York Symphony Orchestra, NBC Television's house orchestra and Abraham " Boomie " Richman, formerly of Benny Goodman's band.
Queen Boadicea features in the opening lyrics of the song " The Good Old Days " written by Pete Doherty and Carl Barat for British rock band The Libertines from their 2002 album " Up the bracket ", the line reads, " If Queen Boadicea is long dead and gone, Still then the spirit in her children's children's children, it lives on ".