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Wilson played and sang on much of the 1971 Surf's Up album and wrote or co-wrote four of the album's ten songs, including the title track, which was a Carl Wilson-produced rerecording of the legendary 1966 SMiLE track.
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Notable performers there included among others: Pearl Bailey, Count Basie, Nat King Cole, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Coleman Hawkins, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Burl Ives, Leadbelly, Anita O ' Day, Charlie Parker, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Paul Robeson, Kay Starr, Art Tatum, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Josh White, Teddy Wilson, Lester Young, and The Weavers, who also in Christmas 1949, played at the Village Vanguard.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson chose " Jump Around " as his official theme song, played whenever he enters a game.
In February 2010, she played Madame Armfeldt in A Little Night Music at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, which also featured Greta Scacchi and Lambert Wilson.
The series features the exploits of Victor Meldrew, played by Richard Wilson, and his long-suffering wife, Margaret, played by Annette Crosbie, in their battle against the trials of modern life.
This was also played upon when Wilson made a guest appearance on the comedy TV quiz show Shooting Stars, in which Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer purposefully misquoted his catchphrase by referring to him as " Richard ' I don't believe you ' Wilson ".
Like Alan Wilson, Duane Allman played a key role in bringing slide guitar into rock music, through his work with The Allman Brothers Band, specifically on the 1971 live album At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos ' Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs album.
In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson ordered that " The Star-Spangled Banner " be played at military and other appropriate occasions.
Unable to cycle around Washington, D. C. as President, Wilson took to playing golf, although he played with more enthusiasm than skill.
The album ( released on Gigitone Records ) was produced by Jeffrey Foskett, who has worked extensively with Brian Wilson and played on Wilson ’ s 2004 Grammy-winning version of SMiLE.
New characters Jim ' Kimo ' Carew ( played by William Smith ), Lori Wilson ( played by Sharon Farrell ), and Truck ( played by Moe Keale ) were introduced in season 12 alongside returning regular character Duke Lukela.
( 1963 ; a musical satire on World War I played in Pierrot costumes ); Wilson, Ronald Smith: Harlequin, Pierrot & Co. ( 1976 ).
* The Lavender List ( 2006 ), played by Kenneth Cranham – a BBC Four fictionalised account by Francis Wheen of the Wilson Government of 1974 – 76, with Gina McKee as Marcia Williams and Celia Imrie as Wilson's wife.
* The Plot Against Harold Wilson ( 2006 ), played by James Bolam – aired on BBC Two on Thursday 16 March.
During the casting process, they had envisioned Trey Wilson ( who played Nathan Arizona in their previous film Raising Arizona ) as gangster boss Leo O ' Bannon, but two days before the first day of principal photography he died from a brain hemorrhage.
Among its many recent initiatives, The Genome Center at Washington University ( directed by Richard K. Wilson ) played a leadership role in the Human Genome Project, having contributed 25 % of the finished sequence.
Scatman Crothers portrayed Louie Wilson, Ed's friend and garbage man ; Bonnie Boland played Mabel, the mail lady ; Isaac Ruiz portrayed Mando, Chico's friend ; and Ronny Graham played Rev.
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Julie Wilson, a vigorous vocalist without many wild twists, sang a set, a large part of which consisted of such seldom heard old oldies as `` Hard-Hearted Hannah, The Vamp Of Savannah '', and the delightful `` Sunday ''.
Braithwaite performed " All My Friends Are Getting Married " with the band whilst Wilson sang the rare Skyhooks track " Warm Wind in the City ".
According to Burke, Pickett gave the song to him on a tour bus: " Wilson sang the song for me in a bus on a tour.
In June 1996 Burke performed at the Avery Fisher Hall, on the same bill as Wilson Pickett, with whom he sang their 1961 hit, " If You Need Me " as the finale.
Burke's career was revived with the July 23, 2002 release of Don't Give Up on Me on Fat Possum Records and produced by Joe Henry, where he sang songs written specifically for the album by various leading recording artists, including Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Van Morrison, Elvis Costello and Tom Waits.
" In 1997, Williams sang a duet with Nancy Wilson during the opening show of the San Francisco Jazz Festival, singing the song " You're Too Good to Be True.
While signed to local Lupine Records, Diana Ross and Mary Wilson sang lead on the group's only 45 on that label, " Tears of Sorrow "/" Pretty Baby " though Ballard added a soprano whoop at the beginning of the latter track.
In 2005, the remaining members reunited for a benefit concert for victims of the December 26, 2004 tsunami, with several vocalists filling in for Staley, including Patrick Lachman from Damageplan, Phil Anselmo of Pantera and Down fame, Wes Scantlin from Puddle of Mudd, Maynard James Keenan from Tool ( a friend of Staley's ), and Ann Wilson from Heart, who had previously worked with Alice in Chains when she sang on the Sap EP ( performing backing vocals on the songs " Brother " and " Am I Inside ").
On the band's 2008 Troublemaker Tour, he sang " Perfect Situation " and " My Name is Jonas ," which he sings in a three-way lead vocal second, with Patrick Wilson and Rivers Cuomo singing lead vocals first and last respectively.
She also sang a duet with Ann Wilson on the Heart singer's solo album Hope & Glory covering the Lucinda Williams song " Jackson ".
As the 1950s progressed Marks sang and played music with the Wilson family at their Sunday night singalongs.
A lifelong fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, Wilson sang the national anthem in Game 4 of the 2004 World Series at Busch Stadium.
Gretchen Wilson sang the National Anthem ( blended with a voice-over of the Pledge of Allegiance ) to a national audience at the Republican National Convention on September 3, 2008, later describing this as a " once-in-a-lifetime " experience at an " historic moment ".
Decca issued a 10-inch LP featuring Merman singing some of her songs, accompanied by arranger-conductor Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra and Chorus, with vocalizing by Dick Haymes ( who joined Merman in the show's biggest hit, " You're Just in Love ", their single reaching Billboard magazine's number 30 for a week ) and Eileen Wilson ( who sang " It's a Lovely Day Today " with Haymes ).
Closer to home, Wilson was active in the organization and maintenance of Children's Progressive Lyceums, the Spiritualist church equivalent to Sunday Schools ; she organized Christmas celebrations ; she participated in skits and playlets ; and at meetings she sometime sang as part of a quartet.
They eventually sang in 49 of the 50 United States, with acts like Roy Orbison, The Righteous Brothers, Ike and Tina Turner, Dionne Warwick, The Shirelles, The Dick Clark Caravan of Stars, Murray the K ’ s Brooklyn Paramount Theatre review, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Kingsmen, Patti La Belle, The Crystals, The Drifters, Ben E. King, Jan and Dean, the Miracles, The Dovells, Johnny Tillotson, Jackie Wilson, Sonny and Cher and numerous other singers.
Wilson in turn got the Contours a second audition with Gordy, at which they sang the same songs they had at the first audition, the same way, and were signed to a seven-year contract.
Wilson can be seen playing guitar for Weezer when they play acoustic versions of songs on tour ; during the Foozer tour, Wilson played lead guitar and sang for the song " Photograph ," which was always followed by him leading a cover of Blur's " Song 2.
Wilson also sang lead vocals on Red Album b-sides " Life's What You Make It " ( a Talk Talk cover ), a cover of " Love My Way " by The Psychedelic Furs, and lead vocals in parts of Weezer's cover of Gary Numan's " Are ' Friends ' Electric ?," which he had sung live with Weezer in 2005.