Do The Trouser Press - Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band* - The Complete BBC Recordings

Label: Strange Fruit - SFRSCD108 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Novelty, Parody
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10 thoughts on “ Do The Trouser Press - Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band* - The Complete BBC Recordings

  1. Aragrel
    Unpeeled is a compilation of sessions recorded by The Bonzo Dog Band for the John Peel show on the BBC during the sixties and seventies. Track listing [ edit ] "Do the Trouser Press" (Roger Ruskin Spear Genre: Comedy rock.
  2. Malagis
    Trouser Press Lyrics: One-two-three kick / Come on everybody, clap your hands. Ooooh. You're looking good / A you having a good time. I sure am / Do you like soul music . / No / Well / Do the.
  3. Tushura
    May 20,  · The only thing I want to point out is that this simply isn't "The Complete BBC Recordings". Many songs were recorded two or three times and clearly absent from this collection are the two parts of The Brain Opera and The Craig Torso Xmas Show (this latter number is available on the EMI re-issue of "Tadpoles").4/4(7).
  4. Kegis
    The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, as it was originally called, was founded in by art students Vivian Stanshall and Rodney Slater. It began as a trad jazz band but soon became more of a combination of trad, s sweet music and novelty songs, and visual humour, in the parodic style of the Temperance Seven (who had enjoyed UK chart success at the start of the s) and the Alberts, a band led by .
  5. Arashimuro
    That human impossibility is one of the reasons why the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, which had as many as nine instrumental absurdists in its lineup, remains so clearly outstanding in its field — and so impossible to categorize.
  6. Mikale
    Jan 06,  · In , & the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band recorded no less than 13 sessions for Radio 1. Seven for Top Gear, two for Saturday Club, Two for Symmonds on Sunday, one for Dave Lee Travis & one for Radio 1 Club.5/5(2).

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