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Aintree Iron: The Autobiography of Fred and Mercy Rimell

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In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scaffold reworked "Thank U Very Much" using the original backing track and released it as a single in aid of the frontline healthcare workers, with the money raised going to the NHS Charities Together. I am sure that generations of dockers were indeed moved to give grateful thanks to the Aintree Iron company.

I mean, the jargon is all different - "British North tallies five rounders against Papua New Guinea with a key turn-about on a wide potted plant. Thank U Very Much" is a song by Liverpudlian comedy trio the Scaffold, released as a single in November 1967.

These were taken down to supply the munitions factories during World War Two, as were all the railings around the Aintree, Fazakerley, Walton, Bootle and other areas. By sharing the technology that has grown World of Books Group into the business it is today, we're helping charities increase revenue and reduce waste through re-commerce. He's mentioned in the song, but subliminaly rather than directly by name, because if he had found out they were singing about him, he'd have gone nuts and battered the lot of them. Our kid was in-between Wings and I’d finished Scaffold and GRIMMS and he said, ‘Have you got enough stuff? In addition to the hit singles, The Scaffold's output included four albums: The Scaffold on Parlophone in 1968, L.

Three additional compilations of the band's Parlophone tracks have since been released (two of which also include the Warner Bros. Tracks which were first released from 1973 onward show the artist as Scaffold (rather than The Scaffold). We give people around the world the opportunity to contribute to the circular economy, earn money and protect the planet, by trading their unwanted books and media. com had supplied me with “music that is related to” the Bonzo Dog Band, and thus I was presented with the insane catchiness of the Scaffold. I said, ‘No, I’m working with this new group: it’s comedy, it’s satire, it’s poetic word imagery… And there’s a singer in the family, he’s doing rather well; have you not noticed, Brian?When the song came out we couldn't understand why The Scaffold made reference to it but we never considered it to be anything else. doesn't inspire much confidence, does it, a song which includes the words "fortune's always hiding, I've looked everywhere"? The new album again featured most of the musical performers from Grimms and as such, like the earlier McGough And McGear album, it relied less heavily than usual on purely spoken-word material. The blog for the cult Manhattan cable-access TV show that offers viewers the best in "everything from high art to low trash. Funny, thoughtful and always entertaining, McGear has been part of my life since I used to watch him on TV with Jon Gorman and Roger McGough on The Scaffold’s telly show (all together now: “Is everybody happy?

The group also composed and sang the theme tune to the popular BBC TV comedy The Liver Birds, which aired from 1969–1978.I don't think I could make a Dairylea sandwich last more than a few seconds, even if I concentrated really hard. I think in the end the conclusion was that the lyric was a bit of nonsense, as no local people had ever heard the phrase before the song was released. To get you in the mood, a few awful things about Liverpool which you should think about (even if you don't know about them) to send their team negative vibes. The ad that flashed up at the top of the page of the lyrics by The Scaffold asked ‘Need to hire scaffolding?

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