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Ken Woodman And His Piccadilly Brass - That's Nice download mp3 album
Performer:
Ken Woodman And His Piccadilly Brass
Album:
That's Nice
Released:
1966
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1472 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1649 mb
WMA vers. size:
1342 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ★
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578

Ken Woodman And His Piccadilly Brass ‎– That's Nice. Surprisingly good album from some of the best 60's easy listening and library writers in the UK. The album is ram-packed with plenty of groovy suspense tunes and some great uptempo big band/easy/pop jazz.

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Ken (Kenny) Woodman was a British composer and trumpeter. He was famous for the song "Town Talk", which was used as the theme song for Paul Kaye's shows on the pirate radio station Radio London, and later as the theme song for Jimmy Young on BBC Radio 2. He posthumously became famous for the song "Mexican Flyer", which was originally released on the Ken Woodman and his Picadilly Brass album.

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Ken Woodman's rare 1966 album was a peculiar combination of old-fashioned jazz, martial brass and drums, and Swinging London pop-jazz. A big arsenal was assembled to produce this slightly bombastic sound, including two saxes, two trombones, three trumpets, two guitars, drums, and bass, with Kenny Salmon's Hammond organ the instrument most responsible for giving it any pop/rock crossover feel it possessed. His own "Mexican Flyer" was the definite highlight, with a sinister and snazzy spy thriller bent, and some of that suspenseful atmosphere spilled over to the bluesier buildup in "Twelve by Tw. It was the far more determinedly peppy "Town Talk," however, that would become the most famous cut via its use as a theme on British radio, and that song did have some fairly uninhibited brass soloing and forceful Hammond organ.

Mexican Flyer was used as the theme song for Space Channel 5, and was included in the soundtrack of Samba de Amigo and Swing Girls. He was also music arranger for Shirley Bassey Tom Jones and famously for Sandie Shaw, where he Arranged and Conducted Puppet on a String at the Eurovision Song Contest. Kenny Woodman was a Musician in the Royal Marine Band, during WW2 and arranged a lot of their music in the early 50's before moving into the music business. References ^ "That's Nice by Ken Woodman & His Piccadilly Brass". MTV. Retrieved 2013-07-13. "Northern Lights - Retro/Active: Rez and Space Channel 5". 1U. om. Retrieved 2012-01-29.

Released on. That's Nice Album 1966. Request a synchronization license.

Tracklist

A1 To Whom It Concerns 2:35
A2 That's Nice 2:55
A3 Yesterday Man 2:50
A4 Mexican Flyer 2:35
A5 Take A Heart 3:30
A6 Town Talk 2:50
B1 Day Tripper 2:20
B2 Cheat And Lie 2:20
B3 Long Live Love 2:10
B4 Twelve By Two 3:45
B5 Soul Destroyer 2:40
B6 Take The 'A' Train 3:50

Notes

3F7UP 2005 / 3F7UP 2006

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SJHL 101 Ken Woodman And His Piccadilly Brass* That's Nice ‎(LP, Album) Strike SJHL 101 UK 1966
ZS 10164 Orchester Ken Woodman* Brass A Go Go ‎(LP, Album) Pop Schallplatten ZS 10164 Germany 1968
LDVS 17119 Orchester Ken Woodman* Dance To The Calypso Beat ‎(LP, Album) Vogue Schallplatten LDVS 17119 Germany 1966
JHL 101 Ken Woodman And His Piccadilly Brass* That's Nice ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Strike JHL 101 UK 1966
SIVS 6 Ken Woodman E La Sua Orchestra* Ken Woodman ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor SIVS 6 Italy 1966