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The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers mp3 album

Had a look around youtube and did not see this classic clip.

A1a. Little Red Rooster. A1c. I Wouldn't Trade You For The World.

The Barron Knights The House Of Johann Strauss. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). The Barron Knights Peanut Butter. The Barron Knights Lazy Fat People.

Duke D’Mond was the lead singer of the pop parodists the Barron Knights. They scored their major successes with pastiches of popular hits on singles each of which had a particular theme such as conscription, the Olympics or Christmas. The single, recorded for EMI, went to No 3 and they had further Top 10 hits with Pop Go the Workers (1965) – this time using one of the two Beatles songs not published by James, Love Me Do – and Merry Gentle Pops (1965). Being an all-male group, part of the fun was parodying such female singers as Marianne Faithfull and Sandie Shaw. We were never parodying the music as we thought it was great, D’Mond told me in 1990. I felt at the time that we were living in a wonderfully creative time for music.

Barron Knights, The, Duke D'Mond - I Wouldn't Trade You For The World mp3. B. Barron Knights, The, Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers (Part 2) mp3. B1a. Barron Knights, The, Duke D'Mond - Girl Don't Come mp3. B1b. Barron Knights, The, Duke D'Mond - Walk Tall mp3. B1.

Singer whose group's top 10 hits brought parody to 1960s pop. Alan Clayson. The Barron Knights were formed by the guitarist Pete Langford and bass player Barron Antony as a straight pop group in 1959 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, and were a dependable draw on the ballroom circuit. They also rose to the challenge of residencies in German clubland as original compositions (mostly by Langford) were added to the repertoire. The album Night Gallery (1978), together with a subsequent string of minor chart entries, paved the way for a syndicated Channel 4 series in 1984. By then, the Knights' work spectrum had widened to South Africa, the far east, the US (where they reached the top 100 in 1983 with The Topical Song) and, especially, Australasia, where a 50,000 attendance for a show in Perth in 1983 was not untypical.

The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Call Up The Groups (Medley) ‎(Acetate, 7", Single). Performer: The Barron Knights Genre: Pop Album: The House Of Johann Strauss Released: 1964 Style: Vocal. The Barron Knights with Duke D'Mond - It Was A Very Good Year. Performer: The Barron Knights Genre: Pop Album: It Was A Very Good Year. The Barron Knights - The Barron Knights.

Duke D’Mond was the lead singer with the Barron Knights, whose humorous parodies of British pop groups from the Beatles to the Bachelors brought a broad smile to the charts during the 1960s. D’Mond sang with the group from their formation until 2005, when he was forced to retire for health reasons. D’Mond was born Richard Edward Palmer in 1943 in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.

The Barron Knights & Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers - 7" Record Single. The Barron Knights - Teach The World To Laugh - Vinyl Record LP Album - 1979. The Barron Knights - Night Gallery - Vinyl Record LP Album - EPC 83221 - 1978. The Barron Knights & Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers - 7" Record Single.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Pop Go The Workers
A1a Little Red Rooster
Written-By – Dixon*
A1b Baby Love
Written-By – Holland-Dozier-Holland
A1c I Wouldn't Trade You For The World
Written By – Smith-Kirk-TaylorWritten-By – Smith*, Taylor*, Kirk*
Pop Go The Workers
B1a Girl Don't Come
Written-By – Andrews*
B1b Walk Tall
Written-By – Wayne*
B1c Love Me Do
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
  • Published By – Jewel Music
  • Published By – Belinda (London)
  • Published By – One Four Two Music
  • Published By – Glissando Music
  • Published By – Shapiro Bernstein
  • Published By – Ardmore & Beechwood
  • Pressed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.

Notes

Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd.
Made in Gt. Britain
Sold in U.K. subject to resale price conditions, see price lists
℗ 1965

Side A:
Jewel Music, Belinda (Ldn.), 142 Music, BIEM, MECOLICO, NCB
New words to: Little Red Rooster, Baby Love, I Wouldn't Trade You For The World

Side B:
Glissando Mus, S Bernstein, Ardmore & Beechwood
New words to: Girl Don't Come, Walk Tall, Love Me Do

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: MECOLICO
  • Rights Society: NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 7XCA 28893
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 7XCA 28894
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): 7XCA 28893-1U MA KT 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): 7XCA 28894-1U RL KT 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): 7XCA 28893-1U RT KT 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): 7XCA 28894-1U RT KT 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DO-4568 The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers ‎(7", Single) Columbia DO-4568 Australia 1965
45-DSA 580 The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers ‎(7", Single) Columbia 45-DSA 580 Southern Rhodesia 1965
DNZ 10406 The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers ‎(7", Single) Columbia DNZ 10406 New Zealand 1965
DB 7525 The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers ‎(7", Single) Columbia DB 7525 Netherlands 1965
B 1621 The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers ‎(7", Single) Metronome B 1621 Denmark 1965


The Barron Knights With Duke D'Mond - Pop Go The Workers mp3 album
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Pop Go The Workers
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1812 mb
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1966 mb
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1190 mb
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Parody
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4.8
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