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Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones - Live at the Montague album

Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones  - Live at the Montague album Performer: Peter Hoyle
Title: Live at the Montague
Style: Comedy, Rhythm & Blues, Soul-Jazz
Date of release: 1971
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1730 mb
Size FLAC: 1293 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: MPC ADX MP3 AHX DTS ASF MP2

Peter Cook was a blind pianist singer based in London. It just so happened by the time he released his debut single with Joe Meek, the other Peter Cook - the comedian - had just begun to become nationally known in the wake of the success of the first series of "Not Only But Also. He changed his name to Peter London for the second disc but there would be confusion for many years with some believing this to be the comedian. It was also believed that it could had been Lennie Peters - later of Peters and Lee since like Cook/London, was blind too. Alias

Peter Cook was a blind pianist singer based in London.

View all records by Jimmy London for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. peter hoyle, peter london & jimmy jones live at the montague. Map - TMC LP 005 - 1971. Price : . 1 €. Format : LP.

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Peter Jones is a large department store in central London. It is owned by John Lewis Partnership and located in Sloane Square, Chelsea. The shop is named after Peter Rees Jones (1842–1905), the son of a Carmarthenshire hat manufacturer. After serving an apprenticeship with a draper in Cardigan he moved to London and established a small shop in Marylebone Lane. He then moved to central London, and in 1877 moved to 4–6 Kings Road the site of the present store

The Montague Arms was owned by Peter Hoyle from 1967, and managed by Stan and Bet Pownall who ran it until their deaths in 2012 Whilst in charge Hoyle regularly performed, along with Peter London, as The Two Petes. They covered popular rock and pop songs with London on keyboards and vocals and Hoyle on drums It once bore a sign reading 'Tourists Welcome, Coaches Welcome' as, before the launch of the Eurostar and availability of cheap flig.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Peter London Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
Written-By – Thompson*
A2 Peter London Allison Please
A3 Jimmy Jones Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast
Written-By – Stephens*
A4 Jimmy Jones Till
Written-By – Danvers*
A5 Peter London Air on a "G" String
Arranged By – London*Written-By – J.S. Bach*
B1 Jimmy Jones Climb Every Mountain
Written-By – Rodgers*
B2 Peter London Always
Written-By – Berlin*
B3 Peter London Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring
Arranged By – London*Written-By – J.S. Bach*
B4 Jimmy Jones 24 Hours from Tulsa
Written-By – Bacharach*
B5 Jimmy Jones Too Late Now
Written-By – King*
B6 Peter London * Goodbye

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – TMC Studios
  • Recorded At – The Montague Arms

Credits

  • Drums – Peter Hoyle
  • Engineer – Bernie Proctor, John Adam , Rick Norton
  • Engineer, Producer – Steve Vaughan
  • Organ, Piano, Vocals – Peter London
  • Sleeve Notes – Peter Latham
  • Vocals, MC [Comedian And Compere] – Jimmy Jones

Notes

B&W cover, label variant

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TMC LP 005 Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones - Live at the Montague ‎(LP, Album) Map TMC LP 005 UK 1971

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Peter London Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
Written-By – Thompson*
A2 Peter London Allison Please
A3 Jimmy Jones Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast
Written-By – Stephens*
A4 Jimmy Jones Till
Written-By – Danvers*
A5 Peter London Air on a "G" String
Arranged By – London*Written-By – J.S. Bach*
B1 Jimmy Jones Climb Every Mountain
Written-By – Rodgers*
B2 Peter London Always
Written-By – Berlin*
B3 Peter London Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring
Arranged By – London*Written-By – J.S. Bach*
B4 Jimmy Jones 24 Hours from Tulsa
Written-By – Bacharach*
B5 Jimmy Jones Too Late Now
Written-By – King*
B6 Peter London * Goodbye

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – TMC Studios
  • Recorded At – The Montague Arms

Credits

  • Drums – Peter Hoyle
  • Engineer – Bernie Proctor, John Adam , Rick Norton
  • Engineer, Producer – Steve Vaughan
  • Organ, Piano, Vocals – Peter London
  • Sleeve Notes – Peter Latham
  • Vocals, MC [Comedian And Compere] – Jimmy Jones

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TMC LP 005 Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones Peter Hoyle, Peter London , Jimmy Jones - Live at the Montague ‎(LP, Album) Map TMC LP 005 UK 1971