Digits McPhee – Digits Mcphee Plays Honky Tonk Piano (1966/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Digits McPhee - Digits Mcphee Plays Honky Tonk Piano (1966/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Digits McPhee
Album: Digits Mcphee Plays Honky Tonk Piano
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 1966/2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 31:13
Total Tracks: 7
Total Size: 517 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 1: Widdicombe Fair / Bow Bells / The Bells of Aberdovery / The Noble Duke of New York / Sammy Hall / Bluebells of Scotland / Farmers Boy / She was poor but she was honest (05:06)
1-2. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 2: Anema e core / La Paloma / Frere Jacques / Serenata / Swing low sweet Chariot (05:07)
1-3. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 3: Black eyes / Volga Boatman / Ilkley Moor / One man went mow / American Dance / Cockles and Mussels / Turkey in the straw (04:55)
1-4. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 4: Villikins and his Dinah / Oh dear what can the matter be? / Banks and Braes / David of the White rock / Allan water (04:12)
1-5. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 5: Golden Slippers / Frankie and Johnny / Jingle Bells / Can Can (04:42)
1-6. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 6: Drink to me only / Believe me if all those / The blackbird (02:56)
1-7. Digits McPhee – Medley No. 7: Clementine / Dear Little Shamrock / Ash Grove (04:12)

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DIGITS MCPHEE Honky Tonkin’ (1963 UK 7″ vinyl EP featuring two medleys packed with Pub singalong tunes. Pubs were those places where people used to go in the olden days before the smoking ban to drink & relax. It stood for public house. Think ofthis as an early prototype of the Chas ‘n’ Dave Experience & you won’t go far wrong, great front laminated picture sleeve with full tracklisting on the back but the lyrics you will need to find yourself ARC34).

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