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Artist:Morecambe And Wise
Label:  Columbia
Country:UK
Catalogue:DB 8646
Date:12 Dec 1969
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
Community:3 Own, 2 Want
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerArrangerRating
AMorecambe And WiseBring Me SunshineSylvia Dee, Arthur KentWalter J. RidleyRichard HolmesRate
BMorecambe And WiseJust Around The CornerSinger, Von TilzerWalter J. RidleyRichard HolmesRate


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zabadak
20th Oct 2013
 Wicked - I'll check that out later...
 

 
Deltics
20th Oct 2013
 The Jive Aces
 

 
Henry29
20th Oct 2013
 Hi zabadak Is that the one which featured on a recent advert?

Yes this was on a add recently.

So was this version Not long ago too. H.

http://www.45cat.com/record/4470891
 

 
djgger
20th Oct 2013
 Not sure, the Jive Aces version is a jump jivin' rocking sound...for dancers who like to hit the timber and make the dance floor feel their leather...
 

 
zabadak
20th Oct 2013
 Is that the one which featured on a recent advert?
 

 
djgger
20th Oct 2013
 The Jive Aces have released an updated version of 'Bring Me Sunshine'. To all you rock'n'rollers out there (modern jive, ceroc, leroc, western swing, swing dancers and lindy hoppers too) they play live all over the UK (Europe and USA too). If they are playing in your area do not miss them. Typical cover charge is a paltry £10-20. In some venues you can dance to them playing. The pianist, Vince Hurley, in particular does a production number during their live performances and he can hold a candle to Jerry Lee Lewis. Look for the video on YouTube (the one in the cafe...). You will be pleasantly surprised.
 

 
zabadak
19th Oct 2013
 Weird!
 

 
sheepdip1234
19th Oct 2013
 What happened to the uploaded T-Shirt?
 

 
Whyperion
26th Jun 2012
 
 

 
Deltics
21st Apr 2012
 I can't see anything now!
 

 
zabadak
21st Apr 2012
 As you can see, it's a bit warped...
 

 
Deltics
21st Apr 2012
 Does the t-shirt play at 45 or 33?
 

 
zabadak
21st Apr 2012
 T-shirt uploaded
 

 
biffbampow
6th Nov 2011
 fabgear66

You're very welcome. :)
 

 
fabgear66
6th Nov 2011
 Two Ronnies, definitely Saturday night.
(Except for when it wasn't, of course)
 

 
Deltics
6th Nov 2011
 It's funny what memory can do to you, I always had it as Saturday night, maybe that was The Two Ronnies?
 

 
fabgear66
6th Nov 2011
 biffbampow

Thanks for that.
No restless sleep for me tonight after all that.

fabgear66
 

 
biffbampow
6th Nov 2011
 Having said that the ATV black & white series were definitely on a Saturday.
Weren't they?


Indeed they were. The first series went out on Thursday nights but the rest were Saturday nights.
 

 
fabgear66
6th Nov 2011
 I did think twice about saying Saturday night, as my main memories were Wednesday/Thursday, but thought no doubt the 45catters will put me right and indeed you did.

Anyway whatever night it was on the whole family did enjoy it.
Can't really see anything else that we would have been in agreement about on a Saturday night.

Having said that the ATV black & white series were definitely on a Saturday.
Weren't they?
 

 
biffbampow
6th Nov 2011
 Looking at transmission dates for the BBC shows reveals...

Series 1 (1968) - Monday nights
Series 2 (1969) - Sunday nights
Series 3 (1970) - Wednesday nights
Series 4 (1970) - Wednesday nights
Series 5 (1971) - Thursday nights (all these and above broadcast fortnightly)
Series 6 (1971) - Sunday nights (weekly)
Series 7 (1973) - Friday nights (weekly)
Series 8 (1974) - Friday nights (weekly)
Series 9 (1976) - Wednesday nights (mostly weekly)

So, there you have it. Morecambe and Wise's glory years with the BBC were never broadcast on Saturday nights! Seems the BBC tried every night except Tuesdays and Saturdays. Quite strange to deduce the days from transmission dates and seeing what nights they were shown on!
 

 
RadnaNotions
6th Nov 2011
 I remember Dick Emery as a weekday show too, though that may only have been later in his career. And: "#Rolf on Saturday, what do we say? OK!" I'm not sure what night that was on.
 

 
telegramsam
6th Nov 2011
 I think you're right there gdj - I am sure it wasn't aired on a Saturday night either. It wasn't unusual for big hitters like them to have shows aired during the week. Benny Hill's glory years shows always aired during the week on ITV, for example.
Mind you - I'd rather have the schedule you outlined on my TV of a saturday night than the utter drivel that's on it now . . . and most of those shows got ratings that today's stuff could barely dream of. Not that there was much else to divert a chappy in those days!
 

 
groovemaster.dj
6th Nov 2011
 I don't think they aired on a Saturday night on BBC 1
how would that have fitted in with

The Partridge Family
Wonderful world of Disney
Generation Game
It's Rolf
Dick Emery
Juilet Bravo
Mike Yarwood
Match Of the Day
Parkinson

close down

I think they were normally on an a Wednesday night on BBC 1 but I may have my mind playing tricks with me deffo wasn't Saturday's

They did not air on a Saturday night when they went to Thames as Thames was only Monday to Friday and LWT at weekends :)

 

 
davie gordon
6th Nov 2011
 Brenda Lee's version of "Bring Me Sunshine"
732491

and the earlier Willie Nelson version
47-9684
 

 
groovemaster.dj
6th Nov 2011
 I sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo agree

She's clearly singing all the right notes AND in the right order!

I still watch to see if the milk and tea will fall off the table
 

 
telegramsam
6th Nov 2011
 That Shirley Bassey sketch still makes me cry with laughter. So simple, yet such genius.
Great to see that again.
 

 
Maxonian
6th Nov 2011
 I think the tune's about 1966 or so. Earlier than you think.
 

 
fabgear66
6th Nov 2011
 Bring Me Sunshine

Had this played at the end of my mum's funeral.
Brought a smile to everyone's face.

Morecambe And Wise

Probably one of the few Saturday night tv programmes
that my parents liked, but I liked also.

Happy days indeed, even at a funeral
 

 
Deltics
6th Nov 2011
 Those were the days












 


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