George Neville, 1st Duke of Bedford (1461 – 4 May 1483) was an English nobleman, whose birth made him a candidate for the status of a great magnate; his failure to achieve this was largely a result of the political failure of his father and uncle. He was the son of John Neville, Earl of Northumberland (and later Marquess Montagu), a nephew of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick. George's mother was Isobel Ingoldsthorpe, only daughter and heiress of Sir Edmund Ingoldsthorpe and Joan Tiptoft.
Neville Dickie (born 1 January 1937 in Durham) is an English boogie-woogie and stride piano player. He has performed all over Europe and North America. After serving in the RAF, Dickie left Durham and moved to London, where he began playing piano for small wages in various pubs. It was only after Doreen Davies, who was head of BBC Radio 2, noticed him at a BBC audition that he took a notable stride in his musical career. He has played on hundreds of BBC Radio broadcasts.
Mike & George House Neville (Artist) Format: Vinyl.
Brian Johnson and Geordie. Compilation, 1981, MCA Records, Barclay, Red Bus Records. 1. Natural Born Loser. 2. Mercenary Man. 3. Goin' Down. 16. House of the Rising Sun. 17. So What. 18. Mama's Going to Take You Home. 20. Treat Her Like a Lady. 21. Rockin' with the Boys. A Band from Geordieland. Compilation, 1996, Repertoire Music.
Neville Dickie is one of the World’s finest exponents of Stride piano and Boogie Woogie. Equally respected in Britain and the United States of America, he is one of a rare breed of British musician who has managed to make a name for himself on both sides of the pond. Neville, and his wife Pat, also ran Sutton Jazz Club in Surrey, England, for 27 years, finally closing its doors at the Thomas Wall Centre in September 2016.
at one time common in popular speech across the country - this is now restricted to ritual counting, such as before playing a piece of music or when boxing referees count out time. origin unknown, common in the northern England and Scotland and in the extremely formal ceremonial voting system of The House of Commons.
Artist: Geordie Album: The Best Of Geordie Label: PRISM Leisure. Made in EU Catalog PLATCD 240 Style: Hard Rock Released: 1997 Format: FLAC (image . ue) Quality: lossless Covers: Comple. House of the Rising Sun (4:59) 03. Don't Do That (3:12) 04. Natural Born Losers (4:13) 05.
|A1||Grand Geordieland Mystery Tour|
|A2||Lord Derwentwater's Farewell|
|A3||The Keel Row|
|A4||Arpeggios Ad Hoc|
|B1||History Of The Geordies (Part Two)|
|B2||Cullercoat's Fish Lass|
|B6||Oh! Mr Porter|
- Producer – Roger Burgess
- Recorded By – David Wood
- Written-By – Roger Burgess, Scott Dobson
NotesFrom the Geordie Beuks by Scott Dobson
If ye want to knaa aboot Part One, ye'll have te buy wor forst record Larn Yersel' Geordie
Recorded by David Wood at Impulse Studios, Wallsend.
Dickie Irwin recorded at Coxlodge Social Club, Newcastle.
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