• cornershop The Battle of New Orleans, Extended Play (4-track CD, £3.15)

    label: Ample Play

    Houston Hash Houston Hash is the ultimate truck driving song, with a lighthearted description of the road as well as home life, or to put it another way, trucks and cooking. The track was produced in cooperation with the United Association of Songleading Staff and was regularly used for instruction at all Devon and Cornwall Songleading Summer Camps. It is recommended that you check with your Band Director before ordering music arrangements. Soul School, School Dinners Mix: The usual Soul School with an added dress-down Friday funk from Cambridge, Massachusetts…with more bits from Manchester and Liverpool to drive it home. The Battle Of New Orleans: Just before he passed away John Peel asked his favourite groups to record a Lonnie Donegan track for him to play across his Christmas/New Year Special shows. He took this song high in the charts, and it also hit the number one spot in the US in 1959 performed by Johnny Horton. The track is loved for its attitude, spirit and for the fact that it was one of the earliest country tracks to top the charts. Lynndie England: As the old reggae spirituals said "love is lovely and war is very, very ugly" and this contemplates the end of all wars including New Orleans to more modern expeditions.


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