Wally Pikal (Pickle) Band - Behind The Swinging Doors / Jenny Lind Polka download mp3 album
A5. Behind The Swinging Doors. Tracks w/ denote Wally playing 2 trumpets at once. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout etched): (ᵛᵛ) 18489 LC 2409- S80-323-2091S-B BB.
Wally was an English progressive rock band, led by the singer-songwriter Roy Webber, which originated in the early 1970s. In 1973, after playing the northern pub rock circuit that included venues in Manchester, Harrogate, Leeds and Bradford, they entered a New Act competition organised by the music paper Melody Maker making it to the finals at London's Roundhouse.
Polka-style medleys of cover songs are a distinguishing part of American musician, satirist, parodist, and songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic's catalog. Twelve of his fourteen albums contain them; his self-titled debut and Even Worse omit them.
Wally Pikal (February 15, 1927 – March 2, 2017) was an American musician and entertainer who is included in the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. While a senior in high school, Wally played his first professional job with the Jerry Dostal Band. Wally soon learned that he could play two and even three trumpets at the same time. That was strange enough, but Wally began doing it while jumping on a pogo stick, to the total amazement of his audiences.
In between times, ‘The Hag,’ as he was lovingly known, released a duet album with Bonnie Owens, Just Between The Two Of Us, which made No. 4. The title track and opening song from Swinging Doors sets the scene for the album and epitomises Haggard’s persona as the lonesome stranger: often sitting in a bar, usually drinking to forget and almost.
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|A||Behind The Swinging Doors
Written By – Allan
|B||Jenny Lind Polka|
- Manufactured By – Kay Bank – KB 2237
- Tenor Saxophone – Marinus Fasching