The Phones Sportsman Band - Hot Pants And Wonderbras download mp3 album
Hot Pants & Wonderbras. from The Phones Sportsman Band - Your Body Or Your Brain by The Phones Sportsman Band (with The NoMen). Five track CD-EP in a bright yellow digipack sleeve. Extra tracks are "The Sportsman Band are Pretty Sick" and "The Ballad of Janet & John". Includes unlimited streaming of The Phones Sportsman Band - Your Body Or Your Brain via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
One-track promo single on black vinyl-look CDr to promote the Topplers album The Phones Sportsman Band - Arson And The Juggernauts.
David Barrington aka Phones Sportsman was a founder member of '70s UK punk band Swell Maps. He released one solo single in 1980. He didn't produce another piece of music until 2008 when he brought out two CD albums on the Topplers label. Sadly Phones has now sold his instruments and retired for good from the music business. He has worked as a geologist since the 1980s. The Phones Sportsman Band. Hot Pants And Wonderbras (CDr, Single, Promo).
Hot Pants is the 32nd studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released in August 1971, by Polydor Records. All tracks composed by James Brown; except "Blues & Pants" by Fred Nestley (Fred Wesley). James Brown - vocals. Bobby Byrd - vocals, organ on "Blues & Pants" and tambourine on "Hot Pants (She Got To Use What She Got To Get What She Wants)". Hearlon Cheese Martin, Robert Lee Coleman - guitar. St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone. Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone.
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We took over The Sportsman in November 1999 with the intention of serving good food in relaxed and informal surroundings. We have held a Michelin star since 2008. Following the monks’ example we let the area around the pub dictate what we cook. Behind us, the Thames Estuary, leading out to the North Sea, provides oysters and fish, and in front, marshland, woods and fertile soils give us meat, vegetables and game. We also grow some ingredients ourselves. A small kitchen garden and now polytunnel, mean we can cook with fruit and vegetables that benefit from being picked only moments before us. .
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