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Leon Redbone

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by Mike Heel, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. Mike Heel

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    Does anyone know if this guy has released more than one album?
     
  2. Whiting

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    Never heard of them/him but there is more than one entry on Gemm. Have a look here.
     
  3. Garrett

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    Any relationship with him and the group Redbone who released Witch Queen Of New Orleans?
     
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    Looking at his list of albums he is not connected with the group, looks more in the line off blues?????

    POLLY WOLLY DOODLE:eek:
     
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    A man with an unusual, and laid back way of performing.

    Funnily enough, wondering through the satellite channels, I cought up with him performing Champagne Charlie on a repeat of the original Jack Dee tv series (from the Bohemia Club)

    I found it intrigueig enough to investigate more.

    He is not going to be to everybodies taste, described as more "new vaudeville" his band has euphonium, banjo, double bass.

    Think Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Bnd, without the comedy.

    Most famous track, for those that remember, was So Relax which was used extensively on the British Rail / Intercity adverts (from his album Sugar).

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