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Thunderclap Newman -  Hollywood #1
 
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The first of two versions of this song on the "Hollywood Dream" album.
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Thunderclap Newman - Hollywood Dream full album
 
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Disclaimer: I do not own any of this music. "Hollywood #1" - 00:00 "The Reason" - 3:21 "Open the Door, Homer" (Bob Dylan) - 7:29 "Look Around" - 10:32 "Accidents" - 13:33 "Wild Country" - 23:16 "When I Think" - 27:34 "The Old Cornmill" - 30:40 "I Don't Know" - 34:40 "Hollywood Dream" (Instrumental) (Jack McCulloch, Jimmy McCulloch) - 38:26 "Hollywood #2" - 41:33 "Something in the Air" - 44:31
Views: 27189 mattyduke
Thunderclap Newman  -  Wild Country
 
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From their one and only album, Hollywood Dream. Pete Townshend produced and played bass.
Views: 788 yardbird666
The story of Thunderclap Newman -- Andy Newman on the band's history -- Something In The Air
 
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Andy 'Thunderclap' Newman from the band Thunderclap Newman talks about the history of the band with Nathan Morley in 2012 on Radio Cyprus. Thunderclap Newman were created by Pete Townshend of The Who and Kit Lambert formed circa December 1968 - January 1969 in a bid to showcase the talents of John "Speedy" Keen, Andy "Thunderclap" Newman and Jimmy McCulloch. Their single, "Something in the Air", a 1969 UK Number One hit, remains in demand for television commercials, film soundtracks and compilations. The band released a critically acclaimed rock album, Hollywood Dream, and three other singles (which appeared on the album): "Accidents", "The Reason" and "Wild Country". © Audio - Nathan Morley
Views: 42668 TV3P
Thunderclap Newman Promotional Interview with Pete Townshend (Rare)
 
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Peter Townshend of The Who talks with & about Thunderclap Newman (Speedy Keen, Jimmy McCulloch and Andy Newman)
Views: 12174 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman: Open The Door, Homer
 
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Thunderclap Newman's cover of Bob Dylan's Open The Door, Homer from their 1970 album Hollywood Dream.
Views: 7613 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman - Something In The Air
 
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Subscribe to The Best Of for more classic music history, videos and playlists: http://bit.ly/WdJ36u "Something in the Air" was a number one hit for The Who's Pete Townshend's other band Thunderclap Newman in 1969. Townshend created the band to showcase songs written by former The Who chauffeur, also a drummer/singer/guitarist/songwriter, John "Speedy" Keen. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRealBestOf Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealBestOf LYRICS: Call out the instigators Because there's something in the air We've got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right And you know that it's right We have got to get it together We have got to get it together now Lock up the streets and houses Because there's something in the air We've got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right And you know that it's right We have got to get it together We have got to get it together now Hand out the arms and ammo We're going to blast our way through here We've got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right And you know that it's right We have got to get it together We have got to get it together Now
Thunderclap Newman # Wilhelmina + Hollywood + Old Fashioned Girl @ the Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Con Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 1064 Francesco Andreoli
Thunderclap Newman - Accidents (Single Version)
 
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Thunderclap Newman - Accidents (Single Version)
Views: 16272 Clark Greenshields
Thunderclap Newman Accidents (LP Version)
 
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Thunderclap Newman Accidents (LP Version)
Views: 31258 Clark Greenshields
Thunderclap Newman -Something In The Air
 
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Thunderclap Newman were a British band that Pete Townshend of The Who and Kit Lambert formed circa December 1968 - January 1969 in a bid to showcase the talents of John "Speedy" Keen, Andy "Thunderclap" Newman and Jimmy McCulloch. Their single, "Something in the Air", a 1969 UK Number One hit, remains in demand for television commercials, film soundtracks and compilations. The band released a critically acclaimed rock album, Hollywood Dream,] and three other singles (which appeared on the album): "Accidents", "The Reason" and "Wild Country". From 1969 until 1971, the nucleus of the band consisted of the songwriter Speedy Keen (vocals, drums, guitar); Andy "Thunderclap" Newman (piano); and Jimmy McCulloch (guitar). Pete Townshend (using the alias "Bijou Drains") played bass guitar on their album and singles, all of which he had recorded and produced in IBC Studio and his Twickenham home studio. The band augmented its personnel during its tours: in 1969, by James "Jim" Pitman-Avery (bass guitar) and Jack McCulloch (drums); and in 1971, by Ronnie Peel (bass guitar) and Roger Felice (drums). The band folded in April 1971 and was resurrected by Andy Newman and his colleagues circa 2007. Footage is from "The Champions" a British espionage/science fiction/occult detective fiction adventure series consisting of 30 episodes broadcast on the UK network ITV during 1968–1969, produced by Lew Grade's ITC Entertainment production company. (Source Wikipedia)
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Something in the air - Thunderclap Newman 1969
 
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Something in the air - Thunderclap Newman Thunderclap Newman were a British formed circa December 1968 - January 1969 to showcase the talents of John "Speedy" Keen, Andy "Thunderclap" Newman and Jimmy McCulloch.
Views: 11029 jeffcher10
Thunderclap Newman - I Don't Know
 
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Thunderclap Newman - Hollywood Dream - 10 I Don't Know / Recorded 1969 / 1991 SOPRANO, SAX / PIANO : Andy Newmark VOCALS , DRUMS / ACOUSTIC GUITAR : Speedy Keen LEAD / SPANISH GUITAR : Jimmy Mc Gulloch
Views: 21373 Simagga
Thunderclap Newman - Accidents
 
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Edited down to 6 from 9-minute album track on Hollywood Dream LP.. Young Jimmy McCulloch was a fine guitarist, sadly wasted in his brief career.
Views: 355 Hugh Terry
thunderclap  newman     " something in the air,"     2017 remaster.
 
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thunderclap newman "something in the air" remaster mix.
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Thunderclap Newman - "Accidents"
 
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"Accidents" (single version) from Thunderclap Newman's album "Hollywood Dream". This forgotten classic of a band is best known for their upbeat protest song "Somthing In the Air" but as you can hear from this gem they were very talented. This song and their entire album was produced by legendary songwriter and Who guitarist Pete Townshend.
Views: 1463 grothesk80
Thunderclap Newman: Wild Country (Live)
 
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rare audio of Thunderclap Newman performing Wild Country live in 1971. I am currently working on a project that is in the very early stages but has the potential to be special. That project is the release of a full Thunderclap Newman concert. Would you like to see that come to fruition? Stay tuned... Thunderclap Newman Speedy Keen (Rhythm guitar/vocals) Jimmy McCulloch (Lead guitar/vocals) Andy Newman (various instruments/piano) Ronnie Peel (bass) Roger Felice (drums)
Views: 1028 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman: Accidents (Live 2011)
 
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Thunderclap Newman performing Accidents live in May 2011 at the Con Club in Lewes. Andy Newman: Piano/Various Instruments Nick Johnson: Lead Guitar/Vocals Josh Townshend: Rhythm Guitar/Vocals Mark Brzezicki: Drums/Vocals Tony Stubbings: Bass Original video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGJha-A1Ahw
Views: 4754 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman 1969 Video EP
 
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Something In The Air Beat Club Performance Something In The Air Promotional Video Something In The Air/Wilhelmina How Late It Is
Views: 6395 JimmyMcCullochFan
The Best of Jimmy McCulloch: Hollywood Dream
 
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The best of Jimmy McCulloch's guitar work from Thunderclap Newman's Hollywood Dream album as well as his incredible guitar work on a live version of the Reason from 1971. Jimmy was just 16 when he was in Thunderclap Newman. The Reason Open The Door Homer Look Around Accidents Wild Country I Don't Know The Old Corn Mill Hollywood #2 Wilhelmina I See It All The Reason (Live)
Views: 8079 JimmyMcCullochFan
Wild Country-Thunderclap Newman
 
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Highway 64 crossing into rural Macon County, NC, on 6/17/16. Taken from the "Hollywood Dream" LP.
Views: 2321 WS82 Classics
Thunderclap Newman - The Old Cornmill
 
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Hollywood Dream
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Thunderclap Newman: The Reason (Live 2011)
 
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Thunderclap Newman performing The Reason live in May 2011 at the Con Club in Lewes. Andy Newman: Piano/Various Instruments Nick Johnson: Lead Guitar/Vocals Josh Townshend: Rhythm Guitar/Vocals Mark Brzezicki: Drums/Vocals Tony Stubbings: Bass Original video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fbObDik3NY
Views: 1392 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman # There's Something in the Air @ The Constitutional Club, Lewes
 
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THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN WILL BE PLAYING AGAIN AT THE CON CLUB, LEWES, ON MAY 13TH Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, Friday 19th 2010 There's Something In The Air. This is the opening gig for the first tour that Thunderclap Newman have played for some years. The band comprises Andy Thunderclap Newman on piano, Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country ) on drums, Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) on guitar, Nick Johnson on lead guitar and Tony Stubbings on bass, playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 38398 Francesco Andreoli
Bad Egg (1974) - Thunderclap Newman, "Accidents"
 
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Bay Head Bisquit Boogie Party #6, Bay Head, NJ, Halloweeen, October 1974; music by Speedy Keen and Thunderclap Newman: "Accidents" from the album "Hollywood Dream"
Views: 525 hatontuesday
Thunderclap Newman - When I Think
 
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An overlooked classic from the band's Hollywood Dream album ...
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Thunderclap Newman - Accidents
 
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Thunderclap Newman - Accidents Artista: Thunderclap Newman Album: Hollywood dream Anno: 1969 Genere: Rock Paese: Londra, Regno Unito Produttore: Pete Townshend Etichetta: Track John "Speedy Keen – lead vocals, drums, percussion, acoustic guitar, conga, glockenspiel, gong, maracas Andy Newman – piano, organ, soprano saxophone, bass saxophone, oboe, tin whistle, glockenspiel, cor anglais, Bengali flutes, Japanese battle cymbal, hand bell, Indian finger cymbals, sleigh bells, Chinese temple block, vocals Jimmy McCulloch – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, maracas, wood block, backing vocals Chris Morphet –harmonica Pete Townshend – bass Ian Green – string arrangement
Thunderclap Newman - Wilhelmina
 
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B-side of their big hit single. Written by Andy Newman. Produced by Pete Townshend.
Views: 7901 Uncle Waldemar
Thunderclap Newman's appearance in Not Tonight, Darling.
 
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Thunderclap Newman performing Hollywood Dream in the British film Not Tonight, Darling.
Views: 4652 JimmyMcCullochFan
Thunderclap Newman # There's Something In The Air + Wild Country @ the Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Constitutional Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 4565 Francesco Andreoli
Pete Townshend/Thunderclap Newman - Accidents Demo 1969
 
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This is a demo of "Accidents" performed by Pete Townshend and his good Who buddy Speedy Keen in Townshend's home studio in 1969.
Views: 17385 MrUpshotKnothole
Thunderclap Newman - Something's in the Air (Plus Lyrics) (1969) [HIGH QUALITY COVER VERSION]
 
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This is a cover version by Top of the Poppers. Buy this song from Amazon, click here http://amzn.to/JvZYda Subscribe to our you tube channel for more music videos. Become a fan of our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/PickwickRecordLabel Something in the Air" is a song recorded by Thunderclap Newman, a band created by Pete Townshend for The Who's former roadie John 'Speedy' Keen who wrote and sang the song, from their only album Hollywood Dream. It was a UK #1 single for three weeks in July 1969. The song has been used for films, television and adverts, and has been covered by several artists. In 1969, Pete Townshend, The Who's guitarist, was the catalyst behind the formation of the band. The concept was to create a band to perform songs written by former Who roadie and drummer/singer John 'Speedy' Keen, who had written "Armenia City in the Sky", the first track on The Who Sell Out. Townshend recruited eccentric General Post Office engineer and jazz pianist Andy 'Thunderclap' Newman (a friend from art college), and 15-year-old Glaswegian Jimmy McCulloch. Keen played the drums and sang the lead. Townshend produced the single, arranged the strings, and played bass under the pseudonym Bijou Drains. Originally titled Revolution but later renamed to avoid confusion with the Beatles' 1968 song of that name, "Something in the Air" captured post-flower power rebellion, marrying McCulloch's sweeping acoustic and glowing electric guitars, Keen's powerful drumming and yearning falsetto, and Newman's felicitous piano solo. The single reached No. 1 on the UK charts just three weeks after release, holding off Elvis Presley in the process. The scale of the song's success surprised everyone and there were no plans to promote Thunderclap Newman with live performances. Eventually a line-up - augmented by Jim Pitman-Avory on bass and McCulloch's elder brother Jack on drums - played a handful of gigs. Personal records say the band played live only five times, although Keen referred to a two-month tour, playing "everywhere". In the UK, a follow-up single, "Accidents", came out only in May 1970 and charted at No. 44 for a week. An album, Hollywood Dream, peaked in Billboard at No. 163. Thus, the song and the band were forever linked as a one hit wonder. Labelle recorded an emotional cover of it alongside "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised", for their 1973 album, Pressure Cookin'.
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Something in the Air-Thunderclap Newman
 
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Going up Highway 17, a back route from Toccoa, GA, on 9/26/15. Taken from the "Hollywood Dream" LP.
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Thunderclap Newman # The Reason @ The Constitutional Club, Lewes,  2010
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, Friday 19th 2010 Performing: The Reason This is the opening gig for the first tour that Thunderclap Newman have played for some years. The band comprises Andy Thunderclap Newman on piano, Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) on drums, Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) on guitar, Nick Johnson on lead guitar and Tony Stubbings on bass, playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 530 Francesco Andreoli
Thunderclap Newman # Wild Country @ The Constitutional Club, Lewes
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, Friday 19th 2010 Performing: Wild Country This is the opening gig for the first tour that Thunderclap Newman have played for some years. The band comprises Andy Thunderclap Newman on piano, Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country ) on drums, Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) on guitar, Nick Johnson on lead guitar and Tony Stubbings on bass, playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 5922 Francesco Andreoli
THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN * Something In The Air  1969  HQ
 
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Something in the Air" is a song recorded by Thunderclap Newman, written by Speedy Keen who also sang the song. It was a number 1 single for three weeks in the UK Singles Chart in July 1969. The song has been used for films, television and adverts, and has been covered by several artists. The track was also included on Thunderclap Newman's only album release Hollywood Dream over a year later.
Views: 1841 Larry Hinze
Thunderclap Newman # Accidents + Open The Door @ The Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Con Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 589 Francesco Andreoli
Thunderclap Newman - Something In The Air (Improved Audio)
 
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The Original clip by ThunderClap Newman uploaded by sam28761 with improved audio quality.
Views: 17300 Claudio Calaboiça
My Hollywood Dream
 
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Another video to entertain the Sisterhood featuring Hollywood Dream (Instrumental), a song written by Jimmy & Jack McCulloch, and the Thunderclap Newman scene in Not Tonight, Darling (1971).
Views: 663 Laurel Harper
Thunderclap Newman - Stormy Petrel
 
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Artist: Thunderclap Newman Song: Stormy Petrel Album: Hollywood Dreram Jear: 1969
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Thunderclap Newman # The Reason + The Old Cornmill @ the Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Con Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 1081 Francesco Andreoli
"Something In The Air" (c) Thunderclap Newman - Unplugged Rendition with Acoustic Guitar
 
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"Something in the Air" is a song recorded by Thunderclap Newman, written by Speedy Keen who also sang the song. It was a number 1 single for three weeks in the UK Singles Chart in July 1969.[1] The song has been used for films, television and adverts, and has been covered by several artists. The track was also included on Thunderclap Newman's only album release Hollywood Dream over a year later. In 1969, Pete Townshend, The Who's guitarist, was the catalyst behind the formation of the band. The concept was to create a band to perform songs written by drummer and singer Speedy Keen, who had written "Armenia City in the Sky", the first track on The Who Sell Out.[2] Townshend recruited jazz pianist Andy 'Thunderclap' Newman (a friend from art college),[3] and 15-year-old Glaswegian guitarist Jimmy McCulloch, who subsequently played lead guitar in Paul McCartney's Wings from 1974 to 1977 and died of a heroin overdose in 1979 aged just 26.[4] Keen played the drums and sang the lead Townshend produced the single,[5] arranged the strings, and played bass under the pseudonym Bijou Drains. Originally titled Revolution but later renamed to avoid confusion with the Beatles' 1968 song of that name, "Something in the Air" captured post-flower power rebellion, marrying McCulloch's sweeping acoustic and glowing electric guitars, Keen's powerful drumming and yearning falsetto, and Newman's felicitous piano solo. The song, beginning in E major, has three key changes, its second verse climbing to F-sharp major, and, via a roundabout transition, goes down to C major for Newman's barrelhouse piano solo. Following this, the last verse is, like the second, a tone above the previous verse, closing the song in A-flat major.
Views: 1638 jogo1209
THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN "Something In The Air" Purple Rocks
 
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CHECK OUT MY VINTAGE CLOTHING AT http://stores.ebay.com/Purple-Rocks-Vintage - Thunderclap Newman - Hollywood Dream - 1970 - Something In The Air
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Thunderclap Newman # That's The Way + Look Around + Armenia City in the Sky @ The Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Con Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 1964 Francesco Andreoli
Thunderclap Newman # When I Think + I See It All @ the Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, May 13th 2011 Thunderclap Newman playing again at the Con Club in Lewes. From Left to right: Andy Thunderclap Newman, piano and vocals; Nick Johnson, lead guitar and vocals; Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) guitar and vocals; Tony Stubbings, bass; Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country) drums and vocals; playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 261 Francesco Andreoli
Thunderclap Newman # I Don't Know + Look Around + Open the Door, Homer + Old Cornmill @ The Con Club
 
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Thunderclap Newman at The Constitutional Club, Lewes, Friday 19th 2010 Performing: I Don't Know, Look Around, Open the Door Homer, The Old Cornmill This is the opening gig for the first tour that Thunderclap Newman have played for some years. The band comprises Andy Thunderclap Newman on piano, Mark Brzezicki (Former Big Country ) on drums, Josh Townshend (Pete Townshend's son) on guitar, Nick Johnson on lead guitar and Tony Stubbings on bass, playing songs form their album Hollywood Dream
Views: 1085 Francesco Andreoli