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8 thoughts on “ Bluecoat Men - Diz & The Doormen - Bluecoat Man (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bluecoat Man on Discogs.4/5(4).
  2. RUBIN'S ROCK N ROLL DISCOGRAPHY REFERENCE is a list of ROCK N ROLL bands and their most important songs with detailed info for each song. Details include album, label, year, lead singer, and, in some cases, a quote from the song. It is intended to help you determine who sings your song and on what album you can find it. It represents over ten years of research by Dan Rubin.
  3. CD ALBUM. Other Ideas. Diz & The Doormen Bluecoat Man CD () Check Availability. Lee Allen and Walter Kimble from Fats Domino's band play on four of the cuts, as well as the great U.K. pianist Geraint Watkins Cut in London's Camden Town, this album was highly rated in New Orleans.
  4. Feb 12,  · Man The Motors pick-me-up, Feb 11, #1. (although they did share the bill with Brinsley Schwarz on the recently rereleased 'Greasy Truckers Parety Album'. Mind you, 'Hawkwind' are on it too!) Diz and The Doormen ("Bluecoat Man") Click to expand Thanks for this! But I think it’s spelled Electric Bluebirds.
  5. Diz is piano player, singer, entertainer and quintessential mix exponent of New Orleans style piano. He recorded the classic ‘Bluecoat Man’ for Ace Records in and has worked and opened for Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry, Alexis Korner, Axel Swingenburger, Dr. John and THE ROLLING STONES.
  6. Bluecoat Man CD () Check Availability. Cut in London's Camden Town, this album was highly rated in New Orleans. Lee Allen and Walter Kimble from Fats Domino's band play on four of the cuts, as well as the great U.K. pianist Geraint Watkins The Pogues, Alias Acoustic Band, Diz & The Doormen: Alias Acoustic Band: Worked With. Pogues.
  7. Pete Thomas, my sax player with Diz and the Doormen back in 80s, introduced me to three tenor giants from the Fats Domino band: Walter Kimble, Roger Lewis and Mr Lee Allen. We recorded “Bluecoat Man” for Ace with a cast of London musicians including Don Weller, Pete Scott and the man Mac Rebennack affectionately called, Fonky Knuckle, the.
  8. The early '80s were a great time to be sampling the delights of London's pub & club life with bands like the Bluecoat Men regularly tearing up the joint. But few could get anywhere near Diz & The Doormen - ask Dr. John - he'll tell you. Cut in London's Camden Town, this /5(8).

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