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Murray Palmer and his Ragtimes band album

Murray Palmer and his Ragtimes band  album
  • Performer Murray Palmer and his Ragtimes band
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Alexander's Ragtime Band" is a song by Irving Berlin. It was his first major hit, in 1911. It might be regarded as a sequel to "Alexander and His Clarinet," which Berlin wrote with Ted Snyder in 1910. The earlier song is mostly concerned with a reconciliation between Alexander Adams and Eliza Johnson, but also highlights Alexander's novel musical style.

His first band, formed with others from the Midlands area, was originally known as the King Bees, but changed its name to the Craig. In 1966, the band made its first record, "I Must Be Mad", with flip side "Suspense", produced by Larry Page. At this time, Palmer also did his first session work, playing on the song "Love Light" by the Chants, a group from Liverpool The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. The jazz trio Back Door toured with ELP circa 1974, and Palmer began to collaborate with them, producing their fourth album, Activate (1976).

The discography of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, an English progressive rock band, includes 9 studio albums, 17 live albums, 13 compilation albums, and 17 singles. A^ - released in France. C^ - released in Italy. D^ - released in Germany. E^ - released in US/Canada. F^ - new studio version 1993. Unofficial discography of Emerson, Lake & Palmer.

Alexander's Ragtime Band. This song is by Billy Murray.

Alexander's Ragtime Band - Billy Murray. ogg ‎(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 4 min 14 s, 108 kbps). s Ragtime Band - Billy Murray. English: Alexander's Ragtime Band, a song by Irving Berlin, performed by Billy Murray in 1911, recorded on an Edison Amberol cylinder. Polski: Alexander's Ragtime Band – piosenka autorstwa Irvinga Berlina w wykonaniu Billy'ego Murraya z 1911 roku.

Rhythm & Blues is the thirteenth studio album by the British musician Robert Palmer. It was released in 1999 and was his first new release in five years. The album reached No. 118 in the UK but did not chart in the US. Palmer's long-term girlfriend Mary Ambrose sang background vocals on some tracks, as did Sharon O'Neill who co-wrote "True Love". The album's only single "True Love" peaked at in the UK. All tracks written by Robert Palmer except where noted.