Harry is the fourth studio album by Harry Nilsson, released August 1969 on RCA. It was his first album to get onto Billboard Magazine's Billboard 200 chart, remaining there for 15 weeks and reaching Harry features jazz saxophonist Tom Scott, pianist Mike Melvoin, flutist Jim Horn, session drummer Jim Gordon, Larry Knechtel on bass, and David Cohen and Howard Roberts on guitars.
Hi, canny man hoy a ha'penny oot" is a famous Geordie folk song written in the 19th century by Harry Nelson, in a style deriving from music hall. Chorus: Hi, canny man, hoy a ha'penny oot, Ye'll see some fun thor is ne doot, Where ivvor Aa gan ye'll heor them shoot, Hi, canny man, hoy a ha'penny oot. Once Aa went te see the play - Aa made the folks aall glower, A chep says that's "Aad Monkey Nuts", 'twas then Aa said "Give ower", Aa teuk a front seat in the staals, commenced to leuk aboot, When ivorybody in the place, at once began te shoot.
Harry Nelson Pillsbury (December 5, 1872 – June 17, 1906) was a leading American chess player. At the age of 22, he won one of the strongest tournaments of the time (the Hastings 1895 chess tournament) but his illness and early death prevented him from challenging for the World Chess Championship. Pillsbury was born in Somerville, Massachusetts, moved to New York City in 1894, then to Philadelphia in 1898.
Harry Nelson – sings Hi, Canny Man and Our Jimmie on the CD - Various Artists - Wor Nanny's A Mazer: Early Recordings Of Artists From The North East 1904-1933. Harry Nelson made his 3 records (6 sides) just before the outbreak of the Great War only months before his death. com/Harry Nelson (singer). Harry Nelson can refer to: Harry Nelson (singer) (born 1804), singer and comedian. Harry L. Nelson (born 1932), American mathematician.
Hi, canny man - Newcastle upon Tyne - Wor Nanny's a mazer - Blaydon Races - Come Geordie ha'd the bairn - Cushie Butterfield - The Cliffs of Old Tynemouth - Keep yor feet still Geordie hinny - The Keel Row - Harry Nelson - List of Geordie singers - James Weams - List of Geordie songwriters - List of Geordie songbooks - The Northumbria Anthology. Harry Nelson (1804-??) was a Newcastle upon Tyne concert hall singer and comedian of the late 19th/early 20th century.
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