|Title:||There's Something At The Bottom Of The Well / Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight)|
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Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight) - The Moontrekkers. 17. Jackson's Jump - Roger Lavern. 18. Just For Chicks - Ramblers. 19. Union Pacific - The Original Checkmates. 20. Keep Moving - Sounds Incorporated. 21. Robot - The Tornados. 22. The Monster - Chris Williams. 23. Pinto - The Stonehenge Men. 24. Valley of the Sioux - The Outlaws. There's Something At The Bottom Of The Well - The Moontrekkers. Poet and Peasant - Peter Jay And The Jaywalkers. Last Stage West - The Outlaws. The Spy - The Original Checkmates. The Ice Cream Man - The Tornados. Evening in Paris - The Packabeats. 25. Kickin' Around - Chris And The Students.
Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight) - (with The Moontrekkers) 17. Jackson's Jump - (previously unreleased, with Roger Lavern & The Microns) 18. Just For Chicks - (with The Ramblers) 1. Big Feet - (with Stonehenge Men) 18. Dragonfly - (with The Tornados) 19. T's Something at the Bottom of the Well - (with The Moontrekkers) 20. Poet & Peasant - (with Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers) 21. Last Stage West - (with The Outlaws) 22.
05 - Moontrekkers - Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight). 12 - Moontrekkers - Return Of The Vampire. 19 - Stonehenge Men - Big Feet. 20 - Moontrekkers - There's Something At The Bottom Of The Well. 02 - Ramblers - Just For Chicks. 13 - Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers - Totem Pole. 14 - Saxons - Saxon War Cr. p3. 08 - Sounds Incorporated - Keep Moving.
LyricsHatashiai (Japanese Swor. he Moontrekkers.
The Moontrekkers has been played on NTS shows including Diddy Wah, with Night Of The Vampire first played on 22 October 2013. Original source Last. Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight). The Moontrekkers,Parlophone,1962.
Japanese sword mountings are the various housings and associated fittings (tosogu) that hold the blade of a Japanese sword when it is being worn or stored. Koshirae (拵え) refers to the ornate mountings of a Japanese sword (. katana) used when the sword blade is being worn by its owner, whereas the shirasaya is a plain undecorated wooden mounting composed of a saya and tsuka that the sword blade is stored in when not being used. Fuchi (縁): The fuchi is a hilt collar between the tsuka and the tsuba.
12) Hatashiai (Japanese Sword Fight) - The Moontrekkers. 13) War Cry - The Ramrods. 14) Dark Eyes - The Spotnicks.