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Frightened Man - The Blockheads - Same Horse Different Jockey (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 12,  · An time UK champion Flat jockey, Piggott even has the British horse racing awards – the Lesters – named after him. And with nine wins, he is .
  2. Formed in to promote Ian Durys' album New Boots and Panties!! on the first Stiff Records tour of the UK, Chaz Jankel, Norman Watt-Roy, Charlie Charles, John Turnbull and Mick Gallagher became known as 'The Blockheads' (a reference to a song on Dury's album). As 'Ian Dury & The Blockheads' they went back out on tour, this time without Jankel, and in released "What a Waste"/"Wake Up.
  3. ‘Same Horse Different Jockey’ was recorded entirely at Cowshed Studios, London; Joe Leach, Producer, Mixer, Sound Engineer and Owner of Cowshed Recording Studio talks to Kathryn O’Reilly (our roaming blogger) about his work and what it was like working with The Blockheads on the new album.
  4. To most people, it is the horse that goes on to become more famous than the riders, but now and again it is the jockeys who get the fame. This list of ten world class and world famous jockeys is not one that features names everyone has heard of, but for those in the know, this is a list of the best of the best horse riders in the world.
  5. Nov 03,  · The Blockheads’ latest release, Same Horse, Different Jockey is an album which has taken the band in new directions, both musically and re-establishes the band at the top of their musical tree. Much has happened over the 36 years since New Boots and Panties was released. Since then, the band have had chart success, deep, long periods of indifference, spats,Read More.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Blockheads - Same Horse Different Jockey at Discogs. Complete your The Blockheads collection/5(4).
  7. Same Horse Different Jockey, an album by The Blockheads on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. No jockey has an instinctive understanding of what makes each horse tick. Each must learn, each must listen. "When a horse is being broken in, it doesn't know what you're telling it," says Waley.

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