twice as much - sittin' on a fence - processed 'stereo'
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twice as much - sittin' on a fence - processed 'stereo'

Edit for headphones. "Twice as Much" was composed of Dave Skinner and Andrew Rose and were harmony singers who also wrote much of their own material. They were signed to Immediate Records, which was run by The Rolling Stones' manager, Andrew Loog Oldham. Their only UK Top 40 success as performers was this cover in 1966 of the Jagger/Richards composition, which was their debut single. In june 1966 it reached # 25 in the UK, in September 1966 it reached # 11 in Holland . The Stones' version of the song, although recorded in December 1965 (during the "Aftermath" sessions), was not released on a Stones' album in the US until 1967, on the album "Flowers", and not in the UK until 1969 on the album "Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)".

In 1972 Skinner joined "Uncle Dog", a group including vocalist Carol Grimes. He penned most of the tracks on their album, "Old Hat." He was also a member of "Clancy". In 1977 Skinner toured as the keyboard player with Roxy Music. He also contributed to albums by Phil Manzanera and Bryan Ferry.

About the personnel: not known, the only thing I know is the personnel mentioned on the cd "Sittin' On a Fence - Twice as Much, The Immediate Anthology":

David Skinner - vocals, keyboards
Andrew Rose - vocals
Nicky Hopkins - keyboards
Alan Weighall - drums
Andy White - drums
Eric Ford - drums
Jim Sullivan - guitar
Jimmy Page - guitar
Joe Moretti - guitar
John McLaughlin - guitar
Alan Hakin - percussion
Eric Allen - percussion
Red Weller - percussion
Arthur Greenslade - orchestra arrangements

no mentioning of the harpsichord!

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This sound recording is administered by UMG/The Orchard Music. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
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Views: 80
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twice as much - sittin' on a fence - processed 'stereo'

Edit for headphones. "Twice as Much" was composed of Dave Skinner and Andrew Rose and were harmony singers who also wrote much of their own material. They were signed to Immediate Records, which was run by The Rolling Stones' manager, Andrew Loog Oldham. Their only UK Top 40 success as performers was this cover in 1966 of the Jagger/Richards composition, which was their debut single. In june 1966 it reached # 25 in the UK, in September 1966 it reached # 11 in Holland . The Stones' version of the song, although recorded in December 1965 (during the "Aftermath" sessions), was not released on a Stones' album in the US until 1967, on the album "Flowers", and not in the UK until 1969 on the album "Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)".

In 1972 Skinner joined "Uncle Dog", a group including vocalist Carol Grimes. He penned most of the tracks on their album, "Old Hat." He was also a member of "Clancy". In 1977 Skinner toured as the keyboard player with Roxy Music. He also contributed to albums by Phil Manzanera and Bryan Ferry.

About the personnel: not known, the only thing I know is the personnel mentioned on the cd "Sittin' On a Fence - Twice as Much, The Immediate Anthology":

David Skinner - vocals, keyboards
Andrew Rose - vocals
Nicky Hopkins - keyboards
Alan Weighall - drums
Andy White - drums
Eric Ford - drums
Jim Sullivan - guitar
Jimmy Page - guitar
Joe Moretti - guitar
John McLaughlin - guitar
Alan Hakin - percussion
Eric Allen - percussion
Red Weller - percussion
Arthur Greenslade - orchestra arrangements

no mentioning of the harpsichord!

®© UMG
®© The Orchard Music

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

This sound recording is administered by UMG/The Orchard Music. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes