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And now rare 1965 black and white footage of the performer - filmed shortly after he'd found success with It's Not Unusual - has been unearthed on his Facebook page, showing him and his band The Squires thrilling a throng of hysterical female fans at the decidedly un-rock 'n' roll-sounding Mecca Dancing Locarno in Stevenage As part of the Tempo TV series that was broadcast on ITV in throughout the '60s, it shows Jones belting out such unlikely numbers as The Skye Boat Song (albeit it a slightly rowdier take on the original Scottish folk version) and The Bachelors' easy-listening classic I Believe For Every Drop Of Rain That Falls.
The fashion equivalent of fusion cuisine, albeit a bit rowdier, it is, he said, "the most important message of the runways for fall.
The crowd got even rowdier as Kenneth Tencio attempted a backflip superman seat grab to Tailwhip for the fans.
Their rowdier cousin, the red grouper, can be counted on to shake free a time or two even from the World Wrist Wrestling Champion.
Washington, April 23 ( ANI ): When 6-10 year old children ate foods they had to bite with their front teeth - like drumsticks, whole apples, or corn on the cob - they were rowdier than when these foods had been cut, a new study has suggested.
The city has been described by the New York Times and Money magazine as one of the best places in the world to retire, something that's unlikely to be said of its more famous, rowdier neighbor, Cabo San Lucas, a heavily trafficked tourist destination about a two hour's drive south.
Part of the logistical reasoning behind the spillover camp is to allow campers wishing to sleep through the night to remain at the plaza, with rowdier nighttime protesters assigned to the farmers market space.
Summary: It felt like a rowdier House of Commons during this years Budget and it was if you go by how much the Deputy Speaker had to intervene.
This is followed by an even rowdier wedding day complete with a deranged drug dealer, a cross-dressed sheep and possibly the most offensive best man's speech of all time.
The stars in Kepler's eye proved rowdier than expected, blinking and winking and muddying the signatures of orbiting planets.
Plus the audiences get rowdier the further north you get - and it's brilliant
They grew rowdier by the day, and the people's grumbles grew with them.