Green tambourine sheet music

I saw 'Made in Dagenham' when it came out in cinemas and thought, rather like 'The Kings Speech' and 'Calendar Girls', it would be hugely popular and successful. But a year later hardly anyone I know has even heard of it, and it certainly doesn't seem to have made much in the way of dosh. And that is a real shame! Keep up-to-the-minute with Hans Music. News, Special Offers & more! The Lemon Pipers were a 1960s bubblegum/psychedelic pop band from Oxford, Ohio, known chiefly for their song "Green Tambourine", which reached number one in the United States in 1968. The band was made up of singer Ivan Browne, guitarist William Bartlett(subsequently of Ram Jam), keyboardist R.G. Nave, drummer William Albaugh and bassist Steve Walmsley. The Green Tambourine - 711 S 50th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143 - Rated 5 based on 7 Reviews "Miss Anne is the best! My daughter just loves... Simply share this product with your friends and family and earn affiliate revenue for every purchase made. Enter your email address below in order to get paid out via PayPal when a sale occurs. Uncle T. Jay from Grand Junction, Co The music track was borrowed by 2 other artists who also sang Green Tambourine: One was The Peppermint Rainbow (of Will You Be Staying After Sunday fame) and the novelty (!?!?) artist Mrs. Miller, but it was the Lemon Pipers who took the track and the lyrics to #1. proudly presents digital classical sheet music specifically intended for you to download and print in the comfort of your home. Our fine new editions and Urtexts are carefully prepared by professional musicians and include such useful features as fingerings, lyrics, bowings, ornament realizations, sources, and much more.