Loading...

ABC Jazz Home > Programs > Thursday Night Live > Bob Barnard at the Winery

Thursday Night Live:

Bob Barnard at the Winery

Bob Barnard
Page added Nov 23, 2012 Updated Nov 30, 2012

An Ausmusic Month special feature from legendary Australian cornet player Bob Barnard and his 'At the Winery' release from 1992.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Louisian-I-Ay'
2. 'Topsy'
3. 'Isn't Love the Strangest Thing'
4. 'Manhattan'
5. 'Silly Samba'
6. 'Bernie's Tune'
7. 'Pee Wee's Song'
8. 'You Meet the Nicest People in Your Dreams'
9. 'Ain't Misbehavin'
10. 'St Louis Blues'

In the band

Bob Barnard; cornet
Paul Williams; reeds
Chris Taperell; piano
Wally Wickham; bass
John Morrison; drums

CD: Bob Barnard At the Winery (ABC Music 836 195-2)

 

More about
tag Register to add tags

Broadcast

Nov 29, 2012. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

More episodes of Thursday Night Live

Artist Biography

Fromwikipedia

Robert Barnard (23 November 1936 - 19 September 2013) was an English crime writer, critic and lecturer. Contents 1 Life and work, 2 Bibliography 2.1 Mystery novels, 2.2 Charlie Peace novels, 2.3 Perry Trethowan novels, 2.4 Short Story Collections, 2.5 Novels written as Bernard Bastable, 2.6 Non-fiction, , 3 Notes, 4 References, 5 External links, Life and work: Born in Essex,...

This entry is from Wikipedia external link, the user-contributed encyclopedia. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors and is licensed under CC-BY-SA external link. Visit Bob Barnard external link on Wikipedia to correct or update this entry. Any changes made to the Wikipedia article will not be immediately available here. The ABC is not responsible for the content of external sites.

bullet Alert Moderator

Discover more about Bob Barnard on ABC Jazz

Comments

Post new comment

Comments from unregistered users are subject to ABC moderation and will not appear until they are approved - there will be a delay until they are published.
Create A Profile to add comments straight away.

http://www.abc.net.au/conditions.htm
CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
25 minus equals fourteen
Solve this math question and enter the solution with digits. E.g. for "two plus four = ?" enter "6".
Sign up to the weekly newsletter
Enter your email address
Other ABC music sites