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Kick It 5 (60) - 16 mixes

  1. Play
    Kick It 2760/3 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with crowd ''nahs'' to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    2:42
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76003
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 2 2760/38 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with lead guitar to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    2:42
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76038
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 3 2760/39 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk with crowd claps, ''nahs'' & ''heys''
    2:29
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76039
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 4 2760/40 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful, driving glam rock meets pop punk underscore
    2:23
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76040
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 5 (60) 2760/41 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with crowd ''nahs'' to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76041
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 6 (60) 2760/42 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with lead guitar to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76042
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 7 (60) 2760/43 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk with crowd claps, ''nahs'' & ''heys''
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76043
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 8 (60) 2760/44 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful, driving glam rock meets pop punk underscore
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76044
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 9 2760/45 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Rowdy football crowd ''nahs'' chant to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    0:33
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76045
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 10 (30) 2760/46 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with crowd ''nahs'' to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76046
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 11 (30) 2760/47 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock meets punk with lead guitar to the tune of 'Ten Green Bottles'
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76047
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 12 (30) 2760/48 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk with crowd claps, ''nahs'' & ''heys''
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76048
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 13 (30) 2760/49 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful, driving glam rock meets pop punk underscore
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76049
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 14 (Sting) 2760/50 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk staccato beats & chords sting
    0:04
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76050
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 15 (Sting) 2760/51 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk ending sting
    0:04
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76051
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
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    Kick It 16 (Sting) 2760/52 Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Powerful glam rock meets pop punk build sting
    0:03
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-17-76052
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2017
    FactoidLike many folk songs, the origin of "Ten Green Bottles" is lost to antiquity although it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England. However, one suggestion is that greenbottles refers to officers of the Metropolitan Police, apparently underworld jargon for the new force founded by Act of Parliament in 1829.
  1. Play
    Here We Go 1314/4 7 mixes Arr. Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Classic football chant to Sousa tune with well thought through lyrics
    3:15
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    Heroes 2760/1 17 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Punk version of 'When Johnny Comes Marching Home' with football crowd vocal
    2:25
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    Hooligan 1314/8 11 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Raucous punk rock with vocal football chant
    2:22
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    Race Day 2760/5 17 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Galloping punky folk rock with 'Camptown Races' crowd ''nahs'' melody
    2:23
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    Silver Boots 2760/2 16 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Glam rock stomp with crowd ''nahs'' to the tune of 'Glory Glory Hallelujah'
    2:10
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    Stomp Clap 2760/4 17 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Folk rock stomp with 'She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain' crowd ''nahs''
    1:55
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    When The Saints Go Marching In 1998/6 7 mixes Arr. David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Authentic Dixieland band up-tempo version of the popular jazz classic
    1:45
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    Winning 2760/6 17 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Fast pop punk with crowd ''nahs'' to the tune of ''We Shall Not Be Moved''
    2:11
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