9 thoughts on “ What A Wonderful World - Dorothy Squires - At The London Palladium 1971 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of At The London Palladium on Discogs. Label: President Records - PTLS /4 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP • Country: UK • /5(6).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of At The London Palladium on Discogs. Label: President Records - PTLS /50 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal/5(2).
  3. DOROTHY SQUIRES "LIVE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM" 5th December, with The Charlie Katz Orchestra conducted by Nicky Welsh Johnny Gray - saxophone • Kenny Brown - piano The Tony Mansell Coffee Set • Production and arrangements by Nicky Welsh () (Stereo) (licensed from Sterndale Records) 1. Introduction by Pete Murray.
  4. Wonderful to have this on Amazon Prime. This is the second London Palladium concert that was rereleased by Dorothy on Sterndale CDs. The show is quite remarkable and is something of a cult recording. I had both & on LP and I can tell you this is much much better sound quality. I also have the 2 concert set on Sterndale.5/5(2).
  5. New albums and concerts followed including concerts at the London Palladium. She issued a double album of her Palladium concert. [citation needed] Later life. In she filed the first of 30 court cases over the next 15 years. In she successfully sued the News of the World over the story "When Love Turned Sour", and was awarded £4,
  6. Dorothy Squires, Soundtrack: Stars in Your Eyes. Dorothy Squires was born on March 25, in Pontyberem, Carmarthenshire, Wales as Edna May Squires. She was married to Roger Moore. She died on April 14, in Llwynypia, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales.
  7. Miss Squires, former wife of the new Roger Moore, stood the world of show business on its ears when in she hired the London Palladium at a cost of £ to prove she was a neglected star. Dot wanted to prove to television and and radio bosses that she has one of the most loyal followings in the world.
  8. But Dorothy Squires, whohas died aged 83, ended her life a poverty-stricken recluse. Michael Brown looksback on an extraordinary life. IT was a "rags to ricbes to rags" story. During the riches part of it the world was her oyster and when penury came she lived in a modest cottage near Pontefract.
  9. As young girl working in a South Wales Tin Works Dorothy Squires dreamt of becoming a singing star. Forbidden by her father to sing with the local dance band, the headstrong DOROTHY defied his wishes and sneaked out at night to change in a phone box before going to do a gig. This situation couldn’t Continue reading Biography.

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