Tony Osborne & His Orch. - The Man From Marseilles / The Windows Of Paris album flac
Title: The Man From Marseilles / The Windows Of Paris
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Tony Osborne was born Edward Osborne near Cambridge in June 1922. He became the junior accordion champion of East Anglia and then, when only 14, played with Josephine's Gypsy Orchestra. He had the same name as his father and grandfather but he tired of being called "Little Teddy". During Mantovani and Melachrino's popularity in the mid-50s, Osborne had made an album as Melavano. In the early 70s, he became Lazlo Tabor for the album Gypsy Romance with a 60- piece orchestra.
Anthony Wayne "Tony" Osborne (July 13, 1926 – August 27, 2010) was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, "Tough" Tony Borne. Osborne was an amateur wrestler in both high school and in the United States Navy. Promoter Al Haft first convinced him to try professional wrestling. His initial trainers were Ali Pasha and Karl Pojello. Pojello convinced Osborne to shorten his ring name to Borne.
the windows of paris, summer star. Tony Osborne And His Orchestra - Say It With Flowers (Vinyl). Format: Vinyl, 7". Records advertised as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint. The cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration, etc. Fair: The record is still just playable but has not been cared for properly and displays considerable surface noise; it may even jump.
In 1949 Osborne co-wrote his first play, The Devil Inside Him, with his married lover Stella Linden. He described it as a ‘melodrama about a poetic Welsh loon’ who murders a girl when he realises that she is trying to frame him for sexual assault. Devil was briefly performed in Huddersfield in 1950 but was largely forgotten about during Osborne’s lifetime, as were six other early plays (only one of which was produced). The play impressed critics and audiences alike and won Osborne a Tony award on Broadway. Luther was followed by Inadmissable Evidence (1964), regarded by some as Osborne’s best play. Solicitor Bill Maitland is a typical Osborne anti-hero: a paranoid, self-hating man going through a mid-life crisis. Three years on, when Osborne was struggling with his own nervous breakdown, he looked back on the play as ‘an act of self-prophecy’. Next came A Patriot For Me, which premiered in 1965.
Biographical Information. Osborne was born December 12, 1929, in London, England. Osborne’s father died before he was in his teens; he and his mother, Nellie Beatrice Grove Osborne, lived through the Second World War in Fulham.
After the writer reads a small, short novel titled A Man of Property, he, finally could finish his assignment from his Literature Lecturer, Miss Diah. Then, the following is the result of what he can do in observing, analyzing, and concluding about the elements that should be in a novel, especially in a novel that he has read. Those elements are Title, Point of View, Dramatic Conflict, Theme, Plot, Characterization, Setting, and Style of the novel. However, before the writer comes to write all the elements, he firstly writes some things about the author and the Synopsis of this story.
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Osborne made his first appearance as a London actor in 1956, the same year that Look Back in Anger was produced by the English Stage Company. Although the form of the play was not revolutionary, its content was unexpected. On stage for the first time were the 20- to 30-year-olds of Great Britain who had not participated in World War II and found its aftermath shabby and lacking in promise. In 1958 Osborne and director Tony Richardson founded Woodfall Film Productions, which produced motion pictures of Look Back in Anger (1959), The Entertainer (1959), and, from a filmscript by Osborne that won an Academy Award, Tom Jones (1963), based on the novel by Henry Fielding. Look Back in AngerLobby card for Look Back in Anger (1959), starring Richard Burton.
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|R-4189||Tony Osborne & His Orch.*||The Man From Marseilles / The Windows Of Paris (7", Promo)||Roulette||R-4189||US||1959|