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Were Only Here For The Beer - Mezzoforte - Observations (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 01,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - 08 - Observations - Mezzoforte (Observations) [] YouTube 09 - Distance - Mezzoforte (Observations) [] - Duration: Mezzo Forte 4, views.
  2. They gained quite a bit of popularity here in the uk after 'Garden Party' became a huge hit and got used by uk radio dj's over their shows etc, then in 'Rockall' from summer onward was used until 86, as the uk top 40's mascot type song, and you'd here it interjected here and there during the countdown, its a fast paced rousing piece of /5(11).
  3. Finger Snaps – Mezzoforte Saxophone – Steve Sidwell, Stuart Brooks Trumpet, Vocals – Chris Cameron, Shady Calver: B2: We're Only Here For The Beer Flute – Kristinn Svavarsson: B3: Observations Percussion – Eythor Gunnarsson: B4: Distance Written-By .
  4. Mezzoforte - Listen to Mezzoforte on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
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  6. Mezzoforte is an instrumental jazz-funk fusion band from Iceland, formed in They signed a record deal with Icelandic label Steinar. Their biggest hit single was "Garden Party" (), taken from their fourth album (second international release) Surprise Surprise. It peaked at number 17 in the UK Singles basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfo solo that takes place two minutes into "Garden Party", was created and.
  7. Eythor, Fridrik, Johann and Gulli were only fifteen and sixteen years old when they formed the band in Reykjavik The four teenage boys all loved playing their instruments and shared an interest in music, from heavy-rock to jazz-rock fusion and funk. Their enthusiasm and energy soon caught the attention of Icelandic recording executive Steinar Berg, who thought this could lead to.

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