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The song most associated with MUNGO JERRY is the global hit ‘In the Summertime’ which sold over six million copies worldwide in the first six months of release and that total is now estimated to be over a staggering thirty million units, and it is now officially recognised as the most played summer song of all time, winning for itself, and its writer Ray Dorset, prestigious Sony / ATV and Ivor Novello awards.
The long awaited follow-up to 'In the Summertime' was ‘Baby Jump’, which also made No 1, it was a hard rocking Ray Dorset composition much influenced by his ‘rockabilly’ connections, then another of his compositions, ‘Lady Rose’, became the third Mungo maxi single and made No 3 in the charts, only failing to make the No 1 spot because of the fact that a track on the maxi, "Have A Whiff On Me", was banned by the BBC because of its drug connotations, and had to be re-pressed at the request of the Director of
1973 saw one of Mungo Jerry’s biggest hits, Alright, Alright, Alright’ race up the charts to No.3 with the follow-up singles ‘Wild Love’ and ‘Long’legged Woman Dressed in Black’ continuing the hit making sequence along with songs like ‘Hello Nadine’ , ‘It’s a Secret’. ‘Forgotten Land’ and ‘Let’s Get Started’.
1980 saw Ray back at No.1, when Scottish singer Kellie Marie hit the top spot with his composition ‘Feels Like I’m in Love’.
No history of MUNGO JERRY would be complete without mention of the project in which, Ray invited rock legends, Peter Green, formerly of Fleetwood Mac and Vincent Crane of Atomic Rooster to a jam at his home studio, which resulted in the Katmandu album, 'A Case for the Blues’.
In 1995 Shaggy released a new reggae version of ‘In the Summertime’ complete with samples of Ray's voice and guitar, and it reached number 5 in the UK singles chart, but more importantly topped the charts in the USA, meaning that the song had now hit the top spot in every major country in the world.
Tickets £20 in advance. £22.50 after Sunday March 23rd. £25 on the door.
Doors & bar open 6.30. Delicious home-cooked food available £8 if pre-booked or £10 on the night.
Music 8 til late.
Standing with rowed seating pre-bookable at £2.50 extra to above prices.
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