Avery Hill Jazzmen - Avery Hill Jazzmen album flac
- Album: Avery Hill Jazzmen
- FLAC: 1805 mb | MP3: 1470 mb
- Released: 1961
- Rating: 4.1/5
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|A2||When You And I Were Young Maggie|
|A4||Over The Waves|
|B1||Goodnight Sweet Prince|
|B4||Bye Bye Blues|
- Recorded At – Avery Hill College
- Banjo – Bob Smith
- Bass – John Langston
- Clarinet – Mike Snelling
- Drums – Bunny Webster
- Trombone – Derek Cocup
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- Matrix / Runout (A Side): ADV 2090-A (Stamped)
- Matrix / Runout (B Side): ADV 2090-B (Stamped)
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The Avery Hill Campus, Southwood Site, is in the lovely Avery Hill Park in Eltham, south-east London. It has some excellent teaching, living and sporting facilities. The Southwood Site has a general shop and a launderette, tennis courts, and a large park for touch rugby, football and rounders. The Dome' in the centre of the complex, houses the food hall. At Sparrows Farm, there are also evening disco facilities. The student accommodation is on campus, this can be an exciting experience and a great way to meet new people and make friends.
Avery Hill is an area of South East London mainly within Royal Borough of Greenwich, and with some parts in the London Borough of Bexley. It is located east of Eltham and north west of Sidcup. It is believed that the area is named after an aviary formerly located in the area. It is the location of Avery Hill House, a palatial dwelling built by John Thomas North who had made his fortune in the sodium nitrate trade.