Frank Carlyle, Paul Kappa & Martin H. Samuel - Part 2

by Frank Carlyle

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18th July 2016, Frank Carlyle hosts Paul Kappa (of The Amazing Kappa Band) & Martin H. Samuel on Mersey Radio and plays 'Eleanor Rigby' recorded by Heatwave in 1970 at the BBC, London.

YouTube : www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-76J3Ak5kE

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Eleanor Rigby

I look at all the lonely people
I look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in a church where a wedding has been
lives in a dream
waits at the window wearing a face that she keeps in a jar by the door
who is it for

all the lonely people where do they all come from
all the lonely people where do they all belong

Father McKenzie writing the words to a sermon that no one will hear
no one comes near
look at him working darning his socks in the night when there's nobody there
what does he care

all the lonely people where do they all come from
I said all the lonely people where do they all belong

I look at all the lonely people
I look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby died in the church and was buried along with her name
nobody came
Father McKenzie wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave
no one was saved


all the lonely people where do they all come from
(I look at all the lonely people)
I said all the lonely people where do they all belong
(I look at all the lonely people)

I look at all the lonely people
I look at all the lonely people

© 1966 Lennon/McCartney

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released July 18, 2016
Frank Carlyle - Liverpool Historian / Mersey Radio Presenter : www.frankcarlyle.co.uk

Jason Pinnington - Mersey Radio Producer : www.merseyradio.co.uk

Paul Kappa - The Amazing Kappa Band : www.cavernclub.org/resident-bands/the-amazing-kappa

Martin H. Samuel - Heatwave : www.heatwave.n.nu

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Heatwave UK

Heatwave released the Penny Farthing Records single, PEN 738, in London 2nd November 1970.

'Sister Simon (Funny Man)', the A-side, received frequent BBC Radio airplay while 'Rastus Ravel (Is A Mean Old Man'), the funky B-side, is still popular in the clubs.

In addition to a solid dance beat and tight vocal harmonies, the group was known for its pyrotechnic display ~ fire-eating by Martin.
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