Album: 100 Hits Legends: Chas & Dave. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. I stumbled quite by chance upon a memory A memory I stumbled on today And kids were playing there - just like I used to play. I pondered on them Summer hot and dusty days And wondered where the years have all gone to When days were long but far too short For all we had to do. I stumbled quite by chance upon a memory A memory that I almost forgot I gazed upon the scene And feelings good I got. It made me realise that though the years go by Happy kids will be there for always To bring back memories good we spent Back in our younger days.
My Melancholy Baby 12. Wish I Could Write a Love Song 13. One O’ Them Days 14. When Days Were Long (But Far Too Short) 15. I’m Going Back 16. I Wonder in Whose Arm. 7. Old Dog & Me 18. Miss You All the Time 19. There in Your Eyes 20. Flying (Vocal Version) 21.
Chas & Dave : When Days Were Long (But Far Too Short) 15. Chas & Dave : I'm Going Back 16. Chas & Dave : I Wonder in Whose Armsģ 1. Other Albums Chas and Dave flac in Lossless Quality.
Chas and Dave singer Chas Hodges dies aged 74. Michael Hann. Chas and Dave did something that had never occurred to anyone else: combining rock, blues, country and music hall with the sound of a London that was already disappearing by the time they released their first album, One Fing ’n’ Anuvver, in 1975. You might, justifiably, compare the best of their writing to Ronnie Lane, or to Ray Davies, the difference being that Chas and Dave sounded less like a Kinks song than the music one of Davies’ characters might have made.
Chas and Dave were offered the chance to record the theme song for the sitcom Only Fools and Horses but turned it down as they were in Australia at the time due to the success of "Ain't No Pleasing You". However their song Down to Margate was used in a feature-length episode of the comedy, entitled The Jolly Boys Outing. They also recorded four FA Cup final singles for Tottenham Hotspur including "Glory Glory Tottenham Hotspur"/"Ossie's Dream" in 1981 and "Tottenham Tottenham" in 1982. When Days Were Long (But Far Too Short)", "Yesterday's News". Essential Records ESS 2006.
All Over The Place Medley. Disc: 5. 1. One Of Them Days 2. No Body 3. Near You Medley 4. The Black Hills Of Dakota Medley 5. Come Round And Hear My Gramophone Medley 6. Hound Dog Medley 7. Roll Over Beethoven 8. Down Where The Swanee River Flows 9. Ain't That A Shame Medley 10. Dream Medley 11. Give It To The Girl Next Door Medley 12. Back In The Soul Days 13. Hard Up And Happy Medley 14. I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire Medley 15. The Beer Barrel Polka Medley 16. Hair, Hair, Hair Medley 17. But I Do Medley 18. Ask Old Brown To Tea Medley 19.
Chas & Dave (often billed as Chas 'n' Dave) were an English pop rock duo, formed in London by Chas Hodges and Dave Peacock. They were most notable as creators and performers of a musical style labelled rockney (a portmanteau of rock and cockney), which mixes "pub singalong, music-hall humour, boogie-woogie piano and pre-Beatles rock 'n' roll".