referencing Bright Eyes, 7", Single, 9096. I recorded this after my meteoric rise to fame on Tiswas! Needless to say it didn’t dent the Top 100. Although it has given me a taste of fame over the past 30 years and I even recreated the versionat Carfest 2015 before 40,000 fans Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 6 For Sale from €. 2.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Matthew Butler. was sampled in. Fiver to Bigwig by Osymyso (2002). is a cover of. Bright Eyes by Art Garfunkel (1978).
The Four Bucketeers were an ad-hoc group from the ITV children's programme Tiswas. Officially, the Four were Chris Tarrant, Sally James, John Gorman and Bob Carolgees; sometimes Lenny Henry contributed as well. Gorman was the musical talent in the group, having been part of The Scaffold and the Grimms. The musicians backing them up included Ollie Halsall (guitar), John Halsey (drums) and Clive Griffiths (bass). A third single was released from the album featuring Matthew Butler (the 6 year old who dressed as a rabbit) singing "Bright Eyes". Roberts, David (2006).
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Matthew butler on tiswas singing bright eyes. Matthew's act was to sing "Bright Eyes" in an endearingly childlike way, prompting laughter and applause from the audience, although Matthew himself did not seem aware of the comedy value of his singing. All of his recitals of 'Bright Eyes' were performed with him dressed in a bunny rabbit costume, holding a large felt carrot. After his debut in early 1980, he was invited back two weeks later to sing another song - Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall". The song was included on The Four Bucketeers LP, a piece of Tiswas merchandise. Matthew took the opportunity to perform his song in front of a paying audience at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, on the Tiswas team's Four Bucketeers tour. His rabbit costume and carrot were made by his mother.
The Four Bucketeers were an ad-hoc group from the ITV children's programme "Tiswas". The musicians backing them up were Ollie Halsall (guitar), John Halsey (drums), Morgan Fisher (keyboards) and Clive Griffiths (bass) . A third single was released from the album featuring Matthew Butler (the 6 year old who dressed as a Rabbit) singing the rock classic "Bright Eyes" (from Watership Down. This apparently reached Number 121 in the UK Charts.
Bright Eyes" is a song written by Mike Batt and performed by Art Garfunkel. It was written for the soundtrack of the 1979 British animated adventure drama film Watership Down, and was later used in the television series of the same name explicitly as its theme song.
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