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King Eric And His Knights - Once Is Not Enough (When You Visit The Bahamas) mp3 track

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Performer: King Eric And His Knights
Title: Once Is Not Enough (When You Visit The Bahamas)
Category: Reggae
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Tracklist

A Once Is Not Enough (When You Visit The Bahamas) 3:10
B Once Is Not Enough (When You Visit The Bahamas) Instrumental 3:10

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Elite Recording Company

Credits

  • Arranged By – King Eric And His Knights
  • Words By, Music By – Eric Minns

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): VOCAL CICIERO
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): INST CICIERO

WHEN UTHER PENDRAGON WAS KING of England his vassal, the Duke of Cornwall, was reported to have committed acts of war against the land. When the duke arrived before the king, the great lords of the council made peace between them so that the king offered his friendship and his hospitality. Then Uther looked at the Lady Igraine and saw that she was as beautiful as he had heard

His version, recorded in New York around June 1927, was titled "Nobody Needs You When You're Down and Out" and used some different lyrics with emphasis on the hard times. On January 15, 1929, influential boogie-woogie pianist Pinetop Smith recorded "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" in Chicago. In it the lyrics are spoken rather than sung to Smith's piano accompaniment. I believe that it was a song that he and Eric both had in common. This song was recorded live, vocals and all, with no overdubs. Although it did not appear on their 1973 In Concert album, a recording from the Fillmore East on October 24, 1970 was later included on the expanded Live at the Fillmore album released in 1994. For this version, Clapton played all the guitar parts and Whitlock performed on piano.

The Story of King Arthur and His Knights is a 1903 novel by the American illustrator and writer Howard Pyle. The book consists of a large series of episodes in the legend of the mythological king of Britain King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table. It was followed by The Story of the Champions of the Round Table, The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions, and The Story of the Grail and the Passing of King Arthur.

But Uther promised to give his baby to Merlin, so Merlin took the baby, Arthur, to live with Sir Ector. 2. How did Arthur become King Of Britain? Arthur became King of England by drawing the sword from the stone. Queen Isaud intended Iseult and King Mark to drink the love potion on their wedding day; Lancelot was reminded of his own impossible love affair with Guinevere. I see a Black sail, said Iseult of the White Hands. Why did she say this?

When Arthur was older, Merlin began to visit Arthur and teach him. The main thing Merlin tried to teach Arthur was that knowledge was more important than force. Merlin hoped that Arthur would become a wise king who would bring together all the various groups fighting for the crown. Arthur was pleased with the gift because it had enough space for all of his knights and it allowed them to discuss things as equals. Each seat had the name of one of Arthur’s knights on it except for one seat which was nameless. This seat became known as the Siege Perilous. Even though there is not a lot of evidence for the existence of King Arthur, a number of scholars believe that the legend of King Arthur is based on a real person or a number of people from the Dark Ages (476-800). It was common during this time for storytellers to give the heroes of their stories supernatural qualities.

The famous Round Table was used by King Arthur and his knights to show that all were equal. Many people have read the legends of King Arthur and his knights. As the legends say, Arthur fought against the Anglo-Saxon invaders. The famous Round Table was used by King Arthur and his knights to show that all were equal. Here are some of the legends of King Arthur and his knights. P as t I. King Uther and Merlin. Once there was a king in Brita-in called King Uther. He loved the beautiful princess Igraine, and he wanted to marry her, but she did not love him. There was a magician named Merlin, who lived in that country.

And when they saw the scripture some assayed, such as would have been king. But none might stir the sword nor move it. He is not here, said the Archbishop, that shall achieve the sword, but doubt not God will make him known. Sir Thomas Mallory, King Arthur And His Knights. Now, said Sir Ector to Arthur, I understand ye must be king of this land. stripped from the Duke of Clarence before his fateful encounter with the butt of malmsey. Did not even Shakespeare calmly give cannon to the Romans and suppose every continental city to lie majestically beside the sea? By the old writers, accuracy in these matters was disregarded, and anachronisms were not so much tolerated as unperceived.

There was King Arthur, at his headquarters at Camelot, who gathered his 12 or 24 knights around a round table to convey the idea of equality. Everybody went looking for the very cup Christ had used at his last supper. One of Arthur's knights was Sir Lancelot. He was the poster child of chivalry and the father of Sir Galahad. He also shagged King Arthur's wife Queen Guinevere.