Written By – MasonWritten-By – Vianello*, Mogul*
|B||When The World Was Our Own
Written-By – Martin Dean
|7N 35231||David Garrick||Go (7", Promo)||Piccadilly||7N 35231||UK||1965|
David Garrick (12 September 1945 – 23 August 2013) was an English singer who was best known for his 1966 pop hit single, "Dear Mrs. Applebee". Born Philip Darrell Core, as a teenager Garrick sang in a Liverpool church choir, but became interested in opera and succeeded in obtaining a scholarship to train as an opera singer in Milan, Italy
David Garrick is known for quasi-novelty hits like the Elizabethan-styled Lady Jane and the singalong Dear Mrs Applebee. But he can also be seen as a forerunner for such singers as Sarah Brightman and Russell Watson who combine classics with popular songs. He was born Philip Core in 1945. The first single was an overblown arrangement of a Eurovision, success, Go, but helped by repeated plays on Radio Caroline South Garrick made the Top 30 with a cover of a Rolling Stones' album track, Lady Jane ; an album of covers, A Boy Named David (1966), was also released. His manager gave him in a penthouse suite and he drove a Rolls-Royce. Life looked promising. For the next single, Garrick recorded a little-known American song called Dear Mrs Applebee, in which the singer is enlisting the help of his girlfriend's mother to win her love.
English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi. Genres. Bollywood Songs Romantic Songs Devotional Songs Ghazals Bhajan Patriotic Songs Kids Songs Rock Songs Disco Songs Sufi Songs. Artists.
Features Song Lyrics for David Garrick's Original Hits: 1966 album. David Garrick - Original Hits: 1966 Album Lyrics. 1. Dear Mrs. Applebee Lyrics. David Garrick Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
Browse the Collection. David Garrick in Hamlet (Shakespeare, Act 1, Scene 4),1754. 911 On view in: Not on view. 1463 On view in: Not on view. Portrait of Rubens with his Wife and Child.
Listen to the biggest hits from David Garrick, including (If It Don't Work Out) Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, D. rs. Applebee, Only a Rose, and more on Slacker Radio. We'll start the music back up once you go through this security check.
David Garrick (Hereford, 19 de febrero de 1717 - Londres, 20 de enero de 1779) fue un actor y dramaturgo británico. Está considerado como una de las principales figuras del teatro del siglo XVIII. Garrick empezó estudiando derecho y literatura junto a Samuel Johnson antes de decidir probar suerte en Londres en 1737. Se volcó en el teatro y debutó en 1741 en la obra Ricardo III de William Shakespeare.