Welcome to Heather Palmer's Music page
Here is a selection of music that appeals to me. I like classical as well as pop music, but there are not many on-line videos of classical performances. Don't try to play the videos all at once!! They might take a several seconds to download, please be patient.
Please note: if you are using a 64-bit computer none of these videos from You-Tube will work, as Flash does not yet have a version for 64-bit systems. You could try to download the 32-bit version of your browser, e.g. Internet Explorer. Go to this website to read how to do it, but only try it if you are an experienced user: www.ehow.com/how_5865152_change-internet-browser-32-bits.html.
"Wichita Lineman" sung by Glenn Campbell and recorded in 2006, with forest scenery. (3min 44sec)
Play video: "Bright sun-shiny Day" sung by Johnny Nash, with happy images of countryside & people. (3min 26sec)
Play videos of different versions of "Is this the way to Amarillo?" :
Peter Kay's "Amarillo" for Comic Relief © 2005 BBC. (3min 34sec).
Royal Dragoon Guards' "Amarillo", home video from Iraq in 2005. (3min 31sec).
Nobel School's "Amarillo", a leaving present to Mr. Keith Weekes of the Nobel School, Stevenage, July 2006 (3min 09sec).
Tony Christie's "Amarillo", with new words, supporting England in the 2006 World Cup. (3min 25sec).
Play videos of different Pop/Rock Groups of the 1960s & 70s, I expect I'll add more to this group :
The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band's "Urban Spaceman" 1968. (2min 17sec).
David Bowie sings "Major Tom" 1969 with various space & rocket shots. (5min 06sec).
Elton John sings "Rocket Man" 1972 with space launch shots. (4min 44sec).
The Kinks play "Sunny Afternoon" 1966. (3min 28sec).
The Kinks play "I am an Apeman" 1970. (3min 42sec).
The Kinks play "Dedicated Follower of Fashion" 1973. (1min 53sec).
Play different videos of songs by Tom Lehrer:
Tom Lehrer's "Elements" song, one animated version. (1min 30sec)
Tom Lehrer's "Elements" song, another animated version. (1min 25sec)
Tom Lehrer's "We'll all go together when we go", with Tom at the piano. (3min 27sec)
Tom Lehrer's "Pollution" song, with Tom at the piano. (1min 58sec)
Play different videos of songs by Flanders & Swann:
Flanders & Swann "Laws of Thermodynamics" song, with CGI images to illustrate the Laws (2min 45sec)
Flanders & Swann "The Slow Train", a nostalgic song for stations on lines axed by Dr Beeching. (2min 39sec)
Play different videos of songs by The Wurzels:
The Wurzels' "I am a Cider Drinker" song, my favourite food! (2min 42sec)
The Wurzels' "I've got a Brand New Combine Harvester". They don't write songs like this any more ! (3min 02sec)
Play video: The Scaffold's "Lily the Pink" song, a Liverpool group in the 60s. (2min 57sec)
A couple of 1950's songs on video:
The Stargazers sing "I see the moon" , a fun song from the 1950s. (2min 50sec)
Spike Jones & the City Slickers sing "Cocktails for Two", another fun song from the 1950s. (2min 45sec)
Latest update 17 January 2011
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