Hoots Mon
Lord Rockingham's XI Lyrics


Hoots mon, there's a moose loose aboot this hoose

Hoots mon it's a bracht bricht moonlit nicht.

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Ian Beddowes

Red Price the big tenor sax player with the glasses is seriously under-recognised. He was the first British rock sax player. He came from Liverpool, he was also a jazz musician and a front man for the Ted Heath Band. Cherry Wainer on Hammond Organ came from East London South Africa. Both deserve recognition in the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in my view.


Dont forget the late Benny Green, on an enforced sojourn from Scotts Club, and so it is said, not too keen to be associated with what the Jazz crowd considered quite low brow, hence the dark glasses. :)

Rich Sackett

Don Storer too. What a drummer.


Never get bored of this tune. Want it played at my funeral


Get this video playing at it and I'll make an appearance if available


Me 3

Chris Jones

Its the one thing I have specified about mine too.

Julie H

Snap... this is gonna be the final swing at the end.

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Louise Jamie

This is such a great record especially considering it’s 60+ years old. The saxophone work is awesome 😬👍❤️

Simon Gleaden

I'm no saxophone expert but it sounds good to me.

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