Claudia Dunning & Lewis Mcbean | Our Three Shilling Affair

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Our Three Shilling Affair

by Claudia Dunning & Lewis Mcbean

Conceived in the Bigband Swing style of the forties, this original song was written by Neil Armstrong as part of his video art installation themed around the now demolished Queen's Rink Ballroom in the North East coastal town of Hartlepool.
Genre: Jazz: Ballroom Dance
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The featured singers Claudia Dunning and Lewis Mcbean were both part of the Queen's Rink Ballroom project called "Send Three and Fourpence..."

The writer and producer of this song, Neil Armstrong, is a video artist who shows art installation work both nationally and internationally. He has also been a songwriter in various genres for over 40 years. This is the first song he has written for a 17 piece BigBand. The arrangement was undertaken by Gavin Smith who also plays with the featured band Musicians Unlimited; an award winning Bigband based in Hartlepool. Band leader Mick Donnolly often tours with well known acts as musical director around the world.

This song was made for love... we hope you enjoy it and tell your friends. The project was supported by Arts Council England.


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