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  1. Hey do use a favour They changed our local Palais into a bowling alley and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There's Teds in drainpipe trousers and Debs in coffee houses and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There used to be Trams not very quick Gotcha from place to place But now there's just jams half a mile thick I'm walking They stuck parking meters outside our doors to.
  2. Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'be is a musical comedy about Cockney low-life characters in the s, including spivs, prostitutes, teddy-boys and corrupt policemen. The work is more of a play with music than a conventional tioprolicbookrili.missrucpotemadistnelmarkjongfactreti.infoinfo: Frank Norman.
  3. Aug 28,  · Things Ain’t What They Used To Be was written by Mercer Ellington in Mercer, son of Duke Ellington, wrote this piece for his father’s orchestra due to an ASCAP strike that restricted Duke from airing his compositions. Mercer, not under ASCAP, was not restricted by the strike. This is a popular jazz blues head [ ].
  4. Feb 25,  · Fings ain't wot they used t' be. We used to have stars Singers who sung a Dixie melody They're buying guitars plinkerty plonk Backing themselves wiv .
  5. Things Ain't What They Used To Be McCoy Tyner Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, January 16, "Please retry" $ /5(4).
  6. Hey do use a favour They changed our local Palais into a bowling alley and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There's Teds in drainpipe trousers and Debs in coffee houses and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There used to be Trams not very quick Gotcha from place to place But now there's just jams half a mile thick I'm walking They stuck parking meters outside our doors to.
  7. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be is one of the most popular tunes recorded by the Duke Ellington Orchestra, featuring Johnny Hodges on alto. There is a very smooth and nonchalant manner in which the solo develops that is a great model for young improvisors.
  8. This CD contains two of her more "pop" oriented LPs, "Ella" and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be". These diversions are not successful. Of the two LPs, "Ella" is by far the most bizarre: A fiendish collection of mainly rock 'n roll tunes, produced by the talented Richard Perry, this /5(9).

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