A video of that song and song lyrics are also included in this post as is information about The Southlanders. The content of this post is presented for historical, cultural, entertainment, and aesthetic purposes. All copyrights remain with their owners. Notes about The Southlanders When Connor was planning the LP Songs of Jamaica, he asked [Vernon] Nesbeth, who he had been coaching in singing, to see if he could put a vocal backing group together.
The recording over, Connor persuaded them to stay together and invited them along to perform with him in cabaret at the Celebrity Restaurant in Central London. It is doubtful if any other artist would take such a risk.
The show was a success. I grew up during that time period in the United States, and I have no recollection of this song. The group went through a variety of names, including The Caribbeans, South Londoners, and Southerners, before settling on The Southlanders. Nesbeth remains with the group to this day, where they continue to perform on cruise ships and in hotels.
The Southlanders was a Jamaican / British vocal group formed in by Edric Connor and The song the group is most identified with is "I am a Mole and I Live in a Hole" (also known as "Mole", "The Mole" and "The Mole in a Hole"). The title. THE MOLE IN THE HOLE The Southlanders - I'm not a bat or a rat or a cat, I' m not a gnu or a kangaroo, I'm not a goose or a moose on the loose, I am a.
The unforgettable title line from the song was spoken by the group's bass voice Harry Wilmot, father of Gary Wilmot. Harry Wilmot died in , when his son was six years old. The song failed to make the UK Singles Chart in , but has been performed at every Southlanders' event since its release.
Group founder Vernon Nesbeth said that the group tried to take the song out of their set but that club managers and audiences insisted upon hearing it. We've even sung it in Japanese", said Nesbeth.
It was the group's only appearance in the chart, in which they spent ten weeks and peaked at Southlanders Mark Nolan, Uploaded on Nov 15, Southlanders -snip- The portion of the film clip that is specifically about the Southlanders group begins at 2: Here are four comments from that video's viewer comment thread http: Traditional Authentic Indian street food style food. Best of all hand made at the hotel by the chefs. We went for the Indian-themed afternoon tea again, this time taking two friends, and it was even better than in September! Just the right amount of sweet things, including tiny crisp tartlets with gulab jamun resting on custard, pistachio and carrot halva, and of course sultana scones, crisp outside and soft inside, with jam and clotted cream.
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