Bob Sandy & Mimi Martel And The International Cowboys - Too Old To Cut The Mustard / Silver And Gold FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Too Old To Cut The Mustard / Silver And Gold
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Mimi Martel was an American singer, active from 1952–1955. During this time, Martel produced over a dozen singles paired with several backing bands, including The Four Rhythmaires, The Toppers, The Mimi Martel Quartet, Nat Charles and His Orchestra, and the Les Morgan Orchestra. By 1956, Martel had moved from singing into television. Bob Sandy & Mimi Martel And The International Cowboys - Too Old To Cut The Mustard, Silver And Gold (7").
Tennessee Waltz - Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys. Sparrow In The Tree Top - Rex Allen. Always Late (With Your Kisses) - Lefty Frizzell. Old Soldiers Never Die - Gene Autry. Mom And Dad's Waltz - Lefty Frizzell. Down Yonder - Del Wood.
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Bob Marley proceeded with Bob Marley and the Wailers, which included the Wailers Band and the I Threes. In 1975, he had his first own hit outside Jamaica with "No Woman, No Cry", from the Natty Dread album. His subsequent albums, including Rastaman Vibration, Exodus, Kaya, Survival and the last album released during his lifetime, Uprising, were big international sellers. Between 1991 and 2007 Bob Marley and The Wailers sold in excess of 21 million records The Roots Reggae Library has created an overv. Released: 25 October 1974.
Probably from likening the pungency of the spice mustard as a superlative or as something that adds zest to a situation. Possibly derived from the idiom 'to pass muster', an expression for assembling military troops for inspection. A troop who has achieved excellent performance in, for example, a room inspection, is allowed to skip, or "cut" having to stand a formal muster or formation and go on liberty early, etc. Usage evidence does not support this derivation.
Culinary mustard, which is cut (diluted) and made more palatable by the addition of vinegar. Dried mustard paste, which was reputedly used to coat meat and then dried to form a crust. There is no evidence to support these derivations and they give the impression of having been retro-fitted in an attempt at plausibility. This is one of the most contested of all phrases. Another supposed explanation is that the phrase is simply a mistaken version of the military expression 'cut the muster'. There has been an association between the heat and piquancy of mustard and the zest and energy of people's behaviour. This dates back to at least 1672, when the term 'as keen as mustard' is first recorded. Up to mustard' or just 'mustard' means up to standard in the same way as 'up to snuff'. Cutting' has also long been used to mean 'exhibiting', as in the phrase 'cutting a fine figure'.
Impersonator, Live At The High Watt, The Silent Night EP, The First Noel EP, MY WAY, VOL. 1, Christmastime Is Here. Martel and Gray’s vocal blend is so good, at times it is difficult to know who is who. Martel continues his love for cinematic pop on O Little Town Of Bethlehem, with a stirring additional bridge - a skill he has shown a knack for when reimagining old hymns. The big surprise on The Christmastime Is Here EP, though, is a bold rockabilly take on Mariah Carey’s ubiquitous All I Want For Christmas Is You. Martel’s version is so eerily fitting, that you might even feel like you’ve heard it before
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