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Luv To Have A Beer With Duncan“Duncan” (often referred to as “I’d love to have a beer with Duncan”, after a line in the song) was written by Pat Alexander (born in Sydney, NSW, in 1937), and performed by Slim Dusty (David Gordon Kirkpatrick), whose recording of it reached #1 on the singles charts in 1980. The song has since been performed by various artists. The background to the song was from a time when Pat Alexander was selling insurance. Pat had met Duncan Urquhart, the owner of a heat-treatment factory in St Peters (Sydney, NSW) and was trying to sell him an insurance policy (although, as it turned out, he didn’t buy one); Duncan had suggested that they discuss the matter over a beer at the local pub (the Town and Country Hotel in St. Peters), where they met several times, and Pat thought up the song whilst driving home from one of those meetings.
""Shaddup Your FaceIt WENT BIG ALL ROUND THE WORLD !!!!
It went to Number 1 on the Australian pop charts in 1980. It reached Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart on 21 February 1981 and stayed there for three weeks until 14 March 1981; keeping Ultravox's single Vienna off the top spot for all the three weeks it was there. "Shaddap You Face" was also Number 1 in 11 other countries. There have been over 50 different foreign language cover versions, and hundreds more published informally on YouTube with new versions being recorded and uploaded every year. The original release sold over 6 million copies and has remained the most successful Australian-produced single in Australian music history for 33 years straight, with sales of over 450,000+ copies. It was Australia's first triple platinum recording by the old count of 100,000 units equaling platinum status, which has since changed to 75,000 units, then 50,000, and finally 70,000 units. In 2002, "Shaddap You Face" also overtook Slim Dusty's 22-year longevity record for "A Pub with No Beer", which went to Number 1 in 1957, and was Australia's first gold record and only gold 78rpm record. In the US, the song peaked at No. 53 on the Billboard Hot 100. However, it was regularly played on the Dr. Demento show to the point of being No. 6 on the year end Funny 25 that year.
Forest KingfisherThe Forest Kingfisher has a dark royal blue head with pale turquoise on the back. There is a large white spot over the bill. The underparts are white. The male has a white collar. The female has blue on back of neck. Food is insects, spiders, small lizards, frogs and worms. Breeding nests are in tree cavities, banks or roots of fallen trees, and often in termite nests in trees. Lays 3-6 eggs.
"My Sweet Lord""My Sweet Lord" is a song by English musician and former Beatle George Harrison, released in November 1970 on his multi-platinum triple album "All Things Must Pass". Also issued as a single – Harrison's first as a solo artist – "My Sweet Lord" topped charts worldwide and was the biggest-selling single of 1971 in the US.