Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (Karel Reisz, UK, 1960) Movie trailer.
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Saturday Night, Sunday Morning is a live recording of The Stranglers in concert. By coincidence, it was Hugh Cornwell's last concert with the band that had been recorded for posterity. The tracks were mixed by Stuart MacMillan at Central Television Music Studio (Birmingham) in 1990. The mix session was attended by . Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield, with Hugh Cornwell not attending. This recording was eventually released in 1993, as Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
Come Saturday night, he's off to the pub for a loud and rowdy beer session. With him is Brenda, his girlfriend of the moment. Married to a fellow worker, she is nonetheless captivated by his rugged good looks and his devil-may-care attitude. Also the art design of the album was influenced by the realist images of British working class neighborhoods and night life in "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning".
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is the first novel by British author Alan Sillitoe and won the Author's Club First Novel Award. It was adapted by Sillitoe into a 1960 film starring Albert Finney, directed by Karel Reisz, and in 1964 was adapted by David Brett as a play for the Nottingham Playhouse, with Ian McKellen playing one of his first leading roles.
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Director Karel Reisz's Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, the classic story of an angry young man, heralded a new kind of cinema for British audiences. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is a classic social realist film of the British New Wave. The British New Wave and La Nouvelle Vague. Interestingly, this film emerged at the same time as Jean-Luc Godard's debut feature A Bout De Souffle (Breathless).
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning photos, posters, stills and award nominations.
|A2||Two Dukes A-Rovin'|
|A4||Green Grows The Willow Tree|
|A7||Hunting The Buck|
|A10||Hop Up My Ladies|
|B1||Been A Long Time A-Travelling|
|B2||The Day Is Past And Gone|
|B3||Father Get Ready|
|B4||Guide Me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah|
|B5||I've Got A Mother|
|B6||Sing To Me Of Heaven|
|B8||God Bless Them Moonshiners|
- Dulcimer – Jean Ritchie
- Violin – Roger Sprung
NotesOriginal pressing with white deep groove labels having black and blue/green printing.
"Sung by Jean Ritchie, accompanying herself on mountain dulcimer; occasional violin and banjo accompaniment by Roger Sprung; May, 1956."
|RLP 12-620||Jean Ritchie||Saturday Night And Sunday Too (LP, Album, Mono, RP)||Riverside Records||RLP 12-620||US||Unknown|
Performer: Jean Ritchie
Title: Saturday Night And Sunday Too
Date of release: 1956
Style: Appalachian Music
Genre: Folk music
Size MP3: 1692 mb
Size FLAC: 1802 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: MPC AAC RA AAC MIDI DTS TTA