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Roberts; 18 September 1947) is an English, and actor. Born in Chester he first came to public notice during the 1970s as the singer and drummer with British comedy showband the Black Abbots, along with Leonard 'Lenny' Reynolds, later forging a prominent solo career as a television comedian with his own weekly show on British television. Continuing his musical career as a solo artist Abbot released several charting singles and albums. Latterly his career has continued with a shift into more mainstream serious acting in television shows, series and stage productions. Contents • • • • • • • • Career [ ] As a drummer/backing singer, Abbot founded the Black Abbots in during the mid-1960s and released several singles to modest chart success on minor labels in the early 1970s. The band only signed their first major in 1977, putting out a series of comedy singles and a lone live album with Abbot now taking lead vocals, before disbanding in 1980.
Later on he appeared as a comedian, winning the Funniest Man On Television award five times. Abbot appeared on the television show under his birth name (Russ Roberts). From 1980 onward, he released some albums as a solo artist, and appeared in several TV series. The most successful of his music singles was called 'Atmosphere', which did well in the UK top 10, peaking at #7 in 1984. [ ] Russ Abbot's Madhouse and showcased his talents as an all-round entertainer, attracting millions of viewers. This show was especially popular among younger viewers, prompting two annuals to be published in 1982-83. These annuals featured based on popular characters, plus some publicity photos of Abbot in a variety of guises, including his well-known satire featuring characters named Basildon Bond and Miss Funnyfanny (based on the fictional MI6 spy duo and ).
In 1993, Abbot hosted an Elvis special of, originally to be presented by, who suffered serious injuries in a car crash in October 1992. Abbot was brought in as a temporary host and this was the only episode he hosted. He was replaced by, who then hosted the show until 2004 as Crowther was unable to return and he died in 1996. [ ] From 2000, Abbot played the lead role in the British National Tour of. Taking a break over the Christmas period, Abbot stepped down for to take the part, but returned to the tour subsequently. In 2003, his 'See You Jimmy' character (called C. Jimmy) came third in the ''s poll to find the most Scottish person in the world, behind.
[ ] Abbot's theatre roles include Alfred P. Doolittle in (starring ) at the and on tour; The Narrator in; Grandpa Potts in at the and in both in 1998 and 2009. [ ] From July 2007, he took over the role of in the UK tour of. In 2008, Abbot appeared as the in the stage production of at the. [ ] In 2008, the announced that Abbot would be joining the cast of for the show's 30th series. He played Luther 'Hobbo' Hobdyke, who was the leader of a group consisting also of Entwistle, played by and Alvin, played.
In 2008 he guest starred in episode 'Secrets of the Stars' as a character called Martin Trueman, an astrologer who was possessed by the Ancient Lights. On 8 August 2009, Abbot appeared in an episode of playing a pet shop owner. This marked Abbot's second Casualty role - he previously appeared as a different character in a 1999 episode. He appeared on 's parodying the character he played in Casualty. In 2009, when fell ill during the original run of 's West End revival of, Abbot stepped into the role of for the second time.
He has again taken the role, after left the show on 12 June 2010. [ ] In 2014-16 he co-starred in the BBC sitcom. Family [ ] Abbot has been married to the former Patricia Simpson since 1967; the couple have four children. Discography [ ] Singles [ ] • 1980 - 'Space Invaders Meet the Purple People Eater' / 'Country Cooper Man' • 1982 - 'A Day In The Life of Vince Prince' ( No. 61, one week; re-entered at No. 75 two weeks later for one week) • 1984 - 'Atmosphere' (UK No.
7, in chart for thirteen weeks) • 1985 - 'All Night Holiday' (UK No. 20, in chart for seven weeks) • 1985 - 'Let's Go To The Disco' (No UK chart placing) • 2009 - 'Atmosphere' - Basildon Bond's Madhouse Mix Albums [ ] • 1984 - Russ Abbot's Madhouse • 1985 - I Love A Party - ( No.
• • Length 4: 05 Martin Hannett Joy Division singles chronology ' (1980) ' Atmosphere' (1980) ' (1980) ' Atmosphere' (1980) 1988 release Music video on ' Atmosphere' is a song by English band. It was originally released in March 1980 by the label as ' Licht und Blindheit' ( for 'Light and Blindness'), a France-only limited edition single featuring the track 'Dead Souls' as the.
Following Ian Curtis's death two months later, it was re-released as a 12' single by with ' as the B-side. The single was re-released in 1988 to coincide with the release of the compilation album, and a music video was produced for the song. Contents • • • • • • • • • Release [ ] The song was originally released on 18 March 1980 by the label as a France-only single under the title 'Licht und Blindheit' ( for 'Light and Blindness'). It was limited to 1578 copies [ ] and featured the track 'Dead Souls' as the. Played 'Atmosphere' for the first time on his show on 11 March 1980 and 'Dead Souls' the following night. Following the death of lead singer in May 1980, 'Atmosphere' was released as a single along with '.
'Atmosphere' was the A-side for the UK release but the B-side for the USA release. 'She's Lost Control' is an alternative version of the one that appears on the band's debut album. The single peaked at number 1 in New Zealand in August 1981, and it would later re-chart there in July 1984 (number 17) and when it was reissued in August 1988 (number 5). 'Atmosphere' also hit number 34 in the during June 1988, and pick the number 2 spot on the UK indie chart in July 1988.
[ ] The single was re-released in 1988 to coincide with the release of the compilation album. Music video [ ] A was released for the song with the single's re-release in 1988. It contains characters wearing black-hooded and white burial carrying around large pictures of the band. It was directed by (responsible for much of the early Joy Division photography, and who later directed the biopic ). Reception [ ] Ned Raggett of wrote, 'Atmosphere' is another one of those prime Joy Division songs, like 'Transmission' or ', where Martin Hannett's production becomes so essential to the end result that it couldn't have been heard otherwise', noting that, in regards to Ian Curtis's mental state and subsequent death, 'there's a feeling of a requiem here, an awesome musical farewell.' Joy Division's bassist,, has said he regards the song as one of the band's greatest.
Legacy [ ] voted the song number 1 in its list 'The 20 Greatest Tracks'. The song featured in the film just after Ian Curtis's suicide is portrayed. The song is also used at the end of the Ian Curtis biopic. It was also played at 's funeral.
The song was used in of the British TV series. The song was used in of the series. The song was used in the final scene of the 2016 Australian film. The song was used in the 2016 American film. Track listings [ ] All songs written and composed by Joy Division (,, and ). 'Licht und Blindheit' (7') Side A No.
Title Length 1. 'Atmosphere' 4:10 Side B No. Title Length 1. 'Dead Souls' 4:53 'Atmosphere' (12') Side A No. Title Length 1. 'Atmosphere' 4:10 Side B No.
Izotope Alloy 2 Keygen Download. Title Length 1. 'She's Lost Control' 4:45 1988 re-release 7' Side A No. Title Length 1.
'Atmosphere' 4:10 Side B No. Title Length 1. 'The Only Mistake' 4:19 12' Side A No. Title Length 1. 'Atmosphere' 4:10 Side B No. Title Length 1.
'The Only Mistake' 4:19 2. 'Sound of Music' 3:55 CD Track listing No. Title Length 1. 'Atmosphere' 4:10 2.
'Transmission (Live)' 3:37 3. 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' 3:27 Chart positions [ ] Chart (1981) Peak position New Zealand () 1 Chart (1984) Peak position New Zealand () 17 Chart (1988) Peak position New Zealand () 5 34 See also [ ] • References [ ].