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Don Estelle - Pretend album mp3
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Pretend
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All of Me is the third studio album by English R&B recording artist and producer Estelle. It was first released on 24 February 2012 in Ireland, 28 February in the United States and 12 March in the United Kingdom. Estelle confirmed her third album would be entitled All of Me in 2009. The album was originally led by the single "Freak" featuring Kardinal Offishall and produced by David Guetta.

Don Estelle (22 May 1933 – 2 August 2003) was a British actor and singer best known as Gunner "Lofty" Sugden in It Ain't Half Hot Mum. Born Ronald Edwards in Crumpsall, Manchester, Lancashire, he was brought up in a house on Russell Street, Crumpsall. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Whispering Grass: The Best of Don Estelle Don Estelle Album.

Comic actor who became an unlikely pop star. Estelle and Windsor went on to make the album Sing Lofty, which reached the top 10 and sold 80,000 copies, before being re-released to sell another 250,000 copies, making it one of EMI's top 20 bestselling albums. Estelle also featured on an LP with the cast of It Ain't Half Hot Mum. Singing had been his preoccupation since he was a boy. Born in Manchester, he was evacuated to Darwen, near Blackburn, during the second world war.

Don Estelle news, gossip, photos of Don Estelle, biography, Don Estelle girlfriend list 2016. Relationship history. Don Estelle relationship list. Don Estelle dating history, 2019, 2018, list of Don Estelle relationships. British Actor Don Estelle was born on 22nd May, 1933 in Crumpsall, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK and passed away on 2nd Aug 2003 Rochdale, Lancashire, England, UK aged 70. He is most remembered for Gunner 'Lofty' Sugden - It Ain't Half Hot Mum (onscreen & record). His zodiac sign is Gemini. Don Estelle is a member of the following lists: 20th-century English male actors, English male television actors and 21st-century English singers.

Don Estelle, the actor and singer who died on Saturday aged 70, was best known for the eight years he spent in the role of Gunner "Lofty" Sugden, the bespectacled diminutive sidekick to Windsor Davies's Sgt-Major Williams in the television comedy series It Ain't Half Hot Mum. Set in 1945 at the Royal Artillery Depot in Deolali, India, It Ain't Half Hot Mum was written by David Croft and Jimmy Perry and based on Perry's experiences as a sergeant in a Royal Artillery concert party in Burma. Don Estelle, small (4ft 9in), chubby and vulnerable, was the perfect comic foil to the Sgt-Major and his bullying banter (he regularly called his troops a "bunch of pooftahs"). They also recorded an album, Sing Lofty, which has sold more than 300,000 copies and is one of EMI's top 20 selling regular albums.

Don't kill a rose Before it could bloom Fly, baby, fly Out the cocoon. If I could, if I could If you could Find the words to say Find the words to say Find the words In the garden Shed Go. Don't kill a rose Before it could bloom Fly, baby, fly Out the cocoon

Estelle’s third album All of Me released in 2010 featured collaborations with Rick Ross on the lead single Break My Heart and Nas on Fall in Love. In 2013 through BMG, Estelle was able to set up her own label, New London Records which allowed her more creative control and a platform to release the Love and Happiness EP’s. Having collaborated with artists from: Faithless, Busta Rhymes, Gym Class Heroes and Chris Brown, Estelle has truly blossomed into a world class star in her own right.

Don Estelle, Actor: Not Now, Comrade. Don Estelle was born on May 22, 1933 in Manchester, England as Ronald Edwards. He is known for his work on Not Now, Comrade (1976), It Ain't Half Hot Mum (1974) and Dad's Army (1968). He was married to Elizabeth. He died on August 2, 2003 in Rochdale, Lancashire, England.

Tracklist

A Pretend
B Rerstless Wind

Notes

Demonstration Record Not For Sale

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BP 323 Don Estelle Pretend ‎(7", Pus) United Artists Records, Liberty/United Records (UK) Ltd. BP 323 UK 1979