Playlist Of Russ Abbot

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    Russ Abbots Atmosphere

    3:15

    Guaranteed to clear any party, this is funnyman Russ Abbot's attempt at music.

    It's enough to make you hunt him down.

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    Russ Abbot – All Night Holiday

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    Russ Abbot - Atmosphere 1984

    3:08

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    RUSS ABBOT - The Space Invaders Meet The Purple People Eater

    2:40

    A rare video from Russ Abbot shown on the children's TV programme, Tiswas, back in 11th October 1980 !!!

    A record which will certainly clear the dance floor of people !!!!

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    Russ Abbot - Ode To A Spouse

    2:32

    B-side to Atmosphere follow-up, 'All Night Holiday', released 1985. Enjoy.

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    Russ Abbot - Cliff - Stereo

    2:59

    A tongue-in-cheek tribute to Cliff Richard from 'Russ Abbot's Madhouse', with the Madhouse Choir, 1981.

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    Russ Abbot - Thoughts Of A Child

    3:07

    B-Side to the classic 'Atmosphere' single, released 1984.

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    Very Funny Song

    2:43

    Very funny song by Russ Abbott I'm just after your cash

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    Ro Ransom - See Me Fall

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    Buy See Me Fall (ft. Kensei Abbot) on iTunes now -
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    Directed by Anthony Pellino
    Produced by Joshua Barbagallo-Ledger
    Director of Photography - Zach Lowry (zachlowrydp.com)
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    2015 S-Rank Records

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    A day in the life of Vince Prince.wmv

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    Classic Russ Abbott track 'A day in the life of Vince Prince' - Cant remember who asked me for this one but here it is .... Definately worth a listen .

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    Russ Abbot in The Job Centre

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    Russ Abbot – Atmosphere

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    Russ Abbot A Day in the life of Vince Prince

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    Russ Abbot 'A Day in the life of Vince Prince'
    Original UK Chart Information:
    Label: EMI
    Cat No: EMI 5249
    Flipside: I love 'em:- Russ 'Geronimo' Abbot
    Chart Position: 61
    Chart Entry: 6 Feb 1982
    Time on Chart: 1 wk
    Re-entry: 20 Feb 1982
    Chart Position: 75
    Time on Chart: 1 wk

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    Russ Abbot - Atmosphere

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    RUSS ABBOT - Atmosphere

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    Russ Abbot - Atmosphere

    5:14

    Cheesy fun!

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    Teddy Boy-Stampin Stan

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    Ok this is a song called The Ballad Of Stampin' Stan (Big Bad John).It's by Russ Abbot as Vince Prince.The story of a Teddy Boy who's girlfriend leaves him for a Punk Shocker!A lot of Teds don't like Russ Abbot because he is a cartoon Ted but I do & I love this song.I never found a video for it so made one.I hope the Teds out there like it.

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    Russ Abbot Cut By The Sabres Of Paradise - Atmosphere

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    When I first saw this I had to do a double-take -- thought I was pretty up on my Sabres stuff, but then I remembered about all the other nonsense that Mr Weatherall was touching up with those godlike hands at this point. I shit you not - I actually heard Martin from Rub-A-Dub play the ORIGINAL version of this outside in Kelvingrove Park at this party they had to commemorate the last day you could drink a carry-out outside before they made it illegal. I remember dancing about when this slowly crept in and after I'd got up off the floor thought, actually, that's not too bad a wee tune.

    I heard last year that Mr Abbot himself has bought the performing rights to this and refuses to let it be played on the radio as it is a dire representation of his talents. Oh yeah??

    Anyway, I reckon Audrey probably knocked this out in about half an hour when he'd had a few, certainly not one of his best but well worth hanging in there for the ending. You'd be a fool not to give it a listen...

    *originally posted on on 1 April 2009*

    As featured on Mr Abbot's Wikipedia page thanks to a random RiG viewer...

    Thanks to Chris for reminding me about this...

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    Ro Ransom - See Me Fall ft. Kensei Abbot

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    Russ Abbot Atmoshphere

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    Russ Abbot / Joy Division - ATMOSPHERE

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    THIS IS THE FOLLOW-UP TO THE MUCH BETTER JOY DIVISION / RUSS ABBOT VERSION

    (Huge thanks to for the idea - it worked way better than I thought it would)

    Joy Division 1980 / Russ Abbot 1984.
    Joy Division released Atmosphere in 1980 shortly before the tragic death of Ian Curtis. Russ Abbot released Atmosphere in 1984 shortly before the well overdue death of his TV career. A dear friend told me in 1985 that he felt the best song ever released was Atmosphere. I thought he was winding me up, because I only knew of the Russ Abbot song. Since then the two songs have always been intertwined in my mind.
    The re-release of Atmosphere had an awful video, so I finally did what had to be done and I have fused them together in unholy matrimony. Russ Abbot is still alive and well. Only the good die young.

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    Abbot, Russ - Atmosphere | Instumental

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    Let's Sing: Abbot, Russ - Atmosphere (with lyrics)

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    Queen Vs Russ Abbot

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    This is like Blurred Lines vs Marvin Gaye all over again

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    Joy Division / Russ Abbot - ATMOSPHERE

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    UPDATE: The reverse Russ Abbot / Joy Division version is here..
    Joy Division 1980 / Russ Abbot 1984.
    Joy Division released Atmosphere in 1980 shortly before the tragic death of Ian Curtis. Russ Abbot released Atmosphere in 1984 shortly before the well overdue death of his TV career. A dear friend told me in 1985 that he felt the best song ever released was Atmosphere. I thought he was winding me up, because I only knew of the Russ Abbot song. Since then the two songs have always been intertwined in my mind.
    The re-release of Atmosphere had an awful video, so I finally did what had to be done and I have fused them together in unholy matrimony. Russ Abbot is still alive and well. Only the good die young.

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    russ abbot atmosphere drum and bass old skool hardcore remix

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    russ abbot atmosphere drum and bass old skool hardcore remix video uploaded at

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    Trev, Russ Abbot and Cory English in my Garden.

    3:05

    This event 'just happened' and it was a great day Russ Abbot and Corey English are both top blokes and it was great to be able to jam with them - especially in my own garden.

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    The Russ Abbot Show: Liberté, égalité, fraternité

    4:17

    The Russ Abbot Show
    90´s
    Recording a scene with wine and not Ribena juice, can cause you problems!

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    Tom Bright - Tortureland

    1:04

    2 x 30 sec. commercials from Blackberry Way Records promoting album release parties @ the Cabooze & Norma Jeans for Tom Bright's Tortureland LP. Voiceover by John Pete.

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    Russ Abbot Atmosphere promo video as shown on Top of The Pops

    2:58

    Promo video for Russ Abbot's hit single as shown on Top of The Pops, January 17th 1985.

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    Reviewing the Situation - Russ Abbott - Oliver! the musical

    4:51

    Reviewing the Situation from the West End production of Oliver!

    Recorded from the show on 28th August 2010.

    Performed by Russ Abbott (Fagin) and the cast of Oliver!

    All copyright remained to the respective parties.

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    Smelly Feet: The Official Music Video

    1:01

    Jess and Gemma on vocals.
    Once again, inspired by India.

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    Abbott Sings for you America

    3:32

    the title says it all. Enjoy kiddos

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    The Black Abbots - Somewhere over thre rainbow.mpg

    3:29

    The Black Abbots,Clive Jones,Lennie Reynolds,Russ Abbot and Bobby turner,these lads were fron Chester in Cheshire

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    RUSS ABBOT & THE BLACK ABBOTS - The Painter - EVOLUTION E3004 - 1971 Northern Soul Pop Dancer

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    TV comedian Russ Abbot in his Black Abbots group. He was the drummer, not the high voiced lead. Catchy Pop Northern Soul dancer

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    Legs & Co - Another One Bites The Dust - TOTP TX: 25/09/1980

    3:41

    Mike Read, Russ Abbot & Leo Sayer present the chart hits of the week from 25th September 1980 featuring Black Slate, Split Enz, Diana Ross, Ottawan, Shalamar, Linx, The Police, Change and a dance sequence by Legs & Co.

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    smelly feet

    3:01

    A modern tale of love and feet and love of feet.

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    Oliver! London 2010 KERRY ELLIS, Steven Hartley and Russ Abbott :D with audio!

    1:42

    This is a few pictures and videos of my time at Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London. It was the best night of my life getting to meet Kerry :)
    She was so lovely x and Steve and Russ were also really nice!!! I got an autograph and photo with them all :D

    I do not own the audio, it is from the Lionel Bart anniversary.

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    Halloween! - Bobby Pickett - Monster Mash -

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    Find this stereo version here:


    Many other novelty hits in true stereo as well!

    from Wikipedia:

    Monster Mash is a 1962 novelty song and the best-known song by Bobby Boris Pickett. Pickett was an aspiring actor who sang with a band called The Cordials at night while going to auditions during the day. One night, while performing with his band, Pickett did a monologue in imitation of horror movie actor Boris Karloff while covering The Diamonds' Little Darlin'. The audience loved it and co band member, Lenny Capizzi encouraged Pickett to do more with the Karloff imitation.

    Pickett and Capizzi composed Monster Mash and recorded it with Gary Paxton, Leon Russell, Johnny McCrae and Rickie Page, credited as The Cryptkickers. This song was partially inspired by Paxton's earlier novelty hit Alley Oop, as well as by the Mashed Potato dance craze of the era.

    The song is narrated by a mad scientist whose monster, late one evening, rises from a slab to perform a new dance. The dance becomes a hit when the scientist throws a party for other monsters. The producers came up with several low-budget, but effective sound effects for the recording. For example, the sound of a coffin opening was imitated by a rusty nail being pulled out of a board. The sound of a cauldron bubbling was actually water being bubbled through a straw and the chains rattling were simply chains being dropped on a tile floor. Pickett also impersonated the horror actor Bela Lugosi as Dracula when he said, What ever happened to my Transylvania Twist?

    On October 20, 1962, eight weeks after it was recorded, Monster Mash reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart just in time for Halloween. It has been a perennial holiday favorite ever since. The single was re-released twice, the first re-release was in 1970, and the second re-release resulted in the single peaking at #10 in early-May, 1973. The song remains a staple on oldies radio.

    Monster's Holiday, a Christmas-themed follow up, was released in December 1962 and peaked at #30 on the Billboard chart. The tune was penned by the renowned novelty song composer Paul 'Oops! upside ya head' Harrison.

    The Bonzo Dog Band released a version of Monster Mash on their 1969 album Tadpoles.

    Bobby 'Boris' Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers charted with Monster Mash in the UK in 1973 where it peaked at #3 in the early October. The BBC banned the record in 1962 on the grounds they thought the song was too morbid. Hence part of the reason why the record failed in the UK.

    In 2005, Climate Mash, a version with re-written lyrics about global warming and new vocals by Pickett, was released on the Internet by the organization Clear the Air. Monster Mash was written by Pickett and Leonard Capizzi.

    Stereo remix from original 3 track master.

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    bbc 1 christmas 1989 the russ abbott christmas show slide trail

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    THE BLACK ABBOTS --- MY FOOLISH HEART.mpg

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    The Black Abbots a great band from the Chester area here in the Uk.
    A very popular Comedy show Band,with Clive Jones,Lead Vocals & Bass Guitar,,Lenny Reynolds Lead Vocals & Piano,and Bobby Turner, Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals,Russ Abbot,Drums and comedy

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    Ted Chippington - Atmosphere

    2:52

    Ted Chippington's version of the Russ Abbot party, err, 'classic'. From the 1986 album 'Man In A Suitcase'

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    The Black Abbots - How about me .mpg

    2:44

    This is The Black Abbots from Chester these were a very well known popular band in the late 1960s to early 1980.
    They recorded many a single and an Album.

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    Leader of The Pack .

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    Oliver! Stage Door London - Kerry Ellis, Steven Hartley and Russ Abbott 27/08/10

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    This is a few pictures and videos of my time at Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London. It was the best night of my life getting to meet Kerry :)
    She was so lovely x and Steve and Russ were also really nice!!! I got an autograph and photo with them all :D

    No copyright infringemant intended.

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    val hooligan1 .AVI

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    val hooligan

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    BTM - From An Imaginary Place

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