Terry O'Neill - When You Come To Rest / That Old-Fashioned Cot In Kildare album download
|A||When You Come To Rest|
|B||That Old-Fashioned Cot In Kildare|
NotesTenor with Orchestral accompaniment
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): 88322
- Barcode (Label B Side): 88323
William John Terence Neill (born 8 May 1942) is a Northern Ireland former football player and manager. He captained and later managed Arsenal, guiding the club to a European final in 1980 and three consecutive FA Cup finals between 1978 and 1980, winning a dramatic final against Manchester United in 1979. Before his seven-year spell as manager of Arsenal, he managed Hull City, Tottenham Hotspur and Northern Ireland on a part-time basis.
The snapper on the closest he’s come to death, his love of jazz and the meal he eats three times a week. Born in London, Terry O’Neill, 78, began his career as an airline photographer. His 1959 shot of home secretary Rab Butler asleep at Heathrow led to a job at the Daily Sketch, and soon he was photographing the Beatles. His portraits hang in galleries and private collections worldwide. He has a son with Faye Dunaway, and is now married to Laraine Ashton.
Terence Patrick O'Neill CBE (born 30 July 1938) is a British photographer. He gained renown documenting the fashions, styles, and celebrities of the 1960s. O'Neill's photographs capture his subjects candidly or in unconventional settings. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions. He was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2004 and the Society's Centenary Medal in 2011.
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Terry O’Neill has been up since . 0am when we meet at Chelsea’s Little Black Gallery one fine, sun-streaked December morning. Second only to his jazz habit, of which more later, the 75-year-old photographer is a cricket devotee, the Ashes in this case, heading to bed early the last several nights to rise with the larks and catch the dulcet thwack of leather on willow over Australian soil. He doesn’t look in the least bit tired; bouncing in on the plump soles of a black pair of Nike’s finest.
Terry O’Neill was born in London’s east end in July 1938. I always thought he was an actor – and with every performance, every album – he’d create a new role and character. David Bowie and William Burroughs by Terry O’Neill. He said ‘There’s someone I want you to meet – can you come to the office?’ If David Bowie calls you and wants to introduce you to someone, well, you knew it was going to be good.