Ted Dicks

Born 5 May 1928. Died 27 January 2012
Ted Dicks
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1928-05-05
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Ted Dicks

Ted Dicks Biography (Wikipedia)

Ted Dicks (5 May 1928 – 27 January 2012) was an English composer. He is best known for composing the music for the novelty songs "Right Said Fred" and "The Hole in the Ground". They were both Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart in 1962, recorded by Bernard Cribbins with lyrics by Myles Rudge, and produced by George Martin for Parlophone. Another song by Dicks and Rudge, "A Windmill in Old Amsterdam", was a million-seller hit in 1965 for Ronnie Hilton.

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Catweazle
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Right Said Fred
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Busy Boy
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Busy Boy
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Catweazle Theme
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