Michael Graham 'Mickey' Jupp (born 6 March 1944, in Worthing, Sussex, England) is an English musician and songwriter, mainly associated with the Southend music scene. Jupp played in several Southend bands after leaving art college in 1962 and was in the R&B group the Orioles (1963 to late 1965), which included Mo Witham (guitar, vocals) and Bob Clouter (drums), but the band were never recorded.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Mickey Jupp - Switchboard Susan. Mickey Jupp - Some People Cant Dance.
Shampoo Haircut and Shave. Mickey Jupp, a rock & roll traditionalist from the start - he celebrated the clarion call of three chords back in Legend, long before pub rock even existed - already dipped his toe into crossover waters back in 1982, when he teamed with Godley & Creme for Some People Can't Dance, so 1983's Shampoo Haircut and Shave represented a return to.
Mickey Jupp’s best known band is called Legend, appropriate because, the singer is a bit of a legend himself. He is famed for such albums as ‘Juppanese’ and 1971’s ‘Legend’ also known as ‘Red Boot’ thanks to its distinctive cover design. But who is the man who once epitomised down to earth British rock’n’roll? Mickey Jupp was born on March 6, 1944 in Worthing, Sussex. After leaving art college in 1962 began singing and playing piano and guitar with several groups in Southend, Essex, where he then lived.
That being stated, perhaps you mean, Why can’t some people dance well? And to that I would again say, who really has the right to say that? - When you watch dance performed, whether socially or on stage, there are people who can copy movement and execute it in ways that move us emotionally, excite us, impress us and on and on. That takes aptitude just like any other sport, and practice, practice, practice! - It’s like asking why some people can’t dive without making a ripple in the pool, or why some people can’t do The Gienger, a gymnastics skill performed on the uneven bars for women and . .
Albums by Mickey Jupp BandSort:By Album A - Z. Live at the BBC.
|B1||Some People Can't Dance||3:21|
|B4||So That's What It Is||2:51|
|B5||The Gospel Song||4:20|
- Bass – Tex Comer*
- Drums, Percussion – Steve Holly*
- Grand Piano, Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards [Casio M10] – Mickey Jupp
- Guitar [Lead] – Mo Witham
- Producer – Mike Vernon
|6.25032 AO, LLP 5148 AO, 6.25032||Mickey Jupp||Some People Can't Dance (LP, Album)||Line Records, Line Records, Line Records||6.25032 AO, LLP 5148 AO, 6.25032||Germany||1982|
|LPS 1129||Mickey Jupp||Some People Can't Dance (LP, Album)||Jugodisk, Line Records||LPS 1129||Yugoslavia||1988|
|AMLH 68535||Mickey Jupp||Some People Can't Dance (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 68535||Europe||1982|
|AMLH 68535||Mickey Jupp||Some People Can't Dance (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 68535||UK||1982|
|LILP 4.00069 J||Mickey Jupp||Some People Can't Dance (LP, Album)||Line Records||LILP 4.00069 J||Germany||1985|