No. A London double decker bus has a seating capacity of 62. For arguments sake lets say we could double that with people standing. That would be 124 people on each bus.
Thus one could fit 124,000 people onto 1000 buses but the population of London is in excess of 9,332,000 people.
Decca Records was created in 1929.
They recorded under the 'Decca' and 'Colombia' labels in the UK - which later becam EMI, and the 'London' label' in the US & Canada.
Joe McElderry Decca Records 347- 353, Chiswick road, London, W4 4HS :) put
1944-1950 (first signed with Decca on August 7, 1944)
The Decca Years - Kaipa album - was created in 2005.
enumerate the sources of warning relating to warnimng malfunction of decca navigation system
The Decca Years - The Kingston Trio album - was created on 2002-04-16.
The Beatles first audition was with Decca records on 1st January 1962. Decca decided not to sign the Beatles.
Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, of "Silence Is Golden" fame. They were local (Dagenham), while the Beatles were from Liverpool in the north, and would have to drive to London for recording sessions.
The cast of The Paul Decca Story - 2004 includes: Stephen Brophy as Neal Starr Colleen Crabtree as Jenny DelGado Tom Kenny as Jerry Dexter Ed Marques as Paul Decca
Decca is a steroid.
Decca Records when they auditioned.
Most famously Decca, but in fact the tape produced in the Decca audition was played to all the major record companies, and they all rejected it.
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a steroid for getting cutt instead of bulking.
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"deca-" means "ten."
Decca notably, but HMV and Columbia, both EMI labels, also turned them down.The Beatles were eventually signed up with Parlophone, a small label of EMI that specialised in novelty acts, but wanted to branch out into pop music.Decca Records, and Dick Rowe.Decca.
I have an Al Jolson "Decca Album 469' which contains 4 records. Belonged to my grandmother just wondering about the value of these. Excellant condition
The Paul Decca Story - 2004 was released on: USA: 15 May 2004 USA: 7 May 2005 (festival screening)
Jessica Mitford went by Decca.
The 1945 Decca record of Walt Disney's Cinderella is a classic soundtrack. It sells online for around 10 dollars apiece, depending on quality.