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Performer: Tom Erich And His Soloists
Title: Five O' Clock Tea
Style: Music Hall, Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening
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P 13049 R. Tom Erich And His Soloists. Five O'Clock Tea No. 7 ‎(10", Album).

Five O´clock Tea : To dobrý je v nás tour - Hudební klub Le Garage Noir Děčín - 1. Five o'clock tea - Ya Basta (lyric video). com/fiveoclocktea this site: open. Five O'Clock Tea (Vo. D) - Tom Erich & His Soloists 2 years ago. Tom Erich recorded 2 volumes of "Five O'Clock Tea" in 1958-59. This is the 1nd vol. Tom played the piano, while Johnny Meyer on the accordion, Ger. TEA FIVE Kaposváron az Agórában knockin'on heaven's door GNR (cover). györgy Bernhardt 4 years ago.

It's Five O'clock" is a song by the Greek band Aphrodite's Child from their 1969 studio album It's Five O'Clock. It was also released as a single (in 1969 or 1970 on Mercury Records). The song was written by Evangelos Papathanassiou and Richard Francis. The song reached no. 6 in Switzerland and no. 11 in the Netherlands

Afternoon tea, that most quintessential of English customs is, perhaps surprisingly, a relatively new tradition. Whilst the custom of drinking tea dates back to the third millennium BC in China and was popularised in England during the 1660s by King Charles II and his wife the Portuguese Infanta Catherine de Braganza, it was not until the mid 19th century that the concept of ‘afternoon tea’ first appeared. Afternoon tea was introduced in England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, in the year 1840. The Duchess would become hungry around four o’clock in the afternoon

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Five-o-clock was first used in 1840 by the Duchess of Bedford Anna, the maid of honor of Queen Victoria. In those years the Tea Party occurred in 4 hours, so the ceremony was called the four-o-clock. In the 20th century tea time was moved for one hour. So there was an afternoon tea. This time is aimed not only to satisfy ones hunger, but an excellent way to spend a secular meeting in England. The British have their lunch at about 1-2 o’clock pm. Afternoon tea is called high tea, meaning the amount of food  . So you can see that the tea breaks in England is quite logical and natural, they are caused by hunger arising between meals. It’s also a good excuse to relax a little and lift your mood.


A1 La Petite Valse
A2 Jambalaya
A3 Je Moet Niet Huilen
A4 Douce France
A5 Sugarbush
A6 Steppin' Out
A7 'N Hollands Kind
A8 Too Young
A9 Walkin' My Baby Back Home
A10 Eenmaal
A11 Sam's Song
A12 Cry
A13 Onder Die Lantaren
A14 Pigalle
A15 Half As Much
A16 I'm Looking Over
A17 Kijk Eens In De Poppetjes Van Mijn Ogen
B1 Margie
B2 Vergeet Mij Niet
B3 Can I Canoe Up The River
B4 Ka Do De La Toe
B5 I Went To Your Wedding
B6 Botch-A-Me
B7 Because Of You
B8 Mexicali Rose
B9 's Avonds Als Het Kampvuur Brand
B10 Nevertheless
B11 Meet Mr. Callaghan
B12 Jealous Heart
B13 O' O Het Spijt Me Zo
B14 Avril Au Portugal
B15 Wishing
B16 C'est Si Bon
B17 When I Take My Sugar To Tee
B18 Cinatown My Chinatown


  • Accordion – Johnny Meyer*
  • Contrabass – Ger Daalhuizen*
  • Guitar – Wim Sanders
  • Piano – Tom Erich
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