|A||The White Cliffs Of Dover
Written-By – Burton*, Kent*
|B||Much Too Much
Written-By – Lee Andrews
|L-108||Lee Andrews And The Hearts*||The White Cliffs Of Dover / Much Too Much (7", RE)||Lost Nite Records||L-108||US||1962|
|L-108||Lee Andrews And The Hearts*||The White Cliffs Of Dover / Much Too Much (7", RE)||Lost Nite Records||L-108||US||Unknown|
The White Cliffs of Dover, part of the North Downs formation, is the name given to the region of English coastline facing the Strait of Dover and France. The cliff face, which reaches a height of 350 feet (110 m), owes its striking appearance to its composition of chalk accented by streaks of black flint. The Police song "Too Much Information" from the Ghost In The Machine album features the lyrics: "I've seen the whole world six times over, Sea of Japan to the Cliffs of Dover". The Decemberists' song "We Both Go Down Together" from the album Picaresque begins with the lyrics "Here on these Cliffs of Dover/ So high you can't see over". The song Clover Over Dover from Blur’s 1994 album Parklife details the narrator’s thoughts of suicidal ideation at the Cliffs of Dover.
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They recorded on the Gotham, Rainbow, Mainline, Chess, United Artists, Grand and Gowen labels . The White Cliffs Of Dover" ( 1962 Lost Nite Records) . Doo Wop, (with b-side "Much Too Much"). Bells Of St. Mary" (1962 Lost Nite Records) . Doo Wop (with b-side: "Much To Much)". Just Suppose" (1963 Lost Nite Records) . Doo Wop (with b-side: "It's Me"). Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Lee Andrews & the Hearts are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.
About the White Cliffs of Dover. They stand 300ft (91m) tall and stretch along the coastline for eight miles (13km). They are made up of billions of the crushed shells of tiny sea creatures. They are being eroded by 5-10cm every year although in winter storms several tonnes can fall. Explore the White Cliffs of Dover. So much so, the National Trust has appointed a ence to explore their importance to the nation.
Find white cliffs dover stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection. Panoramic view of the White Cliffs of Dover on the UK coast on an overcast day. One of the Dover to Calais ferries is just visible on the horizon. The famous white cliffs of Dover seen from the beach below. White Cliffs of Dover. Landscape view of white cliffs of Dover from the sea. White chalk cliffs, Seven Sisters National Park. Eastbourne, East Sussex, England.