Complete your Ian Pearce collection. LACD 03. Ian Pearce (2). Tasmanian Jazz Composers Vol. III (CD, Album). Little Arthur Productions.
Ian Anthony Pearce (born 7 May 1974) is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender from 1990 until 2012, notably in the Premier League for Blackburn Rovers where he won the title in 1995. Pearce also played top flight football for Chelsea, West Ham United and Fulham. He played in the Football League for Southampton and Lincoln City, as well as for non-league sides Oxted & District, Kingstonian and Lingfield
Tasmanian Jazz Composers, Volume III released: 1994. Tasmanian Jazz Composers, Volume III. Released 1994. The Caper of Commerce.
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Pearce–Pickering Ragtime Five. Tom Pickering came to Tasmania from South Australia aged twelve. Here he met the Pearce brothers, Cedric and Ian, and they discovered a mutual love of jazz. Tom took up clarinet, Ian trumpet, Cedric drums, and with a friend Rex Green on piano they formed the Barrel House Four. Their first public performance was a twenty-first birthday party in 1936, and they played anywhere for anyone. In 1946 they attended the first Australian Jazz Convention in Melbourne
Complete your Ian Pearce collection. In 1946 they attended the first Australian Jazz Convention in Melbourne
Ian joined Fulham in January 2004 with a contract up to June 2007 that was extended to June 2008 in October 2006. In addition to the red cards totals shown below, whilst as an unused sub, Ian was sent-off after 73 minutes of Lincoln City's League Two game against Cheltenham Town on 14 November 2009 for violent conduct.
Performer: Ian Pearce
Title: Tasmanian Jazz V.3
Size MP3: 1357 mb
Size FLAC: 1994 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Other Formats: AIFF DTS AC3 MMF MPC AU