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Franklin included a live recording on the album Aretha in Paris (1968). At first a ballad, it was written by Redding for Speedo Sims, who intended to record it with his band, the Singing Demons. Redding rewrote the lyrics and sped up the rhythm.

After two years there he went to London, where he was presented at court. At the time he was described as a tall, clean-limbed, handsome man with red hair. Antrim spent the next ten years in England, with only occasional, brief visits to Ireland.

The film’s critical reception in North America was very positive. It got plenty of press coverage following its debut showings at festivals in Montreal and Toronto. In his very favourable 1997 review, American online film critic James Berardinelli labelled the film a powerful condemnation of war that shares several qualities with the German films Das Boot and Stalingrad.

He won a second Munster winners’ medal that year as Cork defeated Tipperary by 3–11 to 1–5. The subsequent All-Ireland final saw Cork take on Wexford, a team Cummins remembered from his minor days. A high-scoring game followed, however, Cork were the victors by 5–13 to 4–7, giving Cummins a second All-Ireland under-21 medal.

The first home editions were produced in 1956 by the Transogram Company. These versions, based on the Jack Barry-hosted version of the show, featured a gameboard with rotating categories that operated similarly to the board on TV.

There was some remission of taxation and each year the treasurer was able to show a surplus. The great Burrinjuck Dam for which the Carruthers government was responsible was started, and special care was taken that the consequent increase in the value of the land should be preserved for the people generally and not merely the landholders.

Incorporating Afro-Cuban, Indian, and African percussion instruments and influence, in addition to using the standard trap set, Drake has collaborated extensively with top free-jazz improvisers. Drake also has performed world music; by the late 70s, he was a member of Foday Musa Suso’s Mandingo Griot Society and has played reggae throughout his career.