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Hawkshaw is credited with the co-composition (with B. Henry) of "I Feel So Good", a 1966 release by Manchester's Playboys (Fontana TF745).

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"Right from the start, everyone had a view about the Countdown theme tune, written especially for the programme by the seasoned television composer Alan Hawkshaw. But Alan had almost said no to one of the most lucrative commissions in TV history. The station's head of music, Keith Morgan, had asked him to write it. He was busy with Arthur C. Clarke's new series, but said he could just about manage to squeeze it in. With only a few weeks left until we were in the studio, after hearing nothing, Keith rang Alan to remind him about the theme tune.

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Fox, widely considered one of country music's greatest fiddlers, worked the Opry more frequently as background instrumentalist than as a star. As he was appearing on the Opry on March 29, 1963, Ruby was killed in a fire at home. It was the most grim month in Opry history as Ruby was the fifth Grand Ole Opry star to die that month, following Patsy Cline , Hawkshaw Hawkins , Cowboy Copas , and Jack Anglin . Fox was reinstated as an official Grand Ole Opry member shortly afterward but he retired by 1970.


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