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    RONNIE ALDRICH Vinyl Records and CDs British pianist, conductor (but also tenor saxophonist, violinist, clarinetist, arranger and composer). Worked with: Syd Wyner's Band, Freddie Aspinall, Sam Browne, Elise Carlisle, Freddie Ballerini's Band, Syd Harris and lead in his own band: ''Ronnie Aldrich and the Squadronaires''.
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    One Fine Day by The Hollyridge Strings was written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and was first released by The Chiffons in The Hollyridge Strings released it on the album Oldies but Goldies in It was covered by Lee Collinson, Amy Yassinger, Expulsados, The John Warren Orchestra and other artists.