Beefeater - Need A Job album flac
|Need A Job|
|OTR EP 106||Beefeater||Need A Job (12", MiniAlbum)||Olive Tree Records||OTR EP 106||US||1986|
|WET 004T, WET4T||Beefeater||Need A Job (12")||Wetspots Records, Wetspots Records||WET 004T, WET4T||UK||1988|
From the EP "Need a Job" (1986).
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A beefeater is a member of the Yeoman Warders, a ceremonial guard that oversees the Tower of London in England . The origins of the term beefeater are a bit obscure.
Their nickname is Beefeater. Where does the name Beefeater originate from? The name Beefeaters is often thought to come from the French word - 'buffetier'. Buffetiers were guards in the palace of French kings. They protected the king's food. However, the name Beefeater is more likely to have originated from the time when the Yeomen Warders at the Tower were paid part of their salary with chunks of beef. This took place right up until the 1800s. The Queen's Body Guard, known as the Yeomen of the Guard, are a bodyguard of the British Monarch.
Beefeater: Spend £100 for a plate of chicken wings worth £. 9. Diners must spend £100 to get 500 points and qualify for a £5 voucher at family-friendly grill chain Beefeater. This is the equivalent of a plate of five crispy chicken wings - worth £. 9 - or nearly 20 times the value of the complimentary item. The chain claims that customers can upgrade points to get a voucher to exchange for a bottle of wine or two puddings but it's not clear if they have to spend extra. High-street chain Subway offers a similar deal to Beefeater. Loyal customers get 10 point for every £1 spent, but they'll need an enormous 1,000 points for a regular sandwich. In practice, it means you would have to spend £100 to get your regular free sandwich worth £. 0. 4. To claim a Beefeater rump steak at £1. 9 you'll need to spend more than £200.
The job of Beefeater has its’ perks, of course; Yeomen Warders have the unique privilege of being able to live in the Tower! A portion of their salaries is given over as rent and many of the apartments in the Tower date from the 13th century.
During times of starvation and pestilence in England and in particular London, the only people who were probably guaranteed a good meal and a safe place to sleep were the guards of the Tower. After all, you had to be able to trust the Warders who were guarding the Crown Jewels otherwise they may well exchange some of the jewels for a good meal
The job of Town Crier can be traced back as far as the Battle of Hastings in 1066 when the news was passed on to the general public by individuals employed by the king. Basically, a Town Crier was a kind of talking newspaper, but today a lot of my I work is ceremonial or promotional," says Peter. I wear a traditional costume and carry a bell and shout the familiar call of Oyez Oyez to get people's attention. Peter has been doing this job for more than 25 years and to him it is more than a job; it is a way of life. I'm keeping a much-loved tradition alive. If you ever need to find me, just follow the sound of my booming voice. In his job he has met lots of celebrities including MPs and members of the Royal Family, but his proudest boast is that he has never lost his voice. D Rick booth - milkman. Rick Booth, 36, is one of a decreasing number of milkmen still working in Britain.
Beefeater chefs are masters of the grill. Customers come to our restaurants for that incomparable smoky flavour and we need to deliver. But you’ll soon become a dab hand at everything from super fresh salads to decadent desserts too. If you’re a team-playing multi-tasker, you’ll fit right in here. But more importantly, you’ll need to understand the passion for a perfectly-cooked steak that has made it one of Britain’s best-loved dishes. Could you take the heat? Team Members. As anyone who has ever been to a Beefeater knows, you’re always in for a warm welcome.