Let Me Be There Sheet Music

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Composed by John Rostill (1942-1973). Arranged by Jay Althouse. This edition: SoundPax. Choral Octavo; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Alfred Pop Choral Series. Gospel; Pop; Secular. Part(s). 28 pages. Alfred Music #00-28492. Published by Alfred Music (AP.28492).

  • Artist: John Rostill
  • Instruments: SoundPax
  • Format: Part(s)
  • Genre: Gospel; Pop; Secular
  • Lead Time: 4 to 6 business days
  • Publisher: Alfred Music

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John Henry Rostill (16 June 1942 – 26 November 1973) was an English musician, bassist and composer, recruited by the Shadows to replace Brian Locking.

== Biography ==
Born in Kings Norton, Birmingham, England, Rostill attended Rutlish School in south London (1953–59). He worked with several artists before joining the Shadows, including Bournemouth band the Interns (nowadays sometimes confused with Welsh band the Interns, who were based in London at this time signed with Tito Burns Agency; in fact, they were two different bands), the Flintstones and a stint as part of Zoot Money’s early backing band. He also played in the bands recruited to back such visiting artists as the Everly Brothers and Tommy Roe.
Stylistically, Rostill combined the solidity of Brian Locking and the adventurousness of Jet Harris. Many of his bass lines were heavily syncopated and he developed a range of new sounds on the Burns bass during his time with the group, a longer period than Harris and Locking put together. To many players, Rostill was ahead of his time and included double-stopping in his technique.