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Lets All Go To The Music Hall - Stanley Holloway/Ted Ray - ZSW 535/6

£9.99

Product description

DECCA / ARGO ZSW 535/6 - 1975 - Double LP - Gatefold Sleeve


Side 1
FREE AND EASIES AND PENNY GAFFS
HARRY CLAFF: Let’s All Go To The Music Hall
A free and easy
The thing that did most take me
TREVOR CROZIER: Sam Hall
Methinks it had been
Some places have orchestras
The Chairman
ROBB CURRIE: Beer, Glorious Beer
The Canterbury Arms
One’s repertoire must be repeated
Penny Gaffs



HARRY FAY & COMPANY: Jolly Company

FINE NEW BUILDINGS
Every publican
The Oxford Music Hall
ALFRED LESTER & BUENA BENT: The Village Fire Brigade
Leotard at the Alhambra
A manager once engaged me
PRIMO SCALA’S ACCORDION BAND: The Man On The Flying Trapeze
Signor Plimmeri
East of Temple Bar
One house in the Midlands
Another of the show places
The old ‘Gaiety’ in Liverpool
A woman was rarely seen
The prices of admission
SANDRA KERR: The Boy In The Gallery
There is a school of critics
BOBBIE COMBER & COMPANY: Champagne Charlie/I Can’t Tell Why I Love You But I Do
My parents, reverent Christian folk
THE VICTOR CHORUS: Paddle Your Own Canoe

Side 2
IF THE MANAGERS ONLY THOUGHT THE SAME AS MOTHER
GERTIE GITANA: Nellie Dean
An outdoor Gala
ALBERT CHEVALIER: ‘EE Can’t Take A Roise Out Of Oi
As the halls multiplied
MAIDIE SCOTT: If The Managers Only Thought The Same As Mother
I am not a particularly nervous person
GEORGE JACKLEY & LESLIE SARONY with JACK HYLTON & HIS BAND: Excelsior
If not stunned by a bottle
BILLY MERSON: The Night I Appeared As Macbeth
The bright idea
Most of the Agent’s offices

PALACE OF VARIETIES
PALACE OF VARIETIES’ MARCH
THE PICCADILLY ORCHESTRA: Cinderella Music
The one-legged pedestal clog dancer
THE LONDON ORCHESTRA: Lancashire Clogs
The boy wonder of the high wire
BOBBIE COMBER & COMPANY: In The Good Old Summer-time
DOMENICO POSETTI ORCHESTRA: The Entry Of The Gladiators
The most terrifying act on earth
DAWSON’S MUSICAL CANARIES: Liebestraume
Miss Aqua-Vitae
MARIE KENDALL: A Bird In A Gilded Cage
The unparalleled necromancer
Beverages sold at this theatre
ZAMPA: Overture
HARRY CHAMPION: I Enjoyed It
FLORRIE FORDE: Kelly From The Isle Of Man

Side 3
RULE BRITANNIA!
CRESWELL COLLIERY BAND: Rule Britannia
On a certain occasion at Windsor
RAYMOND NEWELL: The Boys Of The Old Brigade
Look at poor Tommy Atkins
GEORGE BASTOW: Captain Ginjah O.T.
BARREL ORGAN: Oh! Dear, What Can The Matter Be/The Blue Danube
Statements to Salvation Army Officer, 13 June 1890
GUS ELEN: Wait ’til The Work Comes Round
BARREL ORGAN: Can-Can
Statements to Salvation Army Officer, 13 June 1890
ELLA SHIELDS: Burlington Bertie From Bow
MAURICE FARKOA: I Love You In Velvet
The public demands good figures
ALICE LLOYD: The Nearer The Bone, The Sweeter The Meat
A rendezvous for the fast set
ROSIE LLOYD: When I Take My Morning Promenade
When you see a girl on the streets
GEORGE FORMBY: Toodle-I-Oodle-I-Oo

ON TOUR
Drury Lane Pantomime
WILKIE BARD: The Cleaner
Nothing can subdue Dan Leno
DAN LENO: Mrs Kelly
Dan Leno’s memorial
THE RIDGEWAY PARADE: Watching The Trains Come In
It was about 1900
As the train pulled into the theatre
Theatrical digs
Mrs Boscombe
GEORGE LASHWOOD: Riding On Top Of The Car

Side 4
WHAT ABOUT THE WORKERS?
To earn his big fees
GEORGE FORMBY: Twice Nightly
You were informed in your contract
Agreed penalties
Notices in Moss Empires dressing rooms
GEORGE FORMBY: Twice Nightly
Matinees!
In the keen competition
Letters to and from Mr. Oswald Stoll
The long standing trouble
At the Islington Empire
Picket notice
CHARLES COBURN: It’s So Simple
Crying in the wilderness of indifference
I could see plainly enough




Sleeve has ringwear and a sticker on front and back

Records are visually graded to RRPG grades (record/sleeve)EX,EX/VG-
We would recommend all records are professionally cleaned



Item details

Band/artist(s):
Stanley Holloway/Ted Ray
Catalogue number:
ZSW 535/6
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Soundtracks
Label:
Argo
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
32

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DECCA / ARGO ZSW 535/6 - 1975 - Double LP - Gatefold Sleeve


Side 1
FREE AND EASIES AND PENNY GAFFS
HARRY CLAFF: Let’s All Go To The Music Hall
A free and easy
The thing that did most take me
TREVOR CROZIER: Sam Hall
Methinks it had been
Some places have orchestras
The Chairman
ROBB CURRIE: Beer, Glorious Beer
The Canterbury Arms
One’s repertoire must be repeated
Penny Gaffs



HARRY FAY & COMPANY: Jolly Company

FINE NEW BUILDINGS
Every publican
The Oxford Music Hall
ALFRED LESTER & BUENA BENT: The Village Fire Brigade
Leotard at the Alhambra
A manager once engaged me
PRIMO SCALA’S ACCORDION BAND: The Man On The Flying Trapeze
Signor Plimmeri
East of Temple Bar
One house in the Midlands
Another of the show places
The old ‘Gaiety’ in Liverpool
A woman was rarely seen
The prices of admission
SANDRA KERR: The Boy In The Gallery
There is a school of critics
BOBBIE COMBER & COMPANY: Champagne Charlie/I Can’t Tell Why I Love You But I Do
My parents, reverent Christian folk
THE VICTOR CHORUS: Paddle Your Own Canoe

Side 2
IF THE MANAGERS ONLY THOUGHT THE SAME AS MOTHER
GERTIE GITANA: Nellie Dean
An outdoor Gala
ALBERT CHEVALIER: ‘EE Can’t Take A Roise Out Of Oi
As the halls multiplied
MAIDIE SCOTT: If The Managers Only Thought The Same As Mother
I am not a particularly nervous person
GEORGE JACKLEY & LESLIE SARONY with JACK HYLTON & HIS BAND: Excelsior
If not stunned by a bottle
BILLY MERSON: The Night I Appeared As Macbeth
The bright idea
Most of the Agent’s offices

PALACE OF VARIETIES
PALACE OF VARIETIES’ MARCH
THE PICCADILLY ORCHESTRA: Cinderella Music
The one-legged pedestal clog dancer
THE LONDON ORCHESTRA: Lancashire Clogs
The boy wonder of the high wire
BOBBIE COMBER & COMPANY: In The Good Old Summer-time
DOMENICO POSETTI ORCHESTRA: The Entry Of The Gladiators
The most terrifying act on earth
DAWSON’S MUSICAL CANARIES: Liebestraume
Miss Aqua-Vitae
MARIE KENDALL: A Bird In A Gilded Cage
The unparalleled necromancer
Beverages sold at this theatre
ZAMPA: Overture
HARRY CHAMPION: I Enjoyed It
FLORRIE FORDE: Kelly From The Isle Of Man

Side 3
RULE BRITANNIA!
CRESWELL COLLIERY BAND: Rule Britannia
On a certain occasion at Windsor
RAYMOND NEWELL: The Boys Of The Old Brigade
Look at poor Tommy Atkins
GEORGE BASTOW: Captain Ginjah O.T.
BARREL ORGAN: Oh! Dear, What Can The Matter Be/The Blue Danube
Statements to Salvation Army Officer, 13 June 1890
GUS ELEN: Wait ’til The Work Comes Round
BARREL ORGAN: Can-Can
Statements to Salvation Army Officer, 13 June 1890
ELLA SHIELDS: Burlington Bertie From Bow
MAURICE FARKOA: I Love You In Velvet
The public demands good figures
ALICE LLOYD: The Nearer The Bone, The Sweeter The Meat
A rendezvous for the fast set
ROSIE LLOYD: When I Take My Morning Promenade
When you see a girl on the streets
GEORGE FORMBY: Toodle-I-Oodle-I-Oo

ON TOUR
Drury Lane Pantomime
WILKIE BARD: The Cleaner
Nothing can subdue Dan Leno
DAN LENO: Mrs Kelly
Dan Leno’s memorial
THE RIDGEWAY PARADE: Watching The Trains Come In
It was about 1900
As the train pulled into the theatre
Theatrical digs
Mrs Boscombe
GEORGE LASHWOOD: Riding On Top Of The Car

Side 4
WHAT ABOUT THE WORKERS?
To earn his big fees
GEORGE FORMBY: Twice Nightly
You were informed in your contract
Agreed penalties
Notices in Moss Empires dressing rooms
GEORGE FORMBY: Twice Nightly
Matinees!
In the keen competition
Letters to and from Mr. Oswald Stoll
The long standing trouble
At the Islington Empire
Picket notice
CHARLES COBURN: It’s So Simple
Crying in the wilderness of indifference
I could see plainly enough




Sleeve has ringwear and a sticker on front and back

Records are visually graded to RRPG grades (record/sleeve)EX,EX/VG-
We would recommend all records are professionally cleaned



Band/artist(s):
Stanley Holloway/Ted Ray
Catalogue number:
ZSW 535/6
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Soundtracks
Label:
Argo
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
32

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