Marie Lloyd (1870-1922) was often referred to as the "First Lady of British Music Hall", and such was her national standing, that it became an INternational standing ; she was feted all over the Commonwealth, and Marie performed in South Africa, Australia, Canada and the USA ... not a bad mileage to clock up, back in those days, for the woman born, Matilda Alice Wood, in the Hoxton area of London.
The songs on this EP, are typical of the lovable, saucy, cockney humour that audiences chuckled along to, in the days when, the recording industry was in it's infancy.
Side One (both rec. Apr 1912) :-
1) Every Little Movement has a Meaning of its Own.
2) The Coster Girl in Paris.
Side Two (both rec. Nov 1912) :-
1) When I Take my Morning Promenade.
2) Put on Your Slippers.
Records graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve)