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This Album attempts to showcase the wide variety of entertainment which was available during the period 1925 to 1956. As well as acting as a sampler of some of the major artistes on the other Albums in the Variety Series, a number of less well known names are included. Names such as Jack Hodges who was known as The Raspberry King for his interesting ability to make a tuneful noise, and Reginald Gardiner with his classic monologue Trains. Frank Randle gives us his rather scurrilous live performance as The Hiker and also included is Julian Rose's rare recording of Mrs. Blumberg's Jewish Boarding House.

Infinite Variety
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