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Ronald Frankau is remembered today for his series of somewhat risqué songs which he performed with his accompanist Monte Crick. His style has been described as being a cross between Max Miller and Noel Coward, with a hint of Harry Fragson. The Album starts with a satirical “Introduction” from Ronald Frankau where he considers the lapses of taste and morality in the Entertainment world. The songs, some considered somewhat shocking at the time, now give a fascinating and amusing insight into the mores of a certain class of society in the 1930s. 24 Tracks, electrically recorded between 1929 and 1940.

Ronald Frankau - Upper Class Love
Ronald Frankau - Album (Download) - Upper Class Love GBP £7.99
 
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