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Norman Long was billed as "A Song, A Smile, and a Piano" and these tracks certainly live up to this description. Most famous for his rendition of Clarkson Rose's song "My Little Austin Seven", Norman Long had many other fine song in his repertoire. Starting with "The Drage Way" which describes a comical department store, he considers many aspects of life in the 1920's including petty officialdom in "You mustn't do it after 8 o'clock."

This Album comprises songs from Norman Long's very first recordings starting in 1925.

Norman Long - My Little Austin Seven
Norman Long - My Little Austin Seven Album (Download) GBP £7.99

Leslie Sarony,  is here joined by his fellow artist Leslie Holmes. Together they formed "The Two Leslies", who made many stage and radio appearances during the 1930s. Often singing songs composed either jointly or by Sarony, "The Two Leslies" had a robust sense of humour and sometimes delighted in some rather risque word play.

Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes - The Two Leslies
Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes - The Two Leslies - Album (Download) GBP £7.99
The Two Leslies - Teas, Light Refreshments, and Minerals GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - In the Land of Inky Pinky Dinky Doo GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - Umpa, Umpa (Stick it up your Jumper) GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - So ĎAndsome GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - Down upon the Farm GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - Miss Porkington would like Cream Puffs GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - Nay! Nay! Nay! GBP £0.79
The Two Leslies - Coo! Luvaduck! Crickey! Coo! Blimey! GBP £0.79
 
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