Listen to Famous Music Hall Songs

On this page you can find samples of some of the most famous music hall songs.

Just click on the image of the gramophone to listen to a sample from the CD.

Similarly, on every individual catalogue page, you can find a sample track from the gramophone image.

CD Song Title Listen to Sample
Chairman's Choice CD "Two Lovely Black Eyes" from CDR22
electrically recorded by Charles Coborn in 1929

Two Lovely Black Eyes
Harry Champion - Down came the blind "Any Old Iron" from CDR27 electrically recorded by Harry Champion in1940

Any Old Iron
Ella Retford - My Girl Up North "She's a Lassie From Lancashire" from CDR28
acoustically recorded by Ella Retford in 1908

She's a Lassie From Lancashire
One of the B'Hoys "Who were you with last night" from CDR7
acoustically recorded by Mark Sheridan in 1912

Who were you with last night
Will Fyffe "I belong to Glasgow" from VAR7
electrically recorded by Will Fyffe in 1927

I belong to Glasgow
Gracie Fields "The Biggest Aspidistra in the World" from VAR17
electrically recorded by Gracie Fields in 1938

The Biggest Aspidistra in the World
From the Footlights "Algy - The Picadilly Johnny" from CDR32
acoustically recorded on a cylinder by Vesta Tilley in 1907

Algy - The Picadilly Johnny
Florrie Forde "After the Ball" from VAR18
electrically recorded by Florrie Forde in 1931

After the Ball
Music Hall Medleys CD "Waiting at the Church" from CDR14
electrically recorded by Vesta Victoria in 1931

Waiting at the Church

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