New and Recent CD Re-Issues
More songs from that master of quick fire singing, Mr Harry Champion. 27 Tracks including the original recording of "Any old Iron" from 1911 and also "Henry the Eighth" from the colourful Britannic Label.
Dick Henderson had a fine singing voice, and this CD of 23 tracks shows off both his singing and amusing Yorkshire patter.
Although Norah Blaney & Gwen Farrar's songs on this CD were mainly recorded acoustically, their style really belongs to the 1920s rather than the old Music Halls. For the first time a comprehensive re-issue of their work.
The Variety Series of CDs feature recordings made after the introduction of
electrical recording in 1925. Although "classic" Music Hall had ended by this time, many
fine artists appeared in Variety theatres throughout the Country, and made some excellent recordings.
Florence Desmond was popular for her impersonations of famous film stars. Here are the tracks which lead to her success.
This CD includes Max's final live recordings made just a few months before he died, as well as some more studio recordings from the 1930s. A full CD of 78 minutes.
Betty Driver, who died in 2011 had an early career as a singer before her fame in the TV series Coronation Street. This CD features 20 tracks from that first career.
Elsa Lanchester introduces and performs her versions of Music Hall songs, old and new.
Following frequent requests here is Leslie Sarony's famous The Old Sow in two versions together with 25 other humourous songs from this well loved performer.
Overseas Postal Charges:
Due to Royal Mail increasing their charges yet again, the cost of post and packing for overseas order has been slightly increased. There is no change to Inland orders.
Further CDs are in preparation.
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