George Lashwood was a handsome and distinguished looking man who always dressed in the height of fashion, and as a result became known as “The Beau Brummel of the Halls”. In many of George Lashwood's songs he takes the part of a “swell” out on the town for the night.
The CD contains 20 tracks by George Lashwood, transferred from original 78 rpm recordings which were made between 1905 - 1912.
The Statues in Trafalgar Square Riding on top of the car My latchkey
Twilight The Serpentine Hang out the front door key Saturday-aturday Dear Mr. Admiral The Baby's Parade What a Don! One of the girls I've been out with Charlie Brown Sea Sea Sea Send for a policeman Just for a girl Mr Pat O'Hara (Take me to the harem) A Rainy Afternoon
Oh! Blow the scenery on the railway It's a long long walk I forgot the number on the door.