Alfred Lester The Scene Shifter's Lament - (CDR49)
Alfred Lester produced a number of popular sketches and monologues around the time of the Great War. Most popular of these was The Scene Shifter's Lament in which he suggests ways to enliven Hamlet. Also featured is The Conscientious Objector, the song Alfred Lester sang in the Revue Round The Map which contains the immortal lines "Send out my Brother, my Sister or my Mother, but for Gawd's sake don't send me"
The Scene Shifter's Lament Ours is a Nice House, Ours is Hurrah for the Rolling Sea
The Conscientious Objector Germs I do like to sing in the Bath Gardening
Dandelions and Daffodils Why did I marry my Wife I love Me The Restaurant Episode *
The Hairdresser * Higgins the Quack (with Frank Leo) Longshoreman Bill *
Crimes Lily of the Valley The Property Man My Motter Dear Old Shepherd's Bush
Yes, We have no Bananas