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Here we list all the songs (and monologues) currently available on Windyridge CDs.

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Clever Mr Green Dan Leno CDR1
Going to the Races Dan Leno CDR1
McGlochellís men Dan Leno CDR1
Mrs. Kelly Dan Leno CDR1
My wifeís relations Dan Leno CDR1
Poppies Dan Leno CDR1
Spiritualism Dan Leno CDR1
The Grass Widower Dan Leno CDR1
The Hard-boiled Egg & the Wasp Dan Leno CDR1
The Huntsman Dan Leno CDR1
The Mayday Fireman Dan Leno CDR1
The Mocking Bird Dan Leno CDR1
The Robin Dan Leno CDR1
The Shopwalker Dan Leno CDR1
The Swimming Master Dan Leno CDR1
The Tower of London Dan Leno CDR1
Wait till Iím his Father Dan Leno CDR1
Where are you going to, my Pretty Maid? Dan Leno CDR1
Who does the house belong to? Dan Leno CDR1
A Rainy Afternoon George Lashwood CDR10
Dear Mr. Admiral George Lashwood CDR10
Hang out the front door key George Lashwood CDR10
I forgot the number on the door George Lashwood CDR10
Itís a long long walk George Lashwood CDR10
I've been out with Charlie Brown George Lashwood CDR10
Just for a girl George Lashwood CDR10
Mr Pat O'Hara (Take me to the harem) George Lashwood CDR10
My latchkey George Lashwood CDR10
Oh! Blow the scenery on the railway George Lashwood CDR10
One of the girls George Lashwood CDR10
Riding on top of the car George Lashwood CDR10
Saturday-aturday George Lashwood CDR10
Sea Sea Sea George Lashwood CDR10
Send for a policeman George Lashwood CDR10
The Babyís Parade George Lashwood CDR10
The Serpentine George Lashwood CDR10
The Statues in Trafalgar Square George Lashwood CDR10
Twilight George Lashwood CDR10
What a Don! George Lashwood CDR10
A Cough Lozenge Harry Lauder CDR11
A Trip to Tobermorey Harry Lauder CDR11
Aye Awaken O Harry Lauder CDR11
Bonnie Wee Man Harry Lauder CDR11
Breakfast in Bed Harry Lauder CDR11
Fooí thí Noo or Harry Lauder CDR11
I love a Lassie Harry Lauder CDR11
Iíve loved her ever since she was a baby Harry Lauder CDR11
Iíve something in the bottle for the morning Harry Lauder CDR11
Jean MacNeil Harry Lauder CDR11
Just a Wee Deoch-an-Doris Harry Lauder CDR11
Keep right on to the end of the Road Harry Lauder CDR11
Killiecrankie Harry Lauder CDR11
Loch Lomond Harry Lauder CDR11
MacGregorís Toast Harry Lauder CDR11
Mister John MacKay Harry Lauder CDR11
Portobello Lass Harry Lauder CDR11
Roaminí in the Gloaminí Harry Lauder CDR11
Sheís ma Daisy Harry Lauder CDR11
Sound Advice Harry Lauder CDR11
Stop your tickling Jock Harry Lauder CDR11
The Bounding Bounder Harry Lauder CDR11
The Reason now I wear a Kilt Harry Lauder CDR11
The Referee Harry Lauder CDR11
Ticklie Geordie - Laughing Song Harry Lauder CDR11
We parted on the Shore Harry Lauder CDR11
When I get back again tae Bonnie Scotland Harry Lauder CDR11
All the nice girls are in the ballroom Ella Shields CDR12
Baa Lambs Ella Shields CDR12
Burlington Bertie from Bow Ella Shields CDR12
Coo-ee Ella Shields CDR12
Everybody's singing Ella Shields CDR12
I donít admire the girl in White Ella Shields CDR12
Iím walking Ďround the world Ella Shields CDR12
I'd do it all over again Ella Shields CDR12
If you knew Susie, like I know Susie Ella Shields CDR12
I'm not there at all Ella Shields CDR12
Jolly Good fellows Ella Shields CDR12
Murphy, McCarthy, McGinty and McGhee Ella Shields CDR12
Nelly Grey Ella Shields CDR12
Oh! Itís a lovely war Ella Shields CDR12
San Francisco Ella Shields CDR12
Show me the way to go home Ella Shields CDR12
Smith, Jones, Robinson and Brown Ella Shields CDR12
Stick to London Town Ella Shields CDR12
The Kingís Navee Ella Shields CDR12
What a difference the Navyís made to me Ella Shields CDR12
When the bloom is on the heather Ella Shields CDR12
Why did I kiss that girl Ella Shields CDR12
Why did you creep into my heart Ella Shields CDR12
All change for Llanfairfechan Wilkie Bard CDR13
All Day and Martin Wilkie Bard CDR13
Come up in my balloon Wilkie Bard CDR13
Don't play In the Shadows Wilkie Bard CDR13
Doorkeeper at Frightleys Wilkie Bard CDR13
I can say ďTruly RuralĒ Wilkie Bard CDR13
I really canít reach that top note Wilkie Bard CDR13
I want to sing in Opera Wilkie Bard CDR13
I've struck a chorus Wilkie Bard CDR13
Let me sing Wilkie Bard CDR13
My little deitcher girl Wilkie Bard CDR13
Put me upon an island Wilkie Bard CDR13
Robert go to Dinner Wilkie Bard CDR13
Sea Shells Wilkie Bard CDR13
See me dance the Minuet Wilkie Bard CDR13
The Bathing Machine Attendant Wilkie Bard CDR13
The Cleaner Wilkie Bard CDR13
The Policeman (Iím there if Iím wanted) Wilkie Bard CDR13
The Wriggly Rag Wilkie Bard CDR13
Valse, Valse, Valse Wilkie Bard CDR13
When the bugle calls Wilkie Bard CDR13
Will you sing this glee with me Wilkie Bard CDR13
You, You, You Wilkie Bard CDR13
Iím going away Billy Merson CDR14
The Days when Knights were bold Billy Merson CDR14
The Lighthouse Keeper Billy Merson CDR14
The Spaniard that blighted my life Billy Merson CDR14
A broken doll Clarice Mayne CDR14
Come and cuddle me Clarice Mayne CDR14
Every little while Clarice Mayne CDR14
Georgie took me walking in the park Clarice Mayne CDR14
Give me a cosy corner Clarice Mayne CDR14
I was a good little girl Ďtill I met you Clarice Mayne CDR14
Iíve got my eye on you Clarice Mayne CDR14
Itís luvly to be in love Clarice Mayne CDR14
Joshua Clarice Mayne CDR14
Nursie Nursie Clarice Mayne CDR14
Put on your ta-ta little girlie Clarice Mayne CDR14
Will he answer goo-goo Clarice Mayne CDR14
All nice girls love a sailor(Ship Ahoy) Ella Retford CDR14
Has anyone seen a German band Ella Retford CDR14
Hey ho canít you hear the steamer Ella Retford CDR14
Irish and proud of it too Ella Retford CDR14
Molly OíMorgan Ella Retford CDR14
Ship Ahoy(All nice girls love a sailor) Ella Retford CDR14
Take me back to dear Old Blighty Ella Retford CDR14
Down at the old Bull & Bush Florrie Forde CDR14
Flanagan Florrie Forde CDR14
Girls study your cookery book Florrie Forde CDR14
Has anyone here seen Kelly? Florrie Forde CDR14
Hello, Whoís your lady friend Florrie Forde CDR14
Hold your hand out naughty boy Florrie Forde CDR14
Long way to Tipperary Florrie Forde CDR14
Oh Oh Antonio Florrie Forde CDR14
Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag Florrie Forde CDR14
Sheís a lassie from Lancashire Florrie Forde CDR14
Susannahís long stocking Florrie Forde CDR14
Boiled beef and carrots Harry Champion CDR14
Cover it over quick Jemima Harry Champion CDR14
End of my old cigar Harry Champion CDR14
Iím ĎEnery the eighth Harry Champion CDR14
Old Red Lion Harry Champion CDR14
The best that money can buy Harry Champion CDR14
I love a lassie Harry Lauder CDR14
Iíve something in the bottle for the morning Harry Lauder CDR14
Itís nicer to be in bed Harry Lauder CDR14
Keep right on to the end of the road Harry Lauder CDR14
Lass of Killiecrankie Harry Lauder CDR14
Roaminí in the gloaminí Harry Lauder CDR14
Saftest oí the Family Harry Lauder CDR14
She is ma Daisy Harry Lauder CDR14
Stop yer tickliní Jock Harry Lauder CDR14
Waggle oí the kilt Harry Lauder CDR14
We parted on the shore Harry Lauder CDR14
Wedding of Sandy McNab Harry Lauder CDR14
Wee Deoch and Doris Harry Lauder CDR14
At Trinity Church I met my doom Tom Costello CDR14
Comrades Tom Costello CDR14
Iíve made up my mind Tom Costello CDR14
The ship I love Tom Costello CDR14
Daddy wouldnít buy me a bow-wow Vesta Victoria CDR14
He calls me his own Grace Darling Vesta Victoria CDR14
Itís alright in the Summertime Vesta Victoria CDR14
Now I have to call him Father Vesta Victoria CDR14
Poor John Vesta Victoria CDR14
Waiting at the Church Vesta Victoria CDR14
Chrysanthemums Wilkie Bard CDR14
Donít play In the Shadows Wilkie Bard CDR14
I canít reach that top note Wilkie Bard CDR14
I want to sing in Opera Wilkie Bard CDR14
Let me sing Wilkie Bard CDR14
My little deitcher girl Wilkie Bard CDR14
O,O, Capital O Wilkie Bard CDR14
She cost me seven and sixpence Wilkie Bard CDR14
She sells sea shells Wilkie Bard CDR14
Truly Rural Wilkie Bard CDR14
Waiting here for Kate Wilkie Bard CDR14
When the bugle calls Wilkie Bard CDR14
E canít take a Roise out of Oi Albert Chevalier CDR15
My Old Dutch Albert Chevalier CDR15
Our Little Nipper Albert Chevalier CDR15
The Fallen Star Albert Chevalier CDR15
The Future Mrs. Hawkins Albert Chevalier CDR15
Whatís the good of ĎAnyfink? Albert Chevalier CDR15
Wot ver do Ee luv Oi? Albert Chevalier CDR15
The Future Mrs. Hawkins (First recording) Albert Chevalier CDR15
The Coster Politician Charles Russell CDR15
The Costers Courtship Duncan & Godfrey CDR15
I donít care what becomes of me Fred Earle CDR15
In the Morning Fred Earle CDR15
Meat, Meat, Meat Fred Earle CDR15
Thatís as far as I can go Fred Earle CDR15
Arf a Pint of Ale Gus Elen CDR15
E dunno where ĎE are Gus Elen CDR15
If I were King of England Gus Elen CDR15
The Golden Dustman Gus Elen CDR15
The Pavement Artist Gus Elen CDR15
Are we to part like this, Bill? Kate Carney CDR15
Ten Dayís Leave Kate Carney CDR15
Three Pots a Shilling Kate Carney CDR15
Being a Lady-I can't Maidie Scott CDR16
Father got the Sack from the Waterworks Maidie Scott CDR16
Father's Got a Job Maidie Scott CDR16
Iím glad I took my Mother's Advice Maidie Scott CDR16
If the Managers Only Thought Same as Mother Maidie Scott CDR16
If the Wind had only Blown the Other Way Maidie Scott CDR16
Since Father joined the Home Defence Maidie Scott CDR16
The Bird on Nellie's Hat Maidie Scott CDR16
The School Strike (We all came out on Strike) Maidie Scott CDR16
Two Little Boys and the Apples Maidie Scott CDR16
Bang! Bang! Bang! Nellie Wallace CDR16
Cuckoo Nellie Wallace CDR16
Geranium Nellie Wallace CDR16
Half Past Nine Nellie Wallace CDR16
Let's have a Tiddley at the Milk Bar Nellie Wallace CDR16
Meet Me (The Sniff Song) Nellie Wallace CDR16
Mother's Pie Crust Nellie Wallace CDR16
Tally Ho! Nellie Wallace CDR16
The Blasted Oak Nellie Wallace CDR16
Three Cheers for the Red White & Blue Nellie Wallace CDR16
Three Times a Day Nellie Wallace CDR16
Under the Bed Nellie Wallace CDR16
All for the best George Robey CDR17
And very nice too George Robey CDR17
Archibald, Certainly Not! George Robey CDR17
Conclusions George Robey CDR17
I haven't the faintest idea George Robey CDR17
I mean to say George Robey CDR17
I shouldn't be a bit surprised George Robey CDR17
Not that I wish to say anything George Robey CDR17
Such a Look George Robey CDR17
The Editress George Robey CDR17
The first time I've ever done that George Robey CDR17
The Lion Tamer George Robey CDR17
The Mayor of Mudcomdyke George Robey CDR17
The Mormon's Song George Robey CDR17
The Prehistoric Man George Robey CDR17
The Pro's Landlady George Robey CDR17
The Servant's Registry Office George Robey CDR17
The Widow of Colonel de Tracey George Robey CDR17
We parted the best of friends George Robey CDR17
What are you looking at me for? George Robey CDR17
Where's the Butler? George Robey CDR17
A-be my Boy (with ďGrockĒ) Lily Morris CDR18
At the Church Door Iím waiting Lily Morris CDR18
Because he loves me Lily Morris CDR18
Charlie Lily Morris CDR18
Donít have any more Missus Moore Lily Morris CDR18
Everybody loves their Little Old Home Lily Morris CDR18
I had a little drop with Martha Lily Morris CDR18
Mrs. Scott Lily Morris CDR18
None of your old Soldierís Tricks with me Lily Morris CDR18
Only a Working Man Lily Morris CDR18
Say Goodbye Lily Morris CDR18
Since our Motherís been a Lady Lily Morris CDR18
Thatís where the Soldiers go Lily Morris CDR18
The Old Apple Tree Lily Morris CDR18
The Wives of Commercial Travellers Lily Morris CDR18
Thuthie Lily Morris CDR18
Tiddley Hi Lily Morris CDR18
Truly Rural Lily Morris CDR18
We all said ďNo!Ē Lily Morris CDR18
What are you going to do about Selina? Lily Morris CDR18
Whatís to be done? Lily Morris CDR18
Which of the Three Lily Morris CDR18
Why am I always the Bridesmaid? Lily Morris CDR18
Dick Whittington Gus Elen CDR2
Down the Road Gus Elen CDR2
E dunno where 'E are Gus Elen CDR2
Half a pint o' ale Gus Elen CDR2
Iím going to settle down Gus Elen CDR2
If it wasn't for the houses in between Gus Elen CDR2
It's a great big shame Gus Elen CDR2
Mrs Carter Gus Elen CDR2
Nature's made a big mistake Gus Elen CDR2
Pretty little villa down at Barking Gus Elen CDR2
The Coster's Muvver Gus Elen CDR2
The Coster's Pony Gus Elen CDR2
The Golden Dustman Gus Elen CDR2
The new pyjama hat Gus Elen CDR2
The Postman's 'oliday Gus Elen CDR2
The Publican Gus Elen CDR2
Wait till the work comes round Gus Elen CDR2
Cinderella Albert Whelan CDR20
Christmas Day in the Cookhouse Billy Bennett CDR20
Why donít Santa Claus bring something to me Billy Williams CDR20
Does Santa Claus sleep with his Whiskers Bobbie Comber CDR20
Scrooge ďThe AwakeningĒ Bransby Williams CDR20
Scrooge ďBefore the DreamĒ Bransby Williams CDR20
Scrooge ďThe DreamĒ Bransby Williams CDR20
A Christmas Ghost Story Charles Norton CDR20
Santa Claus Workshop Charles Penrose CDR20
Christmas Boxes - West End Style Descriptive CDR20
I do like a little bit of Turkey Ernie Mayne CDR20
A Merry Christmas George Formby Snr. CDR20
Iím learning a song for Christmas Jack Pleasants CDR20
The Christmas Dinner Max Miller CDR20
Sandyís Christmas Eve Sandy Powell CDR20
The Pantomime Rehearsal The ďFavoritesĒ CDR20
The Parson and the Christmas Party Vivian Foster CDR20
The Parsonís Christmas Address Vivian Foster CDR20
Pantomime Will Evans CDR20
New Yearís Day Will Fyffe CDR20
Advertise Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Follow me, girls Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Follow the Baldheads Whit Cunliffe CDR21
He's Alright Whit Cunliffe CDR21
I had a divil of a time last night Whit Cunliffe CDR21
I shouldnít be here tonight Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Iím on my honeymoon Whit Cunliffe CDR21
In the dear old town that I was born in Whit Cunliffe CDR21
In these hard times Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Itís the tailor makes the man Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Knocking at Every Door Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Letís have free trade amongst the girls Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Let's go round to Mr. Riley's Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Mister Cupid Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Thatís what they all say Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Thereís something in the seaside air Whit Cunliffe CDR21
They can do without us Whit Cunliffe CDR21
They won't let me sing about the girls Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Tight skirts have got to go Whit Cunliffe CDR21
Up She goes Whit Cunliffe CDR21
We are not out much Whit Cunliffe CDR21
You canít judge a woman by her clothes Whit Cunliffe CDR21
You must have a night out now and then Whit Cunliffe CDR21
The Nearer the Bone, The Sweeter the Meat Alice Lloyd CDR22
Who are you getting at? Alice Lloyd CDR22
Bill Bailey wonít you please come home Arthur Collins CDR22
Heís All Right When You know him Charles Coborn CDR22
Itís so simple Charles Coborn CDR22
Off she goes again Charles Coborn CDR22
The Man who broke the bank Charles Coborn CDR22
Two lovely Black Eyes Charles Coborn CDR22
When I wants to see myself Charles Coborn CDR22
One of the Ruins Cromwell knocked about Daisy Wood CDR22
Coon Drum Major Eugene Stratton CDR22
I may be crazy but I love you Eugene Stratton CDR22
Lily of Laguna Eugene Stratton CDR22
Little Dolly Daydream Eugene Stratton CDR22
Asleep in the deep G. H. Chirgwin CDR22
Blind Boy G. H. Chirgwin CDR22
My Fiddle is my Sweetheart G. H. Chirgwin CDR22
The Jocular Joker G. H. Chirgwin CDR22
Billy Brown Harry Fragson CDR22
Paper Bag Cookery Harry Fragson CDR22
The Employment Agency Harry Fragson CDR22
The Other Department please Harry Fragson CDR22
Iím going away Hetty King CDR22
Oh Girls Why do you love the Soldiers Hetty King CDR22
Donít Dilly-Dally on the Way Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR22
Iíd like to go again Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR22
When Richard I sat on the Throne Nelson Jackson CDR22
When I Take my Morning Promenade Rosie Lloyd CDR22
I want yer ma honey Yvette Guilbert CDR22
I will give you the keys of Heaven Yvette Guilbert CDR22
Dinna Forget Gertie Gitana CDR23
Iíll dream of you Gertie Gitana CDR23
Imitation of a Dutch girl singing ďYaaka HulaĒ Gertie Gitana CDR23
Iola Gertie Gitana CDR23
Meet me by Moonlight, Mary Gertie Gitana CDR23
Mein Schnieder Gertie Gitana CDR23
My dear Marie Gertie Gitana CDR23
My Dusky Princess Gertie Gitana CDR23
Nellie Dean Gertie Gitana CDR23
Never Mind Gertie Gitana CDR23
Nobody else but you Gertie Gitana CDR23
Once upon a time Gertie Gitana CDR23
Silver Bell Gertie Gitana CDR23
Strolling with my Mary down the lane Gertie Gitana CDR23
Sweet Caroline Gertie Gitana CDR23
Thereís a Cottage in Ballymahone Gertie Gitana CDR23
Violette Gertie Gitana CDR23
Weíve been Chums for Fifty years Gertie Gitana CDR23
When the Harvest moon is shining Gertie Gitana CDR23
Yesterday you called me Sweetheart Gertie Gitana CDR23
You were coming throí the corn, Molly Gertie Gitana CDR23
A Prairie life for me Billy Merson CDR24
Back to my Home in the Mountains Billy Merson CDR24
Chinese Tango Trot Billy Merson CDR24
Donít sing in Ragtime Billy Merson CDR24
Good ship Yacki-Hicki-Doo-La Billy Merson CDR24
Iím going away Billy Merson CDR24
Iím setting the Village on fire Billy Merson CDR24
If I catch Alfonso tonight (w. Beatrice Allen) Billy Merson CDR24
I'm so spiteful Billy Merson CDR24
In the Days when Knights were bold Billy Merson CDR24
Itís going to be a serious thing for England Billy Merson CDR24
Madam Anita Peroxide Billy Merson CDR24
Opera de Merson Billy Merson CDR24
Out on the Prairie Billy Merson CDR24
Senora Billy Merson CDR24
Since Father retired Billy Merson CDR24
Take an old womanís advice Billy Merson CDR24
The Gay Cavalier Billy Merson CDR24
The Gladiator Billy Merson CDR24
The Gondolier Billy Merson CDR24
The night I appeared as Macbeth Billy Merson CDR24
The Photo of the Girl I left behind Billy Merson CDR24
The Spaniard that blighted my life Billy Merson CDR24
The Yacht Iíve not got Billy Merson CDR24
They can't find Kelly Billy Merson CDR24
A níegg and some níham and a níonion Ernie Mayne CDR25
Eggs and bacon Ernie Mayne CDR25
Farmyard on the brain Ernie Mayne CDR25
Fried fruit fritters Ernie Mayne CDR25
Goosey, Goosey, Gander Ernie Mayne CDR25
Hello! Old whatís-a- name Ernie Mayne CDR25
I like aínot water bottle in bed Ernie Mayne CDR25
Iíve never wronged an onion Ernie Mayne CDR25
Letís go round and have a taster Ernie Mayne CDR25
Lloyd Georgeís Beer Ernie Mayne CDR25
My meatless day Ernie Mayne CDR25
No, We donít keep fish, only kippers Ernie Mayne CDR25
Nobody loves a fat man Ernie Mayne CDR25
on a pound of pickled pork Ernie Mayne CDR25
Our little garden Sub-bub Ernie Mayne CDR25
San-fari-ann Ernie Mayne CDR25
Tale of my husband's shirt Ernie Mayne CDR25
Tarzan of the apes Ernie Mayne CDR25
Ten little fingers Ernie Mayne CDR25
The roast beef of old England Ernie Mayne CDR25
Thtop your thtuttering Thammy Ernie Mayne CDR25
We used to gather at the old Dun Cow Ernie Mayne CDR25
What díyer think of that? Ernie Mayne CDR25
Where do the flies go in the Wintertime? Ernie Mayne CDR25
Wireless on the brain Ernie Mayne CDR25
You canít get many pimples Ernie Mayne CDR25
Ding Dong Zona Vevey CDR26
Every Sunday evening Zona Vevey CDR26
Give me a summer's evening Zona Vevey CDR26
I know a cosy nest Zona Vevey CDR26
I recall the days Zona Vevey CDR26
Iím waiting for Mary by the Water wheel Zona Vevey CDR26
Ida from Idaho Zona Vevey CDR26
In my cabin by the lagoon Zona Vevey CDR26
Mary Zona Vevey CDR26
My bonnie Lassie Zona Vevey CDR26
My Shepherd Boy Zona Vevey CDR26
My wedding day tomorrow Zona Vevey CDR26
Nelson Zona Vevey CDR26
Pretty Little Cupid Zona Vevey CDR26
Sandy McAdoo Zona Vevey CDR26
Song birds in the Dell Zona Vevey CDR26
Sun Brown Sue Zona Vevey CDR26
That mountain Melody Zona Vevey CDR26
The Curfew Bell Zona Vevey CDR26
The lads from our village Zona Vevey CDR26
The Little Church across the way Zona Vevey CDR26
The one man band Zona Vevey CDR26
The Piper and the Drummer Zona Vevey CDR26
Wee Macgregor Zona Vevey CDR26
When you're in love with someone Zona Vevey CDR26
A natty little patch behind Harry Champion CDR27
Any Old Iron? (Full Version 1940) Harry Champion CDR27
Any Old thing will do Harry Champion CDR27
Aunt Tilly Harry Champion CDR27
Beaver (Here comes old Beaver) Harry Champion CDR27
Brown Brown sit down Harry Champion CDR27
Down came the Blind Harry Champion CDR27
Father looked Funny Harry Champion CDR27
Have you paid the rent? Harry Champion CDR27
How are you Mother? Harry Champion CDR27
I see youíve got your old Brown Hat on Harry Champion CDR27
I shanít mend your waistcoat any more Harry Champion CDR27
I want meat Harry Champion CDR27
I was holding my Coconut Harry Champion CDR27
In my old white spats Harry Champion CDR27
It's cold without your trousers Harry Champion CDR27
Keep your hands in your trousers pockets Harry Champion CDR27
Mr Knick Knock Harry Champion CDR27
My Wifeís Sisterís Pussy Cat Harry Champion CDR27
Nan Nan Nan Harry Champion CDR27
Out went the Gas Harry Champion CDR27
Red Harry Champion CDR27
Robin Redbreast Harry Champion CDR27
Taters Harry Champion CDR27
The Girl with the Golden Hair Harry Champion CDR27
The Old High Hat that I was married in Harry Champion CDR27
Timothy let's have a look Harry Champion CDR27
White and Blue Harry Champion CDR27
Bungalow in Borneo Ella Retford CDR28
Carolina Brown from China Town Ella Retford CDR28
I like your Apron and Bonnet Ella Retford CDR28
I want no other Girlie Ella Retford CDR28
I was a Good Little Girl Ella Retford CDR28
I wonder if you miss me sometimes Ella Retford CDR28
Iíd like to bring my Mother Ella Retford CDR28
Iím looking for Grahame White Ella Retford CDR28
Mary Ellen, tíIsle of Man Ella Retford CDR28
Mary, Donít you come from Spain Ella Retford CDR28
Molly Molloy Ella Retford CDR28
Mr McKie Ella Retford CDR28
Mr Wright youíre wrong Ella Retford CDR28
Popsy Wopsy Ella Retford CDR28
Sammy come over here Ella Retford CDR28
Sheís a Girl up North Ella Retford CDR28
Sheís a Lassie from Lancashire Ella Retford CDR28
Some of these Days Ella Retford CDR28
Take a little bit off if you want to get on Ella Retford CDR28
Take me on the Flip Flap Ella Retford CDR28
Under the Honey Moon Ella Retford CDR28
Weíre all North Country Lads and Lassies Ella Retford CDR28
Who paid the rent for Mrs Rip Van Winkle Ella Retford CDR28
Yorkshire, One of us Ella Retford CDR28
You made me love you Ella Retford CDR28
You wouldnít know the old place now Ella Retford CDR28
Baby Face Jack Pleasants CDR29
Boss of the House Jack Pleasants CDR29
Feeding the Ducks on the Pond Jack Pleasants CDR29
Give me another Small Port Jack Pleasants CDR29
I only got married today Jack Pleasants CDR29
I shall get in such a row Jack Pleasants CDR29
I went A-Jazzing Jack Pleasants CDR29
Iíll Be Cross Arabella Jack Pleasants CDR29
Iím longing to go back Jack Pleasants CDR29
Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy Jack Pleasants CDR29
Iím the Black Sheep of the Flock Jack Pleasants CDR29
Iím Twenty-One Today Jack Pleasants CDR29
Itís my Bath Night tonight Jack Pleasants CDR29
Liza ĎAd ĎOld of my ĎAnd Jack Pleasants CDR29
Long Years Ago Jack Pleasants CDR29
Mother Jack Pleasants CDR29
My New Hat Jack Pleasants CDR29
Norman the Mormon Jack Pleasants CDR29
Reet Oop TíMark Jack Pleasants CDR29
Rocking the Baby to sleep Jack Pleasants CDR29
She loves me on Saturday night Jack Pleasants CDR29
She made me do it Jack Pleasants CDR29
Watching the Trains come in Jack Pleasants CDR29
Where do Flies go in the Wintertime Jack Pleasants CDR29
A good blow out for fourpence Harry Champion CDR3
Any Old Iron (Short Version) Harry Champion CDR3
Best that money can buy Harry Champion CDR3
Boiled beef and carrots Harry Champion CDR3
Cockney Bill of London Town Harry Champion CDR3
Cover it over quick, Jemima Harry Champion CDR3
Doctor Shelley Harry Champion CDR3
Donít do it again Matilda Harry Champion CDR3
Everybody knows me in my old brown hat Harry Champion CDR3
Ginger, Youíre Barmy Harry Champion CDR3
Hey Diddle Diddle Harry Champion CDR3
Home made sausages Harry Champion CDR3
I enjoyed it Harry Champion CDR3
Iím getting ready for my Mother-in-Law Harry Champion CDR3
Iím Henry the VIII Harry Champion CDR3
Iím proud of my old bald head Harry Champion CDR3
Iím William the Conqueror Harry Champion CDR3
Letís have a basin of soup Harry Champion CDR3
Little bit of cucumber Harry Champion CDR3
Never let your braces dangle Harry Champion CDR3
Ragtime Ragshop Harry Champion CDR3
Standard Bread Harry Champion CDR3
The end of my old cigar Harry Champion CDR3
The Old Dun Cow caught fire Harry Champion CDR3
The Old Red Lion Harry Champion CDR3
You canít help laughing can yer? Harry Champion CDR3
You donít want to keep on showing it Harry Champion CDR3
You ought to see the Missus in a Harem skirt Harry Champion CDR3
A Fishy, Fishy Story Tom Clare CDR30
At home, Iím my wifeís husband Tom Clare CDR30
Captain Cutts of the Cruiser ďWhat NotĒ Tom Clare CDR30
Hum a little tune Tom Clare CDR30
Hush-a-Bye Baby Tom Clare CDR30
It isnít done Tom Clare CDR30
On the day when the world goes dry Tom Clare CDR30
Once the Kaiserís Army Tom Clare CDR30
One little one more Tom Clare CDR30
Silly Ass Tom Clare CDR30
The Argentines, the Portuguese, and the Greeks Tom Clare CDR30
The Fine Old English Gentleman Tom Clare CDR30
The Gay River Tom Clare CDR30
The Girl in the Big Black Hat Tom Clare CDR30
This Freedon (My Wife is away) Tom Clare CDR30
Tom Clareís version of The Telephone Tom Clare CDR30
Waltzing Willie Tom Clare CDR30
Weíll sigh for the Days of the War Tom Clare CDR30
What did you do in the Great War, Daddy? Tom Clare CDR30
Where does Daddy go? Tom Clare CDR30
Winkelheimerís Motor Ride Tom Clare CDR30
Womenís Way Tom Clare CDR30
An Old Bachelor Bransby Williams CDR31
Bill Sykes (ďOliver TwistĒ) Bransby Williams CDR31
Charge of the Light Brigade Bransby Williams CDR31
Death of little Nell Bransby Williams CDR31
Devil may care Bransby Williams CDR31
Green Eye of the Yellow God Bransby Williams CDR31
Henry V Speech at Harfleur Bransby Williams CDR31
How we saved the Barge Bransby Williams CDR31
Micawberís Advice to David Copperfield Bransby Williams CDR31
Not Old Bransby Williams CDR31
Spotty Bransby Williams CDR31
Sydney Carton's Farewell Bransby Williams CDR31
The Caretaker Bransby Williams CDR31
The Coward Bransby Williams CDR31
The Difference Bransby Williams CDR31
The Lounger Bransby Williams CDR31
The Plumber Bransby Williams CDR31
The Same Old Game Bransby Williams CDR31
The Stage Doorkeeper Bransby Williams CDR31
The Street Watchman Bransby Williams CDR31
The Yukon Trail Bransby Williams CDR31
Tony Weller (ďPickwick PapersĒ) Bransby Williams CDR31
Suffragettesí Anthem Barclay Gammon CDR32
Ainít it Ďot Fred Earle CDR32
John, John, John Fred Earle CDR32
And his Dayís Work was done George Brooks CDR32
Hello! Hello! Whoís Your Lady Friend Harry Fragson CDR32
In Gay Paree Harry Fragson CDR32
Ladies Beware Harry Fragson CDR32
Oh! I say Harry Fragson CDR32
Up I came with my little Lot Herbert Campbell CDR32
Come to Your Daddy Morny Cash CDR32
From 21 to 63 Morny Cash CDR32
Hooray, Iím going to be married today Morny Cash CDR32
I will have a night tonight Morny Cash CDR32
Iíve been married a year today Morny Cash CDR32
My Ninepence Morny Cash CDR32
How Dare They? Tom Woottwell CDR32
Interruptions Tom Woottwell CDR32
Wait a Minute Tom Woottwell CDR32
Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny Vesta Tilley CDR32
Iím a Batchelor Vesta Tilley CDR32
Oh! Let the Stormy Winds Blow Vesta Tilley CDR32
Royal Artillery Vesta Tilley CDR32
Arcadee Vesta Victoria CDR32
Itís easy to be a Lady Vesta Victoria CDR32
Look what Percyís picked up in the Park Vesta Victoria CDR32
The Gramophone Song Vesta Victoria CDR32
Bread and Marmalade Sam Mayo CDR33
Doh, Re, Me Sam Mayo CDR33
Ha Ha Sam Mayo CDR33
I feel very bad I do Sam Mayo CDR33
I played my Concertina Sam Mayo CDR33
I ran straight Home with the News Sam Mayo CDR33
I was having my Breakfast in Bed Sam Mayo CDR33
Iíll prove that I was right Sam Mayo CDR33
Iím going to Sing a Song Sam Mayo CDR33
Iíve only come down for the Day Sam Mayo CDR33
Johnny Sam Mayo CDR33
Put that Gramophone Record on again Sam Mayo CDR33
Rabbit and Pickled Pork Sam Mayo CDR33
Tally Ho ! Sam Mayo CDR33
The Chinaman Sam Mayo CDR33
The Night began to fall Sam Mayo CDR33
The Town Crier Sam Mayo CDR33
The Trumpet Song Sam Mayo CDR33
The Widow Song Sam Mayo CDR33
Things are worse in Russia Sam Mayo CDR33
Alexanderís Ragtime Band The Two Bobs CDR34
Dicky Bird The Two Bobs CDR34
Down at Dooleyís Farm The Two Bobs CDR34
Four and Nine The Two Bobs CDR34
Gintyís Gramophone The Two Bobs CDR34
Hello! Hello! London Town! The Two Bobs CDR34
Iím going back to Dixie The Two Bobs CDR34
Iím on my way to Dublin Bay The Two Bobs CDR34
Itís a Cert The Two Bobs CDR34
Ja Da The Two Bobs CDR34
Oh That Ragtime Waltz The Two Bobs CDR34
Our Village The Two Bobs CDR34
Paddy McGintyís Goat The Two Bobs CDR34
Pennsylvani-ah The Two Bobs CDR34
Ragtime Cowboy Joe The Two Bobs CDR34
Rileyís Ideal Home The Two Bobs CDR34
Siís been drinking Cider The Two Bobs CDR34
Since I met you The Two Bobs CDR34
The Jingaboo Man The Two Bobs CDR34
Torpedoed Jim The Two Bobs CDR34
Tra, La-La-La The Two Bobs CDR34
When Martin Flynn plays on his violin The Two Bobs CDR34
When Paderewski Plays The Two Bobs CDR34
When Youíre in a Revue The Two Bobs CDR34
Whoops! Letís do it again The Two Bobs CDR34
Wonderful Girl from Wonderland The Two Bobs CDR34
Kentucky Baby American Comedy Four CDR35
Annie Laurie Haydn Quartette CDR35
Carry me back to Old Virginia Haydn Quartette CDR35
Darling Nellie Gray Haydn Quartette CDR35
Donít yer cry ma Honey Haydn Quartette CDR35
Home Sweet Home Haydn Quartette CDR35
In the Evening by the Moonlight Haydn Quartette CDR35
Little Alabama Coon Haydn Quartette CDR35
Louisiana Lou Haydn Quartette CDR35
Mandy Lee Haydn Quartette CDR35
Massaís in de cold cold ground Haydn Quartette CDR35
My Creole Sue Haydn Quartette CDR35
Old Black Joe Haydn Quartette CDR35
Old Folks at Home Haydn Quartette CDR35
The Cornfield Medley Haydn Quartette CDR35
The Reception Medley Haydn Quartette CDR35
The Steamboat Medley Haydn Quartette CDR35
Tom Birchmore, Cornerman, ďDixieĒ The Minstrels CDR35
Tom Birchmore, Cornerman, ďMassaĒ The Minstrels CDR35
De Ole Banjo The Minster Singers CDR35
Good-night The Minster Singers CDR35
Oh! Dem Golden Slippers The Minster Singers CDR35
An Evening with The Minstrels No1 Victor Minstrels CDR35
An Evening with The Minstrels No2 Victor Minstrels CDR35
An Evening with The Minstrels No3 Victor Minstrels CDR35
An Evening with The Minstrels No4 Victor Minstrels CDR35
Ding, Dong, Ding Zono Minstrels CDR35
Far Away Ober Dare Zono Minstrels CDR35
Ainít yer gwine say How-Do Victoria Monks CDR36
Ain't I no use Mr Jackson Victoria Monks CDR36
Call round any old time Victoria Monks CDR36
Come along Little Girl Victoria Monks CDR36
Donít tell your pals your troubles Victoria Monks CDR36
Give my regards to Leicester Square Victoria Monks CDR36
Hullo! Miss London Victoria Monks CDR36
I wish I had a Pal like You Victoria Monks CDR36
Iím leaving home Victoria Monks CDR36
If you want to have a row Victoria Monks CDR36
Judgement Day Victoria Monks CDR36
Love Song Victoria Monks CDR36
My Little Eva Victoria Monks CDR36
Open the door Victoria Monks CDR36
Pompeii Victoria Monks CDR36
Say Hello, Old Man Victoria Monks CDR36
Sweet Saturday Night Victoria Monks CDR36
Take me back to London Town Victoria Monks CDR36
Vickey Glide Victoria Monks CDR36
You might shake hands Victoria Monks CDR36
You splash me and Iíll splash You Alice Lloyd CDR37
Down at the Old Bull and Bush Barrel Piano CDR37
When Father papered the Parlour Billy Wiliams CDR37
I was a good little girl Ďtill I met you Clarice Mayne & J W Tate (ďThatĒ) CDR37
The Tower of London Dan Leno CDR37
Burlington Bertie from Bow Ella Shields CDR37
Howís your poor old feet Ernie Mayne CDR37
Flo From Pimlico Florrie Forde CDR37
Oh! The Fancy Petticoat Florrie Forde CDR37
Up went my little Umbrella Fred Earle CDR37
When Father said heíd pay the Rent George Formby CDR37
Take a tip from Father George Lashwood CDR37
Donít stop my Ďarf a pint oí beer Gus Elen CDR37
While I was licking my Stamp Harry Champion CDR37
All the girls are lovely by the seaside Harry Fragson CDR37
I love a Lassie Harry Lauder CDR37
Donít have any more Mrs. Moore Lily Morris CDR37
Thereís a silly thing to ask a Policeman Little Tich CDR37
If you were the only girl in the world Loraine & George Robey CDR37
A little bit of what you fancy Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR37
You can do a lot of things Mark Sheridan CDR37
Baby Sam Mayo CDR37
What do you think I did? Tom Woottwell CDR37
Following in Fatherís Footsteps Vesta Tilley CDR37
Itís part of a Policemanís Duty Vesta Tilley CDR37
It didnít take long to come off Vesta Victoria CDR37
I wish I had a Pal like You Victoria Monks CDR37
Have a Bit on the Lady Whit Cunliffe CDR37
At Trinity Church I met my doom (Instr.) Barrel Piano CDR38
Daisy Bell (Instrumental) Barrel Piano CDR38
Down at the Old Bull & Bush (Instr.) Barrel Piano CDR38
Knees up Mother Brown (Instr.) Barrel Piano CDR38
Knocked 'em in the Old Kent Road (Instr.) Barrel Piano CDR38
After the Ball (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Are we to part like this (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Brighton (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Daddy wouldn't buy me a bow-wow (Chor.) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Darling Mabel (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Flanagan (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Following in Father's Footsteps (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
For months and months (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Get out and get under (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Goodbye Dolly Gray (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Has anybody here seen Kelly (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Hold your hand out naughty boy (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
I used to sigh for the silvery moon (Chor.) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
I was a good little girl (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
If I should plant a tiny seed of love (Chor.) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
I'll be your sweetheart (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
I'm Shy Mary Ellen (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
In the good old Summer time (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
In the Twi-twi-twilight (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Katie Connor (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Let the great big world keep turning (Chor.) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Oh! Oh! Antonio (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
On the Good Ship Yacki-Hicki (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
PC 49 (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
She's a lassie from Lancashire (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Ship Ahoy (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Ta ra ra Boom-de-ay (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
The Army of Today's Alright (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
The Galloping Major (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
The Lily of Laguna (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
The Ship I love (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Three O'clock in the morning (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Two Little girls in Blue (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Wait til the clouds roll by (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Waiting for the Robert E Lee (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
You made me love you (Chorus) Charlie Kunz (Piano) CDR38
Leslie Stuart's Popular Songs (Instrumental) Leslie Stuart (Piano) CDR38
Fifty Years of Song (Instrumental) London Palladium Orch CDR38
Down at the Old Bull & Bush (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Down the road (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Ginger You're barmy (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Glorious Beer (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
I do like to be beside the seaside (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
I love a Lassie (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
I'm 21 today (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Let's all go down the Strand (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Nellie Dean (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Put me amongst the girls (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Red Wing (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
We all go the same way home (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
We all went marching home again (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Where did you get that hat? (Instrumental) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Who were you with last night? (Instr.) Mammoth Fair Organ CDR38
Bill Bailey (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Champagne Charlie (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Dolly Gray (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Get your hair cut (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Good Old Summer time (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
He's only a working man (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
I don't want to play in your yard (Instr.) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Little Alabama Coon (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
The Guards' Parade (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Tiddly Fol Lol (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
Where the sunset turns (Instrumental) Reginald Dixon (Organ) CDR38
And it was Jay Laurier CDR39
Blo-ay-ters Jay Laurier CDR39
Donít let Ďem scrap the British Navy Jay Laurier CDR39
Get away, Youíre kidding Jay Laurier CDR39
Get upon a Puff-Puff Jay Laurier CDR39
He Cats and ďSheĒ Cats Jay Laurier CDR39
His is a fine Phiz, His is Jay Laurier CDR39
I canít keep the Flies off my Lunch Jay Laurier CDR39
I like kissing Jay Laurier CDR39
I want Something to practice on Jay Laurier CDR39
Iím a disappointed Married Man Jay Laurier CDR39
Iím always doing something silly Jay Laurier CDR39
Letís have a jolly good Cry Jay Laurier CDR39
Nine Inch Nails Jay Laurier CDR39
Olga Petrovski Jay Laurier CDR39
One of the Lightweights Jay Laurier CDR39
Shall Us? Letís Jay Laurier CDR39
Silly Billy Brown Jay Laurier CDR39
Sneezing Jay Laurier CDR39
Swim Sam Swim Jay Laurier CDR39
Thereís a Cow in a Field over there Jay Laurier CDR39
Top Hole Jay Laurier CDR39
Wait till Iíve finished my Orange Jay Laurier CDR39
Why is Cecil selling Seashells? Jay Laurier CDR39
A tale of Paris Billy Williams CDR4
All the silver from the silvery moon Billy Williams CDR4
As good as money in the bank Billy Williams CDR4
Donít go out with him tonight Billy Williams CDR4
I must go home tonight Billy Williams CDR4
Iím the man that buried Flanagan Billy Williams CDR4
In the land where there are no girls Billy Williams CDR4
Itís a wonder what little things lead to Billy Williams CDR4
Itís mine when youíve done with it Billy Williams CDR4
John go and put your trousers on Billy Williams CDR4
Land where the Women wear the trousers Billy Williams CDR4
Letís have a song upon the phonograph Billy Williams CDR4
Little Willieís Woodbines Billy Williams CDR4
Parody - All coons look alike to me Billy Williams CDR4
Poor old England Billy Williams CDR4
Save a little one for me Billy Williams CDR4
Soap and Water Billy Williams CDR4
We donít want more daylight Billy Williams CDR4
When Father papered the Parlour Billy Williams CDR4
Why do you think I look so gay? Billy Williams CDR4
Back, Back to Alabamí Harry Weldon CDR40
Cowboy (Dawson City) Harry Weldon CDR40
Heís a Pro Harry Weldon CDR40
I canít get away from my Ancestors Harry Weldon CDR40
Jack Sheppard Harry Weldon CDR40
On the Road to Ruin Harry Weldon CDR40
Pedigrees Harry Weldon CDR40
S No Use Harry Weldon CDR40
S too Old, ĎS too Old, Sickening, ĎS too Old Harry Weldon CDR40
Sleuthy, the Dread of the Heads Harry Weldon CDR40
So long, Sally Harry Weldon CDR40
Somebodyís Baby Harry Weldon CDR40
Stiffy, the Goalkeeper Harry Weldon CDR40
Stiffy, the Warder Harry Weldon CDR40
The Bullfighter Harry Weldon CDR40
The Pastoral Song Harry Weldon CDR40
The Police will have me before long Harry Weldon CDR40
The Policeman Harry Weldon CDR40
The White Hope Harry Weldon CDR40
Tyrolean Song Harry Weldon CDR40
Fishing Harry Tate CDR41
Fortifying the Home Harry Tate CDR41
Howís Your Father? Harry Tate CDR41
Motoring Harry Tate CDR41
Running an Office Harry Tate CDR41
Selling a Car Harry Tate CDR41
Because I look a Fool Ben Lawes CDR42
Exits Ben Lawes CDR42
I be only a poor Country Chap Ben Lawes CDR42
In Pirate Days of old Ben Lawes CDR42
Little Puddle town Ben Lawes CDR42
Mrs Jorkins in Town Ben Lawes CDR42
My Marriage Ben Lawes CDR42
Sheís proud and sheís beautiful Ben Lawes CDR42
The Appetite Ben Lawes CDR42
The Christening Ben Lawes CDR42
The Countryman's Holiday Ben Lawes CDR42
The Galloping Major Ben Lawes CDR42
The Jocular Judge Ben Lawes CDR42
The little Wireless Set I made at home Ben Lawes CDR42
The Village Pump Ben Lawes CDR42
When the Romans conquered England Ben Lawes CDR42
With my Father along of Me Ben Lawes CDR42
ĎArnessing An ĎOrse Will Evans CDR43
A Knight in Armour Will Evans CDR43
All about Jim Will Evans CDR43
Building a Chicken House Will Evans CDR43
Burlesque speech on "Fiscal Policy" Will Evans CDR43
Down at the Garden Gate Will Evans CDR43
How are You getting on? Will Evans CDR43
Keeping Bees Will Evans CDR43
Mrs. Morganís Cure Will Evans CDR43
On the Doorstep Will Evans CDR43
Police Court Justice Will Evans CDR43
The Beauty Doctor Will Evans CDR43
The Breach of Promise Case Will Evans CDR43
The Butcher Will Evans CDR43
The Derby Winner Will Evans CDR43
The Girl Who lost her Memory Will Evans CDR43
The Invasion of 1910 Will Evans CDR43
The Letter Will Evans CDR43
The Mermaidís Lament Will Evans CDR43
The Novelette Will Evans CDR43
The Showman Will Evans CDR43
The Suffragette Will Evans CDR43
Tin Tacks Will Evans CDR43
Yachting Will Evans CDR43
You do belong to me donít you? Will Evans CDR43
A Little Boy called Taps Hamilton Hill CDR44
Airship and the Swallow Hamilton Hill CDR44
Be my Girl Hamilton Hill CDR44
Bluebell Hamilton Hill CDR44
Do, Re, Me, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do Hamilton Hill CDR44
Donít Cry Sister Jane Hamilton Hill CDR44
Eyes of Blue Hamilton Hill CDR44
Farewell my little Yo San Hamilton Hill CDR44
Fireman's Song Hamilton Hill CDR44
Goodbye Little Girl Hamilton Hill CDR44
Goodbye, Sweet Marie Hamilton Hill CDR44
I want to be a Drummer in the Band Hamilton Hill CDR44
If I should plant a Tiny Seed of Love Hamilton Hill CDR44
I'll be true Hamilton Hill CDR44
In Sweet Loveland Hamilton Hill CDR44
Just a Little Rocking Chair and You Hamilton Hill CDR44
Kiss your Soldier Boy, Goodbye Hamilton Hill CDR44
Life's Lullaby Hamilton Hill CDR44
One of the Girls Hamilton Hill CDR44
Pansy Faces Hamilton Hill CDR44
Somebody's Sailor Boy Hamilton Hill CDR44
Stowaway Hamilton Hill CDR44
The Boys Brigade Hamilton Hill CDR44
Thereís Music in the Air Hamilton Hill CDR44
To the End of the World with You Hamilton Hill CDR44
What is the Use of Loving a Girl? Hamilton Hill CDR44
When the Boys go Marching by Hamilton Hill CDR44
When You were Sweet Sixteen Hamilton Hill CDR44
Goodbye Dolly Gray Leo Stormont CDR44
At the Seaside Ernest Shand CDR45
By the Sea Ernest Shand CDR45
Daily Mirror Front Page Ernest Shand CDR45
I went on my Way Rejoicing Ernest Shand CDR45
In a Case like that, Donít Wait Ernest Shand CDR45
In America Ernest Shand CDR45
Introductions Ernest Shand CDR45
Lloyd Jarge Ernest Shand CDR45
Oh isnít it Singular Ernest Shand CDR45
Poor Noah Moore Ernest Shand CDR45
Short Stories Ernest Shand CDR45
That broke up the Party Ernest Shand CDR45
The Bachelor Ernest Shand CDR45
The Husband's Strike Ernest Shand CDR45
The Last Pub Ernest Shand CDR45
The M.P. Ernest Shand CDR45
The Orator Ernest Shand CDR45
The Ragtime Curate Ernest Shand CDR45
Voluntary Contributions Ernest Shand CDR45
We really had a most Delightful Evening Ernest Shand CDR45
A Dusky Belle Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Americana Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
An Ethiopian Carnival Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Banjo Oddity Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Bolero Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Darktown Dandies Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
El Capitain Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Jessamine Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
King Cotton March Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Lumbrin Luke Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Menuet Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Narcissus Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
National Airs Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Oakleigh Quick Step Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Poppies and Wheat Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Queen of the Burlesque Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Rugby Parade March Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Stars and Stripes Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Coloured Major March Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Columbian March Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Coons Parade Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Dandy Fifth Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Darkeyís Awakening Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Drum Major Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Sweepís Intermezzo Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
The Yeomanís Call Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Torchlight Parade Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Whistling Rufus Olly Oakley (Banjo) CDR46
Mocking bird Burt Earle CDR47
Alas My Poor Brother Charles Foster CDR47
Algy the Piccadilly Johnny Charles Foster CDR47
At my Time of Life Charles Foster CDR47
Cooking the Cock of the North Charles Foster CDR47
Couldnít help it, Had to Charles Foster CDR47
Daisy Day Charles Foster CDR47
Darling Mabel Charles Foster CDR47
Iím the Plumber Charles Foster CDR47
Is there Anything Else youíd like Charles Foster CDR47
Jolly Little Polly on a Tin Gee Gee Charles Foster CDR47
Oh Girls! If he wants to kiss you Charles Foster CDR47
Oh Mr Soldier Boy Charles Foster CDR47
One at a Time Charles Foster CDR47
What Ho She bumps Charles Foster CDR47
Why did I leave my Little Back Room Charles Foster CDR47
Youíve got a long way to go Charles Foster CDR47
I love Society Connie Ediss CDR47
Whist! The Bogey Man Emile Berliner CDR47
Are We to part like this Fred Dixon CDR47
Captain of the Forty Thieves Fred Dixon CDR47
Follow the Man from Cooks Fred Dixon CDR47
We all had a Finger in the Pie Fred Dixon CDR47
The Whistler G Snazelle CDR47
And her Golden Hair etc. George J Gaskin CDR47
Just because She made Dem Goo Goo Eyes George J Gaskin CDR47
The New Cut Coon Gus Elen CDR47
Mendelssohn's Concerto (Banjo) H Clarke CDR47
I know 'em all Harry Taylor CDR47
Policeman's song ďNight DutyĒ Harry Taylor CDR47
God Save the King Herbert Darnley CDR47
Little Dolly Daydream (Piano Solo) Leslie Stuart CDR47
My Old Dutch Louis Bradfield CDR47
El Capitain March (Xylophones) Musical Avalos CDR47
Have you got that £10 note R G Knowles CDR47
A fat lot to crow about Ben Albert CDR48
A Little Bit Here and There Ben Albert CDR48
After You with the Soap Ben Albert CDR48
Derby Day Ben Albert CDR48
Do you remember? How can I forget Ben Albert CDR48
Faces Ben Albert CDR48
Geography Ben Albert CDR48
Go Away , Good Massa Bee Ben Albert CDR48
Incidents Ben Albert CDR48
Inquisitive Kiddie Ben Albert CDR48
Logic Ben Albert CDR48
On the Day King Edward gets his Crown on Ben Albert CDR48
Potted Poetry Ben Albert CDR48
Seven Ages of Man Ben Albert CDR48
The Cook who cooks (Part 1) Ben Albert CDR48
The Cook who cooks (Part 2) Ben Albert CDR48
The Damaged Blacksmith Ben Albert CDR48
The End of the Chapter Ben Albert CDR48
The Li-cen-sor Ben Albert CDR48
Three Ages of Women Ben Albert CDR48
What is it - likes so much? Ben Albert CDR48
What is Work? Ben Albert CDR48
Whatís the Use of Sighing? Ben Albert CDR48
When the Women earn all the Money Ben Albert CDR48
Why go Abroad? Ben Albert CDR48
Crimes Alfred Lester CDR49
Dandelions and Daffodils Alfred Lester CDR49
Dear Old Shepherdís Bush Alfred Lester CDR49
Gardening Alfred Lester CDR49
Germs Alfred Lester CDR49
Higgins the Quack Alfred Lester CDR49
Hurrah for the Rolling Sea Alfred Lester CDR49
I do like to sing in the Bath Alfred Lester CDR49
I love Me Alfred Lester CDR49
Lily of the Valley Alfred Lester CDR49
Longshoreman Bill Alfred Lester CDR49
My Motter Alfred Lester CDR49
Ours is a Nice House, Ours is Alfred Lester CDR49
The Conscientious Objector Alfred Lester CDR49
The Hairdresser Alfred Lester CDR49
The Property Man Alfred Lester CDR49
The Restaurant Episode Alfred Lester CDR49
The Scene Shifter's Lament Alfred Lester CDR49
Why did I marry my Wife Alfred Lester CDR49
Yes, We have no Bananas Alfred Lester CDR49
A long, long way to Tipperary Florrie Forde CDR5
A new wife now Florrie Forde CDR5
Come into the Parlour, Charlie Florrie Forde CDR5
Daisy Bell Florrie Forde CDR5
Flanagan Florrie Forde CDR5
Girls, study your Cookery Book Florrie Forde CDR5
Has anybody here seen Kelly? Florrie Forde CDR5
Hold your hand out, naughty boy Florrie Forde CDR5
Howíd you like to spoon with me? Florrie Forde CDR5
Iíve got rings on my fingers Florrie Forde CDR5
Is anybody looking for a Widow Florrie Forde CDR5
It pays to advertise Florrie Forde CDR5
Man and Wife should always pull together Florrie Forde CDR5
My German Band Florrie Forde CDR5
My wife won't let me Florrie Forde CDR5
Oh! Oh! Antonio Florrie Forde CDR5
Only a bird in a gilded cage Florrie Forde CDR5
Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag Florrie Forde CDR5
Play that again on the Gramophone Florrie Forde CDR5
Polish up the handle on the door Florrie Forde CDR5
She didnít think she was doing any harm Florrie Forde CDR5
Sheís a Lassie from Lancashire Florrie Forde CDR5
The Bull and Bush Florrie Forde CDR5
Theyíre all single by the seaside Florrie Forde CDR5
Up to one of your tricks again Florrie Forde CDR5
What the curate saw Florrie Forde CDR5
Ah-Oh Charles Austin CDR50
Iím Much Better Looking Charles Austin CDR50
Iíve only been married a week Charles Austin CDR50
Parker at the Derby Charles Austin CDR50
Parker at Wembley Charles Austin CDR50
Parker P.C.: Hold Ďem Police Station Scene Charles Austin CDR50
Parker P.C.: Let Ďem go Police Scene Charles Austin CDR50
Parkerís Appeal: Before the Tribunal Charles Austin CDR50
Parkerís Appeal: Wanted for the Army Charles Austin CDR50
Parkerís Progress: Club Raid Scene Charles Austin CDR50
Parkerís Progress: Swell Street Police Station Scene Charles Austin CDR50
Parker's Christening Charles Austin CDR50
Poor Parker Charles Austin CDR50
Ugh Ooh Charles Austin CDR50
A Funny Little Hieland Man Jack Lorimer CDR51
A Manís a Man for aí that Jack Lorimer CDR51
A Wee Aberdonian Jack Lorimer CDR51
Ching a Ling Hooch Aye Jack Lorimer CDR51
Drop in and have a wee Drappie Jack Lorimer CDR51
D'ye ken Bonnie Mary Jack Lorimer CDR51
Finnon Haddie Jack Lorimer CDR51
Gay Ostend Jack Lorimer CDR51
Heilan Sandy Jack Lorimer CDR51
Hussars Jack Lorimer CDR51
Iíve just come up for a Day Jack Lorimer CDR51
Jessie Dear Jack Lorimer CDR51
Jock McPherson Jack Lorimer CDR51
Jonathan Jock McKenzie Jack Lorimer CDR51
MacGregor, Iím him Jack Lorimer CDR51
Maggie McIndoo Jack Lorimer CDR51
McDougallís Ball Jack Lorimer CDR51
Mrs Sandy McIntyre Jack Lorimer CDR51
My Hieland Laddie Oh! Jack Lorimer CDR51
Oh, Sandy Jack Lorimer CDR51
Scotch and Polly Jack Lorimer CDR51
Sheís a Braw Lass Jack Lorimer CDR51
The Scotch Sailor Jack Lorimer CDR51
The Seaside Promenade Jack Lorimer CDR51
Three Jolly Scotsmen Jack Lorimer CDR51
Wee MacGregor Jack Lorimer CDR51
When We went to London Jack Lorimer CDR51
Youíre always teasing Me Jack Lorimer CDR51
All have this with me Frank Leo CDR52
Are you walking out with Anybody Frank Leo CDR52
Harry and Family at the Zoo Frank Leo CDR52
Has Anyone been asking for me? Frank Leo CDR52
I didnít want to cause any Trouble Frank Leo CDR52
I had to leave Frank Leo CDR52
I thought there was something the Matter Frank Leo CDR52
I wonder what Heís going to do next Frank Leo CDR52
If youíre doing that for me you can stop Frank Leo CDR52
It makes One think Frank Leo CDR52
It was a sad, sad, day for me Frank Leo CDR52
Itís a Grand Sight to see them going away Frank Leo CDR52
Mister Cook Frank Leo CDR52
One and a Penny a Day Frank Leo CDR52
Waiting for further Evidence Frank Leo CDR52
We are all equal in the Sea Frank Leo CDR52
We are going to have a Nice Afternoon Frank Leo CDR52
We are going to have a Nice Afternoon Frank Leo CDR52
When the Bugle calls Frank Leo CDR52
When the Camp Fireís brightly burning Frank Leo CDR52
You ought to see the Way weíre coming along Frank Leo CDR52
The Village Fire Brigade Alfred Lester CDR53
Insubordination Arthur Prince & Jim CDR53
Valse Caprice (Danced by Anna Pavlova) Arthur Rubinstein CDR53
God Save The King (Instrumental) Band CDR53
Some Notes at an ďAt HomeĒ Barclay Gammon CDR53
London Chirgwin CDR53
Josh-ua Clarice Mayne CDR53
When Schultz fights the Drum Fanny Fields CDR53
By the Side of the Zeider Zee Florrie Forde CDR53
Mayor of Mudcumdyke George Robey CDR53
A Word from Harry Claff Harry Claff CDR53
Roaminí in the Gloaminí Harry Lauder CDR53
Motoring Harry Tate CDR53
Melodious Memories Herman Finck CDR53
Pirouette (Dedicated to Anna Pavlova) Herman Finck CDR53
Everybodyís Doing It Ida Crisp & Robert Hale CDR53
The Gamekeeper Little Tich CDR53
Le Cygne (Danced by Anna Pavlova) Marie Hall CDR53
God Save The King (Vocal) Solo and Chorus CDR53
Algy, the Piccadilly Johnnie Vesta Tilley CDR53
Jolly Good Luck to the Girl Vesta Tilley CDR53
The Night Watchman Wilkie Bard CDR53
You've got to sing in Ragtime Wilkie Bard CDR53
Dites Moi si Je suis Belle Yvette Guilbert CDR53
Ainít gonna Rain no moí Blaney & Farrar CDR54
All alone Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Another One gone Blaney & Farrar CDR54
As long as He loves Me Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Cousin Claraís crazy over Crosswords Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Honest and Truly Blaney & Farrar CDR54
I ain't Nobody's Darling Blaney & Farrar CDR54
I canít get the One I want Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Maybe I'm wrong again Blaney & Farrar CDR54
My Cello man Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Nobody lied Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Old Favourites Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Percy's Posh Plus-Fours are priceless Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Queen of the Oojah Isles Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Runniní Wild (An Ebony Jazz Tune) Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Second-Hand Rose Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Shall I have it bobbed or shingled Blaney & Farrar CDR54
That Lazy Melody Blaney & Farrar CDR54
The Moon is low Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Ukelele Lady Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Weíre gonna have Weather (Whether or Not) Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Weep no more (My Mammy) Blaney & Farrar CDR54
What Angeline says, goes Blaney & Farrar CDR54
Who tied the Can on the Old Dogís Tail Blaney & Farrar CDR54
You forgot to remember Blaney & Farrar CDR54
A Lassie up in Lancashire Dick Henderson CDR55
Caring for You Dick Henderson CDR55
Donít be so unkind Baby Dick Henderson CDR55
Drifting and Dreaming Dick Henderson CDR55
Good Night Dick Henderson CDR55
Had I but known Dick Henderson CDR55
Hello Bluebird Dick Henderson CDR55
I want a Pie with a Plum in Dick Henderson CDR55
I wish I had died in my Cradle Dick Henderson CDR55
Iím smiling through my Tears Dick Henderson CDR55
If I knew Iíd find You Dick Henderson CDR55
In Old Vienna Dick Henderson CDR55
Jog Jog Jogging along Dick Henderson CDR55
My Inspiration is You Dick Henderson CDR55
Pal of My Cradle Days Dick Henderson CDR55
Rosie Posieís Dick Henderson CDR55
She can make a Nice Cup of Tea Dick Henderson CDR55
Sheís such a comfort to Me Dick Henderson CDR55
Since I found You Dick Henderson CDR55
The Crowning of the Cotton Queen Dick Henderson CDR55
The ever open Door Dick Henderson CDR55
Will the Angels play their Harps for me Dick Henderson CDR55
Yorkshire Dick Henderson CDR55
A Member of the Force Harry Champion CDR56
Any Old Iron (Full Version 1911) Harry Champion CDR56
As large as Life in the Harem Harry Champion CDR56
Baked Sheepís Hearts Harry Champion CDR56
Carroty Harry Champion CDR56
Daisyís Daisy Roots Harry Champion CDR56
Four Meals a Day Harry Champion CDR56
Funny Little Bob Tailed Coat Harry Champion CDR56
Have a drop of Gin, Joe Harry Champion CDR56
Henry The Eighth Harry Champion CDR56
Hot Meat Pies, Saveloys and Trotters Harry Champion CDR56
How are You Mother Harry Champion CDR56
I must have a Feather in my Hat Harry Champion CDR56
Mr Piper, Give Us a Pipe OíBaccy Harry Champion CDR56
My looks donít pity Me Harry Champion CDR56
My Old Iron Cross Harry Champion CDR56
Oh Ladies Harry Champion CDR56
Samuel Duff Harry Champion CDR56
Stirring up the Gravy in the Old Tin Pot Harry Champion CDR56
That Funny Little Tie Harry Champion CDR56
The Old Ham Bone Harry Champion CDR56
Where did You get your Bow, Joe Harry Champion CDR56
Who says London isnít the Country Harry Champion CDR56
Work, Boys Work Harry Champion CDR56
Wotcha my Old Brown Son Harry Champion CDR56
Yorkshire Pudden Harry Champion CDR56
You are a Liarty Harry Champion CDR56
Apres la Guerre Elsie Janis CDR57
Balliní the Jack Elsie Janis CDR57
Florrie was a Flapper Elsie Janis CDR57
Give me the Moonlight Elsie Janis CDR57
I love them all a little Bit Elsie Janis CDR57
Iím not prepared Elsie Janis CDR57
Iíve got Everything I want Elsie Janis CDR57
Prudence Elsie Janis CDR57
Smiles Elsie Janis CDR57
That Same Old Song Elsie Janis CDR57
The Darktown Strutters Ball Elsie Janis CDR57
The Fortune Teller Elsie Janis CDR57
The Jazz Band Elsie Janis CDR57
The Picture that I want to see Elsie Janis CDR57
Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula Elsie Janis CDR57
Youíre here and Iím there Elsie Janis CDR57
Good-bye Summer, So long Fall! Ethel Levey CDR57
Hello Wintertime! Ethel Levey CDR57
How do You do, Miss Ragtime? Ethel Levey CDR57
My Tango Girl Ethel Levey CDR57
That Hula Hula Ethel Levey CDR57
Where did Robinson Crusoe go Ethel Levey CDR57
Never introduce your Bloke to your Lady Friends Alice Lloyd CDR58
Young Men Lodgers Alice Lloyd CDR58
All your Pals may leave You Kate Carney CDR58
If You can't do no good, Don't do no harm Kate Carney CDR58
Actions Marie Lloyd CDR58
The Coster Christening Marie Lloyd CDR58
The Costerís wedding Marie Lloyd CDR58
The Tail of a Skirt Marie Lloyd CDR58
What, What Marie Lloyd CDR58
When the Leaves began to fall Marie Lloyd CDR58
Following a Fellow with a Face like Me Vesta Tilley CDR58
Give It to Father Vesta Tilley CDR58
Iím the Idol of the Girls Vesta Tilley CDR58
The Maidenís Sea Trip Vesta Tilley CDR58
When a Fellowís in Love Vesta Tilley CDR58
When the Right Girl comes along Vesta Tilley CDR58
Billy Green Vesta Victoria CDR58
Carlo Vesta Victoria CDR58
Father, Mother and the Apple Vesta Victoria CDR58
He calls Me his Own Grace Darling Vesta Victoria CDR58
His Lordship - My Old Man Vesta Victoria CDR58
Man, Man, Man Vesta Victoria CDR58
Mary Ann, Come in Vesta Victoria CDR58
Poor John Vesta Victoria CDR58
The Turkey Girl Vesta Victoria CDR58
Whatís good enough for Father Vesta Victoria CDR58
Enjoy Yourself Victoria Monks CDR58
I do feel so Lonely Victoria Monks CDR58
Ahím disguised Tom Foy CDR59
Ah've had t' nose pulled Tom Foy CDR59
All through tíBlack Horse Tom Foy CDR59
Amateur Theatricals Tom Foy CDR59
Courting Tom Foy CDR59
Donkey and Me Tom Foy CDR59
First Time that I come up to London Tom Foy CDR59
Getting my Temper up Tom Foy CDR59
If We live to be Ninety Nine Tom Foy CDR59
I've been to America Tom Foy CDR59
I've had some Money left Me Tom Foy CDR59
Live and Learn Tom Foy CDR59
Much obliged to Me Tom Foy CDR59
My Aunt Martha Ann Tom Foy CDR59
My Bunker Bump Tom Foy CDR59
My farewell to Sarby Brig Tom Foy CDR59
My Girl's promised to marry Me Tom Foy CDR59
Nearly Wedded Tom Foy CDR59
Nineteen Bright Pounds Tom Foy CDR59
Our Straits Canal Tom Foy CDR59
Scouting Tom Foy CDR59
The Fool of the Family Tom Foy CDR59
Wales and Wales and Weals Tom Foy CDR59
Story of a clothes line Alice Lloyd CDR6
Bathing or Should the Sexes bathe together Charles Foster CDR6
The Bond Street Tea Walk Charles Foster CDR6
A little bit of lovin' Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR6
I live in hopes Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR6
One of the ruins that Cromwell knocked Marie Lloyd Jnr. CDR6
A little of what you fancy does you good Marie Lloyd CDR6
Every little movement Marie Lloyd CDR6
Now you've got the Khaki on Marie Lloyd CDR6
Put on your slippers Marie Lloyd CDR6
Revue Marie Lloyd CDR6
Something on his mind Marie Lloyd CDR6
The Coster girl in Paris Marie Lloyd CDR6
The Piccadilly Trot Marie Lloyd CDR6
The Twiddly-wink Marie Lloyd CDR6
When I take my morning promenade Marie Lloyd CDR6
Woman's Opinion of Man Marie Lloyd CDR6
Oh! Mr. Porter Norah Blaney CDR6
Donít Dilly Dally on the way Ray Wallace CDR6
There they are - the two of 'em on their own Ray Wallace CDR6
Twiggy Voo Ray Wallace CDR6
Agatha Green Margaret Cooper CDR60
Bonjour Marie Margaret Cooper CDR60
Catch Me! Margaret Cooper CDR60
Cheero Margaret Cooper CDR60
Come down to Brighton Margaret Cooper CDR60
Come to Town Miss Brown Margaret Cooper CDR60
Dingle Dongle Dell Margaret Cooper CDR60
Dreamland Margaret Cooper CDR60
Heaps oí Lickins Margaret Cooper CDR60
Hullo Tu Tu Margaret Cooper CDR60
I donít seem to want you when youíre with me Margaret Cooper CDR60
In the Maytime Margaret Cooper CDR60
Inquisitive Ann Margaret Cooper CDR60
Let us waltz round together Margaret Cooper CDR60
Little Princess, Look-Up Margaret Cooper CDR60
Love is meant to make us glad Margaret Cooper CDR60
Ma Dusky Maid Margaret Cooper CDR60
Motherís Darling Margaret Cooper CDR60
Peter Margaret Cooper CDR60
Plumstones Margaret Cooper CDR60
The Fox Trot Hop Margaret Cooper CDR60
Under the Um-ber-el-la Margaret Cooper CDR60
Visitors Margaret Cooper CDR60
Whatís it got to do with you Margaret Cooper CDR60
ĎArry, ĎArry Alec Hurley CDR61
For Thee Arthur Roberts CDR61
All the Little Ducks went Quack Burt Shepard CDR61
Mary was a Housemaid Burt Shepard CDR61
Going to the Races Dan Leno CDR61
Lousiana Lou Ellaline Terriss CDR61
Little Dolly Day-Dream Eugene Stratton CDR61
Red Light ďDangerĒ Florrie Forde CDR61
Donít forget your Umbrella, John Fred Lay CDR61
If the Man in the Moon were a Coon George Elliott CDR61
Ladies I have met George Lashwood CDR61
The Dentist George Mozart CDR61
Me-riah Gus Elen CDR61
The Fishing Club Harry Anderson CDR61
Canít You take my Word Harry Ford CDR61
Wearing Kilts Harry Lauder CDR61
Has Anybody seen Our Cat? Harry Taylor CDR61
My Old Kentucky Home Haydn Quartet CDR61
Liza Johnson Kate Carney CDR61
My First Cigar Louis Bradfield CDR61
Stepping Stones to General Knowledge Malcolm Scott CDR61
Cordalia Malone Mika Magee CDR61
Paddy in Kilts Pat Rafferty CDR61
Sister Mary Janeís Top Note S H Dudley CDR61
Thereís a Girl inside Victoria Monks CDR61
Isnít that just like a Man Walter Miller CDR61
Has Anyone been asking for Me? Wilkie Bard CDR61
All aboard for Margate Florrie Forde CDR62
Always trust a Sailor Florrie Forde CDR62
Another Little Girl in Your Eye Florrie Forde CDR62
Carrie from Camden Town Florrie Forde CDR62
Come and hear the Orchestra Florrie Forde CDR62
Do drop in the Dewdrop Inn Florrie Forde CDR62
Easy Street Florrie Forde CDR62
I don't care if the Mormons come Florrie Forde CDR62
Keep away from the Petticoats Florrie Forde CDR62
Looping the Loop Florrie Forde CDR62
Love is Money Florrie Forde CDR62
Mary took her Calves to The Dairy Show Florrie Forde CDR62
My Little Love Bird Florrie Forde CDR62
Oh Father Florrie Forde CDR62
Oh George tell them to stop the Flip Flap Florrie Forde CDR62
Oh the Lady with the Glad Eye Florrie Forde CDR62
On the Banks of the Rhine Florrie Forde CDR62
One Day, She helped Herself to Father Florrie Forde CDR62
Poor Aunt Jane Florrie Forde CDR62
Sarah Ann Florrie Forde CDR62
Thatís what the Girl told the Soldier Florrie Forde CDR62
The Brixton Girl Florrie Forde CDR62
The Old Welsh Harp Florrie Forde CDR62
Weíve got a Motor Florrie Forde CDR62
Wet Paint Florrie Forde CDR62
What Price A Little Bit of Crackling on the Pork? Florrie Forde CDR62
You do take up a Lot of Room Florrie Forde CDR62
Youíve got to get up in the Morning Florrie Forde CDR62
I shouted "Bovril" to the Bull Fred Elton CDR63
Look! Look! The Moon Manís in the Sky Fred Elton CDR63
Mammy come back to me Fred Elton CDR63
Marie OíNeil Fred Elton CDR63
Music Hall Tit-Bits (The Medley Song) Fred Elton CDR63
Should a Woman tell? Fred Elton CDR63
The Funny Little Bunny Sonny had Fred Elton CDR63
Donít You think Youíve overstepped the Margin Harry Ford CDR63
He doesnít mean any harm Harry Ford CDR63
Naughty Boy Harry Ford CDR63
Poor, Proud and Particular Harry Ford CDR63
That's Enough! Harry Ford CDR63
The Day that I Became a Millionaire Harry Ford CDR63
What a Face Harry Ford CDR63
When She walks Harry Ford CDR63
Always keep your Eyes wide open Joe Archer CDR63
Hi, Johnny! Who's your Tailor? Joe Archer CDR63
Hold me tight a little longer, Joe Joe Archer CDR63
Howís Your Father? Joe Archer CDR63
I jumped out of Bed, quick Joe Archer CDR63
If we hadn't any Women in the World Joe Archer CDR63
In the days of Adam and Eve Joe Archer CDR63
Want to see the War all over Joe Archer CDR63
We are a fine Family Joe Archer CDR63
You look all wrong because youíre bandy Joe Archer CDR63
You'd be surprised Violet Loraine CDR53
A Dollar Princess Violet Loraine CDR64
All Clear out of the Park Violet Loraine CDR64
Another Little Drink wouldn't do us any harm Violet Loraine CDR64
Come again through Loverís Lane Violet Loraine CDR64
Dear Old Saturday Night Violet Loraine CDR64
From here to Shanghai Violet Loraine CDR64
Here comes Tootsie Violet Loraine CDR64
If You were the Only Girl in the World Violet Loraine CDR64
Let the Great Big World keep turning Violet Loraine CDR64
No more Stopping out Late Violet Loraine CDR64
Oh by Jingo, Oh by Gee Violet Loraine CDR64
Oh! The Woman in Room 13 Violet Loraine CDR64
Some Day Iíll make you love me Violet Loraine CDR64
The Gypsy warned me Violet Loraine CDR64
The Harem Skirt Violet Loraine CDR64
The Kipling Walk Violet Loraine CDR64
Three Cheers for Little Belgium Violet Loraine CDR64
Violet Loraine Medley Violet Loraine CDR64
Weíve been married just One Year Violet Loraine CDR64
What a little Moonlight can do Violet Loraine CDR64
When Millie tied her Shoe up in The Strand Violet Loraine CDR64
Algernon, Go Hon! Daisy Taylor CDR65
Archie, don't be so Stiff and Starchy! Daisy Taylor CDR65
Beautiful Baby Doll Daisy Taylor CDR65
Everybody loves our Baby Daisy Taylor CDR65
Hey Ho! Canít You hear the Steamer? Daisy Taylor CDR65
Iíll make You want Me Daisy Taylor CDR65
Iím coming back to Bonnie Scotland Daisy Taylor CDR65
Iíve got everything I want but you Daisy Taylor CDR65
Letís pretend Weíre married Daisy Taylor CDR65
Love me while the Loviní is Good Daisy Taylor CDR65
Make your mind up Maggie Mackenzie Daisy Taylor CDR65
Popsy Wopsy Daisy Taylor CDR65
Sandy, Take hold of my Hand Daisy Taylor CDR65
Sergeant Macadoo Daisy Taylor CDR65
Take Advice from One Who knows Daisy Taylor CDR65
Weíve been married just one year Daisy Taylor CDR65
When theyíve wound the watch up on the rhine (with Jack Charman) Daisy Taylor CDR65
You canít make Music with That! Daisy Taylor CDR65
Youíre here and Iím there Daisy Taylor CDR65
Alexanderís Ragtime Band The Three Rascals CDR67
Baboon Dance The Three Rascals CDR67
Band, Band, Band The Three Rascals CDR67
Banjo Joe The Three Rascals CDR67
Gaby Glide The Three Rascals CDR67
Get Out and Get Under The Three Rascals CDR67
Hello! Hello! London Town The Three Rascals CDR67
Hitchy Koo The Three Rascals CDR67
Iíll make you want Me The Three Rascals CDR67
Iím going back to Dixie The Three Rascals CDR67
Melindaís Wedding Day The Three Rascals CDR67
Mickey Rooneyís Band The Three Rascals CDR67
On the Mississippi The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragging the Baby to Sleep The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Cowboy Joe The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Dinner Time Band The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Goblin Man The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Melodies The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Suffragette The Three Rascals CDR67
Ragtime Violin The Three Rascals CDR67
Snooky Ookums The Three Rascals CDR67
Someone is Coming to My House The Three Rascals CDR67
That Beautiful Band The Three Rascals CDR67
The Flower Garden Ball The Three Rascals CDR67
The Ragtime Jockey The Three Rascals CDR67
Theyíve got me Doing it Again The Three Rascals CDR67
When the Midnight Choo Choo leaves for Alabam The Three Rascals CDR67
You didnít want to do it but You did The Three Rascals CDR67
Youíre my Baby The Three Rascals CDR67
Eíd push Ďem along Jen Latona CDR68
Everybodyís doing it at the Seaside Jen Latona CDR68
Gee, I like Music with my Meals Jen Latona CDR68
Hark it is the Thunderman Jen Latona CDR68
Honeyman Jen Latona CDR68
I want to be in Dixie Jen Latona CDR68
Insanity Jen Latona CDR68
I've been longing to meet You Jen Latona CDR68
Keep on swinging me Charlie Jen Latona CDR68
Land of I dunno where Jen Latona CDR68
Maggie McLaren Jen Latona CDR68
Ragging the Baby to sleep Jen Latona CDR68
Rickety Stairs Jen Latona CDR68
R-r-rip that Melody Jen Latona CDR68
Rum Tum Tiddle Jen Latona CDR68
Sweethearts Jen Latona CDR68
That Haunting Melody Jen Latona CDR68
When the Wedding Bells go Ding Dong Jen Latona CDR68
Why do You keep laughing at me? Jen Latona CDR68
Yiddisher Luck and Irisha Luck Jen Latona CDR68
Your Daddy did the same thing 50 years ago Jen Latona CDR68
Arcadee Vesta Victoria CDR69
Billy Green Vesta Victoria CDR69
Carlo Vesta Victoria CDR69
Don't sing the Chorus Vesta Victoria CDR69
Father, Mother and an Apple Vesta Victoria CDR69
He calls Me his Own Grace Darling Vesta Victoria CDR69
His Lordship - My Old Man Vesta Victoria CDR69
It ainít all Honey and it ainít all Jam Vesta Victoria CDR69
It didnít take long to come off Vesta Victoria CDR69
Itís alright in the Summertime Vesta Victoria CDR69
Itís easy to be a Lady Vesta Victoria CDR69
I've told his Missus all about Him Vesta Victoria CDR69
Look what Percyís picked up in the Park Vesta Victoria CDR69
Man, Man, Man Vesta Victoria CDR69
Mary Ann, Come in Vesta Victoria CDR69
Now I have to call him Father Vesta Victoria CDR69
Old Time Medley Vesta Victoria CDR69
On a Motor Car Vesta Victoria CDR69
Poor John Vesta Victoria CDR69
Poor Old Adam Vesta Victoria CDR69
Summer Blouses Vesta Victoria CDR69
The Gramophone Song Vesta Victoria CDR69
The next Horse I ride on Vesta Victoria CDR69
The Turkey Girl Vesta Victoria CDR69
Waiting at the Church Vesta Victoria CDR69
Whatís good enough for Father Vesta Victoria CDR69
At the football match last Saturday Mark Sheridan CDR7
Belgium put the khibosh on the Kaiser Mark Sheridan CDR7
By the Sea Mark Sheridan CDR7
Fancy meeting you at the Isle of Man Mark Sheridan CDR7
Hear what the crowds say Mark Sheridan CDR7
I do like to be beside the seaside Mark Sheridan CDR7
I met everybody I knew Mark Sheridan CDR7
I wanted a wife Mark Sheridan CDR7
I'd like to shake Shakespeare Mark Sheridan CDR7
It's girls that make the seaside Mark Sheridan CDR7
Josser Cricketer Mark Sheridan CDR7
Let's all go home together Mark Sheridan CDR7
One of the B'hoys Mark Sheridan CDR7
Prison up to date Mark Sheridan CDR7
Story from the Chestnut Tree Mark Sheridan CDR7
The esplanade Mark Sheridan CDR7
The mother and the child were there. Mark Sheridan CDR7
The three trees Mark Sheridan CDR7
They all come out in the Summertime Mark Sheridan CDR7
They all walk the wibbly-wobbly walk Mark Sheridan CDR7
When the lights are low Mark Sheridan CDR7
Who were you with last night? Mark Sheridan CDR7
Who's who Mark Sheridan CDR7
Algy (The Piccadilly Johnny with the Little Glass Eye) Vesta Tilley CDR70
Aunt Matilda Vesta Tilley CDR70
Following a Fellow with a Face like Me Vesta Tilley CDR70
Following in Fatherís Footsteps Vesta Tilley CDR70
Give It to Father Vesta Tilley CDR70
Iíll show You around Paree Vesta Tilley CDR70
Iím a Bachelor Vesta Tilley CDR70
Iím a bit of a Blighty One Vesta Tilley CDR70
Iím the Idol of the Girls Vesta Tilley CDR70
Introduce Me to the Lady Vesta Tilley CDR70
Itís part of a Policemanís Duty Vesta Tilley CDR70
It's a Fine Time for a Soldier Vesta Tilley CDR70
Jolly Good Luck to the Girl Who loves a Soldier Vesta Tilley CDR70
Letís make a Night of it Tonight Vesta Tilley CDR70
Monty from Monte Carlo Vesta Tilley CDR70
Oh! Let the Stormy Winds Blow Vesta Tilley CDR70
One of the Midnight Sons Vesta Tilley CDR70
Royal Artillery Vesta Tilley CDR70
Sidneyís in Civvies again Vesta Tilley CDR70
The Army of Today's Alright Vesta Tilley CDR70
There's a Good Time Coming for the Ladies Vesta Tilley CDR70
What a Nut ! Vesta Tilley CDR70
What would the Seaside be without the Ladies Vesta Tilley CDR70
When the Right Girl comes along Vesta Tilley CDR70
Where are the Girls of the Old Brigade Vesta Tilley CDR70
All the Girls are lovely at the Seaside Harry Fragson CDR71
Baby's Box of Toys Harry Fragson CDR71
Billy Brown Harry Fragson CDR71
Canoodling Waltz Harry Fragson CDR71
Come to Lunch Harry Fragson CDR71
DerniŤre Chanson Harry Fragson CDR71
Donít say goodbye Harry Fragson CDR71
Hello whoís your Lady Friend Harry Fragson CDR71
Hitchy Koo Harry Fragson CDR71
Hop Eh Ah Do Ohe Harry Fragson CDR71
In Gay Paree Harry Fragson CDR71
Ladies beware Harry Fragson CDR71
Le Toutou Ruse Harry Fragson CDR71
Mimi Taxi Harry Fragson CDR71
Music Hall Shakespeare Harry Fragson CDR71
Oh I say Harry Fragson CDR71
Paper Bag Cookery Harry Fragson CDR71
Pures comme Les Anges Harry Fragson CDR71
Since Sister Mary went to Gay Paree Harry Fragson CDR71
Songs and Operas in Ragtime Harry Fragson CDR71
The Band Box Girl Harry Fragson CDR71
The Employment Agency Harry Fragson CDR71
The Other Department please! Harry Fragson CDR71
Whispers of Love Harry Fragson CDR71
A Happy Married Man Ernest Hastings CDR72
A Soldiers Reminiscences Ernest Hastings CDR72
After Thoughts Ernest Hastings CDR72
And yet I don't know Ernest Hastings CDR72
Ever since He pelmanised Ernest Hastings CDR72
Gerrard 64 Ernest Hastings CDR72
Iíve heard a Rumour Ernest Hastings CDR72
In my Young Days Ernest Hastings CDR72
Lovely Music Ernest Hastings CDR72
Mother always sends the Very Thing Ernest Hastings CDR72
Muldoon's Ball Ernest Hastings CDR72
My Family Ernest Hastings CDR72
My Word, You do look Queer Ernest Hastings CDR72
Nothing over Sixpence in the Store Ernest Hastings CDR72
Oh dear what can the matter be Ernest Hastings CDR72
Perverted Placards Ernest Hastings CDR72
Seaside Posters Ernest Hastings CDR72
Song of the Ford Ernest Hastings CDR72
The Future Variety Show Ernest Hastings CDR72
The Military Representative Ernest Hastings CDR72
The Nut Brown Ale of England Ernest Hastings CDR72
The Roast Beef of Old England Ernest Hastings CDR72
The Village Blacksmith Ernest Hastings CDR72
Wireless Ernest Hastings CDR72
All She gets from the Iceman is Ice Ada Jones CDR73
Any Little Girl Ada Jones CDR73
Donít get married any more, Ma Ada Jones CDR73
Experience Ada Jones CDR73
Hottentot Love Song Ada Jones CDR73
Iím awfully Glad I met You Ada Jones CDR73
Iím in love with the Slide Trombone Ada Jones CDR73
Iím Looking for a Nice Fellow Ada Jones CDR73
Iím the Only Star that Twinkles Ada Jones CDR73
Irish Blood Ada Jones CDR73
Just a Little Rocking Chair and You Ada Jones CDR73
Just Plain Folk Ada Jones CDR73
Mandy Lane Ada Jones CDR73
Now I have to call him Father Ada Jones CDR73
Oh! You Candy Kid Ada Jones CDR73
Poor John Ada Jones CDR73
Put on Your Slippers, Youíre in Ada Jones CDR73
Ring Ting-A-Ling Ada Jones CDR73
Says I to myself, says I Ada Jones CDR73
Somebodyís coming to My House Ada Jones CDR73
The Dublin Rag Ada Jones CDR73
Whistle It Ada Jones CDR73
Whistling Jim Ada Jones CDR73
Who puts Me in My Little Bed? Ada Jones CDR73
Will He answer Goo Goo? Ada Jones CDR73
From Me to Mandy Lee Fred Barnes CDR74
Give me a Million Beautiful Girls Fred Barnes CDR74
Give me the Moonlight, give me the Girl Fred Barnes CDR74
If the Angels knew I long for Alabam Fred Barnes CDR74
My Boating Girl Fred Barnes CDR74
Sally (The Sunshine of Our Alley) Fred Barnes CDR74
Samoa! Samoa! Some More! Fred Barnes CDR74
The Black Sheep of the Family Fred Barnes CDR74
The worse You are the more the Ladies Fred Barnes CDR74
Thereís a Friend in evíry Milestone Fred Barnes CDR74
Whatís the Matter with London? Fred Barnes CDR74
Don Alfonso J W Rickaby CDR74
First I went and won the D.C.M. J W Rickaby CDR74
Iím a Bad Man from Buffalo J W Rickaby CDR74
Iím always thinking of Her J W Rickaby CDR74
Iím an Airman J W Rickaby CDR74
Iím the Biggest Guy on Broadway J W Rickaby CDR74
Major General Worthington J W Rickaby CDR74
Oh Pola Nicoli J W Rickaby CDR74
Okey de Poke J W Rickaby CDR74
The Mountaineer J W Rickaby CDR74
The Shriek of Palestine J W Rickaby CDR74
Three Meals a day J W Rickaby CDR74
A broken Doll Clarice Mayne CDR75
Come and cuddle me Clarice Mayne CDR75
Come over the Garden Wall Clarice Mayne CDR75
Come over the garden wall Clarice Mayne CDR75
Every little while Clarice Mayne CDR75
Georgie took me walking in the park Clarice Mayne CDR75
Give me a little cosy corner Clarice Mayne CDR75
I want a great big kiss Clarice Mayne CDR75
I want to go back to London Town Clarice Mayne CDR75
I was a good little girl till I met you Clarice Mayne CDR75
Iím in love Clarice Mayne CDR75
Iíve got my eye on you Clarice Mayne CDR75
Iíve got my eye on you; Clarice Mayne CDR75
Itís lovely to be in love Clarice Mayne CDR75
Jenny McGregor Clarice Mayne CDR75
Jingle Johnnie Clarice Mayne CDR75
Joshu-ah Clarice Mayne CDR75
Mr & Mrs Smith Clarice Mayne CDR75
Nursey Nursey Clarice Mayne CDR75
Once in a while Clarice Mayne CDR75
Put on Your Ta-ta, little girlie Clarice Mayne CDR75
Will he answer goo-goo Clarice Mayne CDR75
Will you promenade with me? Clarice Mayne CDR75
Bits Fraí Wigan George Formby Snr. CDR8
Commercial Traveller George Formby Snr. CDR8
Did you see the Crowd in Piccadilly George Formby Snr. CDR8
Father tried it on George Formby Snr. CDR8
Frightened to go to sleep again George Formby Snr. CDR8
Grandfatherís Clock George Formby Snr. CDR8
Heigh-ho George Formby Snr. CDR8
I began to run George Formby Snr. CDR8
I parted my hair in the middle George Formby Snr. CDR8
I sobbed and I cried like a child George Formby Snr. CDR8
I turned my Trousers up George Formby Snr. CDR8
John Willie, Come on George Formby Snr. CDR8
Just before the Show George Formby Snr. CDR8
Kind Words never die George Formby Snr. CDR8
Looking for mugs in the Strand George Formby Snr. CDR8
One, Two, Three, Four, Five George Formby Snr. CDR8
Orrible ĎErbert George Formby Snr. CDR8
Plink Plonk George Formby Snr. CDR8
Since I had a Row with the Wife George Formby Snr. CDR8
Standing at the corner of the Street George Formby Snr. CDR8
To let George Formby Snr. CDR8
Twice nightly George Formby Snr. CDR8
We all went home in a Cab George Formby Snr. CDR8
A Risky Thing to do Little Tich CDR9
King Ki Ki Little Tich CDR9
Sweet Simplicity Little Tich CDR9
Tally-Ho! Little Tich CDR9
The Best Man Little Tich CDR9
The Dentist Little Tich CDR9
The Don of the Don Juans Little Tich CDR9
The Gamekeeper Little Tich CDR9
The Gas Inspector Little Tich CDR9
The Pirate Little Tich CDR9
The Sale Little Tich CDR9
The Skylark Little Tich CDR9
The Tallyman Little Tich CDR9
The Territorial Little Tich CDR9
The Toreador Little Tich CDR9
The Twenty Third Little Tich CDR9
The Waiter Little Tich CDR9
The Weather Little Tich CDR9
The Zoo Keeper Little Tich CDR9
They all love Jack Edmund Sherras TOP1
The Sailorís Life H. Lane Wilson TOP1
Somebodyís Sailor Boy Hamilton Hill TOP1
Ben the Bosun Harry Dearth TOP1
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep Harry Lauder TOP1
The Death of Nelson Harry MacDonough TOP1
The Storm Fiend Henry Drew TOP1
Sons of the Sea Ian Colquhoun TOP1
The Bay of Biscay Ian Colquhoun TOP1
The Anchorís Weighed John Harrison TOP1
The Union Jack of Old England Joseph Farrington TOP1
Anchored Leo Stormont TOP1
Hearts of Oak Leo Stormont TOP1
The Midshipmite Leo Stormont TOP1
The White Squall Leo Stormont TOP1
The Death of Nelson Lewis Casson TOP1
The Admiralís Broom Peter Dawson TOP1
Four Jolly Sailormen R Kennerley Rumford TOP1
Three for Jack R Kennerley Rumford TOP1
A British Tar is a Soaring Soul Sullivan Op. Party TOP1
When Britain Rules the Waves Sullivan Op. Party TOP1
In the Kingís Name stand William Paull TOP1
Thy Sentinel am I William Paull TOP1
What shall We do with the Profiteers Alf Conyers TOP2
Army Drill No2 Captain A E Rees TOP2
The Bloke whatís left behind Charles Penrose TOP2
Tommyís Learning French Dorothy Ward TOP2
Goodbye ee Florrie Forde TOP2
Take me back to Dear Old Blighty Florrie Forde TOP2
Angel of Mons Foster Richardson TOP2
Iím Better Off in my Little Dug-Out Fred Hilton TOP2
Nine Little Zeppelins Harry Bluff TOP2
Kaiser Bill is a Merry Old Soul Harry Fay TOP2
Sister Susieís sewing Shirts Harry Fay TOP2
Appeal for £1,000,000 Harry Lauder TOP2
When Tommy comes marching home Harry Marlow TOP2
Introduction to ďTipperaryĒ Jack Judge TOP2
Itís a Long Way to Tipperary Jack Judge TOP2
Gas Shells Bombardment at Lille Location Recording TOP2
Your King & Country Want You Maggie Teyte TOP2
Here We are again Mark Sheridan TOP2
With our Boys at the Front: In the Trenches Sergeant E Dwyer VC TOP2
With our Boys at the Front: On the March Sergeant E Dwyer VC TOP2
First Recruiting Appeal Sir Charles Wakefield TOP2
Go to Bed Early and Save your Coal Stanley Kirkby TOP2
Itís the Same Old Tommy Stanley Kirkby TOP2
We donít want to fight but by Jingo Stanley Kirkby TOP2
Roses of Picardy Sydney Coltham TOP2
But are We Downhearted? No! Unity Moore TOP2
The Goose Step Unity Moore TOP2
The Last Post Unknown TOP2
Thereís a Long Long Trail Walter Jeffries TOP2
Nearer My God, to Thee A. Pryor & W B Rogers TOP4
Barcarolle ďTales of HoffmannĒ Bohemian Orchestra TOP4
Be British Brett Barry TOP4
Narcissus Harry Collman TOP4
Faust Fantasie Mischa Elman TOP4
Hearts and Flowers Miss Benton TOP4
Humoreske Miss Marie Hall TOP4
Pirates of Penzance Selection Miss Mary Law TOP4
The Gondoliers Selection Miss Mary Law TOP4
Interview with Titanic Survivor Mr Allen TOP4
Mosquito Parade Parke Hunter TOP4
Spring Song Phil. String Quartet TOP4
The Whistler and His Dog Pryorís Orchestra TOP4
Be British Robert Carr TOP4
Every Man At His Post Robert Carr TOP4
In the Shadows Salon Orchestra TOP4
The Chocolate Soldier Waltz Salon Orchestra TOP4
Be British Stanley Kirkby TOP4
Forget Me Not Tower Elite Orchestra TOP4
Berceuse de Jocelyn Venetian Trio TOP4
Under the Blue Danube Viennese Gypsy Orch TOP4
Simple Aveu W H Squire TOP4
Ave Maria Weist_Hill Trio TOP4
Largo Weist-Hill Trio TOP4
Count of Luxembourg Selection Zigeuner Orchestra TOP4
Merry Widow Selection Zigeuner Orchestra TOP4
Oh Mr Soldier Man Charles Foster TOP5
The Boers have got my Daddy Chas Foster TOP5
When the Boys come Home once more Eric Farr TOP5
Break the news to mother George Gaskin TOP5
God save the Queen George J Gaskin TOP5
The Bally Bull Dog Harry Taylor TOP5
God save the King Herbert Darnley TOP5
Some Mother will lose a Son Herbert Darnley TOP5
Sons of Our Empire Herbert Darnley TOP5
What do You think of the Irish? Herbert Darnley TOP5
Another Little Patch of Red Ian Colquhoun TOP5
Freedom Ian Colquhoun TOP5
Irishmen must be there Ian Colquhoun TOP5
Soldiers of the Queen Ian Colquhoun TOP5
The Absent Minded Beggar Ian Colquhoun TOP5
The Boys that mind the Shop Ian Colquhoun TOP5
The Old Brigade Ian Colquhoun TOP5
Under the same Old Flag Ian Colquhoun TOP5
Our Jackís come Home Today J McQuitty TOP5
Dolly Gray Leo Stormont TOP5
The Holy City Leo Stormont TOP5
True till Death Leo Stormont TOP5
Wait a Week or Two (Talking) Leo Stormont TOP5
Good Old London Town Girl Louis Bradfield TOP5
A Pattern to the World Louis Breeze TOP5
Private Tommy Atkins Montague Borwell TOP5
The Boer National Hymn Municipal Band TOP5
The Absent Minded Beggar Municipal Concert Band TOP5
Boys of the Old Brigade Municipal Military Band TOP5
The Soldiers in the Park Vess L Osman (Banjo) TOP5
Sons of the Motherland William Paull TOP5
Wrap Me up in my Old Stable Jacket William Paull TOP5
After the Shadows Gipsy Smith TOP6
Can Others see Jesus in You? Gipsy Smith TOP6
Christ, My All Gipsy Smith TOP6
He lifted Me Gipsy Smith TOP6
He satisfies Me so Gipsy Smith TOP6
I heard the Voice of Jesus say Gipsy Smith TOP6
Jesus is my Light and Song Gipsy Smith TOP6
Jesus, The Light of the World Gipsy Smith TOP6
Kept for Jesus Gipsy Smith TOP6
Love in the Wild Gipsy Smith TOP6
Love won My Heart Gipsy Smith TOP6
My Garden of Memory Gipsy Smith TOP6
O, Beautiful City of God Gipsy Smith TOP6
Pardoning Grace Gipsy Smith TOP6
Pass It On Gipsy Smith TOP6
Satisfied Gipsy Smith TOP6
Saved by Grace Gipsy Smith TOP6
Where He leads Me Gipsy Smith TOP6
Wonderful Jesus Gipsy Smith TOP6
Wonderful Jesus Gipsy Smith TOP6
Softed makes a Speech (edited) Albert Whelan TOP7
The Suffragette (Part 1) Arthur Aiston TOP7
The Suffragette (Part 2) Arthur Aiston TOP7
Imitation of a Womanís Rights Meeting Arthur Lloyd TOP7
Intro to ďThe Suffragettesí AnthemĒ Barclay Gammon TOP7
The Suffragettesí Anthem Barclay Gammon TOP7
What the Suffragettes will bring us to Ben Albert TOP7
Girls of Today Billy Williams TOP7
The Land where the Women wear the Trousers Billy Williams TOP7
Suffrage for Women Christabel Pankhurst TOP7
The Husbandís Strike Ernest Shand TOP7
If the World were ruled by Girls FForde & W Miller TOP7
That Ragtime Suffragette H Cove & J Charman TOP7
The Suffragette Happy Fanny Fields TOP7
The Suffragette Harry Nelson TOP7
The Suffragee Jock Mills TOP7
Women get the Best of It Johnny Wakefield TOP7
The Womenís Opportunity Margaret Bondfield TOP7
In the Days that are coming bye and bye Mark Sheridan TOP7
The World turned Upside down Mark Sheridan TOP7
In 1950 Nelson Jackson TOP7
Modern Woman R G Knowles TOP7
Womenís Work Tom Clare TOP7
The Hunger Strike Tom Woottwell TOP7
What Do I want with a Man? Tom Woottwell TOP7
Put me on an Island Wilkie Bard TOP7
The Suffragette Will Evans TOP7
1956 Ford (Rosemary Clooney) Advertising Disc TOP8
A Message (The Chairman) Advertising Disc TOP8
Bobbieís Ideal House (Bobbie Comber) Advertising Disc TOP8
Boothís Gin Advertising Disc TOP8
Buy Imperially Advertising Disc TOP8
Canned Beer Chorus (Tommy Handley) Advertising Disc TOP8
Carroll Leviís Cornflakes Advertising Disc TOP8
Compliments of C & J Henecy, Dublin Advertising Disc TOP8
Decca Portrola (Edited version) Advertising Disc TOP8
Gramophone Intro and Gives Thanks Advertising Disc TOP8
Happy in the Morning (Phil Green & Orch) Advertising Disc TOP8
Himself (Jack Payne) Advertising Disc TOP8
HMV All Wave Receivers Advertising Disc TOP8
John West Salmon (Stainless Stephen) Advertising Disc TOP8
Kelvinator Advertising Disc TOP8
Meet Mr Therm (Ernest Butcher) Advertising Disc TOP8
Mrs Peekís Pudding Advertising Disc TOP8
New Idea (USA issued by Tony Wons) Advertising Disc TOP8
Please Play Me Advertising Disc TOP8
Plenty of Time for Play (Helen Raymond) Advertising Disc TOP8
Radio-Gramophone Model 521 Advertising Disc TOP8
Saunders Calling (Alan Saunders) Advertising Disc TOP8
Silent Servant Advertising Disc TOP8
Slender Silken Ankles (Annette Mills) Advertising Disc TOP8
Songs of BP Advertising Disc TOP8
Speaks for You Advertising Disc TOP8
Tea Time Music Co-op Advertising Disc TOP8
The Gramophone returning Thanks Advertising Disc TOP8
The Pianola (Edited version) Advertising Disc TOP8
The Popular Pair Advertising Disc TOP8
The Road to The Isles Advertising Disc TOP8
The Secret of Beauty and Healthy Sleep Advertising Disc TOP8
The Song of the Standard Advertising Disc TOP8
Trust the Regulo (Sylvia Wellington) Advertising Disc TOP8
UK Columbia Records Advertising Disc TOP8
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All by Yourself in the Moonlight Randolph Sutton VAR1
At Rawstenstall Fair Randolph Sutton VAR1
Charlie Randolph Sutton VAR1
Christening the Twins Randolph Sutton VAR1
Good ĎEavens, Mrs. Evans Randolph Sutton VAR1
He tickles me under the Chin Randolph Sutton VAR1
Holding Hands on the Sands Randolph Sutton VAR1
I am, She is, We are Randolph Sutton VAR1
I took Jane, Walking in the Rain Randolph Sutton VAR1
In the Bushes at the Bottom of the Garden Randolph Sutton VAR1
It Always starts to Rain Randolph Sutton VAR1
Jolly Good Company Randolph Sutton VAR1
Mausie ! Randolph Sutton VAR1
Mrs. Rush and her Scrubbing Brush Randolph Sutton VAR1
My Canary has Circles under his Eyes Randolph Sutton VAR1
My Hiking Girl Randolph Sutton VAR1
Oh ! Henry !(What a Lad you must have been) Randolph Sutton VAR1
Round the Marble Arch Randolph Sutton VAR1
Sheís got another one now Randolph Sutton VAR1
Thatís my Weakness now Randolph Sutton VAR1
The Liíl Schoolhouse down the Lane Randolph Sutton VAR1
Ting-a-ling-a-ling (Wanted on the Phone) Randolph Sutton VAR1
When are you going to lead me to the Altar, Randolph Sutton VAR1
You can feel it doing you good Randolph Sutton VAR1
Bats in the belfry Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Big Ben calling Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Business man's love song Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Down with Dora Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Ghost of an old king's jester Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Introduction (Flotsam and Jetsam) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
King Canute Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Little Betty Bouncer Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Maud Marie Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Melodrama of the mice Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Move into my house Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
New words for old Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Old Bill and Young Bill Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Only a few of us left Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
PC Lamb Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Piano Impressions Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Polonaise in the Mall Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Postscript (Flotsam and Jetsam) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Schubertís Toyshop Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Simon the Bootlegger Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Sing a song of England Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Song of the Air Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The Alsation and the Pekinese Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The British Pantomime Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The Londoner and the Hun Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The modern diver Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The Pussycat News Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
The Spooning of the Knife and Fork Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
What was the matter with Rachmaninoff? Flotsam and Jetsam VAR10
Ainít it grand to be bloomin well dead Leslie Sarony VAR11
Coom Pretty One Leslie Sarony VAR11
Do You Know? Leslie Sarony VAR11
Does my Sweetie care for me Leslie Sarony VAR11
Don't be cruel to a Vegetabuel Leslie Sarony VAR11
Don't do that to the Poor Puss Cat Leslie Sarony VAR11
Fat Flat Fish Leslie Sarony VAR11
Mucking about the Garden Leslie Sarony VAR11
My Old Dog Leslie Sarony VAR11
On Ilkla Moor BahtíAt Leslie Sarony VAR11
Once Aboard the Lugger Leslie Sarony VAR11
Rhymes Leslie Sarony VAR11
Shut the Gate Leslie Sarony VAR11
The Alpine Milkman Leslie Sarony VAR11
The Baked Potato Man Leslie Sarony VAR11
The Cough Drop Song Leslie Sarony VAR11
The Empire Party Song Leslie Sarony VAR11
The K-Hissing Song Leslie Sarony VAR11
Toasts Leslie Sarony VAR11
Wheezy Anna Leslie Sarony VAR11
Wheezy Annaís Wedding Day Leslie Sarony VAR11
Why build a wall round a graveyard? Leslie Sarony VAR11
The Man in the Ditch Edgar Wallace VAR12
Demon Barber of Fleet Street Tod Slaughter VAR12
Maria Marten Tod Slaughter VAR12
Murder in the Red Barn Tod Slaughter VAR12
Sweeny Todd Tod Slaughter VAR12
The Black Hand Gang Wee Georgie Wood VAR12
Fourth Form at St. Michaelís Will Hay VAR12
Alouette Jack Warner VAR13
Auxiliary Fire Service Cecil Jack Warner VAR13
Blow the Man down (Short) Jack Warner VAR13
Bunger up of Rat ĎOles Jack Warner VAR13
Claude and his Sword Jack Warner VAR13
Eels Jack Warner VAR13
Frank and his Tank Jack Warner VAR13
I didnít orter Ďa ett it Jack Warner VAR13
If I had only put an X instead of a 1 Jack Warner VAR13
Little Gel Jack Warner VAR13
My Bonnie lies over the Ocean (Short) Jack Warner VAR13
My Brother in the Lifeguards Jack Warner VAR13
My Love Parade Jack Warner VAR13
Neath the Shanty Town Moon Jack Warner VAR13
Polly Wolly Doodle (Short version) Jack Warner VAR13
Sea Lions and Seals Jack Warner VAR13
Somebodyís asked me Jack Warner VAR13
Tavern in the town (Short version) Jack Warner VAR13
The Cream of Society Jack Warner VAR13
The Drum Major Jack Warner VAR13
The Turkish Bath Attendant Jack Warner VAR13
Tiggerty-Boo! Jack Warner VAR13
Up and Down the Railway Lines Jack Warner VAR13
Victoire (La Fille a Madelon) Jack Warner VAR13
What shall we do with a drunken sailor Jack Warner VAR13
What! The Old Blue Pencil Jack Warner VAR13
Yer canít Ďelp laughiní Jack Warner VAR13
Her golden hair was hanging down her back Alice Leamar VAR14
Sons of the Sea Arthur Reece VAR14
Bit of a ruin Cromwell knocked about a bit Clarice Mayne VAR14
Down at the Old Bull and Bush Florrie Forde VAR14
Pack up your troubles Florrie Forde VAR14
The Old Hiker Frank Randle VAR14
Only a bird in a gilded cage George Jackley VAR14
A May morning Gracie Fields VAR14
Out in the cold, cold snow Gracie Fields VAR14
Punch and Judy Show Gracie Fields VAR14
Rochdale Hounds Gracie Fields VAR14
Sally Gracie Fields VAR14
Stormy Weather Gracie Fields VAR14
Thereís a Cabin in the Pines Gracie Fields VAR14
Whiskers and all Gracie Fields VAR14
Down the Road Gus Elen VAR14
Itís a great big shame Gus Elen VAR14
Any old Iron (Short Version) Harry Champion VAR14
Boiled Beef and Carrots Harry Champion VAR14
Letís all go down the Strand Jack Jackson VAR14
Are we to part like this Bill? Kate Carney VAR14
Three pots a shilling Kate Carney VAR14
You can do a lot of things at the seaside Leslie Sarony VAR14
Louise Maurice Chevalier VAR14
Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy Reg Dixon VAR14
Percy from Pimlico Tom Leamore VAR14
Live at The Embassy Theatre Tommy Trinder VAR14
Let the great big World keep on turning Vera Lynn VAR14
Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about Russia Gillie Potter VAR15
Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about Society Gillie Potter VAR15
Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about the BBC Gillie Potter VAR15
Mr Potter has a Brother Gillie Potter VAR15
Mr Potter visits Southend Gillie Potter VAR15
Mr Potter Wanders On Gillie Potter VAR15
Mr Potter waxes Historical Gillie Potter VAR15
Mr Potterís Sporting Broadcast Gillie Potter VAR15
With Spaghetti to Italy Gillie Potter VAR15
You know and all that Gillie Potter VAR15
Around the corner Albert Whelan VAR16
Come and have a Cuddle on the Common Albert Whelan VAR16
Didnít I Albert Whelan VAR16
His Old Top Hat Albert Whelan VAR16
I lost my gal again Albert Whelan VAR16
Iím happy when I'm hiking Albert Whelan VAR16
Itís an old Spanish Custom Albert Whelan VAR16
Lizzie come in and shut that door Albert Whelan VAR16
My brother makes the noises for the talkies Albert Whelan VAR16
Never have a Bath Ďtill you need one Albert Whelan VAR16
No one but You knows how to Love Albert Whelan VAR16
Oh-Oh-Oh! What a silly place to kiss a girl Albert Whelan VAR16
Over the Garden Wall Albert Whelan VAR16
Pass, Shoot, Goal Albert Whelan VAR16
She canít make up her mind Albert Whelan VAR16
Sheís only been with us a week Albert Whelan VAR16
Sweet Carolina Albert Whelan VAR16
The Farmyard Cabaret Albert Whelan VAR16
The Preacher and the Bear Albert Whelan VAR16
The Three Trees Albert Whelan VAR16
The Whistling boy Albert Whelan VAR16
Thereís a good time coming Albert Whelan VAR16
They all start whistling Mary Albert Whelan VAR16
Topsy turvy talk Albert Whelan VAR16
Whistling: ďThe Jolly BrothersĒ Albert Whelan VAR16
You canít understand the Ladies Albert Whelan VAR16
Fred Fannakapan Gracie Fields VAR17
Heaven will protect an honest girl Gracie Fields VAR17
Hot Pot Gracie Fields VAR17
In my little bottom drawer Gracie Fields VAR17
In the woodshed she said she would Gracie Fields VAR17
Like the Big Pots do Gracie Fields VAR17
Little pudden basin Gracie Fields VAR17
Mary Ellen's Hot Pot Party Gracie Fields VAR17
Oh! sailor behave Gracie Fields VAR17
Our Avenue Gracie Fields VAR17
Scented Soap Gracie Fields VAR17
Singin' in the bathtub Gracie Fields VAR17
Stop and shop at the Co-op Shop Gracie Fields VAR17
Take a look at mine Gracie Fields VAR17
The Bargain Hunter Gracie Fields VAR17
The Biggest Aspidistra in the World Gracie Fields VAR17
The clatter of the clogs Gracie Fields VAR17
The lovely aspidistra in old art pot Gracie Fields VAR17
The mocking bird went ďCuckooĒ Gracie Fields VAR17
Unlucky Number Thirteen Gracie Fields VAR17
We're living at The Cloisters Gracie Fields VAR17
What can you give a nudist on his birthday Gracie Fields VAR17
When we all went to the Zoo Gracie Fields VAR17
Why does the hyena laugh? Gracie Fields VAR17
Would a Manx Cat wag its tail? Gracie Fields VAR17
You can't kill flies by scratching them Gracie Fields VAR17
After the Ball Florrie Forde VAR18
All in Favour Shout ďHear HearĒ Florrie Forde VAR18
Are we to part like this? Florrie Forde VAR18
Down at the Old Bull and Bush Florrie Forde VAR18
Fair Fat and Forty Florrie Forde VAR18
Follow Your Uncle Bob Florrie Forde VAR18
For Old Timesí Sake Florrie Forde VAR18
Forty Fousand Thrushes Florrie Forde VAR18
Give Yourself a pat on the back Florrie Forde VAR18
Goodbye Dolly Gray Florrie Forde VAR18
Hospitality House Florrie Forde VAR18
I donít wanna go home Florrie Forde VAR18
Letís all be a happy family Florrie Forde VAR18
Maggie Jane Florrie Forde VAR18
Oh! Flo! Florrie Forde VAR18
Oh! Maritana Florrie Forde VAR18
Oh! What a Night Florrie Forde VAR18
Píliceman, Píliceman, Hold my hand Florrie Forde VAR18
Please Teacher! Florrie Forde VAR18
Pretty Kitty Kelly Florrie Forde VAR18
Ta-Ta be lucky Florrie Forde VAR18
The ďSmileĒ Song Florrie Forde VAR18
The Barmaidís Song Florrie Forde VAR18
The Mansion of Aching Hearts Florrie Forde VAR18
Waltz me around again, Willie Florrie Forde VAR18
What happened to the Manx Catís Tail Florrie Forde VAR18
When we went strolling round the town Florrie Forde VAR18
Arenít we all? Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
At the court of Good Queen Bess Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Good Queen Bess Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Huntiní Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
I only met her on Sunday Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
In High Society Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
In the Parlour when the ComPanyís gone Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Jogging along behind the Old Grey Mare Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Just Gert And Daisy Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Knees up Mother Brown Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
London Pride Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Mrs Christopher Stone Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Mrs Flotsam and Jetsam Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Mrs Henry Hall Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Park yourself close to me Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Please leave my Butter alone Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
The ďBarrarsĒ in the Walworth Road Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
The Coronation girls Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
The Tale of a Hat Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Twenty Thousand Scotsmen shouted ďNoĒ Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Washing Dishes with my Sweetie Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
What it feels like to Broadcast Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Youíre in love Elsie & Doris Waters VAR19
Down Kentucky Way G. H. Elliott VAR2
Down Sunnyside Lane G. H. Elliott VAR2
Get Out and Get Under the Moon G. H. Elliott VAR2
Hear the Ukuleles A-Calling You G. H. Elliott VAR2
Here comes the Sun G. H. Elliott VAR2
Honey G. H. Elliott VAR2
Hot Yodel G. H. Elliott VAR2
Hundreds of Miles away G. H. Elliott VAR2
I miss a Little Miss G. H. Elliott VAR2
Iím going back again to Old Nebraska G. H. Elliott VAR2
Lily of Laguna G. H. Elliott VAR2
Little Dolly Daydream G. H. Elliott VAR2
Make Yourself a Happiness Pie G. H. Elliott VAR2
Makiní Faces at the Man in the Moon G. H. Elliott VAR2
Moonshine is better than Sunshine G. H. Elliott VAR2
Muddling Through G. H. Elliott VAR2
My Galís given me the Go-Bye G. H. Elliott VAR2
Oklahoma G. H. Elliott VAR2
Plain Chocolate G. H. Elliott VAR2
Since I met Mary Jane G. H. Elliott VAR2
So long as the sun keeps shining G. H. Elliott VAR2
Swinging on a Hammock G. H. Elliott VAR2
Up with the Lark in the Morning G. H. Elliott VAR2
U-Ra-Li-O G. H. Elliott VAR2
Walking with Susie G. H. Elliott VAR2
A Tattie, a Neep and an Ingin Harry Gordon VAR20
Fine Man John Harry Gordon VAR20
Hillyís Man Harry Gordon VAR20
I wish I were Single again Harry Gordon VAR20
In my Gairden Harry Gordon VAR20
Inversnecky Barber Harry Gordon VAR20
Inversnecky Moon Harry Gordon VAR20
She Deeít Harry Gordon VAR20
The Beadle of the Kirk Harry Gordon VAR20
The Bells of Inversnecky Harry Gordon VAR20
The Clerk oí the Weather Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Anthem Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Bill Poster Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Bus Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Doctor Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Fireman Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Grocer Harry Gordon VAR20
The Inversnecky Photographer Harry Gordon VAR20
The Limb Ďo the Law Harry Gordon VAR20
The Oldest Dame in Edinburgh Harry Gordon VAR20
The Railway Fireman Harry Gordon VAR20
The Rodin Tree Harry Gordon VAR20
The Smith oí Inversnecky Harry Gordon VAR20
The Story that I Startit Harry Gordon VAR20
A Tale of other times Norman Long VAR21
Arenít we all? Norman Long VAR21
Down in our Village in Zummerzet Norman Long VAR21
Hidden heroes Norman Long VAR21
Homes Norman Long VAR21
I think of you Norman Long VAR21
Ideal Homes Norman Long VAR21
Is it British? Norman Long VAR21
Monday Morning Norman Long VAR21
My little Austin Seven Norman Long VAR21
Never have a bath with your wrist watch on Norman Long VAR21
On the beach at Bangaloo Norman Long VAR21
Otherwise she's motherís kind of girl Norman Long VAR21
Our Dog Norman Long VAR21
Rule Britannia - A Travesty Norman Long VAR21
Sing Ho! For the days of drinking Norman Long VAR21
That little back garden Norman Long VAR21
Thatís why I love her Norman Long VAR21
The Drage Way Norman Long VAR21
The Good Little Boy and the Bad Little Boy Norman Long VAR21
Toasts Norman Long VAR21
Under the Bazunka Tree Norman Long VAR21
What did the Village Blacksmith say? Norman Long VAR21
Why is the bacon so tough Norman Long VAR21
You mustnít do it after 8 oíclock Norman Long VAR21
Ainít love grand? The Two Leslies VAR22
At the battle of Waterloo The Two Leslies VAR22
Audrey just laughed and laughed The Two Leslies VAR22
Coo! Luvaduck! Crickey! Coo! Blimey! The Two Leslies VAR22
Down at the Hole in the Wall The Two Leslies VAR22
Down upon the Farm The Two Leslies VAR22
Goodnight (Get your Torchlight) The Two Leslies VAR22
Iím a little Prairie Flower The Two Leslies VAR22
In the Land of Inky Pinky Dinky Doo The Two Leslies VAR22
Itís a Hap, Hap, Happy Day The Two Leslies VAR22
Let me go back to the Farm The Two Leslies VAR22
Miss Porkington would like Cream Puffs The Two Leslies VAR22
Nay! Nay! Nay! The Two Leslies VAR22
Now youíve been and gorn and done it The Two Leslies VAR22
Old Potato Jones The Two Leslies VAR22
So ĎAndsome The Two Leslies VAR22
Sweet Fanny Adams The Two Leslies VAR22
Teas, Light Refreshments, and Minerals The Two Leslies VAR22
The Dart Song The Two Leslies VAR22
The Love Bug will bite you The Two Leslies VAR22
The New Sow The Two Leslies VAR22
Umpa, Umpa (Stick it up your Jumper) The Two Leslies VAR22
Weíre tired of the Tiger The Two Leslies VAR22
Why must we keep on working? The Two Leslies VAR22
Fish Sauce Alexander and Mose VAR23
In Dark Subjects Alexander and Mose VAR23
Argue about Ambition Collinson and Dean VAR23
Old Mother Riley in the Police Force Lucan and McShane VAR23
Old Mother Riley on the Farm Lucan and McShane VAR23
Old Mother Riley takes her Medicine Lucan and McShane VAR23
Old Mother Rileyís Budget Lucan and McShane VAR23
Old Mother Rileyís Past Lucan and McShane VAR23
About Cruises Murgatroyd & Winterbottom VAR23
Art Murgatroyd & Winterbottom VAR23
Disarmament Murgatroyd & Winterbottom VAR23
Itís a Pity Murgatroyd & Winterbottom VAR23
Holidays Naughton and Gold VAR23
Income Tax Naughton and Gold VAR23
Casabianca North and South VAR23
Riding on a Camel North and South VAR23
The Continong North and South VAR23
Have You seen my Chickens? Tommy Handley VAR23
Do film actresses make good husbands? Milton Hayes VAR24
How America was discovered Milton Hayes VAR24
How America was found out Milton Hayes VAR24
Is China worth going to? Milton Hayes VAR24
Is China worth leaving? Milton Hayes VAR24
Is Lipstick nourishing? Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty at Wembley Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty attends a board meeting Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty discusses the Empire Spirit Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty meanders through the Ads Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty on Advertising and so forth Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty on Bananas Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty on Bolshevism and the like Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty on Burglars Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty on Fashions Milton Hayes VAR24
Monty tells the sad story of Mrs Paddlewick Milton Hayes VAR24
Montyís hints on health Milton Hayes VAR24
My boyís career Milton Hayes VAR24
Politics and that sort of thing Milton Hayes VAR24
The General Outlook and that sort of thing Milton Hayes VAR24
The Near East and that sort of thing Milton Hayes VAR24
Why every married man should have a wife Milton Hayes VAR24
You know what I mean (Monologue) Milton Hayes VAR24
Back I went to Parliament Clarkson Rose VAR25
Back I went to the Ministry of Labour Clarkson Rose VAR25
Buy British Clarkson Rose VAR25
By the Windmill Clarkson Rose VAR25
Dada, Dada Clarkson Rose VAR25
Donít be so unkind, Baby Clarkson Rose VAR25
Ever so Goosey Clarkson Rose VAR25
He missed his Train again Clarkson Rose VAR25
Himazas Clarkson Rose VAR25
Hippopotamus Clarkson Rose VAR25
How does a little Liver Pill Clarkson Rose VAR25
I had to go and draw another Pound out Clarkson Rose VAR25
Iím bucked to death Iím married Clarkson Rose VAR25
Iíve gone and lost my little Yoyo Clarkson Rose VAR25
Iíve never seen a Straight Banana Clarkson Rose VAR25
More than anybody Clarkson Rose VAR25
Not by a Dam Side Clarkson Rose VAR25
Our Claraís Clicked again Clarkson Rose VAR25
Our Dog Clarkson Rose VAR25
The Average Man Clarkson Rose VAR25
The Gag Song Clarkson Rose VAR25
The Kerb Step Clarkson Rose VAR25
The Pink Plant Pot Clarkson Rose VAR25
Three Cheers for the Middle Classes Clarkson Rose VAR25
Weíre all coming back again Clarkson Rose VAR25
The Laughing Policeman Charles Penrose VAR26
That Naughty Old Man of Madrid Dorrie Dene VAR26
Twiddling the Knobs on the Radio Dorrie Dene VAR26
Give me the moonlight, Give me the Girl Fred Barnes VAR26
The Black Sheep of the Family Fred Barnes VAR26
Two Little Tom Tits were tweeting George Jackley VAR26
We all went up, up, up the mountain George Jackley VAR26
Why does a Donkey bray? George Jackley VAR26
Down beside the Riverside Hetty King VAR26
Why does a Sailor care? Hetty King VAR26
The Lambeth Walk Lupino Lane VAR26
Dorothy Dean Marie Kendall VAR26
Iíll be your Sweetheart Marie Kendall VAR26
Just like the Ivy Marie Kendall VAR26
Kiss the Girl if youíre going to Marie Kendall VAR26
Oh! said the Judge, be careful Marie Kendall VAR26
Sweet Susie OíGrady Marie Kendall VAR26
Two little girls in blue Marie Kendall VAR26
When Liza got on the Donkey Marie Kendall VAR26
The Costerís Wedding Marie Lloyd Jnr. VAR26
The Wink of the Old Glad Eye Marie Lloyd Jnr. VAR26
Heís moved into a bigger house now Nat Travers VAR26
I must have my Ďarf a pint of Beer Nat Travers VAR26
My Dear Old Grey-Haired Mother Nat Travers VAR26
What is a Mammy, Daddy? Nat Travers VAR26
Nobody loves a Fairy when sheís Forty Tessie OíShea VAR26
Two Ton Tessie (from Tennessee) Tessie OíShea VAR26
Hi! Hi! Hi! Tom Leamore VAR26
I thought she was so shy Tom Leamore VAR26
Mick McDougal Tom Leamore VAR26
Percy from Pimlico Tom Leamore VAR26
Champagne Charlie Tommy Trinder VAR26
The Man on the Flying Trapeze Tommy Trinder VAR26
Albert and His Savings Stanley Holloway VAR27
Albert and the ĎEadsman Stanley Holloway VAR27
Albert Comes Back Stanley Holloway VAR27
Albert Evacuated Stanley Holloway VAR27
Brahn Boots Stanley Holloway VAR27
Marksman Sam Stanley Holloway VAR27
Old Sam - ĎAlt! Who goes theer? Stanley Holloway VAR27
Old Sam - Beat the retreat on Thy Drum Stanley Holloway VAR27
Old Sam - One each A-piece all round Stanley Holloway VAR27
Old Sam - Pick Up Thaí Musket Stanley Holloway VAR27
Old Samís Party Stanley Holloway VAR27
Sam goes to it Stanley Holloway VAR27
Sam Small at Westminster Stanley Holloway VAR27
Samís Medal Stanley Holloway VAR27
Samís Xmas Pudding Stanley Holloway VAR27
The Beefeater Stanley Holloway VAR27
The Lion and Albert Stanley Holloway VAR27
With her head tucked underneath her arm Stanley Holloway VAR27
Ali Babaís Camel Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Plonks her Guitar Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Double Damask Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Gentlemen! The King! Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Humpty Dumpty Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Iíll give her a ring Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
If I had Napoleonís Hat Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Laughing Gas Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Mrs Bartholomew Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
My Wild Oat Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
The Cure (Hiccoughs) Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
The Empire depends on You Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
The Girl in the Post Office Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
The Little Japanese Mamma Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
The Sunshine Cruise Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Thereís something about a soldier Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Things are looking up Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
When itís milking time in Switzerland Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
Why has a cow got four legs? Cicely Courtneidge VAR28
After all that The Western Brothers VAR29
Ainít it gorgeous The Western Brothers VAR29
Bad Show Chaps The Western Brothers VAR29
Going up the Line The Western Brothers VAR29
It was bound to happen in the end The Western Brothers VAR29
It was bound to happen in the end The Western Brothers VAR29
Itís in the Bag, Gentlemen, Itís in the Bag The Western Brothers VAR29
Keeping up the old traditions The Western Brothers VAR29
Lord Haw Haw of Zessen The Western Brothers VAR29
Lord Haw Haw, the Humbug of Hamburg The Western Brothers VAR29
Maestro! Be kind to your Men The Western Brothers VAR29
No one to read out the news (A BBC Tragedy) The Western Brothers VAR29
Old King Cole The Western Brothers VAR29
Play the game, You Cads The Western Brothers VAR29
She was only Somebodyís Daughter The Western Brothers VAR29
Thatís a Secret that never leaked out The Western Brothers VAR29
The Big Drum Major The Western Brothers VAR29
The Old School Tie The Western Brothers VAR29
The People Upstairs The Western Brothers VAR29
The Writings on the Wall The Western Brothers VAR29
Weíre frightfully BBC The Western Brothers VAR29
You can't take the breed from the British The Western Brothers VAR29
All Hands on Deck Bobbie Comber VAR3
All over Italy Bobbie Comber VAR3
At the Battle of Waterloo Bobbie Comber VAR3
Barnacle Bill the Sailor Bobbie Comber VAR3
Donít be late in the Morning Bobbie Comber VAR3
He kissed Maggie Bobbie Comber VAR3
He played his Ukulele as the Ship went down Bobbie Comber VAR3
Iíll Keep off the Grass no more Bobbie Comber VAR3
Intro (Bobbie Comber Memories) Bobbie Comber VAR3
Jolly good Company beside the Seaside Bobbie Comber VAR3
Lucyís Lips Bobbie Comber VAR3
Maggieís Cold Bobbie Comber VAR3
On a Cold and Frosty Morning Bobbie Comber VAR3
Peg Leg Jack Bobbie Comber VAR3
Skin a ma link, The Sergeant Bobbie Comber VAR3
Teasing Tongue Twisters Bobbie Comber VAR3
The Flies crawled up the Window Bobbie Comber VAR3
The Gay Caballero Bobbie Comber VAR3
The Return of Barnacle Bill the Sailor Bobbie Comber VAR3
There ainít such a Thing as Worry Bobbie Comber VAR3
What shall we do with the Midshipmaid? Bobbie Comber VAR3
When I met Sally at the Seaside Bobbie Comber VAR3
Will You love me when Iím Mutton Bobbie Comber VAR3
A wee drap oí Scotch George Van Dusen VAR30
Come along Liza, Come along Bill George Van Dusen VAR30
Holiday Time is Jollity Time George Van Dusen VAR30
Intro and Mountain High George Van Dusen VAR30
Itís Holiday Time Again George Van Dusen VAR30
Itís Party Time again George Van Dusen VAR30
Knees Up Yodelling Song George Van Dusen VAR30
Mountain Melodies George Van Dusen VAR30
Murphyís Wedding Day George Van Dusen VAR30
Poloskyís Russian Party George Van Dusen VAR30
Smile Smile Smile George Van Dusen VAR30
The Warbling Yodeller George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Accordeon Man George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Cowboy George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Farmer George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Huntsman George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Mouth Organ Player George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Sailor George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Toreador George Van Dusen VAR30
The Yodelling Wanderer George Van Dusen VAR30
Warbling and Yodelling George Van Dusen VAR30
Yodelling Banjo Player George Van Dusen VAR30
Yodelling Izzy George Van Dusen VAR30
Yodelling Sergeant Major George Van Dusen VAR30
Yodelling Tommy Atkins George Van Dusen VAR30
Yodelling Working Man George Van Dusen VAR30
A Ballad Arthur Askey VAR31
Adolf Arthur Askey VAR31
All to Specification Arthur Askey VAR31
Bless ĎEm All Arthur Askey VAR31
Chirrup Arthur Askey VAR31
Ding Dong Bell Arthur Askey VAR31
Fuel Consumption Arthur Askey VAR31
Have a bit of pity on the Crooner Arthur Askey VAR31
How ashamed I was Arthur Askey VAR31
I pulled myself together Arthur Askey VAR31
I want a Banana Arthur Askey VAR31
Itís a hap-hap-happy day Arthur Askey VAR31
Knitting Arthur Askey VAR31
She was very very shy Arthur Askey VAR31
The Baa Lamb Arthur Askey VAR31
The Bee Song Arthur Askey VAR31
The Channel Swimmer Arthur Askey VAR31
The Cuckoo Arthur Askey VAR31
The Death Watch Beetle Arthur Askey VAR31
The fair Rosamunde Arthur Askey VAR31
The Moth Arthur Askey VAR31
The seagull song Arthur Askey VAR31
The Villain still pursued her Arthur Askey VAR31
The Washing on the Siegfried Line Arthur Askey VAR31
The Worm Arthur Askey VAR31
Woof! Yap! Bow-Bow-Wow! Arthur Askey VAR31
A Very Little Nazi Tommy Handley VAR32
Airman, Airman Tommy Handley VAR32
Can you say Bread and Butter Tommy Handley VAR32
Come in, Mr Cummins Tommy Handley VAR32
Ee-by-Gum Tommy Handley VAR32
Feminine Company Tommy Handley VAR32
Good old General Guinness Tommy Handley VAR32
In charge of a Book Stall Tommy Handley VAR32
Is Izzy azzy wazz? Tommy Handley VAR32
It's That Man Again Tommy Handley VAR32
Letís have a basinful of the Briny Tommy Handley VAR32
My wife is on a diet Tommy Handley VAR32
Oh Arthur what have you done to Martha Tommy Handley VAR32
Put it out Tommy Handley VAR32
Put your worries through the mangle Tommy Handley VAR32
Silly Girl Tommy Handley VAR32
Sizzle of the Sausage Tommy Handley VAR32
The Disorderly Room Tommy Handley VAR32
The General and the Private Tommy Handley VAR32
Up in Archieís Aeroplane Tommy Handley VAR32
We must have another little one Tommy Handley VAR32
Why is the bacon so tough? Tommy Handley VAR32
Wireless Oscillations and Aggravations Tommy Handley VAR32
without moving your lips? Tommy Handley VAR32
Devil-May-Not-Care Billy Bennett VAR33
Domestic Blisters Billy Bennett VAR33
Donít send my Boy to Prison Billy Bennett VAR33
Family Secrets Billy Bennett VAR33
Mandalay Billy Bennett VAR33
Mottoes Billy Bennett VAR33
My Mother doesnít know Iím on the Stage Billy Bennett VAR33
Nell Billy Bennett VAR33
No Power on Earth Billy Bennett VAR33
Ogul Mogul - A Kanakanese Love Lyric Billy Bennett VAR33
She was poor, but she was honest Billy Bennett VAR33
The Bookmakerís Daughter Billy Bennett VAR33
The Call of the Yukon Billy Bennett VAR33
The Charge of the Tight Brigade Billy Bennett VAR33
The Club Raid Billy Bennett VAR33
The Coffee Stall Keeper Billy Bennett VAR33
The Foreign Legion Billy Bennett VAR33
The Green Tie on the Little Yellow Dog Billy Bennett VAR33
The League of Nations Billy Bennett VAR33
The M.P. Billy Bennett VAR33
The Miser Billy Bennett VAR33
The Real Guy Billy Bennett VAR33
The Tightest Man I know Billy Bennett VAR33
All poshed up with me Daisies in me Hand Charlie Higgins VAR34
Bumpity Bump Again Charlie Higgins VAR34
Charlie at the Christening Charlie Higgins VAR34
Charlie goes Shopping on Saturday night Charlie Higgins VAR34
Charlie in Spain Charlie Higgins VAR34
Charlieís Saxophone Charlie Higgins VAR34
Down in the Field where the Buttercups all grow Charlie Higgins VAR34
Down in the Old Churchyard Charlie Higgins VAR34
Iím a Daddy at 63 Charlie Higgins VAR34
In the Waxworks late last Night Charlie Higgins VAR34
Jolly Old Uncle Joe Charlie Higgins VAR34
Maggie and Me and the Baby Charlie Higgins VAR34
Motherís walking round in Fatherís Trousers Charlie Higgins VAR34
Mrs McGrath and Mrs OíRafferty Charlie Higgins VAR34
Navviesí Jazz Charlie Higgins VAR34
Round at her Motherís on Sunday Charlie Higgins VAR34
Running up and down our Street Charlie Higgins VAR34
Sh! Thereís a Ghost in the House Charlie Higgins VAR34
Thatís why Women were born Charlie Higgins VAR34
The day I went to Wembley for the Cup-Tie Charlie Higgins VAR34
The Girls of the Old Brigade Charlie Higgins VAR34
When I was Twenty-One Charlie Higgins VAR34
When the Jolly Good Times are booming later on Charlie Higgins VAR34
Where the Violets are blue-oo and the Roses are red Charlie Higgins VAR34
With me Bagful of Nuts and some Sweets in Me Mouth Charlie Higgins VAR34
With Me Gloves in Me ĎAnd Charlie Higgins VAR34
Ainít dat a shame? Julian Rose VAR35
Becky Ginsbergís Wedding Julian Rose VAR35
Go Ďway back and sit down Julian Rose VAR35
In the Good Old Summer Time Julian Rose VAR35
In the shade of the old Apple Tree Julian Rose VAR35
Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 1) Julian Rose VAR35
Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 2) Julian Rose VAR35
Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 3) Julian Rose VAR35
Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 4) Julian Rose VAR35
Levinskyís Jubilee Julian Rose VAR35
Rip Wan Winkle was a Lucky Man Julian Rose VAR35
Then Iíd be Satisfied with Life Julian Rose VAR35
When the Boys go marching by Julian Rose VAR35
Barmitzvah boy Max Bacon VAR35
Beigels Max Bacon VAR35
Buy my little Ten-a-Penny Pills Max Bacon VAR35
Even a Crooner must eat Max Bacon VAR35
Gershwin Lockshan-Soup Jack Max Bacon VAR35
Holtz Myer and Cohen Max Bacon VAR35
I can get it for you wholesale Max Bacon VAR35
I must see Annie tonight Max Bacon VAR35
Little Red Hooding Ride Max Bacon VAR35
Panchoís Widow Max Bacon VAR35
Sam Levenson Max Bacon VAR35
Shmoul, Pick up the Kishke Max Bacon VAR35
William T-Hell Max Bacon VAR35
Basic Yiddish Sam Levenson VAR35
Donít kiss her in the Daylight Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Down at Dooleyís Dance Tessie O'Shea VAR36
He does it Tessie O'Shea VAR36
He never slept a Wink all Night Tessie O'Shea VAR36
He said ďKiss MeĒ Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Hymie and Amy Tessie O'Shea VAR36
I donít want to climb a Mountain Tessie O'Shea VAR36
I fell in love with an Airman Tessie O'Shea VAR36
I go twice a week to the Pictures Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Iím worth my Weight in Gold Tessie O'Shea VAR36
It all belongs to me Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Let it be soon Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Live and let live Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Oh Freddie Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Oh! Mr Porter (Excerpt) Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Sing, Sing, Sing Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Sweetheart in the Navy Tessie O'Shea VAR36
That ďKruschenĒ Feeling Tessie O'Shea VAR36
The ĎAmpstead Way Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Thirty Thirsty Throats Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Two Ton Tessie (From Tennessee) Tessie O'Shea VAR36
U-ra-li-a-te-ry Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Weíve nowít like thee in London Tessie O'Shea VAR36
When are they going to find us owt to do? Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Wish me Good Luck - Kiss me Goodbye Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Yes, Iím feeling happy Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Youíre at Blackpool by the Sea Tessie O'Shea VAR36
Youíre getting older every Day Tessie O'Shea VAR36
A Dayís Broadcasting Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
A Spot of Fishing Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
A Spot of Income Tax Bother Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
A Surrealist Alphabet Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Another Dayís Broadcasting Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Arguments Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Buying a House Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
It Isnít Cricket Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Making a Talkie Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
On Hobbies Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
On Photography Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Tennis Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
The Boat Race Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
The Royal and Ancient Game Clapham & Dwyer VAR37
Errand Boyís Parade Leslie Sarony VAR38
Grandpa liked It Leslie Sarony VAR38
He played his Ukelele as the Ship went down Leslie Sarony VAR38
Howíre You getting on? Leslie Sarony VAR38
Knock, Knock, Whoís there? Leslie Sarony VAR38
Laughing Waltz (Ha! Ha! Ha!) Leslie Sarony VAR38
Let me carry your Bag to Bagdad, Dad Leslie Sarony VAR38
Meet me Tonight in the Cowshed Leslie Sarony VAR38
More Rhymes Leslie Sarony VAR38
Old Whiteís Whiskers Leslie Sarony VAR38
Pedestrianís Dilemma Leslie Sarony VAR38
Plinketty Plonk Leslie Sarony VAR38
Shut the Door Leslie Sarony VAR38
Sing Holly! Go Whistle! Hey! Hey! Leslie Sarony VAR38
Skiddley-Dumpty-Di-Doh Leslie Sarony VAR38
The Feller that played the Pianner Leslie Sarony VAR38
The Old Kitchen Kettle Leslie Sarony VAR38
Too-Ral-I-Ay Leslie Sarony VAR38
Topsy Turvy Talk Leslie Sarony VAR38
When HíI was Híout in HíIndia Leslie Sarony VAR38
When the Light shines Brightly in the Lighthouse Leslie Sarony VAR38
Where thereís You thereís Me Leslie Sarony VAR38
Why did the Sparrow leave the Straight and Narrow? Leslie Sarony VAR38
A Visit to Madame Tussauds Lupino Lane VAR39
An Elephant never forgets Lupino Lane VAR39
Concerning Dogs Lupino Lane VAR39
Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling Lupino Lane VAR39
Here we are again Lupino Lane VAR39
I wish it were Sunday Night Tonight Lupino Lane VAR39
Iíve had a Rum Lupino Lane VAR39
If you want a little love, do this Lupino Lane VAR39
Itís lovely to be in love Lupino Lane VAR39
Me and my Girl Lupino Lane VAR39
Mr Brown of London Town Lupino Lane VAR39
Nip and Nunky in ďFireworksĒ (with Wallace Lupino) Lupino Lane VAR39
On the Tram Lupino Lane VAR39
Take it on the Chin Lupino Lane VAR39
The Birthday Recitation Lupino Lane VAR39
The Family Solicitor Lupino Lane VAR39
The Lambeth Walk Lupino Lane VAR39
Two in a Canoe Lupino Lane VAR39
We all go Oo! Ha! Ha! Together Lupino Lane VAR39
When Father papered the Parlour Lupino Lane VAR39
Who are You a-shoviní of? Lupino Lane VAR39
Who could? We could, We two Lupino Lane VAR39
Why canít we have the Sea in London Lupino Lane VAR39
A Protest Ronald Frankau VAR4
And They Lived Unhappily Ever After Ronald Frankau VAR4
Dolara, The Daughter Of Bo-Bo The Great Ronald Frankau VAR4
Donít Pretend To Be Innocent Ronald Frankau VAR4
Every Eveningís Nothing Like The Last Ronald Frankau VAR4
Everyoneís Got Sex Appeal For Someone Ronald Frankau VAR4
Freddieís Got A Lot To Learn Ronald Frankau VAR4
Iíd like to Have a Honeymoon with Her Ronald Frankau VAR4
Iíd Rather Be A Savage Ronald Frankau VAR4
In a Perfectly Lovely Park Ronald Frankau VAR4
Itís An Over-Rated Pastime Ronald Frankau VAR4
Lady Be Bad Ronald Frankau VAR4
Letís Keep The Party Clean Ronald Frankau VAR4
My Intentions Were Absolutely Pure Ronald Frankau VAR4
Nothing Ever Happens to Some Girls Ronald Frankau VAR4
Remember The Cyclists of Britain Ronald Frankau VAR4
She Doesnít Only Get You With Her Beauty Ronald Frankau VAR4
She Hit Him On The Head With A Hammer Ronald Frankau VAR4
The Preparatory School, the Public School Ronald Frankau VAR4
They Have a Much Better Time Ronald Frankau VAR4
Through A Momentary Loss Of Self Control Ronald Frankau VAR4
Upper Class Love Ronald Frankau VAR4
What Every Girl Ought To Know Ronald Frankau VAR4
Youíve Got To Pay For Everything You Get Ronald Frankau VAR4
On the Dole Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy buys a Wireless Set Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Dirt Track Rider Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Fireman (with ďPeggyĒ) Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Goalkeeper (with Ray Russell) Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Sailor Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Solicitor (with Mrs ĎOpkins) Sandy Powell VAR40
Sandy the Tram Conductor Sandy Powell VAR40
The Barmaidís Song Sandy Powell VAR40
The Caretaker (with unidentified Partner) Sandy Powell VAR40
The Lost Policeman (with Little Percy) Sandy Powell VAR40
The Lost Policeman turns up again (on Night Duty) Sandy Powell VAR40
The Mountaineer (with ďPeggyĒ) Sandy Powell VAR40
The Return of the Lost Policeman (with ďPeggyĒ) Sandy Powell VAR40
The Singing Lesson (with Frank Lorden) Sandy Powell VAR40
Blue without You Hutch VAR41
Crying my Heart out for You Hutch VAR41
Donít make me laugh Hutch VAR41
Excerpts from ďRhapsody in BlueĒ Hutch VAR41
Goodnight my Love Hutch VAR41
I forget the little things Hutch VAR41
I only have Eyes for You Hutch VAR41
Iím a Gigolo Hutch VAR41
Iím building up for an awful let-down Hutch VAR41
Nancy (with the laughing Face) Hutch VAR41
No Regrets Hutch VAR41
Now it can be told Hutch VAR41
Pale Hands (Kashmiri Song) Hutch VAR41
September in the Rain Hutch VAR41
Singing a Song to the Stars Hutch VAR41
Smoke gets in your Eyes Hutch VAR41
Thatís the Beginning of the End Hutch VAR41
The London I love Hutch VAR41
There goes my Dream Hutch VAR41
There goes that Song again Hutch VAR41
These Foolish Things Hutch VAR41
What is this thing called Love? Hutch VAR41
You always hurt the One you love Hutch VAR41
Letís have a Ride on your Bicycle Max Miller VAR42
Mary from the Dairy Max Miller VAR42
Max at the Met (Metropolitan,Edware Road) Max Miller VAR42
Max entertains the War Workers Max Miller VAR42
Max in the Theatre (Holborn Empire) Max Miller VAR42
Max in the Theatre Again (Holborn Empire) Max Miller VAR42
Cuthbert Bostril Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Cyril Fletcher tells a Couple Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Dreaminí of Thee Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Fol-de-Rols: Operatic Lambeth Walk Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Fol-de-Rols: Riddles Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Fol-de-Rols: The Lodger Cyril Fletcher VAR43
George Wurzel Cyril Fletcher VAR43
More Odd Odes Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Ode of the Fletcher Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Orange Peel - A Comedy Ode Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The Fan Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The Invisible Man Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The Mermaid Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The Song of the Fletcher Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The Tale of Hector Cramp Cyril Fletcher VAR43
The War Worker Interviewed Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Theophilus and his Operation Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Whoíll have a Blood Orange Cyril Fletcher VAR43
Baby didnít know Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Babyís Best Friend Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Clop Clip Clop Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Fairies at the Bottom of our Garden Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Get yourself a Geisha Beatrice Lillie VAR44
He was a Gentleman Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Honey maí Love Beatrice Lillie VAR44
I hate the Spring Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Iím a Campfire Girl Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Lady Windermereís Fan Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Like He loves Me Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Marvellous Party Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Mother told me so Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Nicodemus Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Not wanted on Voyage Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Oh! For a Night in the Ballroom Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Paree Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Snoops the Lawyer Beatrice Lillie VAR44
The Gutter song Beatrice Lillie VAR44
The Yodelling Goldfish Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Three White Feathers Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Weary of it all Beatrice Lillie VAR44
Wind round my Heart Beatrice Lillie VAR44
After tonight We say goodbye Jenny Howard VAR45
Daddy donít love Mummy any more Jenny Howard VAR45
Happy Ending Jenny Howard VAR45
Heís dead but he wonít lie down Jenny Howard VAR45
Iím playing Gooseberry to a Pair Jenny Howard VAR45
Iím too young to be careful Jenny Howard VAR45
Letís have a Tiddley at the Milk Bar Jenny Howard VAR45
Look up and Laugh Jenny Howard VAR45
My Lucky Day Jenny Howard VAR45
My Young Man is ever so nice Jenny Howard VAR45
Nobody loves a Fairy when sheís Forty Jenny Howard VAR45
Oh Mother Jenny Howard VAR45
On the Golden Shores of Wigan Jenny Howard VAR45
One of the Idle Rich Jenny Howard VAR45
One of the little Orphans of the Storm Jenny Howard VAR45
Our Up-to-date Cookery School Jenny Howard VAR45
Queen of Hearts Jenny Howard VAR45
Radio Tit Bits (with Percy King) Jenny Howard VAR45
Rounderer and Rounderer Jenny Howard VAR45
The things we want most are hard to get Jenny Howard VAR45
The Wise Old Owl said ďHooĒ Jenny Howard VAR45
Thereís another trumpet playing in the Sky Jenny Howard VAR45
When I hear the Wedding Bells ringing Jenny Howard VAR45
When I met Obadiahís Father Jenny Howard VAR45
You ought to see Sally on Sunday Jenny Howard VAR45
A Trip to Brighton Mabel Constanduros VAR46
At the Station Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Baby and the Silk Worm Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Father sweeps the Chimney Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Getting ready for the Holidays Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Grandma and the Weather Announcer Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Grandma Unlicensed Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Grandmaís Birthday Party Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Mrs Hamblett records her Vote Mabel Constanduros VAR46
The Buggins Family at the Zoo Mabel Constanduros VAR46
The Bugginses at the Seaside Mabel Constanduros VAR46
The Bugginsesí Family Group Mabel Constanduros VAR46
The Guide Mabel Constanduros VAR46
Australian Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Crazy Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Dwarfís Yodel Song Harry Torrani VAR47
Gambling Darkie Harry Torrani VAR47
Happy and free yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Highland Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Honeymoon Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Mexican Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Mocking Bird Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Mountain Echo Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Mountain Home Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
Mountain Spook Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
My Miss Swiss Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
The Gypsy Harry Torrani VAR47
The Lonesome Yodeller Harry Torrani VAR47
The Prairie Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
The Roaming Yodeller Harry Torrani VAR47
The Shepherdís Yodel Harry Torrani VAR47
The Watermill Harry Torrani VAR47
The Yodelling Hobo Harry Torrani VAR47
The Yodelling Monster Harry Torrani VAR47
Yodelling Boy Harry Torrani VAR47
Yodelling Bunk House Boy Harry Torrani VAR47
Yodelling Coon Harry Torrani VAR47
Yodelling Rag Man Harry Torrani VAR47
Yodelling to You Harry Torrani VAR47
Do Something Randolph Sutton VAR48
Driving the Geese to Market Randolph Sutton VAR48
Every Little Girl likes That Randolph Sutton VAR48
Hello Twins Randolph Sutton VAR48
I was in the Mood Randolph Sutton VAR48
Itís only a Matter of Time Randolph Sutton VAR48
Jollity Farm Randolph Sutton VAR48
Laugh and let the Clouds roll by Randolph Sutton VAR48
Oh Georgie, What a How Do You Do Randolph Sutton VAR48
Oh Mother, Mother Randolph Sutton VAR48
Old Mother Hubbard Randolph Sutton VAR48
On Mother Kellyís Doorstep Randolph Sutton VAR48
Or Anything Else Iíve got Randolph Sutton VAR48
Pretty little House that Jack built Randolph Sutton VAR48
Pull up your Socks and laugh up your Sleeve Randolph Sutton VAR48
Round Rileyís Old Red Barn Randolph Sutton VAR48
Tell me more about Love Randolph Sutton VAR48
The Old Kitchen Kettle Randolph Sutton VAR48
The Sun has got his Hat on Randolph Sutton VAR48
Thereís a Good Time coming Randolph Sutton VAR48
Tilly took a Tramp in the Wood Randolph Sutton VAR48
Whacha gonna do, Do now Randolph Sutton VAR48
Whatís it matter (as long as itís dark) Randolph Sutton VAR48
When I met Sally at the Seaside Randolph Sutton VAR48
You ought to know better, A Big Girl like You Randolph Sutton VAR48
A Bedtime Story - Red Riding Hood Wish Wynne VAR49
A Bedtime Story - Sleeping Beauty Wish Wynne VAR49
A Servant Girl Wish Wynne VAR49
An Embankment Impression Wish Wynne VAR49
Another Bedtime Story - Cindírella Wish Wynne VAR49
Bluebeard - A Bedtime Story Wish Wynne VAR49
Cockney Girl at the Cinema Wish Wynne VAR49
Filthy Lucre Wish Wynne VAR49
I Dunno Wish Wynne VAR49
Our District Visitor Wish Wynne VAR49
There's always Something Wish Wynne VAR49
Annie the farmer's daughter Max Miller VAR5
Backscratcher Max Miller VAR5
Confessions of a Cheeky Chappie Max Miller VAR5
Down in the valley Max Miller VAR5
I never thought that sheíd do that to me Max Miller VAR5
Iím the only bit of comfort she's got Max Miller VAR5
Impshe Max Miller VAR5
La-de-da Max Miller VAR5
Letís all have a charabanc ride Max Miller VAR5
Mary from the Dairy Max Miller VAR5
Max the Auctioneer Max Miller VAR5
Ophelia Max Miller VAR5
Put it down Max Miller VAR5
She said she wouldnít Max Miller VAR5
She'll never be the same Max Miller VAR5
The girls who work where I work Max Miller VAR5
The old oak tree Max Miller VAR5
The windmill Max Miller VAR5
The woman improver Max Miller VAR5
Weeping willow Max Miller VAR5
Why should the dustman get it all? Max Miller VAR5
You can't blame me Max Miller VAR5
You can't go away like that Max Miller VAR5
The Bunny Rabbit Arthur Askey VAR50
Please let me sleep on your Doorstep tonight Billy Bennett VAR50
Bandy Berthaís Birthday Bobbie Comber VAR50
The Lunaticís Lullaby Clarkson Rose VAR50
Doris, The Goddess of Wind Douglas Byng VAR50
Music of a Gnu Flanders & Swann VAR50
A British Spelling Song Flotsam and Jetsam VAR50
The Old Hiker (Live Recording) Frank Randle VAR50
Three Little Fishes Frankie Howerd VAR50
Hello Susie Green G H Elliott VAR50
Old Manís Darling Gracie Fields VAR50
Yodellerís Dream Girl Harry Torrani VAR50
The Family Song Album Hughie Green VAR50
Everything is Fresh Today Jack Hodges VAR50
Down at the Winegar Works Jackie Hunter VAR50
Mrs. Blumbergís Jewish Boarding House Julian Rose VAR50
Donít Ďave any more, Mrs Moore (Live) Lily Morris VAR50
I do like a little bit of Nougat Lupino Lane VAR50
Does She still remember Max Miller VAR50
The Click of the Little Green Gate Randolph Sutton VAR50
Trains Reginald Gardiner VAR50
Iím Ready, Iím Willing Tessie OíShea VAR50
Itís a Hap-Hap-Happy Day The Two Leslies VAR50
Iím going Home for Christmas BBC Dance Orchestra VAR51
The Santa Claus Express BBC Dance Orchestra VAR51
The Laughing Policemanís Christmas Eve Charles Penrose VAR51
A Christmas Pantomime Douglas Byng VAR51
Gert and Daisy make a Christmas Pudding Elsie & Doris Waters VAR51
John Willie goes Carolling George Formby VAR51
Letting the New Year in George Formby VAR51
Fairy on the Christmas Tree Gracie Fields VAR51
Gracieís Christmas Party Gracie Fields VAR51
Here comes Old Father Christmas Harry Champion VAR51
A Christmas Rehearsal Harry Hemsley VAR51
Father Christmas John Henry VAR51
Itís Jolly Old Christmas Leslie Sarony VAR51
Mrs Buggins makes the Christmas Pudding Mabel Constanduros VAR51
To wish You a Happy Christmas Norman Long VAR51
How to make a Christmas Pudding Tommy Handley VAR51
A Flyís Day out Leonard Henry VAR52
Baked Potato Man Leonard Henry VAR52
Copper Nob Leonard Henry VAR52
Dance of the Cuckoos Leonard Henry VAR52
Heís dead but He wonít lie down Leonard Henry VAR52
Henry the Ninth Leonard Henry VAR52
I canít wed a Woman like that Leonard Henry VAR52
I must have One of Those Leonard Henry VAR52
In bed with the Flu Leonard Henry VAR52
In the Bathroom Leonard Henry VAR52
In these Hard Times Leonard Henry VAR52
Leonard Henry letís Himself go Leonard Henry VAR52
Letís all sing at the Tops of our Voices Leonard Henry VAR52
Letís all sing the Lard Song Leonard Henry VAR52
Majah General Thing-a-Me-Bob Leonard Henry VAR52
Oh, Alice! Where art Thou? Leonard Henry VAR52
Pokee-okee-oh Leonard Henry VAR52
Shí Shiveriní Leonard Henry VAR52
Sir Roger de Coverley Leonard Henry VAR52
Wedding in the Ark (New Mayfair D.O.) Leonard Henry VAR52
What did the Village Blacksmith say Leonard Henry VAR52
Why is the Bacon so tough Leonard Henry VAR52
Blue Danube (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Desert Eyes (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Fairy On The Clock (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Got A Date With An Angel (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Happy Days Are Here Again (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Headiní For Louisville (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Hi-Diddle-Diddle (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
I Never Knew (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Liebesfreud (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Light Cavalry (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
My Heart Stood Still (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Poet & Peasant Overture (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Raymond Overture (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Rio Rita (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
So Is Your Old Lady (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Soldiersí Chorus (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Song of Happiness (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
The Doll Dance (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
The Match Parade (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
The Skatersí Waltz (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Then Iíll Be Happy (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Through (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Time Alone Will Tell (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Under The Double Eagle (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
While The Sahara Sleeps (Xylophone) Teddy Brown VAR53
Auntie Maggieís Remedy George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Chinese Laundry Blues George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Do De O Do George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Fanlight Fanny George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Frigid Air Fanny George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Happy Go Lucky Me George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I blew a little Blast on my Whistle George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I could make a Good Living at that George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I do Things I do George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I told My Baby with the Ukelele George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I went all Hot and Cold George Formby Jnr. VAR54
I wonder Who's under her Balcony now George Formby Jnr. VAR54
If you don't want the Goods, etc. George Formby Jnr. VAR54
It's turned out Nice again George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Leaning on a Lampost George Formby Jnr. VAR54
She can't say 'No' (with Beryl Formby) George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Sitting on the Ice in the Ice Rink George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Sitting on the Sands all night George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Swimmin' with the Wimmin George Formby Jnr. VAR54
The Man was a Stranger to Me George Formby Jnr. VAR54
The Window Cleaner No2 George Formby Jnr. VAR54
When I'm cleaning Windows George Formby Jnr. VAR54
Why don't Women like Me? George Formby Jnr. VAR54
With my Little stick of Blackpool Rock George Formby Jnr. VAR54
With my Little Ukelele in My Hand (Live) George Formby Jnr. VAR54
You canít keep a Growing Lad down George Formby Jnr. VAR54
My Old Dutch (Excerpt) Albert Chevalier VAR55
The Jolly Brothers (Excerpt) Albert Whelan VAR55
When Day Is Done (Excerpt) Ambrose & Orch. VAR55
Lay down your Arms (Excerpt) Anne Shelton VAR55
The Bee Song (Excerpt) Arthur Askey VAR55
Sons of the Sea (Excerpt) Arthur Reece VAR55
When Father papered the Parlour (Excerpt) Billy Williams VAR55
She's My Lovely (Excerpt) Bobby Howes VAR55
The Man who broke the Bank (Excerpt) Charles Coburn VAR55
P C Parker: The Police Station (Excerpt) Chas. Austin VAR55
The Tower of London (Excerpt) Dan Leno VAR55
Cara Mia (Excerpt) David Whitfield VAR55
Burlington Bertie from Bow (Excerpt) Ella Shields VAR55
The Lily of Laguna (Excerpt) Eugene Stratton VAR55
I'll See You Again (Excerpt) Evelyn Laye VAR55
Underneath the Arches (Excerpt) Flanagan & Allen VAR55
The Bull and Bush (Excerpt) Florrie Forde VAR55
Garden of Eden (Excerpt) Frankie Vaughan VAR55
Nellie Dean (Excerpt) Gertie Gitana VAR55
The Physician (Excerpt) Gertrude Lawrence VAR55
Sally (Excerpt) Grace Fields VAR55
Itís a Great Big Shame (Excerpt) Gus Elen VAR55
Boiled Beef and Carrots (Excerpt) Harry Champion VAR55
Roaminí in the Gloaminí (Excerpt) Harry Lauder VAR55
Motoring (Excerpt) Harry Tate VAR55
Come into the Garden, Maud (Excerpt) Heddle Nash VAR55
Hereís To The Next Time (Excerpt) Henry Hall & Orch. VAR55
And Her Mother came too (Excerpt) Jack Buchanan VAR55
Coal Black Mammy (Excerpt) Jack Hylton & Orch. VAR55
Say It With Music (Excerpt) Jack Payne & Orch. VAR55
Love will find a Way (Excerpt) Jose Collins VAR55
Goodbye Dolly Gray (Excerpt) Light Opera Company VAR55
Donít have any more, Mrs Moore (Excerpt) Lily Morris VAR55
The Territorial (Excerpt) Little Tich VAR55
Cumberland Gap (Excerpt) Lonnie Donegan VAR55
Only Girl in the World (Excerpt) Loraine & Robey VAR55
Charmaine (Excerpt) Mantovani VAR55
A little of what you fancy (Excerpt) Marie Lloyd VAR55
Tulips from Amsterdam (Excerpt) Max Bygraves VAR55
At the Holborn Empire (Excerpt) Max Miller VAR55
Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Excerpt) Noel Coward VAR55
Don't laugh At Me (Excerpt) Norman Wisdom VAR55
With all my Heart (Excerpt) Petula Clark VAR55
We will make Love (Excerpt) Russ Hamilton VAR55
Navy Sketch (Excerpt) Tommy Handley VAR55
Rock with the Caveman (Excerpt) Tommy Steele VAR55
Auf Weidersehn Sweetheart (Excerpt) Vera Lynn VAR55
The Fourth Form at St. Michaelís (Excerpt) Will Hay VAR55
Daddy wouldnít buy me A Bow Wow Barbara Windsor VAR56
Soldiers in the Park Barbara Windsor VAR56
I donít want to play in your Yard Barbara Windsor + VAR56
My Old Dutch Barney Gilbraith VAR56
If those Lips could only speak Charles Young VAR56
The Soldiers of the Queen Charles Young VAR56
Iíve gone out for the Day Daphne Anderson VAR56
Beer, Beer, glorious Beer (Chorus) Full Company VAR56
Daisy Bell (Chorus) Full Company VAR56
She was one of the Early Birds (Chorus) Full Company VAR56
The Old Bull And Bush (Chorus) Full Company VAR56
Itís a great big shame Johnny Hewer VAR56
Where did you get that Hat? Johnny Hewer VAR56
Chairman's Introduction Leonard Sachs VAR56
Donít Dilly Dally on the Way Rita Williams VAR56
Row Row Row Rita Williams VAR56
Nellie Dean The Four Singing Waiters VAR56
Sweet Adeline The Four Singing Waiters VAR56
A little Kiss each Morning Anona Winn VAR57
Butterfingers Anona Winn VAR57
Dancing Time (short version) Anona Winn VAR57
Everythingís in Rhythm with my Heart Anona Winn VAR57
For Love of You Anona Winn VAR57
Gertie the Girl with the Gong Anona Winn VAR57
I can wiggle my Ears Anona Winn VAR57
I get a Kick out of You Anona Winn VAR57
Iíll follow my Secret Heart Anona Winn VAR57
Letís put out the Lights Anona Winn VAR57
No one believes Iím a Mermaid Anona Winn VAR57
Now Iím in Love Anona Winn VAR57
Please donít mention it Anona Winn VAR57
She wore a Little Jacket of Blue Anona Winn VAR57
Tea for Two (short version) Anona Winn VAR57
Tell me with a Love Song Anona Winn VAR57
The Ghost of the Turkey Anona Winn VAR57
The Night when Love was born Anona Winn VAR57
The Partyís over now Anona Winn VAR57
The very thought of You Anona Winn VAR57
This little Piggie went to Market Anona Winn VAR57
Tuning In Anona Winn VAR57
What a little Moonlight can do Anona Winn VAR57
While we danced at the Mardi Gras Anona Winn VAR57
Who (short version) Anona Winn VAR57
Youíre the Top Anona Winn VAR57
Billy Howard Any Old Iron VAR58
Billy Howard Boiled Beef and Carrots VAR58
Daisy Bell; Community Singing VAR58
Itís A Long Long Way To Tipperary Community Singing VAR58
Knees Up Mother Brown Community Singing VAR58
She was One of the Early Birds; Community Singing VAR58
The Old Bull And Bush Community Singing VAR58
Two Lovely Black Eyes Community Singing VAR58
Introduction Daniel Farson VAR58
Music Hall History Daniel Farson VAR58
Introduction to Chairman Rob Currie Ernest Longstaffe VAR58
I Used To Sigh For The SIlvery Moon G H Elliott VAR58
If I Should Plant A Tiny Seed Of Love Helen Clare VAR58
The Honeysuckle and the Bee Helen Clare VAR58
Ship Ahoy Hetty King VAR58
Heís a Braí Braí Highland Laddie Hughie Diamond VAR58
I Love a Lassie Hughie Diamond VAR58
Keep Right on to the End of the Road Hughie Diamond VAR58
Stop Yer Tickling Jock Hughie Diamond VAR58
Everybodyís Doing It Ida Barr VAR58
Oh, You Beautiful Doll Ida Barr VAR58
Daisy Bell John Rorke VAR58
My Old Dutch John Rorke VAR58
Billy Danvers Kiss Me Tonight VAR58
Hello, Whoís Your Lady Friend Leslie Sarony VAR58
In the Twi-Twi-Twilight Leslie Sarony VAR58
Iím A Bit Of A Ruin That Cromwell Marie Lloyd Jnr. VAR58
If You Were The Only Girl In The World Orchestra VAR58
Overture ďTheatrelandĒ Orchestra VAR58
Hold Your Hand Out Naughty Boy Paddie OíNeil VAR58
Ship Ahoy Paddie OíNeil VAR58
Comrades Raymond Newell VAR58
The Old Brigade Raymond Newell VAR58
Glorious Beer Rob Currie VAR58
Auld Lang Syne The Company VAR58
I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside The Company VAR58
Albert Whelan The Jolly Brothers VAR58
Letís All Go Down The Strand The Orchestra VAR58
Palace Of Varieties March The Orchestra VAR58
Albert Whelan The Preacher and the Bear VAR58
Blossom's Film Scenario John Henry VAR59
Going the Pace that kills John Henry VAR59
Joe Murgatroyd's Letter John Henry VAR59
John Henry ďCallingĒ John Henry VAR59
John Henry in Paris John Henry VAR59
John Henry on the Films John Henry VAR59
John Henryís Night out John Henry VAR59
John Henryís Wireless Elephant John Henry VAR59
John Henry's Aeroplane John Henry VAR59
Listening in John Henry VAR59
My Wireless Set John Henry VAR59
The Stocking John Henry VAR59
The Story of Lady Godiva John Henry VAR59
Thereís another Trumpet playing in the Sky John Henry VAR59
And Modern American Ways Douglas Byng VAR6
At the Ball Douglas Byng VAR6
Boadicea Douglas Byng VAR6
Flora McDonald Douglas Byng VAR6
Hot Handed Hetty Douglas Byng VAR6
Iím a Mummy Douglas Byng VAR6
Iím a Tree Douglas Byng VAR6
Iím Millie, a messy old Mermaid Douglas Byng VAR6
Iím one of the Queens of England Douglas Byng VAR6
Lizzie the Pre-War Flivver Douglas Byng VAR6
Lots of little things are done by Kindness Douglas Byng VAR6
Louisa from Pisa Douglas Byng VAR6
Mexican Minnie Douglas Byng VAR6
Miss Otis Regrets Douglas Byng VAR6
Mrs. Lot Douglas Byng VAR6
Naughty Nellie Gwyn Douglas Byng VAR6
Naughty Victorian Days Douglas Byng VAR6
Oriental Emma of the Ďarem Douglas Byng VAR6
Sex Appeal Sarah Douglas Byng VAR6
She may be all thatís wonderful Douglas Byng VAR6
Songs of the Shires - Hunting Douglas Byng VAR6
Songs of the Shires - Nana of the Manor Douglas Byng VAR6
Sport Douglas Byng VAR6
Spring Douglas Byng VAR6
Thank you so much Missus Lowsborough Douglas Byng VAR6
The Cabaret Boys Douglas Byng VAR6
The Sunday School has done a lot for me Douglas Byng VAR6
Things we want to know Douglas Byng VAR6
Max in the Theatre Again Max Miller VAR60
Max Miller with The Forces Max Miller VAR60
Thatís Nice, Maxie Max Miller VAR60
Jasmine (Piano Solo) Billy Mayerl VAR61
Sweet Nothings (Piano Solo) Billy Mayerl VAR61
An Instrumental Excerpt Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Canít your Friend find a Friend for Me? Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Dreamy Honolulu Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Drink to me only with Thine Eyes Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
I may be wrong but I think Youíre wonderful Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
I think of You Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Iím a little Blackbird Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Iím always just a little Bit not Right Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Iím lonely without You Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
In Egypt Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
In my Gondola Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
It donít do nothing but Rain Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Mandy Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Masculine Women! Feminine Men! Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Old Fashioned Girls Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Sitting Around Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Sunshine and Rain Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Two Ton Tessie Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
Want a little Loviní Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
We canít blame the Bobbies for that Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
You flew away from the Nest Mayerl & Farrar VAR61
An Elephant never forgets Leslie Sarony VAR62
Barracky Bert the Soldier Leslie Sarony VAR62
Bunkey-Doodle-I-Doh Leslie Sarony VAR62
Everybody loves the Races Leslie Sarony VAR62
Far Far Away Leslie Sarony VAR62
Five and Twenty Soldiers and a Nurse Leslie Sarony VAR62
Get up Nice and Early in the morning Leslie Sarony VAR62
Gorgonzola Leslie Sarony VAR62
Hold out Your Pudding for Jam Leslie Sarony VAR62
I laughed so Hard I nearly died Leslie Sarony VAR62
I like to jump on a Bike Leslie Sarony VAR62
Icicle Joe the Eskimo Leslie Sarony VAR62
Jollity Farm Leslie Sarony VAR62
Jolly Good Company Leslie Sarony VAR62
Make Hay while the Sun Shines Leslie Sarony VAR62
Malt Hops and Water Leslie Sarony VAR62
Mamma donít want no Peas aní Rice aníCoconut Oil Leslie Sarony VAR62
No Funny Business Leslie Sarony VAR62
Old Man Bluebeard Leslie Sarony VAR62
Perry Werry Winkle Leslie Sarony VAR62
Thatís my Fascination Leslie Sarony VAR62
The Chicken or the Egg Leslie Sarony VAR62
The Farmer and His Pigs Leslie Sarony VAR62
The Old Sow Leslie Sarony VAR62
The Sexton Tolled the Bell Leslie Sarony VAR62
When I play on my Spanish Guitar Leslie Sarony VAR62
You canít get a Divi on That Leslie Sarony VAR62
And her Golden Hair was Elsa Lanchester VAR63
At my Time of Life Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Burlington Bertie from Bow Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Catís Meat Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Donít Tell my Mother Iím living in Sin Elsa Lanchester VAR63
hanging down her back Elsa Lanchester VAR63
He danced the Fandango Elsa Lanchester VAR63
He didnít oughter Elsa Lanchester VAR63
I avenít told ĎIm not up to now Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Ladies Bar Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Linda and her Londonderry Air Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Little Fred Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Mrs Badger-Butts Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Mrs Dyer, The Baby Farmer Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Never go walking without your Hat Pin Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Our Three Penny Hop Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Put my Little Shoes away Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Sell No More Drink to My Father Elsa Lanchester VAR63
She was poor but she was honest Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay Elsa Lanchester VAR63
The Fire Ship Elsa Lanchester VAR63
The Husbandís Clock Elsa Lanchester VAR63
The Ratcatcherís Daughter Elsa Lanchester VAR63
The Ruined Maid Elsa Lanchester VAR63
When I came into this House Elsa Lanchester VAR63
When the Old Dun Cow caught fire Elsa Lanchester VAR63
When the Summer comes again Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Wonít you Buy myBlooming Lavender Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Your baby ĎAs gorn down the Plug ĎOle Elsa Lanchester VAR63
Booglie Wooglie Piggy Betty Driver VAR64
I Fall in Love with You every Day Betty Driver VAR64
I love to Whistle Betty Driver VAR64
Iíll take Romance Betty Driver VAR64
Iíve got a Hunch Betty Driver VAR64
Itís Men like You Betty Driver VAR64
Itís Spring Again; Potato Pete Betty Driver VAR64
Jubilee Baby Betty Driver VAR64
Monday Tuesday,Wednesday Betty Driver VAR64
Oh! Ma! Ma! Betty Driver VAR64
Rose OíGrady Betty Driver VAR64
Sailor with the Navy Blue Eyes Betty Driver VAR64
So Little Time Betty Driver VAR64
Swing Bugler Betty Driver VAR64
The Alpine Milkman Betty Driver VAR64
The Bullfrog Betty Driver VAR64
The Little Woolly Vest Betty Driver VAR64
The Moon Remembered Betty Driver VAR64
The Sweetest Song in the World Betty Driver VAR64
The World will sing again Betty Driver VAR64
Twitterpated Betty Driver VAR64
We mustnít miss the Last Bus Home Betty Driver VAR64
What more can I say; Betty Driver VAR64
Every Sunday Afternoon Max Miller VAR65
How the So-and-So can I be Happy Max Miller VAR65
Julietta Max Miller VAR65
Just in Fun Max Miller VAR65
The Cheekie Chappie (Live Show) Max Miller VAR65
The Girl next Door Max Miller VAR65
The Love Bug will bite You Max Miller VAR65
The Market Song (with Lonnie Donegan) Max Miller VAR65
Tit-Bits (with Lonnie Donegan) Max Miller VAR65
Um-Ta-Ra-Ra Max Miller VAR65
A British Mother's Big Flight Florence Desmond VAR66
A Hollywood Bridge Game Florence Desmond VAR66
A Lady in Waiting Florence Desmond VAR66
Be Yourself Florence Desmond VAR66
Cigarettes, Cigars Florence Desmond VAR66
Deepest Shelter in Town Florence Desmond VAR66
Havenít I seen You before? Florence Desmond VAR66
Hollywood Party Florence Desmond VAR66
How did He look? Florence Desmond VAR66
In Love Again Florence Desmond VAR66
Kiss me Dear Florence Desmond VAR66
Mademoiselle líAmour Florence Desmond VAR66
Mae Time Florence Desmond VAR66
More Impersonations Florence Desmond VAR66
Mr Jones Florence Desmond VAR66
Oh! What a surprise for the Duce Florence Desmond VAR66
Public Sweetheart No1 Florence Desmond VAR66
Rehearsal for the Troops Florence Desmond VAR66
She had to go and lose it at the Astor Florence Desmond VAR66
A Wonderful Week of Love Dorrie Dene VAR67
And He likes it Dorrie Dene VAR67
Bam Bam Bammy Shores Dorrie Dene VAR67
How I got on the Stage - and Off Dorrie Dene VAR67
I couldnít desert the Guides Dorrie Dene VAR67
I may be a Lady Dorrie Dene VAR67
I want to get thin Dorrie Dene VAR67
I would like to know WHY! Dorrie Dene VAR67
Iím fading away Dorrie Dene VAR67
It made You happy when You made Me cry Dorrie Dene VAR67
Itís altogether different Dorrie Dene VAR67
My Next Door Neighbour Dorrie Dene VAR67
Naughty old Man of Madrid Dorrie Dene VAR67
No Manís Mama Dorrie Dene VAR67
Nobody loves a Fat Girl Dorrie Dene VAR67
Nothiní Dorrie Dene VAR67
Oh lor lummy ainít it cold Dorrie Dene VAR67
Only to fade away Dorrie Dene VAR67
Sing us an English Song Dorrie Dene VAR67
Trying to forget Dorrie Dene VAR67
Twiddling with the Knobs on the Radio Dorrie Dene VAR67
Wunga Bunga Boo Dorrie Dene VAR67
Any Old Iron? Stanley Holloway VAR68
Dark Girl dressed in Blue Stanley Holloway VAR68
Down at the Old Bull and Bush Stanley Holloway VAR68
Hello! Hello! Whoís your Lady Friend Stanley Holloway VAR68
I live in Trafalgar Square Stanley Holloway VAR68
I thought mebbe I would - aní I did Stanley Holloway VAR68
Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy Stanley Holloway VAR68
If I should plant a Tiny Seed of Love Stanley Holloway VAR68
If You were the only Girl in the World Stanley Holloway VAR68
Itíll all be the Same Stanley Holloway VAR68
Letís all go down the Strand Stanley Holloway VAR68
Lily of Laguna Stanley Holloway VAR68
My Missus Stanley Holloway VAR68
My Old Dutch Stanley Holloway VAR68
My Word, You do look Queer! Stanley Holloway VAR68
Oh! I must go Home tonight Stanley Holloway VAR68
Petticoat Lane Stanley Holloway VAR68
Sweeney Todd the Barber Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Galloping Major Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Honeysuckle and the Bee Stanley Holloway VAR68
The King who wanted Jam for Tea Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Little Shirt my Mother made for Me Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Parson of Puddle Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Rude Sailor Stanley Holloway VAR68
The Spaniard that blighted my Life Stanley Holloway VAR68
Two Lovely Black Eyes Stanley Holloway VAR68
Where did You get that Hat? Stanley Holloway VAR68
While Strolling in the Park Stanley Holloway VAR68
Wot Cher! (Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road) Stanley Holloway VAR68
You can do a lot of Things at the Seaside Stanley Holloway VAR68
Crash! Bang! I want to go Home Billy Cotton VAR69
Eleven more Months and Seven more Days Billy Cotton VAR69
I donít want to go to Bed Billy Cotton VAR69
I laughed so hard I nearly cried Billy Cotton VAR69
Iíve got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts Billy Cotton VAR69
In the Middle of the Night last Night Billy Cotton VAR69
La-La-La-La (The Modern Singing Lesson) Billy Cotton VAR69
Letís all sing like the Birdies sing Billy Cotton VAR69
Nursie, Nursie Billy Cotton VAR69
Oh! Ma-Ma Billy Cotton VAR69
Oopsala (She fell for a Feller from Oopsala) Billy Cotton VAR69
Seven Veils Billy Cotton VAR69
Seven Years (With the Wrong Woman) Billy Cotton VAR69
Skee-Boo (with The Western Brothers) Billy Cotton VAR69
Somebody stole My Gal Billy Cotton VAR69
Sunday School Stories Billy Cotton VAR69
That goes on for Days Billy Cotton VAR69
The Duck Song Billy Cotton VAR69
The Joo-Jah Tree Billy Cotton VAR69
The Night the Floor fell in Billy Cotton VAR69
The Tatooed Lady Billy Cotton VAR69
Wakey Wakey (Butlinís Good Morning Song) Billy Cotton VAR69
Ahím feared for Mrs. McKie Will Fyffe VAR7
Corporal McDougall Will Fyffe VAR7
Daft Sandy Will Fyffe VAR7
Down in the quarry where the bluebells grow Will Fyffe VAR7
Dr McGregor Will Fyffe VAR7
Heís been on the bottle since a baby Will Fyffe VAR7
I belong to Glasgow Will Fyffe VAR7
Iím 94 today Will Fyffe VAR7
I'm the landlord of the Inn in Aberfoyle Will Fyffe VAR7
McPhersonís Wedding Breakfast Will Fyffe VAR7
Sailing up the Clyde Will Fyffe VAR7
She was the Belle of the Ball Will Fyffe VAR7
Sheila McKay Will Fyffe VAR7
Skipper of the Mercantile Marine Will Fyffe VAR7
The Centenarian Will Fyffe VAR7
The Gamekeeper Will Fyffe VAR7
The Railway Guard Will Fyffe VAR7
The spirit of a man from Aberdeen Will Fyffe VAR7
The train that's taking you home Will Fyffe VAR7
The waddiní Oí Mary Maclean Will Fyffe VAR7
Twelve and a Tanner a Bottle Will Fyffe VAR7
Uncle Mac Will Fyffe VAR7
Ye can come and see the Baby Will Fyffe VAR7
Form Fours - War Songs Medley (Part 1) The Big Four VAR70
Form Fours - War Songs Medley (Part 2) The Big Four VAR70
A Village Concert The Roosters VAR70
Army Reminiscences The Roosters VAR70
Company Orders The Roosters VAR70
Lights Out The Roosters VAR70
Old Comrades Re-union The Roosters VAR70
Sick Parade The Roosters VAR70
The Recruiting Office The Roosters VAR70
Tommyís Christmas The Roosters VAR70
Tommyís Little Day The Roosters VAR70
Y.M.C.A. Concert The Roosters VAR70
A-be, My Boy Grock VAR71
Grock gibt ein zweites Konzert Grock VAR71
Grock hŲrt eine Forelle Grock VAR71
Music Hall Sketch (1932) Grock VAR71
Sketch de Music Hall (In French) Grock VAR71
A La Bastoche LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Amour et Sport LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Dansons une Java LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Le Pítit Georges LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Moi, Tout prŤs de Toi LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Si Jíavais su tout Áa LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Titi Parisien LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
Un Baiser. . . Un Sourire LíOrch Musette de Grock: VAR71
A-be, My Boy Lily Morris & Grock VAR71
A Bungalow, A Piccolo,and Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
A Feather in her Tyrolean Hat Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
A Nice Cup of Tea Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
An Elephant never forgets Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Animal Crackers in My Soup Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Boris on the Bass Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Hereís to the Next Time (Short Version) Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Hush Hush Hush Here come s the Bogey Man Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
I laughed so hard I nearly died Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
I like Bananas Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Iím Nuts on Screwy Music Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Letís all go to the Music Hall Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Madame Ah! La Marquis Ah! Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Mickeyís Son and Daughter Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Oh! Fred Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Rusty and Dusty Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Broken Record Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Duck Song Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Man on the Flying Trapeze Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Sun has got His Hat on Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Teddy Bearís Picnic Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Travelling Salesman Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
The Wedding of Mr Mickey Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Thereís a Song they Sing Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
When the Circus came to Town Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Whoís afraid of the Big Bad Wolf Henry Hall & BBC D.O. VAR72
Fifty Years Ago (with Leslie Holmes) Charles Coburn VAR74
Around the Old Bandstand Leslie Holmes VAR74
B B B Bertha Leslie Holmes VAR74
Down in the Valley Leslie Holmes VAR74
Fiddler Joe Leslie Holmes VAR74
Fifty Years Ago (with Charles Coburn) Leslie Holmes VAR74
He kissed Maggie - Maggie kissed Him back Leslie Holmes VAR74
He went in like a Lion Leslie Holmes VAR74
Heís in the Infirmary now Leslie Holmes VAR74
Heaven will help the Sailors Leslie Holmes VAR74
Iím the Monster of Loch Ness Leslie Holmes VAR74
Iíve gone and lost my Little Yo-Yo Leslie Holmes VAR74
No Funny Business Leslie Holmes VAR74
Noah had Two of Everything Leslie Holmes VAR74
On Top of a Bus Leslie Holmes VAR74
Perry Werry Winkle Leslie Holmes VAR74
Sarah the Sergeant Majorís Daughter Leslie Holmes VAR74
Sir Roger de Coverley Leslie Holmes VAR74
Something came and got Me in the Spring Leslie Holmes VAR74
St Jamesís Park Leslie Holmes VAR74
That Handsome Accordeon Man Leslie Holmes VAR74
The Soldier blew his Bugle Leslie Holmes VAR74
The Travelling Salesman Leslie Holmes VAR74
What díya think of that Boys? Leslie Holmes VAR74
Whoís been polishing the Sun? Leslie Holmes VAR74
Beer Barrel Polka Leon Cortez VAR75
Camp Fire Knees Up (Medley) Leon Cortez VAR75
Coronation Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Coster Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Good Luck Until We meet again Leon Cortez VAR75
Good night, My Darling, Good Night Leon Cortez VAR75
Gus Elen Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Iím sending you the Seigfried line Leon Cortez VAR75
Knees Up Mother Brown (Medley) Leon Cortez VAR75
Lambeth Walk Party (Medley) Leon Cortez VAR75
Marie Lloyd Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Old Soldierís Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Party Favourites (Medley) Leon Cortez VAR75
Posh Medley Leon Cortez VAR75
Round the Ď ouses (Medley) Leon Cortez VAR75
Sing Hulla Leon Cortez VAR75
Summer Sweetheart Leon Cortez VAR75
The Old White Hoss Leon Cortez VAR75
The Organ Grinder Leon Cortez VAR75
When You come to the End of the Journey Leon Cortez VAR75
A Beautiful Lady in Blue Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Ainít Misbehaviní Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Ainít She Sweet Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Blue Skies Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Celebratiní Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Evírythingís been done before Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Everything Stops for Tea Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Harping In The Highlands Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
I feel a Song cominí on Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Iíll see You in my Dreams Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
In the Middle of a Kiss Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Le Cygne (The Swan) Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Miss Annabelle Lee Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Rendezvous Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Ridiní up the River Road Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
The Echo of a Song Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
The Simple Things in Life Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
The Whistling Waltz Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Thereís something in the Air Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Waltz Time - And A Harp Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Weíve got Rhythm Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Where the Lazy River goes by Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Whispering Mario "Harp" Lorenzi VAR76
Broken Doll Delore Whiteman VAR77
Every Little While Delore Whiteman VAR77
Letís all go down the Strand Delore Whiteman VAR77
Any Old Iron John Bluthal VAR77
Captain Jinjah John Bluthal VAR77
Henry the Eighth John Bluthal VAR77
Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road John Bluthal VAR77
Modern Languages John Bluthal VAR77
My Old Dutch John Bluthal VAR77
The Mother and the Child were there John Bluthal VAR77
What a Mouth John Bluthal VAR77
Down by the Old Mill Stream The Gaiety Singers VAR77
When You and I were young, Maggie The Gaiety Singers VAR77
Down at the Old Bull and Bush The Orchestra VAR77
Ta-Ra-Ra Boom De Ay The Orchestra VAR77
Could Lloyd George do it? Stanley Lupino VAR78
Happy Stanley Lupino VAR78
Hats off to Edgar Wallace Stanley Lupino VAR78
Have You got any Rag? Stanley Lupino VAR78
How're Ya getting on? Stanley Lupino VAR78
I donít want to go to Bed Stanley Lupino VAR78
I lift up my Finger and I say Tweet Tweet Stanley Lupino VAR78
Iíve found the Right Girl Stanley Lupino VAR78
Just one more Stanley Lupino VAR78
Laying the Carpet Stanley Lupino VAR78
Let Me Gaze Stanley Lupino VAR78
Mexico Stanley Lupino VAR78
Miss Whatís Her Name Stanley Lupino VAR78
Oh Italy! Stanley Lupino VAR78
On the Staff Stanley Lupino VAR78
Percy from Peckham Stanley Lupino VAR78
Side by Side Stanley Lupino VAR78
That just gets me out on the Day Stanley Lupino VAR78
Why canít We Stanley Lupino VAR78
Yes, No! Stanley Lupino VAR78
Ain't love grand Max Miller VAR79
At the Bathing Parade Max Miller VAR79
Come Hither with Your Zither Max Miller VAR79
Doh-Re-Me Max Miller VAR79
Everything happens to me Max Miller VAR79
Friends and Neighbours Max Miller VAR79
Happy School Days Max Miller VAR79
I bought a Horse Max Miller VAR79
I never see Maggie alone Max Miller VAR79
In the theatre: (Finsbury Park Empire) Max Miller VAR79
Just another Sally Max Miller VAR79
Maria fell for me Max Miller VAR79
My old Mum Max Miller VAR79
No, No, No Max Miller VAR79
Oh Yes! She knows her Onions (w. Beverley Sisters) Max Miller VAR79
She was she was she was Max Miller VAR79
Someone Else Iíd like to be Max Miller VAR79
That's the way to fall in love Max Miller VAR79
The Budgie Song Max Miller VAR79
The Girls I like Max Miller VAR79
When Youíre feeling lonely Max Miller VAR79
Winnie the Whistler Max Miller VAR79
Cycling John Tilley VAR8
London Transport Board John Tilley VAR8
Maudie the Racehorse John Tilley VAR8
Thank you, Mrs Lowsborough-Goodby John Tilley VAR8
The Anti-arson Squad John Tilley VAR8
The Company Promoter John Tilley VAR8
The Loch Ness Monster John Tilley VAR8
The Mayor John Tilley VAR8
The Scoutmaster John Tilley VAR8
Goodnight Robb Wilton VAR8
I should say so Robb Wilton VAR8
The Fire Station Robb Wilton VAR8
The Home Guard Robb Wilton VAR8
The Munition Worker Robb Wilton VAR8
The Police Station Robb Wilton VAR8
50 Years of Song Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Cheerio (Here we go) Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Gay 90s Waltz Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Goodnight to You All Primo Scala VAR80
Medley of Stirring Tunes Primo Scala VAR80
Medley of Strauss Waltzes Primo Scala VAR80
Ship Ahoy Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Sing ĎEm Again Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Six ďHitsĒ of the Day Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Songs that Won the War Medley Primo Scala VAR80
The Elegant 80s Medley Primo Scala VAR80
The Man on the Flying Trapeze Primo Scala VAR80
Waltz Me Around Again Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Waltz Me Around Medley Primo Scala VAR80
Going Back (A Poem) Alexander Archdale VAR81
I was one of Ďem Archie Harradine VAR81
Sons of the Sea Bernard Miles VAR81
The Man who broke the Bank Charles Coborn VAR81
Two Lovely Black Eyes Charles Coborn VAR81
The Man who broke the Bank Charles Coburn VAR81
Two Lovely Black Eyes Charles Coburn VAR81
Yes, You are! Eve Lynd VAR81
The German Band Frith Banbury VAR81
Mother says I mustnít Helen Goss VAR81
A Lecture John Glynne Jones VAR81
A Bird in a Gilded Cage Megs Jenkins VAR81
Daddy wouldnít buy me a Bow-Wow Nellie Johnson VAR81
I wonít be a Nun Nuna Davey VAR81
Hon Maud in ďAny QuestionsĒ Robert Eddison VAR81
Hon Maud in ďThe CantiniereĒ Robert Eddison VAR81
Oh! The Fairies The Audience VAR81
At Trinity Church The Company VAR81
Daisy Bell The Company VAR81
Her Golden Hair The Company VAR81
Itís a Great Big Shame The Company VAR81
Little Annie Roonie The Company VAR81
She was a dear little Dicky Bird The Company VAR81
The Galloping Major The Company VAR81
The National Anthem The Company VAR81
Ting-a-Ling The Company VAR81
If I only knew the Way The Sisters Gelatine VAR81
Weíre the Sisters Gelatine The Sisters Gelatine VAR81
A Great Big Shame The Variety Singers VAR81
Ask a Policeman The Variety Singers VAR81
At Trinity Church I met my Doom The Variety Singers VAR81
Beer, Glorious Beer The Variety Singers VAR81
Daddy wouldnít buy me a Bow-Wow The Variety Singers VAR81
Daisy Daisy The Variety Singers VAR81
Down the Road The Variety Singers VAR81
Little Dolly Daydream The Variety Singers VAR81
Seventh Royal Fusiliers The Variety Singers VAR81
She was One of the Early Birds The Variety Singers VAR81
A Cowboyís Wedding Day Bob Mallin VAR82
A Sailboat in the Moonlight Bob Mallin VAR82
Across the Great Divide Bob Mallin VAR82
Blaziní the Trail Bob Mallin VAR82
Candy Kisses Bob Mallin VAR82
Clancy lowered the Broom Bob Mallin VAR82
Cowboy Bob Mallin VAR82
East of the Sun Bob Mallin VAR82
Gee Gee Bob Mallin VAR82
Itís My Motherís Birthday Today Bob Mallin VAR82
Knick Knacks on the Mantel Bob Mallin VAR82
Misty Islands of the Highlands Bob Mallin VAR82
My Little Buckaroo Bob Mallin VAR82
Nobodyís Darling but Mine Bob Mallin VAR82
Oh! Theyíre mighty tough in the West Bob Mallin VAR82
On the Trail where the Sun hangs Low Bob Mallin VAR82
Prairie Romeo Bob Mallin VAR82
Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang Bob Mallin VAR82
Say the Word and Itís Yours Bob Mallin VAR82
Thereís only Five Bullets in my Old Six Shooter Bob Mallin VAR82
Timber Bob Mallin VAR82
Weíll rest at the End of the Trail Bob Mallin VAR82
When the Organ played ďO! Promise MeĒ Bob Mallin VAR82
When the Sun says Goodnight to the Mountain Bob Mallin VAR82
Where the Lazy River goes by Bob Mallin VAR82
With my Little Horse and Wagon Bob Mallin VAR82
A Hundred Years from Now The Trix Sisters VAR83
Back to London Town The Trix Sisters VAR83
Come on Baby The Trix Sisters VAR83
Dapper Dan The Trix Sisters VAR83
I care for Him The Trix Sisters VAR83
I hope I donít meet Molly The Trix Sisters VAR83
I just want to give Myself away The Trix Sisters VAR83
I never worry about the Morning The Trix Sisters VAR83
Iím Knee Deep in Daisies The Trix Sisters VAR83
Iím on the Crest of a Wave The Trix Sisters VAR83
Iím sitting on Top of the World The Trix Sisters VAR83
I'm crazy over You The Trix Sisters VAR83
My Rock a Bye Baby The Trix Sisters VAR83
Nagasaki (with The Gilt Edged Four) The Trix Sisters VAR83
Negro Complaints The Trix Sisters VAR83
Pickiní Cotton (with The Gilt Edged Four) The Trix Sisters VAR83
Shout Hallelujah cos' I'm Home The Trix Sisters VAR83
Sweet Daddy I love You The Trix Sisters VAR83
Sweet Ukulele Maid The Trix Sisters VAR83
Sweetie Do The Trix Sisters VAR83
Thatís how I knew The Trix Sisters VAR83
Thatís the Good Old Sunny South (with The Gilt Edged Four) The Trix Sisters VAR83
The Hollow of a Hill The Trix Sisters VAR83
Trixís Boodle-Um-Boo The Trix Sisters VAR83
Ukulele Lullaby The Trix Sisters VAR83
Where is my Meyer The Trix Sisters VAR83
Youíre my Silver Lining of Love The Trix Sisters VAR83
ĎFonso (My Hot Spanish Knight) Betty Fields VAR84
Dancing with the Devil Betty Fields VAR84
He hadnít up till Yesterday Betty Fields VAR84
I lift up my Finger and say Tweet Tweet Betty Fields VAR84
Iím scared of holding my breath under the Water Betty Fields VAR84
Kiss Me Curse You Betty Fields VAR84
Oh how I love my Boatman Betty Fields VAR84
Oh What a Night to Love Betty Fields VAR84
Sh - Shivering Betty Fields VAR84
That Wonderful Kid from Madrid Betty Fields VAR84
The Same to You - Upholstered Betty Fields VAR84
Todayís a Sunny Day for Me Betty Fields VAR84
When Youíve gone I know I shall cry Betty Fields VAR84
A Thousand Years Ago Olive Fox VAR85
And then We wonít go Home Olive Fox VAR85
Good ĎEavens Mrs. Evans Olive Fox VAR85
I do love You Olive Fox VAR85
I donít think it matters! Olive Fox VAR85
Iím Happy when Iím Hiking Olive Fox VAR85
Iíve got Rings on my Fingers Olive Fox VAR85
Itís the Alpine Dress Youíre wearing Olive Fox VAR85
Keep Your Skirts down, Mary Ann Olive Fox VAR85
Ma! Olive Fox VAR85
Maggie! Yes Ma! Olive Fox VAR85
Maggieís Cold Olive Fox VAR85
On our Happy Wedding Day Olive Fox VAR85
Our own Little Home, Sweet Home Olive Fox VAR85
Píliceman, Píliceman (Hold My Hand) Olive Fox VAR85
Put Your Worries through the Mangle Olive Fox VAR85
Thatís That Olive Fox VAR85
The Same Again Olive Fox VAR85
Three Little Words Olive Fox VAR85
Weíd better put the banns up now Olive Fox VAR85
When You belong to Me Olive Fox VAR85
A Boyís Best Friend is His Mother Steffani Songsters VAR88
A Day with the Army: Steffani Songsters VAR88
A Little Blue House Steffani Songsters VAR88
By the Lazy Lagoon Steffani Songsters VAR88
Down in the Forest Steffani Songsters VAR88
Evening Bells Steffani Songsters VAR88
Gulliverís Travels: Steffani Songsters VAR88
Hear My Prayer Steffani Songsters VAR88
Humoreske Steffani Songsters VAR88
Lay My Head beneath a Rose Steffani Songsters VAR88
Medley of Popular Hits: Steffani Songsters VAR88
Oh! For the Wings of a Dove Steffani Songsters VAR88
Roll along Prairie Moon Steffani Songsters VAR88
Serenade Steffani Songsters VAR88
Songs of Yesterday: Steffani Songsters VAR88
Songs with the Songsters: Steffani Songsters VAR88
The Blue Danube Steffani Songsters VAR88
The Parade of the Tin Soldiers Steffani Songsters VAR88
The Wheel of the Wagon is broken Steffani Songsters VAR88
A load of Hay(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
All My Love(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
As Long as the River Flows Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Au Revoir Again (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Beloved be faithful(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Careless Hands Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Chase Me Charlie(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Cherry Stones(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Count Every Star(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Dear Hearts (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Dearie(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Drink, Drink, Drink (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Enjoy Yourself (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Ferry Boat Inn(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Happy Ending Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Happy Times(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
I díve baked a cake(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
I donít care if the Sun donít shine(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
I wanna sing about You Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Iíll string along with you(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Iíve got a lovely bunch of Cocoanuts (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
If I Loved You(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
In Big Bits of Big Hits Nos 1 to 5 (Tracks 14 to 23) : Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Jealous Heart(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
June is bustiní out all over(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Letís do it again(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Little White Lies Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Liviní in the Sunlight, Loviní in the Moonlight Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
My Thanks to You(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Oh, You sweet one(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Red Roses for a Blue Lady Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Rose in a Garden of Weeds(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Seven Veils Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Silver Dollar (Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
That Lucky Old Sun Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
The Baby Show Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
The French Can-Can Polka(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
The Old Master Painter(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
The Thing(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Unless Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Walkiní My Baby back Home Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Whistling in the Dark Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Why is it?(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
You brought a New Kind of Love to Me Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Youíre Driving Me Crazy Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
Your Heart and My Heart(Medley) Bob and Alf Pearson VAR89
The Parson addresses his Flock Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson and Tales of Laughman Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson and the Charleston Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson and the Christmas Party Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson and the Collection Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson and the Sewing Party Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson in Defence of Parsons Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson pleads for Happiness Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parson talks about Marriage Vivian Foster VAR9
The Parsonís Christmas Address Vivian Foster VAR9
A Frog He would a wooing go Elton Hayes VAR90
Adelphi Arches Elton Hayes VAR90
All round my Hat Elton Hayes VAR90
Courtiní in the Kitchen Elton Hayes VAR90
Duck and the Kangaroo Elton Hayes VAR90
Greensleeves Elton Hayes VAR90
I had a Hippopotamus Elton Hayes VAR90
I Pass all my Hours Elton Hayes VAR90
Jacqueline Elton Hayes VAR90
Joe the Carrier Lad Elton Hayes VAR90
Just a wearyiní for You Elton Hayes VAR90
Little Bridget Flynn Elton Hayes VAR90
Little Mohee Elton Hayes VAR90
My heart is like a Nightingale Elton Hayes VAR90
Not the Marrying Kind Elton Hayes VAR90
Oh the Cuckoo, sheís a Pretty Bird Elton Hayes VAR90
Riddle de Diddle De Day Elton Hayes VAR90
The Bold Black Knight Elton Hayes VAR90
The Broom, The Shovel and The Tongs Elton Hayes VAR90
The Jumblies Elton Hayes VAR90
The Little Black Horse Elton Hayes VAR90
The Millerís Daughter Elton Hayes VAR90
The Owl and the Pussy Cat Elton Hayes VAR90
The Phantom Stage Coach Elton Hayes VAR90
The Phantom Stage Coach Elton Hayes VAR90
The Quangle Wangleís Hat Elton Hayes VAR90
The Spinning Wheel Elton Hayes VAR90
The Table and the Chair Elton Hayes VAR90
The Unquiet Grave Elton Hayes VAR90
Whistle my Love Elton Hayes VAR90
Music Hall Memories Troise & Banjoliers VAR91
Argentina Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Beside My Caravan Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Black Eyes Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
El Relicario Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Goodnight Vienna Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Hungarian Dance No5 Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
In the Hills of Colorado Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
La Paloma Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Madonna Mine Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Maruschka Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Medley of Classical Tunes Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Nights of Gladness Waltz Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Play to Me, Gypsy Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Raymond Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Sorrento by the Sea Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Spanish Gypsy Dance Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Speak to Me of Love Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Standchen Serenade Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
The Song of the Rose Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Waltz Memories Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
Zampa Troise & Mandoliers VAR91
A Man of My Own Betty Bolton VAR92
Donít go any higher Jeremiah Betty Bolton VAR92
Dream Lover Betty Bolton VAR92
Evening Star, Help Me find My Man Betty Bolton VAR92
Everything I do, I do for You Betty Bolton VAR92
Heís dead but He wonít lie down Betty Bolton VAR92
I like to do Things for You Betty Bolton VAR92
I shanít bring Him Home any more Betty Bolton VAR92
Iím a Lady Policeman Betty Bolton VAR92
Iím thirsty for Kisses, Hungry for Love Betty Bolton VAR92
If your Kisses canít hold the Man You love ^ Betty Bolton VAR92
It wasnít meant to be Betty Bolton VAR92
Me and the Man in the Moon Betty Bolton VAR92
My Private Affair Betty Bolton VAR92
Oh how He looks at Me Betty Bolton VAR92
Peace of Mind Betty Bolton VAR92
Please Percy (Donít Do It now) Betty Bolton VAR92
Ready for the River Betty Bolton VAR92
She jumped on her Push Bike Betty Bolton VAR92
Smiling Irish Eyes Betty Bolton VAR92
Ten Cents a Dance Betty Bolton VAR92
The Mocking bird went Cuckoo Betty Bolton VAR92
The Partyís getting Rough Betty Bolton VAR92
The Wedding of the Painted Doll Betty Bolton VAR92
Wake up Chillíun, Wake up Betty Bolton VAR92
Wishing and waiting for Love Betty Bolton VAR92
A Musical Confession Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
At the Coronation 1937 (1) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
At the Coronation 1937 (2) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Hello Ma Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Introduction (Flotsam and Jetsam) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Is e an Aussie Lizzie? Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Little Chap Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Little Joan Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Love and Kisses Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Mrs. Peer Gynt Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Must it always be so? Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Pipe and Cigarette Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Postscript (Flotsam and Jetsam) Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Song of Love Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
The Girl across the Way Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
The High Brow Sailor Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Two Different Men Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Village Blacksmith up to date Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
We never know what to expect Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Weather Reports Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
When I grow old Dad Flotsam and Jetsam VAR93
Down among the Dead Men Jetsam VAR93
Drinking Jetsam VAR93
Old Stay at Home Jetsam VAR93
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep Jetsam VAR93
Speed! Jetsam VAR93
The Changing of the Guard Jetsam VAR93
A Musical Menu Gracie Fields VAR94
An Old Violin Gracie Fields VAR94
Christopher Robin Gracie Fields VAR94
FDR Jones Gracie Fields VAR94
He forgot to come back Gracie Fields VAR94
I canít remember Gracie Fields VAR94
I hear a Dream Gracie Fields VAR94
I never cried so much Gracie Fields VAR94
Iím sending a letter to Santa Claus Gracie Fields VAR94
If you were the only boy in the World Gracie Fields VAR94
In Jerusalem Gracie Fields VAR94
Invitation to the Press Lunch (Talking) Gracie Fields VAR94
May Morn Gracie Fields VAR94
O come all Ye faithful Gracie Fields VAR94
Out in the Cold Cold Snow Gracie Fields VAR94
Out in the Cold, Cold Snow Gracie Fields VAR94
Please leave my Butter alone Gracie Fields VAR94
Punch and Judy Show Gracie Fields VAR94
Red Sails in the Sunset Gracie Fields VAR94
Rochdale Hounds Gracie Fields VAR94
Romany Gracie Fields VAR94
Run Rabbit run Gracie Fields VAR94
Sally Gracie Fields VAR94
Sing as we go Gracie Fields VAR94
Smile when you say Goodbye Gracie Fields VAR94
Somebody Gracie Fields VAR94
Stormy Weather Gracie Fields VAR94
The Bells of St Maryís Gracie Fields VAR94
The Biggest Aspidistra in the World Gracie Fields VAR94
The Old Lady from Armentieres Gracie Fields VAR94
Thereíll always be an England Gracie Fields VAR94
Thereís a Cabin in the Pines Gracie Fields VAR94
They canít ration Love Gracie Fields VAR94
Three Green Bonnets Gracie Fields VAR94
Walter Gracie Fields VAR94
Whatís the good of a Birthday Gracie Fields VAR94
When I grow too old to dream Gracie Fields VAR94
Whiskers and All Gracie Fields VAR94
Wish me Luck as you wave me goodbye Gracie Fields VAR94
But not Today Jack Hulbert VAR95
Celebratiní Jack Hulbert VAR95
I want to cling to Ivy Jack Hulbert VAR95
I want to ring Bells Jack Hulbert VAR95
It always starts to Rain Jack Hulbert VAR95
Itís going to take getting used to Jack Hulbert VAR95
Jolly Good Company Jack Hulbert VAR95
Keep Tempo Jack Hulbert VAR95
Loveís Re-awakening Jack Hulbert VAR95
Miss Whatís Her Name Jack Hulbert VAR95
My Dancing Lady Jack Hulbert VAR95
My Hatís on the Side of my Head Jack Hulbert VAR95
My Last Yearís Girl Jack Hulbert VAR95
Reckless Reggie Jack Hulbert VAR95
Sheís such a Comfort to Me Jack Hulbert VAR95
Something in the Air-s Jack Hulbert VAR95
Sweep Jack Hulbert VAR95
Tap your Tootsies Jack Hulbert VAR95
The Flies crawled up the Window Jack Hulbert VAR95
What a little Moonlight can do Jack Hulbert VAR95
Where there's You there's Me Jack Hulbert VAR95
Whoís been polishing the Sun Jack Hulbert VAR95
You don't understand Jack Hulbert VAR95
You're sweeter than I thought You were Jack Hulbert VAR95
If You canít Sing, Whistle Sylvia Watt CDR76
My Whistling Gal Burt Shepard CDR76
Whistling from Floradora S H Dudley CDR76
The Penny Whistler Fred Lay CDR76
The Whistling Coon Burt Shepard CDR76
The Whistling Family Wilson Hallett CDR76
The Whistling Bowery Boy Albert Whelan CDR76
Will You be my Little Cousin? Guido Gialdini CDR76
The Mocking Bird Frank Stafford CDR76
Nymphs and Shepherds Charles Capper CDR76
Cherry Ripe Charles Capper CDR76
Bid Me Discourse Charles Capper CDR76
La Petite Tonkinoise Guido Gialdini CDR76
La Mattchiche Guido Gialdini CDR76
Studentsí Revels Edward Lynton CDR76
Il Bacio Charles Capper CDR76
Jewel Song from Faust Miss F Berens CDR76
Whistling Coster Boy Bert Marsden CDR76
April Sighs Sybil Fagan CDR76
The Birdseed Polka Ronald Gourlay CDR76
The Nightingaleís Trill Edward Avis CDR76
The Whistler and His Dog Pryorís Band CDR76
A Woodland Romance Ronald Gourlay CDR76
William Tell Overture Fred Lowery CDR76
Whispering Fred Lowery CDR76
In a Monastery Garden Ronnie Ronalde CDR76
The Happy Whistler Ronnie Ronalde CDR76
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