Randolph Sutton recorded songs with particularly infectious tunes. Indeed the CD might come with a health warning, since once heard these songs are not easily forgotten. Finely electrically recorded during the late 1920s and early 1930s, the songs must have been an excellent antidote to hard times and will surely lighten your mood even today. One track - "My Canary has Circles under his Eyes" was revived by Karl Denver in the 1960s.
The CD contains 24 Tracks, being electrically recorded between 1928 and 1933. This CD has received excellent reviews in the Bristol Area (where Randolph Sutton was born). This CD is a delight (Bristol Evening Times)
Ting-a-ling-a-ling (Wanted on the Phone)' You can feel it doing you good'
All by Yourself in the Moonlight' That's my Weakness now' He tickles me under the Chin' I took Jane walking in the Rain'
I am-She is-We are' My Canary has Circles under his Eyes' Holding Hands on the Sands' Good 'Eavens' Mrs. Evans' Jolly Good Company'
It Always starts to Rain' Mausie!' In the Bushes at the Bottom of the Garden' My Hiking Girl' Round the Marble Arch'
When are you going to lead me to the Altar Walter' The Li'l Schoolhouse down the Lane' Charlie' At Rawtenstall Fair' Oh ! Henry ! (What a Lad you must have been)' Mrs. Rush and her Scrubbing Brush' Christening the Twins' She's got another one now.