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New and Recent CD Re-Issues




This is a new series to celebrate 20 years of Windyridge CD re-issues
These are recordings of Concert Singers mainly dated before 1925


A Ballad Concert (VOC1)


A Ballad Concert CD

This is the first CD in a new series of Victorian and Edwardian songs performed by contemporary artists, which would have been heard on the Concert stage. Three top singers here, with well known songs of their time.





Music Hall CDs


Nat D. Ayer - Shufflin' Along (CDR81)


Nat D. Ayer - Shufflin' Along CD

Popular composer and singer, he was, as the BBC called him - The Man behind the Melodies. 25 tracks including medleys of his most famous songs






George Formby Snr. - The Man from Lancashire No.2 (CDR80)


George Formby - The Man from Lancashire No.2 CD

The Second of these new re-issues with tracks from 1914 -1920. More Great songs from the father of the famous son.






George Formby Snr. - The Man from Lancashire No.1 (CDR79)


George Formby - The Man from Lancashire No.1 CD

The first of these new re-issues with tracks from 1905 to 1912. Great songs from the father of the famous son.




New Variety Series

The Variety Series of CDs feature recordings made after the introduction of electrical recording in 1925. Although "classic" Music Hall had ended by this time, many fine artists appeared in Variety theatres throughout the Country, and made some excellent recordings.

Flanagan and Allen - Nice People CD - (VAR102)


Flanagan and Allen - Nice People CD

Recordings from the early years of their partnership with plenty of repartee - "Oi!"".


The Duncan Sisters - Topsy and Eva CD - (VAR101)


The Duncan Sisters - Topsy and Eva CD

Rosetta and Vivian Duncan, the Duncan sisters, were popular in the 1920's both from personal appearances and from films. Their act continued into the 1950s. Here are 25 tracks of their songs.


Further CDs are in preparation.

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