What's New

Royal Mail increased their postage charges on 23 March. As a result our postal charges have changed. However, you can still order any number of CDs for the same postage. This is our first increase since 2014

New and Recent CD Re-Issues

Music Hall CDs

Hedges Bros and Jacobson - If I had the Lamp of Aladdin (CDR78)

Hedges Bros and Jacobson CD

From early ragtime performers to 1920's variety, this CD covers the period of the group's various formations

Jack Charman - The Matrimonial Handicap (CDR77)

Clarice Mayne CD

A music hall star in his own right, his recordings are full of pep.

Siffleurs' Souffle - (CDR76)

Siffleurs' Souffle  -  CD

Now a lost art, professional whistlers made their careers during the 19th and early 20th century. This CD brings together artists from the early years of the 20th century whose talent in this filed could not be bettered.

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.

There Will Always Be An England CD - (VAR98)

There Will Always Be An England CD

As a celebration of VE Day, this CD combines the patriotic, nostalgic and humourous songs of the War Years.

Harry Roy - Knock, Knock, Who's There? (VAR97)

Harry Roy

Comedy performances by this top Show Band of the 1930s. Includes the risque Lay in the Hay

Jack Buchanan - Man About Town CD - (VAR96)

Jack Buchanan - Man About Town CD

Jack Buchanan was noted for his urbane manner and the embodiment of the debonair man-about-town. His songs and delivery reflect his personality.

Further CDs are in preparation.

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