December 15, 2020

Silly Songs 1922 to 1934 – Various Artists
The Classic Years in Digital Stereo
Vol. 5, BBC 1986

The day before yesterday we had ‘Hot Violins’, today another
of them Classic Years in Digital Stereo cd’s the BBC launched
during the eighties. Its title says it all, Silly Songs. Going into
a hard lockdown today we can certainly use a little sillyness.
When you’re working at home or just being bored, listen to
these songs and cheer up a bit, enjoy doing so ..

Eergisteren hadden we ‘Hot Violins’, vandaag nog zo’n uitgave
in de Classic Years in Digital Stereo serie die de BBC in de jaren
tachtig uitbracht. Z’n titel zegt alles, Silly Songs. Vanaf vandaag
geldt er in ons land een harde lockdown dus we kunnen wel
wat grappenmakerij gebruiken. Of je nu thuis werkt of je
gewoon wat verveelt, luister naar deze nummers en
knap weer wat op. Plezier daarbij dus ..


01 – Jack Hodges – Everything Is Fresh Today
02 – Waring’s Pennsylvanians – I Scream, You Scream, We All Screem For Ice Cream
03 – Dick Robertson – Crazy Words, Crazy Tune
04 – Billy Cotton – Shut The Door (They’re Comin’ Through The Window)
05 – Frank Crumit – Song Of The Prune
06 – Debroy Somers – My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes
07 – Salt & Pepper – Roll ‘Em Girls
08 – Jack Hylton – Egyptian Ella
09 – Noel Coward – Mad Dogs And Englishmen
10 – Tessie O’Shea – Thirty Thirsty Throats
11 – Ross & Sargent – Nellie The Nudist Queen
12 – George Van Dusen – The Yodelling Chinaman
13 – Durium Dance Band – Let’s All Be Fairies
14 – Six Jumping Jacks – I Do Not Choose To Run
15 – The Yacht Club Boys – How Could Red Riding Hood
16 – Billy Jones – When It’s Night Time In Italy, It’s Wednesday Over Here


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  1. Anonymous 16 December 2020 at 12:05 - Reply

    A fab fun album, especially Jack Hodges with Everything Is Fresh Today – a song that Spike Milligan used in one of his sketches on the TV show “Q”. Thank you.

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