Always makes me smile. My old workmate was in Cradley for a speedway meet and he went to a local pub and he said a couple got up and sang "I Got Yow Bab" so we used to sing it in the office to get through the day. Thanks for re2 of my favourites from the great cher and bono RIP BONO
So we used to try and sing songs in Brummy accents. Got told off. Or any accent. Like Walk on By with a German one. Or Send in The Clow -ens in a Dublin accent.Always makes me smile. My old workmate was in Cradley for a speedway meet and he went to a local pub and he said a couple got up and sang "I Got Yow Bab" so we used to sing it in the office to get through the day. Thanks for re
Great sound quality.I like the banjo. A quickstep? Mum and dad would dance to that but she always said she had no toes left. I like the Railway prints. We stay in a B&B with a lot of them on display. I have a few of dad's 78's nothing to play them on. Mum used to sing In a Mountain Greenery, where god paints the scenery just two lonely people together. Two lines then the beat changed then back again. I can remember the end, " Bless our mountain greenery home!"Hi John,
A wonderful music era, - Maurice Winnick, Jack Payne, Paul Whiteman, the
list goes on, and my personal favourite, Debroy Somers.
I love all music (not too much classical and certainly not opera) and can enjoy anything from 20s blues to something i heard the other day that has just been released. Music is so personal and appeals to us on lots of different levels. As long as you like it that’s all that matters!!Thanks for your comment Dave. Most folk think I'm a bit odd when I turn on the ignition and these are the sort of tracks that come out, but Gracie Fields had a wind up gramophone in her Bentley, so why not!