Songs and monologues of Stanley Holloway

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An elderly man sitting at a chess board wearing glasses smiling broadly at the camera
Stanley Holloway in 1974

The English comic singer, monologist and actor, Stanley Holloway (1890–1982), had a 54-year recording career, beginning in the age of acoustic recording, and ending in the era of the stereophonic LP. He mainly recorded songs from musicals and revues, and he recited many monologues on various subjects. [1] Most prominent among his recordings (aside from his participation in recordings of My Fair Lady) are those of three series of monologues that he made at intervals throughout his career. They featured Sam Small, Albert Ramsbottom, and historical events such as the Battle of Hastings, Magna Carta and the Battle of Trafalgar. [1] In all, his discography runs to 130 recordings, spanning the period 1924 to 1978. [2] A review in The Gramophone of one of his 1957 albums containing recordings of his old "concert party" songs commented, "what a fine voice he has and how well he can use it – diction, phrasing, range and the interpretative insight of the artist". [3]

Recordings

Number Details Recent album on which featured Year Recorded
The Missus and I By John C. Holloway. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1922 [4]
The Cobbler By Herman Lohr. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1923
Tommy The Whistler By Ernest Melvin. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1923
The Wheel Tapper By Wolseley Charles. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1923
Pirate Song By H F Gilbert. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1923
Cloze props By Wolseley Charles. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924
Alouette By E. Melvin. Duet With Gilbert Childs from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924
London Town By Melville Gideon. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924 [5]
In an old World Garden Duet With Melville Gideon. Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924 [6]
Memory Street By, and sung in duet with, Elsa Macfarlane. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924 [7]
Down Love Lane By, and sung in duet with, Elsa Macfarlane. from The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1924 [4]
Till the Wheel Comes Off From The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1925 [8]
Roundabouts and Swings From The Co-Optimists Highlights From The Co-Optimists (2008) 1925 [8]
Sometimes I'm Happy, Sometimes I'm Blue By Vincent Youmans from the musical Hit the Deck Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1927
Join the Navy From Hit the Deck Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1927
Fancy Me Just Meeting You From Hit the Deck 1927
Sam, Sam, Pick oop thy Musket By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1928
Song of the Sea From the musical Song of the Sea Stanley Holloway The Best Of (2002) 1928
Lovely ladies Duet with Claude Hulbert from Song of the Sea 1928 [9]
Rude Sailor From Song of the Sea c.1929 [10]
Little Pal c.1929 [10]
My Old Dutch Originally performed by Albert Chevalier Beat The Retreat (2008) c.1929 [11]
Come to the Cookhouse Door c.1929 [12]
Coaling c.1929 [12]
Old Sam By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1930
Alt! Who Goes There? By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1930
I Thowt Mebbe I Would And I Did By Ernest Melvin Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1930
What Care I? By Billy Mayerl Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1930
Beat the Retreat on thy Drum By R. P. Weston and Bert Lee Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1931
One Each Apiece All Round By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1931
Brahn Boots By Weston and Lee Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1931
The Lion and Albert By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1932
Hi-De-Hi Stanley Holloway The Best Of (2002) 1932
Penny On The Drum By Stanley Holloway Penny On The Drum (2006) 1932
Three Ha'pence a Foot By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1932
A Dinder Courtship By Frederic Weatherly and Eric Coates Beat The Retreat (2008) 1932
Onaway awake Beloved From Hiawatha's Wedding Feast music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor based on the poem The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1932
Pass Everyman 1932
King John By Stanley Holloway 1933
Sam's Medal By Mabel Constanduros and Michael Hogan Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1933
Old Sam's Party By Mabel Constanduros Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1933
Runcorn Ferry By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1933
Many Happy Returns By Archie de Bear Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1933
Radio Stars In A Jam Holloway attempts to recite "Pick oop thy Musket" but is interrupted by, amongst others, Clapham & Dwyer, Elsie & Doris Waters, Will Hay and Tommy Handley 1933 [13]
Gunner Joe By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1933
With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm By R.P Weston and Bert Lee Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1934
Marksman Sam By Marriott Edgar and Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1934
Sam Goes to It By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1934
Signalman Sam By Stanley Holloway 1934
The Return of Albert By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1934
Hand in Hand By Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II from the musical Three Sisters Penny On The Drum (2006) 1934
Keep Smiling By Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II from the musical Three Sisters Stanley Holloway - Keep Smiling (2006) 1934
Sam's Parrott By V.F. Stevens and Lauri Bowen 1934
The Beefeater By Weston and Lee Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1934
The Famous Name of Small By V.F. Stevens and Lauri Bowen 1935
Sam Drummed Out by Weston and Lee Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1935
Sam's Sturgeon By Ashley Sterne Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1935
Sam Small at Westminster By Stanley Holloway Beat The Retreat (2008) 1935 [14]
St. George and the Dragon By Weston and Lee 1935
Down Below By Sydney Carter 1936
Mr. & Mrs. Ramsbottom Went Off By Marriott Edgar; accompanied by Carroll Gibbons 1936
The Jubilee Sovrin By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1937
The 'Ole in the Ark By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1937
Albert and the 'Eadsman By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1937
The Battle of Hastings By Marriott Edgar 1937
Jonah and the Grampus By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1937
My Word, You Do Look Queer By R. P. Weston and Bert Lee 1938
The Parson of Puddle By Greatrex Newman Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1938
Green-Eyed Dragon By Greatrex Newman and Wolseley Charles 1939
Old Sam's Christmas Pudding By Marriott Edgar. Written especially for the 1939 Christmas pantomime Mother Goose in which Holloway was starring Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1939
The Recumbent Posture By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1939
The Negro Preacher Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1939
Albert Evacuated By Stanley Holloway. Tells the story of child evacuation during the war Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1940
Yorkshire Pudden! By Weston and Lee Penny On The Drum (2006) 1940
Careless Talk Duet with Leslie Henson Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1940
Marksman Sam By Marriott Edgar Penny On The Drum (2006) 1940
Pukka Sahib By Reginald Purdell, based on The Green Eye of the Yellow God by J. Milton Hayes 1940
The Return of Albert By Stanley Lupino Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1940
Sam's Christmas Shopping By Pulham J. Sherman 1940
The Food demonstration Recorded on behalf of the British government in aid of the war effort c.1940
Lend to Defend Recorded on behalf of the British government in aid of the war effort c.1940
Save your way to Victory Recorded on behalf of the British government in aid of the war effort 1940
Sam Goes to It By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1941
No Like-a da War Piano accompaniment by W.T. Best Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1941
Uppards By Marriott Edgar Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1941
The Future Mrs 'awkins Originally performed by Albert Chevalier, 1898 Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1942
Guarding the Gasworks By Stanley Holloway Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1942
My Missus Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1943
Don't waste bread by Stanley Holloway. Recorded on behalf of the British government in aid of the war effort 1943
Albert and His Savings By Marriott Edgar. Recorded on behalf of the British government in aid of the war effort Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1944
How long hast thou been Grave Maker By William Shakespeare with Laurence Olivier. Taken from the film Hamlet released the same year Stanley Holloway:The Essential Collection (2007) 1948
Albert Down Under By Stanley Holloway especially for his tour of Australia. [15] Not released 1948
Sam's Guggle Box By Stan Masters and Harry Stogden 1951
A Midsummer Nights Dream By William Shakespeare. Audiobook, featuring Moira Shearer, Robert Helpmann and Micheal Benthall A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare (2009) 1954
Going To The Derby Unknown Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
My Lord Tomnoddy By R. H. Barham c.1820 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Act on the Square Boys Written and originally performed by Alfred Vance in 1866 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
If I Had A Donkey Unknown Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
The Workhouse Boy Unknown Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Married To A Mermaid By James Thomson and David Mallet c.1740 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
A Motto For Every Man By D.K.Gavan; first performed by Harry Clifton Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Shelling Green Peas Written and performed by Harry Clifton in 1865 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Hey! Betty Martin Unknown Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
All Around My Hat Unknown c.1820 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Poor Old Horse By Billy Patterson, 1868 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
Champagne Charlie Written and performed by George Leybourne in 1867 Stanley Holloway: Champagne Charlie (2011) 1954
With a Little Bit of Luck By Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, from My Fair Lady My Fair Lady Soundtrack (Original Cast) - 1995 1956
Get Me to the Church on Time By Lerner and Loewe, from My Fair Lady My Fair Lady Soundtrack (Original Cast) - 1995 1956
Long Ago In Alcala [3] Written by Frederic Edward Weatherly & Adrian Ross. Music by André Messager. For the 1894 opera Mirette. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
On Strike [3] By Charles Pond 1906. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Captain Mac [3] By P.J. O'Reilly and Wilfred Sanderson. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The Floral Dance [3] By Kate Emily Barkley ("Katie") Moss. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The Christening [3] By George Randell. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Albert's Reunion [3] By Stanley Holloway. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The Trumpeter [3] By J. Francis Barron and J. Airlie Dix. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The King Who Wanted Jam For Tea [3] By Greatrex Newman and Wolseley Charles. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
I Thought Mebbe I Would-an' I Did [3] By Ernest Melvin (1922). Previously recorded by Holloway In 1930. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The Street Watchman's Story [3] By Charles J. Winter 1910; first recorded by Bransby Williams c.1914. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
The Green-Eyed Dragon [3] By Greatrex Newman and Wolseley Charles. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Up From Somerset [3] By Frederic Edward Weatherly. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Sam's Christmas Pudding [3] By Marriott Edgar. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1939. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Four Jolly Sailormen [3] By Edward German. With Arthur Lief (conductor and pianist) and the Concert Party Four. Recorded in New York, November 1957. The Concert Party -1958 1957
Bouncing Ball By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook Symphony Orchestra Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Gobbledegook By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Lion Tamer By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
Sven Svensen By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Frog, The Duck, The Fish By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
Wooden Shoes By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
Ump-Diddle-Diddle By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Elephant Alphabet By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
Pete Petersen's House By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Longest Train By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
Why the Giraffe Laughed By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
The Dancing Bear By Milton Kaye; with the Gobblegook S. O Gobbledegook Songs (1957) 1957
I Live In Trafalgar Square [16] By C.W. Murphy, first performed by Morny Cash in 1908 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend? [16] By David Worton & Bert Lee; sung by Harry Fragson, 1911 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
The Little Shirt My Mother Made for Me [16] First recorded by Marty Robbins Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
You Can Do a Lot of Things at the Seaside [16] Written and originally performed by Mark Sheridan, 1901 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
It'll All be the Same (A Hundred Years from Now) [16] Unknown. Written in 1884 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
My Word, You Do Look Queer [16] By Weston and Lee Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
And Yet I Don't Know! [16] Unknown. Written in 1882 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
I'm Shy, Mary Ellen, Im Shy [16] Written and performed by Jack Pleasants in 1912 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Sweeney Todd the Barber [16] By Weston and Lee Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Oh, I Must Go Home Tonight! [16] First performed by Billy Williams in 1908 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Eving's Dorg Ospital [16] By Stanley Holloway Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Harry Champion Medley [16] Includes " I'm Henery the Eighth, I Am", " Any Old Iron", " A Little Bit of Cucumber" and " Boiled Beef and Carrots" Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
The Spaniard That Blighted My Life [16] First recorded by Billy Merson in 1911 Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
Let's All Go Down the Strand [16] Words and music by Harry Castling and C. W. Murphy Let's Have A Banana (2009) 1958
My Old Dutch By A.C. Ingle, first performed by Albert Chevalier in 1910 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1958
Phrenology [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
The Yarn of the Nancy Bell [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
The Sensation Captain [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
Babette's Love [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
Ben Allah Achmet [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
Peter the Wag [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
The Ape and the Lady [17] By W.S.Gilbert Bab Ballads And Cautionary Tales (1958) 1959
A Dark Girl Dressed in Blue By Harry Clifton (1868) 1959
Growing Old 1959
Macbeth By William Shakespeare. Featuring Anthony Quayle, Ian Holm and Robert Hardy Macbeth by William Shakespeare ( 2012) 1960
Petticoat Lane Performed by Holloway EMI Comedy Classics: Stanley Holloway (1991) 1960
Sing a Song of London Written and originally performed by Ambrose 1960
Tommy the Whistler By Ernest Melvin. This Co-Optimists song was previously recorded by Holloway in 1923 EMI Comedy Classics: Stanley Holloway (1991) 1960
If I Should Plant a Tiny Seed of love First performed by Frank Summers (1909) Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960 [18]
Any Old Iron By Charles Collins and Terry Sheppard first performed by Harry Champion in 1911 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
A Bachelor Gay By James W. Tate (1916). Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
Where Did You Get that Hat Words and music by James Rolmaz, c.1888 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
If You Were the Only Girl in the World By Clifford Grey recorded by George Robey in 1916 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
Two Lovely Black Eyes Performed by Charles Coborn 1886 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
The Galloping Major Originally performed by George Bastow 1906 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
Join in the Chorus/Lily of Laguna By Leslie Stuart, originally performed by Eugene Stratton in 1898 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
While Strolling in the Park By Alfred Vance in 1868 Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
Down at the Old Bull and Bush By Billy Murray. Popularised by Florrie Forde. The song was written about The Old Bull and Bush public house in Hampstead Heath, London Stanley Holloway At His Very Best (2008) 1960
With Aspect Stern From " The Mikado" By W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; with Groucho Marx Groucho Marx in the Mikado (2012) 1960
The Criminal Cried From "The Mikado" By W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; with Groucho Marx and Sharon Randal Groucho Marx in the Mikado (2012) 1960
The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring From "The Mikado" By W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; with Groucho Marx, Barbara Meister, Robert Rounseville and Sharon Randal Groucho Marx in the Mikado (2012) 1960
Pick a pocket or two From Oliver!, words and music by Lionel Bart; with studio cast Oliver! London Studio Cast Soundtrack (1993) - LP 1961
Reviewing the Situation From Oliver!', words and music by Lionel Bart; with studio cast Oliver! London Studio Cast Soundtrack (1993) - LP 1961
Be Back Soon From Oliver!', words and music by Lionel Bart; with studio cast Oliver! London Studio Cast Soundtrack (1993) - LP 1961
I'd do Anything From Oliver!, words and music by Lionel Bart; with studio cast Oliver! London Studio Cast Soundtrack (1993) - LP 1961
The Third Sam By Stanley Holloway 1962 [19]
Hello, Dolly! by Jerry Herman 1965
As Time Goes By By Herman Hupfeld 1965
London Pride By Noël Coward More Monologues and Songs (2002) 1965
I'm Old Fashioned By Johnny Mercer and Jerome Kern 1965
Fishing By Leslie Sarony 1965
That's Entertainment! By Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz 1965
Comedy Tonight from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum by Stephen Sondheim; originally performed by Zero Mostel EMI Comedy Classics: Stanley Holloway (1991) 1965
The King's New Clothes By Frank Loesser 1965
Try to Remember By Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt 1965
Burlington Bertie By Harry B. Norris More Monologues and Songs (2002) 1965
Summer Green - Winter White By Cyril Ornadel and Norman Newell 1965
Hey, Look Me Over By Carolyn Leigh and Cy Coleman 1965
It Were All Green Hills By Stanley Holloway 1974
My Word, You Do Look Queer Previously recorded by Holloway in 1958 1975
Marksman Sam By Marriott Edgar and Stanley Holloway. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1934 1975
The Parson Of Puddle By Greatrex Newman. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1938 1975
Gunner Joe By Marriott Edgar. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1933 1975
Hand In Hand By Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1934 1975
And Yet I Don't Know Previously recorded by Holloway in 1958 1975
Albert's Reunion By Stanley Holloway. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1957 1975
The Magna Charter By Marriott Edgar 1975
Recumbent Posture By Marriott Edgar. Previously recorded by Holloway in 1939 1975
Life Is What You Make It 1975

Original albums

Compilation albums

See also

References

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  4. ^ a b HMVB 144
  5. ^ HMV 1725 1924
  6. ^ ParR566
  7. ^ HMV 1724
  8. ^ a b "Gramophone Notes". The Times. London. 10 November 1925. p. 12.
  9. ^ Col9542
  10. ^ a b DecF 1559
  11. ^ DecF 1841
  12. ^ a b VF1135
  13. ^ COLUMBIA DB1330
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  21. ^ Cadmon Literary Series, LP, TC 1078
  22. ^ JUDSON (Wonderland Series) J 3026 Reissued as "Elephant Alphabet" - 1960 and "What Happened At The Zoo" - 1968
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  24. ^ PYE NPL18056 Reissued as "Tavern Songs Of Old London" - 1982
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