the composer sings it's a long way to tipperary on a beat up winner 78

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the composer sings it's a long way to tipperary on a beat up winner 78

Post by rgodridge » Sat Jul 28, 2018 5:20 pm

I realise this record is in terrible condition really but it's rare! the composer, Jack Judge, introduces, sings and whistles it's a long way to tipperary, found today!
Other side coming up too!
I will attempt to remaster it later
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Re: the composer sings it's a long way to tipperary on a beat up winner 78

Post by Gmemg » Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:34 pm

I have a copy of this and it's in more or less the same condition (Due to the popularity of the song) I can't think of another recording where the composer of a popular song not only makes an introductory recording but also sings it (With whistling Etc) i spent ages looking for a copy only to find mine in my own collection ...............but then there were some astonishing items in the first Roger Thorne sale that i just put whole lots into my own collection in one piece
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