He'd Have to get out to get under

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He'd Have to get out to get under

Post by Gmemg » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:53 pm

"He'd have to get out to get under" is a song from "Hello Tango" (Music by Maurice Abrahams and lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie) written in 1908 it seems to have been a hit for "bobbie North" and later was sung by Al Jolson !

It appears on most labels in most forms, sung, instrumental and Military Band - i appear to have just 8 different copies (and 2 swaps if anyone has a different spare copy )

The Sheet Music

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Phoenix X 190 (Originally Columbia) - sung by Harry Long

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The Winner 2573 Sung by Harry Cove

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Zono 1272 - originally a Victor ? Sung by Billy Murrey

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Columbia 2397 by Prince's Military Band

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Jumbo 1171 Played by the Jumbo Military Band

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Zono 1342 - The Peerless Orch


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Homokord 60862 sung by Harry Cove (again)

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Columbia A 1457 sung by William Halley (NO, Bot "Bill" Halley)

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and the "Posh" HMV Version sung by Gerald Kirkby

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