George Melly With Mick Mulligan's Band - George Melly Sings Doom download album
George Melly With Mick Mulligan and his Band. Kingdom Coming b/w I'm a Ding Dong Daddy (Decca 45-F 10763) (1956). George Melly With Mick Mulligan’s Jazz Band. Jenny’s Ball b/w Muddy Water (Tempo A 144) (July 1956). George Melly With Mick Mulligan and his Band. Waiting For a Train b/w Railroadin' Man (Decca 45-F 10779). Heebie Jeebies b/w My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes (Decca 45-F 10806). Retitled reissue of The World of George Melly. George Melly Sings Doom (Cherry Red El ACMEM273CD) (2014). Compilation of Decca recordings.
George Melly, Mick Mulligan's Band Send Me To The 'lectric Chair. George Melly, Mick Mulligan & His Band My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes. Mick Mulligan & His Band, George Melly Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out. (play).
George Melly – Vocals. Alex Welsh, Mick Mulligan – Trumpet. Roy Crimmins, Frank Parr – Trombone. Ian Christie – Clarinet. The EPs includeGeorge Melly with Mick Mulligan’s Band, George Melly Sings Doom, George Melly Sings the Blues, and Abdul Abulbul Amir – George Melly Sings Songs of Frank Crumit. Melly might be called a Renaissance man, given his interest in art (especially surrealism) and writing (author of several autobiographies as well as other books, besides working as a film and TV critic). But his public image was of a hard-drinking, garishly-dressed singer known as Good Time George. The album ends with four songs written or adapted by Frank Crumit, a singer who specialised in novelty songs which were often humorous or whimsical. Crumit is barely remembered today, although I listened to some of his recordings on 78 rpm records in my formative years.
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George Melly With Mick Mulligan's Band. George Melly With Mick Mulligan's Band - Spider Crawl 01:48 A Scrapbook Of British Jazz. Micheal Johnson Gritt Gritt The Last Artful Dodgr Sir Harry Secombe With Westminster.
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|A1||Send Me To The 'Lectric Chair|
|B1||Blue Spirit Blues|
- Printed By – West Brothers Printers Limited
- Bass – Allan Duddington
- Drums – Pete Appleby (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
- Guitar – Nigel Sinclair (tracks: A1, A2. B1)
- Piano – Roland Duff
- Trombone – Frank Parr (tracks: A1, A2)
- Trumpet – Mick Mulligan (tracks: A1, B2)
- Vocals – George Melly
NotesRecorded 13th Sept. 1956
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, A Side Runout): VEP-428-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, B Side Runout): VEP-429-1C