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John Bird / Eleanor Bron / Peter Cook / Barry Fantoni / Barry Humphries / Richard Ingrams / Dudley Moore / William Rushton / John Wells - Private Eye's Golden Years Of Sound 1964-1970 download album

  • Performer: John Bird
  • Title: Private Eye's Golden Years Of Sound 1964-1970
  • Genre: Audio
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  • Style: Comedy
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John Bird  / Eleanor Bron / Peter Cook / Barry Fantoni / Barry Humphries / Richard Ingrams / Dudley Moore / William Rushton / John Wells  - Private Eye's Golden Years Of Sound 1964-1970 download album

This album was released on the label Private Eye (5) (catalog number Lyn2745/6). This album was released in 1973 year. John Bird (2). Vocals. John Wells (2).

Label: Lyntone – LYN 2745/6 Type: Vinyl, LP Country: UK Date of released: Category: Non-Music Style: Comedy.

Among those prominently featured on the classic 1960s and 1970s recordings were: Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Barry Humphries, John Bird, John Wells, Eleanor Bron, William Rushton, Barry Fantoni and Richard Ingrams. In addition to their original releases, some of the recordings have been reissued on vinyl and audio-cassette. Performed by Eleanor Bron, Jon Culshaw, Harry Enfield, Ian Hislop, Barry Humphries, Lewis MacLeod, Kate Robbins, John Sessions, and written by regular contributors to the magazine.

Contributors included John Bird, Eleanor Bron, Peter Cook, Barry Fantoni, Barry Humphries, Richard Ingrams, Dudley Moore, William Rushton and John Wells. Issued - 5 December 1980. A parody of Sir James Goldsmith's short lived 'Now' Magazine. Includes appearances by Pamela Stephenson, Spike Milligan and Peter Cook. A 12" compilation album was issued privately in 1973 entitled "Golden Years of Sound" which included the contents of eight of the flexi-disk records. In 1981, comedy producer Martin Lewis compiled the first ten recordings onto an album titled "Private Eye's Golden Satiricals" released on his Springtime Records comedy label distributed by Island Records. The album was released to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Private Eye and featured a newly written sleeve note by edior Richard Ingrams. In 1981, comedy producer Martin Lewis compiled the first ten recordings onto an album titled Private Eye's Golden Satiricals released on his Springtime Records comedy label distributed by Island Records. Private Eye. Important people.

To celebrate Private Eye's 50th anniversary, the Guardian presents a rare collection of audio recordings made by Private Eye legends including Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Eleanor Bron and Willie Rushton. Hear the 34 excerpts, spread over 40 minutes on the exclusive CD free in the Guardian this Saturday 5 November.

by Peter Cook (Author), Dudley Moore (Author), Barry Humphries (Author), John Wells (Author), John Bird (Author), Willie Rushton (Author), Richard Ingrams (Author) & 4 more. This infamous 1971 'lost' Private Eye album "Ho-Ho! Very Satirical!" was banned before its release. The strong satirical content scared off every major record company - and the album was never issued. Several of the tracks were bootlegged at the time and achieved cult status in the comedy community. Written and performed by the usual Private Eye gang - including Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Barry Humphries, John Wells, John Bird, Willie Rushton and Richard Ingrams.



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