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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #85, July 15, 2007
Topic: A Brit's Eye View: The Third Eye (hosted by Nigel Hall of England)

This show has 6 parts:


Part 1
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Hello My Darlings  [only known play]Charlie Drake
Teddy Bear's Picnic  [only known play]John Inman
Do BearsRowan Atkinson, Kate Bush, Howard Goodall
Shut the door (They're coming in the windows)  [only known play]Billy Cotton
In The Middle Of The House  [only known play]Alma Cogan
Big Jim meets Nessie  [only known play]Fivepenny Piece
Part 2
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Paddy McGinty's Goat  [only known play]Val Doonican
The Court of King CaractacusRolf Harris
The Unicorn  [only known play]The Bachelors
Seven Drunken Nights  [first known play]The Dubliners
Donald Where's Your Troosers?Andy Stewart
Delaney's Donkey  [only known play]Val Doonican
Part 3
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Your Dog's DeadThe Volume Brothers
The Mole  [only known play]Jasper Carrott
The Molecatcher  [only known play]Noel Edmonds
With A Little Help From My Friends  [only known play]The Beatles
The No No SongRingo Starr
Part 6
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Amazin' ManJohn Bird (as Idi Amin)
Why Am I Living  [only known play]Jess Conrad
Snot Rap  [only known play]Kenny Everett
#3D-I-V-O-R-C-EBilly Connolly
#2Tongue Tied  [first known play]Danny John Jules
#1Marvin, I Love YouMarvin The Paranoid Android
Next week: Animals

 

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macca45   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-23-07 04:11 PM  -  10 years ago
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Hey Nigel, great show, for me it was a case of Ohh, I remember that.

On the Herman' Hermits song, I'm Henry The VIII, I was comparing it to the copy I had, and there seems to be some variations in the two.
On mine, the vocal of Herman seems younger, the instrumentals seem fuller, and at the end, my copy does not have the short guitar sting, and the 'yeah' on closer.

Is your copy a later recording?

On the Arnold Rimmer song, Although I enjoyed it, I think Howard Goodall should stick to writing, as Chris Barrie does a better version even though he is not a singer.

Alex.

Nigel128   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-25-07 12:15 PM  -  10 years ago
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Hi Alex

Glad you enjoyed the show - watch out for "Hey Four-Eyes!!" later on this year.

The track came from a Greatest Hits of Herman's Hermits CD from EMI and doesn't say that any tracks have been re-recorded so I'm not sure.

I agree, Howard is a fantastic composer but a singer he ain't!!! One of these days I'll invest in some software to allow be to extract audio from DVDs, because I can't be bothered to keep hooking things up to get audio from DVDs.
peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-25-07 02:22 PM  -  10 years ago
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Hey Four Eyes! LOL.

I hate when you get a greatest hits package and it's not the original version. That seems fraudulent to me.

--- Nigel128
Hi Alex

Glad you enjoyed the show - watch out for "Hey Four-Eyes!!" later on this year.

The track came from a Greatest Hits of Herman's Hermits CD from EMI and doesn't say that any tracks have been re-recorded so I'm not sure.

I agree, Howard is a fantastic composer but a singer he ain't!!! One of these days I'll invest in some software to allow be to extract audio from DVDs, because I can't be bothered to keep hooking things up to get audio from DVDs.
macca45   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-25-07 05:03 PM  -  10 years ago
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So do I, now.
Being the typical profiled Scotsman, back in my youth, I purchased a large number of very cheap box sets of compilation albums, the K-Tel type.
All tracks are the original artists, but are made up of outtake and alternative recordings.

I haven't learnt, I still buy cheap.

Alex.

--- peterpuck9
Hey Four Eyes! LOL.

I hate when you get a greatest hits package and it's not the original version. That seems fraudulent to me.

--- Nigel128
Hi Alex

Glad you enjoyed the show - watch out for "Hey Four-Eyes!!" later on this year.

The track came from a Greatest Hits of Herman's Hermits CD from EMI and doesn't say that any tracks have been re-recorded so I'm not sure.

I agree, Howard is a fantastic composer but a singer he ain't!!! One of these days I'll invest in some software to allow be to extract audio from DVDs, because I can't be bothered to keep hooking things up to get audio from DVDs.
Nigel128   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-26-07 03:24 AM  -  10 years ago
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Well, it just goes to show you only get what you pay for!!!

I always check Greatest hits CDs now to see if it has the disclaimer on it about tracks being re-recorded and if it does then I keep my money in my pocket (perhaps I'm a closet Scotsman!!!)

--- macca45
So do I, now.
Being the typical profiled Scotsman, back in my youth, I purchased a large number of very cheap box sets of compilation albums, the K-Tel type.
All tracks are the original artists, but are made up of outtake and alternative recordings.

I haven't learnt, I still buy cheap.

Alex.

peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-27-07 05:25 PM  -  10 years ago
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Even worse, iTunes charges you the same 99 cents whether it's an original or a re-do. So sometimes it's not even a question of being cheap!
macca45   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-27-07 05:38 PM  -  10 years ago
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One song that I am still not sure of which is the original is Lonnie Donegan's Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour.

Over the years I have heard many many versions, all done live, at least with this one, they are all good.

Alex
Nigel128   Offline  -  Participant  -  07-28-07 02:25 PM  -  10 years ago
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I think that Lonnie's was a version of a song from the 20's or 30's called "Does Your Spearmint Lose Its Flavor" but I could be wrong, and I'm sure if I am then someone will put me right (please!!)

--- macca45
One song that I am still not sure of which is the original is Lonnie Donegan's Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour.

Over the years I have heard many many versions, all done live, at least with this one, they are all good.

Alex
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