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The Roosters - Army Reminiscences - VAR70

The Roosters - Army Reminiscences CD
The Roosters were the longest lasting concert party formed during the Great War. Initially for the entertainment of the troops, they went on to broadcast during the 1920s right through to the 1940s. The Roosters Concert Party recordings comprise some of their radio and concert sketches. They include many marching and Canteen songs from the days of the Great War. Also included are a set of WW1 songs by the Quartette "The Big Four"
Track Listing:
Army Reminiscences
Y.M.C.A. Concert
Lights Out
Tommy’s Little Day
Old Comrades Re-union
Sick Parade
Company Orders
A Village Concert
The Recruiting Office
Tommy’s Christmas
Bonus Tracks by “The Big Four”:
Form Fours - War Songs Medley - If you want to find the Sergeant;
Leap Frog; Mop it down; Last Long Mile; Rotten Song; Bully and Stew;
And when I die; Old Macdonald; I want to go Home; Rolling Home;
Because we're here
- more track info . . .
Listen to The Roosters in an Excerpt from Route March

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