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Vivian Foster - The Vicar of Mirth - (VAR9)

Windyridge CD
Vivian Foster was also as known "The Vicar of Mirth". Coming from a Church background (his father was a vicar) and having spent some time as a schoolmaster he became a specialist in the depiction of an unctuos clergyman. His catchphrase "Yes . . I think so" was often inserted in the most inappropriate places in his homilies.
A gentle form of comedy, this will much appeal to those who wondered what happened to the "old style" aloof and unworldly vicar.

10 Different talks (plus 2 alternative takes) making 24 Tracks in total,
recorded between 1915* and 1932.

Track Listing:
The Parson and the Sewing Party (Part 1 & 2), The Parson addresses his Flock (Part 1 & 2),
The Parson and the Collection (Part 1 & 2), The Parson talks about Marriage (Part 1 & 2) ,
The Parson's Christmas Address (Part 1 & 2), The Parson in Defence of Parsons (Part 1 & 2), The Parson and the Christmas Party (Part 1 & 2), The Parson and the Charleston (Part 1 & 2), The Parson pleads for Happiness (Part 1 & 2), The Parson and Tales of Laughman (Part 1 & 2), Alternative Takes: The Parson and the Sewing Party (Part 1 & 2),
The Parson talks about Marriage (Part 1 & 2)
*Note: some tracks are acoustically recorded and included for completeness - more track info . . .
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