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Frank Leo - We Are All Equal In The Sea - (CDR52)

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Frank Leo was known for his many song compositions, particularly those for Wilkie Bard. His lyrics often take the form of story telling, and there are some amusing ones here. Performing here in his own right, the majority of his recordings were made between 1914 and 1915 and so some reflect optimism at the beginning of the Great War. Involved in a marital scandal, Frank Leo was as well known outside the halls as he was on stage.
Track Listing:
We are all equal in the Sea; We are going to have a Nice Afternoon;
You ought to see the Way we're coming along; All have this with me;
It makes One think; Has Anyone been asking for me?; I had to leave;
It's a Grand Sight to see them going away; Waiting for further Evidence;
When the Camp Fire's brightly burning ; Mister Cook; It was a sad, sad, day for me;
When the Bugle calls; If you're doing that for me you can stop;
One and a Penny a Day; I didn't want to cause any Trouble;
I thought there was something the Matter; I wonder what He's going to do next;
Are you walking out with Anybody; We are going to have a Nice Afternoon; Harry and Family at the Zoo;

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Listen to part of a sample track - If you're doing that for me you can stop

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