This CD brings together three artistes who were popular at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Although almost unknown today, each artist has a following amongst present day music hall enthusiasts.
The opening track "Music Hall Titbits" gives us a tour of the Music Halls and mentions many of the top artists of the time.
Fred Elton: Music Hall Tit-Bits (The Medley Song) Fred Elton: I shouted "Bovril" to the Bull Fred Elton: Mammy come back to me Fred Elton: Look! Look! The Moon Man's in the Sky Fred Elton: Should a Woman tell? Fred Elton: Marie O'Neil Fred Elton: The Funny Little Bunny Sonny had Joe Archer: Hold me tight a little longer, Joe Joe Archer: Hi, Johnny! Who's your Tailor? Joe Archer: You look all wrong because you're bandy Joe Archer: Always keep your Eyes wide open Joe Archer: In the days of Adam and Eve Joe Archer: We are a fine Family Joe Archer: I jumped out of Bed, quick Joe Archer: How's Your Father? Joe Archer: Want to see the War all over Harry Ford: He doesn't mean any harm Harry Ford: That's Enough! Harry Ford: When She walks Harry Ford: What a Face Harry Ford: Naughty Boy Harry Ford: The Day that I Became a Millionaire Harry Ford: Don't You think You've overstepped the Margin
Plus Two Bonus Tracks (Reduced quality from very worn originals): Harry Ford: Poor, Proud and Particular Joe Archer: If we hadn't any Women in the World