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At the time of his tragic death in January 1918, aged 52, Mark Sheridan had been on the stage for over thirty years. An immensely popular comedian and able singer of lusty seaside songs, most notably J.Glover-Kind's classic, ' I do like to be beside the seaside', he was also a major presence in pantomime and featured regularly in productions across the British Isles. With his eccentric appearance, comic- patter, and delightful dancing and singing, he was undoubtedly one of the most original turns the halls had ever seen or heard. The CD contains 23 tracks, transferred from original 78 rpm records which were made between 1905 - 1915.

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Who were you with last night? At the football match last Saturday
They all come out in the Summertime
Josser Cricketer
I do like to be beside the seaside
Story from the Chestnut Tree
When the lights are low
Hear what the crowds say
One of the B'hoys
By the Sea
Fancy meeting you at the Isle of Man
Who's who
I met everybody I knew
Prison up to date
Let's all go home together
The esplanade
The three trees
I wanted a wife
They all walk the wibbly-wobbly walk
The mother and the child were there
Belgium put the khibosh on the Kaiser
I'd like to shake Shakespeare
It's girls that make the seaside.

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