BC Hilliam and Malcolm McEachern, better known as Flotsam and Jetsam formed their duo in 1926. Remembered today as the precursors of Flanders and Swann, their amusing songs play on the contrast between the high notes of Flotsam and the basso profundo of Jetsam.
Included as "bonus tracks" are their two rare recordings made during World War II.
Introduction Little Betty Bouncer Maud Marie Move into my house What was the matter with Rachmaninoff? Business man's love song Only a few of us left The Alsation and the Pekinese The modern diver PC Lamb Schubertís Toyshop Polonaise in the Mall Song of the Air Simon the Bootlegger Piano Impressions The British Pantomime Sing a song of England New words for old The Pussycat News Big Ben calling Ghost of an old king's jester The Spooning of the Knife and Fork Down with Dora Bats in the belfry Melodrama of the mice King Canute Postscript Bonus Tracks: The Londoner and the Hun Old Bill and Young Bill