Bobbie Comber reached the peak of his career in the 1930s. As well as appearing in films he made a
number of gramophone records, some with a nautical theme. Of these it is
the exploits of Barnacle Bill which are remembered together with other songs in a salty vein. Rollicking tunes and words which will
greatly amuse form the core of this collection. 23 Tracks, electrically recorded between 1929 and 1937.
Intro (Bobbie Comber Memories) Barnacle Bill the Sailor All Hands on Deck Peg Leg Jack He played his Ukulele as the Ship went down What shall we do with the Midshipmaid? The Return of Barnacle Bill the Sailor Maggie's Cold The Gay Caballero I'll Keep off the Grass no more Skin a ma link The Sergeant When I met Sally at the Seaside On a Cold and Frosty Morning The Flies crawled up the Window Don't be late in the Morning All over Italy There ain't such a Thing as Worry Lucy's Lips Teasing Tongue Twisters Will You love me when I'm Mutton Jolly good Company beside the Seaside He kissed Maggie At the Battle of Waterloo.