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Band Waggon Song Book - Sheet music download.


Band Waggon Song Book - Sheet music download.
Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch, Phil Cardew, Charles Smart.
Published March 18th 1939.
28 Pages including cover pages. PDF File.
Note. The original print was not of a high quality but careful scanning has produced an acceptable reproduction.

The Bee Song. - by Kenneth Blain.
The First Time I Saw You. - by Allie Wrubel and Nathaniel Shilkret.
Health and Efficiency. - by Richard Murdoch.
Don't Ever Change. - by Walter Hirsch and Lou Handman.
Chirrup. - by Kenneth Blain.
My Heaven In The Pines. - by Jimmy Campbell, Maurice Sigler and Con Conrad.
Mamma I Wanna Make Rhythm. - by Jerome Jerome, Richard byron and Walter Kent.
Two Bouquets. - by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr.
Gotta Date In Lou'siana. - by Jack McKilburn, Glen Powell and Peter Packay.
A Moth Song. - by Kenneth Blain.
Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie. - by Carson J Robison.
A Ballad. - by Kenneth Blain.
The Snake Charmer. - by Leonard Whitcup and Teddy Powell
Trusting My Luck. - by Maurice Sigler and Arthur Johnston.
It's A Long Long Way To Your Heart. - by Eddie Pola and Eddy Brandt.
The Joo-Jah Tree. - by Box, Cox, Roberts and Butler.

Band Waggon was a comedy radio show broadcast by the BBC from 1938 to 1940. The first season featured Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch. In the second season, Askey and Murdoch were joined by Syd Walker, and the third season added Diana Clare for two episodes.

Band Waggon was the first comedy show to be designed specifically for radio, and established the practice of broadcasting a regular comedy and music programme at the same time each week. The show ended in 1940, allowing Askey to pursue a career in film and Murdoch to join the Royal Air Force. A show of the same name and starring Askey and Murdoch with Tommy Trinder was playing at the London Palladium when World War II broke out. The following year another version - with Norman Evans in place of Trinder - played at the Blackpool Opera House.

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