Just to follow on from some we've been hearing in recent posts . . . .
This is a humourous song from Jack Hylton and his Band . . . .
It's additionally interesting because it continues on Side 2. Standard 78s were limited to about 3 minutes . . .
The Collaro Deck it's played on is the Deck my Dad had as his first record-player.
3 speeds, 78, 45 and 33-1/3, and a flip over stylus for 78/LP
. . . and we complain about vinyl noise? . . . . . .
Particularly like the line:
The Captain's Wife was on the Ship
and she was glad she'd made the trip
As she could swim - she might not drown
So he tied her to the anchor as the Ship Went Down
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