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Kenneth Williams - Twenty-Eight Pieces Over The Eight: Excerpts From
Twenty-Eight Pieces Over The Eight: Excerpts From
Artist: Kenneth Williams
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 06/23/2023
UPC: 604988278422

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DISC: 1

1. Revive Your Spirits
2. Not An Asp
3. The Beast In Me
4. If Only
5. The Power Of Love
6. The Last To Go
7. Outdoor Girl
8. Buy British
9. A Man Is
10. The Laughing Grains
11. Goodnight
12. Entracte Music
13. Hand Up Your Sticks
14. This Must Be The Place
15. Take Over Bid
16. Night Life
17. Lost Art
18. Evils Of The Weed
19. Perfect Host
20. Critics Choice
21. Peace
22. Interesting Facts
23. I'm Beautiful
24. One Leg Too Few
25. Vacancy
26. Sex
27. Bird Watching
28. Playout Music

More Info:

A British Musical Comedy Revue Starring KENNETH WILLIAMS And Fenella Fielding, With Sketches Written By Peter Cook And Music By Laurie Johnson, Which Premiered At Soho's Apollo Theatre In September 1959. Such Was It's Success That Decca Records Rush Released A Cast Recording Of The Production In Early 1960. It's Sequel, "ONE OVER THE EIGHT", Opened The Duke Of York's Theatre In April, 1961, Once Again Starring Kenneth Williams, Also Including Sheila Hancock, Lance Percival, Lynda Baron, John Howard And Robin Hawdon, With Musical Support From The Frank Horrox Sextet. The Cast Recording LP Was Issued By Decca Records In The Summer Of 1961. This Compilation Features Eleven Extracts From "Pieces Of Eight", And Seventeen From "One Over The Eight". It Was The Success Of These Two Revues, Backed Up By His Appearances On BBC Radio, That Established Williams As A Major Comedy Star.