Here is my version of ‘I Was Born Under a Wandrin Star’ originally recorded by the late Lee Marvin from the movie ‘Paint Your Wagon’. My recording was made without recourse to cigarettes or whisky, but please don’t try this at home.
My interpretation of Alice’s Restaurant, a monologue from 1967 by Arlo Guthrie. I seem to remember there was a war going on at that time.
This is my effort at doing the voiceover for movie trailers. It is a tribute to the great Redd Pepper who is the voice behind countless movie trailers. A recent documentary about him went viral with over 2 million hits in a matter of days. His voice is insured for £10 million and he makes £3000 to £4000 for each movie trailer. My voice is self-insured and I can sometimes get 50 hits.
Living Doll (original by Cliff Richard)
He Stopped Loving Her Today (original by George ‘No Show’ Jones)
Someone Else’s Baby (original by Adam Faith)
Here is my rendition of the Red Army Ensemble performing a British hit of 1967
Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime (original by Dean Martin)
Hole In The Ground (original by Bernard Cribbins)
How Do You Do What You Do To Me (original by Gerry And The Pacemakers)
Nobody Loves Like An Irishman (original by Lonnie Donegan – although my vertsion sounds a bit more like Eamonn Andrews)
Oh Boy (original by Buddy Holly And The Crickets)
Swanee (original by Al Jolson)
Take Good Care Of My Baby (original by Bobby Vee)
Why (original by Anthony Newley)
Yummy Yummy Yummy (original by Ohio Express)
Donald Where’s Your Troosers
My Old Dutch (original by Peter Sellers)
When I’m Cleaning Windows (original by George Formby)
This is my attempt, with the words from memory going back to 1959, of Shelley Berman who died in September 2017. No music this time; Berman was what they called a sit-down comedian who sat on a stool to do his sketches.