50 Hits & Favourites
First recorded in 1931 - Bud’s own composition ‘Underneath The Arches’, remains their most famous hit. This collection of 50 recordings spans 17 years, from 1935 to 1952. Bud’s trademark was to appear dressed in a moth-eaten fur coat and battered straw hat, whilst Ches was the ‘smart’ one. Together, they would amble across the stage, swaying gently from side to side, in time to the music. Bud led, and Ches followed, with his hand placed on Bud’s shoulder. In more recent years, others have paid tributes by ‘doing a Flanagan and Allen’, notably Roy Hudd and Christopher Timothy, and Bernie Winters and Leslie Crowther.
That’s My Idea Of Home Sweet Home: Underneath The Arches: Shine On Harvest Moon: I’m Nobody’s Baby: Sierra Sue: Merci, Cherie, Merci: In A Little Rocky Valley: Round The Back Of The Arches: I Don’t Want To Walk Without You: Wandering Along (Bud Flanagan plus Radio Revellers): Why Don’t You Fall In Love With Me?: If A Grey-Haired Lady Says How’s Your Father?: Music, Maestro, Please: On The Outside Looking In: How Do You Do, Mr. Right?: On The Other Side Of Town: The Umbrella Man: The Galloping Major: Free: Tomorrow Is A Beautiful Day (Bud Flanagan): There’s A Boy Coming Home On Leave: Miss You: Don’t Ever Walk In The Shadows: We’ll Smile Again: Sending Out An S.O.S. For You
Run, Rabbit, Run: In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town (Bud Flanagan): Where The Arches Used To Be: Nice People: Down And Out Blues: Hey! Neighbour: Corn Silk: Don’t Believe Everything You Dream: Down Forget-Me-Not Lane: Who Could Love You Like Me? (Bud Flanagan): But In The Morning, No! ((Bud Flanagan with Frances Day): The Smiths And The Jones: Flying Through The Rain: What More Can I Say?: Dreaming: Let’s Be Buddies: Rose O’Day: It’s De-Lovely (Bud Flanagan) / Underneath The Arches (Frances Day): Down Ev’ry Street: Are You Havin’ Any Fun?: Hometown: F.D.R. Jones: Yesterday’s Dreams: (We’re Gonna Hang Out) The Washing On The Siegfried Line: Life Begins Again.
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