Music Hall was a form of popular entertainment in Britain that endured for less than eighty years:from the1850's through till the end of the First World War. Acts on the halls were diverse and ranged from coster comedians to chorus singers;magicians to male impersonators; acrobats to animal acts.  The American or Canadian equivalent of Music Hall is known as Vaudeville.

Blues music originated among African-Americans some time around the beginning of the 20th century, maybe just before.  I tend to see it as a blend of church spirituals, folk and plantation songs. At times the blues can seem sad and repetitive,but I never grow tired of hearing or playing it.


Music Hall
All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor - Hetty King
Let's Have a Tiddley At The Milk Bar - Nellie Wallace
Show Me The Way To Go Home - Ella Sheilds
Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me A Bow-wow! - Vesta Victoria
Fol-De-Rol-Lol - George Lashwood
Waiting at the Church - Vesta Victoria
Following in Father's Footsteps - Vesta Tilley
I do like to be beside the seaside - Mark Sheridan
Shes A Lassie From Lancashire
Daisy Bell

St. James Infirmary
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor?
High Heel Sneakers
Truckin' My Blues Away
This Train Is Bound For Glory
Teddy Bears Picnic

Angel Originals
Jumping Flea Jig
Bernese Blues

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