Beatrice Lillie  Cyril Richard  Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear
Children's, Blues
Label: Caedmon Records ‎– TCE 104
Series: Caedmon Literary Series – , Children's Series –
Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP
Country: UK
Date of released: 1957
Category: Non-Music, Stage & Screen
Style: Spoken Word, Poetry
Genre: Children's, Blues
Musician: Beatrice Lillie
Album's name: Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear
ZIP archive size: 1912

Beatrice Lillie Cyril Richard Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear


Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 How Pleasant To Know Mr. Lear
Read By – Holloway*
A2 There Was A Young Person Of Smyrna
Read By – Lillie*
A3 There Was An Old Man Who Said "Hush!"
Read By – Ritchard*
A4 There Was An Old Person Of Sark
Read By – Holloway*
A5 The Old Two Batchelors
Read By – Ritchard*
A6 There Was A Young Lady Whose Bonnet
Read By – Lillie*
A7 There Was A Young Lady Whose Chin
Read By – Holloway*
A8 There Was An Old Man With A Gong
Read By – Ritchard*
A9 There Was An Old Man Of Whitehaven
Read By – Lillie*
A10 There Was An Old Man In A Tree
Read By – Ritchard*
B1 The Pobble Who Has No Toes
Read By – Holloway*
B2 There Was A Young Lady Of Parma
Read By – Lillie*
B3 There Was An Old Man Of The Nile
Read By – Ritchard*
B4 There Was An Old Man Who Said "Well!"
Read By – Holloway*
B5 There Was An Old Person Of Crowle
Read By – Lillie*
B6 Mr. And Mrs. Discobbolos
Read By – Lillie*, Ritchard*
B7 The Duck And The Kangaroo
Read By – Holloway*
B8 There Was An Old Person Of Dutton
Read By – Ritchard*
B9 There Was An Old Man On Some Rocks
Read By – Lillie*
B10 There Was An Old Man Of Dunluce
Read By – Holloway*

Credits

  • Directed By – Howard O. Sackler*

Notes

Laminated flipback picture sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TCE▽104▽A▽1//420
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TCE▽104▽B▽1//420