"Hello! Ma Baby" has been used in several films, was sung by the cast of the Broadway review Tintypes
in 1980, and has been recorded by numerous artists but - surprisingly - the recording which stands head and shoulders above all others was made by Ivor Biggun. "Doc" is best known for ditties of an entirely different type, which even in the 21st Century can't be played on the radio. In 1978, Biggun added some extra verses and teamed up with Miss Amelia Blowhard (oh boy) to record it as "Hello My Baby" on the Beggars Banquet label with some delightful vocal interplay.
It was played several times on BBC Radio, until somebody turned it over and realised the A Side was "I've Parted
" (a typical Biggun misprint).
Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2