As The Hours, And The Days, And The Weeks, And The Months, And The Years Roll By

Album: Golden Greats (1933)
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  • In a short review on page 106 of the August 1933 issue of The GRAMOPHONE, Formby is said to be "mildly amusing" with this song which has a "stupendous" title; the latter is self-evident, and it is indeed mildly amusing, but slightly more attention was paid to its "naughty" A Side, "With My Little Ukulele In My Hand".
    According to the George Formby Society's on-line discography, he recorded it July 1, 1933 on the Decca label, and unlike the A Side it did not have to be reissued! >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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