The New Vaudeville Band

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This parodic ensemble initially comprised studio musicians gathered to record a Geoff Stephens (1 October 1934, London, England) composition, ‘Winchester Cathedral’, a tale of lost love in deepest Hampshire, England, sung in the style of a Bertie Wooster character complete with megaphone vocals. Stephens could not sing and therefore his place was taken by songwriter John Carter. Carter and Stephens worked together on numerous catchy pop songs in the 60s, including the magnificent... Read more

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60s
oldies
pop
rock
nostalgia
british
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