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An Evening of Army Reminiscences


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Song, Story and Chorus arranged for Broadcasting by Percy Merriman, and Presented by The Roosters Concert Party.
Assisted by The Wireless Orchestra, conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr.

A. - Blighty
1. Reveille - Physical Jerks and Cookhouse.
2. "Fall In!" The Sergeant-Major has his Innings. Song, "The Company Sergeant-Major" (Sanderson).
3. A Route March. Songs on the Road, "Tipperary," "Farmer's Boy," "John Brown's Knapsack," "Poor Old Joe," etc.
4. Kit Inspection - An Original "Roosters" Burlesque.
5. Rest Time. A few Army Jokes and a Glossary of Army Slang.
6. In a Y.M.O.A. Tent - A Typical Concert.
7. "Last Post " and "Lights Out."

B. - Active Service
1. France - Scenes from the Trenches.
2. The Italian Front.
3. The Eastern Campaign.
4. A "Roosters" Sketch - "Sick Parade."
5. Letters Up.
6. Blighty Again.


Song, story and chorus arranged for broadcasting by: Percy Merriman
Performers: The Roosters Concert Party
Musicians: The Wireless Orchestra
Conductor: Dan Godfrey, Junr.

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