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8 thoughts to “ The Dinghy Song - Ruth Wallis - Saucy Hit Parade (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Ruth Wallis On The Party Line Original Rare Red Vinyl Lp Record May 23, Ruth Wallis: Saucy Hit Parade: WLP Wallis Original Record Corp. LP: US: Ruth Wallis: Ruth Wallis: The Dinghy Song/ Down In The Indies/ Tonight You Sleep In The Bathtub/ Pull Down The Shade, Marie.
  2. This is a reissue of Ruth Wallis - Saucy Hit Parade WLP 11 back cover reads: KING About Ruth Wallis In all of my many years as a Radio-TV producer, talent agent and talent buyer, I have never come across any performer more gifted than Ruth Wallis. I have found her versatility as a comedienne, singer, writer to be unmatched.4/5(1).
  3. This Saucy Hit Parade is a live album, and not a reissue of the Wallis Original LP by the same name (which is itself a reissue of two earlier 10” LPs). Among the songs are several from her earliest LPs as well as some probably not on any LP. She gives anecdotes, titters hoarsely, interjects, ad-libs, and even adopts a Gabor or Dietrich accent for "Bring the Boys to the House," and the.
  4. All the lyrics and translations to the album Boobs: Ruth Wallis' Greatest Hits by Ruth Wallis. Type song title, artist or lyrics. The Dinghy Song. Freddie the Fisherman's Son. Hawaiian Lei Song. The Risqué Repertoire of Ruth Wallis The World According to Ruth Wallis! Ruth Wallis on the Party Line / Saucy Hit.
  5. 12" VINYL LP. "For Sophisticates Only" Written and Sung by Ruth Wallis, WLP 13 Ruth Wallis: Saucy Hit Parade: WLP Wallis Original Record Corp. LP,,, US: Ruth Wallis: Old Party Favorites: W2-LP: Ruth Wallis: The Dinghy Song/ Down In The Indies/ Tonight You Sleep In The Bathtub/ Pull Down The Shade, Marie: W3-EP: Wallis Original.
  6. Ruth Wallis, the "Saucy Chantoosey" Brooklyn, NY native Ruth Wallis was called "the high priestess of the double entendre" and "Queen of the wicked ditties." The first novelty record by the quintessential singer of risqué songs was released in , and she continued to .
  7. Ruth Wallis (5 January – 22 December ) was a novelty cabaret singer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Wallis began her career singing jazz and cabaret standards, but gained fame in the s and s for her risqué, satirical songs, rife with double entendre that she wrote herself.
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