Kenny Everett's World's Worst Wireless Show :: Show #2
Date :: Saturday 13th February 1977
Time :: 15:00 to 16:00 hrs
Station :: Capital Radio 194 (London, UK)
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"You Know What I Mean"
7" on Decca Records (45-F 11450), UK from 1962
A late-era Vernons Girls record written by Peacock. B-side "Lover Please" (credited to "Swan"). Both sides produced by Jack Good with musical direction by Charles Blackwell.
7" on United Artists (XW751), USA from 1975.
No other details known.
"The Big White House"
7" on Decca Records, UK.
"Conquest Of Space"
7" EP "Conquest Of Space" on BriTonE (MK 100 EP) from 1961.
English Narration - possibly by Jack Fisher (unconfirmed).
"My Baby Died"
From the 5-track 7" E.P. "Frantic" (Skydog Records), Holland from 1975.
"Don't Blame Me"
7" E.P. "Six Hit EP" on Rhythm Records (RAJ 1004) from 1964, UK. Artist was uncredited. The track (written by Fields/McHugh) was a top 10 hit for Frank Ifield. This was the label's second EP in this budget series. Musical direction was credited to Chic Applin.
"I Want My Baby Back"
7" on Tollie (T-9039), USA from 1965
Reached #92 in the billboard chart (it was not limited to just one copy as Kenny claimed on the show). B-side was "Play The Other Side" (instrumental version). Both side written by Botkin & Garfield. This classic was unofficially reissued in 1978 in 2 different b&w picture covers (Wanted Records CULT 45-101). Jimmy died in 1978.
"The Puppet Song"
7" on Decca Records (45-F 11317), UK from 1961
Written by Marcucci & De Angelis with accompanyment directed by Ian Fraser. B-Side: "The Valley of Peppermint Springs" (Sheridan & Callander).
"I Know, Know, Know"
7" on Columbia Records (DB 7447), UK from 1965.
Credited to "Beau Brummell Esquire and his Noble Men". B-side was "Shoppin' Around".
"Please Come Home"
7" on Beacon Records (BEA-110), UK from 1969.
This was the B-side of "Lean On Me". Both tracks arranged by Alan Moorhouse and produced by Bill Wellings. "Please Come Home" written by 'Simon'.
"You Don't Know"
7" E.P. "Juke Box Favourites - Vol. 3" on Embassy Records (WEP 1070), UK. Embassy was a record label run exclusively for Woolworths. There were 7 EPs in the series which ran from 1960 to 1964. This track was also issued as a separate 7" on Embassy ("You Don't Know" / "Romeo")
7" E.P. "Besuch bei Zarah Leander" on Elite Special/Austroton Records (45-EPA-1077), Austria/Switzerland.
Wunderbar was written by Cole Porter. Credits on sleeve state: "Das grosse WIENER TANZORCHESTER und das Orchester LARK LOUBE". Label credits: "Ltg.: Erwin Halletz". The tracks featured on the E.P., side 1: 1.1 "Servus" sagt die schöne Stadt der Lieder Langs. 1.2 "Wunderbar". Side 2: Potpourri der beliebtesten Zarah Leander-Lieder (a medly of 7 songs).
"My Carousel"
7" on Capitol Records (CL 15439), USA from 1966
Written by Jim Dale and produced by David Axelrod. B-side "Communication" (written by McCallum and B.Barnum).
Originally released in UK on Decca Records as a 78rpm around the late '30s/early '40s (F 5278). Reissued as a 45 with a similar catalogue number (45-F. 5278) around 1961. The B-side is "Trains (Concluded)" Record was also issued on Decca as a 45rpm single in USA (9-90056).
"The Deal"
7" on Major Minor, UK
B-side: "The Last Goodbye". Also on an LP in the UK "Just A Quiet Conversation" released in 1970 by Starline (MRS 5162, an EMI budget offshoot). Both sides written by Miles, Herston & Prather. Musical direction Nicky Welsh and produced by Tommy Scott.
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