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Winchester Cathedral


Download links and information about Winchester Cathedral by The New Vaudeville Band. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 01:09:56 minutes.

Artist: The New Vaudeville Band
Release date: 1966
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 29
Duration: 01:09:56
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No. Title Length
1. Whatever Happened to Phyllis Puke 2:58
2. A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square 2:56
3. I Can’t Go Wrong 2:10
4. That’s All for Now Sugar Baby 1:55
5. There’s a Kind of Hush 2:38
6. Tap Your Feet 1:47
7. Whispering 2:50
8. Your Love Ain’t What It Used to Be 2:06
9. Lili Marlene 2:35
10. Oh Donna Clara 1:50
11. Diana Goodbye 2:14
12. Winchester Cathedral 2:27
13. Finchley Central 2:55
14. Shine On Harvest Moon 1:57
15. Peek a Boo 2:23
16. Shirl 2:35
17. I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now 2:43
18. Sadie Moonshine 2:05
19. So Tired 2:27
20. If I Had a Talking Picture of You 2:23
21. Reflections 2:23
22. Rosie 2:22
23. Waiting for Wendy 2:16
24. I Was Lord Kitcheners Valet 2:17
25. Amy 2:19
26. Green Street Green 3:07
27. Holiday Inn 2:28
28. Lovely Women 2:51
29. Ivy Osborne 1:59



Collectables has compiled an adequate collection of songs by this novelty vaudeville jazz outfit that surfaced for a short chart run in the mid-'60s. Although limited in range and at times far too obvious, at their best the New Vaudeville Band delivered a whimsical, sometimes clever take on original and imitation tunes of the 1920s and 1930s. Their hits are here (including the title track, its witty clone "Finchley Central," and the catchy "Peek-a-Boo," along with some of the better album tracks) — as well as some real clunkers. The hits are the best songs here, and the uptempo ukulele-led "Sadie Moonshine" and playfully risqué "That's All for Now Sugar Baby" add some depth to the collection. Fans would have been better served if more tuneful and humorous album tracks had been selected rather than the unfortunate "14 Lovely Women" or the tepid likes of "Holiday Inn" and "Green Street Green" (both performed better on Herman's Hermits albums, incidentally). Another flaw is the lack of recording information and even songwriting credits in the liner notes. Still, this is more than enough New Vaudeville Band for most people, while devoted fans and the curious will be rewarded by supplementing these compact disc versions with the albums in order to get a more flavorful taste of this often entertaining group.