Herbi Hardt And His Jovial Jesters - 16 Old Ladies Locked In The Lavatory, Parts 1 & 2 / Over The Hill / Who Will Pay The Bill FLAC album
This song, which appears in several versions, is a parody of the traditional English nursery rhyme, "Oh, Dear, What Can the Matter Be?" It probably also.
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This album was released on the label Herbi Hardt Recordings (catalog number Unnumbered). This album was released in 1949 year. Download mp3. Length of track. A. 16 Old Ladies Locked In The Lavatory, Part . .
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A jester, court jester, or fool, was historically an entertainer during the medieval and Renaissance eras who was a member of the household of a nobleman or a monarch employed to entertain him and his guests. A jester was also an itinerant performer who entertained common folk at fairs and markets. Jesters are also modern-day entertainers who resemble their historical counterparts.
Budapest is divided into two parts: Buda and Pest. 8. Yuri Dolgoruki founded Moscow in 1147. 9. Moscow University was founded by Lomonosov. 10. We call Zhukovski the father of Russian aviation. 4. In his childhood Tom used to be beaten with a stick. Molly’s bedroom wall was covered with posters. The house was surrounded with flowerbeds.
The driver, Who had heard everything the ladies had said, answered, 'Oh, just drop the ashes on the carpet-I have a servant who comes in and cleans three days in the week! 8) Nasreddin put two big baskets of grapes on his donkey and went to market. At midday it was very hot, so he stopped in the shade of a big tree. And he took his ladder and climbed over the wall again. 10) Nasreddin woke up in the middle of the night and saw something white in his garden. It seemed to be moving towards the house. The next morning Nasreddin went out and saw one of his white shirts hanging on the clothes-line in the garden. His wife had washed it the day before and hung it out to dry. Now it had a bullet-hole right through the middle of it.
Two men were following Tom. 49. Millions of people use the Internet every day. 50. They gave Bob a CD player for his birthday. 51. The prime minister will give a medal to the winners. 52. She is telling the children a story. 1. They sell oysters in the shop next door: The oysters are selled by them in the shop next door. 2. They haven’t delivered the food yet: The food has not been delivered by them yet. 3. Shakespeare wrote King Lear: King Lear was written by Shakespeare.
There were seven or eight of us in the line, waiting to pay the cashier for our lunches. We were all in a hurry because that’s the way of the American business-day lunch. At the front of the line there was a pretty woman with a small boy of about eight. He was a cute little fellow wearing black jeans, white sneakers and a blue pullover sweater.
|A1||16 Old Ladies Locked In The Lavatory, Part 1|
|A2||16 Old Ladies Locked In The Lavatory, Part 2|
|B1||Over The Hill|
|B2||Who Will Pay The Bill|
NotesThe labels on both sides of this record contain a typo: the name reads as Herbi Harut, but it should read Herbi Hardt.
This acetate contains the parts 1 & 2 of the song "16 Old Ladies Locked In The Lavatory" as available on the original 78rpm release, which is known as a party record, recorded at the Universal Broadcasting Studios, ca. 1949. The acetate features two more tracks: "Over The Hill" and "Who Will Pay The Bill".
Detailed information about the above mentioned Herbi Hardt releases can be found here. It is not known if this acetate is a test pressing or a bootleg.
Information online is limited, but recordings like this were considered adult or "naughty" records and were often sold from under the counter and were also bootlegged from time to time. More information about that subject can be found here.