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The Goons - Volume 31 "The Starlings" FLAC album

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Starlings were an English alternative rock band, formed in 1989, utilizing as the main project for New Zealand-born singer/guitarist Chris Sheehan. The group was dissolved by Sheehan around the release of their last EP. Sheehan went on to record two LPs under the name Starlings as the only member and producer/engineer. Chris Sheehan (26 June 1965 - 18 December 2014) was born in Palmerston North.

Volume 14 (2018) includes all of the remaining Series 4 episodes, including those from the 2010 set. The special episodes "Archie in Goonland" (1954) (a crossover with Educating Archie) and "The Missing Christmas Parcel - Post Early for Christmas" (1955) (a 15-minute insert in Children's Hour) are also believed lost. Surviving episodes  . The 25th CD set, as well as the first of a new series of Goon Show Compendiums (which contains the first 13 episodes of series 5), were released on 7 April 2008. TNC 408. 31 August 1954.

The Starlings 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 The Missing Scroll 1-11 1-12 1-13 1-14 1-15 1-16 1-17 1-18 1-19 1-20.

1. The Great Statue Debate. The Scarlett Capsule, The Very Best Of The Goons (Remastered). The Very Best Of Comedy Radio (Remastered). Listen to The Best of the Goon Shows: The Great Statue Debate, The Starlings now. Listen to The Best of the Goon Shows: The Great Statue Debate, The Starlings in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

The Goon Show, Volume 23. The Collapse of the British Railway Sandwich System. Narrated by: The Goons. Length: 2 hrs and 1 min. Original Recording. The episodes included are: "The Starlings" - Series 4 Special (31 August 1954). The Missing Scroll" - Series 5, Episode 19 (1 February 1955). Nineteen Eighty-Five" - Series 5. Episode 20 (8 February 1955). The Man Who Won the War (AKA Seagoon MCC)" - Series 6, Episode 1 (20 September 1955).

The Goon Show: Volume 32. Four episodes of the classic BBC radio comedy. Narrated by: Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan. The episodes in this volume are 'Forog' (series 5, programme 13), 'The Six Ingots of Leadenhall Street' (series 5, programme 23), 'The Tale of Men's Shirts' (series 10, programme 2), and 'The Scarlet Capsule' (series 9, programme 14). Written by Spike Milligan and Eric Sykes. The Goon Show: Volume 33. By: Spike Milligan, Larry Stephens. Narrated by: Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe. The Goon Show, Volume 17. The Silent Bugler. Length: 2 hrs.

The Great Bank Robbery.

The Starlings were a nom de studio for singer and t Chris Sheehan, a New Zealand native who released two albums under this name in the early '90s as but one stop on a surprisingly varied musical journey. Sheehan was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1965 and taught himself guitar as a teenager. Sheehan moved from Los Angeles to London in 1987 and began recording one-man-band records under the Starlings name two years later. After a promising first EP, Letters From Heaven, released through the Rough Trade label in 1990 (which gained some indie chart notoriety for a ripping cover of the Byrds' classic "Wasn't Born to Follow"), Sheehan signed to Anxious Records, the vanity label founded by ex-Eurythmics Dave Stewart. Sheehan had become the house engineer at Stewart's studio.

Tracklist

The Starlings
1-1 Untitled
1-2 Untitled
1-3 Untitled
1-4 Untitled
1-5 Untitled
1-6 Untitled
1-7 Untitled
1-8 Untitled
1-9 Untitled
1-10 Untitled
The Missing Scroll
1-11 Untitled
1-12 Untitled
1-13 Untitled
1-14 Untitled
1-15 Untitled
1-16 Untitled
1-17 Untitled
1-18 Untitled
1-19 Untitled
1-20 Untitled
Nineteen Eighty-Five (February 1955 Re-Make)
2-1 Untitled
2-2 Untitled
2-3 Untitled
2-4 Untitled
2-5 Untitled
2-6 Untitled
2-7 Untitled
2-8 Untitled
2-9 Untitled
2-10 Untitled
The Man Who Won The War (AKA, Seagoon MCC)
2-11 Untitled
2-12 Untitled
2-13 Untitled
2-14 Untitled
2-15 Untitled
2-16 Untitled
2-17 Untitled
2-18 Untitled
2-19 Untitled
2-20 Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.

Credits

  • Harmonica – Max Geldray (tracks: 1-11 to 2-20)
  • Producer – Peter Eton
  • Remastered By – Ted Kendall
  • Script By – Eric Sykes (tracks: 1-11 to 2-20), Spike Milligan (tracks: - all)
  • Vocals – Ray Ellington (tracks: 1-11 to 2-20)
  • Voice Actor – Harry Secombe, John Snagge (tracks: 2-1 to 2-10), Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan

Notes

Episodes originally broadcast on:
31 August 1954.
1 February 1955
8 February 1955 -- re-make of the same titled episode from 4 January 1955
20 September 1955

Starting with Volume 25, the label no longer provided a detailed track list.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 781785 290695
  • Other (ISBN above barcode): 978-1-78529-069-5
The Goons - Volume 31 "The Starlings" FLAC album
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