|A1||A Transport Of Delight|
|A2||Song Of Reproduction|
|A3||The Gnu Song|
|A4||Design For Living|
|A5||Je Suis Le Tenebreux|
|A6||Songs For Our Time|
|B1||A Song For The Weather|
|B2||The Reluctant Cannibal|
|B6||The Hippopotamus Song|
|C1||The Gas-Man Cometh|
|C4||In The Desert|
|C6||First And Second Law|
|D7||A Song Of Patriotic Prejudice|
In 1963, Flanders and Swann opened in a second revue, At the Drop of Another Hat, at the Haymarket Theatre. Over the next four years they toured a combination of the two shows in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the United States and Canada, before finishing at the Booth Theatre on Broadway. On 9 April 1967, they performed their last live show together.
Album At the Drop of Another Hat. A Song of Patriotic Prejudice Lyrics. You know it's a curious thing, I don't know if you've ever thought of this, but England hasn't really got a national song. I mean, you know, just for England; there's plenty for Great Britain, but that's quite different. The English, the English, the English are best I wouldn't give tuppence for all of the rest
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Free download and listen At The Drop Of Ha. Donald Swann, Michael Flanders, Michael Flanders and Donald Swann. Style: pop. Album year: 2011. Tracks count: 20. Views: 2. Donald Swann, Michael Flanders - A Song of the Weather (From 'At The Drop of A Hat', Fortune Theatre, 1957) 01:52. Donald Swann, Michael Flanders - Madeira, M'Dear? (From 'At The Drop of A Hat', Fortune Theatre, 1957) 05:42.
by Flanders & Swann. Album: At The Drop Of Another Hat (1964). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Although they made studio recordings, Flanders & Swann were essentially a live act, and this song, which was recorded at the Haymarket Theatre, London, in 1963, had them rolling in the aisles. As usual it was just Donald Swann on piano with Michael Flanders sharing the vocals, and the audience roaring with laughter. The Gasman Cometh" satirizes the stereotypical British tradesman
In 1963, Flanders and Swann opened in a second revue, At the Drop of Another Hat, at the Haymarket Theatre. The Gasman Cometh" satirizes the stereotypical British tradesman