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Pauline Melville, Jim Barclay, Tony Allen , Andy De La Tour - Alternative Cabaret mp3


Performer: Pauline Melville, Jim Barclay, Tony Allen , Andy De La Tour
Genre: Non music / Stage & Screen
Title: Alternative Cabaret
Country: UK
Released: 1981
Style: Comedy
Label: Original Records
Catalog Number: ORA 007
MP3 version ZIP size: 1829 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 301

Tracklist

1Pauline Melville
2Jim Barclay
3Pauline Melville (As Eydie)
4Andy De La Tour
5Tony Allen

Credits

  • DesignCooke Key
  • Executive-ProducerDon Mousseau, Laurence Aston
  • Mixed By, Edited ByRob Briancourt
  • Photography ByJohn Paul Gregory
  • ProducerMartin Bergman

Notes

Alternative Cabaret is a collective of radical stand-up comedians who have banded together to present non-racist, non-sexist, entertainment which undoubtedly will precipitate the downfall of capitalism and bring an end to injustice and tyranny wherever it rears its ugly head.

Jim, Tony and Andy were recorded at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge, and Pauline was recorded at The Greyhound, Fulham, and at The University of London Students' Union.

Companies

  • Distributed By – RCA

Album

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