Johnny Dallas ‎– Sings [AMX 5006] Hand Signed – Used Vinyl, 7″ 33 1/3 RPM (1972/75) rare!

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Elenco tracce
A1 The Big Bamboo
A2 My Way
B Round Britain Medley

Accrediti
Drums – Ken Bower (2)
Producer – Alan Martin (4)

Società
Sarnia Records ‎– AMX 5006

Anno
1972/75

Johnny Dallas, real name Derek King, 18 May 1929 – 11 November 2009
Born Derek King, Johnny started his career at the age of 13. He initially went under the name Peter Ross at Leicester’s old Theatre Royal in Horsefair Street, in the 1950s. In 2006, he was named as one of the theatre world’s all-time top five panto dames by the journal of the British Music Hall Society. Despite poor health he was still starring in shows until a few months before his death. He ran a talent agency he set up in the 1970s to give young performers a showbusiness break. He was a stickler for theatrical tradition and a showman to the end. He died in his sleep at the age of 80 at his Glenfield home on November 11, 2009. Typical of the humour and showmanship that won him legions of fans up and down the country, he left instructions that show tune There’s No Business Like Showbusiness and his own version of Frank Sinatra’s My Way be played at the chapel. During a career spanning 65 years, Johnny, who was born in Leicester and grew up in Evington, appeared on stage and screen alongside such stars as Bruce Forsyth, June Whitfield, Billy Dainty and Max Wall. He starred in numerous TV shows and a feature film in 2002, but it was his work in panto for which he was most renowned. His favourite part was Dame Trot in Jack and the Beanstalk

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Peso 0.450 kg
Dimensioni 20 × 20 × 2 cm

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