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An auntie used to tell use that if we played with our belly buttons too much are bums would fall off. This was because she didn't like belly buttons and thought it would stop us from playing with them.
I don't think it did much good though. I used to believe that if you unscrewed your belly button, your butt would fall off. Subject: RE: Cosmetheka Material From: Peterr Date: 15 Aug 03 - AM They were great fun, and never pretended to do anything more than sing the songs - ie they weren't into recreating the music hall style.
Since I moved away from Redditch 25 yrs ago I've been singing stuff from their records, which my mates still up in Worcestershire don't, as it was Cosmotheka's home ground.
Incidentally, even when they were touring all over the place Alan said doing Redditch club made them nervous, as everyone knew them personally. Hope you get your info. They brought the songs to life and made them feel relevant as well as fun. Remember the one they found about the Klu Klux Klan, treating them as figures of fun who liked going around dressed up in scary sheets, silly buggers?
I have to take his word for that! I started wondering if Kevin Sheils got anywhere trying to track down that video footage of them at Sidmouth or anywhere else. I noticed on the back of the record - "Cosmotheka" produced by Richard Digance in , and issued by Dambuster as DAM , and there's a warm appreciation of them from Chas and Dave: "We first heard of Cosmotheka four or five years ago, when somebody lent us a tape of them.
We thought it was great and we've been fans of them from that day on. We've since worked with them on gigs and they approach their work with an enthusiasm that's good to see. Another thing we like about them is the way they will burst into song at the slightest excuse. Whether on the plane, in the pub or on the coach. We've had some great sing-ups with these boys. They know a fantastic amount of Music Hall songs and they've got this ability of making every song they sing sound as if it was specially written for them.
They are brilliant to listen to, but it'd be so good to be able to see Al and Dave together once more. There must be something of them on video, somewhere Maybe someone on BBC Four will someday get their head round putting a programme together bringing it all together Type Thuthie into the searh box Fantum.
About 15 years ago he promised to send me some ragtime songs, which my then singing partner and I were very keen on.Check out I Can't Do My Bally Bottom Button Up by Ian Wallace on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on inneselcavirdars.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.co5/5(1).