I have developed
something of a fascination for music from the
1920s, the 1930s, and to a more limited extent
the 1940s. I am not so much interested in finding
original acetate or vinyl, but prefer to seek out
the excellent CD compilations that are now
available. These come and go quite quickly, so
it's necessary to acquire copies while the
This section of
SterlingTimes is divided broadly into two:
SterlingMusic covering vintage records and modern
groups keen on reproductions, and Children's
Music. I will keep the index below updated. It
will take me until the end of February 2001 to
complete the pages for the site.
Music 1 - Introduction and Index - this page.
Music 2 - English Country Garden - wonderful
English songs - the very best!
Music 3 - 49 Golden Treasures - early recorded
music including, "The man who broke the bank
at Monte Carlo" with Charles Coborn.
Music 4 - "Laugh, laugh, laugh!" - An
Anthology of American Comdey including, "The
Pig got up and slowly walked away".
Music 5 - Casablanca Steps - Crazy Words, Crazy
Music 6 - There'll always be an England.
Music 7- I am the naughty Lola - Marlene
Music 8- Tiny Tim - Tiptoe Through the Tulips.
Music 8a - Animal Crakers in my soup
Music 9 - "Home in Pasadena"
Music 10 - By Jingo It's British Rubbish
Music 11 - Pennies from Heaven
Music 12 - The Wibbly Wobbly Walk
Music 13 - The Charleston Era
Music 14 - Sing a Song of England - Flotsam and
Music 15 - Laurel and Hardy
Music 16 - Fiddle Faddle
Music 17 - Sing a Song of England
Music 18 - The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Cornology
Music 19 - The Golden Years
Music 20 - Lili Marlene
Music 21 - We'll Still Sing Rule Britannia by
Dave the Plumber
Children Everywhere - Classic Children's Records
Children's Record Sources - Classic Children's
Radio and Television Theme Tunes
Sterling Music 2