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Assorted Artists - Sing It Again No. 2 mp3 track

MP3 1610 mb. | FLAC 1559 mb. | WMA 1905 mb.

Performer: Various
Title: Sing It Again No. 2
Country: Australia
Released: 1963
Category: Pop / World, Folk, Country / Screen, stage
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: MP1 VOC MPC XM AC3 WAV MIDI


A1 Sing It Again
A2 King Of Dixieland
A3 Button Up Your Overcoat
A4 Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
A5 People Will Say We're In Love
A6 I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
A7 Bluebells Of Broadway
A8 Glad Rag Doll
A9 'A' You're Adorable
A10 Never Hit Your Grandma With A Shovel
A11 Makin' Whoopee
A12 Birth Of The Blues
A13 Take A Letter Miss Smith
A14 Luna Rossa
A15 Let's Do It
A16 I Cain't Say No
A17 Make 'Em Laugh
A18 Happy Days Are Here Again
B1 Down At The Old Bull And Bush
B2 I'll Be Your Sweetheart
B3 Daisy Bell
B4 When You And I Were Seventeen
B5 Cruising Down The River
B6 My Good Old Man
B7 High Society
B8 Stop Yer Tickling Jock
B9 Ol' Man River
B10 Falling In Love With Love
B11 I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
B12 Rock And Roll
B13 Row Row Row
B14 On Ilkla Moor
B15 Spring Spring Spring
B16 You
B17 There Once Was A Man
B18 'Arry Went To 'Ampstead
B19 Toot Toot Tootsie
B20 Knees Up Mother Brown
B21 Sing At Again

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – World Record International


  • Compiled By – Johnnie Stewart
  • Performer – Benny Lee, Franklyn Boyd, Harold Smart, Jean Campbell, Julie Dawn, June Marlow, Roy Edwards, The Steve Race Four
  • Presenter – Ivor Raymonde


Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Mono and stereo versions have same number on back of sleeve (PE 738) - the mono version is on a beige 'strobe' label, while the stereo has "SPLE-738" on green 'strobe' label. The stereo was issued with a large "S" sticker on the front of the sleeve.

Issued as a 'dividend' release, offered at a low price (15 shillings, instead of the regular 35) for club members who had bought one LP or more in the previous 12 months. Available until well into 1965 - may have gone through address changes (Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane) on the sleeve in that time.

Tracks are unbanded.

World Record International:
330 Flinders Lane Melbourne
134 Castlereagh St Sydney
260 Adelaide St Brisbane
62 Pulteney St Adelaide
Barnett's Buildings Council Ave Perth

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPE-738, PE/738 Various Sing It Again No. 2 ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club SPE-738, PE/738 Australia 1963

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