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George Formby - When I'm Cleaning Windows / Keep Your Seats Please album download

Performer:

George Formby

Title:

When I'm Cleaning Windows / Keep Your Seats Please

Genre:

Pop / Stage

MP3 album size:

1855 mb

Other music formats:

VQF AA MP4 DTS MP1 AC3 AIFF

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Vocal

Country:

Australia

Date of release:

1936

George Formby - When I'm Cleaning Windows / Keep Your Seats Please album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A When I'm Cleaning Windows
Written-By – Cliffe*, Formby*, Gifford*
B Keep Your Seats Please
Written-By – Cliffe*, Formby*, Gifford*

Notes

Comedian With His Ukulele and Orchestra

Both titles from Associated Distributors Film "Keep Your Seats Please"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CAR 4186-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CAR 4188-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
G23007 George Formby The Window Cleaner / Keep Your Seats Please ‎(Shellac, 10") Regal Zonophone G23007 Australia 1936
MR.2199 George Formby When I'm Cleaning Windows / Keep Your Seats Please ‎(Shellac, 10") Regal Zonophone MR.2199 UK 1936



When I'm Cleaning Windows" is a comedy song performed by Lancastrian comic, actor and ukulele player George Formby. It first appeared in the 1936 film Keep Your Seats, Please. Formby performed the song in A♭ in Keep Your Seats, Please

Keep Your Seats, Please is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring George Formby, Florence Desmond and Alastair Sim. It marked the film debut of the child star Binkie Stuart. The film was made by Associated Talking Pictures. The film follows a farcical plot based on the Russian satirical novel The Twelve Chairs by Ilya Ilf and Yevgeni Petrov. The film features Formby's signature tune, "When I'm Cleaning Windows".

Album: Golden Greats (1936). According to The George Formby Society, this song - also known as "The Window Cleaner" - was recorded September 27, 1936 on the Regal Zonophone label and (an extract) was recorded the same day on Columbia. And no, unlike Van Morrison, Formby never did work as a window cleaner. Lyrics to When I'm Cleaning Windows.

The chambermaids' sweet names I call It's a wonder I don't fall My mind's not on my work at all When I'm cleanin' windows. I know a fella, such a swell He has a thirst, that's plain to tell I've seen him drink his bath as well When I'm cleanin' windows. Oh, in my profession I'll work hard Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim.

The Window Cleaner (also known as When I’m Cleaning Windows ) is a comedy song performed by Lancastrian comic, actor and ukulele player George Formby. It first appeared in the 1936 film Keep Your Seats Please. The song was so successful that George Formby recorded another version of the song entitled The Window Cleaner (No. 2). This song uses similar orchestration to the original version and it is about further things which were seen on a window cleaning round

When I'm Cleaning Windows. For the 1968 British film, see The Window Cleaner (film). The Window Cleaner" (also known as "When I'm Cleaning Windows") is a comedy song performed by Lancastrian comic, actor and ukulele player George Formby. Formby performed the song in Ab in Keep Your Seats, Please

writer:Fred Cliff, Harry Gifford and George Formby.

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