TIT-WILLOW

Latest update on 15/07/2010

Artist: George Thorne
Author: William Gilbert/Arthur Sullivan
Label: HMV/Arabesque
Year: 1885

Ko-Ko in the Gilbert & Sullivan musical comedy The Mikado, along with the D'Oyly Carte opera cast assembled by Gilbert & Sullivan producer Rupert D'Oyly Carte.

Covers:

1890s:

Emile Berliner [one of his first successful attempts to record human voice comprehensively]

1919:

Henry Lytton

1932:

Bing Crosby [as Where The Blues Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) in his first film The Big Broadcast Of 1932 and his radio themesong]

1950s:

Groucho Marx [as the Ko-Ko in a CBS Television version of The Mikado]

1958:

Peter Pratt

1986:

Eric Idle [in the English National Opera cast]

2006:

Bob Dylan [melody of When The Deal Goes Down]

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