Title: There's Another One Behind / Shame And Scandal In The Family
Style: Parody, Calypso
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English comedy actor Lance often appeared on TV singing his beloved calypso songs - this was his best known. Originally heard in the 1943 movie 'Walked With A Zombie' sung by Sir Lancelot. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
In 1965, the British comedy actor, Lance Percival, reached number 37 in the UK Singles Chart with his cover version, under the expanded title of "Shame and Scandal in the Family". In the mid 1960s, Jamaica's Kingston Hilton Hotel resident mento band, The Hiltonaires, also recorded it as "Shame and Scandal". In 1965, a ska cover version was recorded in Jamaica by Peter Tosh and The Wailers on vocals, backed by the Skatalites and released on the Studio One label. In 2003, David Lindley and Wally Ingram recorded a version of "Shame and Scandal" on their album "Twango Bango III". Lindley had previously performed the song a few times in the 80s with his band El Rayo-X. There are known versions by Trini Lopez, De Maskers, King Bravo with Baba Brooks & his band, Bobby Aitken and Blue Beat, Odetta, Freddie McGregor, Laurel Aitken.
A. There's Another One Behind. Written-By – Rudge, Dicks. B. Shame And Scandal In The Family. Written-By – Donaldson, Brown.
In Trinidad there was a family With much confusion as you will see It was a mama and a papa and a boy who was grown He wanted to marry, have a wife of his own Found a young girl that suited him nice Went to his papa to ask his advice His papa said: "Son, I have to say no, This girl. is your sister, but your mama don't know". Oh, woe is me Shame and scandal in the family Oh, woe is me Shame and scandal in the family
Lance Percival - 1965 Sacha Distel - 1965 Les Surfs - 1965 Shawn Elliot - 1965 The Stylistics - 1977 Also recorded by: Trini Lopez; The Kingston Trio; Lee Curtis; Peter Tosh; De Maskers; Sir Lancelot; Dr. Ring Ding; The Blues Busters; Johnny Chester; Danny Taylor; Rob Rio. Woe is me Shame and scandal in the family Woe is me Shame and scandal in the family
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for SHAME AND SCANDAl in the family (german/ bavarian style). Wau Wau (Shame & Scandal in the Family) - Lord Melody 1962.
Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Victor Edward Pinard) Shame & Scandal versuri: Woe is me, shame and scandal in the family, Hey, woe is me, shame and. In Trinidad there was a family. With much confusion as you will see. There was a mama and a papa and a boy who was grown. Hey, woe is me, shame and scandal in the family. Now, he went to his mama and covered his head. He told his mama what his papa had said. His mama, she laughed, she said, "Go man, go. Your daddy ain't your daddy but your daddy don't know". Hey, worries, it worries me, shame and scandal in the family. Hey, hey, woe is me, shame and scandal in the family. Hey, hey, hey, woe is me, shame and scandal in the family
I suspect all genealogists can sympathize with this young man’s problem! Shame and Scandal in the Family is a song written by calypso singer Sir Lancelot. It was later recorded by folksingers Odetta and Burl Ives and later still by Trini Lopez and by Trinidadian calypsonian Lord Melody. In 1964, The Kingston Trio included a live performance of the song. The lyrics varied slightly in the various versions.
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|A||There's Another One Behind
Written-By – Rudge*, Dicks*
|B||Shame And Scandal In The Family
Written-By – Donaldson*, Brown*
- Published By – Duchess Music
- Published By – Essex Music
- Directed By – Johnnie Spence
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 7XCE 18304
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 7XCE 18305
- Rights Society: BIEM/NCB
- Rights Society: Mecolico
|R 5335||Lance Percival||There's Another One Behind / Shame And Scandal In The Family (7", Single)||Parlophone||R 5335||UK||1965|
|45-DPY 691||Lance Percival||There's Another One Behind / Shame And Scandal In The Family (7", Single)||Parlophone||45-DPY 691||Finland||1965|