Sunday, 31 January 2010

The Krankies - The Two Sides of the Krankies




Here's a chance to sample the live act produced by this Tough couple, The Krankies! Best known as Crackerjack regulars,(Crackerjack!)some of this stuff most certainly wouldn't have made it to our screens - for it's a bit rude! And probably a good picture of a comedy routine in 1976..

We get live versions of 'Sonny Boy' and 'Where's Me Mam?' on the A side as well as the live act, and the B side consists of traditional Scottish tunes by the sound of it, which are enjoyable enough. No bagpipes.

See here for It's Fan-Dabi-Dozi, another album they did, and here for a fine Crackerjack performance!(Crackerjack!)

The Krankies - The Two Sides of the Krankies 82Mb

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5 comments:

  1. That's scary - before I woke up today I actually dreamt about that Jimmy Krankie woman doing pornographic things with herself! :-/

    Cheers for this, by the way! ;)

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  2. Those young boys all have their fantasies - Jimmy Krankie's able to fulfil them by just looking down his shorts! Lucky bugger!

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  3. Just looking at the cover gives me the creeps. Please don't make me listen to it!

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  4. Thank you for your tireless and laudable efforts to save these invaluable cultural artifacts from extinction. How DO you find the time?

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  5. Any chance of posting a new link for this, or sending me a link? Thanks
    jimgweb@gmail.com

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