Grumpy old fart!!!

"If you talk to God you're religious. If God talks to you, you're psychotic."

Marie Lloyd (Rotary 1601 H)

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Marie Lloyd Ogden’s Guinea Gold Cigarettes (New Series 1, B151)

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Marie Lloyd – 1890

Twenty year old Marie Lloyd in 1890

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Marie Lloyd (J. Beagles 452 G) 1907

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Daisy Lloyd Wood (Grosvenor Series W.H.S & S.B No 100) – 1909

 

Daisy Violet Rose Wood (15th September 1877 – 19th October 1961),

she was an English music hall singer, the fifth of nine children and sister to Marie Lloyd.

 Here in Aladdin Pantomime, Prince’s Theatre Bristol – 1909

 

Sidney Higgins wrote a very interesting piece about Daisy Wood, well worth reading.

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Marie Lloyd Song Album – 1954

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The Lloyd Family (Rotary 1838 A) c1900

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Marie Lloyd – That was a bloomer – 1896

 

Sheet music cover for ‘That Was A Bloomer’ as sung by Marie Lloyd, written by Harry Castling and composed by George Le Brunn. Published in London by Francis, Day & Hunter and in New York by T. B. Harms & Co., 1896.

Before the use of gramophones and radio became widespread, the music sheet was the mainstay of the music industry. The explosion in popularity of parlour music in the late 19th century, with a piano becoming a fixture in the home, led to the printing of famous songs from the music hall stage. This music sheet is one of many that were issued with the words and music of songs performed by the music hall star Marie Lloyd.

Marie Lloyd (1870-1922) had a career spanning 40 years. She first appeared at the Eagle Tavern in London aged 15 as Bella Delmare, singing ‘My Soldier Laddie’. By 1885 she had become Marie Lloyd with her hit song ‘The Boy I Love is Up in the Gallery’. She was a huge success and topped the bill at the West End music halls. Her songs were full of innuendo and double meaning. ‘She’d never had her ticket punched before’ and ‘Oh Mr Porter what shall I do?’ appeared innocent on first reading but took on a very saucy interpretation when performed by Miss Lloyd.

V&A

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Marie Lloyd as Tricky Little Trilby – The Sketch – 25th December 1895

 

Marie Lloyd – The Sketch – Wednesday 25th December 1895

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Marie Lloyd – The Sketch – Wednesday 25th December 1895

Marie Lloyd – The Sketch – Wednesday 25th December 1895

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