11 Tracks:
Selection One : Kiss Me Goodnight, Sergeant Major / The Army, The Navy And The Air Force / Hello Ol' What's 'Er Name / Mairzy Doats And Dozy Doats / Colonel Bogey / Roll Out The Barrel * Selection Two: The White Cliffs Of Dover / We'll Meet Again / A Pound Of Pimples / The Road To Mandalay / Cover It Over Quick Jemima * Selection Three: I'm Just A Vagabond Lover / A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square / Sailor / The River Of No Return / The Bridges Of Paris * Selection Four: Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye / Hey Little Hen / Lili Marleen / Hang Out The Washing / Nursie / Bless 'Em All * Selection Five: I’ve Got Sixpence / Run Rabbit Run / This Is The Army Mr Jones / There’ll Always Be An England * Selection Six: If A Grey Haired Lady Says How's Ya Father / The Sheik Of Araby / Apple Blossom Time / Auntie Maggie's Remedy / When I'm Cleaning Windows * Selection Seven: Slow Boat To China / About A Quarter To Nine / In A Little Gypsy Tea Room / Far Away Places * Selection Eight: Whispering Grass / My Old Man / Tumble-Down Cottage Of Dreams / Its A Long Way To Tipperary / Pack Up You Troubles In Your Old Kit-Bag * Selection Nine: Why Don't Women Like Me / I'm An Airman / Knees Up Mother Brown / Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree / Enjoy Yourself * Selection Ten: Take Me Back To Old Blighty / When Your Old Wedding Ring Was New / I See The Moon / All By Yourself In The Moonlight * Selection Eleven: Good-Byee / Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You) / Side By Side / Keep The Home-Fires Burning / Land Of Hope And Glory.

Steve Travis reflects on the songs that motivated troops and lifted spirits of loved ones left behind during the two World Wars.

A 54 song selection of music hall singalongs, ballads, patriotic and humourous songs.

Steve Travis, one of England's top country solo artists is well known, established traditional country music performer.

Billed as the "King Of Singalong" due to the success of his very popular singalong albums.

Steve has performed at different clubs and theatres for around 40 years and in the 1970s, as a pop singer in "The Mighty Plod".

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