ADAM STAG PARTY 11 FURTHER OFF LIMITS

£40.00

Unknown Artist,Fax Record Company ‎,USA,1960's Wild Service Songs,

 

Condition; New in shrinkwrap with modesty sticker intact. HARD TO FIND CHEESECAKE COVER LP. ADAM STAG PARTY RECORD VOLUME 11 FURTHER OFF LIMITS FEATURING WILD SERVICE SONGS. FAX RECORDS FAX LP 2004. LP COVER IS VIBRANT AND NICE.

 

Heres a fantastic and rare treat for servicemen and civilians everywhere. FAX brings you, complete in their authentic, unexpurgated versions, the schorching ballads and lusty service songs performed exactly as they were sung by fighting men the world over. These rollicking. frolicking tales of hard-drinking men, jaded whores, bad food, bad officers, impossible conditions, inter-service rivalry, intra-services pride and graphic descriptions of the various Hell Holes of the world are as much a part of the service as uniforms and equipment. These are the songs that maintained spirit, preserved sanity, provided a safety valve for men under stress. They are a record of reckless, daring, fear, pathos, carousing, drinking and womanizing that are sung today on ships, in barracks, in bars, clubrooms, PX's...a bond uniting all men of all walls with a heritage that is as vital a part of culture and history as the report of any battle or campaign. Many of these service classics have been preserved for posterity by the Library of Congress, and the individual branches of our Armed Forces.Let's join our fighting men and sing out loud and strong as you thrill to the lusty songs and ballads of this great recording.

 

 

I Wanted Wings Honey, I'd rather be home with my tail, buster than in a cluster (A popular World War II song in the Pacific theatre of operations)

Oh Baby Mine, The Wacs and Waves will winthe war. So what the hell are we marching for.(The 5th Marines version of a popular marching song)

Frig The Flying Fortress, Oh that's all right because in the fight in his pants gets mighty full. (An angry lament regarding a famous World War II heavy bomber)

Kiss The Louie's Brass, I'd rather be a private-of the lowest class than be a lousy shavetail and kiss the captain's brass. (The lot of an army private)

What A Hell Of A Way To Die, There's barnacles on her bottom and we have 'em in our cracks ("Tin Can" sailors are still singing this little ditty)

Wine, Women & V. D. Here's to the girls who like to sin. They're gonna lose their good conduct pins. (Popular under name of Rum and Coca Cola during W. W. II)

Take Her Down, They changed the signs saying "These are not the Virgin Islans any more." (A rollicking ballad about the cruising boys of sub division nine)

Roll Me Over, Oh this is number five, I've had enough. I've got to drive. (A pre World War I song popular now with every branch of the service)

We Won't Forget Korea, They said "Kill The Bastards", but there wern't any congressmen among the casualties. (No Marine Corps Reservist will forget this war)

It's A Shame The Whole World Over, The cruds that type our orders are shacking with our wives. (A ballad sung by American airmen in British pubs during W. W. II)

There Was A Pilot Of Renown, He took her up into the air and x,x,x, clear up to there. (An Air Force parody of the famous Squire Of Great Renown)

Mine Eyes Are Dim, It's whiskey, whiskey, whiskey that makes us feel so frisky (The Quatermaster Corps version of a popular all service drinking song)

The Freaking Fusileers, Happy is the day when we line up for our pay, as we go rolling rolling home (Made famous by the British army, this song is now a classic)

Destroyer Life, Oh, it's roll and toss and pound and pitch and creak and groan you son-of-a-bitch (the sailor lives a hell of a life on a destroyer)

Have A Baby On Me, If you're looking for a discharge, I've got it, Have a baby on me. (Servicemen were ever willing to solve this problem for a pretty Wac)


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