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Quotations from P G Wodehouse are copyright of, and reprinted by permission of, the Trustees of the Wodehouse Estate © 2015 The P G Wodehouse Society (UK)

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The CD of The Land Where the Good Songs Go is now available in the shops, price £15.99


Signed CD available: London, Dear Old London and Nuts in May


These Wodehouse lyrics are on a CD available from one of our members, Lorna Dallas. The album, The Girl I Knew ... the Music of Novello & Kern, is an award-winning CD. The liner notes are by Cleo Laine and John Dankworth. United Airlines have chosen the Wodehouse tracks to play on their flights around the world. To obtain it:   The Girl I Knew Harbinger label, HCD 1501, is available at record shops at store prices. For more information click on the website  www.lornadallas.com and go to The Girl I Knew where you will see the details.


For the UK, write to  Dallas-Brown, 27 Downs Side, Cheam, Surrey SM2 7EH. Send a cheque made payable to Lorna Dallas for 15 UK Pounds (includes postage and packing). For the USA write to Dallas-Brown, 101 West 79th Street, Suite 21B, New York, NY, 10024 with check made payable to Lorna Dallas for $17.50 for each copy (includes postage & packing).  For posting elsewhere in the world,  we can discuss via email.   Send this correspondence to LDallasbro@aol.com.


The December 1998 Wooster Sauce said (among other things): We must congratulate Lorna Dallas, whose CD The Girl I Knew has been named as CD of the Year by the BBC Music Magazine. [It has also been named one of the Top 10 by Intheater Magazine in New York.] This recording, which covered rarely heard songs composed by Jerome Kern and Ivor Novello, included two Wodehouse songs, Nuts in May and London, Dear Old London. Michael Billington said in the October 1998 issue of the BBC Music Magazine that "Lorna Dallas is Kern's best modern interpreter".