Stanley Holloway – Champagne Charlie. Label: World Record Club – ST. 325. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Compiled By – Charles Chilton.
Champagne Charlie is the third studio album Leon Redbone, released in 1978. It peaked at No. 163 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. LP side A: "Champagne Charlie" (Alfred Lee, George Leybourne) – 2:52. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone" (Sidney Clare, Sam Stept) – 2:52. Sweet Sue, Just You" (Will Harris, Victor Young) – 2:41. The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)" (Del Lyon, Lani McIntire) – 4:32. Alabama Jubilee" (George L. Cobb, Jack Yellen) – 1:42.
Champagne Charlie is a 1944 British musical film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti and loosely based on the rivalry between the popular music hall performers George Leybourne (born Joe Saunders), who was called "Champagne Charlie" because he was the first artist to perform the song of that title, and Alfred Vance, who was known as "The Great Vance".
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Champagne Charlie" is a music hall song from the 19th century composed by Alfred Lee with lyrics by George Leybourne. Leybourne popularised the song which premièred in August 1866 at the Princess' Concert Hall in Leeds. For the act, he caused some controversy when he appeared in a cut down top hat, similar to a style worn by the murderer Franz Muller. It was one of Leybourne's most famous songs and he would later be nicknamed Champagne Charlie.
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