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Ruth Wallis (January 5, 1920 – December 22, 2007) was a novelty popular cabaret singer. Born Ruth Shirley Wohl in Brooklyn, New York, Wallis began her career singing jazz and cabaret standards – with such bands as Isham Jones and Benny Goodman on road tours for a couple of months; but gained fame in the 1940s and 1950s for her risqué, satirical songs, rife with double entendres that she wrote herself
Ruth Wallis was called "the high priestess of the double entendre" and "Queen of the wicked ditties. The first novelty record by the quintessential singer of risqué songs was released in 1948, and she continued to release 45s and 78s under her own name. The Wallis Original Record Corporation later issued 10" LP collections and listed an address of Linden, New Jersey.
Ruth Wallis was called "the high priestess of the double entendre" and "Queen of the wicked ditties.
Ruth Wallis (5 January 1920 – 22 December 2007) was a novelty cabaret singer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Wallis began her career singing jazz and cabaret standards, but gained fame in the 1940s and 1950s for her risqué, satirical songs, rife with double entendre that she wrote herself. She did have a mainstream hit with "Dear Mr. Godfrey," a song about his public firing of Julius La Rosa.
Ruth Wallis on the Party Line.
Such is the stuff of Ruth Wallis' prematurely enlightened female bravado. Only ten songs on this party line, but a little Wallis seems to go a long way while still leaving one hungry for more. In addition to her usual subjects of sex, money, and marriage, she addresses many other aspects of Americana (in "The American Plan" and others). Russia, Bermuda, Latin America, and the Orient also are represented. The backing music is sparsely appropriate, and she is not above using sound effects for emphasis.
Слушайте и скачивайте ruth wallis на Хотплеере в mp. Ruth Wallis - Johnny Had a Yo-Yo 03:17. Ruth Wallis - The Dinghy Song 02:51. Ruth Wallis - Red Lights and Bells 03:34. Ruth Wallis - Booze 03:52. Ruth Wallis - The Three Blondes 04:20. Ruth Wallis - Pizza 03:14. Ruth Wallis - Always Be a Bride 02:47. Ruth Wallis - The Dinghy Song 02:49. Ruth Wallis - Brandy In Me Tea 03:05. Ruth Wallis - Boobs 04:09.
Ruth Wallis, a cabaret singer of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s who was known as the Queen of the Party Song for the genteelly risqué numbers she performed for happy, and very occasionally horrified, listeners worldwide, died on Dec. 22 at her home in South Killingly, Conn. She was 87. The cause was complications of Alzheimer’s disease, her son, Alan Pastman, said. Ms. Wallis, who began her career performing jazz and cabaret standards, soon became known for the novelty songs - more than 150 of them - she wrote herself, all positively dripping with double entendre. In 2003, Ms. Wallis’s work was the basis of an off-Broadway revue, Boobs! The Musical: The World According to Ruth Wallis. Ruth Wallis about 1970. Though Ms. Wallis performed in some of the most glittering nightclubs in New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and elsewhere, her career was largely overlooked at the time.
Ruth Wallis: gli altri album. Down in the Indies Data di pubblicazione: 1 giugno 2015. The Risqué Repertoire of Ruth Wallis Data di pubblicazione: 1 giugno 2015. The World According to Ruth Wallis! Data di pubblicazione: 1 giugno 2015. Saucy Hit Parade and More Data di pubblicazione: 1 giugno 2015. Ruth Wallis: i testi più cercati.
|A2||Drill Them All|
|A3||You're Only Young Once|
|A4||Johnny's Got A Yo-Yo|
|B1||This Old House|
|B3||Cape Canaveral Blues|
|B4||She'll Be Apples|