Barry Humphries - Barry Humphries At Carnegie Hall mp3 album
John Barry Humphries, AO, CBE (born 17 February 1934) is an Australian comedian, actor, satirist, artist, and author. He is best known for writing and playing his on-stage and television alter egos Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson. Lance Boyle; high-pressure art salesman Morrie O'Connor; and failed tycoon Owen Steele. Chunder Down Under (1965). Barry Humphries at Carnegie Hall (1972).
The G2 interview Barry Humphries: ‘I defend to the ultimate my right to give deep and profound offence’. The creator of Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson is back on stage with a show highlighting the dangers of censorship. He talks about living in a prudish age, sexual harassment and why he regrets voting for Brexit. Published: 11 Jul 2018. Barry Humphries: ‘I defend to the ultimate my right to give deep and profound offence’. He is far and away the most learned man I ever met, but can make immediate contact with anyone except the dull. Published: 6 Aug 2016. Clive James: 'I won't get to Barry Humphries' new show, but I can tell he’s in total command'.
Barry Humphries, Actor: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. His father was an affluent construction manager. Barry was a very intelligent boy who attended Melbourne University. There, he began in revues and doing some impersonations. He moved to London around 1960 and began his TV career. He has created numerous characters, including Dame Edna Everidge and Sir Les Patterson.
Barry Humphries' Savoury Dip, Parlophone, 1971. Barry Humphries at Carnegie Hall, Philips, 1972. The Barry Humphries Record of Austral Verse, Philips, 1972. A Track Winding Back, Philips, 1972. Selected recordings for So Rare, a multivolume collection of recordings. Provided album notes for the album Vamp till Ready-Dame Edna's Warm-Up Music, 2004. Singles: "I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus," Lyntone, 1964.
Barry Humphries’s most infamous alter-ego is the flamboyant Dame Edna Everage whose signature catchphrase ‘Hello, Possums’ has become a part of the Australian vernacular. Although she is recognised by her lilac hair, gaudy glasses and extravagant costumes, Dame Edna was originally an average housewife (hence the name Everage) and her wardrobe lacked any glitz or glamour. Dame Edna was born on a commute in 1955 while Barry Humphries was on tour with the Union Theatre Repertory Company, which went on to become the Melbourne Theatre Company. Her falsetto voice was inspired by the Country Women’s.
Meow Meow, who performs with Barry Humphries in his classy Weimar CabaretHarmony Nicholas. ★★★☆ As a vehicle for the splendid Australian Chamber Orchestra, and featuring vocals from the delectable cabaret diva Meow Meow, this is a classy, revelatory and resonant affair: a classical concert with a popular flair entirely befitting the jazz-influenced music that it celebrates. Consider it a labour of enlightening love. This intelligently conceived entertainment heads to the Edinburgh International Festival on August 8-9. It’s beautifully emceed by the 82-year-old comedian Barry Humphries
|–Edna Everage*, John Hopkins , The Sydney Symphony Orchestra||First Day Covers - A Philharmonia Philatelia|
|–Sandy Stone||Sandy's Stone Part 1||5:40|
|–Sandy Stone||Sandy's Stone Part 2||6:06|
|–Sandy Stone||Sandy's Stone Part 3||5:41|
|–Sandy Stone||Sandy's Stone Part 4||3:19|
|–Sandy Stone||The Lord's Prayer|
|–Sandy Stone||Zip - A - Dee - Doo - Dah|
|6357 010||Barry Humphries||Barry Humphries At Carnegie Hall (LP)||Philips||6357 010||Australia||1972|
|C 04858||Barry Humphries||Barry Humphries At Carnegie Hall (Cass, Album, Club)||World Cassette Club||C 04858||Australia||1978|
|R-04858||Barry Humphries||Barry Humphries At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Club)||World Record Club||R-04858||Australia||1978|