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Can Heironymous Merkin Ever Forget... Anthony Newley Kapp KRS-5509, 1968
Can Heironymous Merkin Ever Forget... album cover

Full title: can Heironymous Merkin ever forget Mercy Humppe and find true happiness? Like many of you, we were suckered by the liner notes and reviews quotes, which suggest this might be good. It's not. Nothing remotely groovy - it's tired, dated, and just plain bad. Avoid. (Oh, and Joan Collins sings on this album should you be interested... we weren't.)

Overall Rating: 1

Track listing:

Overture | If all the world's a stage | Piccadilly lily | Oh, what a son of a bitch I am | Sweet love child | Astrological ballet | Chalk and cheese | I'm all I need | On the boards | Lullaby | Piccadilly lily | Once upon a time | When you gotta go | I'm all I need (reprise) | Finale |

 

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