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Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)-78 RPM
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Alma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)

Alma Cogan (19 May 1932 – 26 October 1966)[1] was an English singer of traditional pop music in the 1950s and early 1960s. Dubbed "The Girl With the Laugh/Giggle/Chuckle in Her Voice",[2] she was the highest paid British female entertainer of her era. Throughout the mid-1950s, she was the most consistently successful female singer in theShe was born Alma Angela Cohen in Whitechapel, London, of Russian-Romanian Jewish descent.[4] Her father's family, the Kogins, arrived in Britain from Russia, while her mother's family were refugees from Romania.[5] Cogan's parents, Mark and Fay Cohen, had another daughter, the actress Sandra Caron[6] and one son. Mark's work as a haberdasher entailed frequent moves. One of Cogan's early homes was over his shop in Worthing, Sussex.Although Jewish, she attended St Joseph's Convent School in Reading.[7] Her father was a singer, but it was Cogan's mother who had show business aspirations for both her daughters (she had named Cogan after silent screen star Alma Taylor). Cogan first performed in public at a charity show at the Palace Theatre in Reading, and at eleven, competed in the "Sussex Queen of Song" contest held at a Brighton hotel, winning a prize of £5.At fourteen, she was recommended by Vera Lynn for a variety show at the Grand Theatre in Brighton. At sixteen, she was told by bandleader Ted Heath "You've got a good voice, but you're far too young for this business. Come back in five years time"; Heath would later say:

Record Details
TitleAlma Cogan With The Michael Sammes Singers - POP. 450 - (Condition 80-85%)​
ArtistAlma Cogan 
SingerMichael Sammes
LyricsJones, Dixon, Smith, Phillips & Echols
GenrePrivate Songs
LanguageEnglish
LabelHMV
Made InEngland
ManufactureThe Gramophone Company Ltd.
Serial No.POP. 450​
Side One
  • Sugartime
Michael Sammes
Side Two
  • Gettin Ready For Freddy
Michael Sammes
Specification
Size10 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Record Condtion80-85%
Cover CondtionExcellent

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Artist
Artist - 1Alma Cogan
Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Jones
Lyrics - 2Dixon
Lyrics - 3Smith
Lyrics - 4Phillips
Lyrics - 5Echols
Record Details
GenrePrivate Songs
LabelHMV
LanguageEnglish
Size10 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1Michael Sammes
Songs
Side1 - Song1Sugartime
Side2 - Song1Gettin Ready For Freddy