Pot-pourris of old and new favourites ... unique renditions of established melodies ... some insights into their own personal contributions to contemporary music. That's what you can expect from the Promenaders' first long player. It's been skilfully recorded to capture all the flavour of a Brighton performance ... music, announcements, sun, sea, holiday makers, ATMOSPHERE.
- Loxhawn Rondeaux (Lol Coxhill): soprano saxophone and vocals
- Stuart Barefoot (Steve Beresford): euphonium and vocals
- Steve Topp (David Toop): one string violin
- Mike Simple (Max Eastley): one string violin
- Derek Nyte (Terry Day): cello and percussion
- "Andre" (Peter Cusack): guitar
- Paulo "sticks" Birrelli (Paul Burwell): drums
- Violet Nightingale (?): guest chanteuse, vocal on "Moon River"
- Nellie The Elephant
- Louie Louie / The Promenader's Shuffle / Whistle While You Work / Calling All Workers / The Dambusters March / Do Re Mi / Eine Kleine Nachtmusik / American Patrol / South Of The Border / Let's Twist Again
- My Grandfather's Clock / Al Capone / Ghosts / The James Bond Theme / Holy Family / Walkin' The Dog / Prommin' The Bass / Oklahoma / Parade Of The Penguins / I Could Have Danced All Night
- Moon River
- Rock Around The Clock / Tin Roof Blues / Philly Dog / Promenaders Jazz It Up / Saturday Jump
- Stranger On The Shore / Rondeaux Makes It Up
- Happy Talk / The Hokey Cokey / Knees Up, Mother Brown
- "A", You're Adorable / There's A Long, Long Road A-Winding / Do Re Mi / My Favourite Things / You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To / Chim Chim Cheree
- (Won't You Play A) Simple Melody / Tibetan Promenade / Nellie The Elephant
The last track, which is introduced as "Won't You Play A Simple Tibetan Melody," may be the funniest song you hear all week. This is the Promenaders' only album, released by Y Records in 1982; get the vinyl rip here (new link) or here.