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Jeremy Taylor - Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) mp3 album

Jeremy Taylor - Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) mp3 album Performer: Jeremy Taylor
Album: Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs)
Country: South Africa
Released: 1962
Style: Folk
Size MP3: 1184 mb.
Size FLAC: 1911 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 613
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Written-By – Jeremy Taylor. The UK version was titled "Ag, Pleez Daddy", rather than "Ag, Pleez Deddy". This Decca pressing has a 4-prong push-out centre. Matrix, Runout: 45-ABC-21427-1C. Matrix, Runout: 45-ABC-21426-1C. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.Ag Pleez Deddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) ‎(7", Single). Gallotone, Gallotone.

Written-By – Jeremy Taylor. Jo'burg talking blues was the B-side. Aag Pleez Deddy was the A side and went GOLD four times in South Africa. Both tracks taken from the show "Wait a Minim".Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad of the Southern Suburbs) (from the show "Wait a Minim") ‎(7", Single).

Album: Ag Pleez Deddy (1961). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. As might be suspected from its title, "Ag Pleez Deddy" is a vernacular song - written partly in Afrikaans. Jeremy Taylor said of this song: "I was teaching at a school in the southern suburbs of Johannesburg, and I was enchanted by the way they spoke English. So I wrote them a song. It had some strange effects, because a lot of people were offended, especially the parents. A third (and live) recording, by Taylor alone on the Decca label, contains "the missing last verse. Herein, the title is given (verbatim) as: "Ag, Pleez Daddy Ballad of the Southern Suburbs" .

ag pleez deddy won’t you take us to the drive-in all six, seven of us, eight, nine, ten we wanna see a flick about tarzan an’ the ape-men an’ when the show is over you can bring us back again.

Ag pleez Deddy won't you take us to the drive-in All six, seven of us, eight, nine, ten We wanna see a flick about Tarzan an' the Ape-men An' when the show is over you can bring us back again.

Ag Pleez Deddy" (also known as "The Ballad of the Southern Suburbs") is a South African song written and recorded by Jeremy Taylor. It was written for the stage show Wait a Minim!, and has been described as the musical's "showpiece". The song was penned in "South African creole English", this being the vernacular of young, English-speaking South Africans, containing smatterings of Afrikaans phrases

Written-By – Jeremy Taylor. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): AB. 1427/1(A). Matrix, Runout (Label side B): AB. 1426/3(B). Matrix, Runout (etched side A): ABC21427/1-2. Matrix, Runout (etched side B): ABC 21426/3. Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) ‎(7", Single).

Jeremy Taylor - Ag Pleez Daddy (including the missing last verse). MP3. MP4. Jeremy Taylor: "Ag Pleez Deddy". Ag Pleez Daddy JEREMY TAYLOR. Valerie Miller & Jeremy Taylor - Ballad of the Northern Suburbs. Ag Pleez Daddy. Jeremy Taylor: "Somewhere in Africa". Jeremy Taylor: "Lift Girl's Lament". Ag Pleez Deddy - Jeremy Taylor. Ag Pleez Deddy.

Ag Pleez Daddy JEREMY TAYLOR. on Nov 30, 2012 by Tony Hiller. on Nov 17, 2007 by Rich Ball. Leon Schuster - Ag please daddy. on Dec 16, 2008 by AfrikaanseKlipwerf. The Ballad of the Southern Suburbs (Ag Pleez Deddy). on Nov 14, 2014 by Jeremy Taylor - Topic.

Tracklist

A Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs)
B Jo'burg Talking Blues

Credits

  • Written-By – Jeremy Taylor

Notes

The UK version was titled "Ag, Pleez Daddy", rather than "Ag, Pleez Deddy". This Decca pressing has a 4-prong push-out centre.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 45-ABC-21427-1C
  • Matrix / Runout: 45-ABC-21426-1C

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PD 7-8531 Jeremy Taylor Ag Pleez Deddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) ‎(7", Single) Gallotone PD 7-8531 South Africa 1962
45-F 11502 Jeremy Taylor Ag, Pleez Daddy (Ballad of the Southern Suburbs) (from the show "Wait a Minim") ‎(7", Single) Decca 45-F 11502 UK 1962
PD. 7-8531 Jeremy Taylor Ag Pleez Deddy / Jo'burg Talking Blues ‎(7", Single) Gallotone PD. 7-8531 South Africa Unknown
PD 7-8531, PD.7-8531 Jeremy Taylor Ag Pleez Deddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) ‎(7", Single) Gallotone, Gallotone PD 7-8531, PD.7-8531 South Africa 1962
F 11502 Jeremy Taylor Ag Pleez Deddy (Ballad Of The Southern Suburbs) ‎(7", Single) Decca F 11502 South Africa 1962