Fan Dabi Dozi - The Krankees
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Opener Hubba Dubba Dooby, Press The Boogie Button, and (the should’ve-been-single) But You Love Me, Daddy are the highlights here, but even at its weakest, it’s a middle-of-the-road album. We’re Going To Spain feels a bit cheap, simply because it’s a bit lazy with it’s lyrics, but then that was pretty much how the British attitude was towards Spanish holidays in the 1980s.
But with her distinctive appearance and voice, Janette says she still “gets recognised all the time, but people sometimes forget the name”. Then it’s time for But You Love Me, Daddy, which gives us a surprise cover version of Jim Reeves’ 1959 song. Here, it’s delivered equally by Ian and Jeanette in a serious way, although it plays to the comedic reality of the characters. Both Ian and Jeanette put in a great performance here, and perhaps this should have been the single instead. Little-known right to help YOU beat NHS waiting lists without having to wait for hospitals to invite you... as data reveals how many patients are waiting at YOUR trust
Helen Flanagan joins former Corrie co-star Sally Dynevor's daughter Hattie on glamorous night out at Sexy Fish Christine McGuiness puts on a leggy display in a purple gown with a thigh high split as she attends The Disability Sports Awards in Leeds That’s followed by Wee Jimmy Krankie, and it’s time to get the kazoo out as Jimmy sings about his school day. I could easily imagine this as having been a single, as it’s quite fun and catchy, and would have been a good focus on Jeanette’s school boy character.
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