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1930s artist is ready for a revival

Max Miller is very endearing... and just a little bit naughty / suggestive in his lyrics. A well-known British comic and singer from the 1930 - 50s, his music is perfect for people who love that era and enjoy a laugh or two. Lulu is great from top to finish... he even does a soft shoe number at the end.

ok... idk but i wasn't Expecting a Brit English guy

i mean i wasn't intentionally assuming his nationality idk if he's naughty or funny.. i might not consider the album if i don't get it.


Born: 1894

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s

The British comedian Max Miller, strongly associated with the Cheeky Chappie character he created, was a top star in the land of tea and crumpets from the '30s through the '50s. Nonetheless, one of the best ways to focus attention his way is to mention that he is one of the people pictured on the front cover of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles. Miller, whose real name was Thomas Sargent, can be seen in the third row of the famous montage, right next to the wax hairdresser's dummy....
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