Category: Alternative

Queer Things Are Happening - Ruth Wallis - The Spice Is Right (Vinyl, LP, Album)



  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ruth Wallis - The Spice Is Right at Discogs. Complete your Ruth Wallis collection.5/5(2).
  2. Queer things are happening to me He's so big and He's so strong I can't figure out where he went wrong He must have got caught right in between His name is Chris it ought to be Christine Oh No Say it cannot be Queer things are happening to me He's never been to Gay Paris But he's as gay as he can be His friends are sweet, They're queer as Band.
  3. Vintage LP vinyl records Ruth Wallis Adult Humor "RED LIGHTS" sealed $ + $ shipping. Ruth Wallis TORRID LOVE SONGS LP Album - Vinyl Wallis Record Corp WLP #9. $ Free shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. X. Have one to sell? Sell Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Ruth Wallis (5 January – 22 December ) was a novelty cabaret singer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Wallis began her career singing jazz and cabaret standards, but gained fame in the s and s for her risqué, satirical .
  5. the back cover of the King LP above showed these other releases. and, here's a couple 45s. for a partial discography and interview, click here and another article at this site. her "gay" songs were "De Gay Young Lad," "He'd Rather Be a Girl," and "Queer Things Are Happening," all from the 50's, and all three are on her Greatest Hits CD.
  6. Artist Release Name wordheasydkumadetexanchonddisderes.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Ruth Wallis: The Best Of Ruth Wallis: Wa, Wallis Original Record Corp. LP, Compilation, Mono, Australia.
  7. Ruth Wallis was born in Brooklyn, either during the Roaring 20's or the Depression-era 's - she wouldn't give her age, simply saying with a wink of an eye, "The year has since passed." After high school, the teenager sang in both the Isham Jones and Benny Goodman orchestras.
  8. ‎Ruth Wallis was the unrivaled Queen of the Party Records, reeling off a series of bawdy, double-entendre-laced satires that earned a substantial cult following overseas but ran afoul of censors in the singer's native U.S. Born in Brooklyn sometime during the early '20s -- she adamantly refused to di. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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