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Old 10-30-2008, 07:00 PM   #21
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On the subject of David Rose's the Stripper, I seem to recall a number of hotter versions, one of which is heard whilst Terry Jones 'strips' off in Monty Python's Flying Circus-I am not sure which episode it was, but it sounded good although the thought of Terry Jones naked rather spoilt it

I also recall(mentioned on a tv related thread) strippers in tv programmes that used more soft-rock music rather than the jazz sort-one that springs to mind was Brandy Di Frank in an episode of "The Sweeney"-not much to look at though-somehow I feel they could have found a better looking girl.
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Old 10-30-2008, 07:16 PM   #22
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Just did a quick scan of Youtube and found "The Stripper" by David Rose(whom I had no idea was once married to Martha Raye(American funny woman) & Judy Garland!
Enjoy http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6-9F_H...eature=related
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On the subject of David Rose's the Stripper, I seem to recall a number of hotter versions, one of which is heard whilst Terry Jones 'strips' off in Monty Python's Flying Circus-I am not sure which episode it was, but it sounded good although the thought of Terry Jones naked rather spoilt it
If its this one...

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=bKwFwmicbUc


...the the music is "Black and Tan Fantasy", but there is another Terry Jones strip (maybe he enjoyed it!) which uses "The Stripper". I've not heard a better arrangement that the one on the David Rose CD (I've heard plenty of worse ones though!)
I'll see if I can find the Terry Jones routine we are bothing thinking of.
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That's another tune from the Pink Panther movies with Peter Sellers. I've seen the clip you are referring to. Its a funny twist on a striptease
You're right there, it's funny how you associate things, you said Pink Panther theme and that tune immediately sprang to mind for me, I always forget about the TV series.
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The sequence has Jones running about trying to find a place to take his clothes off-he looks like a deckchair in his striped jacket-but this one looks about the same. I didn't actually listen to it because I just saw the thing and played it with the sound off to listen to later. Black and Tan is a very sleazy type jazz tune that some strippers use but you can't quite hear it thanks to laughs from the audience and Jones reciting something about economic policy-he finally finds a room to get undressed but he is actually in a hall!
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I've just been aerted to another couple of goodies:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=D9EJOiEqzbA
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The one problem with these youtube videos is that the whooping of the over-enthusiastic audiences often spoils the 'act' and you can barely hear the music.
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Ah! Do you still have that fantastic GGGGG material? How right you are about the music, the stage, and the clothing (as long as it comes off slowly)!
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I havn't checked back on this thread for a while so I hadn't seen the extra replies

Nordsee: If you mean the pictures from the GGGGG site, I don't have any of them anymore I'm afraid. If you mean the music then yes I still have a decent collection of striptease music on my PC...

...which brings me rather neatly to this little gem that I came across (no pun intended) today on YouTube. Its a rather nice alternative arrangement of David Rose's "The Stripper" and for me a completely new one. I'm enjoying listening to it very, very much
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Well, I meant both really. "The Stripper" always does the trick, it's got the right amount of stylish sleaziness, the right amount of brassiness and all those moments just made for taking another little something off. Then that triumphal ending!

I think style is the right word. Elegance is another. It's not just the music, it is the glove and gown outfit (black seamed stockings and black high heel sandals too) and lots of s-l-o-w tease.

I could go on but this is probably getting too far away from the music theme. So I'll end this by saying I once saw an act which used "Hello Dolly" for the music. The lady started out with a long silver dress and a silver top hat. She ended with just the top hat. Ah!
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