Listen to the man himself both on record, live performances and the occasional private recording.
From the Alan Randall produced live wartime CD “V For Victory - George Formby entertains the troops” comes “Frank On His Tank.
Here is a short sketch featuring George with singer Evelyn Dall followed by George singing “Get Cracking”
sounds of formby

FRANK ON HIS TANK - V FOR VICTORY

GEORGE FORMBY RADIO BROADCAST WITH EVELYN

DALL

THIRTY THIRSTY SAILORS - FORMBY AT WAR

Alan Randall produced this CD from the recordings originally owned by George Formby.

DOWN THE OLD COAL HOLE - FORMBY AT WAR

Down The Old Coal Hole, released in August 1940.
My first ever compact disc of George Formby, bought at the Warrington Exhibition in 1991.

THE EMPEROR OF LANCASHIRE

GEORGE FORMBY TURNED OUT NICE AGAIN -

COMEDY CLASSICS - 1991

George sang this song when he toured New Zealand and Australia. This version was broadcast on New Zealand Radio sometime in 1948. When George played the Tivoli in Sydney it was said that he received £1,000 for the week’s appearances. .

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD

NEW ZEALAND RADIO - 1948

Listen to the man himself both on record, live performances and the occasional private recording.
Here is a short sketch featuring George with singer Evelyn Dall followed by George singing “Get Cracking”
sounds of formby

GEORGE FORMBY RADIO BROADCAST WITH EVELYN DALL

From the Alan Randall produced live wartime CD “V For Victory - George Formby entertains the troops” comes “Frank On His Tank.

FRANK ON HIS TANK - V FOR VICTORY

THIRTY THIRSTY SAILORS - FORMBY AT WAR

Alan Randall produced this CD from the recordings originally owned by George Formby.

DOWN THE OLD COAL HOLE - FORMBY AT WAR

Down The Old Coal Hole, released in August 1940.
My first ever compact disc of George Formby, bought at the Warrington Exhibition in 1991.

THE EMPEROR OF LANCASHIRE

GEORGE FORMBY TURNED OUT NICE AGAIN -

COMEDY CLASSICS - 1991

George sang this song when he toured New Zealand and Australia. This version was broadcast on New Zealand Radio sometime in 1948. When George played the Tivoli in Sydney it was said that he received £1,000 for the week’s appearances. .

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD

NEW ZEALAND RADIO - 1948