|A3||Four Jolly Labourmen|
|B1||One Man Band|
|B2||Poor Old Jo|
Issued by the Conservative And Unionist Central Office for the 1964 General Election.
- Well-produced propaganda with clever parodies of popular songs. One of voices is surely the operatic baritone, Ian Wallace, known for his recordings of Flanders and Swan animal songs. Despite this slick record, the Conservatives lost the election to Harold Wilson's labour party.
A2 is based on 'Here we go round the mulberry bush', traditional
A3 uses 'Four jolly sailormen' by German and Hood
B1 tune is 'Phil the fluter's ball' by W.P. French
B2 is from Stephen Foster's song of the same name.