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'Let's All Go to Mary's House' is a 1925 popular song written by Con Conrad & Leo Wood which was recorded in the UK by the Savoy Orpheans and by Jay Whidden and His New Midnight Follies Orchestra. It's a jazz dance song which exhibits the standard style of that time, and includes a reference to the Charleston which was less than a year old at this song's publication. The arrangements of the recordings mentioned uses the syncopation and popular orchestration typical of the time. It often appears on compilations of 1920s-era music as any internet search will reveal.
A cover version was released on the 2007 album 'Pour l'Amour des Chiens' by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.
*1925 in music
Category:Songs with music by Con Conrad
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