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sprayermick | 11:51 Fri 06th Feb 2015 | Music
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Many years ago between the late 60s & early 70s Rolo had an advert on tv featuring music played on the Kazoo, I think the track was called "Camp" by Henry and his butlers and was released Columbia records, however this was not the track used on the advert as Rolo used their own and better version on I think Decca records, it was still called "Camp" but I have no idea who it was by, does anybody know and can you still view it?

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Thanks for that Old_Geezer but no I just looked and the advert featured is from the 90s and not the era I was looking for.
I can't find the advert you mention, Mick, but they do have a listing on the website Discogs

http://www.discogs.com/artist/605570-Sir-Henry-amp-His-Butlers

On YouTube is a video of Hi-Heel Sneakers, one of their b-sides to the single Let's Go. The Record label says DECCA (Produced by SONET), but SONET was a Scandanavian label in it's own right. The only videos for The Rolo Sensation (Camp) have the Columbia label
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkfYQdwjcbU
Spin forward to 2 min 56 secs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBGVGYS4x9A
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A big thank you for all answers, the original advert must be out there somewhere it's just a case of finding it!

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