Nov 16, 2010 2:59 AM
ABC frontman MARTIN FRY is among number of singers who have recorded duets with comedian Harry Hill for Hill's forthcoming album 'Funny Times'.
Funny Times is the first ever album of comedy songs from multi BAFTA-winning comedian and star of TV Burp, Harry Hill. Harking back to the tradition of albums by comedy icons like Monty Python, Benny Hill and The Goodies, Harry's musical debut features collaborations with greats including Bach, Chopin and Bruce Forsyth, plus guest appearances by Coronation Street's Bill Roache (Ken Barlow), and Martin Fry of ABC. The album takes on a range of diverse styles, from the Spaghetti Western inspired paean to Ken Barlow, "Ken!", to a duet with Bruce Forsyth on the Paul Anka and Sammy Davis Jr classic "I'm Not Anyone" and a unique take on Copin's "Nocturne in E Minor" on "Nuggets Nocturne".
Martin Fry appears on a song entitled 'This Guy's In Love With You'.