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In the Sixties, the Fun Palace — like Lionel — was the epitome of cool.
His songs, including Little White Bull and Big Time, topped the charts and he was the musical genius behind the hit musical Oliver!
He returned home several months later, to find that a close friend and house guest, 21-year-old Anthony Haydon, had made off with a van-load of expensive possessions including clocks, paintings, antiques and film projectors.Jack Judge, a music-hall entertainer, penned it in a break from rehearsals at the Grand Theatre in Stalybridge, after being bet five shilling (25p) that he couldn’t write a successful song on the spot.This article is about the city of Manchester in England.But his fall from grace was as dramatic as his ascent, and he ended up an impoverished alcoholic living in shabby obscurity — a cautionary tale relayed in a fascinating new biography. He loved the Yiddish theatre, East End music halls, barrel organs and Salvation Army bands on the streets.Jewish folk songs, jazz, blues and Irish reels all served as musical inspiration.