The Very Best Of Mrs Mills
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While working as the superintendent of a typing pool in the office of the Paymaster General in London, Mills performed as a honky-tonk pianist in the evenings and weekends.  She was spotted by a talent scout while playing piano with a semi-professional band called The Astorians, at a dance at the Woodford Golf Club in Essex.  She was signed to a management contract by Eric Easton, who later went on to manage The Dave Clark Five and The Rolling Stones, and then signed a recording contract with Parlophone. Mrs Mills enjoying a tea party with two chimpanzees! We've no idea either, but she seems to be enjoying herself. The album was released in 1973.
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Petridis, Alexis (7 October 2010). "The bizarre lost world of 1970s cabaret pop". The Guardian. London . Retrieved 16 April 2012. Jumbo-Party (double album – elephant cover). These albums were released separately in Australia as Jumbo Party, Volume 1 and 2, EMI EMB 10383 and 10384 respectively. A particularly fine set of photos of Mrs Mills graces the cover of 'Anytime Is Party Time' from July 1972.In December 1974, she appeared as the subject of This Is Your Life, hosted by Eamonn Andrews, when it was revealed that the first record she had recorded was " A Gal in Calico", cut in a make-your-own-record booth on Southend Pier for a half-crown, with her girlhood pal Lily Dormer. Unfortunately, the band's Saturday night slot at this year's Vintage Festival in Northamptonshire fell victim to the festival's late cancellation, so another show was scheduled at the Offline Club in Brixton, where the BBC came down to film the event
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Mrs Gladys Mills was remembered for her sense of fun, and her album covers were rarely serious affairs, as this collection testifies. Rolling out a barrel of irony-untroubled, hipster-free, good time entertainment, the Mrs Mills Experience is made up of an unlikely combination of Brixton-based dance DJs and punk musicians, united by their improbable love of piano-thumper extraordinaire, Mrs Gladys Mills.
Mrs Mills Jubilee Party Vol 2, also released in 1977 has quite the worst Mrs Mills sleeve I've ever seen. What has the artist done to poor old Gladys?!
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Piano Singalong" (released in Australia on Axis label, featuring a Straube player-piano as the album art)Her first single –“Mrs Mills Medley”– entered the UK Top Twenty, and was a piano medley of the songs, “I Want to Be Happy,”“The Sheik of Araby,”“Baby Face,”“Somebody Stole My Gal,”“Ma He’s Making Eyes at Me,”“Swanee,”“Ain’t She Sweet,” and “California Here I Come.”