|#||Title||Principal Artiste||Composers||Lyricist / Date written||Place||Date recorded||Matrix||Label&cat.no.||Additional Information|
|376||Coal Black Mammy||NMDO||Ivy St Helier||Laddie Cliff `21||London||July 14, 1931||OB-1284-1-2||HMV B-3944 Victor B-3944||Tunes Of Not-So-Long-Ago-1921. Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Jock Fleming (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet,, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); violins probably Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar/banjo); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, July 14, 1931|
Take 1 exists on test pressing. Take 1 audio missing here.
New Mayfair Dance Orchestra
'Cause I'm goin', yes I'm goin' with a love that's ever growin'
To that coal-black mammy o' mine
Not a cent, not a cent
An' my clothes are only lent
All the same she'll think I'm just fine
How I've dream'd, how I've schem'd
An at time it almost seem'd
That the sun would never, never shine
That's why I'm goin', yes, I'm goin'
Mighty soon I'll be hullo'in
To that coal-black mammy o'mine