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This Al Bowlly Discography is a compilation of various discographies and lists available on the internet and in various books. Details here...
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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
1 Soho Blues Lequime's Grand Hotel Orchestra (Calcutta) Chris A.Webb w/m `26 Calcutta c.April 1926 8-10545 BL-1049 HMV P-7094, HMV Jimmy Lequime (trumpet), Nick Ampier (trombone), Pete Harmon (soprano/alto sax/ VOCALS). Claude "Sax" MacGuire (clarinet, soprano/alto sax), Joe Speelman (ten. sax), Vic Halek (ten. sax, violin). Monia Litter (piano, arranger), Al Bowlly (banjo, NO VACAL). Bill Houghton (percussion). Calcutta, c. April 1926
2 House Where The Shutters Are Green Lequime's Grand Hotel Orchestra (Calcutta) Chris A.Webb w/m `26 Calcutta c.April 1926 8-10546 BL-1050 HMV P-7094 AB (banjo) VOCAL by Pete Harmon. c. April 1926
3 Blue Skies AB acc. by own uke., Edgar Adeler (pno.) Irving Berlin w/m `26 Berlin August 18, 1927 M-19372 Hom 4-2386 AB - Hawaiian g; Edgar Adeler - p.
4 Say, Mister! (Have You Met Rosie's Sister) AB acc. by own uke., Edgar Adeler (pno.) Charlie Harrison / Fred Rose w/m `26 Berlin August 18, 1927 M-19373 Hom 4-2386 AB - u; Edgar Adeler - p. The record label shows "Say, Mister! (Have You Meet Rosies Sister)".
5 Ain't She Sweet? Fred Bird, Salon Symphonic Jazz Band Milton Ager Jack Yellen `27 Berlin September 12, 1927 M-19381-1-2 Hom (Czech) 4-2389 Hom (German) 4-2389 Take 1 issued in Germany.[MH: There is also a Czech pressing of Ain¹t She Sweet, Homochord 4-2389, which uses matrix M19381-1. Al gets label credit on this one "Fred Bird The Salon Symphonie Jazzband with song A. Bowlly"]
6 In A Little Spanish Town Fred Bird, Salon Symphonic Jazz Band Mable Wayne Sam Lewis /Joe Young `26 Berlin September 12, 1927 M-19382 Hom 4-2389  
7 All Day Long AB acc. by own ukulele, Edgar Adeler (pno.) SamueL Richard Gaines D.Stevens `27 Berlin September 22, 1927 M-19413-1 Hom 4-2414 the record label shows "Al Day Long". C. September, 1927
8 I'm Looking For A Bluebird, (To Chase The Blues Away) AB acc. by own ukulele, Edgar Adeler (pno.) Fred Rich Blanche Merrill `1921 Berlin September 22, 1927 M-19414-1 Hom 4-2414  
9 Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan) AB acc. by own tenor banjo, Edgar Adeler (pno.) Peter DeRos /Harry Richman Jo Trent `26 Berlin September 22, 1927 M-19436-1 Hom 4-2411  
10 Dream Of You, A AB acc. by own tenor banjo, Edgar Adeler (pno.) Baron Hate/ Edgar Adeler w/m `1924 Berlin September 22, 1927 M-19437-1 Hom 4-2411  
11 I'm Alone In Athlone Fred Bird (AB?) Fred Rich Blanche Merrill `1921 Berlin September 23, 1927 M-19444 Hom 4-2418 Acc. by own gtr.-I, bjo.-2, Fred Bird [MH:&another](vln.), Edgar Adeler (pno.), [MH:&unkown (chimes)]
12 Because I Love You Fred Bird Irving Berlin`26 w/m Berlin September 23, 1927 M-19445 Hom 4-2418 AB - g; Fred Bird - Violin; Edgar Adeler - p.
13 Sunny Disposish George Carhart's New Yorkers Jazz Orchestra Philip Charig Ira Gershwin `26 Berlin September 28, 1927 M-19451 Hom 4-2420  
14 Song Of The Wanderer Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Neil Moret (aka:Chas.Daniels w/m `26 Berlin Various dates for these sessions. c. May 1927, c. July 1927 (Brian Rust who later said the date was wrong). Most likely: c. September-October 1927 592bd; B-41819R&B-41819 M both sound the same DG 21034, Pol 21034 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax); Charlie Vidal (clarinet, alto sax); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (banjo); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (ukulele or muted tenor banjo). It is probably Al Bowlly who plays a brief fourteen-bar ukulele or muted tenor banjo solo on Song of the wanderer while Engelen plays rhythm banjo throughout.
15 Muddy Water Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Peter DeRos /Harry Richman Jo Trent `26 Berlin c September-October 1927 593bd; B-41821 DG 21035, Pol 21035 As above. No vocals, instrumental. Al may well play banjo/guitar
16 Hallelujah Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Vincent Youmans Leo Robin /Cliff Grey 1927 Berlin c September-October 1927 599bd; B-41820&B-41820M both sound the same DG 21034 Pol 21034 Pol W-103 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax); Charlie Vidal (alto sax); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); unknown (rhumba gourds). Instrumental. Al may well play banjo/guitar. (Australian pressings often are names Syncopators instead of Syncop's)
17 Miss Annabelle Lee Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Sid Clare/Lew Pollack and Harry Richman w/m `27 Berlin c September-October 1927 600bd; B-41823 DG 21036, Pol 21036 AB may well play banjo/guitar
18 Memphis Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Joe Tarto w/m `26/27 Berlin c September-October 1927 601bd; B-41824 DG 21036 Pol 21036 Unconfirmed. Al may well play banjo/guitar
19 Rio Rita Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Harry Tierney Joe McCarthy `27 Berlin c September-October 1927 602bd; B-41825 602bd;B-1825M DG 21037, Pol 21037 Unconfirmed. Al may well play banjo/guitar
20 I'm Looking For A Girl Named Mary Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Sam H.Stept w/m `26 Berlin c September-October 1927 603bd; B-41822 DG 21035, Pol 21035 Unconfirmed. Al may well play banjo/guitar
21 Cheritza Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Louis Breau Tom Ford / Irving Bibo `26 Berlin c September-October 1927 604bd; B-41826604bd; B-41826M DG 21037, Pol 21037 Unconfirmed. Al may well play banjo/guitar No vocal on either
22 Ain't She Sweet? Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Milton Ager Jack Yellen `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 648bd; B-41855 Pol + DG 21095 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet); Egide van Gils (piano, glockenspiel); Mike Engelen (banjo, guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums). instrumental, AB possibly on banjo
23 Do The Black Bottom With Me Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Geo W.Meyer `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 649bd; B-41857 Polydor + DG 21096 instrumental, AB possibly on banjo
24 Ain't She Sweet? Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Milton Ager Jack Yellen `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 681bd; B-41887 DG 21124, Pol 21124 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax, violin); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet-2); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (banjo, guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal).
25 Do The Black Bottom With Me Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Geo W.Meyer `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 682bd; B-41883 DG 21122, Pol 21122 Bowlly vocal
26 Souvenirs Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Horatio Nicholls (aka:Lawrence. Wright) Edgar Leslie `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 684bd; B-41884 DG 21122, Pol 21122, Pol W-104 Polydor 10076 (Japan)? Bowlly vocal
27 Since I Found You Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Sidney Clare / Harry Woods w/m `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 691bd; B-41889 DG 21125, Pol 21125 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (banjo, guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal).
28 Who-Oo? You-Oo, That's Who! Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Milton Ager Jack Yellen `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 693bd; B-41895 DG 21128, Pol 21128 Bowlly Vocal
29 Rosy Cheeks Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Harry Squires Richard E. Whiting / Seymour Simons Berlin c. September-October 1927 694bd; B-41893 DG 21127, Pol 21127 Bowlly Vocal
30 Roses For Remembrance Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Gus Kahn / Loyal Curtis w/m `26 Berlin c. September-October 1927 695bd; B-41896 DG 21128, Pol 21128 Bowlly Vocal
31 Why Don't You Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra (Raymond Klages / Lange) w/m `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 700bd DG 21123, Pol 21123, Polydor 41885 AB possibly on banjo. In a listing by Horst P. J. Bergmeier and Rainer E. Lotz, it mentions Bowlly vocal. No vocal heard on this version, so perhaps another take may have Bowlly vocal
32 I'm Coming, Virginia Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Donald Heywood Will Marion Cook `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 701bd; B-41890 DG 21125, Pol 21125 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal).
33 It All Depends On You Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Ray Henderson / Lew Brown B.G.DeSylva `25 Berlin c. September-October 1927 702bd; B-41888 DG 21124, Pol 21124 As above
34 Me And My Shadow Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Al Jolson / Dave Dryer Billy Rose `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 718bd B41899 A DG 21130, Pol 21130 Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor sax, violin); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal).
35 Are You Happy? Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Milton Ager Jack Yellen `1927 Berlin c. September-October 1927 719bd B41990 DG 21130, Pol 21130 As above
36 My Regular Girl Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Harry Warren Bud Green `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 721bd or 722bd DG 21132, Pol 21132 As above
37 Maybe I Will Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Harold Orlob Irv.Caesar/Desmond Carter `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 722bd or 721bd DG 21132 Pol 21132 As Above
38 I'm Walking On Air Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Dan Dougherty Wm Tracey `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 723bd DG 21131, Pol 21131 As above
39 Sometimes I'm Happy Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Vincent Youmans`1923/25/27 Leo Robin /Cliff Grey/Irv Caesar Berlin c. September-October 1927 734bd DG 21127, Pol 21127, Pol W-103 oz Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax, violin); Charlie Vidal (alto sax); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums, glockenspiel); Al Bowlly (vocal)
40 Ain't That A Grand And Glorious Feeling Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Milton Ager Jack Yellen `27 Berlin c. September-October 1927 735bd DG 21135, Pol 21135, Pol W-102 oz As Above
41 Sweet Marie Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Rose Franke Berlin c. September-October 1927 736bd DG 21134, Pol 21134 As Above
42 Take Your Finger Out Of Your Mouth Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Duke Yellman(label: Duke Johmann) Joe Schuster `26 Berlin c. September-October 1927 740bd DG 21134, Pol 21134 Polydor 21095 OZ Arthur Briggs (trumpet); Heinz Müller (trombone); Mario Scanavino (tenor and alto sax, violin); Charlie Vidal (alto sax, clarinet); Egide van Gils (piano); Mike Engelen (guitar); Hans Holdt (tuba); Chappy Orlay (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal)
43 Little White House, The (there is a little white house) Arthur Brigg's Savoy Syncop's Orchestra Eddie Dowling / James F.Hanley w/m `26 Berlin c. September-October 1927 742bd DG 21135, Pol 21135, Pol W-104 As above
44 When You Played The Organ And I Sang `The Rosary' AB acc. by own steel gtr., Heinz Lewy (pno.) Edgar Leslie / Jos.Gilbert w/m `27 Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19566 Hom 4-2459 Acc. by own steel gtr, with Heinz Lewy (pno.)
45 Rosy Cheeks AB acc. by own gtr., Heinz Lewy (pno.) Harry Squires Mitch Parish / Eleanor Young`21 Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19567 Hom 4-2460 Acc. by own guitar, with Heinz Lewy (pno.)
46 Positively-Absolutely AB acc. by Heinz Lewy (pno.) Sam Coslow /Jean Herbert w/m `27 Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19568 Hom 4-2461  
47 Dear Little Gadabout AB acc. by own uke., Heinz Lewy (pno.) ? Unknown w/m `27 ? Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19569 Hom 4-2459  
48 My Regular Girl AB acc. by own gtr., Heinz Lewy (pno.) Harry Warren Bud Green `27 Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19570 Hom 4-2461 AB - tenor g; Heinz Lewy - p; label shows "My Regual Gal".
49 Ev'ry Little Thing I Do AB acc. by Heinz Lewy (pno.) N.P.Hackforth w/m `27 Berlin November 18, 1927 M-19571 Hom 4-2460  
50 Dawn Of Tomorrow Rene Dumont Jazz Band Jeanne Gravelle / Joe Green w/m `27 Berlin c.December1927 1222bd DG 21365, Pol 21365  
51 While The Others Are Dancing Rene Dumont Jazz Band Sammy Fain / Roy Heindorf Francis Wheeler)Irv Kahal c.`28 Berlin c.December 1927 1223bd DG 21365, Pol 21365  
52 Rio Rita Fred Bird, Salon Symphonic Jazz Band Harry Tierney Jos McCarthy `27 Berlin c. December1927 M-19748-1 Hom 4-2496  
53 Souvenirs Fred Bird, Salon Symphonic Jazz Band Horatio Nicholls (aka:Law.Wright Edgar Leslie `27 Berlin c. December1927 M-19749 Hom 4-2496  
54 I Love No-One But You John Abriani's Six (O.P.Milde?) Phil/ Spitalny w/m `27 Berlin January 17, 1928 M-19826 Hom 4-2514 Unidentified personnel, possibly including Arthur Briggs (trumpet), Ferri Juza (trombone), (reeds), Helmuth Wernicke (piano), Felice Abriani (banjo), Al Bowlly (vocal), Fred Brownwood (drums), John(Giovanni) Abriani (bandleader, saxophonist, and violinist)
55 My Blue Heaven John Abriani's Six Walter Donaldson George Whiting Berlin January 17, 1928 M-19827-1 Hom 4-2511, Hom 4-2611 As above
56 Just Once Again John Abriani's Six Walter Donaldson / Paul Ash w/m `27 Berlin January 17, 1928 M-19828 Hom 4-2512, Hom 4-2613 Label says, Just One Again
57 Shady Tree, A John Abriani's Six Walter Donaldson w/m `27 Berlin January 18, 1928 M-19829 Hom 4-2511, Hom 4-2613 As above
58 Are You Thinking Of Me Tonight? John Abriani's Six Benny Davis Harry Akst / L.Wolfe Gilbert `27 Berlin January 18, 1928 M-19830 Hom 4-2612 As above
59 My Regular Girl John Abriani's Six Harry Warren Bud Green `27 Berlin January 18, 1928 M-19831 Hom 4-2512, Hom 4-2611 M-19831 has a spoken introduction by AB - 'Hello everybody, Abriani speaking, we thank you for your kind attention.'
60 Say It With A Red, Red Rose John Abriani's Six Jesse Greer / Lee David Billy Rose /Harry Tobias `27 Berlin January 18, 1928 M-19835–2 Hom 4-2524 4–2612 As above
61 All I Want Is You John Abriani's Six Harry Akst / Benny Davis / Sidney Clare   Berlin January 20, 1928 M-19840 Hom 4-2532 Unconfirmed.
62 Can't You Hear Me Say `I Love You'? John Abriani's Six Burton Brown / Chas Derickson Frank Skinner `27 Berlin January 20, 1928 M-19841 Hom 4-2532 As above
63 Side By Side Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Harry Woods w/m `27 Berlin c. May1928 552bh-iv DG 21605, Pol 21605 Arthur Briggs or Wilbur Curtz (tp), Mike Polzer (tb)?, Billy Barton (cl,as), Billy Bartholomew (cl,as,ldr), 2 ? (ts,bar), Edgar Adeler (p)?, Mike Danzi (bj,g), ? (b), Charlie Hersdorf (d)?, Al Bowlly (v). Duet with possibly Billy Bartholomew or Heinz Wernicke. B50328
64 Sorry Billy Bartholomew's Delphoans Howard Quicksell w/m `27 Berlin c. May1928 634br-2 DG 21607, Pol 21607 As above
65 Hallelujah Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Vincent Youmans Leo Robin /Cliff Grey 1927 Berlin June/July 1928 333br-2 DG 21604, French Pol 21604  
66 Under The Moon Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Evelyn Hiller /Ted Snyder/Frank Wheeler w/m `27 Berlin June/July 1928 334br-2 DG 21604, Pol 21604 AB&Billy Bartholomew
67 Little Girl, A Little Boy, A Little Moon, A Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Robert King / Harry Warren w/m `27 ? Berlin June/July 1928 336br-2 DG 21605, Pol 21605  
68 C'est Vous Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Abner Greenberg / Abner Silver Harry Richman `27 Berlin June/July 1928 635br-2 DG 21596, Pol 21596  
69 After My Laughter Came Tears Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Jazzband Roy Turk C.Tobias / R.Turk `28 Berlin June/July 1928 654br-2 DG 21599, Pol 21599  
70 Changes Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Jazzband Walter Donaldson w/m `27 Berlin June/July 1928 655br-2 DG 21599, Pol 21599  
71 Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi, The Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Jazzband Byron D. Stokes / F. Dudleigh Vernor 1914 Berlin June/July 1928 697br-2 DG 21595, Pol 21595  
72 I Wonder Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Jazzband Davis/ Silver/ Pinkard   Berlin June/July 1928 698br-2 DG 21596, Pol 21596  
73 Beloved Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Jazzband Gus Kahn / Joe Sanders w/m `28 Berlin June/July 1928 741br-2 Pol 21663 DG 21663, Bowlly vocal on Beloved. Other side Rain, No vocal
74 When Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Razah / Suhaler / Johnson   Berlin June/July 1928 742br-2 DG 21654, Pol 21654  
75 Henry's Made A Lady Out Of Lizzie Billy Bartholomew's Delphians Walter O'Keefe w/m `28 Berlin c. May 1928   DG 21654, Pol 21654 Unconfirmed
76 Good News, Just Imagine Fred Elizalde & his Music Ray Henderson B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown `27 London July 25, 1928 No Matrix # Brunswick 189 Bowlly's first recording in London. Fred Elizalde And His Music. Rudolf Steiner Hall, London, c. July 25, 1928. Fred Elizalde-a-dir., Chelsea Quealey-Norman Payne-Nobby Knight-t/Bobby Davis-cl-ss-as/Harry Hayes-cl-as/Rex Owen-Jack Miranda-George Smith-ts/Adrian Rollini-bsx-gfs-hfp/George Hurley-Ben Frankel-Len Lees-vn/Jack Russin-p/Len Fillis-g/Mario Lorenzi-harp/Tiny Stock-bb-sb/Ronnie Gubertini-d/ Al Bowlly-Vocals
77 Wherever You Are Fred Elizalde & his Music (Downling / Hanley) w/m `28 London July 25, 1928 No Matrix # Brunswick 189 As above
78 After My Laughter Came Tears Fred Elizalde & his Music Roy Turk C.Tobias / R.Turk `28 London July 25, 1928 No Matrix # Brunswick Rejected As above
79 Sweet Ukulele Maid Trix Sisters (Helen & Josephine) Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `28 ? London November 6, 1928 WA-8068-2 Col 5149 Acc. by Len Fillis (gtr.), Helen Trix (pno.) AB (uke.). No Bowlly vocal
80 Sometimes Van Phillips ahb Fred Elizalde / Seeley w/m `28 London November 12, 1928 A-8089-1 Col 5209  
81 If I Had You Fred Elizalde & his Music Ted Shapiro /J.Campbell Reg Connelly `28 London November 21, 1928 BB-146-1 Brunswick 3948 Fred Elizalde-a-dir., Chelsea Quealey-Norman Payne-Nobby Knight-t/Bobby Davis-cl-ss-as/Harry Hayes-cl-as/Rex Owen-Jack Miranda-ts/Adrian Rollini-bsx-gfs-hfp/George Hurley-Ben Frankel-Len Lees-vn/Jack Russin-p/Len Fillis-g/Mario Lorenzi-harp/Tiny Stock-bb-sb/Ronnie Gubertini-d/ Al Bowlly-vocals
82 Misery Farm Fred Elizalde & his Music Jay Wallis / Dunbar Carey w/m `29 London December 28, 1928 BB-170-3 Brunswick 206 As above
83 I'm Sorry, Sally Fred Elizalde & his Music Ted Fiorito Gus Kahn `28 London December 28, 1928 BB-171-1-3 Brunswick 206 Take 1 and 3. As above
84 Aloha Oe Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Queen Lydia Liliuokalani 1878 N.L.Sissle 1915 London January 23, 1929 WA 8417-1 Regal G-9287 Australian Regal G-20484 pseudonym for guitarist Len Fillis. Len Fillis-Al Bowlly-g, Eric Siday?-vn
85 O Sole Mio Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players     London January 23, 1929 WA 8418-1-2 Regal Unissued As above
86 Sweet And Low Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players     London January 23, 1929 WA 8419-1-2 Regal Unissued As above
87 Kilima Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players     London January 23, 1929 WA 8420-1 Regal G-9287 Australian Regal G-20484 pseudonym for guitarist Len Fillis. Len Fillis-Al Bowlly-g, Eric Siday?-vn
88 What A Wonderful Wedding That Will Be Len Fillis's Entertainers Sammy Fain Irving Kahal & Francis Wheeler London February 15, 1929 WA-8279-4 Col 5328 Len Fillis-Al Bowlly-g, ?Van Phillips-cl, Arthur Lally-bar, Eric Siday-vn, Sid Bright-p, ?Rudy Starita-d, Harry Jacobson-vocal
89 When The Lilac Blooms Again Percival Mackey & his Concert Orchestra Franz Doelle /Fritz Rotter w/m `28 &`29 London c. April 1929 1782-1 Piccadilly 288, Curry 288 Bowlly vocal
90 Up In The Clouds Percival Mackey & his Concert Orchestra Harry Ruby Bert Kalmar `27 London c. April 1929 1783-1 Piccadilly Rejected Test pressing of Take 1 does exist
91 Up In The Clouds Percival Mackey & his Concert Orchestra Harry Ruby Bert Kalmar `27 London c. April 1929 1783-2 Piccadilly 264, Metropole 1141, Octacros 291, Curry 264 Piccadilly 264 as The Ever-Bright Boys; 1784 Metropole rejected - test pressings exist?
92 Singapore Sorrows Fred Elizalde & his Music Le Soir / Doll   London April 12, 1929 E-2403-2 Parlophone R-1201 MUSIC directed and arranged by Fred Elizalde. Chelsea Quealey-Norman Payne-Nobby Knight-t, Frank Coughlan-tb, Max Farley-cl-as-f, Bobby Davis-Phil Cardew-cl-as, Fud Livingston-Arthur Rollini-ts, Adrian Rollini-bsx, George Hurley-Ben Frankel-Len Lees-vn, Billy Mason-p, Jack Hull-bj, Al Bowlly-g, Mario Lorenzi-harp, Tiny Stock-sb, Ronnie Gubertini-d
93 Nobody's Sweetheart Fred Elizalde & his Music Kahn / Erman / Meyer / Schoebel   London April 12, 1929 E-2404-1 Parlophone R-1201 smaller group consisting of Chelsea Quealey-t, Max Farley-cl-as, Bobby Davis-cl-as, Fud Livingston-ts, Adrian Rollini-bsx, Billy Mason-p, Al Bowlly-g, Tiny Stock-sb, Ronnie Gubertini-d, Fred Elizalde-p
94 Aloha Land Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Herzer   London May 15, 1929 WA-9018-3 Regal G-9361 Australian Regal G-20549 "Linn Milford" is Len Fillis, the South African-born guitarist and banjoist). No Vocals
95 Honeymoon Chimes Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Mary Earl / Lew Brown w/m `22 London May 15, 1929 WA-9019 Regal G-9362 Regal G-20550 OZ "Linn Milford" is Len Fillis, Al Bowlly Vocals)
96 Kawaihau, Waltz Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Traditional Hawaiian Air   London May 15, 1929 WA-9020 Regal G-9362 "Linn Milford" is Len Fillis, the South African-born guitarist and banjoist).
97 Hawaiian Hotel Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Nainas   London May 15, 1929 WA-9021-1 Regal G-9361, Australian Regal G-20549 "Linn Milford" is Len Fillis, the South African-born guitarist and banjoist). No Vocals
98 Anita Len Fillis (banjo, Hawaiian gtr.), Al Bowlly (gtr), Sid Bright (pno.) Pollack / Clare w/m `21 London c. June 1929 WA-9103 Col 5698 No vocal
99 Kalua Len Fillis (banjo, Hawaiian gtr.), Al Bowlly (gtr), Sid Bright (pno.) ? Jerome Kern w/m `29 London c. June 1929   Col Rejected  
100 Playmates Len Fillis (banjo, steel gtr.), AB (gtr), Sid Bright (pno.) Jas.Dietrich /Larry Spier /Sam Coslow`28 w/m `1894 /1920/`25/`28/`40 London c. June 1929   Col Rejected Non vocal Test Pressing exists, AB present on guitar
101 Carolina Moon Len Fillis Novelty Quartet Davis / Burke   London July 4, 1929 WA-9240 Col 5522 the Quartet is descrbed as Hawaiian Guitar, Tenor Guitar, Violin and Piano so suggested personnel is Fillis, Bowlly, unknown, Bright.
102 Tu Sais George Metaxa Serge Walters / Eddy.Ervande Gartman w/m `28 London September 16, 1929 Bb-17352-2 HMV B-3164 George Metaxa (Vocals), Sylvester Ahola (trumpet), AB (guitar) Not confirmed, but listed by Dick Hill in his Sylvester Ahola discography as possible
103 Pagan Love Song George Metaxa Nacio Herb Brown Art Freed `29 London September 16, 1929 Bb-17353-2 HMV B-3164 George Metaxa (Vocals), Sylvester Ahola (trumpet), AB (guitar) Not confirmed, but listed by Dick Hill in his Sylvester Ahola discography as possible
104 Pagan Love Song, The Honolulu Serenaders Nacio Herb Brown Art Freed `29 London c. November 1929 1577-2 Dominion A-219 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis band
105 This Is Heaven Honolulu Serenaders Harry Akst Jack Yellen `29 London c. November 1929 1578-1 Dominion A-242 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis band
106 S'posin' I Should Fall In Love With You Honolulu Serenaders Paul Denniker Andy Razaf `29 London c. November 1929 1579-1 Dominion A-242, Diamond 104 Duet with Les Allen Diamond 104 is a Worldecho-type cardboard disc by The Beachcomers (sic). Len Fillis band
107 Lay My Head Beneath A Rose Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers G.Falkenstein W.Madison `26 London November 5, 1929 A-9714-1 Regal G-9442, Regal G-20654  
108 Last Night I Dreamed You Kissed Me Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Carmen Lombardo Gus Kahn `28 London November 5, 1929 A-9717-1 Regal G-9442, Regal G-20654  
109 After The Sun Kissed The World Goodbye Fred Elizalde's Rhythmicians, directed by Adrian Rollini Austen Croom-Johnson w/m `29 London December 4, 1929 3262 Metropole 1241, Octacros 367 Norman Payne-Nobby Knight-t, Jack Collins-tb, Max Farley-Bobby Davis-cl-as, Arthur Rollini-ts, Adrian Rollini-bsx, Billy Mason-p, Al Bowlly-g-vocal, Ronnie Gubertini-d
110 If Anything Happened To You Fred Elizalde's Rhythmicians, directed by Adrian Rollini G.Stevens ? w/m `29 London December 4, 1929 3263 Metropole 1241, Octacros 367  
111 Old Italian Love Song, An Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Ch.Harrison/W.Hirsch / Harry Sosnik /E.C.Keithley (all) `29 London January 24, 1930 A-9994-1 Regal MR-28  
112 Love Made A Gypsy Out Of Me Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers A.F.Phillips/Harry De Costa/L.Zimmerman w/m `29 London January 24, 1930 A-9995-1,-2 Regal Rejected  
113 Waiting At The End Of The Road Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Irving Berlin w/m `29 London January 24, 1930 A-9996-1,-2 Regal Rejected  
114 In The Moonlight Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Jimmy McHugh Mills. w/m `29 London January 24, 1930 A-9997-1 Regal MR-28 Duet with Les Allen.
115 Rio Rita Jay Wilbur ahb Harry Tierney Joe McCarthy `27 London c.February, 1930 1634-2 Dominion A-246 This item is not certainly by AB; it has a vocal duet between Cavan O'Connor and another voice that sounds very much like AB's. No other titles from this session have so far been found
116 Silv'ry Moon Honolulu Serenaders Frank / Al Frazzini w/m `29 London c. March 1930 1717-1 Dominion C-319, Celebrity 4390 The Brooklyn Broadcasters(Dominion C-303) Celebrity 4390 as The Hawaiian Octet.Len Fillis
117 Happy Days Are Here Again Brooklyn Broadcasters Milton Ager Jack Yellen `29 London c. March 1930 1718-2 Dominion C-303 Celebrity 4377 Len Fillis. Celebrity as California Revellers
118 Gypsy Dream Rose Honolulu Serenaders Myer Gusman Jas.Kendis / Fr.Samuels `29 London c. March 1930 1721-1 Dominion C-319, Celebrity 4390 Len Fillis. Celebrity 4390 as Hawaiian Octette
119 Silv'ry Moon Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players Al Frazzini w/m `29 London c. March 1930 S-759-1 L330 Sterno 406 Solex 6 8" Solex as The Hawaiian Players
120 Land Of The Might-Have-Been Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players E.Adeler w/m `30 London c. March 1930 S-760 L331 Sterno 594 Solex 6 8" Solex as The Hawaiian Players
121 Somehow Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players Alan B.Richardson-Hackforth on label w/m `27 London c. March 1930 S-761 Sterno 429  
122 Lazy Lou'siana Moon Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players Walter Donaldson w/m `30 London c. March 1930 S-763-1 Sterno 406  
123 Gypsy Dream Rose Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Myer Gusman Jas.Kendis / Fr.Samuels `29 London March 7, 1930 WAR-36-1 Regal Rejected  
124 Silvery Moon Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Al Frazzini / deFrank / Shephard w/m `29 London March 7, 1930 WAR-37-1 Regal MR-79, Len Fillis
125 Ou Kaapstad Is Mij Hemel-Land (Old Cape Town Is My Homeland) AB acc. by Gideon Fagan (pno.) Gideon Fagan w/m `30 Hayes June 10, 1930 Bb-19460-1-2 HMV Rejected Sung in Afrikaans
126 Sy's In Die Pad (You're In The Way) AB acc. by Gideon Fagan (pno.) Gideon Fagan w/m `30 Hayes June 10, 1930 Bb-19461-3 HMV FJ-123 Sung in Afrikaans
127 Alleenig AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble ? w/m about 1746 Dutch S.Africa Hayes June 30, 1930 Bb-19493-1-2 HMV FJ-100 AB - g; Gideon Fagan - p; Sung in Afrikaans
128 Sy's Mij Klein Liefie (She's My Little Sweetheart) AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Gideon Fagan w/m `30 Hayes June 30, 1930 Bb-19494-1,-2,-3 HMV FJ-109 Sung in Afrikaans AB - g; Gideon Fagan - p; sung in Afrikaans.
129 Sunshine AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Jerome Kern 1925 Otto Harbach /O.Hammerstein Hayes June 30, 1930 Bb-19495-1 HMV Rejected AB - g; Gideon Fagan - p; test in English.
130 Every Little Kindness (Makes An Angel Smile) Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Lew Macaire w/m `30 London July 2, 1930 WAR-234-1 Regal MR-197, Regal G-20979 Duet with Les Allen.
131 My Angel Mother Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers H.Leon /D.Silver / M.Beresford w/m `29 London July 2, 1930 WAR-235-2 Regal MR-128, Regal G-20825 Duet with Les Allen.
132 Golden Gates Of Paradise, The Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers H.Verrill w/m `31 London July 2, 1930 WAR-236-2 Regal MR-128, Regal G-20825 Duet with Les Allen.
133 Hymns My Mother Used To Sing, The Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Singers Frank Langford /Frank Gee-Fort w/m 1911 London July 2, 1930 WAR-237-1 Regal MR-197, Regal G-20979  
134 Sunshine AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Jerome Kern 1925 Otto Harbach /O.Hammerstein Hayes July 14, 1930 Bb-19495-2 HMV FJ-133  
135 Banditlied (The Prisoner's Song) AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Guy Massey w/m 1924 Hayes July 14, 1930 Bb-19552-2 HMV FJ-133 Sung in Afrikaans
136 Die Lensam Weg (Lonesome Road, The) AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Nat Shilkret Gene Austin `28 Hayes July 14, 1930 Bb-19553-1 HMV FJ-97 Sung in Afrikaans
137 Kleine Maat (Little Pal) AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Ray Henderson (right comp ? A.Jolson/ De Sylva /L.Brown`28 Hayes July 14, 1930 Bb-19554-1 HMV FJ-97 Sung in Afrikaans
138 Ou Kaapstad Is Mij Hemel-Land AB acc. by small orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Gideon Fagan wm c.1929 Hayes July 14, 1930 Bb19555-2 HMV FJ-100 Sung in Afrikaans. Al Bowlly acc. Own guitar, Albert Diggenhof-p.
139 Allah's Holiday Night Club Kings Rudolf Friml Otto Harbach 1916 Hayes July 17, 1930 Bb-19913-1-2-3 HMV rejected A Ray Noble's house recording combination
140 Whispering Night Club Kings John Schonberger `20 M.S./R.Coburn /V.Rose Hayes July 17, 1930 Bb-19914-1-2-3 HMV rejected A Ray Noble's house recording combination
141 Give Me Back My Heart Night Club Kings ? Ivor Novello w/m `29 Hayes July 17, 1930 Bb-19915-1-2 HMV rejected A Ray Noble's house recording combination
142 On The Sunny Side Of The Street Aldwych Players Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `30 London August 2, 1930 945-1 Victory 253 Directed by Jay Wilbur
143 Sweepin' The Clouds Away Aldwych Players Sam Coslow w/m `30 London August 2, 1930 946-1 Victory 254 Directed by Jay Wilbur
144 Song Of The Dawn Aldwych Players Milton Ager Jack Yellen `30 London August 2, 1930 948-2 Victory 252 Directed by Jay Wilbur. With chorus.
145 Dancing With Tears In My Eyes Aldwych Players Joe Burke Al Dubin `30 London August 2, 1930 949-1-2 Victory 255 Directed by Jay Wilbur. Both takes issued.
146 Bench In The Park, A Harry Hudson's Melody Men Milton Ager Jack Yellen `30 London c. September 1930 12964-1-2 EBW 5160 Harry Hudson (vocals, director); Murray Dempsey, Max Goldberg (trumpets); Ben Oakley (trombone); Sid Phillips (clarinet, alto/baritone sax); Ken Warner (soprano/alto sax); George Melachrino (clarinet/ tenor sax); John Paques (piano); Bill Herbert (banjo/guitar); Bill Busby (bass); Sam Webber (drums); Les Allen, Al Bowlly (vocals). Duet with Les Allen; both takes believed issued under the same catalogue number
147 Happy Feet Harry Hudson's Melody Men Milton Ager Jack Yellen `30 London c. September 1930 12965-1 EBW 5160 Duet with Les Allen. As above
148 Blue Is The Night Paramount Rhythm Boys Fred Fisher w/m `30 London c. September 1930 12966-1-2 EBW 5161 Duet with Les Allen; both takes issued. Harry Hudson as above
149 Cheer Up And Smile Paramount Rhythm Boys Con Conrad Jack Meskill `30 London c. September 1930 12967-1-2 EBW 5161 Duet with Les Allen; both takes were issued under the same catalogue number. Harry Hudson as above.
150 Falling In Love Again Al Vocale & his Crooners Fred Hollander Sammy Lerner London c. September 1930 89867-2 EBR 1389 This, according to Edgar Jackson, in The Gramophone magazine November 1930, is a pseudonym for Len Fillis. Mr Jackson quotes the full personnel of the group, including Al Bowlly and Les Allen as the vocalists. Len Fillis (gtr), Arthur Young (p), Ted Edbrook (vio)
151 Say A Little Prayer For Me Al Vocale & his Crooners Horatio Nicholls Jos.Geo.Gilbert `30 London c. September 1930 89868-2 EBR 1416 Duet with Les Allen
152 One Night Alone With You Al Vocale & his Crooners Andrew Jeffrey / Jon Greenhalgh w/m `30 London c. September 1930 89869-2 EBR 1389 Duet with Les Allen
153 Aloha Oe Hawaiian Quartet Queen Lydia Lilokalani 1878 N.L.Sissle 1915 London September 9, 1930 MB-1798-1,-2 Dec Rejected  
154 Goodbye To All That Hawaiian Quartet Harry S.Pepper w/m `30 London September 9, 1930 MB-1799-1,-2 Dec Rejected Duet with Les Allen
155 Rose Dreams Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players A.J.Stasny J.R.Shannon 1918 London September 19, 1930 WAR-325-2 Regal MR-216, Regal G-20931 Duet with Les Allen
156 Blue Pacific Moonlight Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Jack Payne Wallace Herbert `30 London September 19, 1930 WAR-326-2 Regal MR-187 Duet with Les Allen.
157 Here In My Heart Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `30 London September 19, 1930 WAR-327-2 Regal MR-187 Duet with Les Allen.
158 That Little Lock Of Hair Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Verrill   London September 19, 1930 WAR-328-2 Regal MR-216, Regal G-20931 Duet with Les Allen
159 There's A Stranger In Heaven Tonight Hawaiian Quartet V.Colville   London September 24, 1930 GB-1916-2 Dec F-1991 Duet with Les Allen.
160 Aloha Oe Hawaiian Quartet Queen Lydia Lilokalani 1878 (Traditional) N.L.Sissle 1915 London September 24, 1930 GB-1918-2 Dec F-2066 lenFillis(g) Duet with Les Allen
161 Goodbye To All That Honolulu Quartet Harry S.Pepper w/m `30 London September 24, 1930 GB-1919-1 Dec F-1958 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis group
162 Golden Gates Of Paradise, The Hawaiian Quartet H.Verrill w/m `31 London September 24, 1930 GB-1921-2 Dec F-1991  
163 Voetslaan Op Oom Jacob Se Leer (Climbing Up The Golden Stairs) AL Bowlly ? w/m Hayes October 10, 1930 Bb-20441-2 HMV FJ-103 Acc. by own gtr., unknown harmonica, concertina and violin.
164 Sal Die Engele Hul Harpe Speel Vir Mij?(Will The Angels Play Their Harps For Me?) AB acc. by own gtr., unknown harmonica, concertina and violin Monte Wilhite Walter Hirsch `28 Hayes October 10, 1930 Bb-20442-1-2? HMV FJ-103 AB - g; unknown harmonica, concertina and violin; sung in Afrikaans.
165 Daar Is Geen Ron In Die Hemel( There's no room in heaven) AB acc. by own gtr., unknown harmonica, concertina and violin ??   Hayes October 10, 1930 Bb-20443-2 HMV FJ-120 Sung in Afrikaans
166 Die Ou Lelie Vallei(The Old Lily Valley) AB acc. by own gtr., unknown harmonica, concertina and violin ?? ?? Hayes October 10, 1930 Bb-20444-2 HMV FJ-120 Sung in Afrikaans
167 Minnaarslaan (Sweetheart Lane) AB (as Jannie Viljoen)   ?? London October 13, 1930 GB-2049-1,-2,-3 Dec Rejected AB - g; probably Claude Ivy - p; sung in Taal dialect.
168 In Die Droomvallei (In The Valley Of Dreams) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) J.Mackey /E.Dawson /D.Inez w/m `30 London October 13, 1930 GB-2050-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr. and probably Claude Ivy (pno.)Sung in Taal dialect
169 Hoe Gaan Dit (How Do You Do?) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) ??   London October 13, 1930 GB-2051-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr. and probably Claude Ivy (pno.)Sung in Taal dialect
170 By Die Vaal Rivier (By The Vaal River) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) A.F. vd Merwe w/m `30 London October 13, 1930 GB-2052-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr. and probably Claude Ivy (pno.)Sung in Taal dialect
171 Great Day Alfredo And His Band Vincent Youmans Edw.Eliscu / Billy Rose `29 London October 17, 1930 13073-2 EBW 5187 Duet with Les Allen. Possible personelle: Alfie Noakes -t/ Richard McDonald -tb/ Claude Cavalotti -as/ Les Allen -ts/ Alfredo -vn/ Frank Walsh -p/ Mark Sheridan -bj-g/ Ron Garrison -bb/ Charles Harris-d.
172 Without A Song Alfredo And His Band Vincent Youmans Edw.Eliscu / Billy Rose `29 London October 17, 1930 13074-2 EBW 5187 Duet with Les Allen
173 Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight Alfredo And His Band Al Sherman / Al Lewis w/m `30 for From "The Big Pond" London October 17, 1930 13075-2 EBW 5188 Duet with Les Allen
174 You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me Alfredo And His Band Sam Fain/Pierre NormanConnor Irv Kahal `30 London October 17, 1930 13076-2 EBW 5188 Duet with Les Allen
175 Sleepy Head Al Vocale and his Crooners N.P.Hackforth   London c. Mid October 1930 13084 1-2 EBW 5189 Bowlly heard in chorus (Takes 1 and 2)
176 That's My Song Of Love Al Vocale and his Crooners L.Fillis / V.Colville   London c. Mid October 1930 13085-2 EBW 5189 Duet with Les Allen
177 Waiting For That Thing Called Happiness Al Vocale&his Crooners W.L.Mayhew w/m `30 London c. Mid October 1930 89919-1 EBR 1416 Duet with Les Allen
178 Adeline Jay Wilbur ahb J.Gilbert / H.Nicholls w/m `31 + others `27 London October 28, 1930 5516-2-3 Imperial 2355 Two takes
179 Sy Was Arm Maar Sy Was Eirlik (She Was Poor But She Was Honest) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) Eddie Winston w/m `30 London October 30, 1930 FGB-2156-1,-2,-3 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr., probably Claude Ivy (pno.) and unknown concertina and harmonica.Sung in Afrikaans
180 Awend (Evening) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) ? A.F.vd Merwe w/m `30 London October 30, 1930 FGB-2157-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr., probably Claude Ivy (pno.) and unknown concertina and harmonica.Sung in Afrikaans
181 Woorhuis (Homestead) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) ?   London October 30, 1930 FGB-2158-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr., probably Claude Ivy (pno.) and unknown concertina and harmonica.
182 Ek Dink Altyd Aan Jou (I'm Forever Thinking Of You) AB (as Jannie Viljoen) ?? ?? London October 30, 1930 FGB-2159-1,-2 Dec Rejected Acc. by own gtr., probably Claude Ivy (pno.) and unknown concertina and harmonica.
183 Waiting for this thing called love Phantom Players W.L.Mayhew w/m `30 London November 3, 1930 GB-2175-2 Dec F-2078 "(Len Fillis and his Band, according to the original recording sheet)includes Len Fillis-g-str, Al Bowlly-g"
184 Dancing with the devil Phantom Players     London November 3, 1930 GB-2176-2 Dec F-2078 "(Len Fillis and his Band, according to the original recording sheet)includes Len Fillis-g-str, Al Bowlly -g, Ella Logan-v"
185 Lonely Little Vagabond Phantom Players A.Croom-Johnson / Len Fillis w/m `31 London November 3, 1930 GB-2177-2 Dec F-2144 "(Len Fillis and his Band, according to the original recording sheet)includes Len Fillis-g-str, Al Bowlly -g-v"
186 She's My Secret Passion Phantom Players Art Young Val Valentine `30 London November 3, 1930 GB-2178-1 Dec F-2144 "(Len Fillis and his Band, according to the original recording sheet)includes Len Fillis-g-str, Al Bowlly -g-v"
187 That's My Song Of Love Earl Melville&his Hawaiians L.Fillis / V.Colville   London November 5, 1930 3961-2 Piccadilly 673 AB&unknown Les Allen?
188 That Little Lock Of Hair (My Mother Gave To Me) Earl Melville & his Hawaiians H.Verrill   London November 5, 1930 3962- Piccadilly 673 AB&unknown . Les Allen?
189 She's My Secret Passion Earl Melville & his Hawaiians Art Young Val Valentine `30 London November 5, 1930 3963- Piccadilly 649 On label as "He's My Secret Passion"
190 Lonely Little Vagabond Earl Melville & his Hawaiians A.Croom-Johnson / Len Fillis/ P.Seeley w/m `31 London November 5, 1930 3964-2 Piccadilly 649  
191 There's A Stranger In Heaven Tonight Earl Melville & his Hawaiians V.Colville   London November 5, 1930 3965- Piccadilly 685  
192 Old Spanish Moon Hawaiian Serenaders Eddie Winston w/m `31 London November 13, 1930 1040-1 Victory 302 Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
193 Love Never Dies Hawaiian Serenaders Jimmy Kennedy / Eddie Winston w/m c.1931 London November 13, 1930 1041-2 Victory 297 As above
194 Why Did You Turn Me Down? Hawaiian Serenaders Haldor Lillenas w/m `31 London November 13, 1930 1042-1 Victory 300 As above
195 Lullaby Land Hawaiian Serenaders ?   London November 13, 1930 1043-1 NOT Victory 301 perhaps rejected Victory 301 features Albert Whelan (1051) and Billy Hayman (1060). As above
196 Lovebirds Are Better Than Bluebirds Hawaiian Serenaders Jimmy Kennedy / E.Winston w/m `31 London November 13, 1930 1044-1 Victory 298 As above
197 Headin' for Hollywood Hawaiian Serenaders ? ? London November 13, 1930 1054-1 Victory 303 As above
198 Sleepy Head Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players N.P.Hackforth w/m `26 London November 15, 1930 S-1154-1 Sterno 594 Duet with Les Allen.
199 With My Guitar And You Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players Ted Snyder Harris / Heyman `30 London November 15, 1930 S-1156-1 Sterno 604 Duet with Les Allen and another scatting.
200 Go Home And Tell Your Mother Edgar Adeler's Hawaiian Players Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `29 London November 15, 1930 S-1157-1 Sterno 604 Duet with Les Allen
201 Moonlight On The Colorado Ferrachini's Hawaiian Band Robt.King Billy Moll `30 London November 17, 1930 LO-797 Broadcast 2605, Broadcast 3018 Originally released on Broadcast Super Dance 2605 and then re-pressed after March 1931 when the new Broadcast 12 Super was introduced. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
202 Cuban Love Song Ferrachini's Hawaiian Band ? ? London November 17, 1930 LO-798 Broadcast 2605, Broadcast 3018 From 'Under the Palms'. As above
203 Kiss Waltz, The Waikiki Serenaders Joe Burke Al Dubin `30 London November 18, 1930 Z-1748 Broadcast 643 Unison 643 Duet with Les Allen Part of a special issue released on December 12, 1930.Broadcasts 643 and 644 are labelled THE WAIKIKI SERENADERS. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
204 With My Guitar And You Waikiki Serenaders Ted Snyder Harris / Hayman w/m `30 London November 18, 1930 Z-1749 Broadcast 643 Unison 643 Duet with Les Allen Part of a special issue released on December 12, 1930.Broadcasts 643 and 644 are labelled THE WAIKIKI SERENADERS. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
205 Bye, Bye, Blues Waikiki Serenaders B.Lown/C.Gray/D.Bennett/F.Hamm w/m `30 London November 18, 1930 Z-1750 Broadcast 644 French 2157 Duet with Les Allen; third voice in background. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
206 Old New England Moon Waikiki Serenaders Dave Vance / Geo P. Howard   London November 18, 1930 Z-1751 Broadcast 644 Unison 644 French 2157 Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-v
207 What A Perfect Night For Love Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra C.Lenzen / Al Cameron /Bontsema   London November 19, 1930 LO-801 Broadcast 2599 Marius B. Winter (director); Arthur Williams + another (trumpet, trombone); Hugh Tripp + another (clarinet, alto sax); Edgar Bracewell (clarinet, tenor sax); Ted Edbrooke + others (violin); Wally Wallond (piano); John Collins (guitar); Bob Lamonte (bass); Bill Airey-Smith (drums). London, February & March, 1931.
208 Beware Of Love Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Wm. Kernell w/m `30 London November 19, 1930 LO-802 Broadcast 2600 Duet with Les Allen. As above
209 I'm Telling The World She's Mine NMDO Peter Maurice w/m `30 London November 20, 1930 Bb-21005-2 HMV B-5940, Victor 24752 Victor as Ray Noble & His Orchestra. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and probably Norman Payne (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). The celeste may be played by Ray Noble. Small Queen’s Hall, London, November 20, 1930
210 How Could I Be Lonely? NMDO Peter Maurice w/m `30 London November 20, 1930 Bb-21006-1 HMV B-5940, Victor 24752 Victor as Ray Noble & His Orchestra. As above
211 She Walked Right Up And Took My Man Away Ella Logan L.Miles / B.Thompson / Spencer Williams ` w/m `23 London November 24, 1930 GB-2321-2 Dec F-2560 AB - g; humming by AB.
212 Nigger Blues AB acc. by own gtr Le Roy "Lasses" White w/m 1912 London November 24, 1930 GB-2322-2 Dec F-2560 AB - g; with interjections from Ella Logan and a second male voice scatting.
213 Frankie And Johnny Blues AB & Ella Logan Traditional   London November 24, 1930 GB-2323-1 Dec F-2206 AB - g.
214 By The Old Oak Tree AB & Ella Logan Percy Wenrich w/m `30 London November 24, 1930 GB-2324-2 Dec F-2206 AB - g; Claude Ivy - p.
215 Never Swat A Fly Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Ray Henderson B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown `30 London c. December 1930 .LO-820 Broadcast 2606 As above
216 Sunny Days Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `30 London c. December 1930 .LO-821 Broadcast 2607 AB & Marius B. Winter?. As above
217 Roamin' Thru' The Roses Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Peter DeRose Chas.O'Flynn `30 London c. December 1930 .LO-822 Broadcast 2607 As above
218 What A Perfect Night For Love The Blue Jays Peter Bontsema w/m `30 London c. December 1930 13163-1 EBW 5202 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
219 Free And Easy, The The Blue Jays Fred Ahlert Roy Turk `30 London c. December 1930 13164-2 EBW 5202 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
220 My Cradle Is The Desert Radio Melody Boys Horatio Nicholls W. May w/m `30 London c. December 1930 13165-1 EBW 5203 Duet with Les Allen. A Harry Hudson band
221 Japanese Dream, A Radio Melody Boys Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `29 London c. December 1930 13166-1 EBW 5203 Duet with Les Allen. A Harry Hudson band
222 Go Home And Tell Your Mother Harry Hudson's Melody Men Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `29 London c. December 1930 89958-2 EBR 1436 Duet with Les Allen
223 There's A Stranger In Heaven Tonight Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players V.Colville w/m London December 17, 1930 WAR-450-1 Regal MR-267, Regal G-20989 Duet with Les Allen.
224 Sleepy Head Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players N.P.Hackforth   London December 17, 1930 WAR-451 Regal MR-337 Duet with Les Allen.
225 In An Old Churchyard Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Miss L.Brown Jas.Greenhill 1876 London December 17, 1930 WAR-452-2 Regal MR-337 Duet with Les Allen.
226 Silver-Toned Chimes Of The Angelus, The Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly/ Wallace w/m `30 London December 17, 1930 WAR-453-2 Regal MR-267, Regal G-20989 Duet with Les Allen.
227 That's What Loneliness Means To Me Palm Beach Hawaiians Johnson / Lisbona   London December 18, 1930 GB-2415-2 Dec F-2246 Duet with Les Allen.
228 Farmyard Symphony, The Billy Hill & his Boys Malvern / Hill w/m `30 London December 18, 1930 GB-2416-2 Dec F-2172 With Les Allen; probably a Len Fillis session.
229 When Bill Malone Plays The Xylophone Billy Hill & his Boys ? Malvern /Hill /Jones w/m `30 ? London December 18, 1930 GB-2417-1,-2 Dec Rejected A test pressing of take 2 exists.
230 Village Jazz Band, The Billy Hill & his Boys Malvern / Hill / Edbrooks w/m `30 London December 18, 1930 GB-2418-2 Dec F-2172 With Les Allen; AB - s.
231 My Sunshine Came On A Rainy Day Radio Melody Boys Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `30 London December 30, 1930 89986-1 EBR 1447 Duet with Les Allen. A Harry Hudson band
232 Underneath The Spanish Stars Radio Melody Boys Jack Payne / Irv.King w/m `30 London December 30, 1930 89987-1 EBR 1447 A Harry Hudson band
233 Little Love Song, A The Blue Jays Horatio Nicholls / Leo Cochran w/m `30 London December 30, 1930 89988-2 EBR 1448 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
234 Okay, Baby The Blue Jays William Tracey / Maceo Pinkard `30 London December 30, 1930 89989-2 EBR 1448 Duet with Les Allen plus a third voice scatting. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
235 Underneath The Spanish Stars NMDO Jack Payne / Irv.King w/m `30 London December 31, 1930 Bb-21107-1 HMV B-5955 French B-5955 Ray Noble directing Bill Shakespeare and Jack Jackson (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet and alto saxophone); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Caner (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Billy Reid (piano-accordian); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, December 31, 1930.
236 Sunny Days NMDO Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `30 London December 31, 1930 Bb-21108-2 HMV B-5956 With Jack Jackson and chorus. As above
237 Make Yourself A Happiness Pie NMDO Frank Perkins / Nelson w/m `30 London December 31, 1930 Bb-21109-2 HMV B-5957 As above
238 Learn To Croon AB Art Johnston Sam Coslow `33 London January 3, 1931 GA-6452-1-2-3-4-5-6 Dec K-718 (unissued) "Al Bowlly Successes" medley; takes 3/4 and 5/6 were dubbed from 1/2 respectively; reverse side is "Elsie Carlisle Successes".
239 Memories Of You Roy Fox ahb Eubie Blake Andy Razaf `30 London January 5, 1931 GB-2498-2 Dec F-2194 Roy Fox (directing); Max Goldberg, Arthur Niblo (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Buddy Featherstonhaugh(tenor sax, clarinet); Ben Frankel (violin); Lew Stone (piano/arrangements); Spike Hughes (string bass); Doug Howson (drums), Al Bowlly (guitar). January 5, 1931. Label credit for vocal erroneously given to Kenneth Allen.Label credit for vocal erroneously given to Kenneth Allen.
240 You're Lucky To Me Roy Fox ahb Eubie Blake Andy Razaf `30 London January 5, 1931 GB-2499-1 Dec F-2194 As above. Label credit for vocal erroneously given to Kenneth Allen.
241 Thank Your Father Roy Fox ahb Ray Henderson `30 B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown London January 5, 1931 GB-2500-2 Dec F-2312 As above.Arrangement by Grossman
242 Old-Fashioned Girl The Blue Jays Ray Henderson B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown London January 9, 1931 90012-2 EBR 1456 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
243 Never Swat A Fly The Blue Jays Ray Henderson B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown `30 London January 9, 1931 90013-2 EBR 1456 Duet with Les Allen plus a third voice scatting during the vocal reprise. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
244 Sweet Jennie Lee Harry Hudson's Melody Men Walter Donaldson w/m `30 London January 9, 1931 90014-2 EBR 1458 Duet with Les Allen
245 You're Driving Me Crazy Harry Hudson's Melody Men Walter Donaldson w//m `30 London January 9, 1931 90015-2 EBR 1458 Duet with Les Allen
246 There's Something About An Old-Fashioned Girl Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Ray Henderson `30 B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown London January 13, 1931 LO-848 Broadcast 3003 As above
247 Okay, Baby Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra M.Pinkard / Wm.Tracey / Archie Bleyer `30 London January 13, 1931 LO-849-2 Broadcast 3004 Duet with Marius B. Winter. As above
248 Little Love Song, A Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Horatio Nicholls / Cochran w/m `30 London January 13, 1931 LO-850 Broadcast 3004 As above
249 Can't We Be Friends? Roy Fox ahb Kay Swift James Paul Warburg `29 London January 16, 1931 GB-2519-3 Dec F-2220 Roy Fox (cornet, director); Max Goldberg, Jack Jackson (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Buddy Featherstonhaugh(tenor sax); Ben Frankel (violin); Lew Stone (piano/arrangements)
250 My Bluebird Was Caught In The Rain Ferrachini's Hawaiian Band Max Rich H.Creamer `30 London January 17, 1931 LO-845 Broadcast 3008 Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-V
251 Somewhere In Old Wyoming Ferrachini's Hawaiian Band Peter DeRose C.Tobias / Archie Fletcher `30 London January 17, 1931 LO-846 Broadcast 3008 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g-V
252 Oh Donna Clara Waikiki Serenaders J.Peterburski Kennedy London January 17, 1931 Z-1831 Broadcast 673 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g
253 Nobody Cares If I'm Blue Waikiki Serenaders Harry Akst G.Clarke `29 London January 17, 1931 Z-1832 Broadcast 673 Duet with Les Allen. Len Fillis-stg dir. Nat Star-cl/Ted Edbrooke-vn/Sid Bright-p/Al Bowlly-g
254 Somewhere In Old Wyoming Palm Beach Hawaiians Peter DeRose Charlie Tobias London January 23, 1931 GB-2545-1 Dec F-2213 Duet with Les Allen (erroneous writing credits on label)
255 Oh! Donna Clara Palm Beach Hawaiians J.Peterburski Kennedy / Beda `31 London January 23, 1931 GB-2546-2 Dec F-2213 Duet with Les Allen
256 Hurt Palm Beach Hawaiians Harold Solomon Al Piantadosi London January 23, 1931 GB-2548-1 Dec F-2317  
257 Wedding Bells Are Ringing For Sally Roy Fox ahb Al Sherman (score `30 Al Lewis London January 24, 1931 GB-2549-3 GB-2549-!D test exists Dec F-2219 Roy Fox (cornet, director); Max Goldberg, Jack Jackson (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Buddy Featherstonhaugh(tenor sax); Ben Frankel (violin); Lew Stone (piano/arrangements)
258 Missouri Waltz Roy Fox ahb J.V.Eppel 1912 Arr. Knight / Logan London January 24, 1931 GB-2550-2 Dec F-2233 As above
259 Lady, Play Your Mandolin Roy Fox ahb Oscar Levant Irv.Caesar `30 London January 24, 1931 GB-2551-3 Dec F-2220 As above
260 Hurt Roy Fox ahb Harold Solomon Al Piantadosi London January 28, 1931 GB-2579-3 Dec F-2239 Roy Fox (trumpet, director); Jack Jackson and Arthur Niblo (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Ernest Ritte and Jim Easton (clarinet, tenor sax, baritone sax); Billy Amstell (clarinet, alto sax); Ben Frankel (violin), Lew Stone or Madge Mullen (piano); Al Shaw (guitar), Tiny Winters(bass); Bill Harty (drums); Billy Reid (accordion); Al Bowlly (vocals, guitar). January 28, 1931
261 Writing A Letter To You Roy Fox ahb Art Young / Valentine w/m `31 London January 28, 1931 GB-2580-3 Dec F-2249 As above
262 Peach Of A Pair, A Roy Fox ahb Rich Whiting Geo.Marion `30 London January 28, 1931 GB-2581-4 Dec F-2233 As above. No mention of a vocal refrain on the label.
263 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea Roy Fox(The Whispering Cornetist) ahb Harold Arlen Ted Koehler London February 9, 1931 GB-2684-1 Dec F-2240 As above. With The Three Ginx.
264 Peanut Vendor, The Roy Fox ahb Moises Simons L.Rittenberg / L.W.Gilbert London February 9, 1931 GB-2685-2-3 Dec F-2239 As above. With The Three Ginx; take 3 exists as a test pressing.
265 Maybe It's Love Roy Fox ahb S.Mitchell / A.Gottler / G.Meyer w/m `30 London February 9, 1931 GB-2686-1 Dec F-2240 As above. AB with The Three Ginx.
266 Neath Hawaiian Skies Palm Beach Hawaiians Lowry 1922 London February 9, 1931 GB-2690-1 Dec F-2255  
267 Really Mine Palm Beach Hawaiians Peter Maurice w/m `31 London February 9, 1931 GB-2691- Dec F-2246  
268 Tap Your Feet Radio Rhythm Boys Jack Hylton D.Fields / Jim McHugh London February 12, 1931 90060-1 EBR 1489 This record has been mentioned as being an AB item. Duet with Les Allen; Jack Jackson also scats. A Harry Hudson band
269 Makin' Wicki-Wacki Down In Waikiki Radio Rhythm Boys Al Hoffman / Burton Lane w/m `30 London February 12, 1931 90061-2 EBR 1489 Duet with Les Allen. A Harry Hudson band
270 Time On My Hands NMDO Vincent Youmans H.Adamson / M.Gordon `30 London February 19, 1931 OB-368-1 HMV B-5983,HMV EA-902 Victor 25016 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and Jack Jackson (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith (tenor saxophone); Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, February 19, 1931.
271 Makin' Wickey-Wackey Down In Waikiki NMDO Al Hoffman / Burton Lane w/m `30 London February 19, 1931 OB-369-3 HMV B-5989, HMV EA-902 With chorus. As above
272 Shout For Happiness NMDO Jack Hart Ton Blight London February 19, 1931 OB-370-3 HMV B-5984 Victor 22905 Argentina French HMV B-5984 AB - s (to Max Goldberg); with chorus. As above
273 Goodnight, Sweetheart NMDO Ray Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly London February 19, 1931 OB-371-2 HMV B-5984,HMV EA-908,Victor 25016, Victor 20-2950 CzechHMV-AM-3557 Victor 22905 Argentina HMV R-14624 French HMV B-5984 As above
274 I'm Glad I Waited NMDO V.Youmans C.Grey / H.Adamson `30 London February 19, 1931 OB-372-1 HMV B-5983 HMV AE-3666 As above
275 Really Mine NMDO Peter Maurice w/m `31 London February 19, 1931 OB-373-2 HMV B-5989, HMV EA-902 As above
276 You're Driving Me Crazy Novelty Orchestra Walter Donaldson w/m `30 London February 19, 1931 OB-375-1-2-4 HMV B-3775, Victor 22745 Zono E246 oz HMV K-6198 As above NMDO. Puzzle Record No. 1 - Part 2. Takes 1 & 2 Rejected. As above
277 You're The One I Care For Roy Fox ahb Bert Lown / C.Gre`y Harry Link `30 London February 26, 1931 GB-2700-1 Dec F-2256 Roy Fox (cornet, director); Max Goldberg, Jack Jackson (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Buddy Featherstonhaugh(tenor sax); Ben Frankel (violin); Lew Stone (piano/arrangements).
278 Overnight Roy Fox ahb Louis Alter / Charlotte Kent / Billy Rose / Connelly w/m `30 London February 26, 1931 GB-2701-2 Dec F-2256 As above
279 Shout! For Happiness Roy Fox ahb Jack Hart Tom Blight London February 26, 1931 GB-2702-2 Dec F-2263 As above
280 Sweet Jennie Lee Blue Jays Walter Donaldson w/m `30 London March 3, 1931 13339-2 EBW 5242 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
281 Ti-Dle-Id-Dle-Um-Pum Blue Jays Peter Herz/ Ernest Wengraf / Karl M.May w/m`29 E.w;/Frank Eyton London March 3, 1931 13340-2 EBW 5242 Duet with Les Allen. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
282 When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver Roy Fox ahb Peter DeRose /Charles Tobias A.Fletcher London March 5, 1931 GB-2715-3 Dec F-2263 Roy Fox (cornet, director); Jack Jackson (trumpet); Arthur Niblo (trumpet); Lew Davis (trombone); Ernest Ritte (clarinet, tenor sax, bass sax); Bill Amstell (clarinet, tenor sax); Ben Frankel (violin); Madge Mullen (piano); Lew Stone (celeste); Al Shaw (guitar); Bill Harty (drums, vibes); Al Bowlly (vocals/guitar)
283 Bathing In The Sunshine Roy Fox(The Whispering Cornetist) ahb J.G.Gilbet / H.Nichols / Sid Phillips w/m `31 London March 5, 1931 GB-2716-2 Dec F-2250 As above
284 Reaching For The Moon Roy Fox ahb Irv.Berlin w/m `30 London March 5, 1931 GB-2717-3 Dec F-2279 As above
285 All Through The Night Roy Fox(The Whispering Cornetist) ahb Vallee / Yorke / Clark 1931 London March 5, 1931 GB-2718-1 Dec F-2249 As above
286 I'll Be Good Because Of You Novelty Orchestra Ray Noble / Alan Murray w/m `31 London March 9, 1931 OB-145-1 HMV B-3825 Zonophone EE253 oz Puzzle Record No. 2 - Part 1. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Hayes, Middlesex, March 9, 1931
287 Goodnight, Sweetheart Novelty Orchestra Ray Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly London March 9, 1931 OB-146-1-2-4 HMV B-3825 Zonophone EE253 oz Puzzle Record No. 2 - Part 2. Takes 1 & 2 HMV rejected. As above
288 Them There Eyes Roy Fox ahb M.Pinkard /W.Tracey/ D.Tauber   London March 10, 1931 GB-2725-2 Dec F-2252 Matrices GB-2725/6 have been listed elsewhere as having vocals by The Three Ginx
289 That Lindy Hop Roy Fox ahb Eubie Blake w/m `30 London March 10, 1931 GB-2726-2 Dec F-2250 Matrices GB-2725/6 have been listed elsewhere as having vocals by The Three Ginx
290 Truly Roy Fox ahb Frank Magine Walter Hirsch `30 London March 10, 1931 GB-2727-3 Dec F-2292 AB with chorus
291 Drink Brothers drink Roy Fox ahb Lindemann   London March 13, 1931 GB-2730-1 Dec F-2252  
292 I'm Glad I Waited Roy Fox ahb V.Youmans C.Grey / H.Adamson `30 London March 13, 1931 GB-2731-1 Dec F-2291  
293 Without A Song New Mayfair Orchestra, directed by Ray Noble V.Youmans B.Rose / E.Eliscu `29 London March 24, 1931 OB-680-3 HMV B-3836 Rages Of Radioland - Part 1. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith (tenor saxophone); Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, March 24, 1931
294 We Two NMDO J.Campbell /R.Connelly /J.Payne w/m `31 London March 24, 1931 OB-682-1 HMV B-5999, HMV EA-908 As above
295 Lady Of Spain NMDO Tolchard Evans "Erell Reaves", a pseudonym of Stanley J. Damerell and Robert Hargreaves London March 24, 1931 OB-683-3 HMV B-5999,HMV EA-978, Victor 22774, Victor 24499 Elec EG-2398 Victor 20-3302 Victors as London Mayfair Orchestra; Victor 20-3302 has two voices added to AB's vocal to make a harmony trio. As above
296 Falling In Love Again New Mayfair Orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Fred Hollander Sammy Lerner London March 24, 1931 OB-68I-2 HMV B-3836 Rages Of Radioland - Part 2. As above
297 One More Time Roy Fox ahb Ray Henderson B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown London March 25, 1931 GB-2751-3 Dec F-2294  
298 Lady Of Spain Roy Fox ahb Tolchard Evans "Erell Reaves", a pseudonym of Stanley J. Damerell and Robert Hargreaves London March 25, 1931 GB-2752-2 Dec F-2279  
299 Time On My Hands Roy Fox ahb Vincent Youmans H.Adamson / M.Gordon `30 London March 25, 1931 GB-2753-1 Dec F-2291  
300 Sunshine And Shadows NMDO Dave Stamper w/m `31 London March 26, 1931 OB-694-1-2 HMV B-6010, AM-3695 czech Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet,, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, March 26, 1931
301 All Through The Night Marius B. Winter & his Dance Orchestra Vallee / Yorke / Clark 1931 London March 27, 1931 LO-880 Broadcast 3034  
302 Maybe It's Love Radio Melody Boys S.Mitchell / A.Gottler / G.Meyer w/m `30 London March 28, 1931 90079-2 EBR 1478 Duet with Les Allen. A Harry Hudson band
303 Beyond The Blue Horizon Radio Melody Boys Richard Whiting Frank Harling / Leo Robin London March 28, 1931 90080-2 EBR 1478 Duet with Les Allen Matrix 90080-2 contains singing by Les Allen with harmonised humming by AB. A Harry Hudson band
304 Alma Mia Roy Fox (The Whispering Cornetist) ahb Maria Grever w/m `31 London April 1, 1931 GB-2760-2 Dec F-2292 AB with The Three Ginx.
305 Koppa-Ka-Banna Roy Fox ahb Harry Carlton w/m `31 London April 1, 1931 GB-2761-2 Dec F-2315 AB with The Three Ginx.
306 Betty Co-Ed Roy Fox ahb J.P.Fogarty / Rudy Vallee s London April 15, 1931 GB-2773-2 Dec F-2312  
307 You Didn't Have To Tell Me Roy Fox ahb Walter Donaldson w/m London April 15, 1931 GB-2774-1-2-3 Dec F-2318  
308 When It's Sunset On The Nile Roy Fox ahb Ray Ellison / Ted Renard w/m `31 London April 15, 1931 GB-2775-3 Dec F-2315  
309 Would You Like To Take A Walk? Roy Fox ahb Harry Warren Mort Dixon / Billy Rose `30 London April 21, 1931 GB-2784-2 Dec F-2318  
310 Laughing At The Rain Roy Fox ahb J.G.Gilbert / N.Gay / S.Phillips w/m `31 London April 21, 1931 GB-2785-2 Dec F-2328  
311 Ya Got Love Roy Fox ahb AL Goodhart / AL Hoffman Ed Nelson `31 London April 21, 1931 GB-2786-3 Dec F-2329  
312 Bubbling Over With Love Roy Fox ahb Milton Ager Benee Russell `31 London April 21, 1931 GB-2787-2 Dec F-2328  
313 Why Couldn't You? Percy Chandler ahb Gwyther / Rex Henry w/m `31 London April 24, 1931 4309,1-2 Piccadilly 789  
314 Tango Lady Percy Chandler ahb A.Croom Johnson Peter Maurice w/m `31 London April 24, 1931 4310,2 Piccadilly 764,Empire E-7, Mayfair G-2031, Octacros 608 Empire as Alberta Dance Band; Mayfair as Argentine Tango Orchestra.
315 Really Mine Percy Chandler ahb Peter Maurice w/m `31 London April 24, 1931 4311,1-2 Piccadilly 764 Octacros 608 Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
316 That's Somerset NMDO Tolchard Evans w/m `31 London April 28, 1931 OB-799-3 HMV B-6011 Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet,, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, April 28, 1931
317 Fiesta NMDO Walter T.Samuels / Leonard Whitcup w/m `31 London April 28, 1931 OB-800-1-2 HMV B-6010, AM-3695 czech HMV AE-3666 HMV R-14620 As above
318 You're Twice As Nice As The Girl In My Dreams NMDO Pete Wendling / Tolchard Evans w/m `31 London April 28, 1931 OB-801-2 HMV B-6011, HMV EA-923 As above with piano duet by Ray Noble and Harry Johnson
319 At Last I'm Happy The Waldorfians Cliff Friend / Con Conrad Sid Clare `31 London c. May 1931 4369-1 Empire E-8 As Basil Winston and his Band. ("Oh, at last I'm happy")Take 1 is a test pressing (c. May 1931)
320 At Last I'm Happy The Waldorfians Cliff Friend / Con Conrad Sid Clare `31 London c. May 1931 4369-2 Empire E-8 As Basil Winston and his Band. ("At last I'm happy") (c. May 1931)
321 Fiesta Roy Fox ahb Walter T.Samuels / Leonard Whitcup w/m `31 London May 5, 1931 GB-2805-1 Dec F-2341  
322 By My Side Roy Fox ahb C. Grey Harry Link London May 5, 1931 GB-2806-3 Dec F-2341  
323 My Temptation Roy Fox ahb Henry Sullivan Desmond Carter / Al Dubin `31 London May 5, 1931 GB-2807-1 Dec F-2329  
324 Reaching For The Moon Len Fillis & his Novelty Orchestra Irv.Berlin w/m `30 London May 6, 1931 A-11565-1 Col DB-516 Song Hits-Part 1 (Bowlly-guitar)
325 Bubbling Over With Love Len Fillis & his Novelty Orchestra Milton Ager B.Russell London May 6, 1931 A-11566-1 Col DB-549 Song Hits-Part 4
326 Lady Of Spain Len Fillis & his Novelty Orchestra T.Evans H.Tellsley London May 6, 1931 A-11567-1 Col DB-549 Duet with Les Allen; Song Hits Part 3.
327 Hawaiian Stars Are Gleaming Len Fillis & his Novelty Orchestra Roxanne Hampton w/m '25 London May 6, 1931 A-11568-1 Col DB-516 "Song Hits" Part 2; duet with Les Allen.
328 On A Little Balcony In Spain New Mayfair Orchestra Ray Doll / Saul Klein / Jack Le Soir w/m `30 London May 29, 1931 OB-949-2 HMV B-3881 On With The Show-Part 1 ("Al Bowlly sings a chorus of On A Little Balcony in Spain"). Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and probably Jack Jackson (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (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); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, May 29, 1931
329 Lights Of Paris NMDO S.Damerell / Tolchard Evans / Hargraves w/m London May 29, 1931 OB-950-2 HMV B-6023, Victor 24004 As above
330 June Time Is Love Time NMDO Al Sherman score `31   London May 29, 1931 OB-951-3 HMV B-6023 As above
331 Pretty Kitty Kelly New Mayfair Orchestra Nat Johns w/m`31 London May 29, 1931 OB-952-1 HMV B-3881 On With The Show Part 2 (Al Bowlly sings a chorus of "Pretty Kitty Kelly"). As above
332 I'm So Used To You Now Roy Fox ahb Art Young Val Valentine `31 London June 1, 1931 GB-2852-3 Dec F-2352  
333 I'm Gonna Get You Roy Fox ahb G.Arnheim / Ch.Tobias / J.LeMere w/m London June 1, 1931 GB-2853-3 Dec F-2351 No mention of a vocal refrain on label.
334 It Must Be True Roy Fox ahb Gus Arnheim / Harris / Clifford w/m `30 London June 1, 1931 GB-2854-1 Dec F-2351 No mention of a vocal refrain on the label.
335 Leave The Rest To Nature Roy Fox ahb Billy Cotton / Cyril Grantham w/m `31 London June 1, 1931 GB-2855-2 Dec F-2352 Memo from the Chenil Galleries studios: `Vocal Refrain by AL Bowlly - type to be as large as possible.
336 My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes The Waldorphians Jack Golden / Ted Kohler Eddie Pola `31 London c. June 1931 4360,1-2 Piccadilly 780, Mayfair MI-2019, Simcha 10002 Mayfair as Fifth Avenue Dance Band; Simcha as Cosmopolitan Syncop's. Both takes exist
337 Miss Elizabeth Brown The Waldorphians Jos.Geo.Gilbert / Noel Gay w/m `31 London c. June 1931 4361,2 Piccadilly 780, Empire E-12, Mayfair MI-2019 Empire as Basil Winston And His Band; Mayfair As Fifth Avenue Dance Band
338 Lights Of Paris Jack Leon ahb S.Damerell / T.Evans / Hargraves w/m London c. June 1931 4362,1-2 Piccadilly 782, Octacros 614  
339 Bell-Bottom Trousers Jack Leon ahb Claude Hulbert / Paul England w/m `31 London c. June 1931 4363-2 Piccadilly 782, Simcha 10001, Octacros 614 Simcha as Jerome Joy And His Band.
340 Ya Got Love Jack Leon ahb AL Goodhart / AL Hoffman Ed Nelson `31 London c. June 1931 4364-2 Piccadilly 783  
341 Walkin' My Baby Back Home Jack Leon ahb Roy Turk / Fred Ahlert / Harry Richman w/m `30 London c. June 1931 4365-1 Picadilly 783, Empire E-12, Simcha 10001 Empire as Alberta Dance Band; two completely different takes (different tempos and arrangements) were issued. Simcha as Jerome Joy ahb
342 Thank You Most Sincerely The Waldorphians Eyton / Billy Mayerl w/m `31 London c. June 1931 4366-2 Piccadilly 781, Simcha 10002, Octacros 613 Melba 1048 Melba and or Simcha as Cosmopolitan Syncop's.
343 Life Is Meant For Love The Waldorphians Eyton / Billy Mayerl w/m `31 London c. June 1931 4367-2 Piccadilly 781, Octacros 613  
344 Time On My Hands The Waldorphians Vincent Youmans H.Adamson / M.Gordon `30 London c. June 1931 4368-2 Piccadilly 787, Empire E-9, Octacros 617, Mayfair G 2017 Empire as Basil Winston ahb, Mayfair as Percy Chandler ahb.
345 Walkin' My Baby Back Home Blue Jays Roy Turk / Fred Ahlert / Harry Richman w/m `30 London c. June 1931 90158-1 EBR 1507 Duet with Les Allen, possibly Harry Hudson. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
346 Let's Get Friendly Radio Rhythm Boys Dan Dougherty Jack Yellen / Sid Silver `30 London c. June 1931 90160-1 EBR 1508 With chorus. A Harry Hudson band
347 Time On My Hands Deauville Dance Band Vincent Youmans H.Adamson / M.Gordon `30 London c. June 1931 13553-2 EBW 5315 A Harry Hudson band
348 I'm Glad I Waited Deauville Dance Band V.Youmans C.Grey / H.Adamson `30 London c. June 1931 13554-2 EBW 5315 A Harry Hudson band
349 I'm So Used To You Now AB acc. by Claude Ivy (pno.) Art Young Val Valentine`31 London June 10, 1931 GB-2875-2 Dec F-2366  
350 Leave The Rest To Nature AB acc. by Claude Ivy (pno.) Billy Cotton / Cyril Grantham w/m `31 London June 10, 1931 GB-2876-1 Dec F-2366  
351 Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On NMDO Eugene West / James McCaffrey / David Ringle w/m `31 London June 11, 1931 OB-976-3 HMV B-6040 French B-6040 AB&The Three Ginx (Eric Handley, Ivor Robbins and Jack Joy). Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (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, June 11, 1931.
352 Lazy Day NMDO Posford w/m `31 London June 11, 1931 OB-977-2 HMV B-6031 As above minus The Three Ginx
353 Lazy Day Roy Fox ahb Posford w/m `31 London June 16, 1931 GB-2906-1 Dec F-2396  
354 Poor Kid Roy Fox ahb L.Wolfe Gilbert / Jesse Greer w/m `31 London June 16, 1931 GB-2907-2 Dec F-2396  
355 By The River Sainte Marie Roy Fox ahb Harry Warren Edgar Leslie `31 London June 16, 1931 GB-2908-1,-2,-3 Dec Rejected Saville SVL 150 (LP)  
356 Leave The Rest To Nature Jack Leon ahb Billy Cotton / Cyril Grantham w/m `31 London June 17, 1931 4372-2 Piccadilly 796  
357 I'm So Used To You Now Jack Leon ahb Valentine / Art Young   London June 17, 1931 4373- Piccadilly 796  
358 Goodnight, Sweetheart Jack Leon ahb Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly London June 17, 1931 4374-2 Piccadilly 787, Octacros 617  
359 I'd Rather Be A Beggar With You NMDO Oliver Perry /Irv.King Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly`31 London June 22, 1931 OB-978-1-2-4 HMV B-6040, HMV EA-956 French B-6040 Takes 1&2 HMV rejected recorded on the 11th June. Take 4 issued. Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet); Harry Hines (clarinet); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophone); violins probably Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke; Harry Jacobson (piano); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, June 22, 1931
360 Shake And Let Us Be Friends Jack Leon ahb May / Cochran / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London June 24, 1931 4383-2 Piccadilly 802  
361 I'll Keep You In My Heart Always Jack Leon ahb Julio C.Sanders / Kennedy C.Vedani `32 London June 24, 1931 4384-2 Piccadilly 788  
362 Oh! Rosalita Jack Leon ahb Henrick. N. Ege / Beda / Juan Llossas w/m `31 London June 24, 1931 4385-2 Piccadilly 788  
363 Bubbling Over With Love Jack Leon ahb Milton Ager B.Russell London June 24, 1931 4386-2 Piccadilly 802  
364 I Offer You These Roses Jack Leon ahb Alexander Ymeh w/m `31 London June 24, 1931 4387- Piccadilly 799  
365 Goodnight, Sweetheart New Mayfair Orchestra Ray Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly London June 26, 1931 OB-1243-3 HMV B-3907 Miracle Melodies -Part 1. Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (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, June 26, 1931.
366 Reaching For The Moon New Mayfair Orchestra Irv.Berlin w/m `30 London June 26, 1931 OB-1245-1 HMV B-3910 Holiday Hits -Part 1. As above
367 River, Stay 'Way From My Door New Mayfair Orchestra Harry Woods Mort Dixon `31 London June 26, 1931 OB-1246-1 OB-1246-2 HMV B-3910 Holiday Hits -Part 2. Test take 2. As above
368 Mama Inez Len Fillis and his Novelty Orchestra Eliseo Grenet E/w:L.Wolfe Gilbert `31 London July 2, 1931 CA-11781-1 Col CB-324 (Brian Rust lists Len Fillis -g,-stg, Al Bowlly -g, Ted Edbrooke -vn,-pac, Sid Bright -p, Rudy Starita -x)
369 Speak Easy Len Fillis and his Novelty Orchestra Lewis E.Gensler   London July 2, 1931 CA-11782-1 Col CB-324  
370 African Lament Len Fillis and his Novelty Orchestra Lecuona   London July 2, 1931 CA-11783-1 Col CB-335 No Vocal
371 Lucerne Len Fillis and his Novelty Orchestra Nicholla   London July 2, 1931 CA-11784-1 Col CB-335 No Vocal
372 What A Fool I've Been Maurice Winnick aho Al Eldridge / Henri Gendron   London July 10, 1931 CAR-740-1 Regal MR-374 Topical Tunes Medley - Part 1
373 Springtime Reminds Me Of You Maurice Winnick aho Walter Jurmann / Fritz Rotter D. Carter w/m `30 London July 10, 1931 CAR-741-1 Regal MR-375  
374 Waltz You Saved For Me, The Maurice Winnick aho Wayne King / Emil Flindt Gus Kahn `30 London July 10, 1931 CAR-742-1 Regal MR-375  
375 Pardon Me, Pretty Baby Maurice Winnick aho Vincent Rose Ray Klages /Jack Meskill `31 London July 10, 1931 CAR-743-1 Regal MR-374 Topical Tunes Medley - Part 2
376 Coal Black Mammy NMDO Ivy St Helier Laddie Cliff `21 London July 14, 1931 OB-1284-2 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
377 Swanee NMDO Geo Gershwin Irving Caesar 1919 London July 14, 1931 OB-1284-2 HMV B-3944 Victor B-3944 Tunes Of Not-So-Long-Ago-1921. As above
378 My Sweetie Went Away NMDO Roy Turk / Lou Handman w/m `23 London July 14, 1931 OB-1285-2 HMV B-4012 Tunes Of Not-So-Long-Ago-1923. As above
379 Yes! We Have No Bananas NMDO Frank Silver / Irv.Cohn w/m `22 London July 14, 1931 OB-1285-2 HMV B-4012 Tunes Of Not-So-Long-Ago-1923. As above
380 When You Were The Blossom Of Buttercup Lane Roy Fox ahb Geo.Meyer Al Dubin / Al Bryan `31 London July 21, 1931 GB-3026-2 Dec F-2403  
381 Tie A Little String Around Your Finger Roy Fox ahb Seymour Simons w/m `30 London July 21, 1931 GB-3027-1-3 Dec F-2403 Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
382 I Found You Roy Fox ahb Ray Noble / Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `31 London July 21, 1931 GB-3028-2 Dec F-2404  
383 Love For Sale Roy Fox ahb Cole Porter w/m `31 London July 21, 1931 GB-3029-1 Dec F-2404 Although there is no vocal refrain as such on `Love For Sale', due to the ban on the lyrics, AB can be heard humming on this side.
384 Goodnight Rolando & His Blue Salon Orchestra H. Graham/ P Abraham w/m `28 London c. Late July 1931 13708-2 EBW 5361  
385 Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On Roy Fox ahb Eugene West / James McCaffrey / David Ringle w/m `31 London July 31, 1931 GB-3090-3 Dec F-2438  
386 Out Of Nowhere Roy Fox ahb John Green Edw.Heyman `31 London July 31, 1931 GB-3091-1 Dec F-2439  
387 While Hearts Are Singing Roy Fox ahb Oscar Straus Clifford Grey `31 London July 31, 1931 GB-3092-1 Dec F-2439  
388 I'd Rather Be A Beggar With You Roy Fox ahb Oliver Perry /Irv.King Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly`31 London July 31, 1931 GB-3093-1 Dec F-2438, Dec F-2609  
389 Belle Of Barcelona Radio Melody Boys J.Campbell / Reg.Connelly/ J.Payne w/m `31 London c. Early August 1931 90207-2 EBR 1535 A Harry Hudson band
390 I'm A Hundred Per Cent. In Love With You Radio Melody Boys I.King / O.Perry w/m `31 London c. Early August 1931 90208-1 EBR 1535 A Harry Hudson band
391 Poor Kid The Blue Jays L.Wolfe Gilbert / Jesse Greer w/m `31 London c. Early August 1931 90209-1 EBR 1541 The Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
392 Mama Inez The Blue Jays Eliseo Grenet L.Wolfe Gilbert `31 London c. Early August 1931 90210-2 EBR 1541 The Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
393 Pagan Serenade NMDO Jack Payne / Jimmy Campbell / R.Connelly w/m `31 London August 14, 1931 OB-1314-1 HMV B-6055 Ray Noble (piano) directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (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). Billy Reid (piano-accordian) and Rudy Starita (vibraphone and xylophone). Small Queen’s Hall, London, August 14, 1931.
394 Belle Of Barcelona NMDO J.Campbell / Reg.Connelly / J.Payne w/m `31 London August 14, 1931 OB-1315-2 HMV B-6055, HMV EA-958 Al, as Spanish waiter, engages in patter with Ray Noble and another. As above
395 There's Something In Your Eyes NMDO Franz Grothe `31 C.Lombardo / Reg.Connelly London August 14, 1931 OB-1316-2 HMV B-6056, HMV EA-958 As above
396 Just A Dancing Sweetheart NMDO Peter De Rose Charlie Tobias `31 London August 14, 1931 OB-1317-2 HMV B-6056 Some copies are labelled `Only A Dancing Sweetheart'. As above
397 Tell Me, Are You From Georgia? Roy Fox ahb Jos.Geo.Gilbert / Noel Gay w/m `31 London August 18, 1931 GB-3134-1 Dec F-2451 Duet with Nat Gonella
398 You Are My Heart's Delight Roy Fox ahb Franz Lehar / L.Herzer Harry Graham London August 18, 1931 GB-3135-1 GB-3135-2 (vinyl Test) Dec F-2469 F45006 French?  
399 Cheri, C'est Vous Roy Fox ahb Jos.Geo.Gilbert / Noel Gay w/m `31 London August 18, 1931 GB-3137-1 Dec F-2451  
400 When It's Sunset On The Nile NMDO Ray Ellison / Ted Renard w/m `31 London August 25, 1931 OB-1330-2 HMV B-6057, HMV EA-972 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophones); probably Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (banjo and guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Small Queen’s Hall, London, August 25, 1931.
401 Honeymoon Lane NMDO Jas.Hanley `31 Billy Moll / Eddie Dowling London August 25, 1931 OB-1331-2 HMV B-6058, HMV EA-972 As above
402 Blaze Away NMDO Holzmann   London August 25, 1931 OB-1332-2 HMV B-6057, HMV EA-978 Vocal by John Turner, AB in chorus. As above
403 Hang Out The Stars In Indiana NMDO Harry Woods Billy Moll `31 London August 25, 1931 OB-1333-2 HMV B-6058, Victor 24357 Re-released in US with -Old spinning wheel. As above
404 Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On Sid Phillips & his Melodians Eugene West / James McCaffrey / David Ringle w/m `31 London c. late August, 1931 13772-1,-2 EBW 5358 Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number
405 Heartaches Sid Phillips & his Melodian Al Hoffman John Klenner `31 London c. late August, 1931 13773-1 EBW 5358 With chorus
406 Time Alone Will Tell Sid Phillips & his Melodians Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London c. late August, 1931 13774-1 EBW 5356  
407 Tell Me You Love Me Sid Phillips & his Melodians L. Cochran / Horatio Nicholls w/m London c. late August, 1931 13775-2 EBW 5356  
408 Were You Sincere? Al Bowlly acc. by orchestra Vincent Rose Jack Meskill London September 2, 1931 GB-3168-1 Dec F-2485 AB whistles.
409 I'd Rather Be A Beggar With You Al Bowlly acc. by orchestra Oliver Perry /Irv.King Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly`31 London September 2, 1931 GB-3169-2 Dec F-2485  
410 You Can't Stop Me From Loving You Roy Fox ahb Aberta Nichols Mann Holiner London September 3, 1931 GB-3170-2 Dec F-2487 Roy Fox ( trumpet ,director); Sid Buckman and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Ernest Ritte and Jim Easton (clarinet, alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax); Lew Stone (piano, celeste); Al Shaw or Bill Herbert (guitar); Don Stuteley (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). September 3, 1931
411 What's keeping my Prince Charming Roy Fox ahb Aberta Nichols Mann Holiner London September 3, 1931 GB-3171-2 Dec F-2487 As above. Al Bowlly (guitar), Ella Logan (vocals)
412 Dance Hall Doll Roy Fox ahb Dan Dougherty Jack Yellen w/m`31 London September 3, 1931 GB-3172-1,-2 Dec F-2486 As above. With Ella Logan and chorus; both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
413 What Are You Thinking About, Baby? Roy Fox ahb G & S Nelson / Goodheart w/m`31 London September 3, 1931 GB-3173-2 Dec F-2486 As above with Bowlly vocals.
414 Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On Deauville Dance Band Eugene West / James McCaffrey / David Ringle w/m `31 London c. September 1931 90225-1 EBR 1550 A Harry Hudson band
415 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams Deauville Dance Band Harry Barris Ted Koehler /Billy Moll `31 London c. September 1931 90226-1 EBR 1550 A Harry Hudson band
416 Honeymoon Lane Radio Rhythm Boys Jas.Hanley `31 Billy Moll / Eddie Dowling London c. September 1931 90227-2 EBR 1551 A Harry Hudson band
417 I Can't Do Without You Radio Rhythm Boys E. Leslie / R. Farrar w/m `28 London c. September 1931 90228-2 EBR 1551 AB with chorus. A Harry Hudson band
418 Time Alone Will Tell Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London September 18, 1931 GB-3277-1 Dec F-2513 Roy Fox (directing, cornet); Sid Buckman, Nat Gonella (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Ernest Ritte, Jim Easton, Harry Berly(doubling viola)(saxophones, clarinets); Lew Stone (piano, celeste); Al Bowlly (guitar, vocals); Don Stutely (bass); Bill Harty (drums, vibes; Billy Reid (piano). September 18, 1931
419 When The Waltz Was Through Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Dorothy Booth w/m `31 London September 18, 1931 GB-3278-2 Dec F-2513 As above
420 Sing Another Chorus, Please Roy Fox ahb Bill Grantham / Earl Burtnett w/m `31 London September 18, 1931 GB-3279-1-2 Dec F-2514 As above. AB with chorus; both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
421 Sweet And Lovely Roy Fox ahb Gus Arnheim / H.Tobias / J.Lemaire   London September 18, 1931 GB-3280-1 Dec F-2514 As above
422 By The River Sainte Marie Deauville Dance Band Harry Warren Edgar Leslie `31 London c. Late September 1931 90237-1 EBR 1558 A Harry Hudson band
423 I'm Thru' With Love Deauville Dance Band Matt Malneck / Jos.Livingston Gus Kahn `31 London c. Late September 1931 90238-1 EBR 1558 A Harry Hudson band
424 Hang Out The Stars In Indiana The Blue Jays Harry Woods Billy Moll `31 London c. Late September 1931 90239-2 EBR 1556 Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
425 Just One More Chance The Blue Jays Art Johnson Sam Coslow `31 London c. Late September 1931 90240-3 EBR 1556 With chorus. Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
426 Looking For You Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London October 2, 1931 GB-3349-2 Dec F-2574  
427 Kiss Me "Goodnight" Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London October 2, 1931 GB-3350-1-2 Dec F-2581 Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
428 Song Of Happiness Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London October 2, 1931 GB-3351-3 Dec F-2574  
429 Just One More Chance Roy Fox ahb Art Johnson Sam Coslow `31 London October 7, 1931 GB-3387-2-3 Dec F-2580 Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
430 Smile, Darn Ya, Smile Roy Fox ahb Max Rich / Jack O'Flynn Jack Meskill / Chas.O'Flynn`31 London October 7, 1931 GB-3388-2 Dec F-2580  
431 That's What I Like About You Roy Fox ahb Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London October 7, 1931 GB-3389-2 Dec F-2581  
432 You Forgot Your Gloves Roy Fox ahb Ned Lehak (Lehac)/ Edward Eliscu w/m `31 London October 7, 1931 GB-3390-2 Dec F-2582  
433 Take It From Me (I'm Taking To You) Roy Fox ahb Thomas Waller Stanley Adams `31 London October 7, 1931 GB-3391-2 Dec F-2582  
434 Got A Date With An Angel Rolando & His Blue Salon Orchestra Jack Waller /Jos.Tunbridge Grey/ Miller w/m `31 London October 15, 1931 13864-2 Edison Bell Winner 5396 A Harry Hudson outfit
435 Mausie Rolando & His Blue Salon Orchestra H. Graham/ P Abraham   London October 15, 1931 13865-2 Edison Bell Winner 5396 A Harry Hudson outfit
436 Yes, Yes (My Baby Said Yes) Roy Fox ahb Con Conrad / Cliff Friend w/m `31 London October 16, 1931 GB-3456-2 Dec F-2609/ other side Dec F-2438 Two takes seem to have been issued.
437 You Call It Madness Roy Fox ahb Con Conrad w/m `31 London October 16, 1931 GB-3457-1,-2,-3 Dec Rejected  
438 I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five-And-Ten-Cent Store) Roy Fox ahb Harry Warren Mort Dixon `31 London October 16, 1931 GB-3458-1 Dec F-2610  
439 Look In The Looking Glass Roy Fox ahb Charles Rosoff Edward Heyman `31 London October 16, 1931 GB-2459-1 Dec F-2610  
440 La Cumparasita Roy Fox ahb Gerardo Matos Rodríguez 1916 London October 17, 1931   Film Soundtrack From "Chance Of A Night Time"; AB - s; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band. 1931
441 Leave The Rest To Nature Roy Fox ahb Billy Cotton / Cyril Grantham w/m `31 London October 17, 1931   Film Soundtrack From "Chance Of A Night Time"; AB - s; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band. 1931
442 Leave The Rest To Nature AB with piano Billy Cotton / Cyril Grantham w/m `31 London October 17, 1931   Film Soundtrack From "Chance Of A Night Time" (Fragment only) 1931
443 I'm So Used To You Now Roy Fox ahb Art Young Val Valentine`31 London October 17, 1931   Film Soundtrack From "Chance Of A Night Time"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band.London, filming dates unknown. The motion picture "Chance of a Night Time" was reviewed by Picturegoer in its October 17, 1931 issue.
444 There's A Time And Place For Everything SHO Fred E.Ahlert Roy Turk `31 London October 19, 1931 CA-12092-2 Col CB-376, Col DO- 618 Col DF-800 Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans. Carrol Gibbons (piano) & Howard Jacobs (alto sax) directing Bill Shakespear & Billy Higgs (trumpets); Don Macaffer (trombone);Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto & baritone sax); George Smith (tenor sax); Hugo Rignold & Reg Leopold (violins); Harry Jacobson (2nd piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Rudy Starita (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals).
445 There's A Time And Place For Everything SHO Fred E.Ahlert Roy Turk `31 London October 19, 1931 CA-12092-3-4 Col rejected Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans. As above
446 Sweet And Lovely SHO Gus Arnheim / Harry Tobias / J.LeMere   London October 19, 1931 CA-12093-1 Col CB-376 Col DF-800 World Records SM 634 (LP). Take 1 was originally rejected. Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans. As above
447 Sweet And Lovely SHO G.A./ H.Tobias /Jules LeMere w/m `31 London October 29, 1931 CA-12093-4 Col CB-376 Col DF-800 Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans. As above
448 Who Am I? SHO Alfred Newman / Milna Gordon Clifford `31 London October 31, 1931 CA-12139 Col CB-377 Col DF-826 Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans As above
449 Linda SHO Jo Trent / Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `31 London October 31, 1931 CA-12140 Col CB-377 Carroll Gibbons directing the Savoy Hotel Orpheans. As above
450 Down Sunnyside Lane NMDO J.Campbell / Reg.Connelly w/m `31 London October 31, 1931 OB-1777-2 HMV B-6091 Ray Noble directing Nat Gonella and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and Jock Fleming (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophones); probably Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (banjo and guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). Ray Noble plays piano duets with Harry Jacobson. London, October 31, 1931.
451 This Is The Day Of Days NMDO Harry Woods w/m `31 London October 31, 1931 OB-1778-1-2 HMV B-6091 An unissued test pressing of OB-1778-2 exists. As above.
452 This Is The Missus Roy Fox ahb Ray Henderson Lew Brown `31 London November 5, 1931 GB-3538-3 Dec F-2682 Roy Fox (Missing, ill); Lew Stone (directing, piano, celeste); Sid Buckman and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Ernest Ritte and Jim Easton (clarinet, alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax); Al Shaw or Bill Herbert (guitar); Don Stuteley (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). With chorus by.Sid Buckman, Nat Gonella and Joe Ferrie
453 Over The Blue Roy Fox ahb Werner Richard Heymann w/m ? 1931 London November 5, 1931 GB-3539-3 Dec F-2683 As above
454 Neath The Spell Of Monte Carlo Roy Fox ahb Werner Richard Heymann w/m `31 London November 5, 1931 GB-3540-2 Dec F-2683 As above. One verse sung in German.
455 Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries Roy Fox ahb Ray Henderson Lew Brown `31 London November 5, 1931 GB-3541-2 Dec F-2682 As above
456 Got A Date With An Angel NMDO Jack Waller /Jos.Tunbridge Grey / Miller w/m `31 London November 14, 1931 OB-2228-2 HMV B-6098, HMV EA-991, Victor 22953 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and Jock Fleming (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith and Bob Wise (tenor saxophones); probably Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (banjo and guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal); Ray Noble (celeste). Small Queen’s Hall, London, November 14, 1931
457 Guilty NMDO Richard Whiting Gus Kahn / Harry Akst `31 London November 14, 1931 OB-2229-1,-2 HMV B-6097 French K-6549 Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number. As above
458 Twentieth Century Blues New Mayfair Novelty Orchestra Noel Coward w/m `31 London November 14, 1931 OB-2231-2 HMV B-4001,French HMV K-6979, Victor 24090, Electrola EG-2930 Max Goldberg (trumpet); Laurie Payne (clarinet and baritone saxophone); Ray Noble and Harry Jacobson (pianos); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Al Bowlly (vocal/guitar). Small Queen’s Hall, London, November 14, 1931.
459 Looking For You Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `31 London c November, 1931. 4509- Piccadilly 849, Octacros 133 Test pressing also exists
460 That's What I Like About You Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Walter Donaldson w/m `31 London c November, 1931. 4510- Piccadilly 849 c November, 1931.
461 Got A Date With An Angel Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Jack Waller / Jos.Tunbridge Grey / Miller w/m `31 London c November, 1931. 4511-2 Piccadilly 855, Octacros 133 Mayfair G-2062 Just to confuse thing, on Mayfair as Percy Chandler and his Band; a further take was issued on Dec ACL 1204 (LP). And Memory Lane CD MLMCD008
462 Way With Every Sailor, The Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Werner Richard Heymann w/m `31 London c November, 1931. 4512- Piccadilly 856, Octacros 134 Vinyl test exists
463 Who Do You Love? Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Jack Waller / Jos.Tunbridge Grey / Miller w/m `31 London c November, 1931. 4513- Piccadilly 855, Octacros 134, Mayfair G-2062 Mayfair as Percy Chandler and his Band. Vinyl test exists
464 Over The Blue Howard Godfrey and his Waldorfians Werner Richard Heymann Campell / Connelly w/m 1931 London c November, 1931. 4514-2 Piccadilly 856  
465 Lies Deauville Dance Band Harry Barris Geo.Springer / Skinner `31 London c November, 1931. 90279-1 EBR 1584 A Harry Hudson band
466 Rio De Janeiro Deauville Dance Band E.de Gredos w/m `31 ? London c November, 1931. 90280-3 EBR 1584 A Harry Hudson band
467 Linda Blue Jays Jo Trent / Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `31 ? London c November, 1931. 90281-2 EBR 1585 Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
468 Dear, When I Met You Blue Jays Albert Von Tilzer A.Seymour Brown `31 ? London c November, 1931. 90282-2 EBR 1585 Blue Jays were a Harry Hudson band
469 I Can't Get Mississippi Off My Mind Billy Cotton ahb Harry Akst Joe Young `31 London December 1, 1931 CAR-896-1-2 Regal MR-463 A test pressing of CAR-896-2 exists, also featuring AB. It is not known if this was used for issue.
470 Hold My Hand Ray Noble & his NMDO Maurice Elwin / Noel Gay `31 Harry Graham London December 1, 1931 OB-2031-1-2   Takes 1 & 2 Dec rejected
471 Yes, Yes (My Baby Said Yes) Roy Fox ahb Con Conrad / Cliff Friend w/m `31 London December 2, 1931 GB-3456-4 Dec F-2720 Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone. Two takes seem to have been issued.
472 You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love) Roy Fox ahb Russ Columbo / Con Conrad / Gladys DuBois / Paul Gregory w/m `31 London December 2, 1931 GB-3457-4-5 Dec F-2720 As above. Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
473 Nobody's Sweetheart Roy Fox ahb B.Meyers / E.Schoebel Gus Kahn / E.Erdman `23 London December 2, 1931 GB-3664-1 Dec F-2716 As above
474 Guilty Roy Fox ahb Richard Whiting Gus Kahn / Harry Akst `31 London December 2, 1931 GB-3665-1-2-3 Dec F-2716 Take 1; Australian M-1082 Take 2; Test Take 3 As above
475 Hold My Hand Ray Noble & his NMDO Maurice Elwin / Noel Gay `31 Harry Graham London December 4, 1931 OB-2031-4-5 HMV B-6112, Victor 24034, Electrola EG-2513 german Both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Jock Fleming (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); probably Harry Hines or possibly Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); two tenor saxophones (chosen from George Smith, Reg. Pink, Harry Caner and possibly Leon Goossens); three violins (chosen from Eric Siday, Reg Pursglove, Jean Pougnet, Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke; Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 4, 1931. Note this was the first time Ray Noble's name appeared on the label.
476 Pied Piper Of Hamelin Ray Noble & his NMDO Noel Gay Desmond Carter / Noel Gay `31 London December 4, 1931 OB-2484-4 HMV B-6112, Victor 24034 As above
477 Eleven More Months And Ten More Days Tuff Guys Arthur Fields / Frederick Hall w/m `31 London December 8, 1931 90297-1 EBR 1586 Probably a Harry Hudson group with Harry also in chorus.
478 Foolish Facts Tuff Guys Frank Crumit / Frank O'Brien Billy Curtis `31 London December 8, 1931 90298-1 EBR 1586 Probably a Harry Hudson group with Harry also in chorus.
479 Eleven More Months And Ten More Days AB and the Radio Rhythm Five Art Fields / Fred Hall `31 w/m c/w London December 9, 1931 14044-2 EBW 5440 Probably the same group as the Tuff Guys
480 Foolish Facts AB and the Radio Rhythm Five Frank Crumit /Frank O'Brien Billy Curtis `31 London December 9, 1931 14045-2 EBW 5440 With chorus; probably the same group as the Tuff Guys.
481 I Was True Ray Noble & his NMDO J.R.Robinson / Kate Smith w/m `31 London December 19, 1931 OB-2518-3 HMV B-6118 AB with The Three Ginx. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); probably Harry Hines or possibly Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); two tenor saxophones (chosen from George Smith, Reg. Pink, Harry Caner and possibly Leon Goossens); One violin (chosen from Eric Siday, Reg Pursglove, Jean Pougnet, Hugo Rignold, Reg. Leopold and Nobby Clarke; Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 19, 1931.
482 One Little Quarrel Ray Noble & his NMDO Al Hoffman / Al Goodhart Ed Nelson `31 London December 19, 1931 OB-2519-2 HMV B-6118 AB with chorus. As above
483 Longer That You Linger In Virginia, The Roy Fox ahb Walter Donaldson Ballard MacDonald `31 London December 30, 1931 GB-3761-1 Dec F-2760 M-1014 oz Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
484 There's Something In Your Eyes Roy Fox ahb Franz Grothe `31 C.Lombardo / Reg.Connelly London December 30, 1931 GB-3762-1,-2 Dec Rejected As above
485 Oh Mo'nah Roy Fox ahb Ted Weems/CountryWashburne w/m 31 London December 30, 1931 GB-3767-2 Dec F-2763,Dec M-1083 German Grammophon24504-B As above. Vocal by Nat Gonella, chorus with AB
486 If I Didn't Have You Roy Fox ahb Milton Ager E.Y.Harburg `31 London December 30, 1931 GB-3768-1 Dec F-2763,Dec M-1083 German Grammophon24504-B As above
487 Mona Lisa Jock McDermott ahb Harry Sullivan / Desmond Carter w/m `32 London January 5, 1932 14114-1 EBW 5458  
488 Hold My Hand Jock McDermott ahb Maurice Elwin / Noel Gay `31 Harry Graham London January 5, 1932 14115-1 EBW 5458 Disclair F-1531  
489 Whispering Jock McDermott ahb     London January 5, 1932 14116-2 EBW 5468 Disclair F-1531  
490 Dinah Jock McDermott ahb Harry Akst Sam Lewis / Joe Young `25 London January 5, 1932 14117-3 EBW 5468  
491 There's Something In Your Eyes Roy Fox ahb Franz Grothe `31 C.Lombardo / Reg.Connelly London January 7, 1932 .GB-3762-4 Dec F-2760  
492 Prisoner Of Love Roy Fox ahb Russ Columbo / C.Gaskill Leo Robin `31 London January 7, 1932 .GB-3781-1,-2 Dec Rejected  
493 You Didn't Know The Music Roy Fox ahb Sam Coslow w/m `31 London January 7, 1932 .GB-3782-1-2-3 Dec rejected  
494 You're The Kind Of A Baby For Me SHO Carroll Gibbons w/m `32 London January 7, 1932 CA-12341-1-2-3 Col CB-403 Takes 1 & 2 rejected recorded on the 7th or 21st
495 Put Your Little Arms Around Me Ray Noble & his NMDO G.Arnheim /H.Tobia /Jules Lemare w/m `31 London January 8, 1932 OB-2102-3 HMV B-6131, HMV EA-1079 Electrola LB 6131 Electrola EG2526 LB 6131 Special Record is a German issue. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); Eric Siday and probably Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, January 8, 1932.
496 Meet Me Tonight In The Cowshed Ray Noble & his NMDO Con Conrad / Jack Meskill w/m `32 London January 8, 1932 OB-2103-2 HMV B-6130 AB (dialogue with Leonard Henry). As above
497 By The Fireside Ray Noble & his NMDO R.Noble/J.Campbell/ R.Connelly   London January 8, 1932 OB-2104-1 HMV B-6131,HMV EA-1077, Victor 25141 EG2526 HMV C 19 HMV C 19, a Record Sampler (March 1932), contains an excerpt. As above
498 Must It End Like This? Ray Noble & his NMDO Jimmy Messini / Eddie Keith w/m `31 London January 8, 1932 OB-2105-2 HMV B-6130 As above
499 Faded Summer Love, A AB acc. by pno Phil Baxter w/m `31 London January 13, 1932 14126-1 EBW 5470 Probably Harry Hudson, piano.
500 You Didn't Know The Music AB acc. by pno Sam Coslow w/m `31 London January 13, 1932 14127-1 EBW 5470 Probably Harry Hudson on piano.
501 Actions Speak Louder Than Words Masqueraders Rudy Vallee/R.Himber/B.Green w/m `31 London January 14, 1932 CA-12349-1 Col CB-409  
502 One Little Quarrel Masqueraders Al Hoffman / Al Goodhart Ed Nelson `31 London January 14, 1932 CA-12351- Col CB-413 Duet with Anona Winn
503 Prisoner Of Love Roy Fox ahb Russ Columbo / C.Gaskill Leo Robin `31 London January 21, 1932 GB-3781-4 Dec F-2775 Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
504 You Didn't Know The Music Roy Fox ahb Sam Coslow w/m `31 London January 21, 1932 GB-3782-4 Dec F-2775 As above
505 To Be Worthy Of You Roy Fox ahb J.Fred Coots Benny Davis w/m `31 London January 21, 1932 GB-3854-2 Dec F-2793, Dec M-1018 As above
506 Jig Time Roy Fox ahb Ted Weems/CountryWashburne w/m 31 London January 21, 1932 GB-3855-1 Dec F-2793 As above. With chorus.
507 If Anything Happened To You Rhythm Maniacs Arthur Young Val Valentine `32 London January 28, 1932 GB-3889-2 Dec F-3086, Dec M-1197 On this occasion, a pseudonym for Roy Fox ahb
508 In London On A Night Like This Rhythm Maniacs Arthur Young Val Valentine `32 London January 28, 1932 GB-3890-2 Dec F-3086, Dec M-1197 With chorus; on this occasion, a pseudonym for Roy Fox ahb; AB erroneously given label credit as composer
509 Falling In Love New Cumberland Dance Orchestra ? Gilbert Gunn w/m `32 London c. January 1932 F-1910 F-1911 Filmophone 378 Directed by Dave Frost; F1910 and F1911 are different takes which exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number. (Filmophone didn't ascribe take numbers to a master number, but used a new master number for each take)
510 You Call It Madness New Cumberland Dance Orchestra Con Conrad w/m `31 London c. January 1932 F-1912 Filmophone 379 Directed by Dave Frost
511 I Idolize My Baby's Eyes New Cumberland Dance Orchestra M.K.Jerome Joan Jasmyn `31 London c. January 1932 F1915 Filmophone 378 Directed by Dave Frost
512 Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries New Cumberland Dance Orchestra Ray Henderson Lew Brown `31 London c. January 1932 F1916 Filmophone 379 Directed by Dave Frost
513 Adios Roy Fox ahb E.Madriguera / C.R.Del Campo Sp.w:/E.M.(E/w: Ed Woods`31 London February 4, 1932 GB-3922-3 Dec F-2805, Dec M-1017 Al Bowlly's vocal conaibution to this title consists of singing the word `Adios' five times. He does not appear on the other sides made at this session.
514 Georgia on my mind Roy Fox ahb Hoagy Carmichael Stuart Gorrell London February 4, 1932 GB-3923-3 Dec F-2804, Dec M-1017 Nat Gonella Vocal.John Wright reports that Georgia On My Mind has a short guitar introduction played in the style attributed to Al Bowlly
515 You Rascal You Roy Fox ahb Sam Theard   London February 4, 1932 GB-3924-2 Dec F-2805, Nat Gonella Vocal. Loris Simcik has pointed out that the guitar can be heard throughout Nat Gonella's vocal
516 Don't tell a soul Roy Fox ahb     London February 4, 1932 GB-3925-3 Dec F-2804 Joe Ferrie Vocal. Ted Sunden reports guitar is audible.
517 Sweetheart In My Dreams Tonight Ray Noble & his NMDO Tolchard Evans Erell Reaves`32 London February 12, 1932 OB-2186-2 HMV B-6146, Victor 24173 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and another (trombones); Reg. Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Harry Berly (tenor saxophones); Eric (violin); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, February 12, 1932.
518 It's Great To Be In Love Ray Noble&his NMDO Cliff Friend w/m `31 Reg.Connelly`36 ? London February 12, 1932 OB-2187-2 HMV B-6147 , HMV EA-1097, Victor 25232, As above
519 Blues In My Heart Ray Noble & his NMDO Irv.Mills /Benny K.Carter w/m `31 London February 12, 1932 OB-2188-1 Victor 25141, Victor 25232, Electrola EG-2684 Elec EG LB-6147 HMV B-6147 As above
520 Whistling Waltz SHO Tolchard Evans w/m `32 London February 16, 1932 CA-12424-2 Col CB-425, Col DO-684oz Col DF-980 AB whistles.
521 Sweetheart In My Dreams Tonight SHO Tolchard Evans Erell Reaves`32 London February 16, 1932 CA-12425-2 Col CB-425  
522 Save The Last Dance For Me SHO Frank Magine w/m `31 London February 16, 1932 CA-12426-2 Col CB-426, Col DO-684oz  
523 Granny's Photo Album Masqueraders Clive Greer w/m `32 London February 18, 1932 CA-12443-2 Col CB-434, Col DO-717  
524 Kiss By Kiss Masqueraders Vincent Rose Jack Meskill / Ray Klages `31 London February 18, 1932 CA-12444-2 Col CB-429 AB with the Carlyle Cousins
525 Night You Gave Me Back The Ring, The Masqueraders Lou Herscher w/m `31 London February 18, 1932 CA-12445-1 Col CB-429 AB with the Carlyle Cousins
526 Only Me Knows Why Masqueraders Harold Walden w/m `25 London February 18, 1932 CA-12446-1 Col CB-428 With chorus.
527 Concentratin' (On You) Roy Fox ahb Thomas`Fats' Waller Andy Razaf `31 London February 22, 1932 GB-4012-2 Dec F-2839 Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
528 Minnie The Moocher Roy Fox ahb Max&Dave Fleischer w/m `32 London February 22, 1932 GB-4013-3 Dec F-2834 Dec M-1085 As above. AB with Lew Stone and Bill Harty
529 Kicking The Gong Around Roy Fox ahb Harold Arlen Ted Koehler `31 London February 22, 1932 GB-4014-2 Dec F-2834, Dec M-1085 As above. AB speaks the part of a Chinese
530 There's A Ring Around The Moon Ray Noble & his NMDO Edw.G.Nelson Sam Lewis / Al Goodhart `31 London March 3, 1932 OB-3008-2 HMV B-6154, HMV EA-1102, Victor 24149, Electrola EG-2567 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and another (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Harry Berly (tenor saxophones); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, March 3, 1932.
531 With Love In My Heart Ray Noble & his NMDO Sam Prager /Marty Quinto John Klenner `31 London March 3, 1932 OB-3009-2 HMV B-6157 As above
532 With Love In My Heart Masqueraders Sam Prager /Marty Quinto John Klenner `31 London March 5, 1932 CA-12505-1 Col CB-442, Col DO-718  
533 Take Away The Moon Masqueraders Art Stroud / Al Sirota w/m `31 London March 5, 1932 CA-12506-2 Col CB-435  
534 We'll Be Together Again Masqueraders Horatio Nicholls Jos G.Gilbert `32 London March 5, 1932 CA-12507-1 Col CB-434, Col DO-717  
535 Tell Tales Masqueraders Chas.O'Flynn/B.Robinson L.Vardi `32 London March 5, 1932 CA-12508-2 Col CB-435  
536 It Happened In Monterey John Watt's 'Songs From Shows', acc. by orchestra and compered by John Watt Mabel Wayne Billy Rose `30 London March 7, 1932 GA-4069-2 Dec K-645 Songs From The Shows - Part 1
537 My Baby Just Cares For Me AB with other artistes Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn `30 London March 7, 1932 GA-4070-2 Dec K-645 John Watt's "Songs From Shows", Part 1; acc. by orchestra and compered by John Watt; duet with Elsie Carlisle.
538 My Sweet Virginia Roy Fox ahb Vincent Rose / R.Klages w/m ? `31 London March 7, 1932 GB-4071-2-3 Dec F-2866, Dec M-1107 2 takes exist. Perhaps take 3 exists.
539 If I Have To Go On Without You Roy Fox ahb Harry Woods /Al Dubin w/m `31 London March 7, 1932 GB-4072-1,-2 Dec F-2866, Dec M-1108 0z  
540 Kiss By Kiss Roy Fox ahb Vincent Rose Jack Meskill / Ray Klages `31 London March 7, 1932 GB-4073-3 Dec F-2867, Dec M-1107  
541 Goodnight, Moon Roy Fox ahb Walter Donaldson w/m `31 London March 7, 1932 GB-4074-2 Dec F-2867, Dec M-1108  
542 Try To Forget Masqueraders Jerome Kern Otto Harbach `31 London March 11, 1932 CA-12527-1 Col DB-782, Col DO-1107 The Cat And The Fiddle-Selection Part 1
543 She Didn't Say Yes Masqueraders Jerome Kern Otto Harbach `31 London March 11, 1932 CA-12528-1 Col DB-782, Col DO-1107 The Cat And The Fiddle-Selection Part 2
544 All Of Me Durium Dance Band Gerald Marks Seymour Simons `31 London March 15, 1932 E-1003-A-B Durium EN-8 Lew Stone directing: Nat GoneIla and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Ernest Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (alto saxophone); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone and viola); Harry Rubens (piano); Bill Herbert (guitar); Jack White (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal).
545 Save The Last Dance For Me Durium Dance Band Frank Magine w/m `31 London March 15, 1932 E-1003-A-B Durium EN-8 As above
546 One More Kiss Durium Dance Band Peter De Rose/Lou Herscher/Art Googan Charlie Tobias `31 London March 15, 1932 E-1004 B,-C Durium EN-0 As above. Two takes were issued
547 By The Fireside Durium Dance Band R.Noble/J.Campbell/ R.Connelly w/m `32 London March 15, 1932 E-1004-A-B,-C Durium EN-0 As above. All three takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
548 Was That The Human Thing To Do? Roy Fox ahb Sammy Fain Joe Young `31 London March 22, 1932 GB-4113-3 Dec F-2888 Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone. "The vocalist is Eve Becke.(Ted Sunden reports that Al's guitar is audible on this recording just as the vocal starts"
549 She Didn't Say "Yes" Roy Fox ahb Jerome Kern Otto Harbach `31 London March 22, 1932 GB-4114-1 Dec F-2888 As above. AB as one of trio
550 Goodnight, Vienna Roy Fox ahb Eric Maschwitz /Geo.Posford w/m `32 London March 22, 1932 GB-4115-2 Dec F-2889, Brunswick 6375, M1174oz As above with Bowlly vocals
551 Living In Clover Roy Fox ahb Geo.Posford w/m `32 London March 22, 1932 GB-4116-2 Dec F-2889, Brunswick 6375, M1174oz As above
552 King Was In The Counting House, The Masqueraders Montague Ewing w/m `32 London March 24, 1932 CA-12544-1 Col CB-443, Col DO-719  
553 Goopy Gear Masqueraders Herman Hupfeld w/m `31 London March 24, 1932 CA-12545-2 Col CB-442, Col DO-718 AB with Carroll Gibbons
554 Sailing On The Robert E. Lee Masqueraders Eugene West/Jas.McCaffrey/David Ringle w/m `31 London March 24, 1932 CA-12546-1 Col CB-443, Col DO-719  
555 Hello Mike Roy Fox ahb Peter Maurice / Alan Berne w/m `32 London c. March 1932   Film Soundtrack From "A Night Like This"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band c. 1932
556 In London On A Night Like This Roy Fox ahb Arthur Young Val Valentine `32 London c. March 1932   Film Soundtrack From "A Night Like This"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band. c. 1932
557 Considerin' Roy Fox ahb Arthur Young Val Valentine `31 London c. March 1932   Film Soundtrack From "A Night Like This"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band. c. 1932
558 If Anything Happened To You Roy Fox ahb Arthur Young Val Valentine `32 London c. March 1932   Film Soundtrack From "A Night Like This"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band. c. 1932
559 Was That The Human Thing To Do? Durium Dance Band Sammy Fain Joe Young `31 London April 1, 1932 E-1023-B Durium EN-11 Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Ernest Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (alto saxophone); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone and viola); Harry Rubens (piano); Bill Herbert (guitar); Dick Ball (brass and string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 1, 1932
560 Now That You're Gone Durium Dance Band Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito w/m `31 London April 1, 1932 E-1023-B Durium EN-11 As above
561 Goodnight, Vienna Durium Dance Band Eric Maschwitz /Geo.Posford w/m `32 London April 1, 1932 E-1024-A-B-C Durium EN-9 As above. All three takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
562 My Sweet Virginia Durium Dance Band V.Rose / R.Klages J.Meskill / R.S.Stoddon `31 London April 1, 1932 E-1024-A-B-C Durium EN-9 As above. All three takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
563 Goodnight, Vienna Ray Noble & his NMDO Eric Maschwitz /Geo.Posford w/m `32 London April 7, 1932 OB-3063-1 HMV B-6172, Victor 24064, Electrola EG-2567 HMV C-2740 HMV K-6570 HMV C-2740 "Jubilee Music Hall Parade", Side 3 of a 2 -record set, contains an excerpt. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); unknown ’cello; Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 7, 1932.
564 Give Me A Tune Ray Noble & his NMDO Vincent Scotto w/m `32 London April 7, 1932 OB-3064-2 HMV B-6182 AB whistles. As above
565 Living In Clover Ray Noble & his NMDO Geo.Posford w/m `32 London April 7, 1932 OB-3065-2 HMV B-6172, Victor 24064 HMV K-6570 As above
566 Somebody Loves You Roy Fox ahb Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `32 London April 13, 1932 GB-4255-2 Dec F-2922 M-1141 Roy Fox (Missing ill); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
567 I'm For You A Hundred Per Cent Roy Fox ahb Jas.Dyrenforth/Billy Rose/Carroll Gibbons w/m `31 London April 13, 1932 GB-4256-2 Dec F-2923 M-1140 oz As above
568 Can't We Talk It Over? Roy Fox ahb Victor Young Ned Washington `31 London April 13, 1932 GB-4257-1-3 Dec F-2923 M-1140 oz As above. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
569 When We're Alone Roy Fox ahb Will Jason / Val Burton w/m `31 London April 13, 1932 GB-4258-2 Dec F-2922 M-1141 oz As above
570 Can't We Talk It Over? Durium Dance Band Victor Young Ned Washington `31 London April 20, 1932 E-1029-A-C Durium EN-13 Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Ernest Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (alto saxophone); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone and viola); Harry Rubens (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Dick Ball (brass and string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 20, 1932. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
571 Just Humming Along Durium Dance Band Montague Ewing /Sherman Myers R.Hargreaves / S.Damerell `31 London April 20, 1932 E-1029-A-C Durium EN-13 As above. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
572 Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear Durium Dance Band Al Hoffman/Ed Nelson Ger w: Herr Fred Fisher `32 London April 20, 1932 E-1030-A-B-C Durium EN-12 As above. All three takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
573 Rain On The Roof Durium Dance Band Ann Ronell w/m `32 London April 20, 1932 E-1030-A-B-C Durium EN-12 As above. All three takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
574 With All My Love And Kisses Ray Noble & his NMDO Archie Gottler / Horatio Nicholls w/m `32 London April 21, 1932 OB-2860-2 HMV B-6176, HMV EA-1123, Victor 24128 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and another(trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 21, 1932.
575 We've Got The Moon And Sixpence Ray Noble & his NMDO Vivian Ellis / Oscar Levant w/m `32 London April 21, 1932 OB-2861-2 HMV B-6203,Victor 24212, Electrola EG-2684 As above
576 What Would You Do? New Mayfair Orchestra directed by Ray Noble Richard Whiting Leo Robin `32 London May 3, 1932 OB-2870-2 HMV B-4188, K6572 French One Hour With You-Selection Part 2. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare and another? (trumpets); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 3, 1932.
577 One Hour With You New Mayfair Orchestra Richard Whiting Leo Robin `31 London May 3, 1932 OB-2871-1 HMV B-4188, K6572 French One Hour With You-Selection Part 1. As above
578 Sailin' On The Robert E. Lee Ray Noble & his NMDO Eugene West/Jas.McCaffrey/David Ringle w/m `31 London May 3, 1932 OB-2874-2 HMV B-6176,Victor 24128, Electrola EG-2581 EA-1122 As above
579 Lovable Roy Fox ahb Woods Gus Kahn London May 4, 1932 GB-4409-2 Dec F-2963 Roy Fox (directing?); Sid Buckman, Nat Gonella (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Ernest Ritte, Jim Easton, Harry Berly(doubling viola)(saxophones, clarinets); Lew Stone (piano, celeste); Al Bowlly (guitar, vocals); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums).
580 Love, You Funny Thing Roy Fox ahb Fred Ahlert Roy Turk `32 London May 4, 1932 GB-4411-2 Dec F-2964 As above
581 Gettin' Sentimental Roy Fox ahb Matt Malneck Gus Kahn `31 London May 4, 1932 GB-4412-2 Dec F-2963 As above
582 Snuggled On Your Shoulder SHO Carmen Lombardo Joe Young `31 London May 11, 1932 CA-12691-3 Col CB-458, Col DO-756  
583 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now SHO     London May 11, 1932 CA-12692-1-2 Col rejected  
584 When We're Alone SHO Will Jason / Val Burton w/m `31 London May 11, 1932 CA-12693-2 Col CB-459, Col DF-911  
585 What Makes You So Adorable? SHO Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `32 London May 11, 1932 CA-12694-1 Col CB-469, Col DO-783oz  
586 You've Got What Gets Me Roy Fox ahb Geo.Gershwin Ira Gershwin `30 London May 19, 1932 GB-4489-2 Dec F-3014 M-1156 Roy Fox (leader, trumpet); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
587 I Got Rhythm Roy Fox ahb Geo Gershwin Ira Gershwin `30 London May 19, 1932 GB-4490-3 Dec F-3014 M-1156 oz As above. With Nat Gonella and chorus.
588 Put That Sun Back In The Sky Roy Fox ahb Jos.Meyer Irv.Kahal `31 London May 19, 1932 GB-4491-2 Dec F-3015 As above
589 Echo Of A Song, The Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza   London May 19, 1932 GB-4492-1-2 Dec rejected As above
590 By The Fireside NMDO Ray Noble / Jimmy Campbell Reginald Connelly `32 London May 27, 1932 OB-2892-2 HMV B-4208 Songs Everybody Is Singing - Part 1. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and another (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter, or possibly Harry Berly, who is definitely present on viola, (tenor saxophone); 3 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 27, 1932.
591 What Makes You So Adorable? NMDO Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `32 London May 27, 1932 OB-2893-2 HMV B-4208 Songs Everybody Is Singing - Part 2. As above
592 Was That The Human Thing To Do? Arthur Lally aho Sammy Fain Joe Young `31 London June 1, 1932 GB-4537-2 Dec F-3006 A Hiking Holiday With Bert Feldman - Part 1
593 When The Rest Of The Crowd Goes Home Arthur Lally aho Joe Burke Al Dubin `31 London June 1, 1932 GB-4538-1 Dec F-3006 A Hiking Holiday With Bert Feldman - Part 2
594 Good Evening Arthur Lally aho Tolchard Evans w/m `32 London June 1, 1932 PB-1008-2 Dec F-3067, Panachord 25240, Mayfair G-2170 Dec Aus M1195 As Buddy Lewis&his Orchestra (Panachord 25240) or Jack Holmes&his Orchestra (Mayfair G-2170)
595 My Sunny Monterey Arthur Lally aho Horatio Nicholls Jos.Geo.Gilbert `32 London June 1, 1932 PB-1008-2. could be take 1 on panachord CHECK it Panachord 25240, Mayfair G-2170 As Buddy Lewis&his Orchestra (Panachord 25240) or Jack Holmes&his Orchestra (Mayfair G-2170)
596 It Ain't No Fault Of Mine # Roy Fox ahb Joe Davis / Spencer Williams w/m `29 London June 6, 1932   Film Soundtrack From Pathetone Weekly short "Roy Fox" v- Nat Gonella. Later from British Pathé film soundtrack, released June 6th 1932
597 Good Evening Ray Noble & his NMDO Tolchard Evans w/m `32 London June 8, 1932 OB-3094-3 HMV B-6193, HMV EA-1119 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter, or possibly Harry Berly, who is definitely present on viola, (tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums/tymps); guitar; bass trombone added; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, June 8, 1932
598 Echo Of A Song, The Ray Noble & his NMDO Peter Mendoza w/m `32 London June 8, 1932 OB-3095-2 HMV B-6193 As above
599 Dreams That Don't Grow Old Ray Noble & his NMDO Vivian Ellis / H.M.Tennent w/m `32 London June 8, 1932 OB-3096-2 HMV B-6192 As above
600 Echo Of A Song, The Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza   London June 10, 1932 GB-4492-1-2-3 Dec F-3015, Brunswick 6457 Takes 1 and 2 Decca rejects recorded May 19
601 It's Always Good-bye Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza w/m `32 London June 10, 1932 GB-4559-2 Dec F-3028  
602 Lullaby Of The Leaves Roy Fox ahb Bernice Petkere Joe Young `32 London June 10, 1932 GB-4560-3 Dec F-3029 Dec Aus M1172 F45006 french? With Chorus.
603 Gone Forever Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza w/m `32 London June 10, 1932 GB-4561-2 Dec F-3029Dec Aus M1172  
604 What Makes You So Adorable? Roy Fox ahb Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `32 London June 10, 1932 GB-4562-2 Dec F-3028  
605 Drums In My Heart Arthur Lally aho Vincent Youmans Ed Heyman `32 London June 30, 1932 GB-4610-2 Dec F-3057  
606 Ev'ry Day's A Lucky Day Arthur Lally aho Harry Carlton w/m `32 London June 30, 1932 GB-4611-1 Dec F-3057, Dec M-1175 With chorus. There appear to be two edits of this same performance, one longer version including a second chorus by AB; possibly one was issued as Dec F-3057 and the other as M-1175.
607 I Heard SHO Don Redman / Irving Mills w/m `32 London July 18, 1932 CA-12892-2 Col CB-483, Col DO-805oz AB&Carroll Gibbons
608 What A Life! SHO Ub Lwerks w/m `32 London July 18, 1932 CA-12893-1 Col CB-482, Col DO-805oz  
609 Great Big Bunch Of You, A SHO Harry Warren Mort Dixon London July 18, 1932 CA-12894-2 Col CB-482, Col DO-806  
610 Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day Roy Fox ahb Harold Arlen Ted Koehler `32 London July 20, 1932 GB-4679-3 Dec F-3063 M1184 No mention of a vocal refrain on label.
611 Roy Fox's Commentary On Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Reception Roy Fox ahb Harold Arlen Ted Koehler `32 London July 20, 1932 GB-4680-3 Dec F-3063, M1184 AB - s (in pretend Chinese); no mention of vocal refrain on label.
612 One More Affair Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza w/m `32 London July 20, 1932 GB-4681-2 Dec F-3093  
613 Marta Roy Fox ahb Moises Simons&Sp.w:/ Eng.w:/ Wolfe Gilbert `31 London July 20, 1932 GB-4682-1-2 Dec Rejected  
614 Why Be So Unkind To Me? Ray Noble & his New Mayfair Orchestra R.Stanley / Tolchard Evans / H.Tilsley w/m `32 London July 20, 1932 OB-2367-2 HMV B-6220, HMV EA-1143 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and another (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink or Harry Carter, or possibly Harry Berly, who is definitely present on viola, (tenor saxophone); 3 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, July 20, 1932
615 Please Don't Mention It Ray Noble & his New Mayfair Orchestra Harry Pepper w/m `32 London July 20, 1932 OB-2368-1 HMV B-6219, HMV EA-1143 Duet with Anona Winn. As above
616 Where Are You? (Girl Of My Dreams) Ray Noble & his New Mayfair Orchestra Bing Crosby/Irving / Bibo /Paul McVey w/m `32 London July 20, 1932 OB-2369-2 HMV B-6220 Duet with Anona Winn. As above
617 Pagan Moon Ray Noble & his New Mayfair Orchestra Joe Burke Al Dubin /Alfred Bryan `31 London July 20, 1932 OB-2370-2 HMV B-6219 As above without Anona Winn
618 We've Got The Moon And Sixpence Arthur Lally aho Vivian Ellis / Oscar Levant w/m `32 London July 23, 1932 GB-4689-1 Dec F-3066 Dec Aus M1196 Mayfair G2181 Mayfair as Jack Holmes and his Orchestra.
619 Is I In Love? I Is Arthur Lally aho John Russell Robinson Mercer Cook `32 London July 23, 1932 GB-4690-2 Dec F-3066 MAYFAIR G-2171 Dec Aus M1196  
620 Please Don't Mention It AB acc. by small instrumental group. Harry Pepper w/m `32 London July 26, 1932 GB-4696-1 Dec F-3128, Dec M-422, Dec M-1203 AB - s (briefly); with female voice.
621 Wherever You Are AB acc. by small instrumental group. ? Ray Henderson `28 (right song ? B.G.De Sylva / Lew Brown London July 26, 1932 GB-4697-2 Dec F-3128, Dec M-422, Dec M-1203  
622 Marta Roy Fox ahb Moises Simons&Sp.w:/ Eng.w:/ Wolfe Gilbert `31 London August 8, 1932 GB-4682-4 Dec F-3093 Roy Fox (leader, trumpet); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone.
623 Wherever You Are Roy Fox ahb Gus Kahn/Jimmy Campbell/Reg Connelly/Ray Noble   London August 8, 1932 GB-4715-1 Dec F-3094 M1193 As above
624 Just Another Dream Of You Roy Fox ahb Joe Burke Benny Davis `32 London August 8, 1932 GB-4716-2 Dec F-3094 M.1193 oz As above
625 Ooh! That Kiss! Roy Fox ahb Harry Warren Mort Dixon / Joe Young `31 London August 8, 1932 GB-4717-1 Dec F-3099 AU M-1194 As above
626 You're My Everything Roy Fox ahb Harry Warren Mort Dixon / Joe Young `31 London August 8, 1932 GB-4718-2 Dec F-3099 M-1194 oz As above
627 Looking On The Bright Side Of Life (The same song as the one above) Ray Noble & his NMDO Howard Flynn w/m `32 London September 1, 1932 OB-3182-2 HMV B-6237, Victor 24212 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and another (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Berly or Ham- Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, September 1, 1932.
628 Younger Generation, The Ray Noble & his NMDO Noel Coward w/m `32 London September 1, 1932 OB-3183-2 HMV B-6238, Victor 25020 HMV C30 HMV C30 contains an excerpt. As above
629 You're More Than All The World To Me Ray Noble & his NMDO W.E.Haines / M.Beresford / F.Sumner w/m `32 London September 1, 1932 OB-3185-1 HMV B-6237 As above
630 Happy-Go-Lucky You (And Broken-Hearted Me) AB acc. by small instrumental group Jack Murray / Al Goodhart / Al Hoffman w/m `32 London September 7, 1932 GB-4842-3 Dec F-3145  
631 It Was So Beautiful AB acc. by small instrumental group Harry Barris Art Freed `32 London September 7, 1932 GB-4843-1 Dec F-3145  
632 I'll Do My Best To Make You Happy Ray Noble & his NMDO Ray Noble w/m `32 London September 8, 1932 OB-3195-2 HMV B-6245,+ OZ Victor 24333 HMV K-6901 Elec EG-2692 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and another (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and or Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); Harry Berly (viola); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, September 8, 1932.
633 Love Is The Sweetest Thing Ray Noble & his NMDO Ray Noble w/m `32 London September 8, 1932 OB-3196-2 HMV B-6245 oz, Victor 24333 HMV K-6901 Rca demonstration record K-1-A As above
634 Night When Love Was Born, The Roy Fox ahb Abel Baer Joe Young/Dave Oppenheim`32 London September 9, 1932 GB-4866-3 Dec F-3152  
635 Are You Prepared (To Be True?) Roy Fox ahb Peter Venning / Clifton Marsh w/m `32 London September 9, 1932 GB-4867-1 Dec F-3152  
636 If You Were Only Mine Roy Fox ahb Isham Jones Chas.newman `32 London September 9, 1932 GB-4868-1 Dec F-3151 2
637 Call It A Day Roy Fox ahb Peter Mendoza w/m `32 London September 9, 1932 GB-4869-2 Dec F-3151 2
638 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet Clarence Gaskill / Jimmy McHugh w/m `26 London September 14, 1932 GB-4888-3 Dec F-3176 Brian Rust lists the personnel in Jazz Records
Nat Gonella-t-vocals, Harry Jacobson-p-cel, Tiny Winters-sb, Al Bowlly-g, Bill Harty-d
639 I Heard # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet Don Redman / Irving Mills w/m `32 London September 14, 1932 GB-4889-1 Dec F-3176, Dec(US) 492, Mayfair G-282 Brian Rust lists the personnel in Jazz Records. Nat Gonella-t-vocals, Harry Jacobson-p-cel, Tiny Winters-sb, Al Bowlly-g, Bill Harty-d
640 Love Is The Sweetest Thing AB acc. by orchestra Ray Noble w/m `32 London September 19, 1932 GB-4901-1-2-3 Dec Rejected  
641 I'll Do My Best To Make You Happy AB acc. by orchestra Ray Noble w/m `32 London September 19, 1932 GB-4902-1-2 Dec Rejected  
642 Listen To The German Band Debroy Somers Band Harry Revel Mack Gordon `29 London September 20, 1932 CA-13038-1 Col CB-508  
643 Dance Of The Cuckoos Rudy Starita with Arthur Lally aho Harry Steinberg ? `32 London September 21, 1932 GB-4919-2 Dec F-3186 No mention of the vocal refrain on the label
644 This Is My Love Song Arthur Lally aho Joe Burke Al Dubin `31 London September 21, 1932 GB-4921-1 Panachord 25303, Mayfair G-2203 Mayfair as Jack Holmes And His Orchestra.
645 Old Man Of The Mountains, The Roy Fox ahb Victor Young Geo.Brown `32 London September 23, 1932 GB-4936-1-2 Dec F-3181 Roy Fox (leader, trumpet); Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte (alto saxophones, clarinets); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, ocarina); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Lew Stone (piano); Al Bowlly (guitar); Tiny Winters (bass); Bill Harty (drums). Arranger: Lew Stone. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
646 How'm I Doin'? Roy Fox ahb Lemuel Fowler / Don Redman w/m `32 London September 23, 1932 GB-4937-3 Dec F-3198 As above. Vocal refrain by Nat Gonella and chorus including AB
647 Moon Roy Fox ahb Michael Caleo/Jack Miles/Harold Potter w/m `31 London September 23, 1932 GB-4938-2 Dec F-3198 As above
648 All Of A Sudden Roy Fox ahb Harry Woods w/m `32 London September 23, 1932 GB-4939-3 Dec F-3181 As above
649 Hello Mike Arthur Lally aho Peter Maurice / Alan Berne w/m `32 London September 29, 1932 GB-4957-1 Dec F-3187  
650 Considerin' Arthur Lally aho Arthur Young Val Valentine `31 London September 29, 1932 GB-4958-2 Dec F-3187, Mayfair G-2202 Mayfair as Jack Holmes And His Orchestra
651 Looking On The Bright Side Arthur Lally aho Howard Flynn w/m `32 London September 29, 1932 GB-4959-3 Panachord 25303, Mayfair G-2203 Mayfair as Jack Holmes And His Orchestra
652 Wicked Mr. Punch Rudy Starita with Arthur Lally aho Meisel w/m `31 London September 29, 1932 GB-4960-2 Dec F-3186 No mention of the vocal refrain on the label
653 Love Is The Sweetest Thing AB acc. by orchestra Ray Noble w/m `32 London October 7, 1932 GB-4901-6 Dec F-3194  
654 I'll Do My Best To Make You Happy AB acc. by orchestra Ray Noble w/m `32 London October 7, 1932 GB-4902-3 Dec F-3194  
655 My Romance AB acc. by orchestra Victor Young Ned Washington `32 London October 7, 1932 GB-4994-1 Dec F-3218  
656 Keep Your Last Goodnight For Me AB acc. by orchestra Fred Ahlert Roy Turk `32 London October 7, 1932 GB-4995-1 Dec F-3218  
657 Don't Say Goodbye Ray Noble & his NMDO Lawrence Wright w/m `32 London October 11, 1932 OB-4069-1 HMV B-6251 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and probably Clifton French (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink (clarinets and tenor saxophones); Harry Berly (viola); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Ray Noble (celeste); Al Bowlly (vocal); Rudy Starita (vibraphone). London, October 11, 1932.
658 Song Of The Bells Ray Noble & his NMDO Edw.Pola / Jack Hylton / Franz Steininger w/m `32 London October 11, 1932 OB-4070-2 HMV B-6249 As above
659 Bedtime Story, A Ray Noble & his NMDO Ralph Rainger ? Leo Robin `32 (Film `33 London October 11, 1932 OB-4071-1 HMV B-6250, HMV EA-1223, Victor 24226, Elec EG-2690 As above
660 Marching Along Together Ray Noble & his NMDO Franz Steininger Edw.Pola `32 London October 11, 1932 OB-4072-2 HMV B-6249 As above
661 You, Just You Ray Noble & his NMDO F.Perry w/m `31 London October 11, 1932 OB-4073-2 HMV B-6251 As above
662 Rock Your Cares Away Ray Noble & his NMDO Leo Towers/Harry Leon/Horatio Nicholls w/m `32 London October 11, 1932 OB-4074-3 HMV B-6250,Victor 25262, Victor 24302 K-6778 French Elec EG-2690 As above
663 Happy-Go-Lucky You And Broken-Hearted Me AB with various artists acc. by Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Jack Murray / Al Goodhart / Al Hoffman w/m `32 London October 21, 1932 GA-5065-2 Dec K-684 O.K. Decca - Part 2
664 Nightfall Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Peter De Rose / Chas.Harold Sam Lewis `32 London October 21, 1932 GB-5058-1-2-3 Dec Rejected  
665 Rain, Rain, Go Away Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Johnny Green /Edw.Heyman Mack David `32 ? London October 21, 1932 GB-5059-1-2-3 Dec Rejected  
666 In The Still Of The Night Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Jo Trent / Hoagy Carmichael w/m `32 London October 21, 1932 GB-5060-1-2 Dec Rejected  
667 Why Waste Your Tears? Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Val Holstins w/m `32 London October 21, 1932 GB-5061-1-2 Dec Rejected  
668 Nightfall Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Peter De Rose / Chas.Harold Sam Lewis `32 London October 31, 1932 GB-5058-5 Dec F-3234 Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets, mellophone); Lew Davis, Joe Ferric (trombone); Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (Clarinet alto); Ernest Ritte (alto/baritone); Harry Berly (tenor ocarina viola); Pat Dodd (piano); Jack Hill (guitar); Tiny Winters,(bass); Bill Harty (drums). October 31. 1932
669 Rain, Rain, Go Away Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Johnny Green /Edw.Heyman Mack David `32 ? London October 31, 1932 GB-5059-5 Dec F-3233 As above.
670 In The Still Of The Night Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Jo Trent / Hoagy Carmichael w/m `32 London October 31, 1932 GB-5060-5 Dec F3234 As above
671 Why Waste Your Tears? Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Dance Orchestra Val Holstins w/m `32 London October 31, 1932 GB-5061-4 Dec F-3233 As above
672 I Can't Write The Words Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Gerald Marks Buddy Fields `31 London November 11, 1932 GB-5158-1-2 Dec Rejected  
673 Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Herman Hupfeld w/m `32 London November 11, 1932 GB-5159-1-2 Dec Rejected Duet with Mary Charles
674 So Ashamed AB acc. by orchestra directed by George Scott-Wood Milton Ager Ben Davis `32 London November 15, 1932 GB-5172-3 Dec F-3275 Acc. by orchestra directed by George Scott-Wood (on Decca F-3275) or by George Scott-Wood (pno.) Matrices GB-5174/5 are by other artists entirely.
675 Rosa Mia AB acc. by orchestra directed by George Scott-Wood Tito Guizar / Fred Fisher / Harold Potter w/m `32 London November 15, 1932 GB-5173-1 Dec F-3275  
676 Rockin' Chair # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet Hoagy Carmichael w/m`30 London November 15, 1932 GB-5174-2 Dec F-3292, Dec(US) 546 "Alfie Noakes (trumpet), Joe Ferrie (trombone), Jim Easton&Earnest Ritte (clarinet, alto sax), Harry Berly (ten. sax), Eddie Carroll (piano), Tiny Winters (bass), Al Bowlly (guitar), Bill Harty (drums)London, November 15, 1932"
677 When You're Smiling # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet Mark Fisher / Joe Goodwin / Larry Shay w/m `28 London November 15, 1932 GB-5175-2 Dec F-3292, Dec(US) 546 AB (guitar) v Nat Gonella
678 I'll Follow You AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pno.) Fred Ahlert Roy Turk `32 London November 15, 1932 GB-5176-1 Dec F-3304  
679 Million Dreams, A AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pno.) J.C.Lewis Gus Kahn `32 London November 15, 1932 GB-5177-3 Dec F-3304  
680 I Can't Write The Words Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Buddy Fields / Gerald Marks   London November 16, 1932 GB-5158-5 Dec F-3270 With chorus.
681 Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep) Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Herman Hupfeld w/m `32 London November 16, 1932 GB-5159-4 Dec F-3270 Duet with Mary Charles; AB - s; two takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
682 Junk Man Blues Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Red Nichols / Phil Dooley w/m `32 London November 29, 1932 GB-5261-2 Dec F-3313 AB with Nat Gonella and chorus
683 Balloons Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Frank Magine / Nelson Shawn w/m `32 London November 29, 1932 GB-5262-2 Dec F-3314 With chorus.
684 My Woman Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Bing Crosby /Max Wartell /Irv.Wallman w/m `32 London November 29, 1932 GB-5263-2 Dec F-3313  
685 I'll Never Be The Same Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Matt Malneck / Frank Signorelli Gus Kahn `32 London December 2, 1932 GB-5264-2 Dec F-3314  
686 You'll Always Be The Same Sweetheart Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias /Joe Burke `32 London December 2, 1932 GB-5280-3 Dec F-3345  
687 Here Lies Love Ray Noble aho Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `32 London December 8, 1932 OB-4356-2 HMV B-6283 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Caner (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (tymps); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 8, 1932.
688 Please Ray Noble aho Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `32 London December 8, 1932 OB-4357-1 HMV B-6283, Electrola EG-2778 HMV LB-6283 Elec LB-6283 HMV K-6818 As above
689 Girl Who Thought ... Part 1, The Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Orlado Powell Geo.Arthurs 1907 London December 9, 1932 GB-5314-2-3 Dec F-3324 AB - s; with others; both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
690 Girl Who Thought ... Part 2, The Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Orlado Powell Geo.Arthurs 1907 London December 9, 1932 GB-5315-1 Dec F-3324 With others.
691 Let's All Sing Like The Birdies Sing Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Tolchard Evans `32 Robt Hargreaves/Stan Damerell London December 9, 1932 GB-5316-1 Dec F-3345 With Tiny Winters and chorus.
692 What More Can I Ask? Ray Noble aho Ray Noble Anona Winn `32 London December 14, 1932 OB-4365-1 HMV B-6302, OZ Victor 24314 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Berly (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 3 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 14, 1932.
693 Brighter Than The Sun Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `32 London December 17, 1932 OB-4358-1-2-3 HMV B-6302, B-6302 oz Victor 24314 Takes 1 and 2 HMV rejected on Dec 8 and Dec 17 for take 3). Personnel: as Dec 8.
694 Glorious Devon AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pno.) Edward German Sir. Harold Boulton 1906/1933 London December 21, 1932 KB-216-2 Dec F-3369  
695 What More Can I Ask? Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Ray Noble Anona Winn `32 London December 23, 1932 GB-5398-1 Dec F-3373  
696 Brighter Than The Sun Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Ray Noble w/m `32 London December 23, 1932 GB-5399-1 Dec F-3373  
697 Ich Liebe Dich, My Dear Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Jack Hart / Tom Blight w/m `32 London December 23, 1932 GB-5400-1 Dec F-3372  
698 Lying In The Hay Lew Stone&the Monseigneur band Mireille Orig.w:/Jean Franc Nohain London December 23, 1932 GB-5401-1-2 Dec F-3372 Nat Gonella also sings; both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number
699 Antoinette Lew Stone ahb Ralph Benatzky (score `32 London c. December 1932   Film Soundtrack From "Antoinette" "The Love Contract"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band; unconfirmed. c. 1932
700 Say To Yourself 'I Will Be Happy' Luton Brass Band Harris Weston w/m 32 London c. December 1932   Film Soundtrack From "The Mayor's Nest" c. 1932
701 Wedding Of The Slumtown Babies, The Lew Stone ahb Harris Weston w/m `32 London c. December 1932   Film Soundtrack From "The Mayor's Nest"; probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band; AB - s. c. 1932
702 Little Nell Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band E.Divana w/m ? `33 London January 10, 1933 GB-5445-2 Dec F-3394 AB speaks the part of the villain. Joe Grossman, Jim Easton (alto-saxophones) Harry Berly or Don Barrigo (tenor-saxophones) Ernest Ritte (baritone/alto-saxophones) Alfie Noakes, Nat Gonella (trumpets) Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones) Eddie Carroll or Monia Liter (piano) Al Bowlly (guitar) Tiny Winters (string bass) Bill Harty (drums).
703 Letter To My Mother, A (A Brivele Der Mame) Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Solomon Small w/m 1907 London January 10, 1933 GB-5446-1 Dec F-3428 Sung in Yiddish. As above
704 Little Street Where Old Friends Meet, A Ray Noble aho Gus Kahn / Harry Woods w/m `32 London January 12, 1933 OB-4394-2 HMV B-6305 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Caner (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (tymps); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, January 12, 1933.
705 Lying In The Hay Ray Noble aho Mireille `32 E/ver:Henry Roberts/ Harry Potter (pno score:Lou Leaman London January 12, 1933 OB-4395-2 HMV B-6306, HMV EA-1187, Victor 24297, Electrola EG-2748 As above
706 Wanderer Ray Noble aho Bud Flanagan / Allen Reiner w/m `32 London January 12, 1933 OB-4396-1 HMV B-6306,HMV EA-1198,Victor 24297, Electrola EG-2748 As above
707 Just An Echo In The Valley Ray Noble aho Harry Woods Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly`32 London January 12, 1933 OB-4397-1 HMV B-6305 HMV K-6843 As above
708 Letter To My Mother, A (A Brivele Der Mame) A Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Solomon Small w/m 1907 London January 27, 1933 GB-5446-4 Dec F-3428 Sung in Yiddish
709 What More Can I Ask? Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band, with AB Ray Noble Anona Winn `32 London January 27, 1933 GB-5521-2 Dec F-3459, Brunswick(US) 6576 News Chronicle Competition Record; Brunswick has the control number B13376 in the wax.
710 In Santa Lucia Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Otto Stransky w/Ger.words E/w: Clifford Grey `32 London January 27, 1933 GB-5522-2 Dec F-3456 AB [trio with Joe Ferrie and Joe Crossman]
711 Please Handle With Care Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Harry Stride / Pat Ballard w/m `32 London January 27, 1933 GB-5523-1 Dec F-3456 A further take exists.
712 World Is so Small, The Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Wm.Walker w/m `33 London January 27, 1933 GB-5524-1 Dec F-3455  
713 Mediterranean Madness Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Wm.Walker w/m `33 London January 27, 1933 GB-5525-1 Dec F-3455, Dec(US) 656  
714 Butterflies In The Rain Ray Noble aho Sherman Myers Erell Reaves `33 London January 31, 1933 OB-6414-1 HMV B-6316,HMVEA-1236, Victor 24296 Victor 24924 argentina Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Berly (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 3 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal); Rudy Starita (vibraphone and xylophone). London, January 31, 1933.
715 Letter To My Mother, A Ray Noble aho Solomon Small w/m 1907 London January 31, 1933 OB-6415-1 HMV B-6317, Victor 24308 As above
716 Play, Fiddle Play NMDO Emery Deutsch Arthur Altman / Jack Lawrence London January 31, 1933 OB-6416-1 HMV B-6318,HMV K-6876 Electrola EG-3402 As above. A further unissued take also exists.
717 Climbing High Lew Stone and His Band Vivian Ellis William Helmore. London January 31, 1933   Film soundtrack A film entitled The King's Cup was released in January 1933, made by Herbert Wilcox Productions for the British and Dominions Film Corporation. Lew Stone and His Band were credited; Al Bowlly and Nat Gonella were not, but Al sang a song called Climbing High, music by Vivian Ellis with Lyrics by William Helmore
718 Come On, Be Happy Jack Jackson aho John Jackson w/m `33 London February 1, 1933 OB-6421-1-2 HMV rejected This session is entered in the HMV files as by `Mr. Blunt and his Orchestra', evidently Jack Jackson's Orchestra, but there is no indication that AB is the vocalist, although this is quite likely.
719 One Little Word Led To Another Jack Jackson aho Isham Jones Chas.newman `32 London February 1, 1933 OB-6422-1-2 HMV rejected This session is entered in the HMV files as by `Mr. Blunt and his Orchestra', evidently Jack Jackson's Orchestra, but there is no indication that AB is the vocalist, although this is quite likely.
720 Look What You've Done Ray Noble aho Harry Ruby Bert Kalmar `32 London February 7, 1933 OB-6320-1 HMV B-6321,Oz HMV K-6907 Victor 24910 arge Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, February 7, 1933.
721 Standing On The Corner Ray Noble aho Franz Steininger w/m `32 London February 7, 1933 OB-6431-2 HMV B-6317, Victor 24308 As above
722 Poor Me, Poor You NMDO Geo.McConnell / Don Bestor Dick Sanford `32 London February 7, 1933 OB-6432-2 HMV B-6318, Electrola EG-2390 EA-1199 As above
723 Have You Ever Been Lonely? Ray Noble aho Peter De Rose Geo.Brown (aka:Billy Hill `32 London February 7, 1933 OB-6433-1 HMV B-6319 , Victor 24278 Victor JA-102 As above
724 Wheezy Anna Ray Noble aho Leslie Sarony w/m `33 London February 7, 1933 OB-6434-1 HMV B-6316, Victor 24287 EA-1199 As above
725 Love Tales Ray Noble aho Sam Stept /Milton Ager Benny Davis `33 London February 7, 1933 OB-6435-2 HMV B-6319, Victor 24278 Victor JA-102 As above
726 Can't We Meet Again? NMDO Bud Flanagan / Reg Connelly w/m `33 London February 20, 1933 OB-6440-1 HMV B-6320 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, February 20
727 Sweetheart NMDO ? L.Clare w/m `33 London February 20, 1933 OB-6441-2 HMV B-6320 As above
728 What A Perfect Combination NMDO Harry Ruby / Harry Akst Bert Kalamar /Irv.Caesar `32 London February 20, 1933 OB-6442-1-2 HMV rejected As above
729 Come On, Be Happy Jack Jackson as John Jackson aho John Jackson w/m `33 London February 24, 1933 OB-6421-4 HMV B-6330 With scatting by Jack Jackson
730 Let Bygones Be Bygones Jack Jackson as John Jackson aho Jos. Geo. Gilbert w/m `33 London February 24, 1933 OB-6449-2 HMV B-6330 Includes patter with Jack Jackson where AB is addressed as "George".
731 I'm Playing With Fire Jack Jackson as John Jackson aho Irving Berlin w/m `32 London February 24, 1933 OB-6450-2 HMV B-6322 AB&Jack Jackson&chorus
732 Sittin' In The Dark Jack Jackson as John Jackson aho Jesse Greer Harold Adamson `33 London February 24, 1933 OB-6451-1 HMV B-6322, HMV EA-1202  
733 Moment I Saw You, The Ray Noble aho Noel Gay Clifford Grey `33 London February 27, 1933 OB-6452-1 HMV B-6325,Victor 120859 (Canadian), Victor 24610 , Victor 25313 Same as Feb 20 1933
734 My Heart's To Let Ray Noble aho Jack Waller / Joe Tunbridge w/m `33 London February 27, 1933 OB-6453-1 HMV B-6323, Victor 24341 As above
735 When You've Fallen In Love Ray Noble aho Jack Waller /Jos.Tunbridge w/m `33 London February 27, 1933 OB-6454-1 HMV B-6323, Victor 24341 As above
736 My Heart's To Let Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Jack Waller / Joe Tunbridge w/m `33 London March 2, 1933 GB-5613-2 Dec F-3496  
737 When You've Fallen In Love Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Jack Waller /Jos.Tunbridge w/m `33 London March 2, 1933 GB-5614-2 Dec F-3496  
738 Someone To Care For Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Harry Warren Al Dubin / Irv Kahal ? `32 London March 2, 1933 GB-5625-1 Dec F-3502  
739 Won't You Stay To Tea? Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Harry Revel `32 Mack Gordon `33 London March 2, 1933 GB-5626-2 Dec F-3502  
740 Sing, It's Good For You # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet (Rhythmic Accompaniment) Hughie Prince / Harold Mooney w/m `32 ? London March 3, 1933 GB-5627-1 Dec F-3531 AB (guitar) v Nat Gonella
741 That's My Home # Nat Gonella&his Trumpet ( Rhythmic Accompaniment) Sid Robin w/m `32 London March 3, 1933 GB-5628-2 Dec F-3531 AB (guitar) v Nat Gonella
742 Three Wishes Ray Noble aho Douglas Furber /Geo Posford w/m `32 London March 16, 1933 OB-6474-1 HMV B-6332oz, Victor 24347 As above
743 Let Me Give My Happiness To You Ray Noble aho Geo Posford w/m `33 London March 16, 1933 OB-6476-2 HMV B-6332 oz Victor 24347 As above
744 Hustlin' And Bustlin' For Baby Ray Noble aho Harry Woods Ted Koehler `33 London March 16, 1933 OB-6478-2 HMV B-6331, EA-1207 As above
745 Stay On The Right Side Of The Road Ray Noble aho Rube Bloom Ted Koehler `33 London March 16, 1933 OB-6479-1 HMV B-6331, Victor 24375 EA-1440 As above. AB - s ; with chorus.
746 Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? AB acc. Ray Noble Jay Gorney E.Y.Harburg `32 London March 17, 1933 OB-6357-1-2 HMV test  
747 Sweetheart AB acc. Ray Noble ? L.Clare w/m `33 London March 17, 1933 OB-6358-1-2 HMV test  
748 Sweetheart Scott-Wood Accordion Quartet ? L.Clare w/m `33 London April 3, 1933 CE-4949-1 Parlophone R-1476  
749 Can't We Meet Again? Scott-Wood Accordion Quartet Bud Flanagan / Reg Connelly w/m `33 London April 3, 1933 CE-4950-1 Parlophone R-1506, Parlophone A-3628  
750 Pale Volga Moon Scott-Wood Accordion Quartet Sherman Myers Erell Reaves`32 ? London April 3, 1933 CE-4951-1 Parlophone R-1469  
751 Goodnight Waltz, The Scott-Wood Accordion Quartet Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn `25 London April 3, 1933 CE-4952-1 Parlophone R-1506, Parlophone A-3628  
752 Oh! Mr Moon Scott-Wood Accordion Quartet Geo.Posford w/m `32 London April 3, 1933 CE-4953-1 Parlophone R-1476  
753 Oh! Mister Moon Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Geo.Posford w/m `32 London April 5, 1933 GB-5727-2 Dec F-3535 Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets mellophone); Lew Davis, Joe Ferric (trombone);Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (Clarinet alto); Ernest Ritte (alto/baritone); Harry Berly (tenor ocarina viola); Eddie Carroll (piano); Eddie Freeman (guitar); Tiny Winters,(bass); Bill Harty (drums). April 5 193
754 Three Wishes Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Douglas Furber /Geo Posford w/m `32 London April 5, 1933 GB-5728-1 Dec F-3534 As above
755 Let Me Give My Happiness To You Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Douglas Furber /Geo Posford w/m `33 London April 5, 1933 GB-5729-1 Dec F-3534 As above
756 And So I Married The Girl Lew Stone&the Monseigneur Band Sam Stept Herb Magidson `32 London April 5, 1933 GB-5730-1 Dec F-3535 As above
757 Venetian Nights New Mayfair Orchestra directed by Clifford Greenwood Jacques Offenbach m:/ 1864 London April 6, 1933 2B-6493-1 HMV C-2565 Venetian Nights. ; directed by Clifford Greenwood; AB sings part of the Barcarolle from Offenbach's `Tales Of Hoffman' with Suzanne Botterill
758 Maria, My Own AB acc. by small instrumental group Ernesto Lecuona E.w:/ L.Wolfe Gilbert 1931 London April 20, 1933 GB-5769-2 Dec F-3560  
759 That's All That Matters To Me AB acc. by small instrumental group Sam Stept Herb Magidson `32 London April 20, 1933 GB-5770-2 Dec F-3560  
760 You Must Believe Me AB acc. by small instrumental group Joe Burke Charlie Tobias `33 London April 20, 1933 GB-5771-1 Dec F-3547 Dec K-714 An excerpt was also issued on "The Decca ABC" Dec K-714.12"
761 Goodnight, But Not Goodbye AB acc. by small instrumental group H.Roberts / P.Michael w/m `33 London April 20, 1933 GB-5772-2 Dec F-3547 AB - g; small instrumental group.
762 Something To Do With Spring Carroll Gibbons and the SHO     London April 22, 1933 CAX-6810-1   A "Private recording for Mr. McAlpine," a studio session for Columbia (EMI), made for broadcast on Radio Athlone, of Al singing Farewell to Arms and There's Something To Do With Spring. Our source sounds like a homemade acetate recording taken from a short-wave broadcast.
763 The Village Band Ray Noble aho Fryberg   London April 25, 1933 OB-6516-1 HMV B-6344 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones; Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 25, 1933. Comedy sketch with Ray Noble and Chorus (Some consider this not a Bowlly item. I disagree.)
764 Dinah Ray Noble aho Harry Akst Sam Lewis / Joe Young `25 London April 25, 1933 OB-6517-1 HMV test for Ray Noble Unconfirmed
765 Waltzing In A Dream Ray Noble aho Victor Young B.Crosby / Ned Washington`32 London May 3, 1933 OB-6527-1 HMV B-6348, HMV EA-1226 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 3, 1933.
766 Maybe I Love You Too Much Ray Noble aho Irv.Berlin w/m `33 London May 3, 1933 OB-6528-2 HMV B-6347 As above
767 It's Within Your Power Ray Noble aho Harry Revel pinning London May 3, 1933 OB-6529-2 HMV B-6347 As above
768 Old Spinning-Wheel, The Ray Noble aho Bill Hill w/m `33 London May 10, 1933 OB-6533-2 HMV B-6348,Victor 24357, Electrola EG-3083 HMV EA1349 Re-released in US with Hang out the stars in Indiana. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 10, 1933.
769 When My Little Pomeranian Met Your Little Pekinese Ray Noble aho Little Jack Little /Ira Schuster & Dave Oppenheim w/m: `33 London May 10, 1933 OB-6534-2 HMV B-6358 JA-122B Jap AB - s (briefly); duet with Frances Day. As above
770 That's What Life Is Made Of Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `33 London May 10, 1933 OB-6535-1 HMV B-6361, Victor 24599, Electrola EG-2836 EA1230 As above
771 Hiawatha's Lullaby Ray Noble aho Walter Donaldson Joe Young `33 London May 16, 1933 OB-6549-1 HMV B-6359, HMV EA-1226 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 16, 1933.
772 For You Alone Ray Noble aho ? Henry Ernest Geehi P.J.O'Reilly w/m 1909 London May 16, 1933 OB-6550-1-2 HMV Rejected As above
773 I Shall Still Keep Smiling Along Ray Noble aho Raymond Wallace w/m `33 ? London May 16, 1933 OB-6551-4 HMV B-6359, HMV EA-1236, Victor 24393 As above
774 Seven Years With The Wrong Woman Ray Noble aho Bob Miller wm c.1929 London May 24, 1933 OB-6561-1 HMV B-6364 , Victor 24388 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets Lew Davis (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 24, 1933.
775 All Over Italy (They Sing So Prettily) Ray Noble aho Butler / Munroe   London May 26, 1933 OB-6560-3 HMV B-6364 , Victor 24388 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 26, 1933.
776 I'm one of the lads of Valencia Ray Noble aho Lloyd   London c, Late May- June 1933 OB-6573-3 HMV B-6344 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones; Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). . Comedy sketch with Ray Noble and Chorus (Some consider this not a Bowlly item. Decide for yourself.)
777 I Gotta Horse Lew Stone ahb ? Harris Weston w/m `33 London c, June 1933   Film Soundtrack From "Up For The Derby" over opening credits, probably with Lew Stone directing Roy Fox's Band.released around June 1933
778 I'll See You Again # Lew Stone ahb Noel Coward w/m `29 London c, June 1933   Film Soundtrack AB (guitar) From "Bitter Sweet"
779 What More Can I Ask? Lew Stone ahb Ray Noble Anona Winn `32 London c, June 1933   Film Soundtrack (1933) From "The Little Damozel"; probably with Lew Stone's Band; unconfirmed. There is a Durium Super M-1. This has What more can I ask & Brighter than the sun. Picture on back. Vocals by Anna Neagle and Sam Browne.
780 I Lay Me Down To Sleep Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Allie Wrubel w/m `33 London June 7, 1933 GB-5958-2 Dec F-3603  
781 In The Park In Paree Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `33 London June 7, 1933 GB-5960-1 Dec F-3592  
782 Language Of Love, The Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Friend, Brown, Madriquera w/m `32 London June 7, 1933 GB-5961-1 Dec F-3603  
783 Oh! Mister Moon Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Geo.Posford w/m `32 London June 13, 1933   Air Check  
784 You're Mine, You Ray Noble aho Johnny Green Ed Heyman `33 London June 16, 1933 OB-6593-2 HMV B-6370, HMV EA-1240 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg Pink and probably Harry Carter (clarinets and tenor saxophones); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harry drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, June 16, 1933
785 Gypsy Fiddles Ray Noble aho Allie Wrubel w/m `33 London June 16, 1933 OB-6594-2 HMV B-6367 As above
786 Something Came And Got Me In The Spring NMDO Jean Schwartz / Max Rich Jack Scholl `33 London June 16, 1933 OB-6595-2 HMV B-6369 oz As above
787 Couple Of Fools In Love, A Ray Noble aho M.Broones w/m `33 London June 20, 1933 OB-6597-2 HMV B-6366 As above
788 I Only Want One Girl Ray Noble aho Martin Broones w/m `33 London June 20, 1933 OB-6598-2 HMV B-6366 As above
789 Shadow Waltz, The Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `33 London July 5, 1933 OB-5012-2 HMV B-6376 As above
790 Pettin' In The Park Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `33 London July 5, 1933 OB-5013-1 HMV B-6375, Victor 24922 Electrola EG-2795 As above
791 I've Got To Sing A Torch Song Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `33 London July 5, 1933 OB-5015-1 HMV B-6375 Victor 24922 As above
792 Roll Up The Carpet Ray Noble aho Al Hoffman / Al Goodhart Ray Klages `33 London July 12, 1933 OB-4634-2 HMV B-6380,HMV EA-1261, Victor 24420, Victor 25262 Ray Noble (probably playing celeste) directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); possibly Harry Berly or Reg Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, July 12, 1933.
793 It's Sunday Down In Carolina Ray Noble aho Jerry Livingston Marty Symes / Al Neiburg `33 London July 12, 1933 OB-4635-1 HMV B-6381, Electrola EG-2883 As above
794 Si Petite Ray Noble aho Gaston Claret`33 Fr/w: P.Boyte / E/w:M.Parish London July 13, 1933 OB-5028-1 HMV B-6381, Electrola EG-2883 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); possibly Harry Berly or Reg Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Jacobson (piano); Harry Berly (viola); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, July 13, 1933.
795 If You'll Say 'Yes', Cherie Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `33 London July 13, 1933 OB-5029-2 HMV B-6379, HMV EA-1261, Electrola EG-2798 French K-7042 As above
796 There's A Cabin In The Pines Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `33 London July 13, 1933 OB-5030-2 HMV B-6379 EA-1317 As above
797 On The Other Side Of Lovers' Lane Ray Noble aho Carroll Gibbons w/m `33 London July 13, 1933 OB-5031-1 HMV B-6380,Victor 24420 Victor 24485-B EA1262 As above
798 Cuddle Up Close Eddie Pola and Company Eddie Pola w/m `33 London July 25, 1933 CAX-6900-1 Col DX-499, Col DOX-391 America Calling Part 1 AB in the character of 'Bang Horseby'
799 You'll Never Understand Eddie Pola and Company Eddie Pola w/m `33 London July 25, 1933 CAX-6901-1-4 Col DX-499, Col DOX-391 America Calling Part 2 AB in the character of 'Bang Horseby'
800 Moonstruck AB Art Johnston Sam Coslow `33 London July 26, 1933 GB-6056-1 Dec F-3627 AB- g; Monia Litter - p; Harry Berly - viola.
801 There's A Cabin In The Pines AB Billy Hill w/m `33 London July 26, 1933 GB-6057-1 Dec F-3638 AB- g; Monia Litter - p; Harry Berly - viola.
802 Learn To Croon AB acc. by unknown viola, pno. and gtr Art Johnston Sam Coslow `33 London July 26, 1933 GB-6058-1 F-3627 AB- g, Monia Litter - p, Harry Berly - viola.
803 I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You AB acc. by unknown viola, pno. and gtr Geo Bassman Ned Washijngton `33 London July 26, 1933 GB-6059-2 Dec F-3638 AB- g; Monia Litter - p; Harry Berly - viola.
804 Isn't It Heavenly? Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Jos Meyer E.Y.Harburg `33 London August 1, 1933 TB-1019 Dec F-3630  
805 Goodnight, Sweetheart Ray Noble ahb Ray Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly Holland August 15, 1933   Film Soundtrack On a four-week working vacation in Holland, the Noble band made an appearance in a newsreel called Polygoon Special. After an introduction by Ray, the band played What a Perfect Combination (Al playing guitar), and then performed Goodnight, Sweetheart, with Al walking up to the microphone to deliver the vocal chorus.
806 Mademoiselle Ray Noble aho Max and Harry Nesbitt w/m `33 ? London September 13, 1933 OB-5084-2 HMV B-6394, HMV EA-1274, Victor 24624 Ray Noble (probably playing celeste) directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); possibly Harry Berly or Reg Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Eric Siday and 2 others (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, September 13, 1933.
807 How Could We Be Wrong? Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `33 London September 13, 1933 OB-5085-2 HMV B-6396, Victor 24872, Electrola EG-3026 As above
808 Blue Prelude Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Joe Bishop /Gordon Jenkins J.Bishop `33 London September 15, 1933 TB-1068-2 Dec F-3675 Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets mellophone); Lew Davis, Joe Ferric (trombone);Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (Clarinet alto); Ernest Ritte (alto/baritone); Harry Berly (tenor ocarina viola); Eddie Carroll (piano); Harry Sherman l (guitar); Tiny Winters,(bass); Bill Harty (drums). September 15, 1933
809 Adorable Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Richard Whiting Geo.Marion `33 London September 15, 1933 TB-1069-2 Dec F-3676 As above
810 It's Bad For Me Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `33 London musical London September 19, 1933 OB-5091-2 HMV B-6396, HMV EA-1337, Victor 24872, Electrola EG-2950 As above
811 Trouble In Paradise Ray Noble aho Ned Weaver / Milt.Ager / Jean Schwartz w/m `33 London September 19, 1933 OB-5092-2 HMV B-6394 As above
812 Oh! Johanna NMDO M.Lawrence w/m `33 London September 19, 1933 OB-5093-2 HMV B-6397, HMV EA-1274 As above. With chorus.
813 I've Got To Pass Your House To Get To My House Ray Noble aho Lew Brown w/m `33 London September 19, 1933 OB-5094-1-2 HMV rejected As above
814 Snowball Ray Noble aho Hoagy Carmichael w/m `33 London October 12, 1933 OB-4672-1 HMV B-6408 HMV EA-1293 AS above
815 Dinner At Eight Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `33 (Film) London October 12, 1933 OB-4673-2 HMV B-6409, HN 142 French K-7169 As above
816 Experiment Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m London musical`33 London October 12, 1933 OB-4674-1 HMV B-6408,HMV EA-1337, Victor 25006, Electrola EG-2950 French K7117 As above
817 Weep No More, My Baby Ray Noble aho Johnny Green w/m `33 London October 12, 1933 OB-5133-1 HMV B-6409, Electrola EG-2919 As above
818 Love Locked Out Ray Noble aho Ray Noble Max Kester `30 /`33 London October 12, 1933 OB-5134-2 HMV B-6407, Victor 24485, EA-1304 As above
819 Happy And Contented Ray Noble aho Ray Noble Max Kester `33 London October 12, 1933 OB-5135-1 HMV B-6407 As above. Duet with Eve Becke.
820 Night And Day AB acc. by orchestra directed by Carroll Gibbons Cole Porter w/m `32 London October 16, 1933 GB-6196-2 Dec F-3695 Orchestra directed by Carroll Gibbons.
821 Love Locked Out AB acc. by orchestra directed by Carroll Gibbons Ray Noble Max Kester `30 /`33 London October 16, 1933 GB-6197-2 Dec F-3695 Orchestra directed by Carroll Gibbons.
822 From Me To You Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Wayne King / Fabian Andre / Nat Conney w/m `33 London October 18, 1933 TB-1089-2 Dec F-3716 As above
823 Don't Change Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Vee Lawnhurst Roy Turk /Fr.Skinner `33 London October 24, 1933 TB-1095-1 Dec F-3821, Dec 496 As above
824 Day You Came Along, The Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Art Johnson / Sam Coslow w/m `33 London October 24, 1933 TB-1096-2 Dec F-3722 As above
825 Thanks Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Sam Coslow / Art Johnson w/m `33 London October 24, 1933 TB-1097-2 Dec F-3722 As above
826 Isn't It Heavenly? Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band Jos Meyer E.Y.Harburg `33 London October 25, 1933 GB-6242-2 Dec F-3723 As above. The Bands That Matter-Part 1 AB sings a snippet of Isn't It Heavenly
827 Goodnight, Little Girl Of My Dreams Ray Noble aho Joe Burke Chas.Tobias `33 London October 27, 1933 OB-4680-2 HMV B-6413, HMV EA-1329, Electrola EG-2919 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare or Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and George Smith or Harry Carter (clarinets and 4th saxophones); Harry Berly (viola); Eric Siday and one others (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal, plus Eve Becke on Happy And Contented). London, October 27, 1933.
828 Thanks Ray Noble aho Sam Coslow / Art Johnson w/m `33 London October 27, 1933 OB-4699-1 HMV B-6413 As above
829 My Hat's On The Side Of My Head Ray Noble aho Harry Woods /Claude Hurlbert w/m `33 London October 27, 1933 OB-4700-2 HMV B-6421, OZ Victor 24624 As above
830 How Could We Be Wrong? Lew Stone ahb Cole Porter w/m `33 London November 3, 1933 GB-6277-1 Dec F-3734 As above
831 Experiment Lew Stone ahb Cole Porter w/m London musical`33 London November 3, 1933 GB-6280-1 Dec F-3734 As above
832 Hand In Hand Ray Noble aho Pola/ Vienna   London November 9, 1933 OB-5181-1 HMV B-6423 As above
833 And So Goodbye Ray Noble aho Allie Wrubel w/m `33 London November 9, 1933 OB-5182-1 HMV B-6422 EA-1317 As above
834 This Is Romance Ray Noble aho Vernon Duke Ed Heyman `33 London November 9, 1933 OB-5183-1 HMV B-6422 As above
835 Fancy Our Meeting AB acc. by unknown orchestra Jos.Meyer / Phil Charig Douglas Furber `28 London November 13, 1933 GB-6317-1 Dec F-3742  
836 Lover, Come Back To Me AB acc. by unknown orchestra Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein `28 London November 13, 1933 GB-6318-1 Dec F-3742 With chorus; unknown orchestra.
837 Song Without Words Ray Noble aho Pete Kenning w/m `33 London November 29, 1933 OB-5200-1 HMV B-6438, Victor 24555 As above
838 When You Were The Girl On The Scooter Ray Noble aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `33 London November 29, 1933 OB-5801-2 HMV B-6432, HMV EA-1304, HMV K-7320french, Electrola EG-2971 As above. Duet with Dawn Davis
839 Minnie The Moocher Lew Stone ahb Max & Dave Fleischer w/m `32 London December 1, 1933 GA-6382-1-2 Dec K-715 Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets mellophone); Lew Davis, Joe Ferric (trombone);Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (Clarinet alto); Ernest Ritte (alto/baritone); Harry Berly (tenor ocarina viola); Eddie Carroll (piano); Eddie Freeman (guitar); Tiny Winters,(bass); Bill Harty (drums). December 1, 1933. Lew Stone Favourites-`Ten-Thirty Tuesday Night!' - Part 1 assisted by the band
840 Brother, Can You Spare A Dime Lew Stone ahb Jay Gorney E.Y.Harburg `32 London December 1, 1933 GA-6383-1-2 Dec K-715 As above. Lew Stone Favourites-`Ten-Thirty Tuesday Night!' - Part 2
841 Weep No More, My Baby Lew Stone ahb jJohnny Green w/m `33 London December 1, 1933 GB-6380-2 Dec F-3783 As above
842 Close Your Eyes Lew Stone ahb Bernice Petkere w/m `33 London December 1, 1933 GB-6381-3 Dec F-3783 As above
843 My Song Goes Round The World Ray Noble aho H.May /E.Neubach /J.Kennedy w/m `33 (Film London December 7, 1933 OB-5821-2 HMV B-6438,Victor 24555 Disque Gramophone K-7199 As above
844 Oceans Of Time Ray Noble aho Johnny Green w/m 33 London December 7, 1933 OB-5822-2 HMV B-6450, Victor 24603, Electrola EG-3083 HMV B6450 OZ As above
845 Close Your Eyes Ray Noble aho Bernice Petkere w/m `33 London December 7, 1933 OB-5823-1 HMV B-6441, BA 417, Electrola EG-2970 French K-7169 As above
846 Brother Can You Spare A Dime? Lew Stone ahb Jay Gorney E.Y.Harburg `32 London December 12, 1933   Air Check Lew Stone Favourites
847 Minnie The Moocher Lew Stone ahb Max & Dave Fleischer   London December 12, 1933   Air Check Lew Stone Favourites with Tiny Winters and Bill Harty.
848 On A Steamer Coming Over Ray Noble aho Lou Handman w/m `33 London December 20, 1933 OB-5833-1 HMVB-6440, Victor 24575, Electrola EG-3027 HMV K-7198 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Berly (clarinets and tenor saxophones); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 20, 1933
849 Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? Ray Noble aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `33 London December 20, 1933 OB-5834-1 HMV B-6441Disque Gramophone K-7199 As above
850 You Ought To See Sally On Sunday Ray Noble aho Harry Woods w/m `33 London December 20, 1933 OB-5835-2 HMV B-6440, BA-417, Victor 24575 Asterisk 955 As above. This title was issued on Asterisk 955 a dubbed American bootleg disc.
851 Eadie Was A Lady Lew Stone ahb R. Whiting / M.H.Brown B.G.DeSylva `32 London December 29, 1933 GB-6441-1 Dec F-3825 Joe Grossman, Jim Easton (alto-saxophones) Harry Berly or Don Barrigo (tenor-saxophones) Ernest Ritte (baritone/alto-saxophones) Alfie Noakes, Nat Gonella (trumpets) Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones) Eddie Carroll or Monia Liter (piano) Al Bowlly (guitar) Tiny Winters (string bass) Bill Harty (drums). With chorus.
852 Who'll Buy An Old Gold Ring? Lew Stone ahb Geo.Posford w/m London December 29, 1933 GB-6442-2 Dec F-3842 As above
853 Dark Clouds Lew Stone ahb Walter G.Samuels w/m `33 London December 29, 1933 GB-6443-1-2 Dec F-3826 As above. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number.
854 Love Is The Sweetest Thing AB acc. by orchestra Ray Noble w/m `32 London January 3, 1934 GA-6452-1-2-3-4-5-6 Dec K-718 (unissued) "Al Bowlly Successes" medley; takes 3/4 and 5/6 were dubbed from 1/2 respectively; reverse side is "Elsie Carlisle Successes".
855 Lover, Come Back To Me AB Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein `28 London January 3, 1934 GA-6452-1-2-3-4-5-6 Dec K-718 (unissued) "Al Bowlly Successes" medley; takes 3/4 and 5/6 were dubbed from 1/2 respectively; reverse side is "Elsie Carlisle Successes".
856 Night And Day AB Cole Porter w/m `32 London January 3, 1934 GA-6452-1-2-3-4-5-6 Dec K-718 (unissued). "Al Bowlly Successes" medley; takes 3/4 and 5/6 were dubbed from 1/2 respectively; reverse side is "Elsie Carlisle Successes".
857 Everything I Have Is Yours AB acc. by small orchestra. Burton Lane Harold Adamson `33 London January 4, 1934 GB-6457-2 Dec F-3853  
858 That's Me Without You AB acc. by small orchestra. J.Fred Coots w/m `33 London January 4, 1934 GB-6458-2 Dec F-3853  
859 Louisiana Hayride Lew Stone ahb Art Schwartz Howard Dietz `32 London January 9, 1934 GB-6474-2 Dec F-3840 Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets mellophone); Lew Davis, Joe Ferric (trombone);Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (Clarinet alto); Ernest Ritte (alto/baritone); Harry Berly (tenor ocarina viola); Monia Liter (piano); Eddie Freeman (guitar); Tiny Winters,(bass); Bill Harty (drums). January 9, 1934
860 Unless Ray Noble aho Tolchard Evans R.Hargreaves / S.Damerell `34 London February 1, 1934 OB-4768-2 HMV B-6453, HMV EA-1441 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor saxophone and viola); Eric Siday and another (violin); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, February 1, 1934.
861 Have A Heart Ray Noble aho ? Burton Lane Harold Adamson `31 London February 1, 1934 OB-4769-2 HMV B-6459 As above
862 Who Walks In When I Walk Out? Ray Noble aho A.Goodhart/A.Hoffman/R.Freed w/m `33 London February 1, 1934 OB-4770-1-2 HMV B-6453, Victor 24594 EA-1333 Asterisk 955 As above. Both takes were issued under the same catalogue number; Asterisk is an American bootleg issue of take 2.
863 Faint Harmony Lew Stone ahb Vivian Ellis Desmond Carter `33 London February 15, 1934 GB-6538-1 Dec F-3883 Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets and mellophones); Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones); Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (alto saxophones and clarinets); Ernest Ritte (alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, and ocarina); Eddie Carroll (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums).
864 Lullaby In Blue Lew Stone ahb Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson /A.Wrubel `34 London February 15, 1934 GB-6539-1 Dec F-3884 As above
865 Gosh! I Must Be Falling In Love Lew Stone ahb M.Carr / Harry & Max Nesbitt w/m `34 London February 15, 1934 GB-6540-2 Dec F-3884 As above
866 Wagon Wheels Lew Stone ahb Peter De Rose Billy Hill `34 London February 15, 1934 GB-6574-2 Dec F-3905 As above
867 Coffee In The Morning (And Kisses In The Night) Lew Stone ahb Harry Warren Al Dubin `33 London February 15, 1934 GB-6575-1 Dec F-3905 As above
868 Vamp Till Ready Lew Stone ahb F.Elizalde w/m `34 London February 15, 1934 GB-6576-2 Dec F-3906 As above
869 It's Time To Say Goodnight Ray Noble aho Kate Gibson / Henry Hall w/m `33 London February 16, 1934 OB-5899-2 HMV B-6459, HMV EA-1347, Electrola EG-3024 As above . According to the files, a ’cello replaces the viola, but it is likely that this is a case of mistaken identity! London, February 16, 1934.
870 Midnight, The Stars And You Ray Noble aho Harry Woods Reg Connelly / J.Campbell `34 London February 16, 1934 OB-5900-2 HMV B-6461HMV EA-1338, Victor 24700 ARGE Electrola EG-3023 As above
871 This Little Piggie Went To Market Ray Noble aho Harold`Lefty'Lewis Sam Coslow `33 London February 16, 1934 OB-5901-1 HMV B-6461, Electrola EG-3024 As above
872 Over On The Sunny Side Ray Noble aho Jack Egan / Allan Flynn/ Nichols w/m `34 London February 21, 1934 OB-4791-2 HMV B-6463, HMV EA-1338, Electrola EG-3054 As above
873 Wagon Wheels Ray Noble aho Peter De Rose Billy Hill `34 London February 21, 1934 OB-4792-5 HMV B-6469, Electrola EG-3048 As above. Takes 1 and 3 HMV rejects
874 Not Bad Ray Noble aho J.W.Green / Harry S.Pepper w/m `34 London March 12, 1934 OB-5936-1 HMV B-6471, Victor 24619 As above
875 What Now Ray Noble aho J.W.Green / Harry S.Pepper w/m `34 London March 12, 1934 OB-5937-1 HMV B-6470, Victor 24711 As above
876 In A Shelter From A Shower Lew Stone ahb Ernest Breuer `33 Geo.Whiting /Ray Leveen `34 London March 16, 1934 TB-1133-2 Dec F-3942* Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets and mellophones); Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones); Joe Crossman (alto saxophones and clarinets); Ernest Ritte (alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, and ocarina); Monia Liter (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums).
877 Because It's Love Lew Stone ahb Reginald Foresythe Michael Carr `34 London March 23, 1934 TB-1158-2 Dec F-3942* As above.
878 It's Psychological Lew Stone ahb Lewis E.Gensler Harlan Thompson `34 London March 23, 1934 TB-1159-1 Dec DDV 5010 (LP As above. Originally rejected.
879 Mauna Loa Lew Stone ahb Gibson/Dale w/m `34 London March 23, 1934 TB-1160-1 Dec F-3952 As above. AB with chorus.
880 You Have Taken My Heart Ray Noble aho Gordon Jenkins John Mercer `33 London April 5, 1934 OB-6858-2 HMV B-6477, HMV EA-1441 As above
881 One Morning In May Ray Noble aho Hoagy Carmichael Mitch Parish `33 ? London April 5, 1934 OB-6859-2 HMV B-6478, Electrola EG--3084 As above
882 You Oughta Be In Pictures Ray Noble aho Dana Suesse Ed Heyman `34 London April 5, 1934 OB-6860-2 HMV B-6477 As above
883 True AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Walt Samuels / Leo Whitcup w/m `34 London April 9, 1934 GB-6684-2 Dec F-3963 2 takes. One full length version, with guitar chorus the other shorter version, minus guitar chorus but in better sound
884 Very Thought Of You, The AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Ray Noble w/m `34 London April 9, 1934 GB-6685-2 GB-6685-1 Dec F-3963 AB - whistles (take 1 only); Monia Litter - p; take 1 was a test pressing. Dec ACL1162 (LP)
885 You Ought To Be In Pictures AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Dana Suesse Ed Heyman `34 London April 9, 1934 GB-6686-2 Dec F-3956  
886 Little Dutch Mill AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Harry Barris Ralph Freed `34 London April 9, 1934 GB-6687-2 Dec F-3956  
887 Old Covered Bridge, The Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `34 London April 21, 1934 OB-6872-1 HMV B-6484, HMV EA-1371 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor saxophone and viola); Eric Siday and another (violin); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, April 21, 1934.
888 Little Dutch Mill Ray Noble aho Harry Barris Ralph Freed `34 London April 21, 1934 OB-6873-2 HMV B-6482, HMV EA-1379, Electrola EG-3076 Gramplasttrest rx37 French K-7319 As above. Gramplasttrest appears to be a Soviet bootleg pressing.
889 Very Thought Of You, The Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `34 London April 21, 1934 OB-6874-1 HMV B-6482, HMV EA-1365, Electrola EG-6690 Victor 24657 As above
890 You're My Thrill/ Josephine sung by Joe Ferrie Lew Stone ahb Jay Gorney Sidney Clare `34 London April 24, 1934 TB-1206-1 Dec F-3980*  
891 Melody In Spring Lew Stone ahb Lewis E.Gensler Harlan Thompson `34 London April 24, 1934 TB-1208-1 Dec F-3979*  
892 What Is There To Take Its Place? Lew Stone ahb H.Steinberg w/m `34 London April 25, 1934 TB-1212-2 Dec F-5003*  
893 Lonely Feet Lew Stone ahb Jerome Kern Oscar Hammerstein `34 London April 25, 1934 TB-1214-1 Dec F-3985*  
894 Ending With A Kiss Lew Stone ahb Lewis E.Gensler Harlan Thompson `34 London April 25, 1934 TB-1215-2 Dec F-3979*  
895 She Loves Me Not Ray Noble aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `34 London April 27, 1934 OB-5981-2 HMV B-6485 As above
896 After All, You're All I'm After Ray Noble aho Art Schwartz Ed Heyman `33 London April 27, 1934 OB-5982-2 HMV B-6485 As above
897 My Sweet Ray Noble aho Peter Mendoza w/m `34 London April 27, 1934 OB-5983-2 HMV B-6484, Victor 25232 As above
898 Hand In Hand (A different song to the one above) Lew Stone ahb Jerome Kern Oscar Hammerstein `34 London May 3, 1934 TB-1228-2 Dec F-3985*  
899 Riding On A Hay Cart Home Lew Stone ahb Fred Elizalde w/m `34 London May 3, 1934 TB-1229-2 Dec F-5004  
900 I Love You Truly Lew Stone ahb Carrie Jacobs-Bond w/m 1912 London May 3, 1934 TB-1230-2 Dec F-5003*  
901 Goin' To Heaven On A Mule Bohemians, directed by Walter Goehr Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London May 11, 1934 CAX-7131-1 Col DX-583, Col DOX-428 Wonder Bar-Film Selection Part 1
902 Wonder Bar Bohemians, directed by Walter Goehr Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London May 11, 1934 CAX-7131-1 Col DX-583, Col DOX-428 Wonder Bar-Film Selection Part 1
903 Don't Say Goodnight Bohemians, directed by Walter Goehr Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London May 11, 1934 CAX-7132-1 Col DX-584, Col DOX-428 Wonder Bar-Film Selection Part 2
904 Wonder Bar (Reprise) Bohemians, directed by Walter Goehr Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London May 11, 1934 CAX-7132-1 Col DX-583, Col DOX-428 Wonder Bar-Film Selection Part 2
905 Show Is Over, The Ray Noble aho Con Conrad Sam Coslow /Al Dubin `34 London May 31, 1934 OB-6956-2 HMV B-6492 As above
906 I Love You Truly Ray Noble aho Carrie Jacobs-Bond w/m 1912 London May 31, 1934 OB-6957-1 HMV B-6492,HMV K-7320, Victor 24806 As above
907 Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day Ray Noble aho Mable Wayne Maurice Sigler / Al Hoffman `34 London May 31, 1934 OB-6958-2 HMV B-6491, Electrola EG-3103 French K-7319 As above
908 Beat O' My Heart Ray Noble aho Harold Spina Johnny Burke `34 London May 31, 1934 OB-6959-1 HMV B-6491, HMV EA-1377, Electrola EG-3103 As above
909 Night On The Desert Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `34 London May 31, 1934 OB-6960-4 HMV B-6496, HMV EA-1379 As above. Take 4 is a dub of take 1 or 2 to reduce the volume.
910 Riptide Lew Stone ahb Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn `34 (Film) London June 15, 1934 TB-1311-2 Dec F-5017* Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets and mellophones); Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones); Joe Crossman (alto saxophones and clarinets); Ernest Ritte (alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, and ocarina); Monia Liter (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums).
911 Night On The Desert Lew Stone ahb Billy Hill w/m `34 London June 15, 1934 TB-1312-2 Dec F-5017* As above
912 Beat O' My Heart Lew Stone ahb Harold Spina Johnny Burke `34 London June 15, 1934 TB-1313-1 Dec F-5018* As above
913 Easy Come-Easy Go Lew Stone ahb Johnny Green Ed Heyman `34 London June 15, 1934 TB-1314-2 Dec F-5018* As above
914 I'll String Along With You Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London June 28, 1934 OB-7428-2 HMV B-6503 HMV C 73 K-7506 French As above. HMV C 73, Record Sampler No. 35, contains an excerpt.
915 Fair And Warmer Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `34 London June 28, 1934 OB-7429-2 HMV B-6503 K-7506 French As above
916 Hold My Hand (A different song to the other two.) Ray Noble aho Ray Henderson Jack Yellen /Irving Caesar `34 London June 28, 1934 OB-7430-1 HMV B-6499 As above
917 Over My Shoulder Ray Noble aho Harry Woods w/m `33 London July 2, 1934 OB-7432-3 HMV B-6504,Victor 24720, Electrola EG-3309 As above
918 When You've Got A Little Springtime In Your Heart Ray Noble aho Harry Woods Jas.Campbell / Reg.Connelly`33 London July 2, 1934 OB-7433-2 HMV B-6504, Victor 24720, Electrola EG-3309 As above
919 Sweetheart Darlin' Ray Noble aho Harry Stothart Gus Kahn `33 London July 2, 1934 OB-7434-1-2 HMV Rejected As above
920 Moon Country Ray Noble aho Johnny Mercer / Hoagy Carmichael w/m `34 London July 6, 1934 OB-7436-1 HMV B-6507, HMV EA-1440, Electrola EG-3127 As above
921 Happy Ray Noble aho Stanley Lapino / Noel Gay w/m `34 London July 6, 1934 OB-7437-1 HMV B-6507, HMV EA-1394, Electrola EG-3127 As above
922 It's All Forgotten Now Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `34 London July 11, 1934 OB-7441-2 HMV B-6509, Victor 24724, Electrola EG-3109 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner and Bob Wise (clarinets, alto and baritone saxophones); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor saxophone and viola); Eric Siday and probably Reginald Pursglove (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, July 11, 1934.
923 All I Do Is Dream Of You Ray Noble aho M.Herb Brown Art Freed `34 London July 11, 1934 OB-7442-1 HMV B-6508, Electrola EG-3118 As above
924 Dreamy Serenade Ray Noble aho Michael Carr/ Fred Frundland / Lewis Ilda w/m `34 London July 11, 1934 OB-7443-2 HMV B-6510, HMV EA-1396 As above
925 Madonna Mine AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) R.O.Raffaelli w/m `34 London July 16, 1934 TB-1394-1 Dec F-5121  
926 It's All Forgotten Now AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Ray Noble w/m `34 London July 16, 1934 TB-1395-1 Dec F-5121  
927 Remember Me Ray Noble aho Jack O'Brien Gus Kahn `32 London July 18, 1934 OB-7435-1-2-3 HMV B-6508, HMV EA-1394, Electrola EG-3118 As above.Takes 1&2 HMV rejected recorded on the 6th of July. Take 3 issued
928 I Never Had A Chance Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `34 London July 18, 1934 OB-7448-2 HMV B-6509, HMV EA-1396 oz Electrola EG-3109 As above
929 Lady Of Madrid Ray Noble aho Tolchard Evans R.Hargreaves / S.Damerell `34 London July 18, 1934 OB-7449-2 HMV B-6510, Victor 24724 As above
930 Little Valley In The Mountains Ray Noble aho J.Dvoracek K.Zeleny (E/w:J.Kennedy `34 London July 18, 1934 OB-7450-2 HMV B-6512,Ausi HMV EA 1414 Electrola EG-3169 As above
931 Driftin' Tide Ray Noble aho Pat Castleton / Spencer Williams w/m `34 London July 18, 1934 OB-7451-1 HMV B-6511, Victor 25006 As above
932 I Never Had A Chance Lew Stone ahb Irving Berlin w/m `34 London July 25, 1934 TB-1420-2 Dec F-5131* Joe Grossman, Jim Easton (alto-saxophones) Harry Berly or Don Barrigo (tenor-saxophones) Ernest Ritte (baritone/alto-saxophones) Alfie Noakes, Nat Gonella (trumpets) Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones) Eddie Carroll or Monia Liter (piano) Al Bowlly (guitar) Tiny Winters (string bass) Bill Harty (drums).
933 Fare Thee Well Lew Stone ahb Arthur Johnston Sam Coslow `34 London July 25, 1934 TB-1421-2 Dec F-5130 As above. A further take exists.
934 Very Thought Of You, The AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Ray Noble w/m `34 London July 30, 1934   Film Soundtrack From Pathetone Weekly No 227 "Al Bowlly"
935 With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming Lew Stone ahb Harry Revel Mack Gordon `34 London August 1, 1934 TB-1440-2 Dec F-5172 Lew Stone directing: Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (trumpets and mellophones); Lew Davis, Joe Ferrie (trombones); Joe Crossman (alto saxophones and clarinets); Ernest Ritte (alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Berly (tenor saxophone, viola, and ocarina); Stanley Black (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums).
936 Rollin' Home Lew Stone ahb Billy Hill / Peter De Rose w/m `34 London August 1, 1934 TB-1441-2 Dec F-5172 As above
937 As Long As I Live Lew Stone ahb Harold Arlen Ted Koehler `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1434-1 Dec F-5132 As above
938 I've Had My Moments Lew Stone ahb Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1435-1 Dec F-5131 As above
939 Straight From The Shoulder Lew Stone ahb Harry Revel Mack Gordon `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1449-1 Dec F-5158 As above
940 Looking For A Little Bit Of Blue Lew Stone ahb Harry Woods w/m `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1450-1 Dec F-5270 As above
941 What A Little Moonlight Can Do Lew Stone ahb Harry Woods w/m `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1451-2 Dec F-5270, Dec 444 As above
942 Love In Bloom Lew Stone ahb Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `34 London August 3, 1934 TB-1452-1 Dec F-5158 As above
943 Isle Of Capri AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Will Groz (aka: Hugh Williams Jimmy Kennedy `34 London August 21, 1934 TB-1495-1-2 Dec F-5188, Champion 40032 AB - g; Monia Litter - p; take 1 exists as a test pressing.
944 Judy AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Hoagy Carmichael `28 w:/added: Sam Lerner `34 London August 21, 1934 TB-1496-2 Dec F-5188, Champion 40032  
945 Prize Waltz, The Ray Noble aho M.Sigler/A.Goodhart/ A.Hoffman w/m `34 London August 24, 1934 OEA-803-2 HMV B-6516 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis (trombone); Freddy Gardner and Bob Wise (clarinets, alto and baritone saxophones); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor); Eric Siday, Jean Pougnet and probably Reginald Pursglove (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, August 24, 1934.
946 Grinzing Ray Noble aho Ralph benatzky w/m `31 London August 24, 1934 OEA-805-2 HMV B-6519, Victor 24771 As above
947 Freckle Face, You're Beautiful Ray Noble aho Cliff Friend Carmen Lombardo `34 London August 24, 1934 OEA-806-2 HMV B-6512, HMV EA-1425 Special Record L*B6512 As above. Special Record is a German issue.
948 Isle Of Capri Ray Noble aho Will Groz (aka: Hugh Williams Jimmy Kennedy `34 London August 30, 1934 OEA-816-2 HMV B-6519, HMV EA-1425, Victor 24771 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombone); Freddy Gardner and Bob Wise (clarinets, alto and baritone saxophones); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor); Eric Siday, Jean Pougnet and probably Reginald Pursglove (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, August 30, 1934.
949 Love (Wonderful Love) Ray Noble aho Harry Leon / Leo Towers w/m `34 London August 30, 1934 OEA-817-1 HMV B-6514 As above
950 Dreaming A Dream Ray Noble aho Jos.Tunbridge/ Jack Waller R.P.Weston / Bert Lee `34 London August 30, 1934 OEA-818-2 HMV B-6520, OZ Victor 24850, Electrola EG-3196 As above
951 Sing As We Go Ray Noble aho Harry Parr Davies w/m `34 London August 30, 1934 OEA-819-2 HMV B-6514 As above. Sing As We Go.. Al Bowlly, Ray Noble and Bill Harty went to the USA.
952 Stars Fell on Alabama Al Goodman's Orchestra Frank Perkins Mitchell Parish. New York c October 1934   Aircheck This comes from one of Al's, 'Intimate Review', shows sponsored by Bromo Seltzer, with Al Goodman's Orchestra. Bowlly was put into this show by NBC, whilst Ray Noble tried to get his status with the Musicians Union sorted out. He performed weekly for around three months, Jane Froman was the co-star and Dwight Fiske, the compere. Digging into the New York Times radio listings for this series of broadcasts. In addition to the two November dates, Al also appeared on the 12th October 1934 and the 19th October 1934 broadcasts. The series ran from 5th October 1934 to the 5th April 1935. Al appeared on a total of four show in the series, all with Jane Froman. "Stars From Alabama" must be from one of these four broadcasts. Cheers, Ken Seavor Wirral, UK
953 If I Had A Million Dollars AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Victor Young Matty Malneck Johnny Mercer `34 New York October 30, 1934 38923-A Dec F-5326, Dec(US) 293 Orchestra directed by Victor Young.
954 Be Still, My Heart AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Victor Young Allan Flynn / Jack Egan w/m `34 New York October 30, 1934 38924-A Dec F-5326, Dec(US) 293  
955 Say When Victor Young aho Jesse Greer Raymond Klages `28 New York November 2, 1934 38948-A Dec(US) 278*  
956 When Love Comes Swingin' Along Victor Young aho Ray Henderson Ted Koehler `28 New York November 2, 1934 38949-A Dec(US) 278*  
957 You And The Night And The Music AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Art Schwartz Howard Dietz `34 (see line end New York January 12, 1935 87357-1 Victor 24855, HMV N-4378, HMV EA-1485 Orchestra directed by Ray Noble; N-4378 is dubbed from Victor 24855.
958 Blue Moon AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Richard Rodgers L.Hart (Ger.w:/ Heinz Hellmer New York January 12, 1935 87358-1-2 Victor 24849,Victor JA-1213 HMV N-4378 EA-1479 Orchestra directed by Ray Noble; N-4378 is dubbed from Victor 24849.
959 In A Blue And Pensive Mood AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Al Neiburg/Marty Symes /Jerry Levinson w/m `34 New York January 12, 1935 87359-1 Victor 24849,HMV BD-230, HMV B-8302 EA1479 oz  
960 Little White Gardenia, A AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Sam Coslow w/m `35 New York January 12, 1935 87360-1 Victor 24855, HMV BD-230,HMV B-8302, HMV EA-1485  
961 Soon Ray Noble aho Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart `35 New York February 9, 1935 87496-1 Victor 24879*, HMV BD-140*, HMV EA-1512  
962 Clouds Ray Noble aho Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn `34 New York February 9, 1935 87497-1 Victor 24865*, HMV BD-147*, HMV EA-1497*, Electrola EG-3323  
963 Down By The River Ray Noble aho Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart `34 New York February 9, 1935 87498-1 Victor 24879*,HMV BD-140*, HMV EA-1512*  
964 Flowers For Madame Ray Noble aho Chas.Tobias /Chas Newman /M.Mencher w/m `35 New York March 9, 1935 89301-1-2 Victor24865*,HMV BD-213*, HMV EA-1497*, Electrola EG-3323  
965 Flowers For Madame Ray Noble aho Chas.Tobias /Chas Newman /M.Mencher w/m `35 New York March 13, 1935   The Coty Hour. Broadcast from New York City, on Wednesday, March 13, 1935 from Studios of WEAF over NBC at 10.30-11.00 PM EST. Aircheck 2 (LP) Charlie Spivak, George E. “Pee Wee” Erwin (trumpets); Alton Glenn Miller, Wilbur Schichtenberg (Will Bradley) (trombones); Nuncio M.“Toots” Mondello, Johnny Muenzenberger (Mintz), Lawrence F.”Bud” Freeman, Jimmy Cannon (reeds); Nick Pisani, Fritz Prospero, Danny D’Andreas(& reeds) (violins); Claude Thornhill (piano); George Van Eps (guitar); Delmar Kaplan (bass); Bill Harty(drums); Al Bowlly (vocals).
966 I Never Had A Chance Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `34 New York March 13, 1935   Aircheck 2 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
967 Night On The Desert Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `34 New York March 13, 1935   Aircheck 2 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription. Could be 1/01/1935
968 Soon Ray Noble aho Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart `35 New York March 13, 1935   Associated Transcription unissued As above? Could be April 9, 1935?.
969 My Melancholy Baby AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Ernie Burnett Geo.Norton /M.E.Watson 1911 New York March 15, 1935 OA.89327-1 Victor25007, HMV BD-228, HMV EA-1522, HMV B-8330  
970 Everything's Been Done Before AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Harold Adamson /Edwin Knopf /Jack King w/m `34 New York March 15, 1935 OA.89328-1 Victor25004, HMV BD-226, HMV EA-1506  
971 You Opened My Eyes AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Jules Loman /Allan Roberts / Walt.Kent w/m `35 New York March 15, 1935 OA.89329-1 Victor 25004, HMV BD-228, HMV EA-1506, HMV B-8330  
972 Basin' Street Blues AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Spencer Williams w/m 1928 New York March 15, 1935 OA.89330-1-2 Victor 25007,HMV BD-226, HMV EA-1522 Orchestra directed by Ray Noble; the OA prefix is from the HMV issue.
973 It's Time To Say Goodnight Ray Noble aho Kate Gibson / Henry Hall w/m `33 New York April 9, 1935   Radio Transcription Another Coty broadcast
974 Piccolino Ray Noble aho Irv.Berlin w/m `35 New York April 9, 1935   Radio Transcription Another Coty broadcast
975 Old Covered Bridge Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `34 New York April 17, 1935   Radio Transcription Another Coty broadcast
976 Solitude Ray Noble aho Duke Ellington E.DeLange / Irv Mills `34 New York April 17, 1935   Jazz Archives JA-22 (LP) Radio Transcription
977 I'm Misunderstood Ray Noble aho Emile Ricca Mary Ricca Compton `35 New York April 24, 1935   Jazz Archives JA-22 (LP) Radio Transcription
978 Song Without Words Ray Noble aho Pete Kenning w/m `33 New York April 24, 1935   Jazz Archives JA-22 (LP) Radio Transcription
979 Life Is A Song Ray Noble aho Fred Ahlert Joe Young `35 New York May 1, 1935   Jazz Archives JA-22 (LP) Radio transcription
980 Way Back Home Ray Noble aho Al Lewis / Tom Waring w/m `35 New York May 1, 1935   Jazz Archives JA-22 (LP) AB with The Freshmen. Radio Transcription. Could be April 11, 1935
981 I Can't Give You Anything But Love Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields `28 New York May 13, 1935 A-488 Associated Radio Transcription Charlie Spivak, Pee Wee Irwin (trumpets); Glen Miller, Will Bradley (trombones); Toots Mondello, Johnny Mince, Mike Doty ( alto saxophones, clarinets); Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone); Nick Pisani, Fritz Prospero, Dan D’Andrea (violins); Claude Thornhill (piano); George Van Eps (guitar); Delmar Kaplan (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). Recorded May 13 1935. Radio Transcription
982 Snowball Ray Noble aho Hoagy Carmichael w/m `33 New York May 13, 1935 A-489 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
983 By The Fireside Ray Noble aho R.Noble/J.Campbell/ R.Connelly w/m `32 New York May 13, 1935 A-490 Associated Transcriptions;London HMG 5019 (LP) As above. "Ray Noble Medley"; radio transcription disc.
984 Love Is The Sweetest Thing Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `32 New York May 13, 1935 A-490 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) As above. Ray Noble Medley Radio Transcription
985 I Love You Truly Ray Noble aho Carrie Jacobs-Bond w/m 1912 New York May 13, 1935 A-491 Associated Transcriptions unissued. London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
986 In A Little Gypsy Tea Room Ray Noble aho Joe Burke Edgar Leslie `35 New York May 13, 1935 A-492 Associated Transcription 125BLondon HMG 5019 (LP) As above. Label credit is Reginald Norman and his Orchestra Art Brady; radio transcription disc.
987 Way Back Home Ray Noble aho Al Lewis / Tom Waring w/m `35 New York May 13, 1935 A-496 Associated Transcription rejected London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. AB with The Freshmen. Radio Transcription. Could be May 15, 1935
988 Lullaby Of Broadway Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `35 New York May 13, 1935 A-498 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
989 Paris In The Spring Ray Noble aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `35 (Film) New York May 20, 1935 88963-2 Victor 25040*,HMV BD-192*, HMV EA-1538*, Electrola EG-3412 Some labels show "Paris In Spring"
990 Bon Jour, Mam'selle Ray Noble aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `32 New York May 20, 1935 88964-2 Victor 25040*,HMV BD-192*,HMV EA-1538*, Electrola EG-3412  
991 Top Hat Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `35 (for Musical/Same New York June 8, 1935 92229-1 Victor 25094*,HMV BD-247*, HMV NE-239*, Electrola EG-3488 HMV EA1583 Oz HMV K-7568 AB with The Freshmen.
992 Piccolino Ray Noble aho Irv.Berlin w/m `35 New York June 10, 1935 92231-1 Victor 25094*, HMV BD-247*, HMV NE-239*, Electrola EG-3488 HMV EA1583 Oz HMV K-7568  
993 St. Louis Blues Ray Noble aho W.C.Handy w/m 1914 New York June 10, 1935 92232-1 Victor 25082*, HMV BD-5004*  
994 Why Dream Ray Noble aho Leo Robin/ Ralph Rainger /Rich.Whiting w/m `35 New York July 20, 1935 92747-1 Victor 25104*, HMV BD-210*, HMV EA-1591*, Electrola EG-3489  
995 Why Stars Come Out At Night Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `35 New York July 20, 1935 92749-1 Victor 25105*,HMV BD-210*, Electrola EG-3489 HMV EA-1592*  
996 I Wished On The Moon Ray Noble aho Ralph Rainger Dorothy Parker `34 New York July 20, 1935 92750-1 Victor 25104*,HMV BD-211*, HMV EA-1591*  
997 Roll Along, Prairie Moon AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Ted Fiorito /A. Von Tilzer/ H.MacPherson w/m `35 New York September 18, 1935 95042-1 Victor25142, HMV BD-295, HMV EA-1578 with chorus.
998 Red Sails In The Sunset AB acc. by orchestra, directed by Ray Noble Hugh Williams (aka: Will Grosz) Jimmy Kennedy `35 New York September 18, 1935 95043- Victor 25142, HMV BD-295, HMV EA-1578  
999 I'm The Fellow Who Loves You Ray Noble aho Ray Henderson Jack Yellen `35 New York November 14, 1935 98064-1 Victor 25190* French K-7641 AB with The Freshmen
1000 Where Am I? Ray Noble aho Harry Warren Al Dubin `35 New York November 14, 1935 98065-1 Victor 25187*, HMV BD-5072*, HMV EA-1625* Some/all copies of Victor 25187 spell AB's name "Bowllv".
1001 Dinner For One, Please James Ray Noble aho Michael Carr w/m `35 New York November 14, 1935 98066-1 Victor 25187*, HMV EA-1625* Some/all copies of Victor 25187 spell AB's name "Bowllv"
1002 With All My Heart Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Gus Kahn `35 New York December 9, 1935 98359-1 Victor 25209*, HMV BD-5028*, HMV EA-1644*  
1003 I Built A Dream One Day Ray Noble aho Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein `35 New York December 9, 1935 98360-1 Victor 25200*  
1004 Somebody Ought To Be Told Ray Noble aho Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein `35 New York December 9, 1935 98361-1 Victor 25200*  
1005 Beautiful Lady In Blue, A Ray Noble aho J.Fred Coots Sam Lewis `35 New York December 9, 1935 98362-1 Victor 25209*, HMV EA-1644*HMV K-7651  
1006 That Lovely Night in Budapest Ray Noble orchestra Peter De Rose Sam Lewis `30s ? New York January 8, 1936   Air Check This was supplied by collector Tom Bumbera. The original source was a record from the estate of songwriter Peter DeRose, who co-wrote the song with Sam Lewis. Tom tells us, "'Budapest' is from a professionally-recorded (80 RPM for some reason) disc made by Super-Sound Reproductions, 15 W. 46th St., New York NY. I assume either DeRose or his publisher paid to have the tune recorded off the air." The Ray Noble band did not record this for Victor (although Tommy Dorsey did, as did trumpeter-bandleader Bob Pope for Bluebird). This is from an episode of the CBS "Refreshment Time" show, sponsored by Coca-Cola, broadcast between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m. EST and originating from CBS's flagship station, WABC.
1007 Let Yourself Go Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `36 New York January 23, 1936 98670-1 Victor 25241*,HMV BD-5047*, HMV EA-1670* AB with The Freshmen
1008 Let's Face The Music And Dance Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `35 New York January 23, 1936 98672-1 Victor 25241*,HMV BD-5047*,HMV EA-1670*, Electrola EG-3650*  
1009 If You Love Me Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `36 New York January 23, 1936 98673-1 Victor25240*,HMV BD-5046*, HMV EA-1674*  
1010 Let Yourself Go Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `36 New York February 9, 1936   Radio Transcription An NBC "Magic Key" broadcast, sponsored by RCA and originating from the studios of WJZ-New York.
1011 Let's Face The Music And Dance Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `35 New York February 9, 1936   Radio Transcription  
1012 Yours Truly Is Truly Yours Ray Noble aho Benny Davis /Ted Fiorito / J.Fred Coots w/m `36 New York March 19, 1936 99900-1 Victor 25277*, HMV EA-1703*  
1013 Moonlight In Hilo Ray Noble aho Cliff Friend / Jack Erickson w/m `36 New York March 19, 1936 99901-1 Victor 25282* HMV EA1705 Oz  
1014 Touch Of Your Lips, The Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `36 New York March 19, 1936 99902-1 Victor 25277*, HMV EA-1703* HMV JB-196* A further unissued take also exists.
1015 Blazin' The Trail Ray Noble aho W.S.Samuels / L.Whitcup / Teddy Powell w/m `36 New York March 19, 1936 99903-1 Victor 25282*,HMV BD-5072*, Electrola EG-3853* HMV EA1705 Oz  
1016 Let Yourself Go Ray Noble aho Irving Berlin w/m `36 New York March 22, 1936     From "The Magic Key" radio programme; acetate disc exists.
1017 Touch Of Your Lips, The Ray Noble aho Ray Noble w/m `36 New York March 22, 1936     From "The Magic Key" radio programme; acetate disc exists.
1018 Very Thought Of You, The Ray Noble band Ray Noble w/m `34 New York March 29, 1936     An appearance on NBC's "Swingtime At NBC" program, broadcast from 8 to 9 p.m. EST over WJZ-New York, has Al singing with the Noble band to a different arrangement of The Very Thought of You
1019 Empty Saddles Ray Noble aho Billy Hill w/m `36 New York May 25, 1936 101863-1 Victor 25346*,HMV BD-5095*, HMV EA-1777* With chorus.
1020 Big Chief De Sota Ray Noble aho Andy Razaf / Fernando Arbelo w/m `36 New York May 25, 1936 101864-1 Victor 25346*, HMV BD-5095*, Electrola EG-3853* Duet with Sterling Bose
1021 But Definitely Ray Noble aho Mack Gordon / Harry Revel w/m `36 New York May 25, 1936 101865-1 Victor 25336*, HMV BD-5091* EA-1756 HMV CCS-43 HMV C-90 HMV CCS-43 (2EA.34612-2), a single-sided record given with the HMV All Wave radio gramophone in 1936 contains an excerpt; HMV C-90 is a 60rpm demonstration record with the same contents as HMV CCS-43.
1022 When I'm With You Ray Noble aho Mack Gordon / Harry Revel w/m `36 New York May 25, 1936 101866-1 Victor 25336*, HMV BD-5091* EA-1756  
1023 My Melancholy Baby AB acc. by Monia Liter (pno.) Ernie Burnett Geo.Norton /M.E.Watson 1911 London August 12, 1936   Film Soundtrack World Records SH 370 (LP) Monia Liter - p; AB - s; film soundtrack from Pathé New Sound Pictorial No. NS25 "Al Bowlly".", released September 17, 1936.
1024 It Was So Beautiful And You Were Mine Monia Liter & the Ace Of Hearts Orchestra Harry Barris Art Freed `32 London August 22, 1936   Fanfare LP 40-140 (LP) Radio Transcription
1025 Pennies From Heaven Monia Liter & the Ace Of Hearts Orchestra Art Johnston Johnny Burke `36 London August 22, 1936   Saville SVL 168 (LP Radio transcription disc.
1026 Shoe Shine Boy Monia Liter & the Ace Of Hearts Orchestra Saul Chaplin Sammy Cahn `36 London August 22, 1936   Saville SVL 168 (LP) Radio transcription disc.
1027 Touch Of Your Lips, The Ray Noble and his London Orchestra Ray Noble w/m `36 London August 24, 1936 2EA-3847-1 HMV C-2872*, Victor 36194* HMV JB-196* Ray Noble Medley Part 1. Ray Noble directing 2 trumpets; 2 trombones; 4 saxophones; 4 violins; 2 violas; 2 ’cellos; piano; guitar; 2 string basses; drums; Al Bowlly (vocal). London, August 24, 1936.
1028 Goodnight, Sweetheart Ray Noble & his London Orchestra Ray Noble J.Campbell / Reg Connelly London August 24, 1936 2EA-3848-1 HMV C-2872*, Victor 36194* Victor JB-196* Ray Noble Medley - Part 2 12". As above
1029 Easy To Love Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `36 New York September 25, 1936 0744-1 Victor25422*,HMV BD-5147*,HMV EA-1829*, Electrola EG-3838*german  
1030 I've Got You Under My Skin Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `36 New York September 25, 1936 0745-1 Victor 25422*,HMV BD-5147*,HMV EA-1829*, Electrola EG-3838*  
1031 Let's Call A Heart A Heart Ray Noble aho Art Johnston John Burke `36 New York September 25, 1936 0746-1 Victor 25428*, Electrola EG-3823* HMV EA-1816  
1032 One, Two, Button Your Shoe Ray Noble aho Art Johnston Johnny Burke `36 New York September 25, 1936 0747-1 Victor 25428*, Electrola EG-3823* HMV EA-1816 With chorus.
1033 Now Ray Noble aho Vernon Duke Ted Fetter `36 New York October 16, 1936 02159-1 Victor 25448*, HMV BD-5287*, Electrola EG-6242*  
1034 Little Old Lady Ray Noble aho Hoagy Carmichael / Stanley Adams w/m `36 New York October 16, 1936 02160-1 Victor 25448*, HMV BD-5287*, HMV EA-2017*, Electrola EG-6242*  
1035 There's Something In The Air Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `36 New York October 16, 1936 02161-1 Victor 25459*,HMV BD-5153*,HMV EA-1840*, Electrola EG-3879*  
1036 Where The Lazy River Goes By Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `36 New York October 16, 1936 02162-1 Victor 25459*,HMV BD-5153*,HMV EA-1840*, Electrola EG-3879* With chorus.
1037 Little Old Lady. Ray Noble aho Hoagy Carmichael / Stanley Adams w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1401 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) Pee Wee Irwin, Sterling Bose (trumpets); Al Polascy, Roland Du Pont (trombones); Mike Doty, Johnny Mince, Johnny Van Eps, Floyd Tuttle (saxophones, clarinets); Fritz Prospero, Dan D’Andrea, B Norris (violins); Howard Smith (piano); Ned Cosmo (guitar); Delmar Kaplan (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). Recorded December 7 1936. Radio Transcription
1038 Now Ray Noble aho Vernon Duke Ted Fetter `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1401 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
1039 There's Something In The Air Ray Noble aho Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1402 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
1040 You Were There Ray Noble aho Noel Coward w/m `35 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1402 Associated Transcription rejected London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription. as Reginald Norman and Art Brady
1041 Let's Put Our Heads Together Ray Noble aho Harold Arlen E.Y.Harburg `37 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1403 Associated Transcription 025A As above. Radio Transcription
1042 Easy To Love Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1403 Associated Transcription 025A,London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription
1043 I've Got You Under My Skin Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1403 Associated Transcription 025A As above. Radio Transcription New York, 1936
1044 Let's Put Our Heads Together Ray Noble aho Cole Porter w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1403 Associated Transcription 025A As above. Radio Transcription New York, 1936
1045 Please Keep Me In Your Dreams Ray Noble aho Vee Lawnhurst Tot Seymour `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1404 Associated Transcription 017A As above. Radio Transcription
1046 I Love You Truly Ray Noble aho Carrie Jacobs-Bond w/m 1912 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1405 Associated Transcriptions 026A As above. Radio transcription disc.
1047 I'll Forsake All Others Ray Noble aho Kendall Burgess w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1405 Associated Transcription 026A London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription as Reginald Norman and Art Brady?
1048 Under Your Spell Ray Noble aho Art Schwartz Howard Dietz `34 (see line end New York December 7, 1936   Associated Transcription rejected London HMG 5027 (LP) As above. Radio Transcription as Reginald Norman and Art Brady
1049 On A Little Dream Ranch AB acc. by orchestra. Billy Hill w/m `37 London June 19, 1937 OBA-5036-1 HMV BD-434, HMV EA-2011 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1050 Carelessly AB acc. by orchestra. Norm Ellis Nick & Chas.Kenny London June 19, 1937 OEA-5035-1 HMV BD-434, HMV EA-2011 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1051 Blue Hawaii AB acc. by orchestra. Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `37 London July 5, 1937 OBA-5048-1 HMV BD-440 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1052 Sweet Is The Word For You AB acc. by orchestra. Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `37 London July 5, 1937 OEA-5049-1 HMV BD-440  
1053 Le Touquet Ronnie Munro aho Tolchard Evans w/m `37 London July 17, 1937 OEA-5060-2 HMV BD-5242*  
1054 Vieni, Vieni Ronnie Munro aho Vincent Scotto`34 Itl/w:G.Koger/H.Varna (see end London July 17, 1937 OEA-5061-1 HMV BD-5242*, HMV EA-2044*, Victor 25668* EL - EG. 6070  
1055 Smile When You Say Goodbye Ronnie Munro aho Harry Parr Davies w/m `37 London July 17, 1937 OEA-5062-2 HMV BD-5248 HMV EA-1972  
1056 Hometown Ronnie Munro aho Jimmy Kennedy / Michael Carr w/m `37 London July 17, 1937 OEA-5063-2 HMV BD 5248, EA-2005, Bluebird B-7334  
1057 Can't I?(I Can Dream) AB aho Sammy Fain Irv.Kahal `37 New York December 3, 1937 017457-1 Bluebird B-7332, HMV BD-5363, El EG-6397 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy
1058 Half Moon On The Hudson AB aho Harold Spina Walter Bullock `38 New York December 3, 1937 017458-1 Bluebird B-7317,HMV BD-5363, El EG-6397, Regal-Zono G-23368 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy 2 copies
1059 Every Day's A Holiday AB aho Hoagy Carmichael Stanley Adams `37 New York December 3, 1937 017459-1 Bluebird B-7319, Regal-Zonophone G-23409 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy
1060 Sweet As A Song AB aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `37 New York December 3, 1937 017460-1 Bluebird B-7317, Regal-Zonophone G-23368 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy
1061 Outside Of Paradise AB aho Peter Tinturin Jack Lawrence `37 New York December 3, 1937 017461-1 Bluebird B-7319 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy
1062 Sweet Stranger AB aho Ned Weaver/Milton Ager /Jerry Livingston w/m `37 New York December 3, 1937 017462-1 Bluebird B-7332 A studio group directed by Leonard Joy
1063 Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin w/m `37 London December 29, 1937 DTB-3472-1 Dec F-6591  
1064 There's A Gold-Mine In The Sky Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Nick & Chas.Kenny w/m `37 London December 29, 1937 DTB-3473-1 Dec F-6590*  
1065 Kiss Me Goodnight (A different song to the one above) Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Jesse Greer Bud Green `35 London December 29, 1937 DTB-3474-1 Dec F-6591*  
1066 Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen AB acc. by orchestra. Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin w/m `37 London January 4, 1938 OEA-5953-2 HMV BD-493, HMV EA-2087 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1067 Marie AB acc. by orchestra. Irv.Berlin w/m `28 London January 4, 1938 OEA-5954-1 HMV BD-493 HMV EA-2087 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1068 Lonesome Trail Ain't Lonesome Any More, The Sidney Lipton and his Grosvenor House Orchestra Clive Erard / Frank Trafford w/m `37 London January 13, 1938 DTB-3495-1 Dec F-6608* Decca 8702 AB - yodels (briefly); with chorus; Decca 8702 is a laminated disc of unknown origin.
1069 It's A Long, Long Way To Your Heart Sidney Lipton and his Grosvenor House Orchestra Eddie Pola / Eddy Brandt w/m `38 London January 13, 1938 DTB-3496-2 Dec F-6608*  
1070 Souvenir Of Love Sidney Lipton and his Grosvenor House Orchestra Art Johnston Maurice Sigler `37 London January 13, 1938 DTB-3497-1 Dec F-6653*  
1071 Trusting My Luck Sidney Lipton and his Grosvenor House Orchestra Art Johnston Maurice Sigler `37 London January 13, 1938 DTB-3498-1 Dec F-6653* Decca 8702 Decca 8702 is a laminated disc of unknown origin.
1072 Rosalie New Mayfair Orchestra Cole Porter w/m `37 London January 14, 1938 OEA-5983-1 HMV BD-502* Directed by Ronnie Munro. "Rosalie" Selection Part 1.
1073 In The Still Of The Night (The same song as the one with Maurice Winnick) New Mayfair Orchestra Cole Porter w/m `37 London January 14, 1938 OEA-5984-1 HMV BD-502* Directed by Ronnie Munro "Rosalie" Selection Part 2.
1074 Rosalie Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Cole Porter w/m `37 London January 20, 1938 DTB-3509-1 Dec F-6605*  
1075 In The Still Of The Night (A different song to the two with Lew Stone) Maurice Winnick and his Sweet music Cole Porter w/m `37 London January 20, 1938 DTB-3510-1 Dec F-6605*, Brunswick A-81844  
1076 Once In A While Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Michael Edwards Bud Green `37 London January 20, 1938 DTB-3511-1 Dec F-6599*  
1077 Brother Can You Spare A Dime? AB Jay Gorney E.Y.Harburg `32 London January 22, 1938   Air Check Unknown orchestra - possibly Sidney Lipton; air check.c. January 1938
1078 You're A Sweetheart AB acc. by Orchestra. Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `37 London February 2, 1938 OEA-5998-2 HMV BD-503  
1079 Pretty Little Patchwork Quilt, The AB acc. by Orchestra. E.Box /Ralph Butler /D.Cox / Roberts w/m `38 London February 2, 1938 OEA-5999-2 HMV BD-503 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1080 Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen Lew Stone ahb Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin w/m `37 London February 2, 1938   Air Check  
1081 Nice Work If You Can Get It Lew Stone ahb Geo.Gershwin Ira Gershwin `37 London February 2, 1938   Air Check AB with The Jackdaws
1082 I Double Dare You Lew Stone ahb Terry Shand / Jimmy Eaton w/m `37 London February 4, 1938 DTB-3547-1 Dec F-6606* Brunswick SA-1468*  
1083 Girl In The Alice Blue Gown, The Lew Stone ahb Ross Parker w/m `38 London February 4, 1938 DTB-3548-2 Dec F-6607*  
1084 Little Drummer Boy Lew Stone ahb Art Noel / Don Pelosi w/m `38 London February 4, 1938 DTB-3549-1 Dec F-6607* AB with The Jackdaws
1085 You're A Sweetheart Lew Stone ahb Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `37 London February 4, 1938 DTB-3550-1-2 Dec F-6606* Dec DDV-5009/10 (LP) With The Jackdaws; take 1 originally rejected.
1086 Something To Sing About Mantovani aho Victor Schertzinger w/m `37 London March 4, 1938 CA-16871-2 Col FB-1925 Col DO- 1832 OZ  
1087 In My Little Red Book Mantovani aho Al Stillman /Ray Bloch /Nat Simon w/m `38 London March 4, 1938 CA-16872-1 Col FB-1925  
1088 Sweet Genevieve Lew Stone ahb Desmond O'Connor / Reub Silver Louis De Marcia `38 London March 21, 1938 DTB-3604-1 Dec F-6642*  
1089 In My Little Red Book Lew Stone ahb Al Stillman /Ray Bloch /Nat Simon w/m `38 London March 21, 1938 DTB-3605-1 Dec F-6642*  
1090 Moonlight On The Highway Lew Stone ahb Edgar Leslie Joe Burke / Al Sherman `37 London March 21, 1938 DTB-3606-1 Dec F-6641* An additional unknown take exists and has been issued on Vocalion CDEA 6056 (CD).
1091 Have You Ever Been In Heaven? Lew Stone ahb Peter Tinturin / Jack Lawrence w/m `37 London March 21, 1938 DTB-3607-1 Dec F-6641* An additional unknown take exists and has been issued on Vocalion CDEA 6056 (CD).
1092 Sweet As A Song AB and his Crooners Choir Harry Revel Mack Gordon `37 London April 1, 1938 OEA-6192-1 HMV BD-543 Pseudonym for Five Herons, acc. by Violet Carson, pno
1093 Sweet Someone AB and his Crooners Choir Mack Gordon / Harry Revel w/m `37 London April 1, 1938 OEA-6193-1 HMV BD-543 Pseudonym for Five Herons, acc. by Violet Carson, pno
1094 By An Old Pagoda Lew Stone ahb Wilhelm Groz (aka: Hugh Williams Jimmy Kennedy `38 London April 21, 1938 DTB-3634-1 Dec F-6663*  
1095 Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm Lew Stone ahb Jerome Jerome / R.Byron / Walter Kent w/m `37 London April 21, 1938 DTB-3635-1-2 Dec F-6664* Dec ECM2047 (LP) Both takes exist and believed issued on F-6664 although take 2 seems the more common.
1096 In Santa Margherita Lew Stone ahb Fred Scher Morton Morrow w/m `38 London April 21, 1938 DTB-3636-1 Dec F-6663*, Dec X-1556 Decca X-1556 as The Rhythm Kings
1097 Ti-Pi-Tin Lew Stone ahb María Mendez Grever & Spanish words E/w: Ray Leveen `38 London April 21, 1938 DTB-3637-1 Dec F-6664*  
1098 Goodnight, Angel AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson `37 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6329-1 HMV BD-565  
1099 When The Organ Played `Oh Promise Me' AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Al Sherman / Abe Silver / Jack Meskill w/m `37 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6330-1 HMV BD-565  
1100 Maria, My Own AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Ernesto Lecuona E.w:/ L.Wolfe Gilbert 1931 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6331-1,-2 HMV Rejected  
1101 Marta AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Moises Simons & Sp.w:/ Eng.w:/ Wolfe Gilbert `31 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6331-1,-2 HMV Rejected  
1102 Stormy Weather AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Harold Arlen Ted Koehler `33 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6332-1,-2 HMV Rejected  
1103 Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? AB acc. by George Scott-Wood (pipe-organ) Jay Gorney E.Y.Harburg `32 London May 25, 1938 OEA-6332-1,-2 HMV Rejected  
1104 When The Organ Played `Oh, Promise Me' Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Al Sherman / Abe Silver / Jack Meskill w/m `37 London June 13, 1938 DR-2731-1 Dec F-6695*  
1105 Somebody's Thinking Of You Tonight Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music T.Powell / Ira Schuster / Marty Symes w/m `38 London June 13, 1938 DR-2732-1 Dec F-6695*  
1106 My Heaven On Earth Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music Sam Pokrass / Phil Baker Chas Tobias `37 London June 13, 1938 DR-2734-1 Dec F-6696*  
1107 Blackpool Walk, The Felix Mendelssohn aho Horatio Nicholls w/m `38 London July 1, 1938 DR-2777-1 Dec F-6726*  
1108 Girl In The Upstairs Flat, The Felix Mendelssohn aho Art Strauss / Bob Dale w/m `38 London July 1, 1938 DR-2778-1 Dec F-6726*  
1109 When Granny Wore Her Crinoline Felix Mendelssohn aho Roy King /Freddy Grant / Paul Paree w/m `38 London July 1, 1938 DR-2779-1 Dec F-6727*, Dec X-1556 Decca X-1556 as The Rhythm Kings
1110 I'm Saving The Last Waltz For You Felix Mendelssohn aho Horatio Nicholls w/m `38 London July 1, 1938 DR-2780-1 Dec F-6727*  
1111 Down And Out Blues Lew Stone ahb Sam Mayo w/m `38 London August 12, 1938 DR-2839-1 Dec F-6743* Odeon 284436 argentinian Duet with Sid Colin
1112 Little Lady Make-Believe Lew Stone ahb Nat Simon/Tobias w/m `36 London August 12, 1938 DR-2840-1-2 Dec F-6744* Vocalion CDEA 6056 (CD) Alternative take on Ace of Clubs LP ACL 1178
1113 I'm Sorry I Didn't Say I'm Sorry Lew Stone ahb Arthur Johnston/ Pola w/m `38 London August 12, 1938 DR-2841-1 Dec F-6744* OZ X 1596  
1114 You Couldn't Be Cuter Lew Stone ahb Jerome Kern Dorothy Fields `38 London August 12, 1938 DR-2842-1 Dec F-6745*  
1115 Just Let Me Look At You Lew Stone ahb Jerome Kern Dorothy Fields `38 London August 12, 1938 DR-2843-1 Dec F-6745*  
1116 Red Maple Leaves, The Lew Stone ahb Jimmy Kennedy / Will Grosz w/m `38 London August 13, 1938 aircheck   Taken from a BBC broadcast; introduction by Lew Stone; non-commercial recording; label shows title as "Red Maple Leaf".
1117 Frog On The Water-Lily, The Lew Stone ahb Jimmy Kennedy/ Will Grosz   London August 13, 1938   Star Sound Studios Transcription Non-commercial recording; taken from a BBC broadcast; introduction by Lew Stone.
1118 Red Maple Leaves, The Lew Stone ahb Jimmy Kennedy / Will Grosz w/m `38 London August 15, 1938 DR-2852-1 Dec F-6777*  
1119 Music, Maestro, Please Lew Stone ahb Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson `38 London August 15, 1938 DR-2853-2 Dec F-6777*  
1120 I Won't Tell A Soul Lew Stone ahb Ross Parker / Hugh Charles w/m `38 London August 15, 1938 DR-2854-1 Dec F-6763*  
1121 Say Goodnight To Your Old-Fashioned Mother Lew Stone ahb Ross Parker /Art Noel [pseud, of Harry Sugarman] /Jack Hart w/m `38 ? London August 15, 1938 DR-2855-1 Dec F-6763*  
1122 Star Dust Don Barrigo & his Hawaiian Swing Hoagy Carmichael `27 Mitch Parish `29 London August 22, 1938 CE-2978-1 Parlophone Rejected  
1123 Down And Out Blues Lew Stone ahb Sam Mayo w/m `38 London August 27, 1938   Air Check Duet with Sid Colin
1124 My Heart Is Taking Lessons Geraldo aho James Monaco John Burke `38 London September 9, 1938 OEA-6553-2 HMV BD-5402 There is no reference to the vocal refrain on the label.
1125 On The Sentimental Side Geraldo aho James Monaco Johnny Burke `38 London September 9, 1938 OEA-6554-1 HMV BD-5402 There is no reference to the vocal refrain on either label on this issue.
1126 Now It Can Be Told Lew Stone ahb Irving Berlin w/m `38 London September 27, 1938 DR-2927-1 Dec F-6795*  
1127 On The Sentimental Side Lew Stone ahb James Monaco Johnny Burke `38 London September 27, 1938 DR-2928-1 Dec F-6795*  
1128 Proud Of You Oscar Rabin & his Romany Band Hal David w/m `38 London September 28, 1938 R-2924-1-2 Rex 9384* Two takes were issued. at the Hammersmith Palais de Dance
1129 Everyone Must Have A Sweetheart Lew Stone ahb Art Noel / Don.Hart / Fred.Grundland w/m `38 London October 3, 1938 DR-2950-2 Dec F-6811 warren $29+ AB's vocal work on DR-2950-2 is wrongly credited on the label to Sid Colin. An additional unknown take exists and has been issued on Vocalion CDEA 6056 (CD)
1130 Frog On The Water-Lily, The Lew Stone ahb Jimmy Kennedy/ Will Grosz   London October 3, 1938 DR-2952-2 Dec F-6812*  
1131 Little Lady Make-Believe Various Artists acc. By Felix Mendelssohn aho Nat Simon w/m `36 London October 10, 1938 DR-2982-1-2 Dec F-6831* Acc. by Felix Mendelssohn aho on a compilation with other artists entitled "Singers On Parade" No. 2; both takes exist, take 2 as a test pressing.
1132 In A Little Toy Sail Boat Geraldo aho German Folk Song H.Mandell / F.Littan w/m `38 London October 14, 1938 OEA-6596-1 HMV BD-5421* Electrola EG 6692  
1133 Small Fry Geraldo aho Hoagy Charmichael Frank Loesser `38 London October 14, 1938 OEA-6597-1 HMV BD-5421* Electrola EG 6692  
1134 When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullaby AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Larry Yoell / Glenn Brown w/m `38 London November 11, 1938 DR-3053-1 Dec F-6877  
1135 There's Rain In My Eyes AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Milton Ager /Jos.McCarthy/Jean Schwartz w/m `38 London November 11, 1938 DR-3054-1 Dec F-6877  
1136 Lover, Come Back To Me AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein `28 London November 11, 1938 DR-3055-1 Dec F-6916 "AB Remembers" medley
1137 Dancing In The Dark AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Art Schwartz Howard Dietz `31 London November 11, 1938 DR-3055-1 Dec F-6916 "AB Remembers" medley
1138 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Fred Ahlert Joe Young `35 London November 11, 1938 DR-3056-1 Dec F-6916 "AB Remembers" medley
1139 Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear AB acc. by small `novelty' group. Al Goodhart / Milt Ager w/m `32 London November 11, 1938 DR-3056-1 Dec F-6916 "AB Remembers" medley
1140 Never Break A Promise Geraldo aho Jos.Geo.Gilbert w/m `38 London November 11, 1938 OEA-7071-1 HMV BD-5428*, HMV EA-2394*  
1141 When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullaby Geraldo aho Larry Yoell / Glenn Brown w/m `38 London November 11, 1938 OEA-7072-1 HMV BD-5427*, El EG-6646*  
1142 Penny Serenade Geraldo aho Melle Weersma Hall Hallifax `38 London November 11, 1938 OEA-7073-1 HMV BD-5428*,HMV EA-2225*, El EG-6646*  
1143 Heart And Soul Geraldo aho Hoagy Carmichael Frank Loesser `38 London November 11, 1938 OEA-7074-1 HMV BD-5427*, HMV EA-2248*  
1144 All Ashore Lew Stone ahb Billy Hill w/m `38 London November 28, 1938 DR-3119-1 Dec F-6890*  
1145 Penny Serenade Lew Stone ahb Melle Weersma Hall Hallifax `38 London November 28, 1938 DR-3120-1 Dec F-6890* Brunswick 1574*  
1146 Any Broken Hearts To Mend? Lew Stone ahb John .P.Long w/m `38 London November 28, 1938 DR-3121-1 Dec F-6891*  
1147 Georgia's Gotta Moon Lew Stone ahb Max & Harry Nesbitt w/m `38 London November 28, 1938 DR-3122-1 Dec F-6891*  
1148 Two Sleepy People Geraldo aho Hoagy Charmichael Frank Loesser `38 London December 3, 1938 OEA-6965-1 HMV BD-5437*, HMV EA-2244*  
1149 Is That The Way To Treat A Sweetheart? Geraldo aho Charlie Tobias / Nat Simon w/m `38 London December 3, 1938 OEA-6966-1-2 HMV BD-5438* HMV EA-2244  
1150 Colorado Sunset Geraldo aho Con Conrad L.Wolfe Gilbert `38 London December 3, 1938 OEA-6967-1 HMV BD-5438*, HMV EA-2230*  
1151 While A Cigarette Was Burning Geraldo aho Charles & Nick Kenny w/m `38 London December 3, 1938 OEA-6968-2 HMV BD-5437*, HMV EA-2251*  
1152 Any Broken Hearts To Mend? Geraldo aho J.P.Long w/m `38 London December 16, 1938 OEA-7264-1 HMV BD-5443* HMV EA-2291* Billy Higgs, Clinton Ffrench (trumpets); George Roe, Percy Smith (trombones); Michael Krein (clarinet, alto, bass saxophones); Cyril Grantham and Billy Walker (clarinet, alto saxophone); Jimmy Shankland (tenor saxophone); Harry Thompson, Frank Stewart, Charles Katz, Jacques Gorowski, F.Wolstall (violins); Laurie Davies (viola); Maurice Zimbler, James Whitehead (cello); Sid Bright (piano); Bill Tringham (guitar); George Kirby (bass); Alex Ure (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). December 16, 1938
1153 Summer's End Geraldo aho Nat Madison / L.Tobin w/m `37 London December 16, 1938 OEA-7265-1 HMV BD-5443*, HMV EA-2251* As above
1154 My Own Geraldo aho Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `38 London December 16, 1938 OEA-7266-1 HMV BD-5444* As above
1155 You're As Pretty As A Picture Geraldo aho Jimmy McHugh Harold Adamson `38 London December 16, 1938 OEA-7267-1 HMV BD-5444* As above
1156 They Say Geraldo aho Paul Mann / Stephen Weiss Ed Heyman `38 London January 10, 1939 OEA-7272-1 HMV BD-5448*, HMV EA-2265*  
1157 If Ever A Heart Was In The Right Place Geraldo aho Harry Woods w/m `39 London January 10, 1939 OEA-7273-1 HMV BD-5448*, HMV EA-2292*  
1158 One Day When We Were Young Geraldo aho Johann Strauss II Oscar Hammerstein ll `38 London January 10, 1939 OEA-7274-1 HMV BD-5449*  
1159 I'm In Love With Vienna Geraldo aho Johann Strauss II Oscar Hammerstein II `38 London January 10, 1939 OEA-7275-2 HMV BD-5449*  
1160 Change Partners Geraldo aho Irving Berlin wm `38 London January 11, 1939   Saville SVL 168 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1161 Colorado Sunset Geraldo aho Con Conrad L.Wolfe Gilbert `38 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 14 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1162 Did You Go Down Lambeth Way? Geraldo aho Noel Gay w/m `39 London January 11, 1939   Radio transcription AB with Cyril Grantham and another c. January 1939
1163 Grandma Said Geraldo aho Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson w/m `39 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 14 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1164 Jeepers Creepers Geraldo aho Harry Warren Johnny Mercer `38 London January 11, 1939   Radio transcription AB with Cyril Grantham and another c. January 1939
1165 One Day When We Were Young Geraldo aho Johann Strauss II Oscar Hammerstein ll `38 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 14 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1166 Penny Serenade Geraldo aho Melle Weersma Hall Hallifax `38 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 13 (LP) Concert arrangement; with chorus; radio transcription disc. c. January 1939
1167 Romany Geraldo aho C.A.Bixio Roma Campbell-Hunter `39 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 14 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1168 While A Cigarette Was Burning Geraldo aho Charles & Nick Kenny w/m `38 London January 11, 1939   Halcyon HAL 14 (LP) Radio transcription c. January 1939
1169 Grandma Said Geraldo aho Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson w/m `39 London February 3, 1939 OEA-7293-1 HMV BD-5457*, HMV EA-2327* Billy Higgs, Clinton Ffrench (trumpets); George Roe, Percy Smith (trombones); Andy McDevitt (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Cyril Grantham and Harry Hayes (clarinet, alto saxophone); George Evans (tenor saxophone); Harry Thompson, Frank Stewart, Charles Katz, Jacques Gorowski, F.Wolstall (violins); Laurie Davies (viola); Maurice Zimbler, James Whitehead (cello); Sid Bright (piano); Bill Tringham (guitar); Don Stuteley (bass); Alex Ure (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). February 3, 1939.
1170 Deep In A Dream Geraldo aho James Van Heusen Eddie De Lange `38 London February 3, 1939 OEA-7294-1 HMV BD-5457*, HMV EA-2292* As above
1171 You're A Sweet Little Headache Geraldo aho Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `38 London February 3, 1939 OEA-7295-1 HMV BD-5458*, HMV EA-2289* As above
1172 I'm Madly In Love With You Reginald Williams & his Futurists Fred Coots Benny Davis `38 London February 8, 1939 CA-17345-1 Col FB-2167  
1173 Romany AB acc. by orchestra. C.A.Bixio Roma Campbell-Hunter `39 London February 14, 1939 OEA-7298-1 HMV BD-666, HMV EA-2330 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1174 Lonely AB acc. by orchestra. Noel Gay w/m `39 London February 14, 1939 OEA-7299-1 HMV BD-666, HMV EA-2330 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1175 I Miss You In The Morning AB Joe Burke Edgar Leslie `38 London February 14, 1939 OEA-7562-1 HMV BD-673 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1176 Violin In Vienna AB acc. by orchestra. Art Strauss / Bob Dale w/m `38 London February 14, 1939 OEA-7563-1 HMV BD-673 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1177 Same Old Story, The Geraldo aho Manning Sherwin w/m `39 London March 7, 1939 OEA-7611-1 HMV BD-5467*  
1178 Could Be Geraldo aho Walter Donaldson Johnny Mercer `38 London March 7, 1939 OEA-7612-1 HMV BD-5468*, HMV EA-2337*  
1179 Between A Kiss And A Sigh Geraldo aho Art Johnston /Johnny Burke Johnny Burke `38 London March 7, 1939 OEA-7613-1 HMV BD-5468*  
1180 To Mother, With Love Geraldo aho Muriel Watson /Jack Denby / E.Lynton w/m `39 London April 4, 1939 OEA-7628-1 HMV BD-5473, HMV EA-2349  
1181 Waltz Of My Heart Geraldo aho Ivor Novello / Chris Hassell w/m `39 London April 4, 1939 OEA-7629-2 HMV Rejected  
1182 Thanks For Everything Geraldo aho Harry Revel Mack Gordon `38 London April 4, 1939 OEA-7630-1 HMV BD-5472*  
1183 I Miss You In The Morning Geraldo aho Joe Burke Edgar Leslie `38 London April 4, 1939 OEA-7631-1 HMV BD-5473  
1184 Small Town Reginald Williams & his Futurists Max & Harry Nesbitt / Morton Fraser w/m `39 London May 5, 1939 CA-17438-1 Columbia FB- 2226 Film Soundtrack ?
1185 What Do You Know About Love? Reginald Williams & his Futurists Jerry Livingston Mack David `38 London May 5, 1939 CA-17439-1 Col FB-2227  
1186 What Do You Know About Love? AB acc. by orchestra. Jerry Livingston Mack David `38 London May 11, 1939 OEA-7854-2 HMV BD-706, EA-2404 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1187 Hey Gipsy, Play Gipsy AB acc. by orchestra. E.Kalman / Cliff Grey / N.Foley 1926 ?? London May 11, 1939 OEA-7855-1 HMV BD-709 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1188 South Of The Border AB acc. by orchestra. Jimmy Kennedy / Michael Carr w/m `39 London May 11, 1939 OEA-7856-1 HMV BD-706, HMV EA-2395 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1189 Dark Eyes AB acc. by orchestra. Gregory Stone/ Harry Horlick w/m `26 London May 11, 1939 OEA-7857-1 HMV BD-709, HMV EA-2524 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1190 Champagne Waltz, The AB acc. by Claude Bampton (pno.) Con Conrad/Ben Oakland/Milton Drake w/m `34 London June 1, 1939   Private Recording  
1191 Dreamy Serenade (A different song to the one above) AB acc. by Claude Bampton (pno.) ? Barclay Allen / R.Hillman ??? London June 1, 1939   Past Perfect PPCD78137 (CD) Private Recording
1192 Just An Ugly Duckling AB acc. by Claude Bampton (pno.) ???   London June 1, 1939   Private Recording  
1193 Torn Sails AB acc. by Claude Bampton (pno.) A.G.Tracy w/m 1924 London June 1, 1939   Joy D 281 (LP) Past Perfect PPCD78137 (CD) Early June, 1939. Private Recording
1194 Waves Of The Ocean Are Whispering Goodnight, The Bram Martin ahb Horatio Nicholls w/m `39 London June 8, 1939 R-3678-1 Rex 9590*, Kristall 22056*  
1195 Moon Love AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Tchaikovsky / adapted: A.Kostelanetz & Mack Davis Mack David `39 London October 5, 1939 OEA-8111-1 HMV BD-762, HMV EA-2482  
1196 Au Revoir But Not Goodbye AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Jos Gilbert w/m `36 London October 5, 1939 OEA-8112-1 HMV BD-762, HMV EA-2482 not 2452  
1197 Man And His Dream, A AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. James Monaco Johnny Burke `39 London October 5, 1939 OEA-8113-1 HMV BD-776 HMV IM-691  
1198 Ridin' Home AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Michael Carr / Ken Leslie Smith w/m `39 London October 5, 1939 OEA-8114-1 HMV BD-776, HMV EA-2545 HMV IM-691 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1199 Bella Bambina AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Art Strauss / Bob Dale / Sonny Miller w/m `39 London December 21, 1939 OEA-8334-1 HMV BD-808  
1200 Over The Rainbow AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Harold Arlen E.Y.Harburg `38-39 London December 21, 1939 OEA-8335-1 HMV BD-808  
1201 Somewhere In France With You AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Michael Carr w/m `39 London December 21, 1939 OEA-8336-1 HMV BD-805, HMV EA-2515  
1202 Give Me My Ranch AB acc. by orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro. Silvano Ramos (Adapted: Emillio D Uraga/ Bartley Costello w/m `39 London December 21, 1939 OEA-8337-1 HMV BD-805, HMV EA-2515 With chorus; the title is given on HMV EA-2515 as "Alla En El Rancho Grande (My Ranch)"; orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1203 It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow AB acc. by orchestra Irving Berlin w/m `39 London February 15, 1940 OEA-8475-1 HMV BD-828 Directed by Billy Munn
1204 Careless AB acc. by orchestra Lew Quadling /Dick Jurgens /Ed Howard w/m `39 London February 15, 1940 OEA-8476-1 HMV BD-828HMV EA-2524 Directed by Billy Munn.
1205 Chatterbox Maurice Winnick aho Jerome Brainin Allan Roberts `39 London March 1, 1940 OEA-8382-1 HMV BD-5572  
1206 When You Wish Upon A Star Maurice Winnick aho Leigh Harline Ned Washington `40 London March 1, 1940 OEA-8383-1 HMV BD-5573 HMV HE 2218 swiss  
1207 Turn On The Old Music Box Maurice Winnick aho Leigh Harline Ned Washington `39 London March 1, 1940 OEA-8384-1 HMV BD-5573 HMV HE 2218 swiss AB - yodels (briefly).
1208 Dreaming AB acc. by orchestra RegInald Connelly / Bud Flanagan w/m `32 London March 7, 1940 OEA-8500-1 HMV BD-834, HMV EA-2684 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1209 Little Rain Must Fall, A AB acc. by orchestra Little Jack Litte /Green / Kaye w/m `39 London March 7, 1940 OEA-8505-1 HMV BD-827 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1210 When You Wear Your Sunday Blue AB acc. by orchestra Hugh Charles / Ross Parker w/m `39 London March 7, 1940 OEA-8506-1 HMV BD-827, HMV EA-2545 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1211 Walkin' Thru' Mockin' Bird Lane AB acc. by orchestra Lowell Peters / C.Jones `38 w/m `38 London March 7, 1940 OEA-8551-1 HMV BD-834 Orchestra directed by Ronnie Munro.
1212 Who's Taking You Home Tonight? Maurice Winnick aho Manning Sherwin /Tommie Connor w/m `40 London March 26, 1940 OEA-8570-1 HMV BD-5582*, HMV EA-2539*  
1213 Arm In Arm Maurice Winnick aho Jim Church / Stan Bradbury w/m `40 London March 26, 1940 OEA-8571-1 HMV BD-5583*, HMV (Can) 120944* HMV EA-2539*  
1214 There's A Boy Coming Home On Leave Maurice Winnick aho Jimmy Kennedy w/m `40 London March 26, 1940 OEA-8572-1 HMV BD-5583*,HMV EA-2560*, HMV (Can) 120944*  
1215 My Capri Serenade Maurice Winnick aho Harry Parr Davies w/m `40 London March 26, 1940 OEA-8573-1 HMV BD-5582*, HMV EA-2560*  
1216 Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind Ken Snakehips Johnson & his West Indian Orchestra Arthur Young Wm.Shakespeare `40 London April 24, 1940 OEA-8582-1 HMV BD-5592*, HMV EA-2871* AB & The Henderson Twins
1217 It Was A Lover And His Lass Ken Snakehips Johnson & his West Indian Orchestra Arthur Young Wm.Shakespeare `40 London April 24, 1940 OEA-8583-1 HMV BD-5592*, HMV EA-2871* AB & The Henderson Twins
1218 This Year's Roses Macari aho Muriel Watson /Jack Denby / H.Nicholls w/m `40 London May 4, 1940 CAR 5782-1-2 Regal Zonophone Rejected  
1219 It's A Blue World Macari aho Bob Wright / Chet Forrest w/m `39 London May 4, 1940 CAR-5781-1-2 Regal Zonophone Rejected  
1220 Make Love With A Guitar AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Maria Grever & Spanish words E/w:/ Raymond Leveen `40 London July 18, 1940 OEA-8840-1 HMV BD-857  
1221 When I Dream Of Home AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Gordon Fraser w/m `40 London July 18, 1940 OEA-8840-1 HMV BD-857  
1222 Make-Believe Island AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Will Groz (aka: Hugh Williams Chas & Nick Kenny/Sam Coslow `1940' London July 18, 1940 OEA-8841-2 HMV BD-857  
1223 Woodpecker Song, The AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Eldo Di Lazzaro Itl/w:Cherubini Bruno Di Lazzaro E/w:Harold Adamson `39-40 London July 18, 1940 OEA-8841-2 HMV BD-857  
1224 Turn Your Money In Your Pocket AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Clarrie Brown w/m `40 London September 12, 1940 OEA-8741-2 HMV BD-865  
1225 I'll Never Smile Again AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Ruth Lowe w/m `39 London September 12, 1940 OEA-8741-2 HMV BD-865  
1226 We'll Go Smiling Along AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Harry Parr Davies w/m `40 London September 12, 1940 OEA-8741-2 HMV BD-865  
1227 I'm Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson `40 London September 12, 1940 OEA-8742-2 HMV BD-865  
1228 I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Jas.Monaco Johnny Burke `40 London September 12, 1940 OEA-8742-2 HMV BD-865  
1229 Ferry Boat Serenade, The AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Eldo Di Lazzaro `39 Itl/w:M.Panzeri E/w:H.Adamson London December 6, 1940 OEA-9058-1 HMV BD-892 HMV IM-800  
1230 Only Forever AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars Jas.Monaco Johnny Burke `40 London December 6, 1940 OEA-9059-1 HMV BD-892 HMV IM-800  
1231 Nicky The Greek (Has Gone) AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars [and Pat Dodd (pno.)] Dimitri Pavlou w/m `41 London April 2, 1941 OEA-9226-1 HMV BD-922 AB - g; Jimmy Mesene - g; Pat Dodd - piano.
1232 When That Man Is Dead And Gone AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars and Pat Dodd (pno.) Irving Berlin w/m `41 London April 2, 1941 OEA-9227-1 HMV BD-922 acc. by Pat Dodd, piano
1233 Nicky The Greek (Has Gone) AB & Jimmy Mesene (Radio Stars With Two Guitars) acc. by their own guitars [and Pat Dodd (pno.)] Dimitri Pavlou w/m `41 London April 2, 1941 0EA-9226-1-2 Avid AMSC758 (CD) Acc. by Pat Dodd, piano This is a completely different version to the one above.