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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
456 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.

Down Sunnyside Lane

Down Sunnyside Lane

(J.Campbell / Reg.Connelly)

New Mayfair Dance Orchestra

I can remember when
Most every night at ten
We sang an old refrain
As we wandered in the moonlight
Down Sunnyside Lane

We heard the merry lark
And if the night was dark
I'd steal a kiss again
As we wandered in the moonlight
Down Sunnyside Lane

Hey-ho, around you my arms would be curled
Hey-ho, we hadn't a care in the world
Some day if luck is kind
I'll leave my cares behind
To be with you again
And we'll wander in the moonlight
Down Sunnyside Lane