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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
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 (arranger, director); Chelsea Quealey, Norman Payne, Nobby Knight (trumpet); Bobby Davis (clarinet, soprano & alto sax); Harry Hayes (clarinet, alto sax); Rex Owen, Jack Miranda, George Smith (tenor sax); Adrian Rollini bass sax, goofus, hot fountain pen, vibraphone); George Hurley, Ben Frankel, Len Lees (violin); Jack Russin (piano); Len Fillis (banjo, guitar); Mario Lorenzi (harp); Tiny Stock (tuba, string bass); Ronnie Gubertini (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals).

Good News, Just Imagine

Good News, Just Imagine

(Ray Henderson / B.G.DeSylva / L.Brown) 1927

Fred Elizalde & his Music

Just imagine that you love me dearly
Oh!, please just imagine I am yours sincerely
I'm pretending that he's sending
Love notes ending 'I love you'.

Seems that hes there
As the day is closing
On his knees there
I hear him proposing
He's not present
Still its pleasant
Just imagine that it's true