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Various - The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands
Released: 1975
Country: UK
Style: Big Band, Swing
Category: Jazz / Pop / Classical
Album rating: 4.4
Votes: 606
Size MP3: 1465 mb
Size FLAC: 1472 mb
Size WMA: 1542 mb
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1 - Those Dance Band Years 1925-1927
A1 The New Princes Toronto Band Paddlin' Madelin' Home
Banjo – Dave CaplanDirected By – Hal SwainDrums – Ken KennyPiano – Frank Walsh Trumpet – Alfie Noakes Tuba [Brass Bass] – Ron GarrisonVocals, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Hal Swain, Les AllenWritten-By – Woods*
A2 Savoy Havana Band Everybody Stomp
Banjo – Dave Thomas Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs , Van PhillipsDirected By – Debroy SomersDrums – Laurie HuntingtonPiano – Billy MayerlTrombone – Bernard TippingTrumpet – Harry Thompson , Jimmy WornellTuba [Brass Bass] – Jim BellamyViolin – Cyril Ramon Newton, Reginald BattenWritten-By – Schoebel*
A3 Carlton Hotel Dance Orchestra Charleston Charley
Banjo – Joe BrannellyBrass Bass – Billy Bell Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jack DenahayeDirected By, Violin – Bert FirmanDrums – Harry RobbinsPiano – John FirmanTrombone – Ted HeathWritten-By – O'Hara*, Austin*, Mills*
A4 The Savoy Orpheans Valencia
Banjo – Pete MandellClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Charlie Swinnerton, Herbert FinneyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Watson MarshDirected By – Debroy SomersDrums – Ronnie GubertiniPiano – Billy Thorburn, Carroll GibbonsTrombone – George ChaffinTrumpet – Vernon Ferry, Walter LymeTuba [Brass Bass] – Jim BellamyViolin, Leader – Reginald BattenVocals – Cyril Ramon NewtonWritten-By – Padilla*
A5 Jay Whidden And His New Midnight Follies Band* You've Got Those Wanna-Go-Back-Again Blues
Banjo – Cyril GaidaClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Alf Loader, Douglas FossClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ernie C. SmithDrums – Jack Gordon Leader, Violin, Vocals – Jay WhiddenPiano – Bruce MerrillTrombone – Ben OakleyTrumpet – Freddy Pitt, Tim CaveTuba [Brass Bass] – George GibbsWritten-By – Handman*
A6 Ronnie Munro And His Dance Orchestra* Hello, Aloha, How Are You?
Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Arthur LallyClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Ben Davis Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Featherstonhaugh*Drums – Max Bacon Leader – Ronnie MunroTrombone – Lew DavisTrumpet – Jack JacksonVocals – Robert English Written-By – Baer*, Gilbert*
A7 Jay Whidden And His New Midnight Follies Band* Up And At 'Em
Banjo – Cyril GaidaClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Alf Loader, Douglas FossClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ernie C. SmithDrums – Jack Gordon Leader, Violin, Vocals – Jay WhiddenPiano – Bruce MerrillTrombone – Ben OakleyTrumpet – Freddy Pitt, Tim CaveTuba [Brass Bass] – George GibbsWritten-By – Goering*, Pettis*
A8 Jack Hylton's Kit-Kat Band Crazy Quilt
Alto Saxophone – Jim KelleherBanjo, Guitar – Len Fields*Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Directed By, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Al StaritaDrums – Eric Little Leader – Jack HyltonPiano – Sid BrightTrombone – Ted HeathTrumpet – Edwin Knight, Tom Smith Tuba [Brass Bass] – Alfred Fields Written-By – Loan*
B1 The Devonshire Restaurant Dance Band Jig Walk
Banjo – Jack SimmonsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Arthur LallyDirected By, Violin – Bert FirmanDrums – Jack TrebblePiano, Arranged By – John FirmanTrumpet – Charles RoccoWritten-By – Ellington*
B2 Debroy Somers Band Brainstorm-Erratic Blues
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Swinnerton, J. WrightBanjo – Nigel NewittBassoon – Gerry McQuillanDrums – W. BarnesLeader – Debroy SomersOboe – R. G. SomersPiano – Norman Perry, Ronnie MunroTenor Saxophone – Alec AveryTrombone – Jock FlemingTrumpet – Jimmy Wornell, Vernon MayallTuba [Brass Bass] – Fred UnderhayeViolin – A. Jacobs, Jean PougnetWritten-By – Sanders*
B3 Piccadilly Revels Band Ain't She Sweet?
Banjo – Jack HillClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Chester Smith*, Phil CardewDirected By, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ray StaritaDrums, Xylophone – Rudy StaritaPiano – Donald ThorneTrombone – Bill Hall Trumpet – Andy Richardson , Freddy PittTuba [Brass Bass] – Clem LawtonViolin – Eric SidayWritten-By – Yellen*, Ager*
B4 The Sylvians I Need Lovin'
Banjo – Pete MandellClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herb Finney*Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Johnny FrytagDirected By – Ben EversDrums – Ronnie GubertiniPiano – Billy ThorburnTrombone – George ChaffinTrumpet – Frank GuarenteViolin – Cyril Ramon NewtonWritten-By – Creamer*, Johnson*
B5 Savoy Havana Band At Sundown
Banjo – Dave Thomas Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs , Van PhillipsDirected By – Debroy SomersDrums – Laurie HuntingtonPiano – Harry Howard Trombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Max GoldbergTuba [Brass Bass] – Harry EvansViolin – Cyril Ramon Newton, Reginald BattenWritten-By – Donaldson*
B6 Piccadilly Revels Band Just The Same
Banjo – Jack HillClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Chester Smith*, Phil CardewDirected By, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ray StaritaDrums, Xylophone – Rudy StaritaPiano – Donald ThorneTrombone – Bill Hall Trumpet – Andy Richardson , Freddy PittTuba [Brass Bass] – Clem LawtonViolin – Eric SidayVocals [Vocal Trio] – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Donaldson*
B7 The Savoy Orpheans Vo-Do-Do-De-O Blues
Banjo – Pete MandellClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Van PhillipsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Eddie BaveClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Johnny FrytagDirected By, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums – Ronnie GubertiniPiano – Billy ThorburnTrombone – George ChaffinTrumpet – Frank GuarenteViolin – Cyril Ramon NewtonWritten-By – Yellen*, Ager*
B8 London Radio Dance Band The Devil Is Afraid Of Music
Banjo – Pasquale TroiseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jack PadburyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Bert BowenDirected By – Sidney FirmanDrums – C. H. KnappPiano – W. C. WhildenTrombone – F. H. NorthTrumpet – Bert HargestTuba [Brass Bass] – F. H. DarkeWritten-By – Robison*
2 - Those Dance Band Years 1927-1931
C1 The Sylvians Mississippi Mud
Banjo – Pete MandellClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herb Finney*Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Johnny FrytagDirected By, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums – Ronnie GubertiniTrombone – George ChaffinTrumpet – Frank Guarente, Max GoldbergWritten-By – Barris*
C2 Ronnie Munro And His Dance Orchestra* Nebraska
Leader, Piano – Ronnie MunroWritten-By – Revel*, Sissle*
C3 The Piccadilly Players Kiss And Make Up
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Al StaritaClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Perley BreedDirected By – Al StaritaDrums – Bill HartyGuitar, Banjo – Archie HughesPiano – Sid BrightTrombone – Ben OakleyTrumpet – Sylvester AholaTuba [Brass Bass] – Alf FieldViolin – Eddie LeeVocals – Eddie GrossbartWritten-By – Bogate*, Hoefle*, Miller*
C4 The Rhythm Band Blue Butterfly
Banjo – Nigel HewittClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry Hines, Les NormanDirected By – George Fisher Drums – Bernard Miller Piano – Peter Yorke Tenor Saxophone – Ken Warner, Pat WhelanTrombone – Bill MorleyTrumpet – Freddy Pitt, Harry WildeTuba [Brass Bass] – Harold Evans*Written-By – Ellis*
C5 Arthur Rosebery And His Kit-Cat Dance Band Virginia (There's A Blue Ridge 'Round My Heart)
Banjo – Jack StephensClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bob WiseDouble Bass [String Bass], Bass Saxophone – Jim RisleyDrums – Len LeesLeader, Piano – Arthur RoseberyTenor Saxophone – Reg PinkTrumpet, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Doug BastinTrumpet, Trombone – Paul FenoulhetViolin – Leslie JulianVocals – Len LeesWritten-By – Bryan*, Phillips*, Schuster*
C6 Charlie Kunz And His Chez Henri Orchestra You Went Away Once Too Often
Alto Saxophone – W. DickmanAlto Saxophone, Drums – D. ZaferBanjo, Guitar – E. PenfoldLeader, Piano – Charlie KunzRecording Supervisor [Recorded Under Personal Supervision Of] – Santos CasiniTuba [Brass Bass] – R. WolfstahlWritten-By – Bryan*, Linton*
C7 Ray Starita And His Ambassadors' Dance Club Band* Wake Up, Chillun, Wake Up!
Alto Saxophone – Chester Smith*Banjo, Guitar – Jack HillDouble Bass [String Bass], Brass [Brass Bass] – Arthur CalkinDrums, Vibraphone – Rudy StaritaLeader, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ray StaritaPiano – Donald ThorneTrombone – Bill Hall Trumpet – Andy Richardson , Freddy PittViolin – Reginald Pursglove*Vocals – Betty BoltonWritten-By – Trent*, Robison*
C8 Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra* Do Something
Banjo, Guitar – George RivesCello – Harry Mills Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Oboe – Frank Johnson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin – William Taylor Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Roberts Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Violin – Bob EassonDrums – Bob Manning Leader – Jack PaynePiano – Bob Busby*Trombone, Baritone Saxophone – Jesse Fuller Trumpet – Frank Wilson , Harry Mills Tuba [Brass Bass] – Julius NussbaumViola – Bert PowellViolin – B. Clark , Les ThomasVocals – Bob Manning , Jack Payne, Bob Busby*Written-By – Green*, Stept*
D1 Arthur Rosebery And His Kit-Cat Dance Band Broadway Melody
Banjo – Jack StephensClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bob WiseDouble Bass [String Bass], Bass Saxophone – Jim RisleyDrums – Len LeesLeader, Piano – Arthur RoseberyTenor Saxophone – Reg PinkTrumpet, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Doug BastinTrumpet, Trombone – Paul FenoulhetViolin – Leslie JulianVocals [Vocal Trio] – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Freed*, Brown*
D2 The Piccadilly Players You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You?
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Al StaritaDirected By – Al StaritaGuitar, Banjo – Archie HughesPiano – Sid BrightTrombone – Ben OakleyTrumpet – Freddy PittTuba [Brass Bass] – Alf FieldViolin – Eddie LeeVocals, Drums – Eddie CollisWritten-By – DeSylva*, Brown*, Henderson*
D3 The Four Bright Sparks Every Day Away From You
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Van PhillipsDirected By – Rudy StaritaDrums, Vibraphone – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Len FillisPiano – Arthur Young Vocals – Billy MiltonWritten-By – Tobias*, Mills*
D4 Arcadians Dance Orchestra 'Leven-Thirty Saturday Night
Directed By – John FirmanOrgan – Charles SaxbyTrumpet – Max GoldbergWritten-By – Grantham*, Burnett*, Kirkpatrick*
D5 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra Tap Your Feet
Alto Saxophone – Chappie d'Amato, E. O. Pogson, Johnny RaitzBanjo – Sonny FarrarClarinet, Flute, Oboe – E. O. Pogson, Johnny RaitzDrums – Basil WiltshireLeader – Jack HyltonPiano – Billy Munn, Peter Yorke Tenor Saxophone – Billy Ternent, Phil CardewTrombone – Les Carew, Paul FenoulhetTrumpet – Jack Raine, Philippe BrunTuba [Brass Bass] – Clem LawtonViolin – Cyril Hellier, Geoffrey Howard, Johnny RosenVocals – Pat O'Malley*Written-By – Brun*
D6 Ambrose And His Orchestra* If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
Banjo, Guitar – Joe Brannelley*Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jack Shields, Joe Crossman, Joe JeanetteDouble Bass [String Bass] – Dick EscottDrums – Max Bacon Leader – Bert AmbrosePiano – Bert ReadTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Joe Crossman, Joe JeanetteTrombone – Ted HeathTrumpet – Dennis Radcliffe, Sylvester AholaViolin – Eric Siday, Ernie Lewis, Reg PursgloveVocals – Ella Logan, Sam BrowneWritten-By – Creamer*, Johnson*
D7 Percival Mackey And His Band Time On My Hands
Banjo, Guitar – Len ShevillBaritone Saxophone – Lionel ClapperClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Ken Grey, Lionel ClapperClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Herman LevyDouble Bass [String Bass] – Spike HughesDrums – Dan InghamLeader – Percival MackeyPiano – Bob ProbstTrombone – Bill MulraneyTrumpet – Bert Wilton, Billy Higgs, Les Thompson*Violin – Dave Fish Vocals – Queenie LeonardWritten-By – Adamson*, Gordon*, Youmans*
Holiday Hits (Introducing):
D8a The New Mayfair Orchestra* Got The Bench, Got The Park
Directed By – Ray NobleDouble Bass [String Bass] – Jack EvettsDrums – Bill HartyGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano – Harry Jacobson Tenor Saxophone – Bob Wise, Harry HinesTrombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Bill Shakespeare, Max GoldbergViolin – Eugene Pini, Jean Pougnet, Reg PursgloveWritten-By – Lewis*, Sherman*, Phillips*
D8b The New Mayfair Orchestra* Would You Like To Take A Walk
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Rose*, Warren*, Dixon*
D8c The New Mayfair Orchestra* Reaching For The Moon
Directed By – Ray NobleVocals – Al BowllyWritten-By – Berlin*
D8d The New Mayfair Orchestra* Hello Beautiful
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Donaldson*
3 - Those Dance Band Years 1931-1934
The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra Holiday Hits (Introducing):
E1a Miss Elizabeth Brown
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Gilbert*, Gay*
E1b Sil'vry Rio Grande: River Stay Away From My Door
Directed By – Ray NobleVocals – Al BowllyWritten-By – Woods*, Dixon*
E1c Oh Rosalita
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Llossas*
E2 Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra* Down Sunnyside Lane
Brass, Double Bass [String Bass] – Bert GrovesClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Oboe – Frank Johnson Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Roberts Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Bob Easson, William Taylor Drums – Bob Manning Leader – Jack PaynePiano – Bob Busby*Trombone – Ben Oakley, Jesse Fuller Trumpet – Jack Jackson, Tommy Anderson Viola – Bert PowellViolin – Bob Easson, Eric SidayVocals, Guitar – Billy Scott-CoomberWritten-By – Cambell*, Connelly*
E3 Sidney Kyte And His Piccadilly Hotel Band* Me
Alto Saxophone – Ivor Robinson, Lionel ClapperBass Saxophone – Norman PhillipsDrums – Eric HanleyLeader, Violin – Sidney Kyte*Piano – Billy Thorburn, Jack JoyTenor Saxophone – Sid LentonTrumpet – Alfie Noakes Violin – Norman Cole, Norman PhillipsVocals – The Three GinxVocals [The 3 Ginx] – Eric Flanley, Ivor Robinson, Jack JoyWritten-By – Berlin*
E4 John Firman And His Band That's My Desire
Leader – John FirmanOrgan [Pipe Organ] – Charles SaxbyVocals – Maurice ElwinWritten-By – Loveday*, Kresa*
E5 The Blue Lyres All Of Me
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Peter RushClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Arthur LallyDirected By – Arthur LallyDouble Bass [String Bass] – Dave AxfordDrums – Maurice ZaferGuitar – Bert HadleyPiano – Eric Walker Tenor Saxophone – Eric LindenTrombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Arthur NibloVocals – Sam BrowneWritten-By – Marks*, Simons*
E6 The Blue Lyres You Rascal, You
Directed By – Arthur LallyVocals – Joe CrossmanWritten-By – Theard*
E7 Ambrose And His Orchestra* The Clouds Will Soon Roll By
Alto Saxophone – Harry HinesClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Billy AmstellClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Joe CrossmanClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Joe JeanetteDouble Bass [String Bass] – Don StuteleyDrums – Max Bacon Guitar – Joe Brannelley*Leader – Bert AmbrosePiano – Bert ReadTrombone – Ted HeathTrumpet – Harry Owen, Max GoldbergViolin – Ernie Lewis, Peter Rush, Teddy SinclairVocals – Elsie CarlisleWritten-By – Woods*, Dixon*
E8 Philip Brown's Grosvenor Band Mean Music
Leader – Philip Brown Written-By – Weldon*, Magidson*
F1 Sydney Lipton And His Grosvenor House Band Sadie The Shaker
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Goss, Victor RoulcottArranged By – Bert ReadClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy ShanklandDrums – Jock JacobsonGuitar – Harry ThorneLeader, Violin – Sydney LiptonPiano – Bert ReadTrombone – Bud HammondTrumpet – Andy Hodgkiss, Bill GaskinWritten By – Miller
F2 Debroy Somers Band You're An Old Smoothie
Arranged By – Arthur SandfordBanjo, Guitar – Arthur Baker Brass [Brass Bass] – Joe Lawlor Cello – Vernon MayallClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Billy Davies, Brian WicksDrums, Vibraphone – Tommy BladesLeader – Debroy SomersOboe, Cor Anglais – Bob SomersPiano – Arthur SandfordTenor Saxophone – Dan Donovan , Tommy NevinsonTrombone – Percy HarperTrumpet – Jimmy Wornell, Vernon MayallViolin – Benny LobanVocals – Dan Donovan Written-By – DeSylva*, Brown*, Whiting*
F3 Jack Jackson And His Orchestra I Like To Go Back In The Evening
Alto Saxophone, Violin – Chappie d'AmatoClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Flute – E. O. PogsonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Oboe – Allen WarnerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny StockDrums – Percy HamptonLeader, Vocals – Jack JacksonPiano – Harry RobensTrombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Harry Macfarlane, Jack JacksonVocals – Fred LathamWritten-By – Williams*, O'Reilly Clint*, Pascoe*
F4 Ray Noble And His Orchestra The Japanese Sandman
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – E. O. PogsonClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Freddy GardnerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny WintersDrums – Bill HartyGuitar – Al BowllyLeader – Ray NoblePiano – Harry JacobsonTrombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Bill Shakespeare, Nat GonellaViola, Tenor Saxophone – Harry BerlyWritten-By – Whiting*
F5 The BBC Dance Orchestra April In Paris
Arranged By – Ben FrankelClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Burton Gillis, Freddy WilliamsClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jack HalsallDirected By – Henry HallDouble Bass [String Bass] – Theo FarrarDrums – Len BermonGuitar – George DickensonPiano – Eddie Carroll Trombone – Bill Mulraney, Eric TannTrumpet – Arthur Williams , Frank Wilson Violin – Cyril Hellier, Joseph HitchenorVocals – Les AllenWritten-By – Harburg*, Duke*
F6 Billy Merrin And His Commanders We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jan Costelli, Ken BradleyDouble Bass [String Bass] – Nigel "Cod" HillDrums – George RawlinsonGuitar – Eddie PullenLeader – Billy MerrinPiano – Ray WallisTenor Saxophone – Les CripwellTrombone – Allen MasseyTrumpet – Stan Howard, Teddy DesmondVocals – Sam BrowneWritten-By – Freed*, Brown*
F7 Billy Cotton And His Band Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Mick BurberryClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Edgar Bracewell, Frank KenyonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Frank BarnesDouble Bass [String Bass] – Joe White Drums – Arthur Baker Drums, Vocals – Alan BreezeGuitar – Les CaseyLeader – Billy CottonPiano – Clem BernardTrombone – Ellis Jackson, Tommy WardTrumpet – Bruts Gonella, Eddie Fearn, Teddy FosterViolin – Laurie Johnson , Phil PhillipsWritten-By – Spina*, Young*, Burke*
F8 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Hotel Orpheans* Better Think Twice
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – George MelachrinoClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Laurie PayneClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Double Bass [String Bass] – Jack EvettsDrums – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Harry ShermanLeader, Piano – Carroll GibbonsPiano [2Nd Piano] – Sid BrightTrombone – Sam Acres Trumpet – Bill Shakespeare, Billy HiggsTrumpet, Trombone – Arthur Fenoulhet, Paul FenoulhetViolin – Ben FrankelVocals – Harry BentleyWritten-By – Coots*, Seymour*
4 - Those Dance Band Years 1934-1936
G1 Geraldo's Gaucho Tango Orchestra* The Carioca
Accordion [Piano Accordion] – Jimmy TurnbullClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Billy Walker , Cyril GranthamClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Violin – Michael KreinClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jim Shankland*Double Bass [String Bass] – George Kirby Drums – Alec UreGuitar – Bill TringhamLeader – Geraldo Piano – Sid BrightViolin – Harry ThompsonWritten-By – Eliscu*, Kahn*, Youmans*
G2 The New Music Of Reginald Foresythe Deep Forest
Alto Saxophone – Ivor Lambe, Jimmy Watson Clarinet – George Newman, Ted Marshall, W. C. HardingDouble Bass [String Bass] – Joe Gibson Drums – Don WhitelawLeader, Arranged By – Reginald ForesythePiano – Reginald ForesytheWritten-By – Razaf*, Hines*, Foresythe*
G3 Lew Stone And His Band Tina
Arranged By – Stanley BlackClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Joe CrossmanClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ernest RitteDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny WintersDrums – Jock JacobsonGuitar – Albert HarrisLeader – Lew StonePiano – Stanley BlackTenor Saxophone, Viola – Harry BerlyTrombone – Lew DavisTrombone, Vocals – Joe FerrieTrumpet – Alfie Noakes , Nat GonellaWritten-By – Kennedy*, Grosz*
G4 The Gaumont British Dance Band What A Little Moonlight Can Do
Directed By – Louis LevyVocals – Jimmy Cambell*Written-By – Woods*
G5 Teddy Joyce And His Orchestra June In January
Arranged By – Bob Busby*Baritone Saxophone – Johnny Walker Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bernie BromwickClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Dave Roberts , Stan QuiddingtonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Harry GrayDrums – Donald WhitelawGuitar – Jimmy MeseneLeader – Teddy JoycePiano – Jack Phillips, Bob Busby*Trombone – Alec Mitchell, George FerrieTrumpet – Arthur Niblo, Bill Smith , Jimmy MacafferViolin – Carl Tauber, Harry Phillips , Phil Sylvester, Teddy JoyceVocals – Jack PlantWritten-By – Robin*, Rainger*
G6 Harry Perritt And His Orchestra Buchanan Stomp
Alto Saxophone – Leslie NormanBass Saxophone – Gil PortDrums – Len HuntGuitar – Len FillisLeader – Harry PerrittPiano – Claude IvyTrumpet – Tommy BandWritten-By – Perritt*
G7 Teddy Joyce And His Orchestra Holiday Express
Leader – Teddy JoyceWritten-By – Macaffer*
Harry Roy And His Orchestra Roy Medley (Part 1) Introducing:
G8a Bugle Call Rag
Alto Saxophone – Joe ArbiterClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry Roy, Nat TempleDouble Bass [String Bass] – Arthur CalkinDrums – Joe Daniels Guitar – Tommy VennLeader, Vocals – Harry RoyPiano – Dave Kaye , Ivor MoretonTenor Saxophone – Harry GossTrombone – Dick Boothroyd, Jack CollinsTrumpet – Bert Wilton, Tom PorterViolin – Maurice SterndaleWritten-By – Schoebel*, Mills*, Pettis*
G8b Twelfth Street Rag
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Bowman*
G8c Tiger Rag
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – LaRocca*, Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Harry Roy And His Orchestra Roy Medley (Part 2) Introducing:
H1a Somebody Stole My Girl
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Woods*
H1b Nobody's Sweetheart
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Meyers*, Schoebel*, Erdman*, Kahn*
H1c Chinatown My Chinatown
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Schwartz*
H2 Lew Stone And His Band Pop! Goes Your Heart
Arranged By – Stanley BlackClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Joe CrossmanClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ernest RitteDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny WintersDrums – Jock JacobsonGuitar – Albert HarrisLeader – Lew StonePiano – Monia Liter, Stanley BlackTenor Saxophone – Don Barrigo, Harry BerlyTrombone – Joe Ferrie, Lew DavisTrumpet – Alfie Noakes , Nat GonellaViola – Harry BerlyVocals – Alan KaneWritten-By – Wrubel*, Dixon*
H3 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra Footloose And Fancy Free
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Benny Daniels, Dave ShandClarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Jim EastonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Freddy SchweitzerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Andre de VekeyDrums – Gilbert WebsterGuitar – Sonny FarrarHarp – Harry Chapman Leader – Jack HyltonPiano – Alec Templeton, Billy MunnTrombone – Eric Breeze, Les CarewTrumpet – George Swift, Jack Raine, Philippe BrunViolin – Dick Willows, Eddie Hooper , Jack Farrell, Maurice Loban*Written-By – Lombardo*, Kahn*
H4 Joe Daniels And His 'Drumnastics' Hotshots* St. Louis Blues
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy GardnerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny WintersGuitar – Archie SlavinLeader, Drums – Joe Daniels Piano – Monia LiterTrumpet – Max GoldbergWritten-By – Handy*
H5 Jack Jackson And His Band Roll Along, Prairie Moon
Alto Saxophone, Guitar – Chappie d'AmatoAlto Saxophone, Violin – Stan AndrewsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Flute – E. O. PogsonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Oboe – Allen WarnerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny StockDrums – Jackie HunterLeader – Jack JacksonPiano – Harry RobensTrombone – Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Jack Jackson, Jimmy LawrieViolin – Colly Eisner, Dave EsherVocals – Fred LathamWritten-By – Von Tilzer*, McPherson*, Fiorito*
H6 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Hotel Orpheans* From The Top Of Your Head
Arranged By – Paul FenoulhetClarinet, Saxophone [Alto & Baritone] – George Melachrino, Laurie PayneClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Double Bass [String Bass] – Jack EvettsDrums – Mick AbramsGuitar – Bert Thomas Leader, Piano – Carroll GibbonsPiano [2Nd Piano] – Ian Stewart Trombone – Arthur Fenoulhet, Paul Fenoulhet, Sam Acres Trumpet – Arthur Fenoulhet, Bill Shakespeare, Billy HiggsViolin – Eugene PiniVocals – Brian LawranceWritten-By – Revel*, Gordon*
H7 Maurice Winnick And His Orchestra Love Is A Dancing Thing
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Manny MarronClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry KarrClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George PallatDouble Bass [String Bass] – Don StuteleyDrums – Bert JacksonGuitar – Frank WatsonLeader, Violin – Maurice WinnickPiano – Ronnie O'DellTrumpet – Reg ConroyVocals – Sam CostaWritten-By – Dietz - Schwartz*
H8 Harry Leader And His Band My Sweetie Went Away
Alto Saxophone – Harry Leader, Harry Smith Bass – Tommy BromleyDrums – Harry JimickGuitar – Arthur SlavinLeader, Alto Saxophone – Harry LeaderPiano – Norrie ParamorTenor Saxophone, Violin – Oscar GrassoTrombone – George ChisholmTrumpet – Billy Farrell , Dick KyteVocals – Jessie RobinsWritten-By – Handman*, Turk*
5 - Those Dance Band Years 1936-1938
I1 Maurice Winnick And His Orchestra Moon Over Miami
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Manny MarronClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry KarrClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George PallatDouble Bass [String Bass] – Don StuteleyDrums – Bert JacksonGuitar – Frank WatsonLeader, Violin – Maurice WinnickPiano – Ronnie O'DellTrumpet – Reg ConroyWritten-By – Leslie*, Burke*
I2 The Romany Band Woe Is Me
Bass Saxophone, Violin – Oscar RabinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Johnny Swinfen, Raymond DoughtyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Sid BurnDirected By – Oscar RabinDrums – Cecil WaldenGuitar – Harry Davis Piano – Alf CaplanScat – Beryl Davis, Dinah MillerTrombone – Hamish ChristieTrumpet – George BurgessVocals [Vocal Trio] – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Sanford*, Cavanagh*, Emmerich*
I3 The Krakajax Oh! By Jingo! Oh By God!
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Art Jennings, Mickey AtlasClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ken BakerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Jimmy Clark Drums – Len JenningsGuitar – Arthur Baker Piano – Roland ThomasTrumpet – Hugh RadcliffeWritten-By – Von Tilzer*, Brown*
I4 Roy Fox And His Orchestra* A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
Alto Saxophone – Art Christmas, Hugh Tripp, Red OwenArranged By – Jack NathanBaritone Saxophone – Art ChristmasClarinet – Red OwenDouble Bass [String Bass] – George GibbsDrums – Maurice BurmanGuitar – Ivor MairantsLeader – Roy FoxPiano – Jack NathanTenor Saxophone – Harry GoldTrombone – George Rowe, Jock BainTrumpet – Les Lambert , Sid BuckmanViolin – Harry BalenVocals – Denny DennisWritten-By – Berlin*
I5 Billy Cotton And His Band Free
Baritone Saxophone – Harry Hunter Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Edgar Bracewell, Frank KenyonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Stan QuiddingtonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Joe White Drums – Arthur Baker Guitar – Les CaseyLeader – Billy CottonPiano – Clem BernardTrombone – Ellis JacksonTrumpet – Bruts Gonella, Eddie Fearn, Jack Doyle Violin – Laurie Johnson , Phil PhillipsVocals – Alan BreezeWritten-By – Kennedy*, Carr*
I6 Bram Martin And His Band When My Dreamboat Comes Home
Clarinet – Benny Bromwick, Harold Geller, Harry Lewis , Les Williams, Manny WinterDouble Bass [String Bass] – Bob Roberts Drums – Harry LandauGuitar – Bert FleetLeader, Cello – Bram MartinPiano – Tommy BentonTrombone – Ted Taylor Trumpet – Bert Haggerty, Paddy Harlow, Stan RoderickViolin – Albert MoromiVocals – The Three Bells Written-By – Friend*, Franklin*
I7 Bram Martin's Borderliners West End Blues
Clarinet – Benny BromwickDouble Bass [String Bass] – Bob Roberts Drums – Harry LandauGuitar – Bert FleetLeader – Bram MartinPiano – Tommy BentonTenor Saxophone – Harry Lewis Trumpet – Bert HaggertyVocals – Gene CrowleyWritten-By – Williams*, Oliver*
I8 Nat Gonella And His Georgians* Boo-Hoo
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Albert Torrance, Ernest RitteDouble Bass [String Bass] – Tiny WintersDrums – Bob DrydenGuitar – Jimmy MeseneLeader, Trumpet – Nat GonellaPiano – Harold HoodTenor Saxophone – Don Barrigo, Pat SmutsVocals – Nat Gonella, Stella MoyaWritten-By – Carmen Lombardo, Heyman*, Loeb*
J1 Bert Firman And His Orchestra Swing High, Swing Low
Accordion [Piano Accordion] – George Scott WoodClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy GardnerDouble Bass [String Bass] – Don StuteleyDrums – Harry LewinGuitar – George Elliott Harp – Harry Chapman Leader, Violin – Bert FirmanPiano – Cecil NormanViolin – Cyril Hellier, Joe HitchenorWritten-By – Lane*, Freed*
J2 Billy Bissett And His Orchestra Never In A Million Years
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – George Wright , Paul FreedmanClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Doug KempDouble Bass [String Bass] – Nigel Hill*Drums – Stan HenshawGuitar – Ted AndrewsLeader, Piano – Billy BissettPiano – Jack PennTrombone – George RoweTrumpet – Bill Gaskin, Herb BrittonVocals – Alice Mann, Billy BissettWritten-By – Revel*
J3 Orlando And His Orchestra* Love Is Good For AnythingThat Ails You
Arranged By – Alf FranksDouble Bass [String Bass] – Geoff BarkerDrums – Missel LakinLeader – Joe Orlando Piano – Alf FranksTenor Saxophone – Dave Green Trumpet – Dick KyteViolin – Eddie Lee, Ted EdbrookVocals – Evelyn DallWritten-By – Friend*, Malneck*
J4 George Elrick And His Swing Music Makers Swing Session In Siberia
Alto Saxophone – Cliff Cadman, Eddie FargeClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry Lewis Double Bass [String Bass] – Sam MolyneuxDrums – Sid BartleGuitar – Andy Gray Leader, Vocals – George ElrickPiano – Sid KreegerTrumpet – Archie CraigWritten By – O'ConnorWritten-By – Goering*, Pettis*
J5 Howard Jacobs And His Golden Tone Saxophone With His Orchestra For Dancing Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
Cello – Ossie SmithDouble Bass [String Bass] – Herb EvansDrums – Joe WyndhamGuitar – Harry CollinsLeader, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs Piano – Bert WhittamTrumpet – Sid FearnViolin – Jimmy Doyle , Jimmy Kennedy , Reg Batten*, Sid Sax*Written-By – Leslie*, Burke*
J6 Syd Seymour And His Mad Hatters Chinese Laundry Blues
Alto Saxophone – Bill Greenwood, Harry ConnDouble Bass [String Bass] – Vic MayallDrums – Percy AlcockGuitar, Vocals – Larry JasonLeader – Syd SeymourPiano – Jerry LevyTenor Saxophone – Rudy FineTrombone – Tom Shaw Trumpet – Jack Greaves, Ken GaraghamVocals – Bobby Farrell Written-By – Cottrell*
J7 Billy Ternent's Rhythm You Started Something
Leader, Tenor Saxophone – Billy TernentPiano – Billy MunnSaxophone – Johnny RaitzVocals – Sam BrowneWritten-By – Deutsch*, Rogan*
J8 Dan Donovan And His Music She's The Daughter Of The Old Grey Mare
Alto Saxophone – Ike LewisDrums – Tony BladesGuitar – Gerry McQuinnLeader – Dan Donovan Piano – Bob Davis Written-By – Lisbona*, Connor*
6 - Those Dance Band Years 1938-1939
K1 Sid Millward And His Band* Someday Sweetheart
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Sid MillwardDouble Bass [String Bass] – Pete BerryDrums – Phil Watts Guitar – Sid ColinLeader – Sid MillwardPiano – Arnold MayneTrumpet – Bruce CampbellWritten-By – B. Spikes*, J. Spikes*
K2 Jack White And His Collegians* Sweet As A Song
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jack White , Tony MorrisClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jay White Double Bass [String Bass] – Harry RutlandDrums – Tom WhiteLeader – Jack White Piano – George Johnson Trumpet – Stan StantonWritten-By – Revel*, Gordon*
K3 Jack Harris And His Orchestra* Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm
Arranged By – Bert Read, Jack PennBaritone Saxophone – George Glover Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy Williams, Harry KarrClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Harry Smith Double Bass [String Bass] – Dick BallDrums – Alfred GrayFlute – Harry KarrGuitar – Cyril Holiday, Joe BrannellyLeader – Jack Harris Piano – Bert Read, Jack PennTrombone – Don Binney, Lew DavisTrumpet – Alfie Noakes , Doug DolmanViolin – Bill Scheiderman, Max Jaffa, Sid Sax*Vocals – Dinah MillerWritten-By – Jerome*, Byron*, Kent*
K4 Roy Fox And His Orchestra* How'd Ja Like To Love Me?
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Art Christmas, Tommy Davis Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Hugh TrippClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Andy McDevittDouble Bass [String Bass] – George GibbsDrums – Maurice BurmanGuitar – Harry ThorneLeader – Roy FoxPiano – Jack NathanTrombone – Jock Bain, Tommy Henry Trumpet – Les Lambert , Sid BuckmanVocals – Mary Lee Written-By – Lane*, Loesser*
K5 Henry Hall And His Orchestra* Love Makes The World Go Round
Arranged By – Con LamprechtClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Burton Gillis, Leslie OrmandroydClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Eddie CromarDouble Bass [String Bass] – Theo FarrarDrums – Charlie BotterillGuitar – Albert StanleyLeader – Henry HallPiano – Dennis SteeleTenor Saxophone – Tommy FieldsTrombone – Alf Moore, Arthur Mangor, Tony Moore Trumpet – Charles Price, Freddy Mann, Ray CopestakeViolin – Joseph Hitchenor, Wally HallViolin, Viola – Bert PowellVocals – Leslie DouglasWritten-By – Gay*
K6 Geraldo And His Orchestra Penny Serenade
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Billy Walker , Cyril GranthamClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Michael KreinClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy ShanklandLeader – Geraldo Trombone – George Rowe, Percy SmithTrumpet – Billy Higgs, Clifton FfrenchVocals – Al BowllyWritten-By – Hallifax*, Weersma*
K7 Eddie Carroll And His Music* My Own
Alto Saxophone – Jay Farley, Tommy BradburyLeader – Eddie Carroll Tenor Saxophone – Alan Yates, Benny GreenwoodTrombone – Eric Tann, Freddy WalshTrumpet – Arthur Mouncey, Arthur Verrey, Bert BullimoreWritten-By – Adamson*, McHugh*
K8 The Organ, The Dance Band And Me* There's A New Apple Tree
Alto Saxophone – Phil TrixAlto Saxophone, Accordion [Piano-Accordion] – Stan OsborneDouble Bass [String Bass] – Lee StreetDrums – Alex Clark Guitar, Cello – Arthur WatkinsOrgan [Pipe Organ] – H. Robinson CleaverPiano – Billy ThorburnTenor Saxophone – Leon MackTrumpet – George KennethVocals – Terry DevonWritten-By – Dunn*, Bond*
L1 Hugo Rignold And His Orchestra* You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – E. O. Pogson, Mickey SalmonsDouble Bass [String Bass] – Bernie Lee Drums – Bert AbelFlute – Mickey SalmonsLeader – Hugo RignoldPiano – Sid HenryPiccolo Flute [Piccola], Flute, Saxophone [Alto & Baritone] – Cyril HogarthTenor Saxophone – Buddy Featherstonhaugh*Trombone – Bruce Cambell*, Joe CordellTrumpet – Arthur Verrey, Jock Underwood, Tim Casey Violin – Dennis Moonan, Joe Hitchenor, Mickey Salmons, Sid Sax*Written-By – Warren*, Mercer*
L2 Reginald Williams And His Futurists* I'm Madly In Love With You
Leader – Reginald Williams Vocals – Al BowllyWritten-By – Davis*, Coots*
L3 Billy Thorburn And His Music* Heaven Can Wait
Accordion [Piano Accordion] – Stan OsborneAlto Saxophone – Phil Trix, Stan OsborneDouble Bass [String Bass] – Lee StreetDrums – Alex Clark Guitar, Cello – Arthur WatkinsLeader, Piano – Billy ThorburnTenor Saxophone – Leon MackTrumpet – George KennethVocals – George BarclayWritten-By – De Lange*, Van Heusen*
L4 Jack Harris And His Orchestra* Plain Jane
Alto Saxophone – Al Baum, Laurie BookinAlto Saxophone, Flute – Harry KarrClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Billy AmstellDouble Bass [String Bass] – Will HemmingsDrums – Jock CummingsGuitar – Sam GelsleyLeader – Jack Harris Piano – Jack PennTrombone – Eric Breeze, Jock BainTrumpet – Max Goldberg, Tony BalmforthWritten-By – Phillips*
L5 Joe Loss And His Band South Of The Border
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Danny Miller , Eddie PrattDouble Bass [String Bass] – Reg RichmondDrums – Jock GreenwoodGuitar – Harry PikeLeader – Joe LossPiano – Harry KahnTenor Saxophone – Mickey Lewis , Reg BrewsterTrombone – Bill BolandTrumpet – Bill Burton, Clem Stevens, Harry LethamVocals – Monte ReyWritten-By – Kennedy*, Carr*
L6 Van Straten And His Music* The Lady's In Love With You
Leader – Van Straten*Vocals – Julie DawnWritten-By – Lane*, Loesser*
L7 Joe Loss And His Band Begin The Beguine
Leader – Joe LossVocals – Chick HendersonWritten-By – Porter*
L8 Herman Darewski And His Band* Wishing (Will Make It So)
Leader – Herman DarewskiWritten-By – DeSylva*
7 - Those Dance Band Years 1923-1936 "Bands Across The Sea"
M1 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Tell Me With A Melody
Arranged By – Ferde Grofe*Banjo – Harry ReserClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Hale "Pee Wee" Byers*, Ross GormanClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Don Clarke*Drums – Hal MacDonald*Leader, Violin – Paul WhitemanPiano – Ferde Grofe*Trombone – Sam Lewis Trumpet – Henry Busse, Tommy GottTuba [Brass Bass] – Jack BarsbyWritten-By – Berlin*
M2 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Just One More Chance
Leader – Paul WhitemanWritten-By – Steiger*
M3 Paul Specht's Canadian Club Orchestra Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie
Directed By – Orville JohnstonLeader – Paul SpechtVocals – Lorne ColeWritten-By – MacDonald*, Rose*, Meyers*
M4 Fred Rich And His Hotel Astor Orchestra Baltimore
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Benny Fairbanks, Teddy Klein*Drums – Ray Baudac*Leader, Piano – Fred RichTenor Saxophone – Phil WalzerTrombone – Lloyd Turner Trumpet – Benny Bloom, Sylvester AholaViolin – Al DuffyVocals – Arthur HumbyWritten-By – Healy*, Kahal*, McHugh*
M5 Fred Rich And His Hotel Astor Orchestra Calling Me Home
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Benny Fairbanks, Teddy Klein*Drums – Ray Baudac*Leader – Fred RichTenor Saxophone – Phil WalzerTrombone – Lloyd Turner Trumpet – Benny Bloom, Nick CastiViolin – Al DuffyVocals – Joey GriffithsWritten-By – Sirmay*, Graham*
M6 Noble Sissle And His Sizzling Syncopators You Can't Get To Heaven That Way
Banjo – Frank EthridgeClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Frank Goudie*, Ralph Duquesne, Rudy JacksonDrums – Jack Carter Leader – Noble SisslePiano – Lloyd PinckneyTenor Saxophone – Ramon UseraTrombone – Billy BurnsTrumpet – Arthur Briggs, Tommy LadnierTuba [Brass Bass] – Edward ColesVocals – Noble SissleWritten-By – Caesar*, Simons*
M7 Noble Sissle And His Sizzling Syncopators Confessin' (That I Love You)
Leader – Noble SissleWritten-By – Neiburg*, Dougherty*, Reynolds*
M8 Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut Yankees Old Man Harlem
Alto Saxophone – Bob Bowman , Sammy DiehlDouble Bass [String Bass] – Harry PatentDrums – Frank FriselleGuitar – Charles Peterson Leader – Rudy ValleePiano – Al Evans , Cliff BurwellTenor Saxophone – Joe Miller Trombone – Hal MatthewsTrumpet – Don Moore , Jimmy CatinoViolin – Jules de Vorzon, Manny LowyVocals, Alto Saxophone – Rudy ValleeWritten-By – Carmichael*, Vallee*
N1 Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut Yankees Here Is My Heart (Here Is My Hand)
Leader – Rudy ValleeWritten-By – Henderson*, Ballard*
N2 Joe Venuti And His Orchestra Hiawatha's Lullaby
Bass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniGuitar – Dick Donough*Leader, Violin – Joe VenutiPiano – Phil WallTrumpet, Clarinet, Saxophone [Alto] – Jimmy DorseyWritten-By – Young*, Donaldson*
N3 Ben Selvin And His Orchestra* Sweetheart Darlin'
Accordion [Piano Accordion] – Charles MagnanteLeader – Ben SelvinVocals – Jack Miller Written-By – Kahn*, Stothart*
N4 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra Lights Out
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Maurice Stein, Maurice Bercov*Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Freddy SchweitzerDrums – George WettlingHarp – Edward Vito, George LyonsLeader – Jack HyltonPiano – David Rose, Wilmot MossTimpani [Tympani] – Arthur Layfield, Herb QuigleyTrombone – Murray McEachernTrumpet – Billy Scott Vocals – Pat O'Malley*Written-By – Hill*
N5 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra The Music Goes 'Round And Around
Leader – Jack HyltonWritten-By – Farley*, Reilly*, Hodgson*
N6 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra Eeny Meeny Miney Mo
Leader – Jack HyltonWritten-By – Mercer*, Malneck*
N7 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra A Little Bit Independent
Leader – Jack HyltonVocals – The Merry MacsWritten-By – Leslie*, Burke*
N8 Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy* Cloudy
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – John Williams Arranged By – Mary Lou WilliamsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – John HarringtonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Booker CollinsDrums – Ben ThigpenGuitar – Ted Brinson Leader – Andy KirkPiano – Mary Lou WilliamsTenor Saxophone – Dick WilsonTrombone – Henry Wells, Ted Donnelley*Trumpet – Earl Thomson*, Harry Lawson, Paul King Violin – Claude WilliamsVocals – Pha TerrellWritten-By – Williams*
Those Dance Band Hits
O1 Savoy Orpheans* Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue
Written-By – Henderson*
O2 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra Shepherd Of The Hills
Leader – Jack HyltonWritten-By – Nicholls*
O3 Savoy Havana Band Crazy Words, Crazy Tunes
Written-By – Yellen*, Ager*
O4 The Rhythmic Eight She's A Great, Great Girl
Leader – Bert FirmanWritten-By – Woods*
O5 Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra* Happy Days Are Here Again
Leader – Jack PayneWritten-By – Yellen*, Ager*
O6 Ambrose And His Orchestra* Soft Lights And Sweet Music
Leader – Bert AmbroseWritten-By – Berlin*
O7 Henry Hall And The BBC Dance Orchestra* The Teddy Bear's Picnic
Leader – Henry HallWritten-By – Bratton*
O8 Jack Jackson And His Orchestra Make Those People Sway
Leader – Jack JacksonWritten-By – Jackson*
P1 Ray Noble And His Orchestra You Ought To See Sally On Sunday
Leader – Ray NobleWritten-By – Woods*
P2 Harry Roy Orchestra* Sarawaki
Leader – Harry RoyWritten-By – Gordon*
P3 Lew Stone And His Band I Ain't Got Nobody
Leader – Lew StoneWritten-By – Graham*, Williams*
P4 Billy Cotton And His Band Truckin'
Leader – Billy CottonWritten-By – Bloom*
P5 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Hotel Orpheans* These Foolish Things
Written-By – Strachen*
P6 Maurice Winnick Orchestra* Stars In My Eyes
Leader – Maurice WinnickWritten-By – Kreisler*
P7 Roy Fox And His Orchestra* Whispering
Leader – Roy FoxWritten-By – Schonberger*
P8 Jack Harris And His Orchestra* Amouresque
Leader – Jack Harris Written-By – Phillips*

Credits

  • Compilation Producer – Chris Ellis
  • Coordinator [Series Co-Ordination] – Michael Kennedy
  • Design [Sleeve Designs] – Frank Watkins
  • Liner Notes – Brian Rust
  • Remastered By, Technician [Transfer] – John Wadley
  • Research [Sourcing Of 78S] – Chris Ellis, Derek Hunt, Ron Jewson, Tony Clarke
  • Research [Vocal Research Assistance] – Tom Soall
  • Research [Vocal Research] – Tony Clarke

Notes

Eight LPs, individually sleeved and numbered, with laminated covers and credits/notes on reverse. Each vinyl is contained in a poly-lined white paper inner.

All LPs contained in a hinged heavyweight card presentation box. This has a linen-effect finish and is printed burgundy, cream & gold. The 7 'SM' catalogued LPs & tracks are listed in gold & black on inner lid. The 8th 'SMF' LP "Those Dance Band Hits" is described as a 'Sampler' of the 16 bands that appear on the first 6 LPs.

The works have been compiled from EMI archives and 78rpm material on loan from collectors, with each track remastered by World Records (of Richmond, Surrey, UK).

The set also contains a 12"x12" cream & burgundy 6-page comprehensive guide to the personnel, recording dates and locations connected to the works. A 'World Records-EMI' guarantee slip is also included covering recording quality procedures.

Previous 'World Records' catalogue / ID numbers for tracks;
LP 1:
A1; A-2561-3 (Recorded in London, 5th Nov 1925)
A2; Bb-7323-2 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 19th Nov 1925 from Savoy Hotel, London)
A3; Yy-7870-3 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 9th Feb 1926 - Originally issued as "The Arcadians")
A4; Bb-7903-2 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 16th Feb 1926 from Savoy Hotel, London - originally issued as "Savoy Havana Band")
A5; WA-3328-2 (Recorded in London 1st June 1926 - Hotel Metropole)
A6; 777-2 (Recorded in London Aug 1926)
A7; WA-3688-2 (Recorded in London 12th Aug 1926 - Hotel Metropole)
A8; Bb-9420-3 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London, 11th Nov 1926, from the Kit-Kat Club, London)
B1; Yy-9753-1 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 10th Dec 1926)
B2; WA-5137-2 (Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London, 30th March 1927)
B3; WA-5145-1 (Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London, 31st March 1927)
B4; Bb-10653-1 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex 28th April 1927 - Savoy Hotel, London)
B5; Bb-10770-2 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex 27th May 1927 - Savoy Hotel, London)
B6; WA-6359-2 (Recorded in Piccadilly Hotel ballroom, London 6th October 1927)
B7; Bb-11712-2 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London 21st Oct 1927, from Savoy Hotel, London. Originally issued as "The Sylvians")
B8; WA-6458-1 (Recorded in London, 31st Oct 1927)
LP 2:
C1; Bb-11975-3 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 28th Nov 1927)
C2; E-1862-2 (Recorded in London, 17th April 1928)
C3; WA-7274-1 (Recorded in London, 20th April 1928)
C4; Bb-13568-2 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK 21st June 1928)
C5; E-2293-2 (Recorded in London, 1st Jan 1929)
C6; WA-8657-1 (Recorded in London, 7th March 1929)
C7; WA-8951-2 (Recorded in London, 4th May 1929)
C8; WA-9081-2 (Recorded in London, 3rd June 1929)
D1; E-2507-1 (Recorded in London, June 1929)
D2; WA-9389-2 (Recorded in London, 2nd Aug 1929)
D3; WA-9940-2 (Recorded in London, 14th Jan 1930)
D4; Yy-18771-1 (Recorded at Kingsway Hall, London, 12th May 1930)
D5; Bb-20348-2 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London, 28th Oct 1930)
D6; Bb-20392-2 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London, 18th Nov 1930)
D7; CA-11416-1 (Recorded in London, 30th March 1931)
D8; OB-1245-1 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London, 26th June 1931)
LP 3:
E1; OB-1246-1 (Recorded at Small Queen's Hall, London, 26th June 1931)
E2; CA-11956 (Recorded in London, 10th September 1931)
E3; CAR-902-1 (Recorded in London, 23rd November 1931)
E4; OY-1533-2 (Recorded at Kingsway Hall, London, 9th December 1931)
E5; OY-2160-1 (Recorded in London, 1st Feb 1932)
E6; OY-3023-3 (Recorded in London, 7th March 1932)
E7; OB-3134-1 (Recorded in London, 13th July 1932)
E8; CA-12921-1 (Recorded in London, 26th July 1932)
F1; OY-3169 (Recorded in London, Aug 1932)
F2; CA-13905 (Recorded in London, 9th September 1933)
F3; OB-5065-2 (Recorded in London, 11th September 1933)
F4; OB-5120-1 (Recorded in London, 4th October 1933)
F5; CA-14238-1 (Recorded in London, 6th Jan 1934)
F6; CAR-2512-1 (Recorded in London, 26th Jan 1934)
F7; CAR-2554-1 (Recorded in London, 10th Feb 1934)
F8; CA-14514-1 (Recorded in London, 25th May 1934)
LP 4:
G1; CA-14554-1 (Recorded in London 15th June 1934)
G2; CA-14655-1 (Recorded in London 6th September 1934)
G3; CAR-2986-2 (Recorded in London 1st November 1934)
G4; CAR-2994-1 (Recorded in London 3rd November 1934)
G5; OEA-706-2 (Recorded in London 11th December 1934)
G6; CA-14830-1 (Recorded in London 18th December 1934)
G7; OEA-951-1 (Recorded in London 20th December 1934)
G8; CE-6772-1 (Recorded in London 2nd January 1935 - Mayfair Hotel)
H1; CE-6773-1 (Recorded in London 2nd January 1935 - Mayfair Hotel)
H2; CAR-3191-1 (Recorded in London 26th January 1935)
H3; OEA-1940-1 (Recorded in London 15th July 1935)
H4; CE-7068-2 (Recorded in London 17th July 1935)
H5; OEA-1954-1 (Recorded in London 14th Aug 1935 - Dorchester Hotel)
H6; CA-15386-1 (Recorded in London 28th October 1935)
H7; CE-7387-1 (Recorded in London 9th January 1936)
H8; CA-15543-1 (Recorded in London 15th January 1936)
LP 5:
I1; CE-7439-1 (Recorded in London 5th Feb 1936)
I2; CA-15634-1 (Recorded 19th Feb 1936 - Palais De Danse, Hammersmith, London)
I3; CE-7505-1 (Recorded 10th March 1936 - San Marco & Florida Club, London)
I4; OEA-3816-1 (Recorded in London 26th June 1936)
I5; CAR-4148-1 (Recorded in London 27th August 1936)
I6; CAR-4349-1 (Recorded 5th December 1936 - Holborn Restaurant, London)
I7; Ca-16282-1 (Recorded in London 9th March 1937)
I8; CE-8298-3 (Recorded in London 21st April 1937)
J1; OEA-4789-1 (Recorded in London 10th May 1937)
J2; OEA-5027-1 (Recorded in 14th June 1937 - Mayfair Hotel, London
J3; OEA-5277-1 (Recorded in London 28th June 1937 from Gleneagles Hotel
J4; CA-16711-1 (Recorded in London 16th November 1937)
J5; CA-16730-1 (Recorded in London 3rd December 1937)
J6; CAR-4813-1 (Recorded in London 18th December 1937)
J7; OEA-6232-1 (Recorded in London 12th February 1938)
J8; OEA-6420-1 (Recorded in London 7th March 1938 - Lansdowne Restaurant)
LP 6:
K1; CE-9035-1 (Recorded in London 28th March 1938)
K2; CE-9052-1 (Recorded in London 6th April 1938 - Astoria Ballroom, London)
K3; OEA-6289-1 (Recorded in London 8th April 1938)
K4; OEA-6321-1 (Recorded in London 14th May 1938)
K5; CA-17167-1 (Recorded in London 2nd November 1938)
K6; OEA-7073-1 (Recorded in London 11th November 1938)
K7; CE-9473-1 (Recorded in London 8th December 1938)
K8; CE-9523-1 (Recorded in London 6th January 1939)
L1; CA-17316-1 (Recorded in London 2nd February 1939)
L2; CA-17345-1 (Recorded in London 8th February 1939)
L3; CE-9694-1 (Recorded in London 31st March 1939)
L4; OEA-7714-1 (Recorded in London 11th April 1939)
L5; CAR-5421-1 (Recorded in London 5th June 1939)
L6; CE-9937-1 (Recorded in London 3rd July 1939 - Quaglino's Restaurant)
L7; CAR-5470-1 (Recorded in London 5th July 1939)
L8; CE-10037-1 (Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington)
Also see: LP No 6; Category SH 366
LP 7:
M1; Bb-3036-1 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK, 1st June 1923)
M2; Bb-3039-3 (Recorded in Hayes, Middlesex, UK, 21st July 1923)
M3; WA-2789-1 (Recorded in London 28th Jan 1926)
M4; WA-6860-2 (Recorded in London 26th Jan 1928)
M5; WA-6905-2 (Recorded in London 3rd Feb 1928)
M6; WA-10969-1 (Recorded in London 11th Dec 1930)
M7; WA-10971-1 (Recorded in London 11th Dec 1930)
M8; 152380-2 (Recorded in New York, USA 24th Feb 1933)
N1; 152381-2 (Recorded in New York, USA 24th Feb 1933)
N2; 265116-1 (Recorded in New York, USA 8th May 1933)
N3; 265123-2 (Recorded in New York, USA 29th May 1933)
N4; 96537-1 (Recorded in Chicago, USA 2nd Jan 1936)
N5; 96538-1 (Recorded in Chicago, USA 2nd Jan 1936)
N6; 96539-1 (Recorded in Chicago, USA 2nd Jan 1936)
N7; 96540-1 (Recorded in Chicago, USA 2nd Jan 1936)
N8; 60974-A (Recorded in New York, USA 3rd April 1936)
LP 8:
O1; SH166 (Recorded at Savoy Hotel, London)
O2; SH127
O3; SH165 (Recorded at Savoy Hotel, London)
O4; SHB 30
O5; SH 143
O6; SHB 21 (Recorded at Mayfair Hotel, London)
O7; SH172
O8; SH210 (Recorded at Dorchester Hotel, London)
P1; SH119
P2; SH187 (Recorded at Mayfair Hotel, London)
P3; SH118
P4; SH141
P5; SH168
P6; SH225
P7; SHB 33
P8; SH 219

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Cat. No. disc 1): SM321
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 2): SM322
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 3): SM323
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 4): SM324
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 5): SM325
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 6): SM326
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 7): SM327
  • Other (Cat. No. disc 8): SMF328
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, stamped): W 9757-2 RR 1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, stamped): W 9758-1 RP 1
  • Matrix / Runout (C side runout, stamped): W 9759-1 RT
  • Matrix / Runout (D side runout, stamped): W 9760-2 RA 2
  • Matrix / Runout (E side runout, stamped): W 9761-1 AG 2
  • Matrix / Runout (F side runout, stamped): W 9762-1 AD 4
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CSM321/2/3/4/5/6/7, CSMF328 Various The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands ‎(7xCass, Comp, Mono, RM + Cass, Comp, Mono, RM, Smp) World Records , World Records CSM321/2/3/4/5/6/7, CSMF328 UK 1975
SH 365 Various The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands 1936-1938 ‎(LP, Comp) World Records SH 365 UK Unknown


Many famous British dance bands recorded for Decca and were prolific in their output. Decca also featured provincial dance bands such as Bill Airey-Smith and his Orchestra, the output of which was not numerous. This band were based at "The Spider's Web" in Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire. Decca only issued four records by this drummer/vocalist turned bandleader in 1935. This is one of two Decca records. The other two were issued on their "B" label, Panachord "Georgia on my mind" the band really excel.

Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra. Lew Stone & His Band. Maurice Winnick And His Orchestra. Ray Noble & His Orchestra. Roy Fox and His Orchestra. Tracks count: 16. Views: 5. The Rhythmic Eight - She's a Great, Great Girl 02:38. Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra - Happy Days Are Here Again 02:59. Ray Noble & His Orchestra, Al Bowlly - You Ought to See Sally on Sunday 02:44.

1. The Carioca - Geraldo's Gaucho Tango Orchestra. 2. Deep Forest - The New Music Of Reginald Foresythe. What A Little Moonlight Can Do - The Gaumont British Dance Band. 5. June In January - Teddy Joyce & His Orchestra. 6. Buchanan Stomp - Harry Perritt & His Orchestra.

British dance band is a genre of popular jazz and dance music that developed in British dance halls and hotel ballrooms during the 1920s and 1930s, often called a Golden Age of British music prior to the Second World War. Thousands of miles away from the origins of jazz in the United States, British dance bands of this era typically played melodic, good-time music that had jazz and big band influences but also maintained a peculiarly British sense of rhythm and style which came from the music hall.

Goes My Heart, Tina and 14 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Roy Medley (Part 1) Introducing: Bugle Call Rag, Twelfth Street Rag, Tiger Rag. Pop!

Various Artists - The Great British Dance Bands & Their Vocalists. Title:Various Artists - The Great British Dance Bands & Their Vocalists. Artist:Various Artists Various Artists - British Dance Bands, Vol. 3 - Various Artists CD 1EVG The The. £. 3. The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands - 2x Vinyl LP SH118/9 Swing Jazz Record. Complete with FINE Jewel Case. IH598) The Great British Dance Bands, Disc 3 only, 25 tracks - 1998 CD. 9.

The Golden Age of Detective Fiction was an era of classic murder mystery novels of similar patterns and styles, predominantly in the 1920s and 1930s. The Golden Age proper is in practice usually taken to refer to a type of fiction which was predominant in the 1920s and 1930s but had been written since at least 1911 and is still being written-though much less-today

Comments:

Asher
A monster collection of dance band recordings on 8 LPs, stretching from around 1925 to 1939. Lovingly remastered from 78s and archived material, sourced from EMI vaults and collectors. Each LP, with sequentially-numbered sleeves, covers a particular era in the emergence of this music. There's a reasonably exhaustive 6-page guide inside the heavyweight card box, giving a who's-who on the performers. A whole wealth of bands, who provided some classic hits over the BBC airwaves during the War, along with putting on the style in hotels & dance halls in the UK and abroad during the Dance Band Years.I've seen some of the contents of this set, possibly from broken boxes, sold separately - which is a shame. Whilst it may not be a 'milestone' to avid collectors, this set offers a great and very complete entry to those wishing to know more about the origins of the dance band craze. It certainly shed some light on the Era for me, so I'll orchestrate it five stars...

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