|A1||Lehullott A Rezgő Nyárfa (The Leaves Of The Aspen Have Fallen)|
|A2||Elmegyek Ablakod Előtt (I Pass Before Your Window)|
|A3||Cserfaerdő Újra Zöldül (The Oak Forest Turns Green Again)|
|A4||Szomszédasszony, Szomszédasszony (Neighbour Women, Neighbour Women) - Ha Megehülök Kinyitom A Bicskámat (When I Get Hungry I Open My Penknife)|
|A5||Száz Szál Piros Rózsát (A Hundred Red Roses)|
|A7||Nem Tudom Én Mit Vétettem (I Don't Know What I Did Wrong)|
|A8||Árad A Duna Vize (The Danube Waters Rise)|
|B1||Esik Eső Hegyen, Völgyön (It Rains Over Hill And Dale)|
|B2||Ha Az Enyém Volnál (If You Were Mine)|
|B3||Hogyha Ír Majd Édesanyám (When You Write To Me, Mother)|
|B4||Badacsonyi Kéknyelűt (Badacsony Kéknyelű Wine)|
|B5||Ütött-Kopott Öreg Csárda (Tumbledown Old Inn)|
|B6||Kiballagok A Vasúthoz (I Trudge Out To The Railway)|
|B7||Nem Való Bokréta, Gyűrött Süveg Mellé (A Bouquet Does Not Suit A Crumpled Cap)|
|B8||A Cigányok Sátora (The Gypsies' Tent)|
- Backing Band – Béla Berkes Jr. And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: A1, B1, B2), Gyula Kócze And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: A8, B5, B6), Imre Magyari And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: A2, A3, A7), Antal Kóczé And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: B3), Marci Banda And His Gipsy Band (tracks: A4, A5), Kálmán Olah And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: B4, B7, B8), Lajos Veres And His Gipsy Band* (tracks: A6)
- Edited By – Leszler József
- Graphics – Sándor Sajnovits
- Vocals – László Imre (2)
Imre László, a popular singer of the period between the two world wars, was born in 1896, in Csongrád. He studied dramatic art simultaneously taking singing lessons. Following graduation he joined the Pécs Theatre where he played juvenile leads for three years. Later he went to music-hall where he mainly performed chansons.
László started to sing professionaly Hugnarian popular songs in 1926, and soon became a favourite of radio listeners and audiences. It was in this period that he began to write songs. His best known song, "Hundred Red Roses" was published in 1928. Within a few years Imre László had become well known as a composer too. He had several composer's night at the "Vigadó" Concert Hall and at the Academy of Music. Record companies made regular recordings with him and many old songs have become popular through his performances and recordings. After the war Imre László continued to travel throughout the country and give performances wherever possible. He maintained his links with the audience virtually till the last minute of his life.
He died suddenly on January 1, 1975, in Budapest.
The songs on this record are selected from archive recordings made between 1928 and 1948.