Various ‎– The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands

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World Records (6) ‎– CSM321/2/3/4/5/6/7, World Records (6) ‎– CSMF328
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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 (2)Trumpet – Alfie Noakes (2)Tuba [Brass Bass] – Ron GarrisonVocals, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Hal Swain, Les AllenWritten-By – Woods*
A2 Savoy Havana Band Everybody Stomp
Banjo – Dave Thomas (11)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs (3), 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 (8)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 (2)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 (9)Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Featherstonhaugh*Drums – Max Bacon (3)Leader – Ronnie MunroTrombone – Lew DavisTrumpet – Jack JacksonVocals – Robert English (6)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 (2)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 (9)Directed By, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Al StaritaDrums – Eric Little (2)Leader – Jack HyltonPiano – Sid BrightTrombone – Ted HeathTrumpet – Edwin Knight, Tom Smith (18)Tuba [Brass Bass] – Alfred FieldsWritten-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 FlemmingTrumpet – 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 (10)Trumpet – Andy Richardson (5), 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 (11)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs (3), Van PhillipsDirected By – Debroy SomersDrums – Laurie HuntingtonPiano – Harry Howard (2)Trombone – Tony Thorpe (3)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 HallTrumpet – Andy Richardson (5), 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 (2) Kiss And Make Up
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith (9)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 (3)Drums – Bernard MillerPiano – Peter Yorke (2)Tenor Saxophone – Ken Warner, Pat WhelanTrombone – Bill MorleyTrumpet – Freddy Pitt, Harry WildeTuba [Brass Bass] – Evans*Written-By – Ellis*
C5 Arthur Rosebery And His Kit-Kat 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 (10)Trumpet – Andy Richardson (5), 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 (2)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Oboe – Frank Johnson (5)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin – William Taylor (7)Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Roberts (19)Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Violin – Bob EassonDrums – Bob Manning (5)Leader – Jack PaynePiano – Bob Busby*Trombone, Baritone Saxophone – Jesse Fuller (2)Trumpet – Frank Wilson (4), Harry Mills (2)Tuba [Brass Bass] – Julius NussbaumViola – Bert PowellViolin – B. Clark (8), Les ThomasVocals – Bob Manning (5), Jack Payne, Bob Busby*Written-By – Green*, Stept*
D1 Arthur Rosebery And His Kit-Kat 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 (2) You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You?
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith (9)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 (2)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 (2)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 (3)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 (3)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 (2)Piano – Harry Jacobson (2)Tenor Saxophone – Bob Wise, Harry HinesTrombone – Tony Thorpe (3)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
Holiday Hits (Introducing):
E1a The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra Miss Elizabeth Brown
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Gilbert*, Gay*
E1b The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra Sil'vry Rio Grande: River Stay Away From My Door
Directed By – Ray NobleVocals – Al BowllyWritten-By – Woods*, Dixon*
E1c The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra Oh Rosalita
Directed By – Ray NobleWritten-By – Llossas*
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E2 Jack Payne And His BBC Dance Orchestra Down Sunnyside Lane
Brass, Double Bass [String Bass] – Bert GrovesClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Oboe – Frank Johnson (5)Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Roberts (19)Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Bob Easson, William Taylor (7)Drums – Bob Manning (5)Leader – Jack PaynePiano – Bob Busby*Trombone – Ben Oakley, Jesse Fuller (2)Trumpet – Jack Jackson, Tommy Anderson (3)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 (2)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 (7)Tenor Saxophone – Eric LindenTrombone – Tony Thorpe (3)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 (3)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 Phillip Brown's Grosvenor Band Mean Music
Leader – Philip Brown (5)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 (2)Brass [Brass Bass] – Joe Lawlor (2)Cello – Vernon MayallClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Billy Davies, Brian WicksDrums, Vibraphone – Tommy BladesLeader – Debroy SomersOboe, Cor Anglais – Bob SomersPiano – Arthur SandfordTenor Saxophone – Dan Donovan (2), Tommy NevinsonTrombone – Percy HarperTrumpet – Jimmy Wornell, Vernon MayallViolin – Benny LobanVocals – Dan Donovan (2)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 (3)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 (3)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 CarrollTrombone – Bill Mulraney, Eric TannTrumpet – Arthur Williams (12), Frank Wilson (4)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 (7)Drums – Arthur Baker (3)Drums, Vocals – Alan BreezeGuitar – Les CaseyLeader – Billy CottonPiano – Clem BernardTrombone – Ellis Jackson, Tommy WardTrumpet – Bruts Gonella, Eddie Fearn, Teddy FosterViolin – Laurie Johnson (3), 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 (9)Double Bass [String Bass] – Jack EvettsDrums – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Harry ShermanLeader, Piano – Carroll GibbonsPiano [2Nd Piano] – Sid BrightTrombone – Sam Acres (2)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 (6), Cyril GranthamClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Violin – Michael KreinClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jim Shankland*Double Bass [String Bass] – George Kirby (3)Drums – Alec UreGuitar – Bill TringhamLeader – Geraldo (3)Piano – Sid BrightViolin – Harry ThompsonWritten-By – Eliscu*, Kahn*, Youmans*
G2 The New Music Of Reginald Foresythe Deep Forest
Alto Saxophone – Ivor Lambe, Jimmy Watson (2)Clarinet – George Newman, Ted Marshall, W. C. HardingDouble Bass [String Bass] – Joe GibsonDrums – 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 (2), 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 (16)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bernie BromwickClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Dave Roberts (19), 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 (21), Jimmy MacafferViolin – Carl Tauber, Harry Phillips (4), 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*
Roy Medley (Part 1) Introducing:
G8a Harry Roy And His Orchestra Bugle Call Rag
Alto Saxophone – Joe ArbiterClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry Roy, Nat TempleDouble Bass [String Bass] – Arthur CalkinDrums – Joe Daniels (4)Guitar – Tommy VennLeader, Vocals – Harry RoyPiano – Dave Kaye (3), Ivor MoretonTenor Saxophone – Harry GossTrombone – Dick Boothroyd, Jack CollinsTrumpet – Bert Wilton, Tom PorterViolin – Maurice SterndaleWritten-By – Schoebel*, Mills*, Pettis*
G8b Harry Roy And His Orchestra Twelfth Street Rag
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Bowman*
G8c Harry Roy And His Orchestra Tiger Rag
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – LaRocca*, Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Roy Medley (Part 2) Introducing:
H1a Harry Roy And His Orchestra Somebody Stole My Girl
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Woods*
H1b Harry Roy And His Orchestra Nobody's Sweetheart
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Meyers*, Schoebel*, Erdman*, Kahn*
H1c Harry Roy And His Orchestra Chinatown My Chinatown
Leader, Vocals, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Harry RoyWritten-By – Schwartz*
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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 (2), 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 (2)Leader – Jack HyltonPiano – Alec Templeton, Billy MunnTrombone – Eric Breeze, Les CarewTrumpet – George Swift, Jack Raine, Philippe BrunViolin – Dick Willows, Eddie Hooper (2), 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 (4)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 (3)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 (9)Double Bass [String Bass] – Jack EvettsDrums – Mick AbramsGuitar – Bert Thomas (2)Leader, Piano – Carroll GibbonsPiano [2Nd Piano] – Ian Stewart (7)Trombone – Arthur Fenoulhet, Paul Fenoulhet, Sam Acres (2)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 – Schwartz, Dietz*
H8 Harry Leader And His Band My Sweetie Went Away
Alto Saxophone – Harry Leader, Harry Smith (6)Bass – Tommy BromleyDrums – Harry JimickGuitar – Arthur SlavinLeader, Alto Saxophone – Harry LeaderPiano – Norrie ParamorTenor Saxophone, Violin – Oscar GrassoTrombone – George ChisholmTrumpet – Billy Farrell (2), 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 (2)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 (4)Drums – Len JenningsGuitar – Arthur Baker (2)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 (2), Sid BuckmanViolin – Harry BalenVocals – Denny DennisWritten-By – Berlin*
I5 Billy Cotton And His Band Free
Baritone Saxophone – Harry Hunter (2)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Edgar Bracewell, Frank KenyonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Stan QuiddingtonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Joe White (7)Drums – Arthur Baker (3)Guitar – Les CaseyLeader – Billy CottonPiano – Clem BernardTrombone – Ellis JacksonTrumpet – Bruts Gonella, Eddie Fearn, Jack Doyle (5)Violin – Laurie Johnson (3), 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 (3), Les Williams, Manny WinterDouble Bass [String Bass] – Bob Roberts (12)Drums – Harry LandauGuitar – Bert FleetLeader, Cello – Bram MartinPiano – Tommy BentonTrombone – Ted Taylor (6)Trumpet – Bert Haggerty, Paddy Harlow, Stan RoderickViolin – Albert MoromiVocals – The Three Bells (2)Written-By – Friend*, Franklin*
I7 Bram Martin's Borderliners West End Blues
Clarinet – Benny BromwickDouble Bass [String Bass] – Bob Roberts (12)Drums – Harry LandauGuitar – Bert FleetLeader – Bram MartinPiano – Tommy BentonTenor Saxophone – Harry Lewis (3)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 Elliot*Harp – Harry Chapman (2)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 (9), Paul FreedmanClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Doug KempDouble Bass [String Bass] – Nigel HillDrums – 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 (2)Piano – Alf FranksTenor Saxophone – Dave Green (16)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 (3)Double Bass [String Bass] – Sam MolyneuxDrums – Sid BartleGuitar – Andy Gray (7)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 (3)Piano – Bert WhittamTrumpet – Sid FearnViolin – Jimmy Doyle (3), Jimmy Kennedy (6), 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 (3)Trumpet – Jack Greaves, Ken GaraghamVocals – Bobby Farrell (2)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 (2)Piano – Bob Davis (15)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 (6)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 (4), Tony MorrisClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jay White (4)Double Bass [String Bass] – Harry RutlandDrums – Tom WhiteLeader – Jack White (4)Piano – George Johnson (12)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 (2)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy Williams, Harry KarrClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Harry Smith (6)Double Bass [String Bass] – Dick BallDrums – Alfred GrayFlute – Harry KarrGuitar – Cyril Holiday, Joe BrannellyLeader – Jack Harris (3)Piano – Bert Read, Jack PennTrombone – Don Binney, Lew DavisTrumpet – Alfie Noakes (2), 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 (6)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 (2)Trumpet – Les Lambert (2), Sid BuckmanVocals – Mary Lee (6)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 (18)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 (6), Cyril GranthamClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Michael KreinClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy ShanklandLeader – Geraldo (7)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 CarrollTenor 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 (4)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 (3)Drums – Bert AbelFlute – Mickey SalmonsLeader – Hugo RignoldPiano – Sid HenryPiccolo Flute [Piccola], Flute, Saxophone [Alto & Baritone] – Cyril HogarthTenor Saxophone – Buddy Featherstonhaugh*Trombone – Bruce Campbell, Joe CordellTrumpet – Arthur Verrey, Jock Underwood, Tim Casey (5)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 (3)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 (4)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 (3)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 (8), Eddie PrattDouble Bass [String Bass] – Reg RichmondDrums – Jock GreenwoodGuitar – Harry PikeLeader – Joe LossPiano – Harry KahnTenor Saxophone – Mickey Lewis (2), 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 (5)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 (2)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 (2)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 (2)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 (4), Sammy DiehlDouble Bass [String Bass] – Harry PatentDrums – Frank FriselleGuitar – Charles Peterson (3)Leader – Rudy ValleePiano – Al Evans (3), Cliff BurwellTenor Saxophone – Joe Miller (13)Trombone – Hal MatthewsTrumpet – Don Moore (3), 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 (5)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 (5)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 (14)Arranged By – Mary Lou WilliamsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – John HarringtonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Booker CollinsDrums – Ben ThigpenGuitar – Ted Brinson (2)Leader – Andy KirkPiano – Mary Lou WilliamsTenor Saxophone – Dick WilsonTrombone – Henry Wells, Ted Donnelley*Trumpet – Earl Thomson*, Harry Lawson, Paul King (4)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 (3)Written-By – Phillips*

Credits

Notes

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

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

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;
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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: <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1202963">LP No 6; cat# SH 366</a>
Cassette 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)
Cassette 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

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SM321/2/3/4/5/6/7, SMF328 Various The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands(7xLP, Comp, Mono, Club, RM + LP, Comp, Mono, Club,) World Records (6), World Records (6) SM321/2/3/4/5/6/7, SMF328 UK 1975 Sell This Version
SH 365 Various The Golden Age Of British Dance Bands 1936-1938(LP, Comp) World Records (6) SH 365 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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