William Joseph Hill
Billy Hill (born July 14, 1899, Boston, Massachusetts, USA – died December 24, 1940, Boston, Massachusetts, USA) was an American songwriter, violinist, and pianist. Originally credited under the pseudonym of George Brown (5), allegedly because he didn't want his name reversed to 'Hill Billy'. Best known work is "The Glory Of Love" recorded by Benny Goodman in 1936.
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|CD-971||Various||The Last Round Up Various - Carousel Of American Music - The Fabled 24 September 1940 San Francisco Concerts (4xCD, Album)||Music & Arts||CD-971||US||1997||Sell This Version|
|795A||Various||Too Much Month At The End Of The Money Various - Hitdisc 795A (CD, Comp)||Century 21 Programming Inc.||795A||US||1989||Sell This Version|
|893-11||Various, Bob Kingsley||Too Much Month At The End Of The Money Various, Bob Kingsley - American Country Countdown (4xLP, Album, Comp, Transcription)||ABC Watermark||893-11||US||1989||Sell This Version|
|SPI 18||France Pommery, Jean-Louis Tristan||Les demones Loulou/LA CHAPPELLES AU CLAIR DE LUNE France Pommery, Jean-Louis Tristan - VIVE LA CHANSON FRANCAISE ! (12", Comp)||S.P.I. Milan||SPI 18||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|