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Popular British dance bands of the 1920’s and 1930’s era.

Track 1 – Jack Payne & His BBC Dance Orchestra – Excuse Me Lady – recorded 6/27/1929

Track 2 – New Mayfair Dance Orchestra – Good Little Bad Little You – vocal by Eddie Brandt – recorded 2/19/1929

Track 3 – Debroy Somers Band – The Blue Train – recorded 5/18/1927

Track 4 – The Rhythmics (Nat Star) Outside – vocal Cavan O’Connor – recorded 7/12/1929

Track 5 – Ray Starita & His Ambassadors Band – You’re The Cream In My Coffee – vocal by Betty Bolton – recorded 5/4/1929

Track 6 – Bert Firman’s Dance Orchestra – Because I Love You – recorded 1/17/1927

Track 7 – Piccadilly Players – You Wouldn’t Fool Me Would You – vocal by Eddie Collis – recorded 8/23/1929

Track 8 – George Fisher’s Kit Kat Dance Band – Down By The Front Door Gate – recorded 10/22/1928

Track 9 – The Blue Jays (Harry Hudson) – By The Bend Of The River – vocal by Sam Browne – recorded 5/19/1930

Track 10 – Manhattan Melody Makers (Harry Bidgood) – I Found You – vocal by Cavan O’Connor – recorded 7/15/1931


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