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With vocal refrains by the singers of the Great British Dance Bands.

With vocal refrains by the singers of the Great British Dance Bands.
Richmond, Surrey [England] : World Records, [1979?]

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Additional Authors
  • Stedeford, Marjorie
  • Henderson, Chick
  • Logan, Ella, 1913-1969
  • Donovan, Dan
  • Lynn, Vera
  • Mallin, Bob
  • Carless, Dorothy
  • Rosin, Val
  • Costa, Sam
  • Dell, Peggy
  • Fitzgerald, Gerard
  • Young, Arthur
  • Croom-Johnson, Austin, -1964
  • Day, Frank
  • Orlando and his Orchestra, performer.
  • Swing Stars, performer.
1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in.
Series Statement
Retrospect series
Uniform Title
Retrospect series.
Alternative Title
  • Singers of the Great British Dance Bands
  • Voices of Great British Dance Bands
  • Title from slipcase. Added title on record: Voices of Great Britsh dance bands.
  • Program notes by Brian Rust on container -- 1979.
  • Playable on Mono & Stereo equipment -- cover.
Let\u0027s call a heart a heart (Marjorie Stedeford with orchestra) -- Greatest mistake of my life (Chick Henderson with accordeon and piano) -- Bottoms up (Ella Logan with Arthur Young and Austen Croom-Johnson) -- You go to my head (Dan Donovan with Frank Day) -- Mine alone (Vera Lynn with Orlando and his orchestra) -- Gee Gee (Bob Mallin) -- You must have been a beautiful baby (Dorothy Carless and Sam Costa) -- I\u0027ll see you in my dreams (Val Rosing and his Swing Stars) -- I can\u0027t give you anything but love (Val Rosing and his swing stars) -- Bigger and better than ever (Ella Logan with Aurthur Young and Austen Croom-johnson) -- Broken Record (Sam Costa with orchestra) -- I\u0027ve got you under my skin (Marjorie Stedeford with orchestra) -- On the sentimental side (Dan Donovan with Frank Day) -- Did your Mother come from Ireland (Peggy Dell with orchestra) -- With Ev\u0027ry Breath I take (Gerry Fitzgerald with orchestra) -- Here comes the sandman (Vera Lynn with Orlando and his orchestra).
  • ocm48572817
  • 48572817
  • SCSB-5700320
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