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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: The Golden Age Of Irving Berlin
  • Genre: Jazz / Pop
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Various - The Golden Age Of Irving Berlin download album

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Tracklist

A1 Ambrose And His Orchestra* Me
A2 Ambrose And His Orchestra* Say It Isn't So
A3 The Blue Lyres How Deep Is The Ocean?
A4 The BBC Dance Orchestra Directed By Henry Hall Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much
A5 Billy Cotton And His Band Heat Wave
A6 The BBC Dance Orchestra Directed By Henry Hall Easter Parade
A7 Harry Roy And His Orchestra The Piccolino
A8 Lew Stone And His Band Cheek To Cheek
B1 Lew Stone And His Band Isn't It A Lovely Day?
B2 Harry Roy And His Orchestra Let Yourself Go
B3 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Orpheans Let's Face The Music And Dance
B4 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Orpheans On The Avenue - Selection Part 1
B5 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Orpheans On The Avenue - Selection Part 2
B6 Joe Loss And His Band Alexander's Ragtime Band
B7 Jack Hylton And His Orchestra I Use To Be Colour Blind
B8 Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy Orpheans Change Partners

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – EMI Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Original Sound Records
  • Distributed By – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Irving Berlin (England) Music
  • Published By – B. Feldman & Co. Ltd.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Bill Rogers (tracks: A3), Harry Hayes (tracks: B2), Joe Arbiter (tracks: A7, B2)
  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Eddie Cromar (tracks: A4), Ernie Ritte* (tracks: A8, B1), Mick Burberry (tracks: A5)
  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Danny Miller (tracks: B6), Eddie Cromar (tracks: A8, B1), Eddie Pratt (tracks: B6), Eric Siday (tracks: B4, B5, B8), George Melachrino (tracks: B3), Laurie Payne (tracks: B3), Reg Leopold
  • Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Billy Amstell (tracks: A1, A2), Burton Gillis (tracks: A4, A6), Edgar Bracewell (tracks: A5), Frank Kenyon (tracks: A5), Freddy Williams (tracks: A4, A6), Harry Roy (tracks: A7, B2), Jack Halsall (tracks: A6), Joe Crossman (tracks: A1, A2, A8, B1), Nat Temple (tracks: A7, B2), Peter Rush (tracks: A3)
  • Arranged By – Bert Read (tracks: A6), Billy Ternent (tracks: B7), Harry Kahn (tracks: B6), Phil Cardew (tracks: A4)
  • Banjo, Guitar – Joe Brannelly
  • Baritone Saxophone – George Melachrino (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Joe Crossman (tracks: A8, B1), Laurie Payne (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8)
  • Composed By – Irving Berlin
  • Directed By – Bert Ambrose (tracks: A1, A2), Billy Cotton (tracks: A5), Carroll Gibbons (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Charlie Price (tracks: A3), Harry Roy (tracks: A7, B2), Henry Hall (tracks: A4, A6), Jack Hylton (tracks: B7), Joe Loss (tracks: B6), Lew Stone (tracks: A8, B1)
  • Double Bass [String Bass] – Arthur Calkin (tracks: A7, B2), Dave Axford (tracks: A3), Dick Escott (tracks: A1, A2), Jack Evetts (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Joe White (tracks: A5), Reg Richmond (tracks: B6), Theo Farrar (tracks: A4, A6), Tiny Winters (tracks: A8. B1)
  • Double Bass [String Bass], Vocals – Bruce Trent (tracks: B7)
  • Drums – Arthur Baker (tracks: A3), Barry Wicks (tracks: A8, B1), Jock Greenwood (tracks: B6), Joe Daniels (tracks: A7, B2), Len Bermon (tracks: A4, A6), Lew Stevenson (tracks: B7), Maurice Zafer (tracks: A3), Max Abrams (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Max Bacon
  • Guitar – Al Thomas (tracks: B7), Archie Slavin (tracks: A8, B1), Bert Thomas (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Bill Tringham (tracks: A3), George Dickinson* (tracks: A4, A6), Harry Pike (tracks: B6), Les Casey (tracks: A5), Tommy Venn (tracks: A7, B2), Ulrich Neumann* (tracks: B7)
  • Liner Notes – Brian Rust
  • Mastered By – HTM*
  • Piano – Bert Read (tracks: A1, A2, A6), Billy Hill (tracks: B7), Carroll Gibbons (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Clem Bernard (tracks: A5), Dave Kaye (tracks: A7), Eric Walker (tracks: A3), Harry Howard (tracks: A3), Harry Kahn (tracks: B5), Ivor Moreton (tracks: A7), Jack Phillips (tracks: A4), Monia Liter (tracks: A8, B1), Norman White* (tracks: B2), Stanley Black (tracks: B2)
  • Piano [2nd] – Ian Stewart (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8)
  • Piano Accordion – Harry Howard (tracks: A3)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Alf Zafer (tracks: A3), Billy Amstell (tracks: A1, A2), Billy Ternent (tracks: B7), Don Barrigo (tracks: A8, B1), Harry Berly (tracks: A8, B1), Harry Goss (tracks: A7, B2), Jack Halsall (tracks: A4), Reg Brewster (tracks: B6)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Benny Daniels (tracks: B7), Frank Barnes (tracks: A5), Leslie Gilbert (tracks: B7)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Joe Jeanette (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Trombone – Bill Boland (tracks: B6), Bill Mulraney (tracks: A4, A6, A8, B1), Dick Boothroyd (tracks: A7, B2), Ellis Jackson (tracks: A5), Eric Tann (tracks: A4, A6), Jack Bentley (tracks: B7), Jack Collins (tracks: A7, B2), Joe Ferrie (tracks: A8, B1), Paul Fenoulhet (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Sam Acres (tracks: B3), Ted Heath (tracks: A1, A2), Tommy Ward (tracks: A5), Tony Thorpe (tracks: A3), Woolf Phillips (tracks: B7)
  • Trumpet – Alfie Noakes (tracks: A8, B1), Andy Hopkins (tracks: A6), Arthur Williams (tracks: A4, A6), Bert Wilton (tracks: A7, B2), Bill Burton (tracks: B6), Bill (Lloyd) Shakespeare* (tracks: B3), Billy Higgins (tracks: B3), Bruts Gonella (tracks: A5), Charlie Price (tracks: A3), Clem Stevens (tracks: B6), Eddie Fearn (tracks: A5), Frenchy Sartell (tracks: B4, B5, B8), Harry Letham (tracks: B6), Harry Owen (tracks: A1, A2), Jack Wayne (tracks: A3), Max Goldberg (tracks: A1, A2), Paul Fenoulhet (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8), Sid Buckman (tracks: B7), Stanley Howard (tracks: B7), Teddy Foster (tracks: A5), Teddy Jepson (tracks: B4, B5, B8), Tom Porter , Tommy McQuater (tracks: A8, B1)
  • Viola – Don Barrigo (tracks: A8, B1), Harry Berly (tracks: A8, B1)
  • Violin – Andre Budegary (tracks: B7), Cyril Hellier (tracks: A4, A6), Ernie Lewis (tracks: A1, A2), Eugene Pini (tracks: B3 to B6, B8), Joseph Hitchenor* (tracks: A4, A6), Laurie Johnson (tracks: A5), Les Maddox (tracks: B7), Maurice Sterndale (tracks: A7, B2), Peter Rush (tracks: A1, A2, A3), Reg Cole (tracks: B7), Teddy Sinclair (tracks: A1, A2), Unknown Artist (tracks: B6), Unknown Artist (tracks: B6)
  • Vocals – Alan Breeze (tracks: A5), Bill Currie (tracks: A7, B1), Charlie Price (tracks: A3), Chick Henderson (tracks: B6), Dan Donovan (tracks: A6), Harry Roy (tracks: A7), Les Allen (tracks: A4), Sam Browne (tracks: A1, A2, A8, B1)
  • Vocals [maybe] – George Melachrino (tracks: B3, B4, B5, B8)

Notes

A1 Small Queens Hall, London, September 16, 1931
A2 Kingsway Hall, London, October 14, 1932
A3 London, December 1, 1932
A4 London, 28 March 1933
A5 London, September 9, 1934
A6 London, February 12, 1935
A7 London, October 9, 1935
A8 London, October 12, 1935

B1 London, October 12, 1935
B2 London, March 23 1936
B3 London, Aptil 4, 1936
B4 London, June 3, 1937
B5 London, July 12, 1937
B6 London, October 1, 1938
B7 Epire Theatre, November 10, 1958
B8 London, October 27, 1938

published by
A1 to A4 B Feldman & Co Ltd.
A5 to B8 Irving Berlin (England) Music/Chapell Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099941 251812
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side A): 4125181 A-1-1-1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side B): 4125181 B-1-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout, side A): HTM


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