Carroll Gibbons – Complete Piano Discography

Written and prepared by Terry Brown

In an earlier article, I prepared a listing of all Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends sides in a fairly extensive discography.

I have now added to this list in date order, all his piano solos, piano duets and piano accompaniments for other artists making this the most comprehensive listing of Carroll Gibbons piano sides yet produced.

Please note this Discography DOES NOT cover Carroll Gibbons dance band sides for which Gibbons was either leader or a musician, other than where he is identified as a soloist on the label. It now includes his piano accompaniments to other artists, as well as his piano duets and of course all his solos.

NOTES:

This Discography DOES NOT cover Carroll Gibbons dance band sides for which Gibbons was either leader or a musician, other than where he is identified as a soloist on the label. It now includes his piano accompaniments to other artists, as well as his piano duets and of course all his solos.


KEY: ⦿ 78rpm Electric

London c. May 1925 – Carroll Gibbons & Arthur Young (Piano duets)

  • ⦿ 03965 – Lucky Kentucky – Vocalion X9592
  • ⦿ 03966 – Alabamy Bound – Vocalion X9592

London c. July 1925 – Carroll Gibbons & Arthur Young (Piano duets)

  • ⦿ 04014 – Shanghai Shuffle – Vocalion X9614
  • ⦿ 04015 – Charleston – Vocalion X9614
  • ⦿ 04016 – Just Hot – Vocalion X9634
  • ⦿ 04017 – I’ve got a Little Bungalow – Vocalion X9634

London 5 November 1925 – Howard Jacobs (Saxophone solo with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb7189-2 – Chaconne Op.62 (Durand) – HMV B2302
  • ⦿ Bb7190-5 – Berceuse de Jocelyn (Godard) – HMV B2302

London 11 November 1925 – Melville Gideon (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb7239-1 – Why Couldn’t it Be Poor Little Me (Jones) – HMV B2287

London 18 February 1926 – Melville Gideon (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb7930-3 – Rolling Stones (Gideon) – HMV B2295
  • ⦿ Bb7931-2 – I Shall Remember Your Kisses (Gideon) – HMV B2295
  • ⦿ Bb7932-2 – I Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight? (Donaldson) – HMV B2287

London 25 May 1926 – Elsie Carlisle (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb8426-2 – I Love My Baby, My Baby Loves Me (Harry Warren) – Zonophone 2772
  • ⦿ Bb8427-1 – So is Your Old Lady (Dubin/Burke) –Zonophone 2757

London 21 June 1926 – Elsie Carlisle (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Yy8563-2 – Coming Thro’ the Cornfield (Horatio Nicholls) – Zonophone 2772
  • ⦿ Yy8565-3 – Nobody’s Business (Milne/Gaskell) – Zonophone 2757

London 16 July 1926 – Savoy Havana Band Directed by Reg. Batten (With piano duet by Carroll Gibbons & Donald Thorn)

  • ⦿ Bb8754-1 – Dizzy Fingers (Zez Confrey) – HMV B5105

London 6 October 1926 – Elsie Carlisle (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Yy9071-1 – Oh, My Bundle of Love (Price/Silver – Zonophone 2829
  • ⦿ Yy9072-2 I’m Flirting With You (H. Leonard) – Zonophone 2829
  • ⦿ Yy9073 -2 – Ya Gotta Know How to Love (Dubin/Warren) – Unissued ?
  • ⦿ Yy9073 -2 – Ya Gotta Know How to Love (Dubin/Warren – Zonophone 2815
  • ⦿ Yy9074-1 – My Cutie’s Due at Two to Two Today – Unissued ?
  • ⦿ Yy9074-2 – My Cutie’s Due at Two to Two Today – Zonophone 2815 (Carroll Gibbons also sings on this side)

London 9 February 1927 – Melville Gideon (Vocal with 2 pianos – Carroll Gibbons & George Windeatt)

  • ⦿ Bb9538-4 – Each Little Day in Each Little Year (Gideon) – HMV2428 (Gibbons not on reverse side)

London 9 February 1927 – Melville Gideon (Vocal with 2 pianos – Carroll Gibbons & George Windeatt)

  • ⦿ Bb9898-1 – You’re Tired of Me (Gideon) – HMV B2449 (Gibbons not on reverse side)

London 20 July 1927 – Melville Gideon – (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb11154-1 – Side by Side (Woods) – HMV B2533
  • ⦿ Bb11155-2 – So Blue (Henderson) – HMV B2525 (Gibbons not on reverse side)
  • ⦿ Bb11156-1 – At Sundown (Walter Donaldson) – HMV B2533

London 24 January 1928 – Bert Firman’s Dance Orchestra (With piano solo by Carroll Gibbons)

  • ⦿ Zz12601-3 – Rhapsody in Blue Part 1 (Gershwin) – Zonophone A335
  • ⦿ Zz12602-4 – Rhapsody in Blue Part 2 (Gershwin) – Zonophone A335

London 28 March 1928 – Leslie Hutchinson – (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb12882-1 – Two Little Babes in the Wood (Cole Porter) – Unissued Test

London 15 May 1928 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb13318-2 – Lorelei (Coward) – HMV B2737
  • ⦿ Bb13319-3 – The Dream is Over (Coward) – HMV B2737

London 19 June 1928 – Jose Collins (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb13830 -1 – Worryin’ (George Fairman) – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb13831 -1 – 2 – There’s Always a Bright Light Gleaming (Webb/Johnson) – Unissued Test

London 28 August 1928 – Zaidee Jackson (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb14286-1 -2 – St Louis Blues (W. C. Handy) – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb14287 -1 -2 – Didn’t I Tell You (Rose/Monaco) – Unissued Test

London 12 November 1928 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano Solo)

  • ⦿ Bb14737 – 1 -2 -3 – Crazy Rhythm (Meyer/Kahn) – Rejected

London 20 November 1928 – Mary Lawson (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb14776-1 – Good News (de Sylva/Brown/Henderson) – Unissued Test

London 27 November 1928 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo with orchestra)

  • ⦿ Bb14797-2 – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Fields/McHugh) – HMV B2971 (For the reverse side listing, see item no.45 from 23 January 1929 recording session)

London 5 December 1928 – Master Jackie Coogan (With Violin & Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb15236 -1 -2 -3 – Presenting his Dad Part 1 – HMV B2893
  • ⦿ Bb15237 -1 -2 -3 – Presenting his Dad Part 2 – HMV B2893

London 31 December 1928 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ Bb14737 – 4 -5 -6 – Crazy Rhythm (Meyer/Kahn) – Rejected

London 31 December 1928 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo with Orchestra)

  • ⦿ Bb15491 -1 -2 -3 – Laughing Marionette (Collins) – Rejected

London 23 January 1929 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo with Whispering Orchestra)

  • ⦿ Bb15661-2 – Crazy Rhythm (Meyer/Kahn) – HMV B2971

London 24 January 1929 – Audrey & Millicent Hyde (Vocal duet with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb15592-1 – What do we do in the Moonlight – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb15593 -1 -2 – I Care for Her, She Cares for Me – Unissued Test

London 6 February 1929 – Messrs Mosse & Frye (Comedians with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb15844 -1 -2 – Cross Talk Part 1 – Rejected
  • ⦿ Bb15845 -1 -2 – Cross Talk Part 2 – Rejected

London 20 February 1929 – Mr Coleman & Partners (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb16018 -1 – Let’s Dream a Little Longer – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb16019 -1 -2 – When Day Begins – Unissued Test

London 20 February 1929 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ Bb16020-1 – Spread a Little Happiness (Ellis/Meyers) – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb16021-1 – You’ve Gotta Admit – Unissued Test

London 19 March 1929 – Norma Emerald & Will Evans (Comedians with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb16247 -1 – The British Working Man – Rejected
  • ⦿ Bb16248 -1 – The Waiter – Rejected

London 22 March 1929 – Kathleen Hartley (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb16258-1 -2 – Poor Man’s Garden (Russell) – Unissued Test

London 22 March 1929 – Leslie Watson (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb16259 – 1 – Scented Soap – Unissued Test
  • ⦿ Bb16260 – 1 -2 – When You’re Married – Unissued Test

London 16 April 1929 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos with small Orchestra)

  • ⦿ Bb16434-4 – Wake Up and Dream Medley (Cole Porter) – Wake Up and Dream; Looking at You; What is This Thing Called Love – HMV B3031
  • ⦿ Bb16435-3 – She’s Funny That Way (Whiting/Moret) – HMV B3031

London 12 July 1929 – Carroll Gibbons & his Playmates

  • ⦿ Bb17180-1 Reaching For Someone (Donaldson) – HMV B3110
  • ⦿ Bb17181-1 Mean to Me (Turk/Ahlert) – Vocal Alma Vane – HMV B3110

London 11 September 1929 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb17338 – 1 – Zigeuner (Noel Coward) – HMV B3158
  • ⦿ Bb17339 – 2 – World Weary – (Noel Coward) – HMV B3158
  • ⦿ Bb17340 – 1 – 2 – Peace of Mind (Carroll Gibbons) – Unissued

London 13 September 1929 – Gracie Fields (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ Bb17631-1 – 2 – 3 – I’ve Got a Feeling (Horatio Nichols) – Rejected
  • ⦿ Bb17632 – 1 – 2 – Peace of Mind (Carroll Gibbons) – Rejected

London 19 February 1930 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos with violin and saxophone)

  • ⦿ Bb18368-2 – Body & Soul (Heyman/Sour/Green) – HMV B3347
  • ⦿ Bb18369-1 – Moonbeam Dance (Gibbons) – HMV B3347
  • ⦿ Bb18370 -1 -2 – I May be Wrong (Yellen/Ager/Sullivan) (Vocal Miss Clare) – Rejected

London 20 October 1931 – Renate Muller (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons & Harry Jacobson piano duet & Hugo Rignold violin)

  • ⦿ CA12096-1 – Today I Feel So happy (Carter/Eyton/Abraham) – Columbia DB 687
  • ⦿ CA12097-1 – Just Because I Lost My Heart To You (Carter/Eyton/ Abrahams) – Columbia DB687

London 17 December 1931 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12287-1 – Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Brown/Henderson) – Columbia DB732

London 31 December 1931 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12282-3 – Sleepy Time Down South (Rene/Muse) – Columbia DB732

London 24 February 1932 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12467-1 – Home (Van Steeden/Clarkson) – Columbia DB789
  • ⦿ CA12468-1- You Try Somebody Else (De Sylva/Brown/Henderson) – Columbia DB789

London 5 April 1932 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12562-1 – Can’t We Talk It Over? (Washington/Young) – Columbia DB805
  • ⦿ CA12563-2 – Now That Your Gone (Kahn/Fiorito) – Columbia DB805

London 20 June 1932 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12821-2 – Ooh! That Kiss (Dixon/Young/Warren) – Columbia DB899

London 7 July 1932 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA12868-2 – Cabin in the Cotton (Parish/Perkins) – Columbia DB899

London 9 November 1932 – Matty Malneck (Violin) (With Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA13232-1 – I’ll Never Be the Same (Kahn/Malneck/Signorelli) (Vocal Cecile Petrie) – Columbia DB1000
  • ⦿ CA13233-1 – So At Last It’s Come to This (Kahn/Malneck/Signorelli) (Vocal Cecile Petrie) – Columbia DB1000
  • ⦿ CA13234-2 – Till Tomorrow (Malneck/Campbell/Connelly) (Vocal Cecile Petrie) – Columbia DB1001
  • ⦿ CA13235-2 – On the Air (Gibbons/Campbell/Connelly) (Vocal Cecile Petrie) – Columbia DB1001

London 3 December 1932 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA13270-1 – I’ll Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan (Dietz/Schwartz) – Columbia DB1013
  • ⦿ CA13271-1 – Let’s Put Out the Lights (Hupfeld) – Columbia DB1013

London 2 February 1933 – Frances Maddux (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano & Len Fillis guitar)

  • ⦿ CA13386-1 – Ev’ry Little While (Harbach/Kern) – Columbia DB1089
  • ⦿ CA13387-1 – Try Getting’ a Good Night’s Sleep (Pinkard/Tracey) – Columbia DB1089
  • ⦿ CA13388-1 – Fit as a Fiddle (Freed/Hoffman/Goodhart) – Columbia DB1081 (For the reverse side listing, see item no.93 from 2 March 1933 recording session)

London 2 March 1933 – The Hon. W. Brownlow (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA13475-1 – Sylvia (Scollard/Speaks) – Columbia DB1072
  • ⦿ CA13476-1 – Blue Moon (So People Say) (Westrup/Fisher) – Columbia DB1072

London 2 March 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13477-1 – What More Can I Ask intro. Brighter than the Sun (Ray Noble) – Columbia DB1081 (For the reverse side listing, see item no.90 from 2 February 1933 recording session)

London 30 March 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13541-1 – Three Wishes (George Posford) – Columbia DB1099
  • ⦿ CA13542-1 – Let me Give My Happiness to You (George Posford) – Columbia DB1099

London 1 April 1933 – Anona Winn (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA13547-1 – What Have We Got to Lose (Hi-Ho Lack-a Day) (Kahn/Kent/ Alter) – Columbia DB1125
  • ⦿ CA13549-1 – That’s All That Matters to Me (Magidson/Stept) – Columbia DB1125

London 2 April 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13553-1 – Shuffle off to Buffalo (Dubin/Warren) (With vocal refrain) – Columbia DB1137

London 1 May 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13623-1 – What Have We Got to Lose (Heigh Ho – Lack-A-Day) (Kahn/ Kent/Alter) (with vocal refrain) – Columbia DB1137

London 28 June 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13762-1 – ‘A Bedtime Story’ medley – In a Park in Paree; Look What I’ve Got (Robin/Rainger) – Columbia DB1152
  • ⦿ CA13763-1 – You Are Too Beautiful (Rodgers/Hart) – Columbia DB1152

London 28 June 1933 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA13764-1 – Give Me a Ring Medley (Broones) – A Couple of Fools in Love; I’m Getting Warmer – Columbia DB1163

London 28 June 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA13765-1 – Tony’s Wife (Lane) – Columbia DB1163 London 20 July 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends
  • ⦿ CA13806-1 – On the Other Side of Lover’s Lane (Carroll Gibbons) – Columbia DB1168
  • ⦿ CA13808-1 – I’m Getting Sentimental over You (Bassman) – Columbia DB1168

London 11 October 1933 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA14030-3 – Dancing Days 1920 Part 2 – Coal Black Mammy; Alice Blue Gown; Swanee – Columbia DB1246 (Transferred to Columbia FB1156 8 Transferred to Columbia FB1178 9 Transferred to Columbia FB1156 10 Transferred to Columbia FB1178)

London 16 October 1933 – Carroll Gibbons (piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA14061-1 – Dancing Days 1921 Part 2 – Look for the Silver Lining (Jerome Kern); The Love Nest; Whose Baby Are You? – Columbia DB1261 (Transferred to Columbia FB1178)
  • ⦿ CA14062-1 – Dancing Days 1920 Part 1 – Dardanella; I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles; Margie – Columbia DB1246 (Transferred to Columbia FB1156)

London 23 October 1933 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • 109. ⦿ CA14029-3 – Dancing Days 1921 Part 1 – Whispering; Japanese Sandman; Avalon – Columbia DB1261 (Transferred to Columbia FB1178)

London 28 October 1933 – Carroll Gibbons & Harry Jacobson (Piano duets)

  • ⦿ CA14106-1 – Night and Day (Cole Porter) – Columbia DB1288
  • ⦿ CA14107-1 – Gay Divorce Medley (Cole Porter); After You, Who?; I’ve Got You on my Mind – Columbia DB1288

London 31 October 1933 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14110-1 – Who Do You Think You Are (John Green) – Columbia DB1314
  • ⦿ CA14111-1 – There’s a Ring around the Moon (John Green) – Columbia DB1297

London 11 November 1933 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14149-1 – What a Pleasant Suprise (John Green) – Columbia DB1314
  • ⦿ CA14150-1 – ‘The Way to Love’ film selection – In a One Room Flat; It’s Oh, It’s Ah; It’s Wonderful (Robin/Rainger) – Columbia DB1303
  • ⦿ CA14151-1 – ‘Footlights Parade’ film selection – Sitting on a Backyard Fence (Kahal/Fain); Shanghai Lil (Dubin/Warren); Ah! The Moon Is Here (Kahal/Fain) – Columbia DB1303

London 15 November 1933 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14159-1 – Ain’t She Dainty (Harry Woods) – Columbia DB1309
  • ⦿ CA14160-1 – I Want a Fair and Square Man (Harry Woods) – Columbia 1309
  • ⦿ CA14161-1 – ‘Nymph Errant’ selection – It’s Bad for Me; How Could We Be Wrong; Experiment (Cole Porter) – Columbia DB1297

London 8 January 1934 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14242-1 – You’re Such a Comfort to Me intro. Good Morning (Gordon/ Revel) – Columbia DB1326
  • ⦿ CA14243-1 – Everything I Have Is Yours, intro. My Dancing Lady (Adamson/Lane/Fields/McHugh – Columbia DB1326
  • ⦿ CA14246-1 – Close Your Eyes (Bernice Petkere) – Columbia DB1263
  • ⦿ CA14247-1 – You’ve Got Everything (Kahn/Donaldson) – Columbia DB1263

London 16 January 1934 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14269-1 – Two Friends in Harmony Part 1 – On the Air (Gibbons/ Campbell/Connelly) – Columbia DB1333
  • ⦿ CA14270-1 – Two Friends in Harmony Part 2 – Living in Dreams (John Green) – Columbia DB1333 (Both sides transferred to FB1437)

London 1 February 1934 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14320-1 – Terence’s Farewell to Kathleen (trad.) – Columbia DB1442 (Transferred to FB1360)
  • ⦿ CA14321-1 – The Kerry Dance (Molloy) – Columbia DB1442 (Transferred to FB1360)
  • ⦿ CA14322-2 – Not Bad (John Green) – Columbia DB1368
  • ⦿ CA14323-1 – What Now? (John Green) – Columbia DB1368

London 28 February 1934 – Gloria Grafton (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA14363-2 – I’ll Follow My Secret Heart (Noel Coward) – Columbia DB1350
  • ⦿ CA14364-2 – Nevermore (Noel Coward) – Columbia 1350

London 23 May 1934 – Carroll Gibbons and John W. Green (piano duo) with their Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14506-1 – Love Is Love Anywhere (Harold Arlen) – Columbia DB1397
  • ⦿ CA14507-1 – Let’s Fall in Love (Harold Arlen) – Columbia DB1397
  • ⦿ CA14508-1 – ‘We’re Not Dressing’ film selection Part 1 – She Reminds Me of You; Love Thy Neighbour (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia DB1398
  • ⦿ CA14509-2 – ‘We’re Not Dressing’ film selection Part 2 – May 1? ; Goodnight Lovely Little Lady (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia DB1398

London 19 July 1934 – Bobby Howes (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA14607-1 – Why Wasn’t I Told? (Carter/Ellis) – Columbia DB1459
  • ⦿ CA14608-1 – Wrap Yourself in Cotton Woo (Carter/Ellis) – Columbia DB1459
  • ⦿ CA14609-1 – Let’s Dress For Dinner Tonight (David/Silver) – Columbia DB1424
  • ⦿ CA14610-2 – Yes Sir! I Love Your Daughter (Magidson/Conrad) – Columbia DB1424

London 29 October 1934 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ OEA657-2 – I Travel Alone (Coward) – HMV B8234
  • ⦿ OEA658-3 – Most of Ev’ry Day (Coward) – HMV B8234
  • ⦿ OEA659-2 – Love in Bloom (Robin/Rainger) – HMV B8237
  • ⦿ OEA660-3 – Fare Thee Well (Coslow) – HMV B8237

London 14 November 1934 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA14782-1 – You’ve Got to Admit (Carroll Gibbons) – Columbia DB1478
  • ⦿ CA14783-1 – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Jerome Kern) – Columbia DB1478
  • ⦿ CA14784-1 – Judy (Carmichael/Lerner) – Columbia DB1487
  • ⦿ CA14785-1 – Stars Fell On Alabama (Perkins/Parish) – Columbia DB1487

London 12 December 1934 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA14808-1 – Love is in the Air Again (Miller/Shapiro) – Columbia DB1501
  • ⦿ CA14820-1 – Give me a Heart to Sing to (Washington/Young) – Columbia DB1562 – (Vocal Anne Lenner) (Transferred to Columbia FB1139. For the reverse side listing, see item no.164 from 22 March 1935 recording session)
  • ⦿ CA14821-1 – I Only Have Eyes For You (Dubin/Warren) – Columbia DB1501 – (Vocal refrain Anne Lenner)

London 15 December 1934 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CAX7383-1 – I Saw Stars (Sigler/Hoffman/Goodhart) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7384-1 – Heatwave (Irving Berlin) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7385-1 – (a) You Turned Your Head (Ellis/Jeans) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Other Peoples Babies (Herbert/Ellis) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7386-1 – (a) Smoke gets in Your Eyes (Hammerstein/Kern) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Straight from the Shoulder Right from the Heart (Gordon/Revel) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)

London 3 January 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CAX7393-1 – (a) Coffee in the Morning (Dubin/Warren) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Tea for Two (Youmans/Caesar) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7394-1 – (a) Walking the Chalk Line (Holiner/Nichols) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) I’ll See You Again (Noel Coward) (Vocal Anne Lenner) –
  • ⦿ CAX7395 -1 – (a) Messengers (Dyrenforth/Gibbons) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) The Continental (Magidson/Conrad) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7396-1 – Don’t let it Bother You (Gordon/Revel) –World Records SH360 (LP)

London 14 January 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CAX7404-1 – (a) Lost in a Fog (Fields/McHugh) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Take a Number from One to Ten (Gordon/Revel) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7406-1 – (a) Who (Hammerstein/Kern/Harbach) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Love is in the Air Again (Shapiro/Miller) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)
  • ⦿ CAX7408 -1 – (a) What a Difference a Day Made (Grevor/Adams) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Pardon my Southern Accent (Mercer/Malneck) (Vocal Anne Lenner) –World Records SH360 (LP)

London 22 March 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & Harry Jacobson (Piano duet)

  • ⦿ CA14973-1 – Mississippi Film Song Medley (Rodgers/Hart) – Soon; It’s Easy to Remember (Vocal refrain Anne Lenner); Down by the River (Transferred to FB1138)
  • ⦿ CA14974-1 – The Man from the Follies Bergere Film Song Medley (Stern/ Meskill) – Au Revoir L’Amour; Rhythm of the Rain (Vocal refrain Anne Lenner); Singing a Happy Song – Columbia DB1534 (Transferred to FB1138)

London 22 March 1935 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA14975 – 1 – If the Moon Turns Green (Hanighen/Gates) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – Columbia DB1562 (Transferred to Columbia FB1139. For the reverse side listing, see item no.149 from 12 December 1934 recording session)

London c. April 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ TTP24-1 – (a) If the Moon Turns Green (Hanighen/Gates) (Vocal Anne Lenner) (b) Dinah (Lewis/Akst/Young) (Vocal Anne Lenner) – World Records SH360 (LP)

London 20 May 1935 – Hildergarde (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA15064-2 – For Me for You (Towers/Arden) – Columbia DB1556
  • ⦿ CA15065-1 – Darling je-vous aime beacoup (A. Sosenko) – Columbia DB1556

London 20 May 1935 – Les Allen (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA15062-1 – Seein’ is Believing (Adams/Ager) – Columbia DB1557 (Both sides transferred to FB1134)
  • ⦿ CA15063-1- Rehearsing a Lullaby (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman) – Columbia DB1557 (Both sides transferred to FB1134)

London 15 July 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA15159-1 – According To the Moonlight (Yellen/Magidson/Meyer) (vocal Marjorie Stedeford) – Columbia FB1096
  • ⦿ CA15160-1 – When the First Piccaninny Was Born (Connor/Lisbona) (vocal Marjorie Stedeford) – Columbia FB1095
  • ⦿ CA15161-1 – Black Coffee (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman) (vocal Marjorie Stedeford) – Columbia FB1095
  • ⦿ CA15162-1 – It’s An Old Southern Custom (Yellen/Meyer) (vocal Marjorie Stedeford) – Columbia FB1096

London 15 October 1935 – Hildergarde (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA15360-2 – Cheek to Cheek (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1190
  • ⦿ CA15361-2 – Isn’t This a Lovely Day (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1190

London 15 October 1935 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA15362-1 – Top Hat, White Tie & Tails (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1189
  • ⦿ CA15363-1 – The Piccolino (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1189

London 9 January 1936 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA15530-2 – ‘Thanks A Million’ film selection – Thanks A Million; Sugar Plum; I’m Sitting High On A Hilltop (Kahn/Johnson) – Columbia FB1279
  • ⦿ CA15531-1 – ‘Coronado’ film selection – Keep Your Fingers Crossed; All’s Well; You Took my Breath Away (Coslow/Whiting) – Columbia FB1279

London 4 March 1936 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA15647-1 – ‘The Charm School’ film selection – You Hit the Spot; I Feel like a Feather in the Breeze (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia FB1351
  • ⦿ CA15648-1 – ‘To Beat the Band’ film selection – Eeeny Meeny Miney Mo (Mercer/Malneck); If You Were Mine (Bryan/Meyer) – Columbia FB1351
  • ⦿ CA15649-1 – If You Love Me (Ray Noble) – Columbia FB1352
  • ⦿ CA15650-1 – A Couple of April Fools (Kennedy/Carr) – Columbia FB1352

London 1 May 1936 – Hildergarde (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA15739-1 – The Glory of Love (Billy Hill) – Columbia FB1401
  • ⦿ CA15740-1 – The Touch of Your Lips, intro. The Very Thought of You (Ray Noble) – Columbia FB1401

London 29 May 1936 – Hildergarde (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons (piano) & orchestra)

  • ⦿ CA15776-1 – Practising the Piano (Silver/Wrubel) – Columbia FB1468 (Reverse does not include Carroll Gibbons)

London 30 June 1936 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA15816-2 – You (Adamson/Donaldson) – Columbia FB1459
  • ⦿ CA15817-1 – You Never Looked so Beautiful, (Adamson/Donaldson) – Columbia FB1459
  • ⦿ CA15832-1 – Breakin’ In A Pair of Shoes (Washington/Franklin/Stept) – Columbia FB1471
  • ⦿ CA15833-1 – Sugar Rose (Ponce/Waller) – Columbia FB1471

London 7 December 1936 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16089-1 – ‘Born to Dance’ film selection – Easy To Love; Rap Tap On Wood (Cole Porter) – Columbia FB1603
  • ⦿ CA16090-1 – I’ve Got You under My Skin (Cole Porter) – Columbia FB1603
  • ⦿ CA16091-1 – ‘Sing Baby Sing’ film selection – Sing Baby Sing (Yellen/ Pollack); You Turned the Tables on Me (Mitchell/Alter) – Columbia FB1588
  • ⦿ CA16092-1 – ‘Big Broadcast of 1937’ film selection – Here’s Love In Your Eyes; I’m Talking Through My Heart (Robin/Ranger) – Columbia FB1588

London 3 February 1937 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16199-1 – With Thee I Swing (Stillman/Hyde/Adlam) – Columbia FB1644
  • ⦿ CA16200-1 – Carroll Gibbons Looks Back Part 1 – Margie (Conrad/ Robinson); Whispering (Schonberger); Some of These Days (Brooks) – Columbia FB1635
  • ⦿ CA16201-1 – Carroll Gibbons Looks Back Part 2 – Chinatown, My Chinatown (Schwartz); My Sweetie Went Away (Turk/Handman); I A’int Got Nobody ((Graham/Williams) – Columbia FB1635

London 3 February 1937 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA16202-1 – Midnight in Mayfair (Newell Chase) – Columbia FB1644

London 8 April 1937 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA16331-1 – Moonbeams Dance (Gibbons) – Columbia FB1677 200. ⦿ CA16332-1 – Bubbling Over (Gibbons) – Columbia FB1677

London 6 May 1937 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA16363-1 – La-De-De, La-De-Da (Peter de Rose) – Columbia FB1698
  • ⦿ CA16364-1 – 23 Hours Leave Selection – Now You’re Talking My Language (Koehler/Mitchell/Stept); Goodnight My Lucky Day (Koehler/ Stept); It Must be Love (Thompson/Archer) – Columbia FB1697

London 6 May 1937 – Master Dillwyn Thomas (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano with violin & cello)

  • ⦿ CA16365-1 – Danny Boy (Weatherly/Trad) – Columbia FB1696
  • ⦿ CA16366-1 – Mother Machree (Young/Olcott/Ball) – Columbia FB1696
  • ⦿ CA16367-1 – Watching the Stars (Lerner/Goodhart/Hoffman – Columbia FB1698

London 6 May 1937 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA16368-1 – Swing High Film Selection – Swing High, Swing Low (Freed/ Lane); I Hear a Call to Arms (Coslow/Siegel); Panamania (Coslow/Siegel) – Columbia FB1697

London 20 May 1937 – Hildergarde (Vocal accomp. by Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends)

  • ⦿ CA16393-1 – Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (George & Ira Gershwin) – Columbia FB1712
  • ⦿ CA16394-1 – They Can’t Take That Away From Me, (George & Ira Gershwin) – Columbia FB1712
  • ⦿ CA16395-1 – This Year’s Kisses, (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1726
  • ⦿ CA16396-1 – I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1726

London 7 July 1937 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16456 -1 – Tomorrow Is Another Day, (Kahn/Kaper/Jurmann) – Columbia FB1724
  • ⦿ CA16457-1 – I Was Anything But Sentimental, (Lerner/Goodhart/ Hoffman) – Columbia FB1724
  • ⦿ CA16458-1 – ‘Wake Up and Live’, film selection – Wake Up and Live; There’s A Lull In My Life; Never In A Million Years, (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia FB1736
  • ⦿ CA16459-1 – ‘The Hit Parade’, film selection – Sweet Heartache (Washington/Stept); Love is Good for Anything That Ails You; Was it Rain? (Handman/Hirsch) – Columbia FB1736

London 11 October 1937 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16610-1 – You’re Here, You’re There, You’re Everywhere (Kahal/Loeb) – Columbia FB1783
  • ⦿ CA16611-1 – Foolin’ Myself (Lawrence/Tinturin) – Columbia FB1783
  • ⦿ CA16618-1 – ‘You Can’t Have Everything’ film selection – The Lovliness Of You; Afraid To Dream; Please Pardon Us, We’re In Love (Gordon.Revel) – Columbia FB1805
  • ⦿ CA16619-1 – ‘High Wide & Handsome’ film selection – Can I Forget You?; The Folks Who Live On The Hill (Hammerstein/Kern) – Columbia FB1805

London 2 November 1937 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16656-1 – She’s My Lovely, (Vivian Ellis) – Columbia FB1817
  • ⦿ CA16657-1 – If It’s the Last Thing I Do (Cahn/Chaplin) – Columbia FB1817

London 11 November 1937 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA16700-1 – Summer Rain (Gibbons) – Columbia FB1836
  • ⦿ CA16701-1 – Manhattan Holiday (Strauss/Dale) – Columbia FB1836
  • ⦿ CA16702-1 – Piano Parade 1937 Part1 – Afraid to Dream (Gordon/ Revel); That Old Feeling (Fain/Brown); Home Town (Kennedy/Carr) – Columbia FB1835
  • ⦿ CA16703-1 – Piano Parade 1937 Part 2 – The Moon Got in my Eyes (Burke/Johnstone); Was it Rain? (Hirsch/Handman); Goodnight to You All (Watson/Denby) – Columbia FB1835

London 23 November 1937 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16658-3 – Remember? Carroll Gibbons Looks Back Part 1 – You Forgot to Remember (Irving Berlin); My Heart Stood Still (Rogers/Hart); I’ll See You Again (Noel Coward) – Columbia FB1849
  • ⦿ CA16659-3 – Remember? Carroll Gibbons Looks Back Part 2 – My Blue Heaven (Donaldson/Whiting); Can’t Help Lovin Dat Man (Hammerstein/ Kern); This Year’s Kisses (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB1849

London 8 January 1938 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16770-1 – ‘Damsel in Distress’ film selection – Nice Work if You Can Get it; A Foggy Day; Things Are Looking Up (George & Ira Gershwin) – Columbia FB1869
  • ⦿ CA16771-1 – ‘Double Or Nothing’ film selection – It’s The Natural Thing to Do; The Moon Got In My Eyes; Smarty (Burke/Johnston/Freed/Lewis) – Columbia FB1870
  • ⦿ CA16672-1 – ‘Life of the Party’ film selection – Life of the Party (Madigson/Wrubel); Roses In December (Jessel/Oakland) – Columbia FB1869
  • ⦿ CA16773-1 – ‘Mr Dodd Takes The Air’ film selection – Am I In Love?; Remember Me (Dubin/Warren –Columbia FB1870

London 26 January 1938 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA16804-2 – ‘Big Broadcast of 1938’ film selection – Mama, That Moon Is Here Again; The Waltz Lives On; You Took the Words Right Out Of My Heart (Robin/Ranger) – Columbia FB1892
  • ⦿ CA16805-1 – ‘Hitting a New High’ film selection – This Never Happened Before; Let’s Give Love another Chance; I Hit a New High (Jimmy McHugh) – Columbia FB1892
  • ⦿ CA16806-1 – Have You Got Any Castles Baby? (Mercer/Whiting) – Columbia FB1893
  • ⦿ CA16807-1 – I Double Dare You (Shand/Eaton) – Columbia FB1893

London 24 March 1938 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ OEA6428-1 – Dearest Love (Coward) – HMV B8740
  • ⦿ OEA6429-2 – I’ll See You Again (Coward) – HMV B8740
  • ⦿ OEA6430-1 – Just Let me Look At You (Kern) – HMV B8772
  • ⦿ OEA6431-1 – Poor Little Rich Girl (Coward) – HMV B8772 London 31 March 1938 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends
  • ⦿ CA16912-1 – ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ film selection – Heigh Ho; With a Smile and a Song; Someday My Prince Will Come; One Song (Morey/ Churchill) – Columbia FB1941
  • ⦿ CA16913-1 – ‘Hollywood Hotel’ film selection – Silhouetted in the Moonlight; Let That Be a Lesson to You; I’ve hitched My Wagon to a Star (Mercer/Whiting) – Columbia FB1941
  • ⦿ CA16914-1 – ‘Love and Hisses’ film selection – Be a Good Sport; Sweet Someone; I Wanna Be In Winchell’s Column (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia FB1952
  • ⦿ CA16915-1 – ‘Manhattan Music Box’ film selection – Have You Ever Been In Heaven?; Mama I Wanna Make Rhythm (Jerome/Byron/Kent); I Owe You (Gene Autry) – Columbia FB1952

London 8 July 1938 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA17043-1 – ‘Sally, Irene and Mary’ film selection – I’ve Got My Mind on Music; Sweet as a Song; I Could Use a Dream (Gordon/Revel) – Columbia FB1939
  • ⦿ CA17044-1 – ‘Cocoanut Grove’ film selection – Says My Heart; You Leave Me Breathless (Loesser/Lane/Freed/Hollander) – Columbia FB2005
  • ⦿ CA17045-1 – ‘Radio City Revels’ film selection – Take a Tip From The Tulip; Goodnight Angel (Magidson/Wrubel) – Columbia FB1939
  • ⦿ CA17046-1 – ‘Swing Teacher Swing’ film selection – How’d Ja Like To Love Me; Moments Like This(Loesser/Lane); College Swing (Loesser/ Carmichael) – Columbia FB2005

London 31 August 1938 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA17087-1 – How Do You Do, Mr Right (Vivian Ellis) – Columbia FB2031
  • ⦿ CA17088-1 – You’re What’s the Matter with Me (Kennedy/Carr) – Columbia FB2031 – (Both sides with vocal refrain Anne Lenner)

London 28 October 1938 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA17158-1 – ‘Carefree’ film selection Part 1 – Change Partners; I Used To Be Colour Blind (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2080
  • ⦿ CA17159-1 – ‘Carefree’ film selection Part 2 – The Yam; The Night Is Filled With Music (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2080

London 28 October 1938 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA17160-1 – Piano Parade of 1938 Part 1 – In the Still of the Night (Cole Porter); I Double Dare You (Shand/Eaton); Thanks for the Memory (Robin/ Rainger) – Columbia FB2081
  • ⦿ CA17161 -1 – Piano Parade of 1938 Part 2 – Goodnight Angel (Madigson/ Wrubel); Love Walked In (George & Ira Gershwin); Lambeth Walk (Furber/ Gay) – Columbia FB2081

London 9 January 1939 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA17284-1 – ‘That Certain Age’ film selection – You’re As Pretty As a Picture; My Own; Be a Good Scout (Adamson/McHugh) – Columbia FB2130
  • ⦿ CA17285-1 – ‘The Gay Imposters’ film selection – (Film titled, Gold Diggers in Paris, in US), I Wanna Go Back To Bali; Daydreaming; The Latin Quarter (Mercer/Dubin/Warren) – Columbia FB2130

London 2 February 1939 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA17313-1 – Piano Playtime No. 1 Part 1 – I’ve Got a Pocketful of Dreams (Burke/Monaco); Change Partners (Irving Berlin); Blue Skies are Round the Corner (Parker/Charles) – Columbia FB2160
  • CA17314-1 – Piano Playtime No. 1 Part 2 – Day Dreaming (Mercer/Warren); Two Sleepy People (Loesser/Carmichael); Penny Serenade (Hallifax/ Weersma) – Columbia FB2160

London 6 April 1939 – Carroll Gibbons & Harry Jacobson (Piano duets)

  • ⦿ CA17417-1 – Black & Blue Selection (Heyman/Jacobson) Part 1 – My Love For You – Columbia FB2199
  • ⦿ CA17418-1 – Black & Blue Selection (Heyman/Jacobson) Part 2 – I’ve Got the Urge; In My Wildest Dreams – Columbia FB2199

London 3 May 1939 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA17435-1 – Moonlight and Roses (Lemaire’s Andantino) (N.Moret) – Columbia FB2221
  • ⦿ CA17436-1 – Birth of the Blues (De Sylva/Brown/Henderson) – Columbia FB2221

London 25 July 1939 – Carroll Gibbons & his Boyfriends

  • ⦿ CA17531-1 – ‘East Side of Heaven’ film selection Part 1 – Sing a Song of Sunbeams; That Sly Old Gentleman (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2264
  • ⦿ CA17532-1 – ‘East Side of Heaven’ film selection Part 2 – East Side of Heaven; Hang Your Heart on a Hickory Limb (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2264
  • ⦿ CA17554-1 – Magnolias in the Moonlight (Bullock/Schertzinger) – Columbia FB2281
  • ⦿ CA17555-1 – Chloe (N. Moret) – Columbia FB2281 London 6 December 1939 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)
  • ⦿ CA17710-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes Part 1 – F. D. R. Jones (Harold Rome); My Heart Belongs to Daddy (Cole Porter); An Apple for the Teacher (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2345
  • ⦿ CA17711-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes Part 2 – Wish me Luck (Park/Parr- Davies); Moon Love (David/Davis/Kostelanetz); They Can’t Black Out the Moon (Strauss/Dale/Miller) – Columbia FB2345

London 6 December 1939 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA17726-1 – We’ll Meet Again (Parker/Charles) – Columbia FB2351 (Vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)

London 28 December 1939 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA17756-1 – Comes Love (Brown/Tobias/Stept) – Columbia FB2351 (Vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)

London 28 February 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA17855-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No. 2 Part 2 – It’s a Hap Hap Happy Day (Neiburg/Timberg/Sharples); Faithful Forever (Robin/Rainger); Let the People Sing (Eyton/Grant/Gay) – Columbia FB2398
  • ⦿ CA17856-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No. 2 Part 1 – In an Eighteenth Century Drawing Room (Raymond Scott); It’s a Lovely Day Tomorrow (Irving Berlin); Scatterbrain (Keene/Bean/Masters) – Columbia FB2398
  • ⦿ CA17857-1 – I Want the Waiter (Sue Warner) – Columbia FB2403 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA17858-1 – I Cried For You (Freed/Arnheim/Lyman) – Columbia FB2403 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)

London 9 May 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA17982-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.3 Part 1 – Oh, Johnny Oh! (Rose/ Olman); When You Wish Upon a Star (Washington/Harline); Walkin’ Thru’ Mockin’ Bird Lane (Peters/Jones) – Columbia FB2437
  • ⦿ CA17983-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.3 Part 2 – Over the Rainbow (Harburg/Arlen); My Capri Serenade (Harry Parr-Davies); A Little Rain Must Fall (Green/Kaye/Little) – Columbia FB2437

London 6 June 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18041-1 – Too Romantic (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2457 (Side feature vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA18042-1 – I was Watching a Man Paint a Fence (Pease/Nelson/ Goodhart) – Columbia FB2457 (Side feature vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)

London 16 July 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18071-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.4 Part 1 – A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Maschwitz/Sherwin); I’ve Got my Eyes on You (Cole Porter); Shake Down the Stars (de Lange/van Heusen) – Columbia FB2475
  • ⦿ CA18072-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.4 Part 2 – Indian Summer (Dubin/Herbert); The Woodpecker Song (Adamson/di Lazarro); Fools Rush In (Mercer/Bloom) – Columbia FB2475

London 9 September 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18137-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.5 Part 1 – I Can’t Love You Anymore (Madigson/Wrubel); I’ll Never Smile Again (Ruth Lowe); Meet the Sun Halfway (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2489
  • ⦿ CA18138-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.5 Part 2 – I’m Stepping out with a Memory Tonight (Magidson/Wrubel); Remember September (Noel/Pelosi); Turn Your Money in Your Pocket (Clarrie Brown) – Columbia FB2489

London 8 October 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18169-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.6 Part 1 – Begin the Beguine (Cole Porter); Love is All (Tomlin/Tobias) – Columbia FB2515
  • ⦿ CA18170-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.6 Part 2 – Mem’ries Live Longer Than Dreams (Parker/Charles); In a Moonboat (Stock/Rose); I Haven’t Time to be a Millionaire (Burke/Monaco) – Columbia FB2515
  • ⦿ CA18171-1 – I’m Nobody’s Baby (Davis/Ager/Santley) – Columbia FB251422
  • ⦿ CA18172-1 – Until You Fall in Love (Carr/Popplewell) – Columbia FB251423

London 29 October 1940 – Leslie Henson & Stanley Holloway (Humorous Sketch with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ CA18198-1 – Part 2 – Singing (Reverse is dialogue only)

London 12 November 1940 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18225-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.7 Part 1 – When the Blackbird says Bye Bye (Noel/Pelosi); Imagination (van Heusen/Burke); All the Things You Are (Hammerstein/Kern) – Columbia FB2532
  • ⦿ CA18226-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.7 Part 2 – Blueberry Hill (Lewis/ Stock/Rose); By a Sleepy Lagoon (Eric Coates); Never Took a Lesson in my Life (Lawrence/Poore) – Columbia FB2532

London 10 January 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18296-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.8 Part 1 – That’s For Me (Burke/ Monaco); Our Love Affair (Freed/Edens); Ridin’ High (Cole Porter) – Columbia FB2569
  • ⦿ CA18297-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.8 Part 2 – Strike up the Band (George & Ira Gershwin); If I Only Had Wings (Colin/Aldrich); Ferry Boat Serenade (Adamson/di Lazzarro) – Columbia FB2569
  • ⦿ CA18300-1 – I L-L-Love You So (Heyman/Jacobson) – Columbia FB2574 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA18301-1 – Nobody (Roger Edens) – Columbia FB2574 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)

London 12 March 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18389-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.9 Part 1 – The World is Waiting for the Sunrise (Lockhart/Seitz); Moon for Sale (Connor/Sgerwin); Johnny Peddler (Brown/Almeida/Nesdan) – Columbia FB2591
  • ⦿ CA18390-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.9 Part 2 – You Say the Sweetest Things (Gordon/Warren); The Echo of a Serenade (Palmer/Grever); Down Argentine Way (Gordon/Warren) – Columbia FB2591

London 12 March 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solo)

  • ⦿ CA18401-1 – Solitude (Duke Ellington) – Columbia FB2785 (Coupled with CA18915-1 – Recorded on 12 February 1942)

London 28 March 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18417-1 – I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan (Dietz/Schwartz) – Columbia FB2607 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA18418-1 – When That Man is Dead and Gone (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2607 (Vocal refrain Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA18419-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.10 Part 1 – When That Man is Dead and Gone (Irving Berlin); Give me something to Remember You By (Dietz/Schwartz); Goodnight, Good Luck and Carry On (Ivor Mendelssohn) – Columbia FB2606
  • ⦿ CA18420-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No. 10 Part 2 – Weep No More (Miller/Nicholls); One Look at You (Washington/Carroll/Young); We Three (Robertson/Cogane/Mysells) – Columbia FB2607

London 6 May 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18476-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.11 Part 1 – I Love You (Franz Waxman); A Pair of Silver Wings (Maschwitz/Carr); I’d Know You Anywhere (Mercer/McHugh) – Columbia FB2616
  • ⦿ CA18477-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.11 Part 2 – Waltzing in the Clouds (Kahn/Stolz); Falling Leaves (David/Carle); I Want My Mama (Stillman/Jararaca/Paiva/Torre) – Columbia FB2616

London 5 June 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18514-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.12 Part 1 – Isn’t This Just Like Love (Burke/van Heusen); Come Happy Day (Hutter/Gay); Yes, My Darling Daughter (J. Lawrence) – Columbia FB2639
  • ⦿ CA18515-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.12 Part 2 – Let Ther Be Love (Grant/Rand); I Understand (Gannon/Wayne); There I Go (Weiser/Zaret) – Columbia FB2639

London 25 June 1941 – Patricia Burke (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ CA18556-1 – How’s About! (Connor/Sherwin) – Columbia FB2654
  • ⦿ CA18557-1 – That Heart of Mine (Connor/Sherwin) – Columbia FB2654

London10 July 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18542-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.13 Part 1 – The Things I Love (Barlow/Harris); There Goes That Song Again (Allie Wrubel); I’ve Got Sixpence (Box/Cox/Hall) – Columbia FB2659
  • ⦿ CA18543-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.13 Part 2 – Love at Last (Cherkese/Press); Amapola (Gamse/Lacalle); Whispering Grass (Doris & Fred Fisher) – Columbia FB2659

London 28 July 1941 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ OEA9391-1 – Imagine the Duchess’s Feelings (Noel Coward) – HMV B9210

London 29 July 1941 – Noel Coward (Vocal with Carroll Gibbons piano)

  • ⦿ OEA9392-1 – It’s Only You (Carroll Gibbons) – HMV B9210

London 31 July 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18606-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.14 Part 1 – South American Way (Dubin/McHugh); I Hear a Rhapsody (Fragos/Baker/Gasparre); Dolores (Loesser/Alter) – Columbia FB2675
  • ⦿ CA18607-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.14 Part 2 – Boa Noite (Gordon/ Warren); You and Your Kiss (Jerome Kern); I Yi Yi Yi Yi (Gordon/Warren) – Columbia FB2675

London 28 August 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18671-1 – This is Me Reading It (Philpe/Jacobson) – Columbia FB269126 (Features vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)
  • ⦿ CA18672-1 – Let’s Be Sensible (Dyrenforth/Gibbons) – Columbia FB269127 (Features vocal refrain by Carroll Gibbons)

London 3 October 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18719-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.15 Part 1 – What’s at the Top of the Sunbeam (Miller/Charles); Thanks to Love (Connor/Sherwin); Aurora (Adamson/Lago/Roberti) – Columbia FB2709
  • ⦿ CA18720-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.15 Part 2 – Corn Silk (Kahal/ King/Bellis); Russian Rose (Miller/Charles); Hearts Don’t Lie (Guest/ Sherwin) – Columbia FB2709
  • ⦿ CA18753-1 – Reminiscing in Waltztime Part 1 – Diane (Rapee/Pollack); I’ll See You Again (Noel Coward); Kiss me Again (Victor Herbert) – Columbia FB2718
  • ⦿ CA18754-1 – Reminiscing in Waltztime Part 2 – Alice Blue Gown (McCarthy/Tierney); Speak to me of Love (Sievier/Lenoir); Marcheta (Victor Schertzinger) – Columbia FB2718

London 19 December 1941 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18814-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.16 Part 1 – Kiss the Boys Goodbye (Loesser/Schertzinger); You’re in my Arms (Popplewell/Carr); You Stepped Out of a Dream (Kahn/Brown) – Columbia FB2747
  • ⦿ CA18815-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.16 Part 2 – Sand in my Shoes (Loesser/Schertzinger); I Walked into a Dream (MacDermot/Jacobson); You and I (Meredith Wilson) – Columbia FB2747

London 13 January 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18887-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.17 Part 1 – Wrap Yourself in Cotton Wool (Guest/Sherwin); That Lovely Weekend (Moira & Ted Heath); There’s a Land of Begin Again (Parker/Charles – Columbia FB2762
  • ⦿ CA18888-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.17 Part 2 – Why Can’t We Do This More Often (unknown); Green Eyes (Gilbert/Connelly/Menendez); Rose O’Day (Tobias/Lewis) – Columbia FB2762

London 12 February 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18913-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.18 Part 1 – Rustic Rhapsodie (George/Erikson); Concerto for Two (Lawrence/Tchaikovsky); What More Can I Say? (Art Noel) – Columbia FB2768
  • ⦿ CA18914-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.18 Part 2 – Elmer’s Tune (Albrecht/Gallop/Jurgens); I Know Why (Gordon/Warren); Tropical Magic (Gordon/Warren – Columbia FB2768
  • ⦿ CA18915-1 – Time on my Hands (Adamson/Gordon/Youmans) – Columbia FB2785 (See CA18401-1 – Recorded on 12 February 1941 for coupling)

London 23 April 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA18962-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.19 Part 1 – Angeline (Rothman/ Ross); So Suddenly (Evans/Loeb); The Sailor With Navy Blue Eyes (Taylor/ Mizzy/Hoffman) – Columbia FB2794
  • ⦿ CA18963-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.19 Part 2 – Mandy is Two (Mercer/McGrath); ‘Tis Autumn (Henry Nemo); Whistler’s Mother in Law (Stevens/Wagner) – Columbia FB2794
  • ⦿ CA18964-1 – The Way You Look Tonight (Jerome Kern) – Columbia FB2804
  • ⦿ CA18965-1 – Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Jerome Kern) – Columbia FB2804

London 9 July 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19020-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.20 Part 1 – Basin Street Ball (Lamarr/Williams); Lamplighter’s Serenade (Webster/Carmichael); Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (Brown/Tobias/Stept) – Columbia FB2829
  • ⦿ CA19021-1 – Strange as it Seems (Guest/Sherwin); Moonlight Cocktail (Gannon/Roberts); Sometimes (Kahn/Lombardo) – Columbia FB2829

London 21 July 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19033-1 – Stardust (Parish/Carmichael) – Columbia FB2839
  • ⦿ CA19034-1 – When Day is Done (Katscher/de Sylva) – Columbia FB2839

London 14 October 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19103-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.21 Part 1 – Hey Mabel (Stryker); I Married an Angel (Rodgers/Hart); White Christmas (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2866
  • ⦿ CA19104-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.21 Part 2 – Always in my Heart (Gannon/Lecuona); Where in the World (Herrick/Martin/Austin); One Dozen Roses (Jurgens/Washburn/Lewis/Donovan) – Columbia FB2866

London 13 November 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19118-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.22 Part 1 – Oh, the Pity of it All (Robin/Rainger); Only You (Popplewell/Scotto); When the Robin Sings His Song (Noel/Lester/Smith) – Columbia FB2877
  • ⦿ CA19119-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.22 Part 2 – Here You Are (Robin/ Rainger); Love is a Song (Morey/Churchill); It Costs so Little (Riter/Lester/ Smith/Nicholls) – Columbia FB2877

London 24 November 1942 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19130-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.23 Part 1 – May I Have the Next Romance With You?( Gordon/Revel); There Isn’t Any Limit to My Love (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman) – Columbia FB2896
  • ⦿ CA19131-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.23 Part 2 – I’m in a Dancing Mood (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman); Everything’s in Rhythm With My Heart (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman) – Columbia FB2896

London 18 March 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19202-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.24 Part 1 – I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo (Gordon/Warren); My Devotion (Hillman/Napton); When the Lights go on Again (Seiler/Marcus/Benjemen) – Columbia FB2912
  • ⦿ CA19203-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.24 Part 2 – I’m Old Fashioned (Jerome Kern); As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld); There Are Such Things (Adams/Baer/Meyer) – Columbia FB2912

London 20 April 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19225-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tunes No.1 Part 1 – The Lady is a Tramp (Rodgers/Hart); Sweet Sue (Harris/Young); California, Here I Come (Meyer/de Sylva/Jolson) – Columbia FB2922
  • ⦿ CA19226-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tune No.1 Part 2 – Babette (Horatio Nicholls); I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Fields/McHugh); Dinah (Lewis/Young/Akst) – Columbia FB2922

London 11 June 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19250-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.25 Part 1 – You’d be So Nice to Come Home To (Cole Porter); I’ve Heard That Song Before (Cahn/Styne); Darling (Grosz/May) – Columbia FB2934
  • ⦿ CA19251-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.25 Part 2 – Why Don’t You Fall in Love With Me (Lewis/Wayne); Brazil (Russell/Barroso); When You Wore a Tulip (Percy Wenrich) – Columbia FB2934

London 29 June 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19267-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tunes No.2 Part 1 – Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Razaf/Brooks/Waller); Stormy Weather (Koehler/Arlen); Exactly Like You (Fields/McHugh) – Columbia FB2943
  • ⦿ CA19268-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tunes No.2 Part 2 – Oh me, Oh my, Oh You ((Vincent Youmans); They Didn’t Believe Me (Jerome Kern0; Cheeh to Cheek (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2943

London 12 October 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19351-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.26 Part 1 – When I Look at You (Webster/Jurman); Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (Russell/Ellington); Take it From There (Robin/Rainger) – Columbia FB2970
  • ⦿ CA19352-1 – There’s No Two Ways About Love (Koehler/Johnson/Mills); In the Blue of the Evening (Blair/d’Artega); I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen (Irving Berlin) – Columbia FB2970

London 16 December 1943 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19385-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No. 27 Part 1 – If I Had My Way (Klein/Kendis); Sunday, Monday or Always (Van Heusen/Burke); Serenade to a Dream (Pedro Fuertes) – Columbia FB2984
  • ⦿ CA19386-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No. 27 Part 2 – Yankee Doodle Came to London Town (Rogers/Phillips); I Never Mention Your Name (Davis/ George/Kent); I Wonder Why? (Art Noel) – Columbia FB2984

London 25 January 1944 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19415-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tunes No.3 Part 1 – In the Still of the Night (Cole Porter); Two Sleepy People (Loesser/Carmichael); Rosalie (Cole Porter) – Columbia FB3016
  • ⦿ CA19416-1 – Carroll Recalls the Tunes No.3 Part 2 – Somebody Loves Me (George & Ira Gershwin); These Foolish Things (Marvell/Strachey); I’ll See You in my Dreams (Isham Jones) – Columbia FB3016

London 25 April 1944 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA19495-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.28 Part 1 – Tangerine (Mercer/ Schertzinger); You’ll Never Know (Gordon/Warren); Dearly Beloved (Mercer/Kern) – Columbia FB3036
  • ⦿ CA19496-1 – Carroll Calls the Tunes No.28 Part 2 – Chattanooga Choo Choo (Gordon/Warren); As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld); The White Cliffs of Dover (Burton/Kent) – Columbia FB3036
  • ⦿ CA19497-1 – Carroll’s Tribute to Fats Waller Part 1 – Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Razaf/Brooks/Waller); Honeysuckle Rose (Razaf/Waller) – Columbia FB3074
  • ⦿ CA19498-1 – Carroll’s Tribute to Fats Waller Part 2 – I’ve Got a Feelin’ I’m Fallin’ (Rose/Link/Waller); Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now (Razaf/Waller) – Columbia FB3074

London 26 July 1944 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos with his String Quintet)

  • ⦿ CA19563-1 – Sleepy Lagoon (Eric Coates) – Columbia FB3055
  • ⦿ CA19564-1 – Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster) – Columbia FB3055

London 30 January 1945 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos with his String Quintet)

  • ⦿ CA19677-1 – I’m Getting Sentimental Over You (Washington/Bassman) – Columbia FB3141
  • ⦿ CA19678-1 – I Love You Truly (Jacobs/Bond) – Columbia FB3121
  • ⦿ CA19679-1 – Caprice Viennois (Fritz Kreisler) – Columbia FB3121
  • ⦿ CA19680-2 – Body and Soul (Heyman/Sour/Green) – Columbia FB3141

London 1 April 1950 – Carroll Gibbons (Piano solos)

  • ⦿ CA21402-1 – Hit Parade Medley Part 1 – I’d’ve Baked a Cake (Hoffman/ Merrill/Watts); C’est si Bon (Betti/Hornez); Music! Music! Music! (Weiss/ Baum) – Columbia FB3560
  • ⦿ CA21403-1 – Hit Parade Medley No.1 Part 2 – My Foolish Heart (Young/ Washington); Don’t Cry Joe (Joe Marsala); Someday My Heart Will Awake (Novello/Hassell) – Columbia FB3560