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Ray Noble and His Orchestra

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"I Hadn't Anyone Till You" had words and music by Ray Noble, who introduced it and made the hit recording, with a vocal by Tony Martin. Brunswick 8079 Mx.LA1570c - Recorded the 29th of January 1938.

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