Regal Zonophone MR 1800 to MR 1849

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Regal Zonophone    MR 1800          
Regal Zonophone MR 1800  
Foggy Dew   Dan Quinn (baritone)                CAR 3407                       <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1800           Bold Fenian Men   Dan Quinn (baritone)                CAR 3408                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1801           Mulroy Bay (traditional Irish song) - Part 1          John McGettigan & his Orchestra     23 December 1933  BS 78466-1        Camden, New Jersey           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1801           Mulroy Bay (traditional Irish song) - Part 2          John McGettigan & his Orchestra     23 December 1933  BS 78467-1        Camden, New Jersey           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1802     The   Autumn Leaves Are Falling     John Griffin (flute solo & incidental singing)           c. November 1930  W 112549-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1802     The Irish Rover O'Leary's Irish RoverO'Leary's Irish Minstrels                                        <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1803     The   Happy Birdie/The Blue Bell          James Morrison (violin with banjo & accordeon)     21 January 1935   W 114008-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1803           Curlew Hills/Peach Blossoms         James Morrison (violin with banjo & accordeon)     21 January 1935   W 114011-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1804           Thomond Bridge/Souvenir       James Morrison (violin with banjo & accordeon)      21 January 1935   W 114007-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1804     The   Skylark/Maud Miller           James Morrison (violin with banjo & accordeon)      21 January 1935   W 114012-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1805           My Rose Of Killarney    John Griffin (tenor)          February 1930     W 111685-2        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1805           My Darling Molly Flynn  John Griffin (tenor)                                       <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1806           Drumcolliher      James J. Mullen (baritone)          January 1932      W 113342-1        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1806           Savourneen Deelish      Gus O'Keefe (baritone)                                     <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1807           Little Bridget Flynn          accord. Joe Flanagan                                 <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1807           Tom Steel Medley        The Flanagan Brothers (accordeon & banjo)                                 <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1808           I Know Where I'm Goin'  Edward Healy      James Morrison's Instrumental Trio  21 January 1935   W 114005-1        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1808     The   Ninepenny Fidil   Edward Healy      James Morrison's Instrumental Trio 21 January 1935   W 114006-1        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1809     The   Old Side Car      John Griffin (tenor)          October 1927  W 108370-3        New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1809           Nellie Ray  John Griffin (tenor)                                       <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1810           South American Joe      Chips Chippendall +1    Billy Cotton & his Band 15 July 1935      CAR 3539-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1810           Louisiana Fairy Tale    Alan Breeze Billy Cotton & his Band  17 August 1935    CAR 3541-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1811           Look Up And Laugh Chips Chippendall Billy Cotton & his Band  28 June 1935      CAR 3501-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1811           Love Is Everywhere      Alan Breeze Billy Cotton & his Band  15 July 1935      CAR 3538-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1812           I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again  Chips Chippendalla      Billy Cotton & his Band 17 August 1935    CAR 3542-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1812           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1812  Ev'ry Single Little Tingle Of My Heart    Chips Chippendalla      Billy Cotton & his Band 17 August 1935    CAR 3543-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1813           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1813  There's A Lovely Lake In London     Alan Breeze, Chips Chippendall +1    Billy Cotton & his Band 17 August 1935    CAR 3544-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1813           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1813  Squibs      Chips Chippendall Billy Cotton & his Band 18 September 1935    CAR 3597-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1814           He's Dead But He Won't Lie Down     Gracie Fields (comedienne) and Tommy Fields       27 July 1932      OB 2389-3   reissue of HMV B 4258      London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1814           Why Does the Hyena Laugh?     Gracie Fields (comedienne) and Tommy Fields        20 September 1928 Bb 14521-2  reissue of HMV B 2839   Hayes, Middlesex           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1815           Because I Love You      Gracie Fields (comedienne)          3 May 1928  Bb13151-4   reissue of HMV B 2733   Hayes, Middlesex       

Regal Zonophone   MR 1815           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1815  Dream Lover Gracie Fields (comedienne)    O/Ray Noble 6 June 1930   Bb 19453-2  reissue of HMV B 3505   Hayes, Middlesex       

Regal Zonophone   MR 1816           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1816  Susanna From Alabama    The Hill Billies (The popular cowboy singers with novelty accompaniment)            11 July 1935      CAR 3530-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1816           Hill Billy Band   The Hill Billies (The popular cowboy singers with novelty accompaniment)       11 July 1935      CAR 3529-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1817?           Log Cabin Yodel   Harry Torrani (yodeller accompanying himself on guitar)            25 July 1935      CAR 3536-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1817?           My Lancashire Yodelling Lass  Harry Torrani (yodeller accompanying himself on guitar)           25 July 1935      CAR 3535-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1818           Noah Had Two Of Everything    Leslie Holmes (With his smiling voice)          28 August 1935    CAR 3565-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1818           South American Joe      Leslie Holmes (With his smiling voice)            27 August 1935    CAR 3558-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1819           Meet Me By The Dustbin  Leslie Sarony (comedian)            28 August 1935    CAR 3562-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1819           Don't Be Surprised      Leslie Sarony (comedian)            28 August 1935    CAR 3563-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1820           Rhapsody In Blue - Part 1           harm. Larry Adler w. Carroll Gibbons & Savoy Hotel Orpheums    28 May 1935 & 6 July 1935 CA 15069-1 & CA 15070-3       London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1820           Rhapsody In Blue - Part 2           harm. Larry Adler w. Carroll Gibbons & Savoy Hotel Orpheums    6 July 1935CA 15070-3                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1821           What Harlem Is To Me    Browning & Starr (duettists)        24 August 1935    CAR 3557-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1821           Lovely Liza Lee   Browning & Starr (duettists)        24 August 1935CAR 3556-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1822           Don't Be Ashamed Of The Old Folks   Jack Daly (The New Irish Singer)                                        <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1822           Leave Me With A Love Song     Jack Daly (The New Irish Singer)                                        <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1823           Star Gazing Val Rosing (tenor)            7 September 1935  CAR 3569-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1823           Red Sails In The Sunset Val Rosing (tenor)            7 September 1935    CAR 3568-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1824           Don't You Ever Fall In Love   Kitty Masters (The BBC vocalist)         7 September 1935  CAR 3570-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1824     The   Little Things You Used To Do  Kitty Masters (The BBC vocalist)         7 September 1935  CAR 3571-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1825           Dancing Dolls Medley (Doll Dance/Wedding Of The Painted Doll/Dainty Doll) p. Jack Wilson    October 1935      1 July 1935CAR 3508-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1825           Raindrops Medley (Butterflies In The Rain/Dance Of The Raindrops/When I Get My Girl In The Rain) p. Jack Wilson    October 1935      1 July 1935CAR 3507-1                       <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1826           Through Southern Climes - Part 1 (La Paloma/Aloha Oe)      org. Reginald Dixon                                  <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1826           Through Southern Climes - Part 2 (O Sole Mio/La Cucuracha)        org. Reginald Dixon                                  <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1827           You're All I Need Ted Travers Art Kassel & his Kassels In The Air     5 June 1935 91143-1           Chicago           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1827           Murder In The Moonlight Billie Hibberd    Ray Nichols & his Orchestra     27 June 1935      92533-1           New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1828           Flowers For Madame      v.    Jack Shilkret & His Orchestra   15 March 1935     89335-1           New York           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1828           In The Middle Of A Kiss Bob Stanley Angelo Ferdinando & his Hotel Great Northern Orchestra  13 May 1935 89787-1     Bluebird B 5938   New York         

Regal Zonophone   MR 1829           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1829  South American Joe            London Piano Accordeon Band condir. George Scott Wood  27 August 1935    CAR 3558-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1829     The   Wheel Of The Wagon Is Broken  Sam Browne  London Piano Accordeon Band condir.. George Scott Wood    27 August 1935    CAR 3559-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1830             
Regal
Zonophone MR 1830  Round About Regent Street           London Piano Accordeon Band condir.. George Scott Wood    27 August 1935    CAR 3560-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1830     The   Open Air Brigade        London Piano Accordeon Band condir. George Scott Wood27 August 1935    CAR 3561-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1831           Why Stars Come Out At Night   Joy Worth   Lew Stone & his Band  19 August 1935    CAR 3547-2        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1831     The   Wheel Of The Wagon Is Broken  Alfie Noakes      Lew Stone & his Band  19 August 1935    CAR 3548-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1832           She's A Latin From Manhattan  Al Hoffman  Lew Stone & his Band  19 August 1935    CAR 3545-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1832           About A Quarter To Nine Joe Ferrie  Lew Stone & his Band      19 August 1935    CAR 3546-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1833           Star Gazing Joe Crossman      Lew Stone & his Band    14 September 1935    CAR 3574-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1833     The   Girl On The Little Blue Plate Joe Ferrie  Lew Stone & his Band  14 September 1935 CAR 3575-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1834     The   World Is Mine Tonight   Jan Zalski (tenor)      Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  21 August 1935    CAR 3551-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1834           Love Me Forever   Stella Roberta    Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  21 August 1935    CAR 3550-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1835           Go Into Your Dance      George Barclay    Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  21 August 1935    CAR 3552-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1835           I Wished On The Moon    George Barclay    Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  21 August 1935    CAR 3549-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1836           Nothing Lives Longer Than Love      George Barclay      Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra    11 September 1935 CAR 3576-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1836           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1836  Sorrento By The Sea     George Barclay    Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  11 September 1935 CAR 3577-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1837           Let's Fall In Love For The Last Time      George Barclay      Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra    11 September 1935 CAR 3578-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1837           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1837  Red Sails In The Sunset George Barclay    Mantovani & his Tipica Orchestra  11 September 1935 CAR 3579-1        London           

Regal Zonophone   MR 1838           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1838  Lonely Villa By The Sea Alan Breeze Billy Cotton & his Band  17 September 1935 CAR 3580-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1838           Gal From Armentieres    Alan Breeze Billy Cotton & his Band  17 September 1935 CAR 3581-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1839           Valparaiso  Chips Chippendall Billy Cotton & his Band 17 September 1935    CAR 3582-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1839           Good For Nothing  Alan Breeze & Chips Chippendall      Billy Cotton & his Band 17 September 1935 CAR 3583-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1840           What Harlem Is To Me    Alan Breeze Billy Cotton & his Band  15 July 1935      CAR 3527-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1840           Lovely Liza Lee   Chips Chippendall Billy Cotton & his Band  15 July 1935      CAR 3540-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1841           Swingin' The Lead       Six Swingers      13 September 1935  CAR 3585-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1841           Weather Man Marjorie Stedeford      Six Swingers      13 September 1935    CAR 3584-1      London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1842           Sophisticated Lady            harm. Larry Adler 6 September 1935    CA 15218-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1842           Tiger Rag         harm. Larry Adler 6 September 1935  CA 15220-1           London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1843           I Won't Dance/Lovely To Look At           harm. Larry Adler                              <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1843           Smoke Gets In Your Eyes       harm. Larry Adler w, Carroll Gibbons & his Orchestra     12 December 1934  CA 14816-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1844           Solitude          harm. Larry Adler 6 September 1935  CA 15217-1           London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1844     The   Continental       harm. Larry Adler w. Carroll Gibbons & his Orchestra     12 December 1934  CA 14818-1        London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1845           Serenade    Gracie Fields (comedienne) and Tommy Fields            26 June 1928      Bb 13580-1  reissue of HMV B 3104   Hayes, Middlesex       

Regal Zonophone   MR 1845           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1845  Laugh, Clown, Laugh     Gracie Fields (comedienne) and Tommy Fields            6 July 1928 Bb 14040-3  reissue of HMV B 2782   Hayes, Middlesex       

Regal Zonophone   MR 1846           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1846  In My Little Bottom Drawer    Gracie Fields (comedienne)      O/Ray Noble 1 July 1934 0B 7295-2   reissue of HMV B 8209   London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1846           My Blue Heaven    Gracie Fields (comedienne)          3 May 1928    Bb 13261-1  reissue of HMV B 2733   Hayes, Middlesex       

Regal Zonophone   MR 1847           
Regal
Zonophone MR 1847  I Haven't Been The Same Girl Since  Gracie Fields (comedienne)      O/Clifford Greenwood    19 May 1935 0EA 1878-2  reissue of HMV B 8331      London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1847           You Haven't Altered A Bit     Gracie Fields (comedienne)      O/Clifford Greenwood    1 February 1935   0EA 757-2   reissue of HMV B 8298   London           <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1848           Gondoliers - Selection - Part 1 (For The Merriest Fellows Are We/There Lived A King/A Right Down Regular Royal Queen)       org. Reginald Dixon                                  <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1848           Gondoliers - Selection - Part 2 (Take A Pair Of Sparkling Eyes/No Possible Doubt Whatsoever/Chorus And Dance)         org. Reginald Dixon                                  <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1849     The   Whistler And His Dog          Foden's Motor Works Band      27 September 1935CAR 3610-1                   <br/p> >Regal Zonophone   MR 1849           Hunting Medley (Intro: Post Horn Galop with solo cornet by Harry Mortimer)            Foden's Motor Works Band (solo cornet Harry Mortimer)27 September 1935    CAR 3609