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Imperial 2601  Me! w.m. Irving Berlin Ruth Etting  9 September 1931 10799-1 Perfect 12754 New York   
Imperial 2601  Have You Forgotten?  Ruth Etting with orchestra 24 July 1931 10739-3-4- Perfect 12739 New York   
Imperial 2602  Eleven More Months And Ten More Days Fields, Hall The Lone Star Ranger with novelty accompaniment 5 February 1930 9341-1-2-3 reissue of 2274 New York   
Imperial 2602  Will The Angels Play Their Harp For Me?  Frank Luther  13 November 1928 8310- reissue of 2216 New York   
Imperial 2603  Tom Thumb's Drum  Sam Browne Jay Wilbur & his Band 25 November 1931 5912-1-2  London   
Imperial 2603  Close Your Eyes  Sam Browne Jay Wilbur & his Band 25 November 1931 5913-1-2  London   
Imperial 2604  Cavalcade - Selection - Part 1 (Soldiers Of The Queen/Goodbye, Dolly Gray/Goodbye, My Bluebell/Lover Of My Dreams/I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside)  Chorus (sings Soldiers Of The Queen) & Leslie Rome (sings I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside) Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 24 November 1931 5910-2  London   
Imperial 2604  Cavalcade - Selection - Part 2 (Alexander's Ragtime Band/When You Come Back Again/Tipperary/Twentieth Century Blues/Land Of Hope And Glory)  Chorus (sings When You Come Back Again) & John Thorne & chorus (sing Land Of Hope And Glory) Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 24 November 1931 5911-1  London   
Imperial 2605  Yodel Odle  Albert Whelan with orchestra November 1931 5909-2  London   
Imperial 2605  Rhymes  Albert Whelan with orchestra November 1931 5908-2  London   
Imperial 2606  Speak to Me of Love (Parlez-Moi D'Amour)  Jack Gordon        
Imperial 2606  Springtime Reminds Me of You   Jack Gordon
Imperial 2607  I’m Gonna Yodel My Way to Heaven   Frankie Marvin & his Guitar
Imperial 2607  I’m in the Jail House Now    Frankie Marvin & his Guitar
Imperial 2608  Yes! Yes! (My Baby Said "Yes! Yes!")  Hal Swain Hal Swain & his Band December 1931 5926-2  London
Imperial 2608  Sleepy-Time Down South  Les Allen Hal Swain & his Band December 1931 5927-3-4  London
Imperial 2609  Sing A Little Jingle  Billy Scott-Coomber Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 Deccember 1931 5932-2  London   
Imperial 2609  This Is The Missus  Billy Scott-Coomber Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 Deccember 1931 5933-2  London   
Imperial 2610  Sweet And Lovely   org. Lew White       
Imperial 2610  Guilty  Frank Munn org. Lew White       
Imperial 2611  Colonel Bogey   Irish Guards Band       
Imperial 2611  Sons Of The Brave   Irish Guards Band       
Imperial 2612  Just Once For All Time  John Thorne +3 Jay Wilbur's Concert Orchestra c. 14 December 1931 5937-1  London   
Imperial 2612  Live, Laugh And Love  John Thorne +3 Jay Wilbur's Concert Orchestra c. 14 December 1931 5936-  London   
Imperial 2613  Auld Scots Pals o’ Mine   Tom Kinniburgh
Imperial 2613  Granny’s Hielan’ Hame   Tom Kinniburgh
Imperial 2614  Lies  Talbot O'Farrell   5899-  London   
Imperial 2614  Why Can't We Be Sweethearts  Talbot O'Farrell     London   
Imperial 2615  Please, Teacher!  Florrie Forde with orchestra November-December 1931 5901-1  London   
Imperial 2615  Oh! What A Night!  Florrie Forde with orchestra November-December 1931 5902-2  London   
Imperial 2616  Just A Blue-Eyed Blonde  Hal Swain Hal Swain & his Band December 1931 5924-2  London   
Imperial 2616  Lies  Hal Swain Hal Swain & his Band December 1931 5925-1  London   
Imperial 2617  I Apologise  Tom Brown Sam Lanin & his Orchestra 13 August 1931 10765- Perfect 15508 New York   
Imperial 2617  Guilty  Gene Austin Gene Austin & his Orchestra 3 September 1931 10796-2  New York   
Imperial 2618  Shine On Harvest Moon   Roy Smeck's Vita Trio 12 September 1931 10805- Banner 32290 New York   
Imperial 2618  Kiss Me Goodnight, Not Goodbye  Chick Bullock Roy Smeck's Vita Trio c. October 1931 1495-3  New York   
Imperial 2619  Song Hit Memories Part 1(Piano Medley) Bretton Byrd
Imperial 2619  Song Hit Memories Part 2(Piano Medley) Bretton Byrd
Imperial 2620  A Scot’s Wooing Part 1   Tom Kinniburgh
Imperial 2620  A Scot’s Wooing Part 2   Tom Kinniburgh
Imperial 2621  Sweet and Lovely       Chick Bullock
Imperial 2621  For the Sake of the Days Gone By Pat O’Dell & Chick Hudson
Imperial 2622  She Jumped On Her Push Bike  Betty Bolton p. Ivor Dennis November 1931 5905-2  London
Imperial 2622  My Private Affair  Betty Bolton p. Ivor Dennis November 1931 5904-  London   
Imperial 2623  More Rhymes - Part 1  Leslie Sarony  30 November 1931 5949-1  London   
Imperial 2623  More Rhymes - Part 2  Leslie Sarony  30 November 1931 5950-1  London   
Imperial 2624  Who Am I?  Jack Gordon ( = Jack Plant) O/Jay Wilbur 1932      
Imperial 2624  It's The Girl (Oppenheim, Baer)  Russell Johns O/Jay Wilbur 1932      
Imperial 2625  Without That Gal!  Ruth Etting with orchestra 9 June 1931 10692-2 Perfect 12732 New York   
Imperial 2625  Love Letters In The Sand  Ruth Etting with orchestra 9 September 1931 10798-3 Perfect 12754 New York   
Imperial 2626  I'll Have To Tell My Mother  Randolph Sutton O/Jay Wilbur December 1931 5941-     
Imperial 2626  What's The Matter, Abie?  Randolph Sutton O/Jay Wilbur December 1931 5940-     
Imperial 2627  If I Didn't Have You  Gene Austin Gene Austin & his Orchestra ( = Lou Gold) 17 September 1931 10793-7 Perfect 15521 New York   
Imperial 2627  Who Am I?  Gene Austin Gene Austin & his Orchestra ( = Lou Gold) 19 August 1931 10777-6 Perfect 15513 New York   
Imperial 2628  Today I Feel So Happy  Billy Scott-Coomber Jay Wilbur & his Band 8 January 1932 5959-1  London   
Imperial 2628  Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries  Dick Robertson Eubie Blake & his Orchestra September 1931 1477-2-3 Crown 3193 New York   
Imperial 2629  Oh Mo'nah Washburn, Weems Billy Scott-Coomber & chorus Jay Wilbur & his Band 8 January 1932 5957-2-3  London   
Imperial 2629  When The Circus Comes To Town  John Thorne Jay Wilbur & his Band    London   
Imperial 2630  Carry On   Band Of H.M. Irish Guards       
Imperial 2630  The Prosperity Song   Band Of H.M. Irish Guards       
Imperial 2631  Dinah (Vocal Novelty)   Red (Pepper) Sam
Imperial 2631  Nobody’s Sweetheart Vocal Novelty   Red (Pepper) Sam
Imperial 2632  Close Your Eyes   Russell Johns
Imperial 2632  When the Waltz was Through   Jack Gordon
Imperial 2633  I Apologise  The Strollers (male quartette)  28 September 1931 10808- Perfect 12755    
Imperial 2633  I Don't Know Why (I Just Do!)  The Strollers (male quartette)  17 September 1931 10807- Perfect 12755    
Imperial 2634  Hospitality House  Florrie Forde with orchestra November-December 1931 5897-1  London   
Imperial 2634  Follow Your Uncle Bob  Florrie Forde with orchestra November-December 1931 5898-1  London   
Imperial 2635  Cuban Love Song Waltz   Vic Irwin & his Orchestra
Imperial 2635  The Peanut Vendor Cuban   San Reiyio Rumba Orchestra
Imperial 2636  That's Why Darkies Were Born  Bob & Alf Pearson (Britain's Greatest Syncopated Duettists) p. Bob Pearson  5961     
Imperial 2636  My Mystery Girl  Bob & Alf Pearson (Britain's Greatest Syncopated Duettists)        
Imperial 2637  My Song  Chick Bullock Philip Spitalny & his Orchestra 18 September 1931 10810-2 Perfect 15522 New York   
Imperial 2637  You Call It Madness  Chick Bullock Philip Spitalny & his Orchestra 18 September 1931 10809-2 Perfect 15522 New York   
Imperial 2638  Three Little Times  Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 January 1932 5971-1-2  London   
Imperial 2638  One Little Quarrel  Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 January 1932 5972-2  London   
Imperial 2639  Home  Bob & Alf Pearson  Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 12 January 1932 5977-2  London   
Imperial 2639  Love Letters In The Sand  Bob & Alf Pearson  Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 January 1932 5970-1  London   
Imperial 2640  12th Street Rag   Roy Smeck's Vita Trio 12 September 1931 1804-5 Perfect 11327 New York   
Imperial 2640  Farewell Blues   Roy Smeck's Vita Trio 17 September 1931 10812-3 Perfect 11327 New York   
Imperial 2641  Home  Bob & Alf Pearson (Britain's Greatest Syncopated Duettists)        
Imperial 2641  Consolation  Bob & Alf Pearson (Britain's Greatest Syncopated Duettists)        
Imperial 2642  Naw, I Don't Wanna Be Rich  Carson J. Robison        
Imperial 2642  Twenty-one Years  Carson Robison Trio  13 October 1931 10875-3 Perfect 12759 New York   
Imperial 2643  A Faded Summer Love   Irving Kaufmann
Imperial 2643  Sentenced for Life   Billy Scott-Coomber
Imperial 2644  He Played His Ukulele As His Ship Went Down - Part 1  Randolph Sutton        
Imperial 2644  He Played His Ukulele As His Ship Went Down - Part 2  Randolph Sutton        
Imperial 2645  Shine On, Harvest Moon  Ruth Etting  28 July 1931 10725-4-5 Perfect 12737 New York   
Imperial 2645  If I Didn't Have You  Ruth Etting with orchestra 6 October 1931 10827-1-3 Perfect 12757 New York   
Imperial 2646  He Played His Ukulele As His Ship Went Down - Part 1  Leslie Sarony Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 28 January 1932 6000-1  London   
Imperial 2646  He Played His Ukulele As His Ship Went Down - Part 2  Leslie Sarony Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 28 January 1932 6001-1  London   
Imperial 2647  When The Rest Of The Crowd Goes Home  Jack Plant Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 28 January 1932 5999-1  London   
Imperial 2647  Long Ago   Jay Wilbur & his Band
Imperial 2648  Home   Reginald Foort on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ at the Regent, Kingston  5996     
Imperial 2648  Trees   Reginald Foort on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ at the Regent, Kingston       
Imperial 2649  Live, Laugh And Love Leigh, Heymann Miss Natalie Gray with orchestra January 1932 5994-2  London   
Imperial 2649  Just Once For All Time  Miss Natalie Gray with orchestra January 1932 5993-2  London   
Imperial 2650  Market Gardening  Harold Walden        
Imperial 2650  If Things Were To Happen Just So  Harold Walden        
Imperial 2651  One More Kiss, Then Goodnight  Jack Gordon        
Imperial 2651  Life's Desire  Jack Gordon        
Imperial 2652  Home  Ruth Etting with orchestra 11 December 1931 11065-2 Perfect 12771 New York   
Imperial 2652  All Of Me  Ruth Etting with orchestra 11 December 1931 11064-3 Perfect 12771 New York   
Imperial 2653  The Whistling Waltz   Roma's Accordion Band       
Imperial 2653  Mona Lisa   Roma's Accordion Band       
Imperial 2654  By The Fireside  Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 February 1932 6019-1-3  London   
Imperial 2654  Goodnight, little Girl , Goodnight  Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 11 February 19320 6020-1-2  London   
Imperial 2655  The Skaters' Waltz   xyl. Teddy Brown       
Imperial 2655  Raymond Overture   xyl. Teddy Brown       
Imperial 2656  Save The Last Dance For Me  Paul Small Roy Smeck's Vita Trio 31 December 1931 11083-1 Perfect 11330 New York
Imperial 2656  Home  Paul Small Roy Smeck's Vita Trio 31 December 1931 11082-2 Perfect 11330 New York   
Imperial 2657  The Crocodile  John Thorne & chorus with orchestra       
Imperial 2657  Pretty Polly Perkins Of Paddington Green  John Thorne & chorus with orchestra       
Imperial 2658  "Hello, Twins"  Randolph Sutton  February-March 1932 6017-2  London   
Imperial 2658  My Bluebird's Back Again  Randolph Sutton  February-March 1932 6018-2  London   
Imperial 2659  We’ll Be Together Again   Bob & Alf Pearson
Imperial 2659  Sunshine and Roses   Bob & Alf Pearson
Imperial 2660  A Bird In A Gilded Cage Von Tilzer Florrie Forde with orchestra February-March 1932 6016-2  London   
Imperial 2660  Are We To Part Like This? Castling, Collins Florrie Forde with orchestra February-March 1932 6015-2  London   
Imperial 2661  Save The Last Dance For Me Hirsch, Magine, Spitalny Morton Downey (tenor)  4 January 1932 11085-1-3 Perfect 12783 New York   
Imperial 2661  Just Friends Lewis, Klenner Morton Downey (tenor)  4 January 1932 11084-1 Perfect 12783 New York   
Imperial 2662  Open Up Dem Pearly Gates For Me  Carson Robison Trio  April 1929 108741-1  New York   
Imperial 2662  In The Cumberland Mountains  Carson Robison Trio  13 October 1931 10874-4 Perfect 12759 New York   
Imperial 2663  The Mocking Bird Went "Cuckoo"  Betty Bolton with orchestra February 1932 5951-  London   
Imperial 2663  The Party's Getting Rough  Betty Bolton with orchestra February 1932 5952-  London   
Imperial 2663  The Party's Getting Rough  Betty Bolton with orchestra February 1932 6007-2  London   
Imperial 2664  Now's The Time To Fall In Love  Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6029-1  London   
Imperial 2664  Only Me Knows Why  Jack Payne & chorus Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6030-4-5  London   
Imperial 2665  Now That You've Gone  Les Allen Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6027-1-2  London   
Imperial 2665  Blues In My Heart  Billy Scott Coomber Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6028-1-1  London
Imperial 2666  By The Sycamore Tree  Les Allen Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6026-1-2  London   
Imperial 2666  An Ev'ning In Caroline  Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6025-1-5  London   
Imperial 2667  Riddles - Part 1  Jack Payne, Billy Scott-Coomber & chorus Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6023-4-6  London   
Imperial 2667  Riddles - Part 2  Jack Payne, Jack Jackson & Billy Scott-Coomber Jack Payne & his Band c. 11 March 1932 6024-3-4-5  London   
Imperial 2668  Easter Service Part 1   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2668  Easter Service Part 2   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2669  Ave (The Lourdes Hymn)   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2669  Daily, Daily, Sing To Mary   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2670  Hail Glorious Saint Patrick   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2670  Holy God   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2671  Faith Of Our Fathers   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2671  Jesus My Lord   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2672  I'll Sing A Hymn To Mary   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2672  To Jesu's Heart All Burning   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2673  Immaculate (Oh, Mother I Could Weep for Mirth) Recorded in Church
Imperial 2673  Soul Of My Saviour   Recorded in Church
Imperial 2674  The Lady Of My Dreams (Taught Me How To Play The Second Fiddle)  Les Allen Jay Wilbur & his Band 23 March 1932 6057-2  London   
Imperial 2674  Delishious  Johnny Davis Bob Causer's Cornelians (ARC) 22 December 1931 11071- Perfect 15556 New York   
Imperial 2675  Just Humming Along  Les Allen & The Carlyle Cousins Jay Wilbur & his Band 23 March 1932 6055-1  London   
Imperial 2675  The King Was In the Counting House  John Thorne Jay Wilbur & his Band 23 March 1932 6056-1-3  London   
Imperial 2676  Was That The Human Thing To Do?  Billy Scott-Coomber Jack Payne & his Band late March - early April 1932 6049-1  London   
Imperial 2676  She Didn't Say "Yes"  Jack Payne, Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning Jack Payne & his Band late March - early April 1932 6050-1-5  London   
Imperial 2677  Back Again (To Happy-Go-Lucky Days)  Leslie Holmes, Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning) Jack Payne & his Band late March - early April 1932 6046-1  London   
Imperial 2677  Hot Coffee  Billy Scott-Coomber Jack Payne & his Band c. 10 March 1932 6014-1  London   
Imperial 2678  The Angel's Lullaby   Roma's Accordion Band       
Imperial 2678  Leave Me Alone With My Dreams   Roma's Accordion Band       
Imperial 2679  El Abanico   Band Of H. M. Irish Guards       
Imperial 2679  Quand Madelon   Band Of H. M. Irish Guards       
Imperial 2680  All Of Me   Reginald Foort on the Mighty Wurlitzer at the Regal Cinema, Kingston       
Imperial 2680  An Ev'ning In Caroline   Reginald Foort on the Mighty Wurlitzer at the Regal Cinema, Kingston       
Imperial 2681  When the Rest of the Crowd Goes Home   Bob & Alf Pearson
Imperial 2681  If I Have To Go On Without You   Bob & Alf Pearson
Imperial 2682  Goodnight Vienna  Jack Gordon        
Imperial 2682  I'll Always Be True  Jack Gordon        
Imperial 2683  Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long  Randolph Sutton O/Jay Wilbur April 1932 6044-2  London   
Imperial 2683  In The Bushes At The Bottom Of The Garden  Randolph Sutton O/Jay Wilbur April 1932 6045-2  London   
Imperial 2684  Snuggled On Your Shoulder (Cuddled In Your Arms) Young, Lombardo Morton Downey (tenor)  15 February 1932 11285-1 Perfect 12788 New York   
Imperial 2684  Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear  Morton Downey (tenor)  15 February 1932 11284-2 Perfect 12788 New York   
Imperial 2685  Old Man Bluebeard  Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6042-2  London   
Imperial 2685  Perry Werry Winkle (Pi-Ro-Dee)  Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6043-2  London   
Imperial 2686  Stories (Stop Me If You've Heard This One)  Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6051-2  London   
Imperial 2686  Funny Stories  Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6052-1  London   
Imperial 2687  Dick Turpin's Ride To York - Part 1  Leslie Holmes with spoken words Jack Payne & chorus  late March - early April 1932 6047-2  London   
Imperial 2687  Dick Turpin's Ride To York - Part 2  Leslie Holmes with spoken words Jack Payne & Jack Jackson  late March - early April 1932 6048-2-3  London   
Imperial 2688  Ain't It Grand To Be Blooming Well Dead - Part 1 Leslie Sarony Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6064-2  London   
Imperial 2688  Ain't It Grand To Be Blooming Well Dead - Part 2 Leslie Sarony Leslie Sarony with orchestra c. April 1932 6065-2  London   
Imperial 2689  Lovely Little Silhouette  Bob & Alf Pearson        
Imperial 2689  Wond'ring  Bob & Alf Pearson        
Imperial 2690  All For The Love Of A Lady  Betty Warren with orchestra April 1932 6067-2  London   
Imperial 2690  Tell Me With A Love Song  Sylvia Cecil with orchestra April 1932 6089-2  London   
Imperial 2691  You'll Find Out  Betty Warren & Roy Barbour  April 1932 6068-  London   
Imperial 2691  With All My Love And Kisses  Betty Warren & Roy Barbour  April 1932 6069-  London   
Imperial 2692  Land Of Love And Laughter  Les Allen Sidney Firman & his Band April-May 1932 6075-1-2  London   
Imperial 2692  The Cough Drop Shop  Leslie Sarony Sidney Firman & his Band April-May 1932 6074-2  London   
Imperial 2693  Sailin' On The Robert E. Lee  Leslie Sarony Sidney Firman & his Band April-May 1932 6072-1  London   
Imperial 2693  The Little Toy Soldier (And His Little Rag Doll)  children Sidney Firman & his Band April-May 1932 6073-1  London   
Imperial 2694  The Turning Of The Tide  Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6058-1-4-5  London   
Imperial 2694  Day By Day  The Three Ginx Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6059-1  London   
Imperial 2695  On With The Show - Selection - Part 1 (Little Toy Soldier/With All My Love And Kisses/Day By Day/Sailing On The Robert E. Lee)  Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning (sing Day By Day) Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6062-5  London   
Imperial 2695  On With The Show - Selection - Part 2 (Kiss By Kiss/Lovely Little Silhouette/Tell Me With A Love Song/Turning Of The Tide)  Bob & Alf Pearson (sing Tell Me With A Love Song) Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6063-3-4  London   
Imperial 2696  Luana  Trevor Watkins        
Imperial 2696  Marta  Trevor Watkins        
Imperial 2697  What Makes You So Adorable?  Louis Spiro & Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 27 April 1932 6087-2-3  London   
Imperial 2697  Don't Tell A Soul  Cavan O'Connor Jay Wilbur & his Band c. 27 April 1932 6088-2-3  London   
Imperial 2698  Somebody Loves You  Billy Scott-Coomber, Bob Busby & Bob Manning Jack Payne & his Band May 1932 6085-1  London   
Imperial 2698  Majah General Thing A Me-Bob  Leslie Holmes Jack Payne & his Band May 1932 6086-1-2  London   
Imperial 2699  Snap Your Fingers - Clap Your Hands  Leslie Holmes Jack Payne & his Band May 1932 6090-1  London   
Imperial 2699  Snuggled On Your Shoulder (Cuddled In Your Arms)  Billy Scott-Coomber Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6060-2  London   
Imperial 2700  Five Minutes To Twelve  Bob & Alf Pearson Jack Payne & his Band April 1932 6061-6  London   
Imperial 2700  Goodnight, Vienna Marvell, Posford John Thorne Jack Payne & his Band May 1932 6084  London


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