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Parlophone F100 Series. F200 to F349  

Cat. No. Artist Title Matrix Release Date Composer(s) Recording Date Previous Issue
F 200 Three Virtuosos (on three pianos) Three jolly fellows          
F 200 Three Virtuosos (on three pianos) Little silhouette          
F 201 Jolly Campers, The Polka Italienne          
F 201 Jolly Campers, The Here comes the bogey man          
F 202 Henry King and his Orchestra Chasing shadows          
F 202 Henry King and his Orchestra Footloose and fancy free          
F 203 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music I''m goin'' shoppin'' with you CE 7070     09-Jul-35  
F 203 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Shadows in the moonlight CE 7071     09-Jul-35  
F 204 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel I won''t dance (fox trot) (from film ''Roberta'') CE 7098   Hammerstein-Harbach-Kern-Fields-McHugh 10-Jul-35  
F 204 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Lovely to look at (fox trot) (from film ''Roberta'') CE 7099   Kern-Fields-McHugh 10-Jul-35  
F 205 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel According to the moonlight CE 7102     16-Jul-35  
F 205 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel It''s an old Southern custom CE 7103     16-Jul-35  
F 206 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Here''s to you and love CE 7100     16-Jul-35  
F 206 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Look up and laugh CE 7101     16-Jul-35  
F 207 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Campesina (rumba) CE 7096   Lucchesi 10-Jul-35  
F 207 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel South American Joe CE 7097     10-Jul-35  
F 208 Harry Roy''s Tiger-Ragamuffins (on two pianos, with string bass, drums and Hawaiian guitar Waltz medley - Part 1 Intro: Ah! sweet mystery of life; Falling in love again; Charmaine CE 6984   - May-35  
F 208 Harry Roy''s Tiger-Ragamuffins (on two pianos, with string bass, drums and Hawaiian guitar Waltz medley - Part 2 Intro: Ramona; Missouri waltz; What''ll I do CE 6985   - May-35  
F 209 Nat Gonella and his Georgians (with vocal refrain by Nat Gonella) St Louis blues CE 7084   Handy 24-Jul-35  
F 209 Nat Gonella and his Georgians (with ''scat'' chorus by Nat Gonella and tenor sax by Pat Smuts) Farewell blues CE 7085   Rappolo, Mares, Schoebel 24-Jul-35  
F 210 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Black coffee CE 7086     24-Jul-35  
F 210 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Lazy river CE 7087     24-Jul-35  
F 211 Joe Daniels and his Hot Shots in Drumnasticks Sweet Sue CE 7069     28-Jun-35  
F 211 Joe Daniels and his Hot Shots in Drumnasticks St Louis blues CE 7068   Handy 17-Jul-35  
F 212 Eddie Carroll and his Music Romantic waltz medley  CE 7019     08-Jun-35  
F 212 Eddie Carroll and his Music Sweet memories medley CE 7021     08-Jun-35  
F 213 Phil Green and his Rhythm George White''s Scandals 1935 selection - Part 1 CE 7022     05-Jun-35  
F 213 Phil Green and his Rhythm George White''s Scandals 1935 selection - Part 2 CE 7023     05-Jun-35  
F 214 Billy Bartholomew and his Dance Orchestra First kiss, The          
F 214 Billy Bartholomew and his Dance Orchestra How do I know it''s Sunday?          
F 215 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Music puts me in the strangest mood CE 7078     09-Jul-35  
F 215 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Louisiana fairy tale CE 7079     09-Jul-35  
F 216 Patrick Colbert and his Roadhouse Six  Good green acres, The          
F 216 Patrick Colbert and his Roadhouse Six  Oregon trail, The          
F 217 Gerry Moore (Piano solo) Ev''ry day          
F 217 Gerry Moore (Piano solo) If my love could talk          
F 218 Robert Renard Orchestra Amargura          
F 218 Robert Renard Orchestra Lucetta          
F 219 Mills Cavalcade Orchestra Rhythm lullaby          
F 219 Mills Cavalcade Orchestra Lovely Liza Lee          
F 220 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Red sails in the sunset CE 7139     10-Sep-35  
F 220 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Ev''ry single little tingle of my heart CE 7144     11-Sep-35  
F 221 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Wheel of the wagon is broken, The CE 7142     11-Sep-35  
F 221 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Nothing lives longer than love CE 7143     11-Sep-35  
F 222 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Valparaiso CE 7140     10-Sep-35  
F 222 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Cuban moonlight CE 7141     10-Sep-35  
F 223 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Cowboy in Manhattan CE 7114     23-Jul-35  
F 223 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Love and a dime CE 7115     23-Jul-35  
F 224 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Mammy, I''ll sing about you CE 7080     17-Jul-35  
F 224 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel She''s a Latin from Manhattan CE 7081     17-Jul-35  
F 225 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel About a quarter to nine CE 7082     17-Jul-35  
F 225 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Go into your dance CE 7116     23-Jul-35  
F 226 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Sensation CE 7145     11-Sep-35  
F 226 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Strange blues CE 7147     11-Sep-35  
F 227 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Sweet and hot CE 7146     11-Sep-35  
F 227 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Squareface CE 7148     11-Sep-35  
F 228 Nat Gonella and his Georgians (featuring Jimmy Messini) Lullaby of the Volga CE 7117   Leo Towers, Rodd Arden 11-Sep-35  
F 228 Nat Gonella and his Georgians (featuring Jimmy Messini) Solitude CE 7118   E de Lange, Mills, Ellington 11-Sep-35  
F 229 Washboard Serenaders, The Dear old Southland CE 7109     19-Jul-35  
F 229 Washboard Serenaders, The Lonesome road CE 7112     19-Jul-35  
F 230 Valaida with Billy Mason and his Orchestra Imagination          
F 230 Valaida with Billy Mason and his Orchestra Sing you sinners          
F 231 Phil Green and his Rhythm Casino de Paree selection CE 7090     12-Jul-35  
F 231 Phil Green and his Rhythm Roberta selection CE 7091     12-Jul-35  
F 232 Phil Green and his Orchestra Tango medley Part 1 CE 7124     29-Aug-35  
F 232 Phil Green and his Orchestra Tango medley Part 2 CE 7125     29-Aug-35  
F 233 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Red sails in the sunset          
F 233 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Murder in the moonlight          
F 234 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Dream shadows          
F 234 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I couldn''t believe my eyes          
F 235 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Star gazing CE 7149     11-Sep-35  
F 235 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Good for nothing CE 7150     11-Sep-35  
F 236 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Fox Trot medley Part 1 CE 7120     24-Jul-35  
F 236 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Fox Trot medley Part 2 CE 7121     24-Jul-35  
F 237 Three Virtuosos (on three pianos) Frolics          
F 237 Three Virtuosos (on three pianos) Smiles and cheers          
F 238 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Night in the desert          
F 238 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Flowery path, The          
F 239 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra Nana CE 7128     30-Aug-35  
F 239 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra Life begins with love CE 7130     30-Aug-35  
F 240 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra You''re dancing on my heart CE 7129     30-Aug-35  
F 240 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra Love passes by CE 7131     30-Aug-35  
F 241 Robert Renard Orchestra Nights on the Plata          
F 241 Robert Renard Orchestra Thousand blossoms on the air, A          
F 242 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Looking at you CE 2339       (from R342)
F 242 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Let''s fall in love CE 2334        
F 243 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) What is this thing called love?         (fromR343)
F 243 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I''m a gigolo          
F 244 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Little things you do, The CE 3190       (from R639)
F 244 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) With a song in my heart CE 3191        
F 245 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Wind in the willows, The CE 3200       (from R646)
F 245 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Fond of you CE 3189        
F 246 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Lawd you made the night too long CE 4509       (from R1198)
F 246 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Can''t we talk it over CE 4510        
F 247 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) You are too beautiful CE 6084       (from R1546)
F 247 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) No thrill at all CE 6085        
F 248 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) One tiny tear         (from R1551)
F 248 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) It''s best to forget          
F 249 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Lover         (from R1595)
F 249 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Let''s call it a day          
F 250 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Dusty shoes CE 6197       (from R1647/R1483)
F 250 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) My love song CE 5033   Sonny Miller-John Burnaby  
F 251 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Close your eyes          
F 251 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Did you ever see a dream walking?          
F 252 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) So shy         (from R1747)
F 252 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Dark clouds          
F 253 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Everything I have is yours         (from R1755)
F 253 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) It''s only a paper moon          
F 254 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) This little piggie went to market CE 6389       (from R1773)
F 254 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I''ll follow my secret heart CE 6390        
F 255 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) One morning in May         (from R1801)
F 255 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) That''s love          
F 256 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) In other words, we''re through         (from R1818)
F 256 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) You have taken my heart          
F 257 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) After all, you''re all I''m after         (from R1831)
F 257 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) True          
F 258 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) As far as I''m concerned CE 6485       (from R 1856)
F 258 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Little man you''ve had a busy day CE 6488        
F 259 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Very thought of you, The CE 6486       (from R 1867)
F 259 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Over my shoulder; When you''ve got a little Springtime in your heart CE 6487        
F 260 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) All I do is dream of you         (from R 1885)
F 260 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) It''s all forgotten now          
F 261 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) For all we know CE 6595       (from R1909)
F 261 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Ache in my heart, The CE 6594        
F 262 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Isle of Capri CE 6608       (from R1922)
F 262 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) With my eyes wide open, I''m dreaming CE 6609        
F 263 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) This is no sin CE 6643       (from R1931)
F 263 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Dreaming a dream (from ''Yes Madam'') CE 6644   R P Weston, Bert Lee, J Waller, J Tunbridge    
F 264 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) As I sit here         (from R1950)
F 264 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I travel alone          
F 265 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Smoke gets in your eyes CE 6684       (from R1971)
F 265 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I saw stars CE 6685        
F 266 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) June in January          
F 266 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I only have eyes for you          
F 267 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Wish me good luck, kiss me goodbye          
F 267 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Hands across the table          
F 268 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Blue Moon CE 6841       (from R2044)
F 268 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) You and the night and the music CE 6843        
F 269 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Back to those happy days          
F 269 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Maybe I''m wrong again          
F 270 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Because of once upon a time          
F 270 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Down by the river          
F 271 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Vienna in Springtime CE 6926       (from R2059)
F 271 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) With all my heart and soul CE 6927        
F 272 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Love was a song CE 6925       (from R2060)
F 272 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Bridal waltz, The CE 6928        
F 273 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Zing! Went the strings of my heart (''Gay Dceivers'') CE 6983        
F 273 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) If the moon turns green CE 6982        
F 274 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Anything goes CE 6987       (from R2085)
F 274 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Two little babes in the wood CE 6986        
F 275 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Leech, The          
F 275 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Why was I born          
F 276 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Kiss me goodnight          
F 276 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Love is everywhere          
F 277 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Wake!          
F 277 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Two tired eyes          
F 278 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Lulu''s back in town CE 7173     08-Oct-35  
F 278 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Outside of you CE 7174     08-Oct-35  
F 279 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Roll along, prairie moon CE 7175     08-Oct-35  
F 279 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Headin'' home CE 7176     08-Oct-35  
F 280 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Sweet and slow CE 7171     08-Oct-35  
F 280 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Don''t be afraid to tell your Mother CE 7172     08-Oct-35  
F 281 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Dennis the Menace from Venice CE 7177     08-Oct-35  
F 281 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel My young man is ever so nice CE 7178     08-Oct-35  
F 282 Harry Roy''s Tiger Ragamuffins Gershwin Fox Trot medley - Part 1 CE 6956      16-May-35  
F 282 Harry Roy''s Tiger Ragamuffins Gershwin Fox Trot medley - Part 2 CE 6957      16-May-35  
F 283 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Ghost of Dinah, The CE 7193     06-Oct-35  
F 283 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Truckin'' CE 7201     06-Oct-35  
F 284 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Oh! Peter (you''re so nice) CE 7191     06-Oct-35  
F 284 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Pidgin English hula CE 7192     06-Oct-35  
F 285 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Whenever I think of you CE 7195    

  10-Oct-35

 
F 285 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) I feel a song coming on CE 7196       10-Oct-35  
F 286 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) My heart is haunted CE 7197       10-Oct-35  
F 286 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) East of the sun CE 7198       10-Oct-35  
F 287 Marcel Palotti (organ solo) Serenade           
F 287 Marcel Palotti (organ solo) Volga song          
F 288 Joe Paradise and his Music Solitude CE 7166     24-Sep-35  
F 288 Joe Paradise and his Music Limehouse blues CE 7165     25-Sep-35  
F 289 Pattricia Rossborough (pianoforte solo) Broadway Melody of 1936 selection          
F 289 Pattricia Rossborough (pianoforte solo) Please Teacher selection          
F 290 Patrick Colbert (Bass) Cotton          
F 290 Patrick Colbert (Bass) When the first piccaninny was born          
F 291 Barry Gray I''m in the mood for love          
F 291 Barry Gray Ballad in blue          
F 292 Phil Green and his Orchestra Every Night at Eight selection CE 7179     02-Oct-35  
F 292 Phil Green and his Orchestra Big Broadcast of1936, The selection CE 7180     02-Oct-35  
F 293 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Harmony Lane selection (Stephen Foster melodies) -Part 1 CE 7187     04-Oct-35  
F 293 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Harmony Lane selection (Stephen Foster melodies) -Part 2 CE 7188     04-Oct-35  
F 294 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music What Harlem is to me CE 7163     18-Sep-35  
F 294 Pat Hyde and her Swing Music Weather man CE 7164     18-Sep-35  
F 295 Robert Renard Orchestra Loveliest of women, The          
F 295 Robert Renard Orchestra Stay with me forever          
F 296 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Hawaiian berceuse          
F 296 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Tears of love          
F 297 Gerry Moore (Piano solo) Truckin''          
F 297 Gerry Moore (Piano solo) Send me          
F 298 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Cheek to cheek CE 7189     09-Oct-35  
F 298 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Piccolino, The CE 7190     09-Oct-35  
F 299 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Wyoming in the gloaming CE 7203     12-Oct-35  
F 299 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra For you Madonna CE 7206     12-Oct-35  
F 300 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Rose in her hair, The CE 7204     12-Oct-35  
F 300 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Just as long as the world goes round and around CE 7205     12-Oct-35  
F 301 Fred Stein Tango medley          
F 301 Fred Stein Fox Trot medley          
F 302 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Red pepper (A spicy rag) CE 7083     17-Jul-35  
F 302 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Mammy song CE 7202     09-Oct-35  
F 303 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Isn''t this a lovely day CE 7208     22-Oct-35  
F 303 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Top Hat, White tie and tails CE 7209     22-Oct-35  
F 304 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Truckin'' on down CE 7207     22-Oct-35  
F 304 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Stars over Devon CE 7210     22-Oct-35  
F 305 Elsie and Doris Waters Park yourself close to me CE 2877       R507
F 305 Elsie and Doris Waters In the parlour when the company''s gone CE 2878        
F 306 Elsie and Doris Waters Wedding bells CE 3612       R789
F 306 Elsie and Doris Waters In high society CE 3689        
F 307 Elsie and Doris Waters Party at Gert and Daisy''s Part 1 CE 3783       R833
F 307 Elsie and Doris Waters Party at Gert and Daisy''s Part 2 CE 3784        
F 308 Elsie and Doris Waters Tale of a hat CE 4342       R1091
F 308 Elsie and Doris Waters Hiccups CE 4343        
F 309 Elsie and Doris Waters Gert and Daisy''s Spring cleaning CE 4450        
F 309 Elsie and Doris Waters That''s the worst of having people upstairs CE 3046         
F 310 Elsie and Doris Waters Gert, Daisy, a Piano and how - Part 1 CE 4803   Elsie & Doris Waters   R1358
F 310 Elsie and Doris Waters Gert, Daisy, a Piano and how - Part 2 CE 4804        
F 311 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Dinner for one please, James CE 7228        
F 311 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Homestead CE 7225        
F 312 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Muchacha CE 7236     01-Nov-35  
F 312 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Lady in red, The CE 7238     01-Nov-35  
F 313 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Gaucho, The CE 7237     01-Nov-35  
F 313 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Let''s go ballyhoo CE 7255     05-Nov-35  
F 314 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Broadway rhythm CE 7253     05-Nov-35  
F 314 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel You''re an eyeful of Heaven CE 7254     05-Nov-35  
F 315 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Make funny faces at your neighbours CE 7235     01-Nov-35  
F 315 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Klondyke Kate CE 7256     08-Nov-35  
F 316 Harry Roy''s Tiger Ragamuffins Fox Trot medley - Part 1 CE 6993      21-May-35  
F 316 Harry Roy''s Tiger Ragamuffins Fox Trot medley - Part 2 CE 6994      21-May-35  
F 317 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Sheik of Araby, The CE 7215     29-Oct-35  
F 317 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Capri caprice CE 7224     30-Oct-35  
F 318 Nat Gonella and his Georgians New Orleans twist CE 7221     30-Oct-35  
F 318 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Chicago CE 7222     30-Oct-35  
F 319 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Sophisticated Lady CE 7216     29-Oct-35  
F 319 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Jealous CE 7223     30-Oct-35  
F 320 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Misty islands of the Highlands CE 7247     05-Nov-35  
F 320 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra You are my lucky star CE 7248     05-Nov-35  
F 321 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra I wished on the moon (fox trot) (from film ''Big Broadcast of 1936'') CE 7249   Parker-Rainger 05-Nov-35  
F 321 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Sweetest music this side of Heaven, The (slow fox trot)  CE 7250   Friend-Lombardo 05-Nov-35  
F 322 Joe Daniels and his Hot Shots in Drumnasticks Chinatown, my Chinatown CE 7241     06-Nov-35  
F 322 Joe Daniels and his Hot Shots in Drumnasticks In the shade of the old apple tree CE 7242     06-Nov-35  
F 323 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) In the dark          
F 323 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) To call you my own          
F 324 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) Sweet dreams sweetheart          
F 324 Leslie Hutchinson (at the Piano) As long as our hearts are young          
F 325 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra What a night CE 7231     03-Oct-35  
F 325 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra We''re friends again CE 7233     03-Oct-35  
F 326 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra Kisses are dewdrops CE 7232     03-Oct-35  
F 326 Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra Wht stars come out at night CE 7234     03-Oct-35  
F 327 Joe Paradise and his Music Lady be good CE 7167     24-Sep-35  
F 327 Joe Paradise and his Music Sweet Sue - just you CE 7168     24-Sep-35  
F 328 Phil Green and his Orchestra In Caliente selection CE 7181     02-Oct-35  
F 328 Phil Green and his Orchestra Two for Tonight selection CE 7182     02-Oct-35  
F 329 Paul Pendarvis and his Orchestra Page Miss Glory c-218     Aug-35  
F 329 Paul Pendarvis and his Orchestra Accent on youth c-219     Aug-35  
F 330 Robert Renard Orchestra Sparrows, The          
F 330 Robert Renard Orchestra Laughing saxophone          
F 331 Patricia Rossborough (Piano solo) Hooray for Love selection          
F 331 Patricia Rossborough (Piano solo) I''m in love all over again          
F 332 Marcel Palotti (organ solo) O sole mio          
F 332 Marcel Palotti (organ solo) Ej uchnjem; Stenka rasin          
F 333 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Old water mill, An Bi2125        
F 333 Andy''s Southern Serenaders Nigger doll''s parade Bi2127        
F 334 Josef Preeissler (accordion solo) Folie de Musette (waltz)          
F 334 Josef Preeissler (accordion solo) Sabine (waltz)          
F 335 Banjo Symphonic Orchestra Flowers of love (waltz)          
F 335 Banjo Symphonic Orchestra Stream in the valley, The (waltz)          
F 336 Len Bermon (vocalist) About a quarter to nine          
F 336 Len Bermon (vocalist) Hit songs medley          
F 337 Zabaleta (Casali barrel organ) Life in Spain          
F 337 Zabaleta (Casali barrel organ) Water, candy and liquor (Spanish bargee''s song)          
F 338 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Out of the Rag Bag - Part 1Intro: Haunting rag; That mysterious rag; He''s a rag picker CE 7287     22-Nov-35  
F 338 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Out of the Rag Bag - Part 2 Intro: Bugle call rag; Temptation rag; Twelfth Street rag CE 7270     08-Nov-35  
F 339 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel I can wiggle my ears CE 7289     22-Nov-35  
F 339 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Everything''s in rhythm with my heart CE 7290     22-Nov-35  
F 340 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Honey coloured moon CE 7261     22-Nov-35  
F 340 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Music hath charms CE 7282     22-Nov-35  
F 341 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Some other time CE 7294     22-Nov-35  
F 341 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra On Treasure Island CE 7295     22-Nov-35  
F 342 Bunkhouse Boys, The Take me back to my boots and saddle CE 7298     21-Nov-35  
F 342 Bunkhouse Boys, The Twenty miles to nowhere CE 7299     21-Nov-35  
F 343 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Six-Eight medley Part 1 Intro: Valencia; Ca c''est Paris; Picador CE 6991     22-May-35  
F 343 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Six-Eight medley Part 2 CE 6992     22-May-35  
F 344 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Sugar plum CE 7335     08-Dec-35  
F 344 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel I''m sittin'' high on a hill CE 7336     08-Dec-35  
F 345 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Dance Dolores CE 7333     08-Dec-35  
F 345 Harry Roy and his Orchestra from the Mayfair Hotel Street in Havana (Caramba!) CE 7334     08-Dec-35  
F 346 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Georgia rockin'' chair CE 7293     20-Nov-35  
F 346 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Georgia medley          
F 347 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Yeah! Man CE 7291     20-Nov-35  
F 347 Nat Gonella and his Georgians Japanese sandman CE 7292     20-Nov-35  
F 348 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Love is like a cigarette CE 7327     07-Dec-35  
F 348 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra I send my love with these roses CE 7328     07-Dec-35  
F 349 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Little bit independent, A CE 7329     07-Dec-35  
F 349 Maurice Winnick and his Orchestra Sailing home with the tidde CE 7330     07-Dec-35  

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