More New Releases !

There have been several new releases available for download/streaming  in the last few months, these are : “Songs that Leslie Sarony Taught us Vol 2”, “The Bert Layton Recordings Vol 1” by Leslie Sarony, “78Man Favourites Vol 6”, “Charles Penrose Vol 2”, “Novelty songs of the ’20s and ’30s”, and “Durium Dance Band”. Track listings for each release are below. (For copyright reasons these releases are not available in the USA).

Songs That Leslie Sarony Taught Us Vol 2

(A second collection of cover versions of songs written or co-written by Leslie Sarony)

  1. Why Build A Wall Round A Graveyard?-Roy Fox and His Band (Decca F. 3762, 1933)
  2. I’m a Little Prairie Flower-Jack Jackson & His Band (Decca F. 6652, 1937)
  3. Mucking About the Garden-Jack Morrison (Broadcast 453, 1929)
  4. Madonna Mine-Billy Reid And His London Piano Accordion Band (Decca F. 5116, 1935)
  5. Once Aboard the Lugger-Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (Decca F. 2795, 1932)
  6. When the Band Goes Marching By-Jack Grose And His Metropole Players (Eclipse 265, 1932)
  7. Bunkey Doodle I Doh-Albert Whelan (The Victory 182, 1929)
  8. Ain’t Love Grand-Joe Loss And His Band (Regal Zonophone MR 2645, 1937)
  9. Rhymes, Pt. 1 and 2-Orpheus Dance Band (Zonophone 6016, 1932)
  10. More Rhymes, Pt. 1 and 2-George Buck And The Roysterers (Edison Bell Winner 5441, 1932)
  11. When the Guards Are on Parade-Arcadians Dance Orchestra (Zonophone 5937, 1931)
  12. Ain’t It Grand to Be Bloomin’ Well Dead-Primo Scala’s Accordian Band (Decca F. 9011, 1948)
  13. Snap Your Fingers, Clap Your Hands-Billy Cotton & His Band (Regal MR 583, 1932)
  14. Wheezy Anna-The Barmy Brothers (Regal Zonophone MR 830, 1933)
  15. Over the Garden Wall-Jack Payne & His BBC Dance Orchestra (Columbia CB 132, 1930)
  16. I Lift Up My Finger and I Say “Tweet Tweet”-Clarkson Rose (Zonophone 5342, 1929)
  17. Jollity Farm-Jack Payne & His BBC Dance Orchestra (Columbia 5729, 1930)
  18. Forty Seven Ginger Headed Sailors-Tommy Handley (Piccadilly 140, 1928)
  19. Clonkerty Clonk-Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (His Master’s Voice B 5321, 1927)
  20. Tom Thumb’s Drum-Tommy Kinsman And His Ciros Club Band (Sterno 845, 1932)

The Bert Layton Recordings Vol. 1 by Leslie Sarony (EP)

In 1931, Leslie Sarony recorded several records under the name Bert Layton for Woolworths’ Eclipse label. This EP contains four of those recordings.

  1. Lizzie, Come In and Shut That Door (Eclipse 55, 1931)
  2. I’m Happy When I’m Hiking (Eclipse 69, 1931)
  3. We Won’t Go Home Till Morning and Then We Won’t Go Home! (Eclipse 83, 1931)
  4. The Prosperity Song (Eclipse 69, 1931)

78Man Favourites, Vol 6

  1. The Music Goes ‘Round and Around-Hal Kemp And His Orchestra (Regal Zonophone C 22700, 1936)
  2. No! No! A Thousand Times No, Pt. 1 & 2-Fred Douglas & Bertha Willmott (Regal Zonophone MR 1502, 1934
  3. Mickey Mouse’s Birthday Party-Billy Cotton & His Band (Rex Records 8915, 1936)
  4. Sitting on a Five Barr’d Gate-Sharp & Flat (Piccadilly 696, 1931)
  5. Bees Are Buzzin’-Cicely Courtneidge (Columbia DB 2805, 1951)
  6. Put Your Worries Through the Mangle-Randolph Sutton (Edison Bell Radio 1426, 1931)
  7. Misery Farm-North And South (Parlophone R 288, 1928)
  8. Pass the Biscuits, Mirandy-Spike Jones & His City Slickers (His Master’s Voice B.D. 1207, 1948)
  9. Old Soldiers Never Die, Pt. 1 & 2-Gracie Fields (Rex Records 8618, 1935)
  10. Abide with Me-Grand Massed Brass Bands (Regal MR 663, 1932)
  11. Everybody’s Doing It-Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake Seven (His Master’s Voice B 8809, 1938)
  12. Gramophone Yodel-Daimler And Eadie (Eclipse 937, 1935)
  13. Constantinople-The Radio Imps (Imperial 1926, 1928)
  14. Three Little Fishes-Frankie Howerd (Harmony A1001, 1949)
  15. Turn On the Heat-Vincent Howard & His Dance Orchestra (Sterno 260, 1929)
  16. After the Night Before-Sammy Gay (Crown 83, 1935)
  17. At The Old Pig and Whistle-Harry Fay (Regal Zonophone MR 971, 1933)
  18. The ‘Amstead Way-Tessie O’Shea (Columbia DB 2232, 1947)
  19. The Flies Crawled Up the Window-Jack Hulbert (His Master’s Voice B 4263, 1932)
  20. Tip-Toe Thru’ the Tulips with Me-Solemn And Gay (Zonophone 5496, 1930)

78Man Presents Charles Penrose Volume 2

  1. Our Albert’s Accordeon-Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor (Columbia DB 1461, 1934)
  2. Jolly Coppers on Parade-Charles Penrose (Columbia DB 1461, 1934)
  3. The Laughing Scot, Jock McLean Fra’ Aberdeen-Charles Penrose (Piccadilly 230, 1929)
  4. Laugh and Grow Fat Like Me-Fred Arthurs (Columbia 2089, 1913)
  5. Laughing, Love and the Old Trombone-Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor (Columbia DB 266, 1930)
  6. Laughteritis-Charles Penrose (Columbia DB 302, 1930)
  7. He’d a Funny Little Way With Him-Charles Penrose (Winner 2155, 1912)
  8. Laughing Brown of Camden Town-Charlie Happy (Guardsman 2083, 1926)
  9. The Village Laugh-Smith-Charles Penrose (Columbia 4691, 1928)
  10. Laughing Railway Porter-Charles Penrose (Columbia DB 302, 1930)
  11. Laughing Through Part 1 and 2-Charles Penrose (Columbia DB 1010, 1931)
  12. The Laughing Yodeler-B. Gay and O. Joy (Sterno 541, 1929)
  13. The Laughing Wife and the Clarinet-Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor (Columbia DB 266, 1930)
  14. I Tried to Keep From Laughing-Charles Penrose (Winner 2155, 1912)
  15. The Artful Verger-Charles Penrose (Zonophone 1817, 1917)
  16. That Contagious Laugh-Charles Penrose (Zonophone 1817, 1917)
  17. An Irish Courtship-Charles Penrose & Leslie Hope (Regal G 8284, 1924)
  18. The Laughing Crazy Bassoon-The Laughtermongers (Decca F. 2226, 1931)
  19. The Laughing Curate-Fred Arthurs (Columbia 2089, 1913)
  20. The Piccadilly Laughing Band-Charles Penrose (Piccadilly 230, 1929)

78Man Presents Novelty Songs of the ’20s and ’30s

  1. I Laughed So Hard I Nearly Died-Billy Cotton & His Band (Regal Zonophone MR 747, 1932)
  2. Barnacle Bill the Sailor-Bud Billings (Zonophone 5399, 1929)
  3. I’m Popeye the Sailor Man-Harry Leader & His Band (Eclipse 978, 1935)
  4. Why Is the Bacon So Tough?-Leonard Henry (His Master’s Voice B 2883, 1929)
  5. Hunting Tigers Out In India-Jack Payne & His BBC Dance Orchestra (Columbia CB 151, 1930)
  6. Roger the Lodger-The Two Gilberts (Regal MR 198, 1930)
  7. He Played His Ukulele as the Ship Went Down-Fred And Leslie Gilbert (Broadcast Super Twelve 3151, 1932)
  8. The Lunatics Lullaby-Clarkson Rose (Zonophone 2785, 1926)
  9. Make Yourself a Happiness Pie-G H Elliott (Edison Bell Radio 1453, 1931)
  10. The Yodelling Sailor-George Van Dusen (Rex Records 8655, 1935)
  11. There’s a Song They Sing at a Sing Song In Sing Sing-Primo Scala’s Accordian Band (Rex Records 8719, 1936)
  12. Me Too, Ho-Ho! Ha-Ha!-Alfredo’s Band (Edison Bell Winner 4553, 1927)
  13. We All Go Oo Ha Ha! Together-Albert Whelan (Imperial 2404, 1930)
  14. Oh Mum!-Florrie Forde (Imperial 2554, 1931)
  15. Don’t Have Any More Missus Moore-Jack Hay (Imperial 1706, 1927)
  16. Sophie on the Sofa-Sharp & Flat (Piccadilly 628, 1930)
  17. Down In the Field Where the Buttercups All Grow-Charlie Higgins (Rex Records 8065, 1933)
  18. When the Guardsman Started Crooning On Parade-Bobbie Comber (Rex Records 8679, 1935)
  19. Alice’s ‘Ouse-Peter Rush (Imperial 1706, 1927)
  20. With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm, Pt. 1 & 2-Sammy Gay (Eclipse 842, 1934)

78Man Presents Durium Dance Band

(All tracks originally released on Durium Records in 1932/3, as single sided 2 track cardboard records)

  1. Just Humming Along (EN 13)
  2. Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing (EN 42)
  3. Venetian Lady (EN 42)
  4. What Would You Do ? (EN 14)
  5. Gipsy Moon (EN 16)
  6. It Ain’t No Fault of Mine (EN 19)
  7. The Echo of a Song (EN 19)
  8. Lovable (EN 21)
  9. Foolish Over You (EN 21)
  10. Round the Marble Arch (EN 17)
  11. Oi! Song (EN 29)
  12. When Yuba Plays the Rumba On the Tuba (EN 23)
  13. Why Be So Unkind to Me? (EN 30)
  14. We All Wanna Know Why (EN 30)
  15. You Loving Me (EN 43)
  16. After the Ball (EN 7)
  17. My Donna Rita (EN 40)
  18. Sweethearts Forever (EN 38)
  19. By the Sycamore Tree (EN 10)
  20. An Ev’ning in Caroline (EN 10)
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