Roy Fox (The Whispering Cornetist) And His Band - Truly / Alma Mia album flac
Roy Fox and His Band. The Big Broadcast, Volume 2: Jazz and Popular Music of the 1920s and 1930s.
Roy Fox with his first issued Decca in 1930. Those very early Fox issues advising "the whispering cornetist" do have a certain charm about them.
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The Whispering Coronetist, Roy Fox and His Orchestra are broadcasting from Warner Bros. Studios and perform these three musical numbers: 1. 'Sally Of My Dreams,' 2. 'My Window of Dreams,' and 3. 'Louisiana.
Here's a time capsule of charming Depression Era dance tunes recorded for English Decca between July 21, 1931 and October 17, 1935 by Roy Fox ("the Whispering Cornetist") and his orchestra. This chronologically jumbled assortment samples the Roy Fox orchestra's output from about their 20th session for Decca up until a couple of months before Fox crossed over to the HMV label. Like any other popular band on the scene in the first half of the '30s, Fox's orchestra purveyed a mixture of ballads, pop novelties and the occasional swatch of authentic swing.
Other albums by Roy Fox & His Band. Invitation To A Dance. Roy Fox & His Band Volume 2. A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, Songs of The Thirty's. Roy Fox & His Band 5/9/2000. Here's a time capsule of charming Depression Era dance tunes recorded for English Decca between July 21, 1931 and October 17, 1935 by Roy Fox ("the Whispering Cornetist") and his orchestra.
Roy fox, the whispering cornetist, and his orchestra.
Fox is the debut album by the band of the same name released in 1975. The cover photography was by Gered Mankowitz. Songwriter Kenny Young had worked off and on with the Australian singer Susan Traynor on one of his solo albums, Last Stage For Silverworld, where she was listed as 'Amanda'
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Written-By – Magine*
Written-By – Jay Whidden
- Record Company – The Decca Record Company Limited
NotesRecorded in 1931.
A & B: "Dance Orchestra with Vocal Refrain"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): GB 2727-3D
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): GB 2760-2C