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Where The Lazy River Goes By - Ray Noble And His Orchestra - Ray Noble (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jan 27,  · Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His Orchestra. If you're interested in more music from the the 20's and 30's, take a look at my profile.
  2. Between late and mid Al Bowlly was called upon frequently by Ray Noble, the musical director for HMV, to record with his studio band, the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra. Originally issued on 78, they've been highly regarded by collectors and reissued countless times, because Al's vocals were backed by the cream of London's musicians /5(24).
  3. Among the sentimental and romantic fodder are versions of "Where the Lazy River Goes By" featuring Ray Noble & His Orchestra, "Marching Along With Time" by Mannie Klein & His Swing-A-Hulas, and Martin's first hit in , Irving Berlin's "Now It Can Be Told."Price: $
  4. So this is a great Ray Noble conspectus, with special bonus value added by the remarkable Al Bowlly (). He was born in Mozambique of South African parents, toured very widely in exotic African and Asian venues before joining Noble in London in and is widely acknowledged as the godfather of all crooning band vocalists/5(14).
  5. A pity that such wonderful items such as the recordings Bowlly made on his arrival in New York with an orchestra under Victor Young or indeed more Noble-Bowlly recordings were not chosen instead. A pleasant item though is the voice of Ray Noble who remenisces in his own words about Al Bowlly and their time in the States.4/5(2).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ray Noble on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - LPV • Series: RCA Victor Vintage Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Remastered, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band Where The Lazy River Goes By Vocals – Al Bowlly, Orchestra* Written-By /5(5).
  7. OCLC Number: Notes: Program notes by George T. Simon on container. Performer(s): Popular music; Ray Noble and his orchestra ; vocals by the Merry Macs, Al .
  8. Ray Noble And His Orchestra ‎– There’s Something In The Air / Where The Lazy River Goes By Label: Electrola Gesellschaft m.b.H. ‎– E.G
  9. with Ray Noble and His Orchestra The Dance Band Years Disc 1 The Very Thought of You Over My Shoulder By the Fireside Where the Lazy River Goes By With All My Heart Original recordings Insert contains track information CDs & Vinyl. Compilations.

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