01 October 2006

FILMOPHONE 239

FILMOPHONE FLEXIBLE RECORD

ARTHUR LALLY & HIS ORCHESTRA: Prob: Artur Lally cl as bars dir, Max Goldberg tp, Tony Thorpe tb, Claude Ivy p, Jack Hill banj g, Jimmy Bellamy or Tiny Stock or Spike Hughes b, Rudy Starita dm.

AFRICAN LAMENT FOXTROT - G77-2X

I SURRENDER DEAR FOXTROT - G79 - 2W

recorded in London ca. Jul-Aug 1931

source: Filmophone - Hans Koert (unpublished)

Collection: Hans Koert ( The Netherlands)

Information welcome

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's interesting, we've got another one of these disks, cat.no.240, Arthur Lally & his orchestra, "Blaze Away" on one side, "Out of the Blue" on the other. Same colour etc.

Chris

Friday, February 15, 2008  
Blogger Gregs Greats said...

Yes I have just posted a beautiful deep blue version of #240 on eBay. Composed by Herbert Bath, the "Out of the Blue" side is an early dance band version of the tune later that was recorded by the central band of the RAF and which has been used by the BBC for over 60 years as the signature tune to "Sports Report"!

I will also be posting a gorgeous green filmophone disc by arthur lally cat #217 "miracle melodies"

Monday, March 03, 2008  

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