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Sounds of Yesteryear

It has often been said that the finest of all British dance bands - at least during the 1930s - was that led by Bert Ambrose. Glenn Miller is often credited with having invented the trademark of using the device of the clarinet on top of the saxophone section, but if we listen to a number of the tracks in this set from 1933/35, recorded several years before Miller was known as a bandleader at all, we find this device in use - not as a matter of course, but with sparing good taste. Bert Read, Bert Barnes and Sid Phillips were arrangers par excellence; there was little that they could have been taught by their American cousins - and years later, the Americans gave credit where it was due. Features Max Goldberg, Harry Owen, Ted Heath, Tony Thorpe, Danny Polo, Sid Phillips and others.

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1) How Could We Be Wrong?
2) Because It's Love
3) Tick-Tock Town
4) Stars Fell on Alabama
5) I Travel Alone
6) Lost in a Fog
7) I Only Have Eyes for You
8) Dames
9) Winter Wonderland
10) If I Had Million Dollars
11) If I Love Again
12) London on a Rainy Night
13) Maracas
14) Copenhagen
15) It's An Old Southern Custom
16) According to the Moonlight
17) Top Hat White Tie and Tails
18) Isn't This a Lovely Day?

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