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Al Bowlly

(January 7th 1898 - April 17th 1941)

Born Albert Allick Bowlly in Mozambican South African he was a guitarist and singer who became a popular crooner of British dance band era. One year after making his 1927 recording debut in Berlin with Edgar Adeler, Bowlly traveled to London to join Fred Elizalde's Orchestra. He proceeded to work with the bands of Ray Noble, Roy Fox, and Lew Stone before leading his own.

The brilliant life and career of Al Bowlly were cut tragically short when he was killed by a parachute bomb in April 1941 during the blitz.

Videos:

Guilty (3:15)

I'm Sorry, Sally (3:18)

If I Had You (2:45)

My Melancholy Baby (3:08)

My Pet (3:25)

My Regular Gal (3:39)

Please (2:45)

The Very Thought Of You (3:16)

Wherever You Are (2:37)

You're My Everything (3:17)

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