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Jack Hylton and his Orchestra


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Feat. Sam Browne


This side was recorded at Small Queen's Hall in London, England on October 5th 1929 by "Jack Hylton's Orchestra" with featured vocalist Sam Browne.

Beginning his career in London as the pianist at the 400 club Jack Hylton also played with the "Stroud Haxton Band". During the first World War, he led a military band was Director of the Army Entertainment Division.

At War's end Hylton took a job performing his own arrangements of popular songs with the "Queen's Dance Orchestra", recorded under the label 'Directed by Jack Hylton' before forming his own American jazz inspired dance orchestra under his own name in 1923. The group grew to be a huge success managing to sell almost four million records in 1929 alone.

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