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Feat. "Roy Fox & His Orchestra"
This recording was produced in London, England on December 2nd 1931 featuring Al Bowlly guitar & vocals, accompanied by "Roy Fox and his Orchestra" with Nat Gonella, Andy Hodgkiss and Sid Buckman trumpets, Joe Ferrie trombone, Jim Easton, Ernest Ritte and Harry Berly reeds, Harry Balen violin, Lew Stone piano, Tiny Winters bass, and Bill Harty drums.
*"Guilty" was composed by Richard A. Whiting and Harry Akst, with lyrics by Gus Kahn.
That insurmountable voice of the greatest of all crooners, Al Bowlly cuts through the air waves with the performance of one of his biggest hits of all time.
Actually, though Fox was Californian by birth, all his dance band records were made in London for the Decca and later the HMV label. "Guilty" was recorded at the band's resident venue, the Monseigneur Restaurant in Piccadilly along with "Nobody's Sweetheart" and "Yes Yes (My Baby Said Yes)" on this same December 2nd date. -Henry Davis
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