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Al Bowlly acc. by
Ray Noble & His Orchestra


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"Al Bowlly with Ray Noble"


Recorded in London, England on December 8th 1932 featuring Al Bowlly vocals, accompanied by "Ray Noble & His Orchestra".

Raymond Stanley Noble was born at "1 Montpelier Terrace" in the Montpelier area of Brighton, England where a blue plaque attached to the house currently commemorates him. Ray Noble studied at the Royal Academy of Music and in 1927 won a competition for the best British dance band orchestrator to be advertised in Melody Maker music magazine. In 1929 he became leader of the "New Mayfair Dance Orchestra", an HMV Records studio band that featured members of many of the top hotel orchestras of the day.

The most popular vocalist with Noble's studio band was Al Bowlly who joined in 1930. It was during this period that Noble co-authored "Turkish Delight", "By The Fireside", and "Goodnight, Sweetheart". The latter song was a #1 hit for Guy Lombardo on the U.S. Charts.

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