Leslie Sarony had huge popularity during the 1930s with his self penned compositions. As well as appearing on stage, Leslie Sarony made many records both under his own name and as an un-named vocalist often with Jack Hylton's Orchestra.
The Album includes some tracks from the beginning of Leslie Sarony's recording career which lead into the more typical fare of Rhymes and his most remembered number Ain't it grand to be bloomin well dead.
As featured in Best of British magazine, January 2006 issue, page 64.
25 Tracks in total, recorded between 1926 and 1935. All tracks (except On Ilkla Moor Baht'At) written by Leslie Sarony himself.