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A. Pryor & W B Rogers Nearer My God, to Thee TOP4
Advertising Disc 1956 Ford (Rosemary Clooney) TOP8
Advertising Disc A Message (The Chairman) TOP8
Advertising Disc Bobbieís Ideal House (Bobbie Comber) TOP8
Advertising Disc Boothís Gin TOP8
Advertising Disc Buy Imperially TOP8
Advertising Disc Canned Beer Chorus (Tommy Handley) TOP8
Advertising Disc Carroll Leviís Cornflakes TOP8
Advertising Disc Compliments of C & J Henecy, Dublin TOP8
Advertising Disc Decca Portrola (Edited version) TOP8
Advertising Disc Gramophone Intro and Gives Thanks TOP8
Advertising Disc Happy in the Morning (Phil Green & Orch) TOP8
Advertising Disc Himself (Jack Payne) TOP8
Advertising Disc HMV All Wave Receivers TOP8
Advertising Disc John West Salmon (Stainless Stephen) TOP8
Advertising Disc Kelvinator TOP8
Advertising Disc Meet Mr Therm (Ernest Butcher) TOP8
Advertising Disc Mrs Peekís Pudding TOP8
Advertising Disc New Idea (USA issued by Tony Wons) TOP8
Advertising Disc Please Play Me TOP8
Advertising Disc Plenty of Time for Play (Helen Raymond) TOP8
Advertising Disc Radio-Gramophone Model 521 TOP8
Advertising Disc Saunders Calling (Alan Saunders) TOP8
Advertising Disc Silent Servant TOP8
Advertising Disc Slender Silken Ankles (Annette Mills) TOP8
Advertising Disc Songs of BP TOP8
Advertising Disc Speaks for You TOP8
Advertising Disc Tea Time Music Co-op TOP8
Advertising Disc The Gramophone returning Thanks TOP8
Advertising Disc The Pianola (Edited version) TOP8
Advertising Disc The Popular Pair TOP8
Advertising Disc The Road to The Isles TOP8
Advertising Disc The Secret of Beauty and Healthy Sleep TOP8
Advertising Disc The Song of the Standard TOP8
Advertising Disc Trust the Regulo (Sylvia Wellington) TOP8
Advertising Disc UK Columbia Records TOP8
Advertising Disc United Dairies Milk (Edited version) TOP8
Albert Chevalier E canít take a Roise out of Oi CDR15
Albert Chevalier My Old Dutch CDR15
Albert Chevalier My Old Dutch (Excerpt) VAR55
Albert Chevalier Our Little Nipper CDR15
Albert Chevalier The Fallen Star CDR15
Albert Chevalier The Future Mrs. Hawkins CDR15
Albert Chevalier Whatís the good of ĎAnyfink? CDR15
Albert Chevalier Wot ver do Ee luv Oi? CDR15
Albert Chevalier The Future Mrs. Hawkins (First recording) CDR15
Albert Whelan Around the corner VAR16
Albert Whelan Cinderella CDR20
Albert Whelan Come and have a Cuddle on the Common VAR16
Albert Whelan Didnít I VAR16
Albert Whelan His Old Top Hat VAR16
Albert Whelan I lost my gal again VAR16
Albert Whelan Iím happy when I'm hiking VAR16
Albert Whelan Itís an old Spanish Custom VAR16
Albert Whelan Lizzie come in and shut that door VAR16
Albert Whelan My brother makes the noises for the talkies VAR16
Albert Whelan Never have a Bath Ďtill you need one VAR16
Albert Whelan No one but You knows how to Love VAR16
Albert Whelan Oh-Oh-Oh! What a silly place to kiss a girl VAR16
Albert Whelan Over the Garden Wall VAR16
Albert Whelan Pass, Shoot, Goal VAR16
Albert Whelan She canít make up her mind VAR16
Albert Whelan Sheís only been with us a week VAR16
Albert Whelan Softed makes a Speech (edited) TOP7
Albert Whelan Sweet Carolina VAR16
Albert Whelan The Farmyard Cabaret VAR16
Albert Whelan The Jolly Brothers (Excerpt) VAR55
Albert Whelan The Preacher and the Bear VAR16
Albert Whelan The Three Trees VAR16
Albert Whelan The Whistling boy VAR16
Albert Whelan Thereís a good time coming VAR16
Albert Whelan They all start whistling Mary VAR16
Albert Whelan Topsy turvy talk VAR16
Albert Whelan Whistling: ďThe Jolly BrothersĒ VAR16
Albert Whelan You canít understand the Ladies VAR16
Alec Hurley ĎArry, ĎArry CDR61
Alexander and Mose Fish Sauce VAR23
Alexander and Mose In Dark Subjects VAR23
Alexander Archdale Going Back (A Poem) VAR81
Alf Conyers What shall We do with the Profiteers TOP2
Alfred Lester Crimes CDR49
Alfred Lester Dandelions and Daffodils CDR49
Alfred Lester Dear Old Shepherdís Bush CDR49
Alfred Lester Gardening CDR49
Alfred Lester Germs CDR49
Alfred Lester Higgins the Quack CDR49
Alfred Lester Hurrah for the Rolling Sea CDR49
Alfred Lester I do like to sing in the Bath CDR49
Alfred Lester I love Me CDR49
Alfred Lester Lily of the Valley CDR49
Alfred Lester Longshoreman Bill CDR49
Alfred Lester My Motter CDR49
Alfred Lester Ours is a Nice House, Ours is CDR49
Alfred Lester The Conscientious Objector CDR49
Alfred Lester The Hairdresser CDR49
Alfred Lester The Property Man CDR49
Alfred Lester The Restaurant Episode CDR49
Alfred Lester The Scene Shifter's Lament CDR49
Alfred Lester The Village Fire Brigade CDR53
Alfred Lester Why did I marry my Wife CDR49
Alfred Lester Yes, We have no Bananas CDR49
Alice Lloyd Story of a clothes line CDR6
Alice Leamar Her golden hair was hanging down her back VAR14
Alice Lloyd Never introduce your Bloke to your Lady Friends CDR58
Alice Lloyd You splash me and Iíll splash You CDR37
Alice Lloyd Young Men Lodgers CDR58
Alice Lloyd The Nearer the Bone, The Sweeter the Meat CDR22
Alice Lloyd Who are you getting at? CDR22
Ambrose & Orch. When Day Is Done (Excerpt) VAR55
American Comedy Four Kentucky Baby CDR35
Anne Shelton Lay down your Arms (Excerpt) VAR55
Anona Winn A little Kiss each Morning VAR57
Anona Winn Butterfingers VAR57
Anona Winn Dancing Time (short version) VAR57
Anona Winn Everythingís in Rhythm with my Heart VAR57
Anona Winn For Love of You VAR57
Anona Winn Gertie the Girl with the Gong VAR57
Anona Winn I can wiggle my Ears VAR57
Anona Winn I get a Kick out of You VAR57
Anona Winn Iíll follow my Secret Heart VAR57
Anona Winn Letís put out the Lights VAR57
Anona Winn No one believes Iím a Mermaid VAR57
Anona Winn Now Iím in Love VAR57
Anona Winn Please donít mention it VAR57
Anona Winn She wore a Little Jacket of Blue VAR57
Anona Winn Tea for Two (short version) VAR57
Anona Winn Tell me with a Love Song VAR57
Anona Winn The Ghost of the Turkey VAR57
Anona Winn The Night when Love was born VAR57
Anona Winn The Partyís over now VAR57
Anona Winn The very thought of You VAR57
Anona Winn This little Piggie went to Market VAR57
Anona Winn Tuning In VAR57
Anona Winn What a little Moonlight can do VAR57
Anona Winn While we danced at the Mardi Gras VAR57
Anona Winn Who (short version) VAR57
Anona Winn Youíre the Top VAR57
Any Old Iron Billy Howard VAR58
Archie Harradine I was one of Ďem VAR81
Arthur Aiston The Suffragette (Part 1) TOP7
Arthur Aiston The Suffragette (Part 2) TOP7
Arthur Askey A Ballad VAR31
Arthur Askey Adolf VAR31
Arthur Askey All to Specification VAR31
Arthur Askey Bless ĎEm All VAR31
Arthur Askey Chirrup VAR31
Arthur Askey Ding Dong Bell VAR31
Arthur Askey Fuel Consumption VAR31
Arthur Askey Have a bit of pity on the Crooner VAR31
Arthur Askey How ashamed I was VAR31
Arthur Askey I pulled myself together VAR31
Arthur Askey I want a Banana VAR31
Arthur Askey Itís a hap-hap-happy day VAR31
Arthur Askey Knitting VAR31
Arthur Askey She was very very shy VAR31
Arthur Askey The Baa Lamb VAR31
Arthur Askey The Bee Song VAR31
Arthur Askey The Bee Song (Excerpt) VAR55
Arthur Askey The Bunny Rabbit VAR50
Arthur Askey The Channel Swimmer VAR31
Arthur Askey The Cuckoo VAR31
Arthur Askey The Death Watch Beetle VAR31
Arthur Askey The fair Rosamunde VAR31
Arthur Askey The Moth VAR31
Arthur Askey The seagull song VAR31
Arthur Askey The Villain still pursued her VAR31
Arthur Askey The Washing on the Siegfried Line VAR31
Arthur Askey The Worm VAR31
Arthur Askey Woof! Yap! Bow-Bow-Wow! VAR31
Arthur Collins Bill Bailey wonít you please come home CDR22
Arthur Lloyd Imitation of a Womanís Rights Meeting TOP7
Arthur Prince & Jim Insubordination CDR53
Arthur Reece Sons of the Sea VAR14
Arthur Reece Sons of the Sea (Excerpt) VAR55
Arthur Roberts For Thee CDR61
Arthur Rubinstein Valse Caprice (Danced by Anna Pavlova) CDR53
Band God Save The King (Instrumental) CDR53
Barbara Windsor Daddy wouldnít buy me A Bow Wow VAR56
Barbara Windsor Soldiers in the Park VAR56
Barbara Windsor + I donít want to play in your Yard VAR56
Barclay Gammon Intro to ďThe Suffragettesí AnthemĒ TOP7
Barclay Gammon Some Notes at an ďAt HomeĒ CDR53
Barclay Gammon Suffragettesí Anthem CDR32
Barclay Gammon The Suffragettesí Anthem TOP7
Barney Gilbraith My Old Dutch VAR56
Barrel Piano At Trinity Church I met my doom (Instr.) CDR38
Barrel Piano Daisy Bell (Instrumental) CDR38
Barrel Piano Down at the Old Bull & Bush (Instr.) CDR38
Barrel Piano Down at the Old Bull and Bush CDR37
Barrel Piano Knees up Mother Brown (Instr.) CDR38
Barrel Piano Knocked 'em in the Old Kent Road (Instr.) CDR38
BBC Dance Orchestra Iím going Home for Christmas VAR51
BBC Dance Orchestra The Santa Claus Express VAR51
Beatrice Lillie Baby didnít know VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Babyís Best Friend VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Clop Clip Clop VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Fairies at the Bottom of our Garden VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Get yourself a Geisha VAR44
Beatrice Lillie He was a Gentleman VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Honey maí Love VAR44
Beatrice Lillie I hate the Spring VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Iím a Campfire Girl VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Lady Windermereís Fan VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Like He loves Me VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Marvellous Party VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Mother told me so VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Nicodemus VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Not wanted on Voyage VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Oh! For a Night in the Ballroom VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Paree VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Snoops the Lawyer VAR44
Beatrice Lillie The Gutter song VAR44
Beatrice Lillie The Yodelling Goldfish VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Three White Feathers VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Weary of it all VAR44
Beatrice Lillie Wind round my Heart VAR44
Ben Albert A fat lot to crow about CDR48
Ben Albert A Little Bit Here and There CDR48
Ben Albert After You with the Soap CDR48
Ben Albert Derby Day CDR48
Ben Albert Do you remember? How can I forget CDR48
Ben Albert Faces CDR48
Ben Albert Geography CDR48
Ben Albert Go Away , Good Massa Bee CDR48
Ben Albert Incidents CDR48
Ben Albert Inquisitive Kiddie CDR48
Ben Albert Logic CDR48
Ben Albert On the Day King Edward gets his Crown on CDR48
Ben Albert Potted Poetry CDR48
Ben Albert Seven Ages of Man CDR48
Ben Albert The Cook who cooks (Part 1) CDR48
Ben Albert The Cook who cooks (Part 2) CDR48
Ben Albert The Damaged Blacksmith CDR48
Ben Albert The End of the Chapter CDR48
Ben Albert The Li-cen-sor CDR48
Ben Albert Three Ages of Women CDR48
Ben Albert What is it - likes so much? CDR48
Ben Albert What is Work? CDR48
Ben Albert What the Suffragettes will bring us to TOP7
Ben Albert Whatís the Use of Sighing? CDR48
Ben Albert When the Women earn all the Money CDR48
Ben Albert Why go Abroad? CDR48
Ben Lawes Because I look a Fool CDR42
Ben Lawes Exits CDR42
Ben Lawes I be only a poor Country Chap CDR42
Ben Lawes In Pirate Days of old CDR42
Ben Lawes Little Puddle town CDR42
Ben Lawes Mrs Jorkins in Town CDR42
Ben Lawes My Marriage CDR42
Ben Lawes Sheís proud and sheís beautiful CDR42
Ben Lawes The Appetite CDR42
Ben Lawes The Christening CDR42
Ben Lawes The Countryman's Holiday CDR42
Ben Lawes The Galloping Major CDR42
Ben Lawes The Jocular Judge CDR42
Ben Lawes The little Wireless Set I made at home CDR42
Ben Lawes The Village Pump CDR42
Ben Lawes When the Romans conquered England CDR42
Ben Lawes With my Father along of Me CDR42
Bernard Miles Sons of the Sea VAR81
Betty Bolton A Man of My Own VAR92
Betty Bolton Donít go any higher Jeremiah VAR92
Betty Bolton Dream Lover VAR92
Betty Bolton Evening Star, Help Me find My Man VAR92
Betty Bolton Everything I do, I do for You VAR92
Betty Bolton Heís dead but He wonít lie down VAR92
Betty Bolton I like to do Things for You VAR92
Betty Bolton I shanít bring Him Home any more VAR92
Betty Bolton Iím a Lady Policeman VAR92
Betty Bolton Iím thirsty for Kisses, Hungry for Love VAR92
Betty Bolton If your Kisses canít hold the Man You love ^ VAR92
Betty Bolton It wasnít meant to be VAR92
Betty Bolton Me and the Man in the Moon VAR92
Betty Bolton My Private Affair VAR92
Betty Bolton Oh how He looks at Me VAR92
Betty Bolton Peace of Mind VAR92
Betty Bolton Please Percy (Donít Do It now) VAR92
Betty Bolton Ready for the River VAR92
Betty Bolton She jumped on her Push Bike VAR92
Betty Bolton Smiling Irish Eyes VAR92
Betty Bolton Ten Cents a Dance VAR92
Betty Bolton The Mocking bird went Cuckoo VAR92
Betty Bolton The Partyís getting Rough VAR92
Betty Bolton The Wedding of the Painted Doll VAR92
Betty Bolton Wake up Chillíun, Wake up VAR92
Betty Bolton Wishing and waiting for Love VAR92
Betty Driver Booglie Wooglie Piggy VAR64
Betty Driver I Fall in Love with You every Day VAR64
Betty Driver I love to Whistle VAR64
Betty Driver Iíll take Romance VAR64
Betty Driver Iíve got a Hunch VAR64
Betty Driver Itís Men like You VAR64
Betty Driver Itís Spring Again; Potato Pete VAR64
Betty Driver Jubilee Baby VAR64
Betty Driver Monday Tuesday,Wednesday VAR64
Betty Driver Oh! Ma! Ma! VAR64
Betty Driver Rose OíGrady VAR64
Betty Driver Sailor with the Navy Blue Eyes VAR64
Betty Driver So Little Time VAR64
Betty Driver Swing Bugler VAR64
Betty Driver The Alpine Milkman VAR64
Betty Driver The Bullfrog VAR64
Betty Driver The Little Woolly Vest VAR64
Betty Driver The Moon Remembered VAR64
Betty Driver The Sweetest Song in the World VAR64
Betty Driver The World will sing again VAR64
Betty Driver Twitterpated VAR64
Betty Driver We mustnít miss the Last Bus Home VAR64
Betty Driver What more can I say; VAR64
Betty Fields ĎFonso (My Hot Spanish Knight) VAR84
Betty Fields Dancing with the Devil VAR84
Betty Fields He hadnít up till Yesterday VAR84
Betty Fields I lift up my Finger and say Tweet Tweet VAR84
Betty Fields Iím scared of holding my breath under the Water VAR84
Betty Fields Kiss Me Curse You VAR84
Betty Fields Oh how I love my Boatman VAR84
Betty Fields Oh What a Night to Love VAR84
Betty Fields Sh - Shivering VAR84
Betty Fields That Wonderful Kid from Madrid VAR84
Betty Fields The Same to You - Upholstered VAR84
Betty Fields Todayís a Sunny Day for Me VAR84
Betty Fields When Youíve gone I know I shall cry VAR84
Billy Bennett Devil-May-Not-Care VAR33
Billy Bennett Domestic Blisters VAR33
Billy Bennett Donít send my Boy to Prison VAR33
Billy Bennett Family Secrets VAR33
Billy Bennett Mandalay VAR33
Billy Bennett Mottoes VAR33
Billy Bennett My Mother doesnít know Iím on the Stage VAR33
Billy Bennett Nell VAR33
Billy Bennett No Power on Earth VAR33
Billy Bennett Ogul Mogul - A Kanakanese Love Lyric VAR33
Billy Bennett Please let me sleep on your Doorstep tonight VAR50
Billy Bennett She was poor, but she was honest VAR33
Billy Bennett The Bookmakerís Daughter VAR33
Billy Bennett The Call of the Yukon VAR33
Billy Bennett The Charge of the Tight Brigade VAR33
Billy Bennett The Club Raid VAR33
Billy Bennett The Coffee Stall Keeper VAR33
Billy Bennett The Foreign Legion VAR33
Billy Bennett The Green Tie on the Little Yellow Dog VAR33
Billy Bennett The League of Nations VAR33
Billy Bennett The M.P. VAR33
Billy Bennett The Miser VAR33
Billy Bennett The Real Guy VAR33
Billy Bennett The Tightest Man I know VAR33
Billy Bennett Christmas Day in the Cookhouse CDR20
Billy Cotton Crash! Bang! I want to go Home VAR69
Billy Cotton Eleven more Months and Seven more Days VAR69
Billy Cotton I donít want to go to Bed VAR69
Billy Cotton I laughed so hard I nearly cried VAR69
Billy Cotton Iíve got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts VAR69
Billy Cotton In the Middle of the Night last Night VAR69
Billy Cotton La-La-La-La (The Modern Singing Lesson) VAR69
Billy Cotton Letís all sing like the Birdies sing VAR69
Billy Cotton Nursie, Nursie VAR69
Billy Cotton Oh! Ma-Ma VAR69
Billy Cotton Oopsala (She fell for a Feller from Oopsala) VAR69
Billy Cotton Seven Veils VAR69
Billy Cotton Seven Years (With the Wrong Woman) VAR69
Billy Cotton Skee-Boo (with The Western Brothers) VAR69
Billy Cotton Somebody stole My Gal VAR69
Billy Cotton Sunday School Stories VAR69
Billy Cotton That goes on for Days VAR69
Billy Cotton The Duck Song VAR69
Billy Cotton The Joo-Jah Tree VAR69
Billy Cotton The Night the Floor fell in VAR69
Billy Cotton The Tatooed Lady VAR69
Billy Cotton Wakey Wakey (Butlinís Good Morning Song) VAR69
Billy Mayerl Jasmine (Piano Solo) VAR61
Billy Mayerl Sweet Nothings (Piano Solo) VAR61
Billy Merson A Prairie life for me CDR24
Billy Merson Back to my Home in the Mountains CDR24
Billy Merson Chinese Tango Trot CDR24
Billy Merson Donít sing in Ragtime CDR24
Billy Merson Good ship Yacki-Hicki-Doo-La CDR24
Billy Merson Iím going away CDR24
Billy Merson Iím going away CDR14
Billy Merson Iím setting the Village on fire CDR24
Billy Merson If I catch Alfonso tonight (w. Beatrice Allen) CDR24
Billy Merson I'm so spiteful CDR24
Billy Merson In the Days when Knights were bold CDR24
Billy Merson Itís going to be a serious thing for England CDR24
Billy Merson Madam Anita Peroxide CDR24
Billy Merson Opera de Merson CDR24
Billy Merson Out on the Prairie CDR24
Billy Merson Senora CDR24
Billy Merson Since Father retired CDR24
Billy Merson Take an old womanís advice CDR24
Billy Merson The Days when Knights were bold CDR14
Billy Merson The Gay Cavalier CDR24
Billy Merson The Gladiator CDR24
Billy Merson The Gondolier CDR24
Billy Merson The Lighthouse Keeper CDR14
Billy Merson The night I appeared as Macbeth CDR24
Billy Merson The Photo of the Girl I left behind CDR24
Billy Merson The Spaniard that blighted my life CDR24
Billy Merson The Spaniard that blighted my life CDR14
Billy Merson The Yacht Iíve not got CDR24
Billy Merson They can't find Kelly CDR24
Billy Wiliams When Father papered the Parlour CDR37
Billy Williams A tale of Paris CDR4
Billy Williams All the silver from the silvery moon CDR4
Billy Williams As good as money in the bank CDR4
Billy Williams Donít go out with him tonight CDR4
Billy Williams Girls of Today TOP7
Billy Williams I must go home tonight CDR4
Billy Williams Iím the man that buried Flanagan CDR4
Billy Williams In the land where there are no girls CDR4
Billy Williams Itís a wonder what little things lead to CDR4
Billy Williams Itís mine when youíve done with it CDR4
Billy Williams John go and put your trousers on CDR4
Billy Williams Land where the Women wear the trousers CDR4
Billy Williams Letís have a song upon the phonograph CDR4
Billy Williams Little Willieís Woodbines CDR4
Billy Williams Parody - All coons look alike to me CDR4
Billy Williams Poor old England CDR4
Billy Williams Save a little one for me CDR4
Billy Williams Soap and Water CDR4
Billy Williams The Land where the Women wear the Trousers TOP7
Billy Williams We donít want more daylight CDR4
Billy Williams When Father papered the Parlour CDR4
Billy Williams When Father papered the Parlour (Excerpt) VAR55
Billy Williams Why do you think I look so gay? CDR4
Billy Williams Why donít Santa Claus bring something to me CDR20
Blaney & Farrar Ainít gonna Rain no moí CDR54
Blaney & Farrar All alone CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Another One gone CDR54
Blaney & Farrar As long as He loves Me CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Cousin Claraís crazy over Crosswords CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Honest and Truly CDR54
Blaney & Farrar I ain't Nobody's Darling CDR54
Blaney & Farrar I canít get the One I want CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Maybe I'm wrong again CDR54
Blaney & Farrar My Cello man CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Nobody lied CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Old Favourites CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Percy's Posh Plus-Fours are priceless CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Queen of the Oojah Isles CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Runniní Wild (An Ebony Jazz Tune) CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Second-Hand Rose CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Shall I have it bobbed or shingled CDR54
Blaney & Farrar That Lazy Melody CDR54
Blaney & Farrar The Moon is low CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Ukelele Lady CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Weíre gonna have Weather (Whether or Not) CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Weep no more (My Mammy) CDR54
Blaney & Farrar What Angeline says, goes CDR54
Blaney & Farrar Who tied the Can on the Old Dogís Tail CDR54
Blaney & Farrar You forgot to remember CDR54
Bob and Alf Pearson A load of Hay(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson All My Love(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson As Long as the River Flows VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Au Revoir Again (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Beloved be faithful(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Careless Hands VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Chase Me Charlie(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Cherry Stones(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Count Every Star(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Dear Hearts (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Dearie(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Drink, Drink, Drink (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Enjoy Yourself (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Ferry Boat Inn(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Happy Ending VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Happy Times(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson I díve baked a cake(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson I donít care if the Sun donít shine(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson I wanna sing about You VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Iíll string along with you(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Iíve got a lovely bunch of Cocoanuts (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson If I Loved You(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson In Big Bits of Big Hits Nos 1 to 5 (Tracks 14 to 23) : VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Jealous Heart(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson June is bustiní out all over(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Letís do it again(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Little White Lies VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Liviní in the Sunlight, Loviní in the Moonlight VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson My Thanks to You(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Oh, You sweet one(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Red Roses for a Blue Lady VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Rose in a Garden of Weeds(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Seven Veils VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Silver Dollar (Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson That Lucky Old Sun VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson The Baby Show VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson The French Can-Can Polka(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson The Old Master Painter(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson The Thing(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Unless VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Walkiní My Baby back Home VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Whistling in the Dark VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Why is it?(Medley) VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson You brought a New Kind of Love to Me VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Youíre Driving Me Crazy VAR89
Bob and Alf Pearson Your Heart and My Heart(Medley) VAR89
Bob Mallin A Cowboyís Wedding Day VAR82
Bob Mallin A Sailboat in the Moonlight VAR82
Bob Mallin Across the Great Divide VAR82
Bob Mallin Blaziní the Trail VAR82
Bob Mallin Candy Kisses VAR82
Bob Mallin Clancy lowered the Broom VAR82
Bob Mallin Cowboy VAR82
Bob Mallin East of the Sun VAR82
Bob Mallin Gee Gee VAR82
Bob Mallin Itís My Motherís Birthday Today VAR82
Bob Mallin Knick Knacks on the Mantel VAR82
Bob Mallin Misty Islands of the Highlands VAR82
Bob Mallin My Little Buckaroo VAR82
Bob Mallin Nobodyís Darling but Mine VAR82
Bob Mallin Oh! Theyíre mighty tough in the West VAR82
Bob Mallin On the Trail where the Sun hangs Low VAR82
Bob Mallin Prairie Romeo VAR82
Bob Mallin Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang VAR82
Bob Mallin Say the Word and Itís Yours VAR82
Bob Mallin Thereís only Five Bullets in my Old Six Shooter VAR82
Bob Mallin Timber VAR82
Bob Mallin Weíll rest at the End of the Trail VAR82
Bob Mallin When the Organ played ďO! Promise MeĒ VAR82
Bob Mallin When the Sun says Goodnight to the Mountain VAR82
Bob Mallin Where the Lazy River goes by VAR82
Bob Mallin With my Little Horse and Wagon VAR82
Bobbie Comber All Hands on Deck VAR3
Bobbie Comber All over Italy VAR3
Bobbie Comber At the Battle of Waterloo VAR3
Bobbie Comber Bandy Berthaís Birthday VAR50
Bobbie Comber Barnacle Bill the Sailor VAR3
Bobbie Comber Does Santa Claus sleep with his Whiskers CDR20
Bobbie Comber Donít be late in the Morning VAR3
Bobbie Comber He kissed Maggie VAR3
Bobbie Comber He played his Ukulele as the Ship went down VAR3
Bobbie Comber Iíll Keep off the Grass no more VAR3
Bobbie Comber Intro (Bobbie Comber Memories) VAR3
Bobbie Comber Jolly good Company beside the Seaside VAR3
Bobbie Comber Lucyís Lips VAR3
Bobbie Comber Maggieís Cold VAR3
Bobbie Comber On a Cold and Frosty Morning VAR3
Bobbie Comber Peg Leg Jack VAR3
Bobbie Comber Skin a ma link, The Sergeant VAR3
Bobbie Comber Teasing Tongue Twisters VAR3
Bobbie Comber The Flies crawled up the Window VAR3
Bobbie Comber The Gay Caballero VAR3
Bobbie Comber The Return of Barnacle Bill the Sailor VAR3
Bobbie Comber There ainít such a Thing as Worry VAR3
Bobbie Comber What shall we do with the Midshipmaid? VAR3
Bobbie Comber When I met Sally at the Seaside VAR3
Bobbie Comber Will You love me when Iím Mutton VAR3
Bobby Howes She's My Lovely (Excerpt) VAR55
Bohemian Orchestra Barcarolle ďTales of HoffmannĒ TOP4
Boiled Beef and Carrots Billy Howard VAR58
Bransby Williams An Old Bachelor CDR31
Bransby Williams Bill Sykes (ďOliver TwistĒ) CDR31
Bransby Williams Charge of the Light Brigade CDR31
Bransby Williams Death of little Nell CDR31
Bransby Williams Devil may care CDR31
Bransby Williams Green Eye of the Yellow God CDR31
Bransby Williams Henry V Speech at Harfleur CDR31
Bransby Williams How we saved the Barge CDR31
Bransby Williams Micawberís Advice to David Copperfield CDR31
Bransby Williams Not Old CDR31
Bransby Williams Scrooge ďThe AwakeningĒ CDR20
Bransby Williams Scrooge ďBefore the DreamĒ CDR20
Bransby Williams Scrooge ďThe DreamĒ CDR20
Bransby Williams Spotty CDR31
Bransby Williams Sydney Carton's Farewell CDR31
Bransby Williams The Caretaker CDR31
Bransby Williams The Coward CDR31
Bransby Williams The Difference CDR31
Bransby Williams The Lounger CDR31
Bransby Williams The Plumber CDR31
Bransby Williams The Same Old Game CDR31
Bransby Williams The Stage Doorkeeper CDR31
Bransby Williams The Street Watchman CDR31
Bransby Williams The Yukon Trail CDR31
Bransby Williams Tony Weller (ďPickwick PapersĒ) CDR31
Brett Barry Be British TOP4
Burt Earle Mocking bird CDR47
Burt Shepard All the Little Ducks went Quack CDR61
Burt Shepard Mary was a Housemaid CDR61
Captain A E Rees Army Drill No2 TOP2
Charles Austin Ah-Oh CDR50
Charles Austin Iím Much Better Looking CDR50
Charles Austin Iíve only been married a week CDR50
Charles Austin Parker at the Derby CDR50
Charles Austin Parker at Wembley CDR50
Charles Austin Parker P.C.: Hold Ďem Police Station Scene CDR50
Charles Austin Parker P.C.: Let Ďem go Police Scene CDR50
Charles Austin Parkerís Appeal: Before the Tribunal CDR50
Charles Austin Parkerís Appeal: Wanted for the Army CDR50
Charles Austin Parkerís Progress: Club Raid Scene CDR50
Charles Austin Parkerís Progress: Swell Street Police Station Scene CDR50
Charles Austin Parker's Christening CDR50
Charles Austin Poor Parker CDR50
Charles Austin Ugh Ooh CDR50
Charles Coborn The Man who broke the Bank VAR81
Charles Coborn Two Lovely Black Eyes VAR81
Charles Coborn Heís All Right When You know him CDR22
Charles Coborn Itís so simple CDR22
Charles Coborn Off she goes again CDR22
Charles Coborn The Man who broke the bank CDR22
Charles Coborn Two lovely Black Eyes CDR22
Charles Coborn When I wants to see myself CDR22
Charles Coburn Fifty Years Ago (with Leslie Holmes) VAR74
Charles Coburn The Man who broke the Bank VAR81
Charles Coburn The Man who broke the Bank (Excerpt) VAR55
Charles Coburn Two Lovely Black Eyes VAR81
Charles Foster Alas My Poor Brother CDR47
Charles Foster Algy the Piccadilly Johnny CDR47
Charles Foster At my Time of Life CDR47
Charles Foster Bathing or Should the Sexes bathe together CDR6
Charles Foster Cooking the Cock of the North CDR47
Charles Foster Couldnít help it, Had to CDR47
Charles Foster Daisy Day CDR47
Charles Foster Darling Mabel CDR47
Charles Foster Iím the Plumber CDR47
Charles Foster Is there Anything Else youíd like CDR47
Charles Foster Jolly Little Polly on a Tin Gee Gee CDR47
Charles Foster Oh Girls! If he wants to kiss you CDR47
Charles Foster Oh Mr Soldier Boy CDR47
Charles Foster Oh Mr Soldier Man TOP5
Charles Foster One at a Time CDR47
Charles Foster The Bond Street Tea Walk CDR6
Charles Foster What Ho She bumps CDR47
Charles Foster Why did I leave my Little Back Room CDR47
Charles Foster Youíve got a long way to go CDR47
Charles Norton A Christmas Ghost Story CDR20
Charles Penrose Santa Claus Workshop CDR20
Charles Penrose The Bloke whatís left behind TOP2
Charles Penrose The Laughing Policeman VAR26
Charles Penrose The Laughing Policemanís Christmas Eve VAR51
Charles Russell The Coster Politician CDR15
Charles Young If those Lips could only speak VAR56
Charles Young The Soldiers of the Queen VAR56
Charlie Higgins All poshed up with me Daisies in me Hand VAR34
Charlie Higgins Bumpity Bump Again VAR34
Charlie Higgins Charlie at the Christening VAR34
Charlie Higgins Charlie goes Shopping on Saturday night VAR34
Charlie Higgins Charlie in Spain VAR34
Charlie Higgins Charlieís Saxophone VAR34
Charlie Higgins Down in the Field where the Buttercups all grow VAR34
Charlie Higgins Down in the Old Churchyard VAR34
Charlie Higgins Iím a Daddy at 63 VAR34
Charlie Higgins In the Waxworks late last Night VAR34
Charlie Higgins Jolly Old Uncle Joe VAR34
Charlie Higgins Maggie and Me and the Baby VAR34
Charlie Higgins Motherís walking round in Fatherís Trousers VAR34
Charlie Higgins Mrs McGrath and Mrs OíRafferty VAR34
Charlie Higgins Navviesí Jazz VAR34
Charlie Higgins Round at her Motherís on Sunday VAR34
Charlie Higgins Running up and down our Street VAR34
Charlie Higgins Sh! Thereís a Ghost in the House VAR34
Charlie Higgins Thatís why Women were born VAR34
Charlie Higgins The day I went to Wembley for the Cup-Tie VAR34
Charlie Higgins The Girls of the Old Brigade VAR34
Charlie Higgins When I was Twenty-One VAR34
Charlie Higgins When the Jolly Good Times are booming later on VAR34
Charlie Higgins Where the Violets are blue-oo and the Roses are red VAR34
Charlie Higgins With me Bagful of Nuts and some Sweets in Me Mouth VAR34
Charlie Higgins With Me Gloves in Me ĎAnd VAR34
Charlie Kunz (Piano) After the Ball (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Are we to part like this (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Brighton (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Daddy wouldn't buy me a bow-wow (Chor.) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Darling Mabel (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Flanagan (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Following in Father's Footsteps (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) For months and months (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Get out and get under (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Goodbye Dolly Gray (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Has anybody here seen Kelly (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Hold your hand out naughty boy (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) I used to sigh for the silvery moon (Chor.) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) I was a good little girl (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) If I should plant a tiny seed of love (Chor.) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) I'll be your sweetheart (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) I'm Shy Mary Ellen (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) In the good old Summer time (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) In the Twi-twi-twilight (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Katie Connor (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Let the great big world keep turning (Chor.) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Oh! Oh! Antonio (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) On the Good Ship Yacki-Hicki (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) PC 49 (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) She's a lassie from Lancashire (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Ship Ahoy (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Ta ra ra Boom-de-ay (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) The Army of Today's Alright (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) The Galloping Major (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) The Lily of Laguna (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) The Ship I love (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Three O'clock in the morning (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Two Little girls in Blue (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Wait til the clouds roll by (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) Waiting for the Robert E Lee (Chorus) CDR38
Charlie Kunz (Piano) You made me love you (Chorus) CDR38
Chas Foster The Boers have got my Daddy TOP5
Chas. Austin P C Parker: The Police Station (Excerpt) VAR55
Chirgwin London CDR53
Christabel Pankhurst Suffrage for Women TOP7
Cicely Courtneidge Ali Babaís Camel VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Cicely Courtneidge Plonks her Guitar VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Double Damask VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Gentlemen! The King! VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Humpty Dumpty VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Iíll give her a ring VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge If I had Napoleonís Hat VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Laughing Gas VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Mrs Bartholomew VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge My Wild Oat VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge The Cure (Hiccoughs) VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge The Empire depends on You VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge The Girl in the Post Office VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge The Little Japanese Mamma VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge The Sunshine Cruise VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Thereís something about a soldier VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Things are looking up VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge When itís milking time in Switzerland VAR28
Cicely Courtneidge Why has a cow got four legs? VAR28
Clapham & Dwyer A Dayís Broadcasting VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer A Spot of Fishing VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer A Spot of Income Tax Bother VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer A Surrealist Alphabet VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer Another Dayís Broadcasting VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer Arguments VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer Buying a House VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer It Isnít Cricket VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer Making a Talkie VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer On Hobbies VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer On Photography VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer Tennis VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer The Boat Race VAR37
Clapham & Dwyer The Royal and Ancient Game VAR37
Clarice Mayne A broken doll CDR14
Clarice Mayne Bit of a ruin Cromwell knocked about a bit VAR14
Clarice Mayne Come and cuddle me CDR14
Clarice Mayne Every little while CDR14
Clarice Mayne Georgie took me walking in the park CDR14
Clarice Mayne Give me a cosy corner CDR14
Clarice Mayne I was a good little girl Ďtill I met you CDR14
Clarice Mayne Iíve got my eye on you CDR14
Clarice Mayne Itís luvly to be in love CDR14
Clarice Mayne Joshua CDR14
Clarice Mayne Josh-ua CDR53
Clarice Mayne Nursie Nursie CDR14
Clarice Mayne Put on your ta-ta little girlie CDR14
Clarice Mayne Will he answer goo-goo CDR14
Clarice Mayne & J W Tate (ďThatĒ) I was a good little girl Ďtill I met you CDR37
Clarkson Rose Back I went to Parliament VAR25
Clarkson Rose Back I went to the Ministry of Labour VAR25
Clarkson Rose Buy British VAR25
Clarkson Rose By the Windmill VAR25
Clarkson Rose Dada, Dada VAR25
Clarkson Rose Donít be so unkind, Baby VAR25
Clarkson Rose Ever so Goosey VAR25
Clarkson Rose He missed his Train again VAR25
Clarkson Rose Himazas VAR25
Clarkson Rose Hippopotamus VAR25
Clarkson Rose How does a little Liver Pill VAR25
Clarkson Rose I had to go and draw another Pound out VAR25
Clarkson Rose Iím bucked to death Iím married VAR25
Clarkson Rose Iíve gone and lost my little Yoyo VAR25
Clarkson Rose Iíve never seen a Straight Banana VAR25
Clarkson Rose More than anybody VAR25
Clarkson Rose Not by a Dam Side VAR25
Clarkson Rose Our Claraís Clicked again VAR25
Clarkson Rose Our Dog VAR25
Clarkson Rose The Average Man VAR25
Clarkson Rose The Gag Song VAR25
Clarkson Rose The Kerb Step VAR25
Clarkson Rose The Lunaticís Lullaby VAR50
Clarkson Rose The Pink Plant Pot VAR25
Clarkson Rose Three Cheers for the Middle Classes VAR25
Clarkson Rose Weíre all coming back again VAR25
Collinson and Dean Argue about Ambition VAR23
Community Singing Daisy Bell; VAR58
Community Singing Itís A Long Long Way To Tipperary VAR58
Community Singing Knees Up Mother Brown VAR58
Community Singing She was One of the Early Birds; VAR58
Community Singing The Old Bull And Bush VAR58
Community Singing Two Lovely Black Eyes VAR58
Connie Ediss I love Society CDR47
Cyril Fletcher Cuthbert Bostril VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Cyril Fletcher tells a Couple VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Dreaminí of Thee VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Fol-de-Rols: Operatic Lambeth Walk VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Fol-de-Rols: Riddles VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Fol-de-Rols: The Lodger VAR43
Cyril Fletcher George Wurzel VAR43
Cyril Fletcher More Odd Odes VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Ode of the Fletcher VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Orange Peel - A Comedy Ode VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The Fan VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The Invisible Man VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The Mermaid VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The Song of the Fletcher VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The Tale of Hector Cramp VAR43
Cyril Fletcher The War Worker Interviewed VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Theophilus and his Operation VAR43
Cyril Fletcher Whoíll have a Blood Orange VAR43
Daisy Taylor Algernon, Go Hon! CDR65
Daisy Taylor Archie, don't be so Stiff and Starchy! CDR65
Daisy Taylor Beautiful Baby Doll CDR65
Daisy Taylor Everybody loves our Baby CDR65
Daisy Taylor Hey Ho! Canít You hear the Steamer? CDR65
Daisy Taylor Iíll make You want Me CDR65
Daisy Taylor Iím coming back to Bonnie Scotland CDR65
Daisy Taylor Iíve got everything I want but you CDR65
Daisy Taylor Letís pretend Weíre married CDR65
Daisy Taylor Love me while the Loviní is Good CDR65
Daisy Taylor Make your mind up Maggie Mackenzie CDR65
Daisy Taylor Popsy Wopsy CDR65
Daisy Taylor Sandy, Take hold of my Hand CDR65
Daisy Taylor Sergeant Macadoo CDR65
Daisy Taylor Take Advice from One Who knows CDR65
Daisy Taylor Weíve been married just one year CDR65
Daisy Taylor When theyíve wound the watch up on the rhine (with Jack Charman) CDR65
Daisy Taylor You canít make Music with That! CDR65
Daisy Taylor Youíre here and Iím there CDR65
Daisy Wood One of the Ruins Cromwell knocked about CDR22
Dan Leno Clever Mr Green CDR1
Dan Leno Going to the Races CDR1
Dan Leno Going to the Races CDR61
Dan Leno McGlochellís men CDR1
Dan Leno Mrs. Kelly CDR1
Dan Leno My wifeís relations CDR1
Dan Leno Poppies CDR1
Dan Leno Spiritualism CDR1
Dan Leno The Grass Widower CDR1
Dan Leno The Hard-boiled Egg & the Wasp CDR1
Dan Leno The Huntsman CDR1
Dan Leno The Mayday Fireman CDR1
Dan Leno The Mocking Bird CDR1
Dan Leno The Robin CDR1
Dan Leno The Shopwalker CDR1
Dan Leno The Swimming Master CDR1
Dan Leno The Tower of London CDR1
Dan Leno The Tower of London CDR37
Dan Leno The Tower of London (Excerpt) VAR55
Dan Leno Wait till Iím his Father CDR1
Dan Leno Where are you going to, my Pretty Maid? CDR1
Dan Leno Who does the house belong to? CDR1
Daniel Farson Introduction VAR58
Daniel Farson Music Hall History VAR58
Daphne Anderson Iíve gone out for the Day VAR56
David Whitfield Cara Mia (Excerpt) VAR55
Delore Whiteman Broken Doll VAR77
Delore Whiteman Every Little While VAR77
Delore Whiteman Letís all go down the Strand VAR77
Descriptive Christmas Boxes - West End Style CDR20
Dick Henderson A Lassie up in Lancashire CDR55
Dick Henderson Caring for You CDR55
Dick Henderson Donít be so unkind Baby CDR55
Dick Henderson Drifting and Dreaming CDR55
Dick Henderson Good Night CDR55
Dick Henderson Had I but known CDR55
Dick Henderson Hello Bluebird CDR55
Dick Henderson I want a Pie with a Plum in CDR55
Dick Henderson I wish I had died in my Cradle CDR55
Dick Henderson Iím smiling through my Tears CDR55
Dick Henderson If I knew Iíd find You CDR55
Dick Henderson In Old Vienna CDR55
Dick Henderson Jog Jog Jogging along CDR55
Dick Henderson My Inspiration is You CDR55
Dick Henderson Pal of My Cradle Days CDR55
Dick Henderson Rosie Posieís CDR55
Dick Henderson She can make a Nice Cup of Tea CDR55
Dick Henderson Sheís such a comfort to Me CDR55
Dick Henderson Since I found You CDR55
Dick Henderson The Crowning of the Cotton Queen CDR55
Dick Henderson The ever open Door CDR55
Dick Henderson Will the Angels play their Harps for me CDR55
Dick Henderson Yorkshire CDR55
Dorothy Ward Tommyís Learning French TOP2
Dorrie Dene A Wonderful Week of Love VAR67
Dorrie Dene And He likes it VAR67
Dorrie Dene Bam Bam Bammy Shores VAR67
Dorrie Dene How I got on the Stage - and Off VAR67
Dorrie Dene I couldnít desert the Guides VAR67
Dorrie Dene I may be a Lady VAR67
Dorrie Dene I want to get thin VAR67
Dorrie Dene I would like to know WHY! VAR67
Dorrie Dene Iím fading away VAR67
Dorrie Dene It made You happy when You made Me cry VAR67
Dorrie Dene Itís altogether different VAR67
Dorrie Dene My Next Door Neighbour VAR67
Dorrie Dene Naughty old Man of Madrid VAR67
Dorrie Dene No Manís Mama VAR67
Dorrie Dene Nobody loves a Fat Girl VAR67
Dorrie Dene Nothiní VAR67
Dorrie Dene Oh lor lummy ainít it cold VAR67
Dorrie Dene Only to fade away VAR67
Dorrie Dene Sing us an English Song VAR67
Dorrie Dene That Naughty Old Man of Madrid VAR26
Dorrie Dene Trying to forget VAR67
Dorrie Dene Twiddling the Knobs on the Radio VAR26
Dorrie Dene Twiddling with the Knobs on the Radio VAR67
Dorrie Dene Wunga Bunga Boo VAR67
Douglas Byng A Christmas Pantomime VAR51
Douglas Byng And Modern American Ways VAR6
Douglas Byng At the Ball VAR6
Douglas Byng Boadicea VAR6
Douglas Byng Doris, The Goddess of Wind VAR50
Douglas Byng Flora McDonald VAR6
Douglas Byng Hot Handed Hetty VAR6
Douglas Byng Iím a Mummy VAR6
Douglas Byng Iím a Tree VAR6
Douglas Byng Iím Millie, a messy old Mermaid VAR6
Douglas Byng Iím one of the Queens of England VAR6
Douglas Byng Lizzie the Pre-War Flivver VAR6
Douglas Byng Lots of little things are done by Kindness VAR6
Douglas Byng Louisa from Pisa VAR6
Douglas Byng Mexican Minnie VAR6
Douglas Byng Miss Otis Regrets VAR6
Douglas Byng Mrs. Lot VAR6
Douglas Byng Naughty Nellie Gwyn VAR6
Douglas Byng Naughty Victorian Days VAR6
Douglas Byng Oriental Emma of the Ďarem VAR6
Douglas Byng Sex Appeal Sarah VAR6
Douglas Byng She may be all thatís wonderful VAR6
Douglas Byng Songs of the Shires - Hunting VAR6
Douglas Byng Songs of the Shires - Nana of the Manor VAR6
Douglas Byng Sport VAR6
Douglas Byng Spring VAR6
Douglas Byng Thank you so much Missus Lowsborough VAR6
Douglas Byng The Cabaret Boys VAR6
Douglas Byng The Sunday School has done a lot for me VAR6
Douglas Byng Things we want to know VAR6
Duncan & Godfrey The Costers Courtship CDR15
Edgar Wallace The Man in the Ditch VAR12
Edmund Sherras They all love Jack TOP1
Ella Retford All nice girls love a sailor(Ship Ahoy) CDR14
Ella Retford Bungalow in Borneo CDR28
Ella Retford Carolina Brown from China Town CDR28
Ella Retford Has anyone seen a German band CDR14
Ella Retford Hey ho canít you hear the steamer CDR14
Ella Retford I like your Apron and Bonnet CDR28
Ella Retford I want no other Girlie CDR28
Ella Retford I was a Good Little Girl CDR28
Ella Retford I wonder if you miss me sometimes CDR28
Ella Retford Iíd like to bring my Mother CDR28
Ella Retford Iím looking for Grahame White CDR28
Ella Retford Irish and proud of it too CDR14
Ella Retford Mary Ellen, tíIsle of Man CDR28
Ella Retford Mary, Donít you come from Spain CDR28
Ella Retford Molly Molloy CDR28
Ella Retford Molly OíMorgan CDR14
Ella Retford Mr McKie CDR28
Ella Retford Mr Wright youíre wrong CDR28
Ella Retford Popsy Wopsy CDR28
Ella Retford Sammy come over here CDR28
Ella Retford Sheís a Girl up North CDR28
Ella Retford Sheís a Lassie from Lancashire CDR28
Ella Retford Ship Ahoy(All nice girls love a sailor) CDR14
Ella Retford Some of these Days CDR28
Ella Retford Take a little bit off if you want to get on CDR28
Ella Retford Take me back to dear Old Blighty CDR14
Ella Retford Take me on the Flip Flap CDR28
Ella Retford Under the Honey Moon CDR28
Ella Retford Weíre all North Country Lads and Lassies CDR28
Ella Retford Who paid the rent for Mrs Rip Van Winkle CDR28
Ella Retford Yorkshire, One of us CDR28
Ella Retford You made me love you CDR28
Ella Retford You wouldnít know the old place now CDR28
Ella Shields All the nice girls are in the ballroom CDR12
Ella Shields Baa Lambs CDR12
Ella Shields Burlington Bertie from Bow CDR12
Ella Shields Burlington Bertie from Bow CDR37
Ella Shields Burlington Bertie from Bow (Excerpt) VAR55
Ella Shields Coo-ee CDR12
Ella Shields Everybody's singing CDR12
Ella Shields I donít admire the girl in White CDR12
Ella Shields Iím walking Ďround the world CDR12
Ella Shields I'd do it all over again CDR12
Ella Shields If you knew Susie, like I know Susie CDR12
Ella Shields I'm not there at all CDR12
Ella Shields Jolly Good fellows CDR12
Ella Shields Murphy, McCarthy, McGinty and McGhee CDR12
Ella Shields Nelly Grey CDR12
Ella Shields Oh! Itís a lovely war CDR12
Ella Shields San Francisco CDR12
Ella Shields Show me the way to go home CDR12
Ella Shields Smith, Jones, Robinson and Brown CDR12
Ella Shields Stick to London Town CDR12
Ella Shields The Kingís Navee CDR12
Ella Shields What a difference the Navyís made to me CDR12
Ella Shields When the bloom is on the heather CDR12
Ella Shields Why did I kiss that girl CDR12
Ella Shields Why did you creep into my heart CDR12
Ellaline Terriss Lousiana Lou CDR61
Elsa Lanchester And her Golden Hair was VAR63
Elsa Lanchester At my Time of Life VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Burlington Bertie from Bow VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Catís Meat VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Donít Tell my Mother Iím living in Sin VAR63
Elsa Lanchester hanging down her back VAR63
Elsa Lanchester He danced the Fandango VAR63
Elsa Lanchester He didnít oughter VAR63
Elsa Lanchester I avenít told ĎIm not up to now VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Ladies Bar VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Linda and her Londonderry Air VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Little Fred VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Mrs Badger-Butts VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Mrs Dyer, The Baby Farmer VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Never go walking without your Hat Pin VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Our Three Penny Hop VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Put my Little Shoes away VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Sell No More Drink to My Father VAR63
Elsa Lanchester She was poor but she was honest VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay VAR63
Elsa Lanchester The Fire Ship VAR63
Elsa Lanchester The Husbandís Clock VAR63
Elsa Lanchester The Ratcatcherís Daughter VAR63
Elsa Lanchester The Ruined Maid VAR63
Elsa Lanchester When I came into this House VAR63
Elsa Lanchester When the Old Dun Cow caught fire VAR63
Elsa Lanchester When the Summer comes again VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Wonít you Buy myBlooming Lavender VAR63
Elsa Lanchester Your baby ĎAs gorn down the Plug ĎOle VAR63
Elsie & Doris Waters Arenít we all? VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters At the court of Good Queen Bess VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Gert and Daisy make a Christmas Pudding VAR51
Elsie & Doris Waters Good Queen Bess VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Huntiní VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters I only met her on Sunday VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters In High Society VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters In the Parlour when the ComPanyís gone VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Jogging along behind the Old Grey Mare VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Just Gert And Daisy VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Knees up Mother Brown VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters London Pride VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Mrs Christopher Stone VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Mrs Flotsam and Jetsam VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Mrs Henry Hall VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Park yourself close to me VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Please leave my Butter alone VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters The ďBarrarsĒ in the Walworth Road VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters The Coronation girls VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters The Tale of a Hat VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Twenty Thousand Scotsmen shouted ďNoĒ VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Washing Dishes with my Sweetie VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters What it feels like to Broadcast VAR19
Elsie & Doris Waters Youíre in love VAR19
Elsie Janis Apres la Guerre CDR57
Elsie Janis Balliní the Jack CDR57
Elsie Janis Florrie was a Flapper CDR57
Elsie Janis Give me the Moonlight CDR57
Elsie Janis I love them all a little Bit CDR57
Elsie Janis Iím not prepared CDR57
Elsie Janis Iíve got Everything I want CDR57
Elsie Janis Prudence CDR57
Elsie Janis Smiles CDR57
Elsie Janis That Same Old Song CDR57
Elsie Janis The Darktown Strutters Ball CDR57
Elsie Janis The Fortune Teller CDR57
Elsie Janis The Jazz Band CDR57
Elsie Janis The Picture that I want to see CDR57
Elsie Janis Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula CDR57
Elsie Janis Youíre here and Iím there CDR57
Elton Hayes A Frog He would a wooing go VAR90
Elton Hayes Adelphi Arches VAR90
Elton Hayes All round my Hat VAR90
Elton Hayes Courtiní in the Kitchen VAR90
Elton Hayes Duck and the Kangaroo VAR90
Elton Hayes Greensleeves VAR90
Elton Hayes I had a Hippopotamus VAR90
Elton Hayes I Pass all my Hours VAR90
Elton Hayes Jacqueline VAR90
Elton Hayes Joe the Carrier Lad VAR90
Elton Hayes Just a wearyiní for You VAR90
Elton Hayes Little Bridget Flynn VAR90
Elton Hayes Little Mohee VAR90
Elton Hayes My heart is like a Nightingale VAR90
Elton Hayes Not the Marrying Kind VAR90
Elton Hayes Oh the Cuckoo, sheís a Pretty Bird VAR90
Elton Hayes Riddle de Diddle De Day VAR90
Elton Hayes The Bold Black Knight VAR90
Elton Hayes The Broom, The Shovel and The Tongs VAR90
Elton Hayes The Jumblies VAR90
Elton Hayes The Little Black Horse VAR90
Elton Hayes The Millerís Daughter VAR90
Elton Hayes The Owl and the Pussy Cat VAR90
Elton Hayes The Phantom Stage Coach VAR90
Elton Hayes The Phantom Stage Coach VAR90
Elton Hayes The Quangle Wangleís Hat VAR90
Elton Hayes The Spinning Wheel VAR90
Elton Hayes The Table and the Chair VAR90
Elton Hayes The Unquiet Grave VAR90
Elton Hayes Whistle my Love VAR90
Emile Berliner Whist! The Bogey Man CDR47
Eric Farr When the Boys come Home once more TOP5
Ernest Hastings A Happy Married Man CDR72
Ernest Hastings A Soldiers Reminiscences CDR72
Ernest Hastings After Thoughts CDR72
Ernest Hastings And yet I don't know CDR72
Ernest Hastings Ever since He pelmanised CDR72
Ernest Hastings Gerrard 64 CDR72
Ernest Hastings Iíve heard a Rumour CDR72
Ernest Hastings In my Young Days CDR72
Ernest Hastings Lovely Music CDR72
Ernest Hastings Mother always sends the Very Thing CDR72
Ernest Hastings Muldoon's Ball CDR72
Ernest Hastings My Family CDR72
Ernest Hastings My Word, You do look Queer CDR72
Ernest Hastings Nothing over Sixpence in the Store CDR72
Ernest Hastings Oh dear what can the matter be CDR72
Ernest Hastings Perverted Placards CDR72
Ernest Hastings Seaside Posters CDR72
Ernest Hastings Song of the Ford CDR72
Ernest Hastings The Future Variety Show CDR72
Ernest Hastings The Military Representative CDR72
Ernest Hastings The Nut Brown Ale of England CDR72
Ernest Hastings The Roast Beef of Old England CDR72
Ernest Hastings The Village Blacksmith CDR72
Ernest Hastings Wireless CDR72
Ernest Longstaffe Introduction to Chairman Rob Currie VAR58
Ernest Shand At the Seaside CDR45
Ernest Shand By the Sea CDR45
Ernest Shand Daily Mirror Front Page CDR45
Ernest Shand I went on my Way Rejoicing CDR45
Ernest Shand In a Case like that, Donít Wait CDR45
Ernest Shand In America CDR45
Ernest Shand Introductions CDR45
Ernest Shand Lloyd Jarge CDR45
Ernest Shand Oh isnít it Singular CDR45
Ernest Shand Poor Noah Moore CDR45
Ernest Shand Short Stories CDR45
Ernest Shand That broke up the Party CDR45
Ernest Shand The Bachelor CDR45
Ernest Shand The Husbandís Strike TOP7
Ernest Shand The Husband's Strike CDR45
Ernest Shand The Last Pub CDR45
Ernest Shand The M.P. CDR45
Ernest Shand The Orator CDR45
Ernest Shand The Ragtime Curate CDR45
Ernest Shand Voluntary Contributions CDR45
Ernest Shand We really had a most Delightful Evening CDR45
Ernie Mayne A níegg and some níham and a níonion CDR25
Ernie Mayne Eggs and bacon CDR25
Ernie Mayne Farmyard on the brain CDR25
Ernie Mayne Fried fruit fritters CDR25
Ernie Mayne Goosey, Goosey, Gander CDR25
Ernie Mayne Hello! Old whatís-a- name CDR25
Ernie Mayne Howís your poor old feet CDR37
Ernie Mayne I do like a little bit of Turkey CDR20
Ernie Mayne I like aínot water bottle in bed CDR25
Ernie Mayne Iíve never wronged an onion CDR25
Ernie Mayne Letís go round and have a taster CDR25
Ernie Mayne Lloyd Georgeís Beer CDR25
Ernie Mayne My meatless day CDR25
Ernie Mayne No, We donít keep fish, only kippers CDR25
Ernie Mayne Nobody loves a fat man CDR25
Ernie Mayne on a pound of pickled pork CDR25
Ernie Mayne Our little garden Sub-bub CDR25
Ernie Mayne San-fari-ann CDR25
Ernie Mayne Tale of my husband's shirt CDR25
Ernie Mayne Tarzan of the apes CDR25
Ernie Mayne Ten little fingers CDR25
Ernie Mayne The roast beef of old England CDR25
Ernie Mayne Thtop your thtuttering Thammy CDR25
Ernie Mayne We used to gather at the old Dun Cow CDR25
Ernie Mayne What díyer think of that? CDR25
Ernie Mayne Where do the flies go in the Wintertime? CDR25
Ernie Mayne Wireless on the brain CDR25
Ernie Mayne You canít get many pimples CDR25
Ethel Levey Good-bye Summer, So long Fall! CDR57
Ethel Levey Hello Wintertime! CDR57
Ethel Levey How do You do, Miss Ragtime? CDR57
Ethel Levey My Tango Girl CDR57
Ethel Levey That Hula Hula CDR57
Ethel Levey Where did Robinson Crusoe go CDR57
Eugene Stratton Little Dolly Day-Dream CDR61
Eugene Stratton The Lily of Laguna (Excerpt) VAR55
Eugene Stratton Coon Drum Major CDR22
Eugene Stratton I may be crazy but I love you CDR22
Eugene Stratton Lily of Laguna CDR22
Eugene Stratton Little Dolly Daydream CDR22
Eve Lynd Yes, You are! VAR81
Evelyn Laye I'll See You Again (Excerpt) VAR55
Fanny Fields When Schultz fights the Drum CDR53
FForde & W Miller If the World were ruled by Girls TOP7
Flanagan & Allen Underneath the Arches (Excerpt) VAR55
Flanders & Swann Music of a Gnu VAR50
Florence Desmond A British Mother's Big Flight VAR66
Florence Desmond A Hollywood Bridge Game VAR66
Florence Desmond A Lady in Waiting VAR66
Florence Desmond Be Yourself VAR66
Florence Desmond Cigarettes, Cigars VAR66
Florence Desmond Deepest Shelter in Town VAR66
Florence Desmond Havenít I seen You before? VAR66
Florence Desmond Hollywood Party VAR66
Florence Desmond How did He look? VAR66
Florence Desmond In Love Again VAR66
Florence Desmond Kiss me Dear VAR66
Florence Desmond Mademoiselle líAmour VAR66
Florence Desmond Mae Time VAR66
Florence Desmond More Impersonations VAR66
Florence Desmond Mr Jones VAR66
Florence Desmond Oh! What a surprise for the Duce VAR66
Florence Desmond Public Sweetheart No1 VAR66
Florence Desmond Rehearsal for the Troops VAR66
Florence Desmond She had to go and lose it at the Astor VAR66
Florrie Forde A long, long way to Tipperary CDR5
Florrie Forde A new wife now CDR5
Florrie Forde After the Ball VAR18
Florrie Forde All aboard for Margate CDR62
Florrie Forde All in Favour Shout ďHear HearĒ VAR18
Florrie Forde Always trust a Sailor CDR62
Florrie Forde Another Little Girl in Your Eye CDR62
Florrie Forde Are we to part like this? VAR18
Florrie Forde Carrie from Camden Town CDR62
Florrie Forde Come and hear the Orchestra CDR62
Florrie Forde Come into the Parlour, Charlie CDR5
Florrie Forde Daisy Bell CDR5
Florrie Forde Do drop in the Dewdrop Inn CDR62
Florrie Forde Down at the old Bull & Bush CDR14
Florrie Forde Down at the Old Bull and Bush VAR14
Florrie Forde Down at the Old Bull and Bush VAR18
Florrie Forde Easy Street CDR62
Florrie Forde Fair Fat and Forty VAR18
Florrie Forde Flanagan CDR14
Florrie Forde Flanagan CDR5
Florrie Forde Flo From Pimlico CDR37
Florrie Forde Follow Your Uncle Bob VAR18
Florrie Forde For Old Timesí Sake VAR18
Florrie Forde Forty Fousand Thrushes VAR18
Florrie Forde Girls study your cookery book CDR14
Florrie Forde Girls, study your Cookery Book CDR5
Florrie Forde Give Yourself a pat on the back VAR18
Florrie Forde Goodbye Dolly Gray VAR18
Florrie Forde Goodbye ee TOP2
Florrie Forde Has anybody here seen Kelly? CDR5
Florrie Forde Has anyone here seen Kelly? CDR14
Florrie Forde Hello, Whoís your lady friend CDR14
Florrie Forde Hold your hand out naughty boy CDR14
Florrie Forde Hold your hand out, naughty boy CDR5
Florrie Forde Hospitality House VAR18
Florrie Forde Howíd you like to spoon with me? CDR5
Florrie Forde I donít wanna go home VAR18
Florrie Forde I don't care if the Mormons come CDR62
Florrie Forde Iíve got rings on my fingers CDR5
Florrie Forde Is anybody looking for a Widow CDR5
Florrie Forde It pays to advertise CDR5
Florrie Forde Keep away from the Petticoats CDR62
Florrie Forde Letís all be a happy family VAR18
Florrie Forde Long way to Tipperary CDR14
Florrie Forde Looping the Loop CDR62
Florrie Forde Love is Money CDR62
Florrie Forde Maggie Jane VAR18
Florrie Forde Man and Wife should always pull together CDR5
Florrie Forde Mary took her Calves to The Dairy Show CDR62
Florrie Forde My German Band CDR5
Florrie Forde My Little Love Bird CDR62
Florrie Forde My wife won't let me CDR5
Florrie Forde Oh Father CDR62
Florrie Forde Oh George tell them to stop the Flip Flap CDR62
Florrie Forde Oh Oh Antonio CDR14
Florrie Forde Oh the Lady with the Glad Eye CDR62
Florrie Forde Oh! Flo! VAR18
Florrie Forde Oh! Maritana VAR18
Florrie Forde Oh! Oh! Antonio CDR5
Florrie Forde Oh! The Fancy Petticoat CDR37
Florrie Forde Oh! What a Night VAR18
Florrie Forde On the Banks of the Rhine CDR62
Florrie Forde One Day, She helped Herself to Father CDR62
Florrie Forde Only a bird in a gilded cage CDR5
Florrie Forde Píliceman, Píliceman, Hold my hand VAR18
Florrie Forde Pack up your troubles VAR14
Florrie Forde Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag CDR5
Florrie Forde Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag CDR14
Florrie Forde Play that again on the Gramophone CDR5
Florrie Forde Please Teacher! VAR18
Florrie Forde Polish up the handle on the door CDR5
Florrie Forde Poor Aunt Jane CDR62
Florrie Forde Pretty Kitty Kelly VAR18
Florrie Forde Red Light ďDangerĒ CDR61
Florrie Forde Sarah Ann CDR62
Florrie Forde She didnít think she was doing any harm CDR5
Florrie Forde Sheís a lassie from Lancashire CDR14
Florrie Forde Sheís a Lassie from Lancashire CDR5
Florrie Forde Susannahís long stocking CDR14
Florrie Forde Take me back to Dear Old Blighty TOP2
Florrie Forde Ta-Ta be lucky VAR18
Florrie Forde Thatís what the Girl told the Soldier CDR62
Florrie Forde The ďSmileĒ Song VAR18
Florrie Forde The Barmaidís Song VAR18
Florrie Forde The Brixton Girl CDR62
Florrie Forde The Bull and Bush CDR5
Florrie Forde The Bull and Bush (Excerpt) VAR55
Florrie Forde The Mansion of Aching Hearts VAR18
Florrie Forde The Old Welsh Harp CDR62
Florrie Forde Theyíre all single by the seaside CDR5
Florrie Forde Up to one of your tricks again CDR5
Florrie Forde Waltz me around again, Willie VAR18
Florrie Forde Weíve got a Motor CDR62
Florrie Forde Wet Paint CDR62
Florrie Forde What happened to the Manx Catís Tail VAR18
Florrie Forde What Price A Little Bit of Crackling on the Pork? CDR62
Florrie Forde What the curate saw CDR5
Florrie Forde When we went strolling round the town VAR18
Florrie Forde You do take up a Lot of Room CDR62
Florrie Forde Youíve got to get up in the Morning CDR62
Florrie Forde By the Side of the Zeider Zee CDR53
Flotsam and Jetsam A British Spelling Song VAR50
Flotsam and Jetsam A Musical Confession VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam At the Coronation 1937 (1) VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam At the Coronation 1937 (2) VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Bats in the belfry VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Big Ben calling VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Business man's love song VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Down with Dora VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Ghost of an old king's jester VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Hello Ma VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Introduction (Flotsam and Jetsam) VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Introduction (Flotsam and Jetsam) VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Is e an Aussie Lizzie? VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam King Canute VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Little Betty Bouncer VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Little Chap VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Little Joan VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Love and Kisses VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Maud Marie VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Melodrama of the mice VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Move into my house VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Mrs. Peer Gynt VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Must it always be so? VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam New words for old VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Old Bill and Young Bill VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Only a few of us left VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam PC Lamb VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Piano Impressions VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Pipe and Cigarette VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Polonaise in the Mall VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Postscript (Flotsam and Jetsam) VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Postscript (Flotsam and Jetsam) VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Schubertís Toyshop VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Simon the Bootlegger VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Sing a song of England VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Song of Love VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Song of the Air VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The Alsation and the Pekinese VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The British Pantomime VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The Girl across the Way VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam The High Brow Sailor VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam The Londoner and the Hun VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The modern diver VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The Pussycat News VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam The Spooning of the Knife and Fork VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam Two Different Men VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Village Blacksmith up to date VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam We never know what to expect VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam Weather Reports VAR93
Flotsam and Jetsam What was the matter with Rachmaninoff? VAR10
Flotsam and Jetsam When I grow old Dad VAR93
Foster Richardson Angel of Mons TOP2
Frank Leo All have this with me CDR52
Frank Leo Are you walking out with Anybody CDR52
Frank Leo Harry and Family at the Zoo CDR52
Frank Leo Has Anyone been asking for me? CDR52
Frank Leo I didnít want to cause any Trouble CDR52
Frank Leo I had to leave CDR52
Frank Leo I thought there was something the Matter CDR52
Frank Leo I wonder what Heís going to do next CDR52
Frank Leo If youíre doing that for me you can stop CDR52
Frank Leo It makes One think CDR52
Frank Leo It was a sad, sad, day for me CDR52
Frank Leo Itís a Grand Sight to see them going away CDR52
Frank Leo Mister Cook CDR52
Frank Leo One and a Penny a Day CDR52
Frank Leo Waiting for further Evidence CDR52
Frank Leo We are all equal in the Sea CDR52
Frank Leo We are going to have a Nice Afternoon CDR52
Frank Leo We are going to have a Nice Afternoon CDR52
Frank Leo When the Bugle calls CDR52
Frank Leo When the Camp Fireís brightly burning CDR52
Frank Leo You ought to see the Way weíre coming along CDR52
Frank Randle The Old Hiker VAR14
Frank Randle The Old Hiker (Live Recording) VAR50
Frankie Howerd Three Little Fishes VAR50
Frankie Vaughan Garden of Eden (Excerpt) VAR55
Fred Barnes Give me the moonlight, Give me the Girl VAR26
Fred Barnes The Black Sheep of the Family VAR26
Fred Dixon Are We to part like this CDR47
Fred Dixon Captain of the Forty Thieves CDR47
Fred Dixon Follow the Man from Cooks CDR47
Fred Dixon We all had a Finger in the Pie CDR47
Fred Earle Ainít it Ďot CDR32
Fred Earle I donít care what becomes of me CDR15
Fred Earle In the Morning CDR15
Fred Earle John, John, John CDR32
Fred Earle Meat, Meat, Meat CDR15
Fred Earle Thatís as far as I can go CDR15
Fred Earle Up went my little Umbrella CDR37
Fred Elton I shouted "Bovril" to the Bull CDR63
Fred Elton Look! Look! The Moon Manís in the Sky CDR63
Fred Elton Mammy come back to me CDR63
Fred Elton Marie OíNeil CDR63
Fred Elton Music Hall Tit-Bits (The Medley Song) CDR63
Fred Elton Should a Woman tell? CDR63
Fred Elton The Funny Little Bunny Sonny had CDR63
Fred Hilton Iím Better Off in my Little Dug-Out TOP2
Fred Lay Donít forget your Umbrella, John CDR61
Frith Banbury The German Band VAR81
Full Company Beer, Beer, glorious Beer (Chorus) VAR56
Full Company Daisy Bell (Chorus) VAR56
Full Company She was one of the Early Birds (Chorus) VAR56
Full Company The Old Bull And Bush (Chorus) VAR56
G H Elliott Hello Susie Green VAR50
G H Elliott I Used To Sigh For The SIlvery Moon VAR58
G Snazelle The Whistler CDR47
G. H. Chirgwin Asleep in the deep CDR22
G. H. Chirgwin Blind Boy CDR22
G. H. Chirgwin My Fiddle is my Sweetheart CDR22
G. H. Chirgwin The Jocular Joker CDR22
G. H. Elliott Down Kentucky Way VAR2
G. H. Elliott Down Sunnyside Lane VAR2
G. H. Elliott Get Out and Get Under the Moon VAR2
G. H. Elliott Hear the Ukuleles A-Calling You VAR2
G. H. Elliott Here comes the Sun VAR2
G. H. Elliott Honey VAR2
G. H. Elliott Hot Yodel VAR2
G. H. Elliott Hundreds of Miles away VAR2
G. H. Elliott I miss a Little Miss VAR2
G. H. Elliott Iím going back again to Old Nebraska VAR2
G. H. Elliott Lily of Laguna VAR2
G. H. Elliott Little Dolly Daydream VAR2
G. H. Elliott Make Yourself a Happiness Pie VAR2
G. H. Elliott Makiní Faces at the Man in the Moon VAR2
G. H. Elliott Moonshine is better than Sunshine VAR2
G. H. Elliott Muddling Through VAR2
G. H. Elliott My Galís given me the Go-Bye VAR2
G. H. Elliott Oklahoma VAR2
G. H. Elliott Plain Chocolate VAR2
G. H. Elliott Since I met Mary Jane VAR2
G. H. Elliott So long as the sun keeps shining VAR2
G. H. Elliott Swinging on a Hammock VAR2
G. H. Elliott Up with the Lark in the Morning VAR2
G. H. Elliott U-Ra-Li-O VAR2
G. H. Elliott Walking with Susie VAR2
George Brooks And his Dayís Work was done CDR32
George Elliott If the Man in the Moon were a Coon CDR61
George Formby John Willie goes Carolling VAR51
George Formby Letting the New Year in VAR51
George Formby When Father said heíd pay the Rent CDR37
George Formby Jnr. Auntie Maggieís Remedy VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Chinese Laundry Blues VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Do De O Do VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Fanlight Fanny VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Frigid Air Fanny VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Happy Go Lucky Me VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I blew a little Blast on my Whistle VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I could make a Good Living at that VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I do Things I do VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I told My Baby with the Ukelele VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I went all Hot and Cold VAR54
George Formby Jnr. I wonder Who's under her Balcony now VAR54
George Formby Jnr. If you don't want the Goods, etc. VAR54
George Formby Jnr. It's turned out Nice again VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Leaning on a Lampost VAR54
George Formby Jnr. She can't say 'No' (with Beryl Formby) VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Sitting on the Ice in the Ice Rink VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Sitting on the Sands all night VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Swimmin' with the Wimmin VAR54
George Formby Jnr. The Man was a Stranger to Me VAR54
George Formby Jnr. The Window Cleaner No2 VAR54
George Formby Jnr. When I'm cleaning Windows VAR54
George Formby Jnr. Why don't Women like Me? VAR54
George Formby Jnr. With my Little stick of Blackpool Rock VAR54
George Formby Jnr. With my Little Ukelele in My Hand (Live) VAR54
George Formby Jnr. You canít keep a Growing Lad down VAR54
George Formby Snr. A Merry Christmas CDR20
George Formby Snr. Bits Fraí Wigan CDR8
George Formby Snr. Commercial Traveller CDR8
George Formby Snr. Did you see the Crowd in Piccadilly CDR8
George Formby Snr. Father tried it on CDR8
George Formby Snr. Frightened to go to sleep again CDR8
George Formby Snr. Grandfatherís Clock CDR8
George Formby Snr. Heigh-ho CDR8
George Formby Snr. I began to run CDR8
George Formby Snr. I parted my hair in the middle CDR8
George Formby Snr. I sobbed and I cried like a child CDR8
George Formby Snr. I turned my Trousers up CDR8
George Formby Snr. John Willie, Come on CDR8
George Formby Snr. Just before the Show CDR8
George Formby Snr. Kind Words never die CDR8
George Formby Snr. Looking for mugs in the Strand CDR8
George Formby Snr. One, Two, Three, Four, Five CDR8
George Formby Snr. Orrible ĎErbert CDR8
George Formby Snr. Plink Plonk CDR8
George Formby Snr. Since I had a Row with the Wife CDR8
George Formby Snr. Standing at the corner of the Street CDR8
George Formby Snr. To let CDR8
George Formby Snr. Twice nightly CDR8
George Formby Snr. We all went home in a Cab CDR8
George Gaskin Break the news to mother TOP5
George J Gaskin And her Golden Hair etc. CDR47
George J Gaskin God save the Queen TOP5
George J Gaskin Just because She made Dem Goo Goo Eyes CDR47
George Jackley Only a bird in a gilded cage VAR14
George Jackley Two Little Tom Tits were tweeting VAR26
George Jackley We all went up, up, up the mountain VAR26
George Jackley Why does a Donkey bray? VAR26
George Lashwood A Rainy Afternoon CDR10
George Lashwood Dear Mr. Admiral CDR10
George Lashwood Hang out the front door key CDR10
George Lashwood I forgot the number on the door CDR10
George Lashwood Itís a long long walk CDR10
George Lashwood I've been out with Charlie Brown CDR10
George Lashwood Just for a girl CDR10
George Lashwood Ladies I have met CDR61
George Lashwood Mr Pat O'Hara (Take me to the harem) CDR10
George Lashwood My latchkey CDR10
George Lashwood Oh! Blow the scenery on the railway CDR10
George Lashwood One of the girls CDR10
George Lashwood Riding on top of the car CDR10
George Lashwood Saturday-aturday CDR10
George Lashwood Sea Sea Sea CDR10
George Lashwood Send for a policeman CDR10
George Lashwood Take a tip from Father CDR37
George Lashwood The Babyís Parade CDR10
George Lashwood The Serpentine CDR10
George Lashwood The Statues in Trafalgar Square CDR10
George Lashwood Twilight CDR10
George Lashwood What a Don! CDR10
George Mozart The Dentist CDR61
George Robey All for the best CDR17
George Robey And very nice too CDR17
George Robey Archibald, Certainly Not! CDR17
George Robey Conclusions CDR17
George Robey I haven't the faintest idea CDR17
George Robey I mean to say CDR17
George Robey I shouldn't be a bit surprised CDR17
George Robey Mayor of Mudcumdyke CDR53
George Robey Not that I wish to say anything CDR17
George Robey Such a Look CDR17
George Robey The Editress CDR17
George Robey The first time I've ever done that CDR17
George Robey The Lion Tamer CDR17
George Robey The Mayor of Mudcomdyke CDR17
George Robey The Mormon's Song CDR17
George Robey The Prehistoric Man CDR17
George Robey The Pro's Landlady CDR17
George Robey The Servant's Registry Office CDR17
George Robey The Widow of Colonel de Tracey CDR17
George Robey We parted the best of friends CDR17
George Robey What are you looking at me for? CDR17
George Robey Where's the Butler? CDR17
George Van Dusen A wee drap oí Scotch VAR30
George Van Dusen Come along Liza, Come along Bill VAR30
George Van Dusen Holiday Time is Jollity Time VAR30
George Van Dusen Intro and Mountain High VAR30
George Van Dusen Itís Holiday Time Again VAR30
George Van Dusen Itís Party Time again VAR30
George Van Dusen Knees Up Yodelling Song VAR30
George Van Dusen Mountain Melodies VAR30
George Van Dusen Murphyís Wedding Day VAR30
George Van Dusen Poloskyís Russian Party VAR30
George Van Dusen Smile Smile Smile VAR30
George Van Dusen The Warbling Yodeller VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Accordeon Man VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Cowboy VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Farmer VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Huntsman VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Mouth Organ Player VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Sailor VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Toreador VAR30
George Van Dusen The Yodelling Wanderer VAR30
George Van Dusen Warbling and Yodelling VAR30
George Van Dusen Yodelling Banjo Player VAR30
George Van Dusen Yodelling Izzy VAR30
George Van Dusen Yodelling Sergeant Major VAR30
George Van Dusen Yodelling Tommy Atkins VAR30
George Van Dusen Yodelling Working Man VAR30
Gertie Gitana Dinna Forget CDR23
Gertie Gitana Iíll dream of you CDR23
Gertie Gitana Imitation of a Dutch girl singing ďYaaka HulaĒ CDR23
Gertie Gitana Iola CDR23
Gertie Gitana Meet me by Moonlight, Mary CDR23
Gertie Gitana Mein Schnieder CDR23
Gertie Gitana My dear Marie CDR23
Gertie Gitana My Dusky Princess CDR23
Gertie Gitana Nellie Dean CDR23
Gertie Gitana Nellie Dean (Excerpt) VAR55
Gertie Gitana Never Mind CDR23
Gertie Gitana Nobody else but you CDR23
Gertie Gitana Once upon a time CDR23
Gertie Gitana Silver Bell CDR23
Gertie Gitana Strolling with my Mary down the lane CDR23
Gertie Gitana Sweet Caroline CDR23
Gertie Gitana Thereís a Cottage in Ballymahone CDR23
Gertie Gitana Violette CDR23
Gertie Gitana Weíve been Chums for Fifty years CDR23
Gertie Gitana When the Harvest moon is shining CDR23
Gertie Gitana Yesterday you called me Sweetheart CDR23
Gertie Gitana You were coming throí the corn, Molly CDR23
Gertrude Lawrence The Physician (Excerpt) VAR55
Gillie Potter Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about Russia VAR15
Gillie Potter Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about Society VAR15
Gillie Potter Heard at Hogsnorton: The Truth about the BBC VAR15
Gillie Potter Mr Potter has a Brother VAR15
Gillie Potter Mr Potter visits Southend VAR15
Gillie Potter Mr Potter Wanders On VAR15
Gillie Potter Mr Potter waxes Historical VAR15
Gillie Potter Mr Potterís Sporting Broadcast VAR15
Gillie Potter With Spaghetti to Italy VAR15
Gillie Potter You know and all that VAR15
Gipsy Smith After the Shadows TOP6
Gipsy Smith Can Others see Jesus in You? TOP6
Gipsy Smith Christ, My All TOP6
Gipsy Smith He lifted Me TOP6
Gipsy Smith He satisfies Me so TOP6
Gipsy Smith I heard the Voice of Jesus say TOP6
Gipsy Smith Jesus is my Light and Song TOP6
Gipsy Smith Jesus, The Light of the World TOP6
Gipsy Smith Kept for Jesus TOP6
Gipsy Smith Love in the Wild TOP6
Gipsy Smith Love won My Heart TOP6
Gipsy Smith My Garden of Memory TOP6
Gipsy Smith O, Beautiful City of God TOP6
Gipsy Smith Pardoning Grace TOP6
Gipsy Smith Pass It On TOP6
Gipsy Smith Satisfied TOP6
Gipsy Smith Saved by Grace TOP6
Gipsy Smith Where He leads Me TOP6
Gipsy Smith Wonderful Jesus TOP6
Gipsy Smith Wonderful Jesus TOP6
Grace Fields Sally (Excerpt) VAR55
Gracie Fields A May morning VAR14
Gracie Fields A Musical Menu VAR94
Gracie Fields An Old Violin VAR94
Gracie Fields Christopher Robin VAR94
Gracie Fields Fairy on the Christmas Tree VAR51
Gracie Fields FDR Jones VAR94
Gracie Fields Fred Fannakapan VAR17
Gracie Fields Gracieís Christmas Party VAR51
Gracie Fields He forgot to come back VAR94
Gracie Fields Heaven will protect an honest girl VAR17
Gracie Fields Hot Pot VAR17
Gracie Fields I canít remember VAR94
Gracie Fields I hear a Dream VAR94
Gracie Fields I never cried so much VAR94
Gracie Fields Iím sending a letter to Santa Claus VAR94
Gracie Fields If you were the only boy in the World VAR94
Gracie Fields In Jerusalem VAR94
Gracie Fields In my little bottom drawer VAR17
Gracie Fields In the woodshed she said she would VAR17
Gracie Fields Invitation to the Press Lunch (Talking) VAR94
Gracie Fields Like the Big Pots do VAR17
Gracie Fields Little pudden basin VAR17
Gracie Fields Mary Ellen's Hot Pot Party VAR17
Gracie Fields May Morn VAR94
Gracie Fields O come all Ye faithful VAR94
Gracie Fields Oh! sailor behave VAR17
Gracie Fields Old Manís Darling VAR50
Gracie Fields Our Avenue VAR17
Gracie Fields Out in the Cold Cold Snow VAR94
Gracie Fields Out in the cold, cold snow VAR14
Gracie Fields Out in the Cold, Cold Snow VAR94
Gracie Fields Please leave my Butter alone VAR94
Gracie Fields Punch and Judy Show VAR14
Gracie Fields Punch and Judy Show VAR94
Gracie Fields Red Sails in the Sunset VAR94
Gracie Fields Rochdale Hounds VAR14
Gracie Fields Rochdale Hounds VAR94
Gracie Fields Romany VAR94
Gracie Fields Run Rabbit run VAR94
Gracie Fields Sally VAR14
Gracie Fields Sally VAR94
Gracie Fields Scented Soap VAR17
Gracie Fields Sing as we go VAR94
Gracie Fields Singin' in the bathtub VAR17
Gracie Fields Smile when you say Goodbye VAR94
Gracie Fields Somebody VAR94
Gracie Fields Stop and shop at the Co-op Shop VAR17
Gracie Fields Stormy Weather VAR14
Gracie Fields Stormy Weather VAR94
Gracie Fields Take a look at mine VAR17
Gracie Fields The Bargain Hunter VAR17
Gracie Fields The Bells of St Maryís VAR94
Gracie Fields The Biggest Aspidistra in the World VAR17
Gracie Fields The Biggest Aspidistra in the World VAR94
Gracie Fields The clatter of the clogs VAR17
Gracie Fields The lovely aspidistra in old art pot VAR17
Gracie Fields The mocking bird went ďCuckooĒ VAR17
Gracie Fields The Old Lady from Armentieres VAR94
Gracie Fields Thereíll always be an England VAR94
Gracie Fields Thereís a Cabin in the Pines VAR14
Gracie Fields Thereís a Cabin in the Pines VAR94
Gracie Fields They canít ration Love VAR94
Gracie Fields Three Green Bonnets VAR94
Gracie Fields Unlucky Number Thirteen VAR17
Gracie Fields Walter VAR94
Gracie Fields We're living at The Cloisters VAR17
Gracie Fields What can you give a nudist on his birthday VAR17
Gracie Fields Whatís the good of a Birthday VAR94
Gracie Fields When I grow too old to dream VAR94
Gracie Fields When we all went to the Zoo VAR17
Gracie Fields Whiskers and all VAR14
Gracie Fields Whiskers and All VAR94
Gracie Fields Why does the hyena laugh? VAR17
Gracie Fields Wish me Luck as you wave me goodbye VAR94
Gracie Fields Would a Manx Cat wag its tail? VAR17
Gracie Fields You can't kill flies by scratching them VAR17
Grock A-be, My Boy VAR71
Grock Grock gibt ein zweites Konzert VAR71
Grock Grock hŲrt eine Forelle VAR71
Grock Music Hall Sketch (1932) VAR71
Grock Sketch de Music Hall (In French) VAR71
Gus Elen Arf a Pint of Ale CDR15
Gus Elen Dick Whittington CDR2
Gus Elen Donít stop my Ďarf a pint oí beer CDR37
Gus Elen Down the Road CDR2
Gus Elen Down the Road VAR14
Gus Elen E dunno where ĎE are CDR15
Gus Elen E dunno where 'E are CDR2
Gus Elen Half a pint o' ale CDR2
Gus Elen Iím going to settle down CDR2
Gus Elen If I were King of England CDR15
Gus Elen If it wasn't for the houses in between CDR2
Gus Elen Itís a great big shame VAR14
Gus Elen Itís a Great Big Shame (Excerpt) VAR55
Gus Elen It's a great big shame CDR2
Gus Elen Me-riah CDR61
Gus Elen Mrs Carter CDR2
Gus Elen Nature's made a big mistake CDR2
Gus Elen Pretty little villa down at Barking CDR2
Gus Elen The Coster's Muvver CDR2
Gus Elen The Coster's Pony CDR2
Gus Elen The Golden Dustman CDR15
Gus Elen The Golden Dustman CDR2
Gus Elen The New Cut Coon CDR47
Gus Elen The new pyjama hat CDR2
Gus Elen The Pavement Artist CDR15
Gus Elen The Postman's 'oliday CDR2
Gus Elen The Publican CDR2
Gus Elen Wait till the work comes round CDR2
H Clarke Mendelssohn's Concerto (Banjo) CDR47
H Cove & J Charman That Ragtime Suffragette TOP7
H. Lane Wilson The Sailorís Life TOP1
Hamilton Hill A Little Boy called Taps CDR44
Hamilton Hill Airship and the Swallow CDR44
Hamilton Hill Be my Girl CDR44
Hamilton Hill Bluebell CDR44
Hamilton Hill Do, Re, Me, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do CDR44
Hamilton Hill Donít Cry Sister Jane CDR44
Hamilton Hill Eyes of Blue CDR44
Hamilton Hill Farewell my little Yo San CDR44
Hamilton Hill Fireman's Song CDR44
Hamilton Hill Goodbye Little Girl CDR44
Hamilton Hill Goodbye, Sweet Marie CDR44
Hamilton Hill I want to be a Drummer in the Band CDR44
Hamilton Hill If I should plant a Tiny Seed of Love CDR44
Hamilton Hill I'll be true CDR44
Hamilton Hill In Sweet Loveland CDR44
Hamilton Hill Just a Little Rocking Chair and You CDR44
Hamilton Hill Kiss your Soldier Boy, Goodbye CDR44
Hamilton Hill Life's Lullaby CDR44
Hamilton Hill One of the Girls CDR44
Hamilton Hill Pansy Faces CDR44
Hamilton Hill Somebodyís Sailor Boy TOP1
Hamilton Hill Somebody's Sailor Boy CDR44
Hamilton Hill Stowaway CDR44
Hamilton Hill The Boys Brigade CDR44
Hamilton Hill Thereís Music in the Air CDR44
Hamilton Hill To the End of the World with You CDR44
Hamilton Hill What is the Use of Loving a Girl? CDR44
Hamilton Hill When the Boys go Marching by CDR44
Hamilton Hill When You were Sweet Sixteen CDR44
Happy Fanny Fields The Suffragette TOP7
Harry Anderson The Fishing Club CDR61
Harry Bluff Nine Little Zeppelins TOP2
Harry Champion A good blow out for fourpence CDR3
Harry Champion A Member of the Force CDR56
Harry Champion A natty little patch behind CDR27
Harry Champion Any Old Iron (Full Version 1911) CDR56
Harry Champion Any Old Iron (Short Version) CDR3
Harry Champion Any old Iron (Short Version) VAR14
Harry Champion Any Old Iron? (Full Version 1940) CDR27
Harry Champion Any Old thing will do CDR27
Harry Champion As large as Life in the Harem CDR56
Harry Champion Aunt Tilly CDR27
Harry Champion Baked Sheepís Hearts CDR56
Harry Champion Beaver (Here comes old Beaver) CDR27
Harry Champion Best that money can buy CDR3
Harry Champion Boiled beef and carrots CDR3
Harry Champion Boiled Beef and Carrots VAR14
Harry Champion Boiled beef and carrots CDR14
Harry Champion Boiled Beef and Carrots (Excerpt) VAR55
Harry Champion Brown Brown sit down CDR27
Harry Champion Carroty CDR56
Harry Champion Cockney Bill of London Town CDR3
Harry Champion Cover it over quick Jemima CDR14
Harry Champion Cover it over quick, Jemima CDR3
Harry Champion Daisyís Daisy Roots CDR56
Harry Champion Doctor Shelley CDR3
Harry Champion Donít do it again Matilda CDR3
Harry Champion Down came the Blind CDR27
Harry Champion End of my old cigar CDR14
Harry Champion Everybody knows me in my old brown hat CDR3
Harry Champion Father looked Funny CDR27
Harry Champion Four Meals a Day CDR56
Harry Champion Funny Little Bob Tailed Coat CDR56
Harry Champion Ginger, Youíre Barmy CDR3
Harry Champion Have a drop of Gin, Joe CDR56
Harry Champion Have you paid the rent? CDR27
Harry Champion Henry The Eighth CDR56
Harry Champion Here comes Old Father Christmas VAR51
Harry Champion Hey Diddle Diddle CDR3
Harry Champion Home made sausages CDR3
Harry Champion Hot Meat Pies, Saveloys and Trotters CDR56
Harry Champion How are You Mother CDR56
Harry Champion How are you Mother? CDR27
Harry Champion I enjoyed it CDR3
Harry Champion I must have a Feather in my Hat CDR56
Harry Champion I see youíve got your old Brown Hat on CDR27
Harry Champion I shanít mend your waistcoat any more CDR27
Harry Champion I want meat CDR27
Harry Champion I was holding my Coconut CDR27
Harry Champion Iím ĎEnery the eighth CDR14
Harry Champion Iím getting ready for my Mother-in-Law CDR3
Harry Champion Iím Henry the VIII CDR3
Harry Champion Iím proud of my old bald head CDR3
Harry Champion Iím William the Conqueror CDR3
Harry Champion In my old white spats CDR27
Harry Champion It's cold without your trousers CDR27
Harry Champion Keep your hands in your trousers pockets CDR27
Harry Champion Letís have a basin of soup CDR3
Harry Champion Little bit of cucumber CDR3
Harry Champion Mr Knick Knock CDR27
Harry Champion Mr Piper, Give Us a Pipe OíBaccy CDR56
Harry Champion My looks donít pity Me CDR56
Harry Champion My Old Iron Cross CDR56
Harry Champion My Wifeís Sisterís Pussy Cat CDR27
Harry Champion Nan Nan Nan CDR27
Harry Champion Never let your braces dangle CDR3
Harry Champion Oh Ladies CDR56
Harry Champion Old Red Lion CDR14
Harry Champion Out went the Gas CDR27
Harry Champion Ragtime Ragshop CDR3
Harry Champion Red CDR27
Harry Champion Robin Redbreast CDR27
Harry Champion Samuel Duff CDR56
Harry Champion Standard Bread CDR3
Harry Champion Stirring up the Gravy in the Old Tin Pot CDR56
Harry Champion Taters CDR27
Harry Champion That Funny Little Tie CDR56
Harry Champion The best that money can buy CDR14
Harry Champion The end of my old cigar CDR3
Harry Champion The Girl with the Golden Hair CDR27
Harry Champion The Old Dun Cow caught fire CDR3
Harry Champion The Old Ham Bone CDR56
Harry Champion The Old High Hat that I was married in CDR27
Harry Champion The Old Red Lion CDR3
Harry Champion Timothy let's have a look CDR27
Harry Champion Where did You get your Bow, Joe CDR56
Harry Champion While I was licking my Stamp CDR37
Harry Champion White and Blue CDR27
Harry Champion Who says London isnít the Country CDR56
Harry Champion Work, Boys Work CDR56
Harry Champion Wotcha my Old Brown Son CDR56
Harry Champion Yorkshire Pudden CDR56
Harry Champion You are a Liarty CDR56
Harry Champion You canít help laughing can yer? CDR3
Harry Champion You donít want to keep on showing it CDR3
Harry Champion You ought to see the Missus in a Harem skirt CDR3
Harry Claff A Word from Harry Claff CDR53
Harry Collman Narcissus TOP4
Harry Dearth Ben the Bosun TOP1
Harry Fay Kaiser Bill is a Merry Old Soul TOP2
Harry Fay Sister Susieís sewing Shirts TOP2
Harry Ford Canít You take my Word CDR61
Harry Ford Donít You think Youíve overstepped the Margin CDR63
Harry Ford He doesnít mean any harm CDR63
Harry Ford Naughty Boy CDR63
Harry Ford Poor, Proud and Particular CDR63
Harry Ford That's Enough! CDR63
Harry Ford The Day that I Became a Millionaire CDR63
Harry Ford What a Face CDR63
Harry Ford When She walks CDR63
Harry Fragson All the Girls are lovely at the Seaside CDR71
Harry Fragson All the girls are lovely by the seaside CDR37
Harry Fragson Baby's Box of Toys CDR71
Harry Fragson Billy Brown CDR71
Harry Fragson Canoodling Waltz CDR71
Harry Fragson Come to Lunch CDR71
Harry Fragson DerniŤre Chanson CDR71
Harry Fragson Donít say goodbye CDR71
Harry Fragson Hello whoís your Lady Friend CDR71
Harry Fragson Hello! Hello! Whoís Your Lady Friend CDR32
Harry Fragson Hitchy Koo CDR71
Harry Fragson Hop Eh Ah Do Ohe CDR71
Harry Fragson In Gay Paree CDR71
Harry Fragson In Gay Paree CDR32
Harry Fragson Ladies beware CDR71
Harry Fragson Ladies Beware CDR32
Harry Fragson Le Toutou Ruse CDR71
Harry Fragson Mimi Taxi CDR71
Harry Fragson Music Hall Shakespeare CDR71
Harry Fragson Oh I say CDR71
Harry Fragson Oh! I say CDR32
Harry Fragson Paper Bag Cookery CDR71
Harry Fragson Pures comme Les Anges CDR71
Harry Fragson Since Sister Mary went to Gay Paree CDR71
Harry Fragson Songs and Operas in Ragtime CDR71
Harry Fragson The Band Box Girl CDR71
Harry Fragson The Employment Agency CDR71
Harry Fragson The Other Department please! CDR71
Harry Fragson Whispers of Love CDR71
Harry Fragson Billy Brown CDR22
Harry Fragson Paper Bag Cookery CDR22
Harry Fragson The Employment Agency CDR22
Harry Fragson The Other Department please CDR22
Harry Gordon A Tattie, a Neep and an Ingin VAR20
Harry Gordon Fine Man John VAR20
Harry Gordon Hillyís Man VAR20
Harry Gordon I wish I were Single again VAR20
Harry Gordon In my Gairden VAR20
Harry Gordon Inversnecky Barber VAR20
Harry Gordon Inversnecky Moon VAR20
Harry Gordon She Deeít VAR20
Harry Gordon The Beadle of the Kirk VAR20
Harry Gordon The Bells of Inversnecky VAR20
Harry Gordon The Clerk oí the Weather VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Anthem VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Bill Poster VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Bus VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Doctor VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Fireman VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Grocer VAR20
Harry Gordon The Inversnecky Photographer VAR20
Harry Gordon The Limb Ďo the Law VAR20
Harry Gordon The Oldest Dame in Edinburgh VAR20
Harry Gordon The Railway Fireman VAR20
Harry Gordon The Rodin Tree VAR20
Harry Gordon The Smith oí Inversnecky VAR20
Harry Gordon The Story that I Startit VAR20
Harry Hemsley A Christmas Rehearsal VAR51
Harry Lauder A Cough Lozenge CDR11
Harry Lauder A Trip to Tobermorey CDR11
Harry Lauder Appeal for £1,000,000 TOP2
Harry Lauder Aye Awaken O CDR11
Harry Lauder Bonnie Wee Man CDR11
Harry Lauder Breakfast in Bed CDR11
Harry Lauder Fooí thí Noo or CDR11
Harry Lauder I love a Lassie CDR11
Harry Lauder I love a lassie CDR14
Harry Lauder I love a Lassie CDR37
Harry Lauder Iíve loved her ever since she was a baby CDR11
Harry Lauder Iíve something in the bottle for the morning CDR14
Harry Lauder Iíve something in the bottle for the morning CDR11
Harry Lauder Itís nicer to be in bed CDR14
Harry Lauder Jean MacNeil CDR11
Harry Lauder Just a Wee Deoch-an-Doris CDR11
Harry Lauder Keep right on to the end of the Road CDR11
Harry Lauder Keep right on to the end of the road CDR14
Harry Lauder Killiecrankie CDR11
Harry Lauder Lass of Killiecrankie CDR14
Harry Lauder Loch Lomond CDR11
Harry Lauder MacGregorís Toast CDR11
Harry Lauder Mister John MacKay CDR11
Harry Lauder Portobello Lass CDR11
Harry Lauder Roaminí in the Gloaminí CDR11
Harry Lauder Roaminí in the gloaminí CDR14
Harry Lauder Roaminí in the Gloaminí CDR53
Harry Lauder Roaminí in the Gloaminí (Excerpt) VAR55
Harry Lauder Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep TOP1
Harry Lauder Saftest oí the Family CDR14
Harry Lauder She is ma Daisy CDR14
Harry Lauder Sheís ma Daisy CDR11
Harry Lauder Sound Advice CDR11
Harry Lauder Stop yer tickliní Jock CDR14
Harry Lauder Stop your tickling Jock CDR11
Harry Lauder The Bounding Bounder CDR11
Harry Lauder The Reason now I wear a Kilt CDR11
Harry Lauder The Referee CDR11
Harry Lauder Ticklie Geordie - Laughing Song CDR11
Harry Lauder Waggle oí the kilt CDR14
Harry Lauder We parted on the Shore CDR11
Harry Lauder We parted on the shore CDR14
Harry Lauder Wearing Kilts CDR61
Harry Lauder Wedding of Sandy McNab CDR14
Harry Lauder Wee Deoch and Doris CDR14
Harry Lauder When I get back again tae Bonnie Scotland CDR11
Harry MacDonough The Death of Nelson TOP1
Harry Marlow When Tommy comes marching home TOP2
Harry Nelson The Suffragette TOP7
Harry Tate Fishing CDR41
Harry Tate Fortifying the Home CDR41
Harry Tate Howís Your Father? CDR41
Harry Tate Motoring CDR53
Harry Tate Motoring CDR41
Harry Tate Motoring (Excerpt) VAR55
Harry Tate Running an Office CDR41
Harry Tate Selling a Car CDR41
Harry Taylor Has Anybody seen Our Cat? CDR61
Harry Taylor I know 'em all CDR47
Harry Taylor The Bally Bull Dog TOP5
Harry Taylor Policeman's song ďNight DutyĒ CDR47
Harry Torrani Australian Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Crazy Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Dwarfís Yodel Song VAR47
Harry Torrani Gambling Darkie VAR47
Harry Torrani Happy and free yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Highland Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Honeymoon Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Mexican Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Mocking Bird Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Mountain Echo Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Mountain Home Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani Mountain Spook Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani My Miss Swiss Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani The Gypsy VAR47
Harry Torrani The Lonesome Yodeller VAR47
Harry Torrani The Prairie Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani The Roaming Yodeller VAR47
Harry Torrani The Shepherdís Yodel VAR47
Harry Torrani The Watermill VAR47
Harry Torrani The Yodelling Hobo VAR47
Harry Torrani The Yodelling Monster VAR47
Harry Torrani Yodellerís Dream Girl VAR50
Harry Torrani Yodelling Boy VAR47
Harry Torrani Yodelling Bunk House Boy VAR47
Harry Torrani Yodelling Coon VAR47
Harry Torrani Yodelling Rag Man VAR47
Harry Torrani Yodelling to You VAR47
Harry Weldon Back, Back to Alabamí CDR40
Harry Weldon Cowboy (Dawson City) CDR40
Harry Weldon Heís a Pro CDR40
Harry Weldon I canít get away from my Ancestors CDR40
Harry Weldon Jack Sheppard CDR40
Harry Weldon On the Road to Ruin CDR40
Harry Weldon Pedigrees CDR40
Harry Weldon S No Use CDR40
Harry Weldon S too Old, ĎS too Old, Sickening, ĎS too Old CDR40
Harry Weldon Sleuthy, the Dread of the Heads CDR40
Harry Weldon So long, Sally CDR40
Harry Weldon Somebodyís Baby CDR40
Harry Weldon Stiffy, the Goalkeeper CDR40
Harry Weldon Stiffy, the Warder CDR40
Harry Weldon The Bullfighter CDR40
Harry Weldon The Pastoral Song CDR40
Harry Weldon The Police will have me before long CDR40
Harry Weldon The Policeman CDR40
Harry Weldon The White Hope CDR40
Harry Weldon Tyrolean Song CDR40
Haydn Quartet My Old Kentucky Home CDR61
Haydn Quartette Annie Laurie CDR35
Haydn Quartette Carry me back to Old Virginia CDR35
Haydn Quartette Darling Nellie Gray CDR35
Haydn Quartette Donít yer cry ma Honey CDR35
Haydn Quartette Home Sweet Home CDR35
Haydn Quartette In the Evening by the Moonlight CDR35
Haydn Quartette Little Alabama Coon CDR35
Haydn Quartette Louisiana Lou CDR35
Haydn Quartette Mandy Lee CDR35
Haydn Quartette Massaís in de cold cold ground CDR35
Haydn Quartette My Creole Sue CDR35
Haydn Quartette Old Black Joe CDR35
Haydn Quartette Old Folks at Home CDR35
Haydn Quartette The Cornfield Medley CDR35
Haydn Quartette The Reception Medley CDR35
Haydn Quartette The Steamboat Medley CDR35
Heddle Nash Come into the Garden, Maud (Excerpt) VAR55
Helen Clare If I Should Plant A Tiny Seed Of Love VAR58
Helen Clare The Honeysuckle and the Bee VAR58
Helen Goss Mother says I mustnít VAR81
Henry Drew The Storm Fiend TOP1
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. A Bungalow, A Piccolo,and VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. A Feather in her Tyrolean Hat VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. A Nice Cup of Tea VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. An Elephant never forgets VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Animal Crackers in My Soup VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Boris on the Bass VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Hereís to the Next Time (Short Version) VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Hush Hush Hush Here come s the Bogey Man VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. I laughed so hard I nearly died VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. I like Bananas VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Iím Nuts on Screwy Music VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Letís all go to the Music Hall VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Madame Ah! La Marquis Ah! VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Mickeyís Son and Daughter VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Oh! Fred VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Rusty and Dusty VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Broken Record VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Duck Song VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Man on the Flying Trapeze VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Sun has got His Hat on VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Teddy Bearís Picnic VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Travelling Salesman VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. The Wedding of Mr Mickey VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Thereís a Song they Sing VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. When the Circus came to Town VAR72
Henry Hall & BBC D.O. Whoís afraid of the Big Bad Wolf VAR72
Henry Hall & Orch. Hereís To The Next Time (Excerpt) VAR55
Herbert Campbell Up I came with my little Lot CDR32
Herbert Darnley God Save the King CDR47
Herbert Darnley God save the King TOP5
Herbert Darnley Some Mother will lose a Son TOP5
Herbert Darnley Sons of Our Empire TOP5
Herbert Darnley What do You think of the Irish? TOP5
Herman Finck Melodious Memories CDR53
Herman Finck Pirouette (Dedicated to Anna Pavlova) CDR53
Hetty King Down beside the Riverside VAR26
Hetty King Ship Ahoy VAR58
Hetty King Why does a Sailor care? VAR26
Hetty King Iím going away CDR22
Hetty King Oh Girls Why do you love the Soldiers CDR22
Hughie Diamond Heís a Braí Braí Highland Laddie VAR58
Hughie Diamond I Love a Lassie VAR58
Hughie Diamond Keep Right on to the End of the Road VAR58
Hughie Diamond Stop Yer Tickling Jock VAR58
Hughie Green The Family Song Album VAR50
Hutch Blue without You VAR41
Hutch Crying my Heart out for You VAR41
Hutch Donít make me laugh VAR41
Hutch Excerpts from ďRhapsody in BlueĒ VAR41
Hutch Goodnight my Love VAR41
Hutch I forget the little things VAR41
Hutch I only have Eyes for You VAR41
Hutch Iím a Gigolo VAR41
Hutch Iím building up for an awful let-down VAR41
Hutch Nancy (with the laughing Face) VAR41
Hutch No Regrets VAR41
Hutch Now it can be told VAR41
Hutch Pale Hands (Kashmiri Song) VAR41
Hutch September in the Rain VAR41
Hutch Singing a Song to the Stars VAR41
Hutch Smoke gets in your Eyes VAR41
Hutch Thatís the Beginning of the End VAR41
Hutch The London I love VAR41
Hutch There goes my Dream VAR41
Hutch There goes that Song again VAR41
Hutch These Foolish Things VAR41
Hutch What is this thing called Love? VAR41
Hutch You always hurt the One you love VAR41
Ian Colquhoun Another Little Patch of Red TOP5
Ian Colquhoun Freedom TOP5
Ian Colquhoun Irishmen must be there TOP5
Ian Colquhoun Soldiers of the Queen TOP5
Ian Colquhoun Sons of the Sea TOP1
Ian Colquhoun The Absent Minded Beggar TOP5
Ian Colquhoun The Bay of Biscay TOP1
Ian Colquhoun The Boys that mind the Shop TOP5
Ian Colquhoun The Old Brigade TOP5
Ian Colquhoun Under the same Old Flag TOP5
Ida Barr Everybodyís Doing It VAR58
Ida Barr Oh, You Beautiful Doll VAR58
Ida Crisp & Robert Hale Everybodyís Doing It CDR53
J McQuitty Our Jackís come Home Today TOP5
Jack Buchanan And Her Mother came too (Excerpt) VAR55
Jack Hodges Everything is Fresh Today VAR50
Jack Hylton & Orch. Coal Black Mammy (Excerpt) VAR55
Jack Jackson Letís all go down the Strand VAR14
Jack Judge Introduction to ďTipperaryĒ TOP2
Jack Judge Itís a Long Way to Tipperary TOP2
Jack Lorimer A Funny Little Hieland Man CDR51
Jack Lorimer A Manís a Man for aí that CDR51
Jack Lorimer A Wee Aberdonian CDR51
Jack Lorimer Ching a Ling Hooch Aye CDR51
Jack Lorimer Drop in and have a wee Drappie CDR51
Jack Lorimer D'ye ken Bonnie Mary CDR51
Jack Lorimer Finnon Haddie CDR51
Jack Lorimer Gay Ostend CDR51
Jack Lorimer Heilan Sandy CDR51
Jack Lorimer Hussars CDR51
Jack Lorimer Iíve just come up for a Day CDR51
Jack Lorimer Jessie Dear CDR51
Jack Lorimer Jock McPherson CDR51
Jack Lorimer Jonathan Jock McKenzie CDR51
Jack Lorimer MacGregor, Iím him CDR51
Jack Lorimer Maggie McIndoo CDR51
Jack Lorimer McDougallís Ball CDR51
Jack Lorimer Mrs Sandy McIntyre CDR51
Jack Lorimer My Hieland Laddie Oh! CDR51
Jack Lorimer Oh, Sandy CDR51
Jack Lorimer Scotch and Polly CDR51
Jack Lorimer Sheís a Braw Lass CDR51
Jack Lorimer The Scotch Sailor CDR51
Jack Lorimer The Seaside Promenade CDR51
Jack Lorimer Three Jolly Scotsmen CDR51
Jack Lorimer Wee MacGregor CDR51
Jack Lorimer When We went to London CDR51
Jack Lorimer Youíre always teasing Me CDR51
Jack Payne & Orch. Say It With Music (Excerpt) VAR55
Jack Pleasants Baby Face CDR29
Jack Pleasants Boss of the House CDR29
Jack Pleasants Feeding the Ducks on the Pond CDR29
Jack Pleasants Give me another Small Port CDR29
Jack Pleasants I only got married today CDR29
Jack Pleasants I shall get in such a row CDR29
Jack Pleasants I went A-Jazzing CDR29
Jack Pleasants Iíll Be Cross Arabella CDR29
Jack Pleasants Iím learning a song for Christmas CDR20
Jack Pleasants Iím longing to go back CDR29
Jack Pleasants Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy CDR29
Jack Pleasants Iím the Black Sheep of the Flock CDR29
Jack Pleasants Iím Twenty-One Today CDR29
Jack Pleasants Itís my Bath Night tonight CDR29
Jack Pleasants Liza ĎAd ĎOld of my ĎAnd CDR29
Jack Pleasants Long Years Ago CDR29
Jack Pleasants Mother CDR29
Jack Pleasants My New Hat CDR29
Jack Pleasants Norman the Mormon CDR29
Jack Pleasants Reet Oop TíMark CDR29
Jack Pleasants Rocking the Baby to sleep CDR29
Jack Pleasants She loves me on Saturday night CDR29
Jack Pleasants She made me do it CDR29
Jack Pleasants Watching the Trains come in CDR29
Jack Pleasants Where do Flies go in the Wintertime CDR29
Jack Warner Alouette VAR13
Jack Warner Auxiliary Fire Service Cecil VAR13
Jack Warner Blow the Man down (Short) VAR13
Jack Warner Bunger up of Rat ĎOles VAR13
Jack Warner Claude and his Sword VAR13
Jack Warner Eels VAR13
Jack Warner Frank and his Tank VAR13
Jack Warner I didnít orter Ďa ett it VAR13
Jack Warner If I had only put an X instead of a 1 VAR13
Jack Warner Little Gel VAR13
Jack Warner My Bonnie lies over the Ocean (Short) VAR13
Jack Warner My Brother in the Lifeguards VAR13
Jack Warner My Love Parade VAR13
Jack Warner Neath the Shanty Town Moon VAR13
Jack Warner Polly Wolly Doodle (Short version) VAR13
Jack Warner Sea Lions and Seals VAR13
Jack Warner Somebodyís asked me VAR13
Jack Warner Tavern in the town (Short version) VAR13
Jack Warner The Cream of Society VAR13
Jack Warner The Drum Major VAR13
Jack Warner The Turkish Bath Attendant VAR13
Jack Warner Tiggerty-Boo! VAR13
Jack Warner Up and Down the Railway Lines VAR13
Jack Warner Victoire (La Fille a Madelon) VAR13
Jack Warner What shall we do with a drunken sailor VAR13
Jack Warner What! The Old Blue Pencil VAR13
Jack Warner Yer canít Ďelp laughiní VAR13
Jackie Hunter Down at the Winegar Works VAR50
Jay Laurier And it was CDR39
Jay Laurier Blo-ay-ters CDR39
Jay Laurier Donít let Ďem scrap the British Navy CDR39
Jay Laurier Get away, Youíre kidding CDR39
Jay Laurier Get upon a Puff-Puff CDR39
Jay Laurier He Cats and ďSheĒ Cats CDR39
Jay Laurier His is a fine Phiz, His is CDR39
Jay Laurier I canít keep the Flies off my Lunch CDR39
Jay Laurier I like kissing CDR39
Jay Laurier I want Something to practice on CDR39
Jay Laurier Iím a disappointed Married Man CDR39
Jay Laurier Iím always doing something silly CDR39
Jay Laurier Letís have a jolly good Cry CDR39
Jay Laurier Nine Inch Nails CDR39
Jay Laurier Olga Petrovski CDR39
Jay Laurier One of the Lightweights CDR39
Jay Laurier Shall Us? Letís CDR39
Jay Laurier Silly Billy Brown CDR39
Jay Laurier Sneezing CDR39
Jay Laurier Swim Sam Swim CDR39
Jay Laurier Thereís a Cow in a Field over there CDR39
Jay Laurier Top Hole CDR39
Jay Laurier Wait till Iíve finished my Orange CDR39
Jay Laurier Why is Cecil selling Seashells? CDR39
Jen Latona Eíd push Ďem along CDR68
Jen Latona Everybodyís doing it at the Seaside CDR68
Jen Latona Gee, I like Music with my Meals CDR68
Jen Latona Hark it is the Thunderman CDR68
Jen Latona Honeyman CDR68
Jen Latona I want to be in Dixie CDR68
Jen Latona Insanity CDR68
Jen Latona I've been longing to meet You CDR68
Jen Latona Keep on swinging me Charlie CDR68
Jen Latona Land of I dunno where CDR68
Jen Latona Maggie McLaren CDR68
Jen Latona Ragging the Baby to sleep CDR68
Jen Latona Rickety Stairs CDR68
Jen Latona R-r-rip that Melody CDR68
Jen Latona Rum Tum Tiddle CDR68
Jen Latona Sweethearts CDR68
Jen Latona That Haunting Melody CDR68
Jen Latona When the Wedding Bells go Ding Dong CDR68
Jen Latona Why do You keep laughing at me? CDR68
Jen Latona Yiddisher Luck and Irisha Luck CDR68
Jen Latona Your Daddy did the same thing 50 years ago CDR68
Jenny Howard After tonight We say goodbye VAR45
Jenny Howard Daddy donít love Mummy any more VAR45
Jenny Howard Happy Ending VAR45
Jenny Howard Heís dead but he wonít lie down VAR45
Jenny Howard Iím playing Gooseberry to a Pair VAR45
Jenny Howard Iím too young to be careful VAR45
Jenny Howard Letís have a Tiddley at the Milk Bar VAR45
Jenny Howard Look up and Laugh VAR45
Jenny Howard My Lucky Day VAR45
Jenny Howard My Young Man is ever so nice VAR45
Jenny Howard Nobody loves a Fairy when sheís Forty VAR45
Jenny Howard Oh Mother VAR45
Jenny Howard On the Golden Shores of Wigan VAR45
Jenny Howard One of the Idle Rich VAR45
Jenny Howard One of the little Orphans of the Storm VAR45
Jenny Howard Our Up-to-date Cookery School VAR45
Jenny Howard Queen of Hearts VAR45
Jenny Howard Radio Tit Bits (with Percy King) VAR45
Jenny Howard Rounderer and Rounderer VAR45
Jenny Howard The things we want most are hard to get VAR45
Jenny Howard The Wise Old Owl said ďHooĒ VAR45
Jenny Howard Thereís another trumpet playing in the Sky VAR45
Jenny Howard When I hear the Wedding Bells ringing VAR45
Jenny Howard When I met Obadiahís Father VAR45
Jenny Howard You ought to see Sally on Sunday VAR45
Jetsam Down among the Dead Men VAR93
Jetsam Drinking VAR93
Jetsam Old Stay at Home VAR93
Jetsam Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep VAR93
Jetsam Speed! VAR93
Jetsam The Changing of the Guard VAR93
Jock Mills The Suffragee TOP7
Joe Archer Always keep your Eyes wide open CDR63
Joe Archer Hi, Johnny! Who's your Tailor? CDR63
Joe Archer Hold me tight a little longer, Joe CDR63
Joe Archer Howís Your Father? CDR63
Joe Archer I jumped out of Bed, quick CDR63
Joe Archer If we hadn't any Women in the World CDR63
Joe Archer In the days of Adam and Eve CDR63
Joe Archer Want to see the War all over CDR63
Joe Archer We are a fine Family CDR63
Joe Archer You look all wrong because youíre bandy CDR63
John Bluthal Any Old Iron VAR77
John Bluthal Captain Jinjah VAR77
John Bluthal Henry the Eighth VAR77
John Bluthal Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road VAR77
John Bluthal Modern Languages VAR77
John Bluthal My Old Dutch VAR77
John Bluthal The Mother and the Child were there VAR77
John Bluthal What a Mouth VAR77
John Glynne Jones A Lecture VAR81
John Harrison The Anchorís Weighed TOP1
John Henry Blossom's Film Scenario VAR59
John Henry Father Christmas VAR51
John Henry Going the Pace that kills VAR59
John Henry Joe Murgatroyd's Letter VAR59
John Henry John Henry ďCallingĒ VAR59
John Henry John Henry in Paris VAR59
John Henry John Henry on the Films VAR59
John Henry John Henryís Night out VAR59
John Henry John Henryís Wireless Elephant VAR59
John Henry John Henry's Aeroplane VAR59
John Henry Listening in VAR59
John Henry My Wireless Set VAR59
John Henry The Stocking VAR59
John Henry The Story of Lady Godiva VAR59
John Henry Thereís another Trumpet playing in the Sky VAR59
John Rorke Daisy Bell VAR58
John Rorke My Old Dutch VAR58
John Tilley Cycling VAR8
John Tilley London Transport Board VAR8
John Tilley Maudie the Racehorse VAR8
John Tilley Thank you, Mrs Lowsborough-Goodby VAR8
John Tilley The Anti-arson Squad VAR8
John Tilley The Company Promoter VAR8
John Tilley The Loch Ness Monster VAR8
John Tilley The Mayor VAR8
John Tilley The Scoutmaster VAR8
Johnny Hewer Itís a great big shame VAR56
Johnny Hewer Where did you get that Hat? VAR56
Johnny Wakefield Women get the Best of It TOP7
Jose Collins Love will find a Way (Excerpt) VAR55
Joseph Farrington The Union Jack of Old England TOP1
Julian Rose Ainít dat a shame? VAR35
Julian Rose Becky Ginsbergís Wedding VAR35
Julian Rose Go Ďway back and sit down VAR35
Julian Rose In the Good Old Summer Time VAR35
Julian Rose In the shade of the old Apple Tree VAR35
Julian Rose Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 1) VAR35
Julian Rose Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 2) VAR35
Julian Rose Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 3) VAR35
Julian Rose Levinsky at the Wedding (Part 4) VAR35
Julian Rose Levinskyís Jubilee VAR35
Julian Rose Mrs. Blumbergís Jewish Boarding House VAR50
Julian Rose Rip Wan Winkle was a Lucky Man VAR35
Julian Rose Then Iíd be Satisfied with Life VAR35
Julian Rose When the Boys go marching by VAR35
Kate Carney All your Pals may leave You CDR58
Kate Carney Are we to part like this Bill? VAR14
Kate Carney Are we to part like this, Bill? CDR15
Kate Carney If You can't do no good, Don't do no harm CDR58
Kate Carney Liza Johnson CDR61
Kate Carney Ten Dayís Leave CDR15
Kate Carney Three Pots a Shilling CDR15
Kate Carney Three pots a shilling VAR14
Kiss Me Tonight Billy Danvers VAR58
LíOrch Musette de Grock: A La Bastoche VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Amour et Sport VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Dansons une Java VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Le Pítit Georges VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Moi, Tout prŤs de Toi VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Si Jíavais su tout Áa VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Titi Parisien VAR71
LíOrch Musette de Grock: Un Baiser. . . Un Sourire VAR71
Leo Stormont Anchored TOP1
Leo Stormont Dolly Gray TOP5
Leo Stormont Goodbye Dolly Gray CDR44
Leo Stormont Hearts of Oak TOP1
Leo Stormont The Holy City TOP5
Leo Stormont The Midshipmite TOP1
Leo Stormont The White Squall TOP1
Leo Stormont True till Death TOP5
Leo Stormont Wait a Week or Two (Talking) TOP5
Leon Cortez Beer Barrel Polka VAR75
Leon Cortez Camp Fire Knees Up (Medley) VAR75
Leon Cortez Coronation Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Coster Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Good Luck Until We meet again VAR75
Leon Cortez Good night, My Darling, Good Night VAR75
Leon Cortez Gus Elen Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Iím sending you the Seigfried line VAR75
Leon Cortez Knees Up Mother Brown (Medley) VAR75
Leon Cortez Lambeth Walk Party (Medley) VAR75
Leon Cortez Marie Lloyd Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Old Soldierís Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Party Favourites (Medley) VAR75
Leon Cortez Posh Medley VAR75
Leon Cortez Round the Ď ouses (Medley) VAR75
Leon Cortez Sing Hulla VAR75
Leon Cortez Summer Sweetheart VAR75
Leon Cortez The Old White Hoss VAR75
Leon Cortez The Organ Grinder VAR75
Leon Cortez When You come to the End of the Journey VAR75
Leonard Henry A Flyís Day out VAR52
Leonard Henry Baked Potato Man VAR52
Leonard Henry Copper Nob VAR52
Leonard Henry Dance of the Cuckoos VAR52
Leonard Henry Heís dead but He wonít lie down VAR52
Leonard Henry Henry the Ninth VAR52
Leonard Henry I canít wed a Woman like that VAR52
Leonard Henry I must have One of Those VAR52
Leonard Henry In bed with the Flu VAR52
Leonard Henry In the Bathroom VAR52
Leonard Henry In these Hard Times VAR52
Leonard Henry Leonard Henry letís Himself go VAR52
Leonard Henry Letís all sing at the Tops of our Voices VAR52
Leonard Henry Letís all sing the Lard Song VAR52
Leonard Henry Majah General Thing-a-Me-Bob VAR52
Leonard Henry Oh, Alice! Where art Thou? VAR52
Leonard Henry Pokee-okee-oh VAR52
Leonard Henry Shí Shiveriní VAR52
Leonard Henry Sir Roger de Coverley VAR52
Leonard Henry Wedding in the Ark (New Mayfair D.O.) VAR52
Leonard Henry What did the Village Blacksmith say VAR52
Leonard Henry Why is the Bacon so tough VAR52
Leonard Sachs Chairman's Introduction VAR56
Leslie Holmes Around the Old Bandstand VAR74
Leslie Holmes B B B Bertha VAR74
Leslie Holmes Down in the Valley VAR74
Leslie Holmes Fiddler Joe VAR74
Leslie Holmes Fifty Years Ago (with Charles Coburn) VAR74
Leslie Holmes He kissed Maggie - Maggie kissed Him back VAR74
Leslie Holmes He went in like a Lion VAR74
Leslie Holmes Heís in the Infirmary now VAR74
Leslie Holmes Heaven will help the Sailors VAR74
Leslie Holmes Iím the Monster of Loch Ness VAR74
Leslie Holmes Iíve gone and lost my Little Yo-Yo VAR74
Leslie Holmes No Funny Business VAR74
Leslie Holmes Noah had Two of Everything VAR74
Leslie Holmes On Top of a Bus VAR74
Leslie Holmes Perry Werry Winkle VAR74
Leslie Holmes Sarah the Sergeant Majorís Daughter VAR74
Leslie Holmes Sir Roger de Coverley VAR74
Leslie Holmes Something came and got Me in the Spring VAR74
Leslie Holmes St Jamesís Park VAR74
Leslie Holmes That Handsome Accordeon Man VAR74
Leslie Holmes The Soldier blew his Bugle VAR74
Leslie Holmes The Travelling Salesman VAR74
Leslie Holmes What díya think of that Boys? VAR74
Leslie Holmes Whoís been polishing the Sun? VAR74
Leslie Sarony Ainít it grand to be bloomin well dead VAR11
Leslie Sarony An Elephant never forgets VAR62
Leslie Sarony Barracky Bert the Soldier VAR62
Leslie Sarony Bunkey-Doodle-I-Doh VAR62
Leslie Sarony Coom Pretty One VAR11
Leslie Sarony Do You Know? VAR11
Leslie Sarony Does my Sweetie care for me VAR11
Leslie Sarony Don't be cruel to a Vegetabuel VAR11
Leslie Sarony Don't do that to the Poor Puss Cat VAR11
Leslie Sarony Errand Boyís Parade VAR38
Leslie Sarony Everybody loves the Races VAR62
Leslie Sarony Far Far Away VAR62
Leslie Sarony Fat Flat Fish VAR11
Leslie Sarony Five and Twenty Soldiers and a Nurse VAR62
Leslie Sarony Get up Nice and Early in the morning VAR62
Leslie Sarony Gorgonzola VAR62
Leslie Sarony Grandpa liked It VAR38
Leslie Sarony He played his Ukelele as the Ship went down VAR38
Leslie Sarony Hello, Whoís Your Lady Friend VAR58
Leslie Sarony Hold out Your Pudding for Jam VAR62
Leslie Sarony Howíre You getting on? VAR38
Leslie Sarony I laughed so Hard I nearly died VAR62
Leslie Sarony I like to jump on a Bike VAR62
Leslie Sarony Icicle Joe the Eskimo VAR62
Leslie Sarony In the Twi-Twi-Twilight VAR58
Leslie Sarony Itís Jolly Old Christmas VAR51
Leslie Sarony Jollity Farm VAR62
Leslie Sarony Jolly Good Company VAR62
Leslie Sarony Knock, Knock, Whoís there? VAR38
Leslie Sarony Laughing Waltz (Ha! Ha! Ha!) VAR38
Leslie Sarony Let me carry your Bag to Bagdad, Dad VAR38
Leslie Sarony Make Hay while the Sun Shines VAR62
Leslie Sarony Malt Hops and Water VAR62
Leslie Sarony Mamma donít want no Peas aní Rice aníCoconut Oil VAR62
Leslie Sarony Meet me Tonight in the Cowshed VAR38
Leslie Sarony More Rhymes VAR38
Leslie Sarony Mucking about the Garden VAR11
Leslie Sarony My Old Dog VAR11
Leslie Sarony No Funny Business VAR62
Leslie Sarony Old Man Bluebeard VAR62
Leslie Sarony Old Whiteís Whiskers VAR38
Leslie Sarony On Ilkla Moor BahtíAt VAR11
Leslie Sarony Once Aboard the Lugger VAR11
Leslie Sarony Pedestrianís Dilemma VAR38
Leslie Sarony Perry Werry Winkle VAR62
Leslie Sarony Plinketty Plonk VAR38
Leslie Sarony Rhymes VAR11
Leslie Sarony Shut the Door VAR38
Leslie Sarony Shut the Gate VAR11
Leslie Sarony Sing Holly! Go Whistle! Hey! Hey! VAR38
Leslie Sarony Skiddley-Dumpty-Di-Doh VAR38
Leslie Sarony Thatís my Fascination VAR62
Leslie Sarony The Alpine Milkman VAR11
Leslie Sarony The Baked Potato Man VAR11
Leslie Sarony The Chicken or the Egg VAR62
Leslie Sarony The Cough Drop Song VAR11
Leslie Sarony The Empire Party Song VAR11
Leslie Sarony The Farmer and His Pigs VAR62
Leslie Sarony The Feller that played the Pianner VAR38
Leslie Sarony The K-Hissing Song VAR11
Leslie Sarony The Old Kitchen Kettle VAR38
Leslie Sarony The Old Sow VAR62
Leslie Sarony The Sexton Tolled the Bell VAR62
Leslie Sarony Toasts VAR11
Leslie Sarony Too-Ral-I-Ay VAR38
Leslie Sarony Topsy Turvy Talk VAR38
Leslie Sarony Wheezy Anna VAR11
Leslie Sarony Wheezy Annaís Wedding Day VAR11
Leslie Sarony When HíI was Híout in HíIndia VAR38
Leslie Sarony When I play on my Spanish Guitar VAR62
Leslie Sarony When the Light shines Brightly in the Lighthouse VAR38
Leslie Sarony Where thereís You thereís Me VAR38
Leslie Sarony Why build a wall round a graveyard? VAR11
Leslie Sarony Why did the Sparrow leave the Straight and Narrow? VAR38
Leslie Sarony You can do a lot of things at the seaside VAR14
Leslie Sarony You canít get a Divi on That VAR62
Leslie Stuart Little Dolly Daydream (Piano Solo) CDR47
Leslie Stuart (Piano) Leslie Stuart's Popular Songs (Instrumental) CDR38
Lewis Casson The Death of Nelson TOP1
Light Opera Company Goodbye Dolly Gray (Excerpt) VAR55
Lily Morris A-be my Boy (with ďGrockĒ) CDR18
Lily Morris At the Church Door Iím waiting CDR18
Lily Morris Because he loves me CDR18
Lily Morris Charlie CDR18
Lily Morris Donít Ďave any more, Mrs Moore (Live) VAR50
Lily Morris Donít have any more Missus Moore CDR18
Lily Morris Donít have any more Mrs. Moore CDR37
Lily Morris Donít have any more, Mrs Moore (Excerpt) VAR55
Lily Morris Everybody loves their Little Old Home CDR18
Lily Morris I had a little drop with Martha CDR18
Lily Morris Mrs. Scott CDR18
Lily Morris None of your old Soldierís Tricks with me CDR18
Lily Morris Only a Working Man CDR18
Lily Morris Say Goodbye CDR18
Lily Morris Since our Motherís been a Lady CDR18
Lily Morris Thatís where the Soldiers go CDR18
Lily Morris The Old Apple Tree CDR18
Lily Morris The Wives of Commercial Travellers CDR18
Lily Morris Thuthie CDR18
Lily Morris Tiddley Hi CDR18
Lily Morris Truly Rural CDR18
Lily Morris We all said ďNo!Ē CDR18
Lily Morris What are you going to do about Selina? CDR18
Lily Morris Whatís to be done? CDR18
Lily Morris Which of the Three CDR18
Lily Morris Why am I always the Bridesmaid? CDR18
Lily Morris & Grock A-be, My Boy VAR71
Little Tich A Risky Thing to do CDR9
Little Tich King Ki Ki CDR9
Little Tich Sweet Simplicity CDR9
Little Tich Tally-Ho! CDR9
Little Tich The Best Man CDR9
Little Tich The Dentist CDR9
Little Tich The Don of the Don Juans CDR9
Little Tich The Gamekeeper CDR53
Little Tich The Gamekeeper CDR9
Little Tich The Gas Inspector CDR9
Little Tich The Pirate CDR9
Little Tich The Sale CDR9
Little Tich The Skylark CDR9
Little Tich The Tallyman CDR9
Little Tich The Territorial CDR9
Little Tich The Territorial (Excerpt) VAR55
Little Tich The Toreador CDR9
Little Tich The Twenty Third CDR9
Little Tich The Waiter CDR9
Little Tich The Weather CDR9
Little Tich The Zoo Keeper CDR9
Little Tich Thereís a silly thing to ask a Policeman CDR37
Location Recording Gas Shells Bombardment at Lille TOP2
London Palladium Orch Fifty Years of Song (Instrumental) CDR38
Lonnie Donegan Cumberland Gap (Excerpt) VAR55
Loraine & George Robey If you were the only girl in the world CDR37
Loraine & Robey Only Girl in the World (Excerpt) VAR55
Louis Bradfield Good Old London Town Girl TOP5
Louis Bradfield My First Cigar CDR61
Louis Bradfield My Old Dutch CDR47
Louis Breeze A Pattern to the World TOP5
Lucan and McShane Old Mother Riley in the Police Force VAR23
Lucan and McShane Old Mother Riley on the Farm VAR23
Lucan and McShane Old Mother Riley takes her Medicine VAR23
Lucan and McShane Old Mother Rileyís Budget VAR23
Lucan and McShane Old Mother Rileyís Past VAR23
Lupino Lane A Visit to Madame Tussauds VAR39
Lupino Lane An Elephant never forgets VAR39
Lupino Lane Concerning Dogs VAR39
Lupino Lane Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling VAR39
Lupino Lane Here we are again VAR39
Lupino Lane I do like a little bit of Nougat VAR50
Lupino Lane I wish it were Sunday Night Tonight VAR39
Lupino Lane Iíve had a Rum VAR39
Lupino Lane If you want a little love, do this VAR39
Lupino Lane Itís lovely to be in love VAR39
Lupino Lane Me and my Girl VAR39
Lupino Lane Mr Brown of London Town VAR39
Lupino Lane Nip and Nunky in ďFireworksĒ (with Wallace Lupino) VAR39
Lupino Lane On the Tram VAR39
Lupino Lane Take it on the Chin VAR39
Lupino Lane The Birthday Recitation VAR39
Lupino Lane The Family Solicitor VAR39
Lupino Lane The Lambeth Walk VAR26
Lupino Lane The Lambeth Walk VAR39
Lupino Lane Two in a Canoe VAR39
Lupino Lane We all go Oo! Ha! Ha! Together VAR39
Lupino Lane When Father papered the Parlour VAR39
Lupino Lane Who are You a-shoviní of? VAR39
Lupino Lane Who could? We could, We two VAR39
Lupino Lane Why canít we have the Sea in London VAR39
Mabel Constanduros A Trip to Brighton VAR46
Mabel Constanduros At the Station VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Baby and the Silk Worm VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Father sweeps the Chimney VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Getting ready for the Holidays VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Grandma and the Weather Announcer VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Grandma Unlicensed VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Grandmaís Birthday Party VAR46
Mabel Constanduros Mrs Buggins makes the Christmas Pudding VAR51
Mabel Constanduros Mrs Hamblett records her Vote VAR46
Mabel Constanduros The Buggins Family at the Zoo VAR46
Mabel Constanduros The Bugginses at the Seaside VAR46
Mabel Constanduros The Bugginsesí Family Group VAR46
Mabel Constanduros The Guide VAR46
Maggie Teyte Your King & Country Want You TOP2
Maidie Scott Being a Lady-I can't CDR16
Maidie Scott Father got the Sack from the Waterworks CDR16
Maidie Scott Father's Got a Job CDR16
Maidie Scott Iím glad I took my Mother's Advice CDR16
Maidie Scott If the Managers Only Thought Same as Mother CDR16
Maidie Scott If the Wind had only Blown the Other Way CDR16
Maidie Scott Since Father joined the Home Defence CDR16
Maidie Scott The Bird on Nellie's Hat CDR16
Maidie Scott The School Strike (We all came out on Strike) CDR16
Maidie Scott Two Little Boys and the Apples CDR16
Malcolm Scott Stepping Stones to General Knowledge CDR61
Mammoth Fair Organ Down at the Old Bull & Bush (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Down the road (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Ginger You're barmy (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Glorious Beer (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ I do like to be beside the seaside (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ I love a Lassie (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ I'm 21 today (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Let's all go down the Strand (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Nellie Dean (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Put me amongst the girls (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Red Wing (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ We all go the same way home (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ We all went marching home again (Instr.) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Where did you get that hat? (Instrumental) CDR38
Mammoth Fair Organ Who were you with last night? (Instr.) CDR38
Mantovani Charmaine (Excerpt) VAR55
Margaret Bondfield The Womenís Opportunity TOP7
Margaret Cooper Agatha Green CDR60
Margaret Cooper Bonjour Marie CDR60
Margaret Cooper Catch Me! CDR60
Margaret Cooper Cheero CDR60
Margaret Cooper Come down to Brighton CDR60
Margaret Cooper Come to Town Miss Brown CDR60
Margaret Cooper Dingle Dongle Dell CDR60
Margaret Cooper Dreamland CDR60
Margaret Cooper Heaps oí Lickins CDR60
Margaret Cooper Hullo Tu Tu CDR60
Margaret Cooper I donít seem to want you when youíre with me CDR60
Margaret Cooper In the Maytime CDR60
Margaret Cooper Inquisitive Ann CDR60
Margaret Cooper Let us waltz round together CDR60
Margaret Cooper Little Princess, Look-Up CDR60
Margaret Cooper Love is meant to make us glad CDR60
Margaret Cooper Ma Dusky Maid CDR60
Margaret Cooper Motherís Darling CDR60
Margaret Cooper Peter CDR60
Margaret Cooper Plumstones CDR60
Margaret Cooper The Fox Trot Hop CDR60
Margaret Cooper Under the Um-ber-el-la CDR60
Margaret Cooper Visitors CDR60
Margaret Cooper Whatís it got to do with you CDR60
Marie Lloyd Jnr. A little bit of lovin' CDR6
Marie Lloyd Jnr. I live in hopes CDR6
Marie Lloyd Jnr. One of the ruins that Cromwell knocked CDR6
Marie Hall Le Cygne (Danced by Anna Pavlova) CDR53
Marie Kendall Dorothy Dean VAR26
Marie Kendall Iíll be your Sweetheart VAR26
Marie Kendall Just like the Ivy VAR26
Marie Kendall Kiss the Girl if youíre going to VAR26
Marie Kendall Oh! said the Judge, be careful VAR26
Marie Kendall Sweet Susie OíGrady VAR26
Marie Kendall Two little girls in blue VAR26
Marie Kendall When Liza got on the Donkey VAR26
Marie Lloyd A little of what you fancy (Excerpt) VAR55
Marie Lloyd A little of what you fancy does you good CDR6
Marie Lloyd Actions CDR58
Marie Lloyd Every little movement CDR6
Marie Lloyd Now you've got the Khaki on CDR6
Marie Lloyd Put on your slippers CDR6
Marie Lloyd Revue CDR6
Marie Lloyd Something on his mind CDR6
Marie Lloyd The Coster Christening CDR58
Marie Lloyd The Coster girl in Paris CDR6
Marie Lloyd The Costerís wedding CDR58
Marie Lloyd The Piccadilly Trot CDR6
Marie Lloyd The Tail of a Skirt CDR58
Marie Lloyd The Twiddly-wink CDR6
Marie Lloyd What, What CDR58
Marie Lloyd When I take my morning promenade CDR6
Marie Lloyd When the Leaves began to fall CDR58
Marie Lloyd Woman's Opinion of Man CDR6
Marie Lloyd Jnr. A little bit of what you fancy CDR37
Marie Lloyd Jnr. Iím A Bit Of A Ruin That Cromwell VAR58
Marie Lloyd Jnr. The Costerís Wedding VAR26
Marie Lloyd Jnr. The Wink of the Old Glad Eye VAR26
Marie Lloyd Jnr. Donít Dilly-Dally on the Way CDR22
Marie Lloyd Jnr. Iíd like to go again CDR22
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi A Beautiful Lady in Blue VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Ainít Misbehaviní VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Ainít She Sweet VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Blue Skies VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Celebratiní VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Evírythingís been done before VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Everything Stops for Tea VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Harping In The Highlands VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi I feel a Song cominí on VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Iíll see You in my Dreams VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi In the Middle of a Kiss VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Le Cygne (The Swan) VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Miss Annabelle Lee VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Rendezvous VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Ridiní up the River Road VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi The Echo of a Song VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi The Simple Things in Life VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi The Whistling Waltz VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Thereís something in the Air VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Waltz Time - And A Harp VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Weíve got Rhythm VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Where the Lazy River goes by VAR76
Mario "Harp" Lorenzi Whispering VAR76
Mark Sheridan At the football match last Saturday CDR7
Mark Sheridan Belgium put the khibosh on the Kaiser CDR7
Mark Sheridan By the Sea CDR7
Mark Sheridan Fancy meeting you at the Isle of Man CDR7
Mark Sheridan Hear what the crowds say CDR7
Mark Sheridan Here We are again TOP2
Mark Sheridan I do like to be beside the seaside CDR7
Mark Sheridan I met everybody I knew CDR7
Mark Sheridan I wanted a wife CDR7
Mark Sheridan I'd like to shake Shakespeare CDR7
Mark Sheridan In the Days that are coming bye and bye TOP7
Mark Sheridan It's girls that make the seaside CDR7
Mark Sheridan Josser Cricketer CDR7
Mark Sheridan Let's all go home together CDR7
Mark Sheridan One of the B'hoys CDR7
Mark Sheridan Prison up to date CDR7
Mark Sheridan Story from the Chestnut Tree CDR7
Mark Sheridan The esplanade CDR7
Mark Sheridan The mother and the child were there. CDR7
Mark Sheridan The three trees CDR7
Mark Sheridan The World turned Upside down TOP7
Mark Sheridan They all come out in the Summertime CDR7
Mark Sheridan They all walk the wibbly-wobbly walk CDR7
Mark Sheridan When the lights are low CDR7
Mark Sheridan Who were you with last night? CDR7
Mark Sheridan Who's who CDR7
Mark Sheridan You can do a lot of things CDR37
Maurice Chevalier Louise VAR14
Max Bacon Barmitzvah boy VAR35
Max Bacon Beigels VAR35
Max Bacon Buy my little Ten-a-Penny Pills VAR35
Max Bacon Even a Crooner must eat VAR35
Max Bacon Gershwin Lockshan-Soup Jack VAR35
Max Bacon Holtz Myer and Cohen VAR35
Max Bacon I can get it for you wholesale VAR35
Max Bacon I must see Annie tonight VAR35
Max Bacon Little Red Hooding Ride VAR35
Max Bacon Panchoís Widow VAR35
Max Bacon Sam Levenson VAR35
Max Bacon Shmoul, Pick up the Kishke VAR35
Max Bacon William T-Hell VAR35
Max Bygraves Tulips from Amsterdam (Excerpt) VAR55
Max Miller Ain't love grand VAR79
Max Miller Annie the farmer's daughter VAR5
Max Miller At the Bathing Parade VAR79
Max Miller At the Holborn Empire (Excerpt) VAR55
Max Miller Backscratcher VAR5
Max Miller Come Hither with Your Zither VAR79
Max Miller Confessions of a Cheeky Chappie VAR5
Max Miller Does She still remember VAR50
Max Miller Doh-Re-Me VAR79
Max Miller Down in the valley VAR5
Max Miller Every Sunday Afternoon VAR65
Max Miller Everything happens to me VAR79
Max Miller Friends and Neighbours VAR79
Max Miller Happy School Days VAR79
Max Miller How the So-and-So can I be Happy VAR65
Max Miller I bought a Horse VAR79
Max Miller I never see Maggie alone VAR79
Max Miller I never thought that sheíd do that to me VAR5
Max Miller Iím the only bit of comfort she's got VAR5
Max Miller Impshe VAR5
Max Miller In the theatre: (Finsbury Park Empire) VAR79
Max Miller Julietta VAR65
Max Miller Just another Sally VAR79
Max Miller Just in Fun VAR65
Max Miller La-de-da VAR5
Max Miller Letís all have a charabanc ride VAR5
Max Miller Letís have a Ride on your Bicycle VAR42
Max Miller Maria fell for me VAR79
Max Miller Mary from the Dairy VAR42
Max Miller Mary from the Dairy VAR5
Max Miller Max at the Met (Metropolitan,Edware Road) VAR42
Max Miller Max entertains the War Workers VAR42
Max Miller Max in the Theatre (Holborn Empire) VAR42
Max Miller Max in the Theatre Again VAR60
Max Miller Max in the Theatre Again (Holborn Empire) VAR42
Max Miller Max Miller with The Forces VAR60
Max Miller Max the Auctioneer VAR5
Max Miller My old Mum VAR79
Max Miller No, No, No VAR79
Max Miller Oh Yes! She knows her Onions (w. Beverley Sisters) VAR79
Max Miller Ophelia VAR5
Max Miller Put it down VAR5
Max Miller She said she wouldnít VAR5
Max Miller She was she was she was VAR79
Max Miller She'll never be the same VAR5
Max Miller Someone Else Iíd like to be VAR79
Max Miller Thatís Nice, Maxie VAR60
Max Miller That's the way to fall in love VAR79
Max Miller The Budgie Song VAR79
Max Miller The Cheekie Chappie (Live Show) VAR65
Max Miller The Christmas Dinner CDR20
Max Miller The Girl next Door VAR65
Max Miller The Girls I like VAR79
Max Miller The girls who work where I work VAR5
Max Miller The Love Bug will bite You VAR65
Max Miller The Market Song (with Lonnie Donegan) VAR65
Max Miller The old oak tree VAR5
Max Miller The windmill VAR5
Max Miller The woman improver VAR5
Max Miller Tit-Bits (with Lonnie Donegan) VAR65
Max Miller Um-Ta-Ra-Ra VAR65
Max Miller Weeping willow VAR5
Max Miller When Youíre feeling lonely VAR79
Max Miller Why should the dustman get it all? VAR5
Max Miller Winnie the Whistler VAR79
Max Miller You can't blame me VAR5
Max Miller You can't go away like that VAR5
Mayerl & Farrar An Instrumental Excerpt VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Canít your Friend find a Friend for Me? VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Dreamy Honolulu VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Drink to me only with Thine Eyes VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar I may be wrong but I think Youíre wonderful VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar I think of You VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Iím a little Blackbird VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Iím always just a little Bit not Right VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Iím lonely without You VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar In Egypt VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar In my Gondola VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar It donít do nothing but Rain VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Mandy VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Masculine Women! Feminine Men! VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Old Fashioned Girls VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Sitting Around VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Sunshine and Rain VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Two Ton Tessie VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar Want a little Loviní VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar We canít blame the Bobbies for that VAR61
Mayerl & Farrar You flew away from the Nest VAR61
Megs Jenkins A Bird in a Gilded Cage VAR81
Mika Magee Cordalia Malone CDR61
Milton Hayes Do film actresses make good husbands? VAR24
Milton Hayes How America was discovered VAR24
Milton Hayes How America was found out VAR24
Milton Hayes Is China worth going to? VAR24
Milton Hayes Is China worth leaving? VAR24
Milton Hayes Is Lipstick nourishing? VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty at Wembley VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty attends a board meeting VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty discusses the Empire Spirit VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty meanders through the Ads VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty on Advertising and so forth VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty on Bananas VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty on Bolshevism and the like VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty on Burglars VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty on Fashions VAR24
Milton Hayes Monty tells the sad story of Mrs Paddlewick VAR24
Milton Hayes Montyís hints on health VAR24
Milton Hayes My boyís career VAR24
Milton Hayes Politics and that sort of thing VAR24
Milton Hayes The General Outlook and that sort of thing VAR24
Milton Hayes The Near East and that sort of thing VAR24
Milton Hayes Why every married man should have a wife VAR24
Milton Hayes You know what I mean (Monologue) VAR24
Mischa Elman Faust Fantasie TOP4
Miss Benton Hearts and Flowers TOP4
Miss Marie Hall Humoreske TOP4
Miss Mary Law Pirates of Penzance Selection TOP4
Miss Mary Law The Gondoliers Selection TOP4
Montague Borwell Private Tommy Atkins TOP5
Morny Cash Come to Your Daddy CDR32
Morny Cash From 21 to 63 CDR32
Morny Cash Hooray, Iím going to be married today CDR32
Morny Cash I will have a night tonight CDR32
Morny Cash Iíve been married a year today CDR32
Morny Cash My Ninepence CDR32
Mr Allen Interview with Titanic Survivor TOP4
Municipal Band The Boer National Hymn TOP5
Municipal Concert Band The Absent Minded Beggar TOP5
Municipal Military Band Boys of the Old Brigade TOP5
Murgatroyd & Winterbottom About Cruises VAR23
Murgatroyd & Winterbottom Art VAR23
Murgatroyd & Winterbottom Disarmament VAR23
Murgatroyd & Winterbottom Itís a Pity VAR23
Musical Avalos El Capitain March (Xylophones) CDR47
Nat Travers Heís moved into a bigger house now VAR26
Nat Travers I must have my Ďarf a pint of Beer VAR26
Nat Travers My Dear Old Grey-Haired Mother VAR26
Nat Travers What is a Mammy, Daddy? VAR26
Naughton and Gold Holidays VAR23
Naughton and Gold Income Tax VAR23
Nellie Johnson Daddy wouldnít buy me a Bow-Wow VAR81
Nellie Wallace Bang! Bang! Bang! CDR16
Nellie Wallace Cuckoo CDR16
Nellie Wallace Geranium CDR16
Nellie Wallace Half Past Nine CDR16
Nellie Wallace Let's have a Tiddley at the Milk Bar CDR16
Nellie Wallace Meet Me (The Sniff Song) CDR16
Nellie Wallace Mother's Pie Crust CDR16
Nellie Wallace Tally Ho! CDR16
Nellie Wallace The Blasted Oak CDR16
Nellie Wallace Three Cheers for the Red White & Blue CDR16
Nellie Wallace Three Times a Day CDR16
Nellie Wallace Under the Bed CDR16
Nelson Jackson In 1950 TOP7
Nelson Jackson When Richard I sat on the Throne CDR22
Noel Coward Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Excerpt) VAR55
Norah Blaney Oh! Mr. Porter CDR6
Norman Long A Tale of other times VAR21
Norman Long Arenít we all? VAR21
Norman Long Down in our Village in Zummerzet VAR21
Norman Long Hidden heroes VAR21
Norman Long Homes VAR21
Norman Long I think of you VAR21
Norman Long Ideal Homes VAR21
Norman Long Is it British? VAR21
Norman Long Monday Morning VAR21
Norman Long My little Austin Seven VAR21
Norman Long Never have a bath with your wrist watch on VAR21
Norman Long On the beach at Bangaloo VAR21
Norman Long Otherwise she's motherís kind of girl VAR21
Norman Long Our Dog VAR21
Norman Long Rule Britannia - A Travesty VAR21
Norman Long Sing Ho! For the days of drinking VAR21
Norman Long That little back garden VAR21
Norman Long Thatís why I love her VAR21
Norman Long The Drage Way VAR21
Norman Long The Good Little Boy and the Bad Little Boy VAR21
Norman Long To wish You a Happy Christmas VAR51
Norman Long Toasts VAR21
Norman Long Under the Bazunka Tree VAR21
Norman Long What did the Village Blacksmith say? VAR21
Norman Long Why is the bacon so tough VAR21
Norman Long You mustnít do it after 8 oíclock VAR21
Norman Wisdom Don't laugh At Me (Excerpt) VAR55
North and South Casabianca VAR23
North and South Riding on a Camel VAR23
North and South The Continong VAR23
Nuna Davey I wonít be a Nun VAR81
Olive Fox A Thousand Years Ago VAR85
Olive Fox And then We wonít go Home VAR85
Olive Fox Good ĎEavens Mrs. Evans VAR85
Olive Fox I do love You VAR85
Olive Fox I donít think it matters! VAR85
Olive Fox Iím Happy when Iím Hiking VAR85
Olive Fox Iíve got Rings on my Fingers VAR85
Olive Fox Itís the Alpine Dress Youíre wearing VAR85
Olive Fox Keep Your Skirts down, Mary Ann VAR85
Olive Fox Ma! VAR85
Olive Fox Maggie! Yes Ma! VAR85
Olive Fox Maggieís Cold VAR85
Olive Fox On our Happy Wedding Day VAR85
Olive Fox Our own Little Home, Sweet Home VAR85
Olive Fox Píliceman, Píliceman (Hold My Hand) VAR85
Olive Fox Put Your Worries through the Mangle VAR85
Olive Fox Thatís That VAR85
Olive Fox The Same Again VAR85
Olive Fox Three Little Words VAR85
Olive Fox Weíd better put the banns up now VAR85
Olive Fox When You belong to Me VAR85
Olly Oakley (Banjo) A Dusky Belle CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Americana CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) An Ethiopian Carnival CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Banjo Oddity CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Bolero CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Darktown Dandies CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) El Capitain CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Jessamine CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) King Cotton March CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Lumbrin Luke CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Menuet CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Narcissus CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) National Airs CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Oakleigh Quick Step CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Poppies and Wheat CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Queen of the Burlesque CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Rugby Parade March CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Stars and Stripes CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Coloured Major March CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Columbian March CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Coons Parade CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Dandy Fifth CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Darkeyís Awakening CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Drum Major CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Sweepís Intermezzo CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) The Yeomanís Call CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Torchlight Parade CDR46
Olly Oakley (Banjo) Whistling Rufus CDR46
Orchestra If You Were The Only Girl In The World VAR58
Orchestra Overture ďTheatrelandĒ VAR58
Paddie OíNeil Hold Your Hand Out Naughty Boy VAR58
Paddie OíNeil Ship Ahoy VAR58
Parke Hunter Mosquito Parade TOP4
Pat Rafferty Paddy in Kilts CDR61
Peter Dawson The Admiralís Broom TOP1
Petula Clark With all my Heart (Excerpt) VAR55
Phil. String Quartet Spring Song TOP4
Primo Scala 50 Years of Song Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Cheerio (Here we go) Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Gay 90s Waltz Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Goodnight to You All VAR80
Primo Scala Medley of Stirring Tunes VAR80
Primo Scala Medley of Strauss Waltzes VAR80
Primo Scala Ship Ahoy Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Sing ĎEm Again Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Six ďHitsĒ of the Day Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Songs that Won the War Medley VAR80
Primo Scala The Elegant 80s Medley VAR80
Primo Scala The Man on the Flying Trapeze VAR80
Primo Scala Waltz Me Around Again Medley VAR80
Primo Scala Waltz Me Around Medley VAR80
Pryorís Orchestra The Whistler and His Dog TOP4
R G Knowles Have you got that £10 note CDR47
R G Knowles Modern Woman TOP7
R Kennerley Rumford Four Jolly Sailormen TOP1
R Kennerley Rumford Three for Jack TOP1
Randolph Sutton All by Yourself in the Moonlight VAR1
Randolph Sutton At Rawstenstall Fair VAR1
Randolph Sutton Charlie VAR1
Randolph Sutton Christening the Twins VAR1
Randolph Sutton Do Something VAR48
Randolph Sutton Driving the Geese to Market VAR48
Randolph Sutton Every Little Girl likes That VAR48
Randolph Sutton Good ĎEavens, Mrs. Evans VAR1
Randolph Sutton He tickles me under the Chin VAR1
Randolph Sutton Hello Twins VAR48
Randolph Sutton Holding Hands on the Sands VAR1
Randolph Sutton I am, She is, We are VAR1
Randolph Sutton I took Jane, Walking in the Rain VAR1
Randolph Sutton I was in the Mood VAR48
Randolph Sutton In the Bushes at the Bottom of the Garden VAR1
Randolph Sutton It Always starts to Rain VAR1
Randolph Sutton Itís only a Matter of Time VAR48
Randolph Sutton Jollity Farm VAR48
Randolph Sutton Jolly Good Company VAR1
Randolph Sutton Laugh and let the Clouds roll by VAR48
Randolph Sutton Mausie ! VAR1
Randolph Sutton Mrs. Rush and her Scrubbing Brush VAR1
Randolph Sutton My Canary has Circles under his Eyes VAR1
Randolph Sutton My Hiking Girl VAR1
Randolph Sutton Oh ! Henry !(What a Lad you must have been) VAR1
Randolph Sutton Oh Georgie, What a How Do You Do VAR48
Randolph Sutton Oh Mother, Mother VAR48
Randolph Sutton Old Mother Hubbard VAR48
Randolph Sutton On Mother Kellyís Doorstep VAR48
Randolph Sutton Or Anything Else Iíve got VAR48
Randolph Sutton Pretty little House that Jack built VAR48
Randolph Sutton Pull up your Socks and laugh up your Sleeve VAR48
Randolph Sutton Round Rileyís Old Red Barn VAR48
Randolph Sutton Round the Marble Arch VAR1
Randolph Sutton Sheís got another one now VAR1
Randolph Sutton Tell me more about Love VAR48
Randolph Sutton Thatís my Weakness now VAR1
Randolph Sutton The Click of the Little Green Gate VAR50
Randolph Sutton The Liíl Schoolhouse down the Lane VAR1
Randolph Sutton The Old Kitchen Kettle VAR48
Randolph Sutton The Sun has got his Hat on VAR48
Randolph Sutton Thereís a Good Time coming VAR48
Randolph Sutton Tilly took a Tramp in the Wood VAR48
Randolph Sutton Ting-a-ling-a-ling (Wanted on the Phone) VAR1
Randolph Sutton Whacha gonna do, Do now VAR48
Randolph Sutton Whatís it matter (as long as itís dark) VAR48
Randolph Sutton When are you going to lead me to the Altar, VAR1
Randolph Sutton When I met Sally at the Seaside VAR48
Randolph Sutton You can feel it doing you good VAR1
Randolph Sutton You ought to know better, A Big Girl like You VAR48
Ray Wallace Donít Dilly Dally on the way CDR6
Ray Wallace There they are - the two of 'em on their own CDR6
Ray Wallace Twiggy Voo CDR6
Raymond Newell Comrades VAR58
Raymond Newell The Old Brigade VAR58
Reg Dixon Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy VAR14
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Bill Bailey (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Champagne Charlie (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Dolly Gray (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Get your hair cut (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Good Old Summer time (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) He's only a working man (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) I don't want to play in your yard (Instr.) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Little Alabama Coon (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) The Guards' Parade (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Tiddly Fol Lol (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Dixon (Organ) Where the sunset turns (Instrumental) CDR38
Reginald Gardiner Trains VAR50
Rita Williams Donít Dilly Dally on the Way VAR56
Rita Williams Row Row Row VAR56
Rob Currie Glorious Beer VAR58
Robb Wilton Goodnight VAR8
Robb Wilton I should say so VAR8
Robb Wilton The Fire Station VAR8
Robb Wilton The Home Guard VAR8
Robb Wilton The Munition Worker VAR8
Robb Wilton The Police Station VAR8
Robert Carr Be British TOP4
Robert Carr Every Man At His Post TOP4
Robert Eddison Hon Maud in ďAny QuestionsĒ VAR81
Robert Eddison Hon Maud in ďThe CantiniereĒ VAR81
Ronald Frankau A Protest VAR4
Ronald Frankau And They Lived Unhappily Ever After VAR4
Ronald Frankau Dolara, The Daughter Of Bo-Bo The Great VAR4
Ronald Frankau Donít Pretend To Be Innocent VAR4
Ronald Frankau Every Eveningís Nothing Like The Last VAR4
Ronald Frankau Everyoneís Got Sex Appeal For Someone VAR4
Ronald Frankau Freddieís Got A Lot To Learn VAR4
Ronald Frankau Iíd like to Have a Honeymoon with Her VAR4
Ronald Frankau Iíd Rather Be A Savage VAR4
Ronald Frankau In a Perfectly Lovely Park VAR4
Ronald Frankau Itís An Over-Rated Pastime VAR4
Ronald Frankau Lady Be Bad VAR4
Ronald Frankau Letís Keep The Party Clean VAR4
Ronald Frankau My Intentions Were Absolutely Pure VAR4
Ronald Frankau Nothing Ever Happens to Some Girls VAR4
Ronald Frankau Remember The Cyclists of Britain VAR4
Ronald Frankau She Doesnít Only Get You With Her Beauty VAR4
Ronald Frankau She Hit Him On The Head With A Hammer VAR4
Ronald Frankau The Preparatory School, the Public School VAR4
Ronald Frankau They Have a Much Better Time VAR4
Ronald Frankau Through A Momentary Loss Of Self Control VAR4
Ronald Frankau Upper Class Love VAR4
Ronald Frankau What Every Girl Ought To Know VAR4
Ronald Frankau Youíve Got To Pay For Everything You Get VAR4
Rosie Lloyd When I Take my Morning Promenade CDR22
Russ Hamilton We will make Love (Excerpt) VAR55
S H Dudley Sister Mary Janeís Top Note CDR61
Salon Orchestra In the Shadows TOP4
Salon Orchestra The Chocolate Soldier Waltz TOP4
Sam Levenson Basic Yiddish VAR35
Sam Mayo Baby CDR37
Sam Mayo Bread and Marmalade CDR33
Sam Mayo Doh, Re, Me CDR33
Sam Mayo Ha Ha CDR33
Sam Mayo I feel very bad I do CDR33
Sam Mayo I played my Concertina CDR33
Sam Mayo I ran straight Home with the News CDR33
Sam Mayo I was having my Breakfast in Bed CDR33
Sam Mayo Iíll prove that I was right CDR33
Sam Mayo Iím going to Sing a Song CDR33
Sam Mayo Iíve only come down for the Day CDR33
Sam Mayo Johnny CDR33
Sam Mayo Put that Gramophone Record on again CDR33
Sam Mayo Rabbit and Pickled Pork CDR33
Sam Mayo Tally Ho ! CDR33
Sam Mayo The Chinaman CDR33
Sam Mayo The Night began to fall CDR33
Sam Mayo The Town Crier CDR33
Sam Mayo The Trumpet Song CDR33
Sam Mayo The Widow Song CDR33
Sam Mayo Things are worse in Russia CDR33
Sandy Powell On the Dole VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy buys a Wireless Set VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Dirt Track Rider VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Fireman (with ďPeggyĒ) VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Goalkeeper (with Ray Russell) VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Sailor VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Solicitor (with Mrs ĎOpkins) VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandy the Tram Conductor VAR40
Sandy Powell Sandyís Christmas Eve CDR20
Sandy Powell The Barmaidís Song VAR40
Sandy Powell The Caretaker (with unidentified Partner) VAR40
Sandy Powell The Lost Policeman (with Little Percy) VAR40
Sandy Powell The Lost Policeman turns up again (on Night Duty) VAR40
Sandy Powell The Mountaineer (with ďPeggyĒ) VAR40
Sandy Powell The Return of the Lost Policeman (with ďPeggyĒ) VAR40
Sandy Powell The Singing Lesson (with Frank Lorden) VAR40
Sergeant E Dwyer VC With our Boys at the Front: In the Trenches TOP2
Sergeant E Dwyer VC With our Boys at the Front: On the March TOP2
Sir Charles Wakefield First Recruiting Appeal TOP2
Solo and Chorus God Save The King (Vocal) CDR53
Stanley Holloway Albert and His Savings VAR27
Stanley Holloway Albert and the ĎEadsman VAR27
Stanley Holloway Albert Comes Back VAR27
Stanley Holloway Albert Evacuated VAR27
Stanley Holloway Any Old Iron? VAR68
Stanley Holloway Brahn Boots VAR27
Stanley Holloway Dark Girl dressed in Blue VAR68
Stanley Holloway Down at the Old Bull and Bush VAR68
Stanley Holloway Hello! Hello! Whoís your Lady Friend VAR68
Stanley Holloway I live in Trafalgar Square VAR68
Stanley Holloway I thought mebbe I would - aní I did VAR68
Stanley Holloway Iím shy Mary Ellen, Iím shy VAR68
Stanley Holloway If I should plant a Tiny Seed of Love VAR68
Stanley Holloway If You were the only Girl in the World VAR68
Stanley Holloway Itíll all be the Same VAR68
Stanley Holloway Letís all go down the Strand VAR68
Stanley Holloway Lily of Laguna VAR68
Stanley Holloway Marksman Sam VAR27
Stanley Holloway My Missus VAR68
Stanley Holloway My Old Dutch VAR68
Stanley Holloway My Word, You do look Queer! VAR68
Stanley Holloway Oh! I must go Home tonight VAR68
Stanley Holloway Old Sam - ĎAlt! Who goes theer? VAR27
Stanley Holloway Old Sam - Beat the retreat on Thy Drum VAR27
Stanley Holloway Old Sam - One each A-piece all round VAR27
Stanley Holloway Old Sam - Pick Up Thaí Musket VAR27
Stanley Holloway Old Samís Party VAR27
Stanley Holloway Petticoat Lane VAR68
Stanley Holloway Sam goes to it VAR27
Stanley Holloway Sam Small at Westminster VAR27
Stanley Holloway Samís Medal VAR27
Stanley Holloway Samís Xmas Pudding VAR27
Stanley Holloway Sweeney Todd the Barber VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Beefeater VAR27
Stanley Holloway The Galloping Major VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Honeysuckle and the Bee VAR68
Stanley Holloway The King who wanted Jam for Tea VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Lion and Albert VAR27
Stanley Holloway The Little Shirt my Mother made for Me VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Parson of Puddle VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Rude Sailor VAR68
Stanley Holloway The Spaniard that blighted my Life VAR68
Stanley Holloway Two Lovely Black Eyes VAR68
Stanley Holloway Where did You get that Hat? VAR68
Stanley Holloway While Strolling in the Park VAR68
Stanley Holloway With her head tucked underneath her arm VAR27
Stanley Holloway Wot Cher! (Knocked Ďem in the Old Kent Road) VAR68
Stanley Holloway You can do a lot of Things at the Seaside VAR68
Stanley Kirkby Be British TOP4
Stanley Kirkby Go to Bed Early and Save your Coal TOP2
Stanley Kirkby Itís the Same Old Tommy TOP2
Stanley Kirkby We donít want to fight but by Jingo TOP2
Stanley Lupino Could Lloyd George do it? VAR78
Stanley Lupino Happy VAR78
Stanley Lupino Hats off to Edgar Wallace VAR78
Stanley Lupino Have You got any Rag? VAR78
Stanley Lupino How're Ya getting on? VAR78
Stanley Lupino I donít want to go to Bed VAR78
Stanley Lupino I lift up my Finger and I say Tweet Tweet VAR78
Stanley Lupino Iíve found the Right Girl VAR78
Stanley Lupino Just one more VAR78
Stanley Lupino Laying the Carpet VAR78
Stanley Lupino Let Me Gaze VAR78
Stanley Lupino Mexico VAR78
Stanley Lupino Miss Whatís Her Name VAR78
Stanley Lupino Oh Italy! VAR78
Stanley Lupino On the Staff VAR78
Stanley Lupino Percy from Peckham VAR78
Stanley Lupino Side by Side VAR78
Stanley Lupino That just gets me out on the Day VAR78
Stanley Lupino Why canít We VAR78
Stanley Lupino Yes, No! VAR78
Steffani Songsters A Boyís Best Friend is His Mother VAR88
Steffani Songsters A Day with the Army: VAR88
Steffani Songsters A Little Blue House VAR88
Steffani Songsters By the Lazy Lagoon VAR88
Steffani Songsters Down in the Forest VAR88
Steffani Songsters Evening Bells VAR88
Steffani Songsters Gulliverís Travels: VAR88
Steffani Songsters Hear My Prayer VAR88
Steffani Songsters Humoreske VAR88
Steffani Songsters Lay My Head beneath a Rose VAR88
Steffani Songsters Medley of Popular Hits: VAR88
Steffani Songsters Oh! For the Wings of a Dove VAR88
Steffani Songsters Roll along Prairie Moon VAR88
Steffani Songsters Serenade VAR88
Steffani Songsters Songs of Yesterday: VAR88
Steffani Songsters Songs with the Songsters: VAR88
Steffani Songsters The Blue Danube VAR88
Steffani Songsters The Parade of the Tin Soldiers VAR88
Steffani Songsters The Wheel of the Wagon is broken VAR88
Sullivan Op. Party A British Tar is a Soaring Soul TOP1
Sullivan Op. Party When Britain Rules the Waves TOP1
Sydney Coltham Roses of Picardy TOP2
Teddy Brown Blue Danube (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Desert Eyes (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Fairy On The Clock (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Got A Date With An Angel (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Happy Days Are Here Again (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Headiní For Louisville (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Hi-Diddle-Diddle (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown I Never Knew (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Liebesfreud (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Light Cavalry (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown My Heart Stood Still (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Poet & Peasant Overture (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Raymond Overture (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Rio Rita (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown So Is Your Old Lady (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Soldiersí Chorus (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Song of Happiness (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown The Doll Dance (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown The Match Parade (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown The Skatersí Waltz (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Then Iíll Be Happy (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Through (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Time Alone Will Tell (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown Under The Double Eagle (Xylophone) VAR53
Teddy Brown While The Sahara Sleeps (Xylophone) VAR53
Tessie OíShea Iím Ready, Iím Willing VAR50
Tessie OíShea Nobody loves a Fairy when sheís Forty VAR26
Tessie OíShea Two Ton Tessie (from Tennessee) VAR26
Tessie O'Shea Donít kiss her in the Daylight VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Down at Dooleyís Dance VAR36
Tessie O'Shea He does it VAR36
Tessie O'Shea He never slept a Wink all Night VAR36
Tessie O'Shea He said ďKiss MeĒ VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Hymie and Amy VAR36
Tessie O'Shea I donít want to climb a Mountain VAR36
Tessie O'Shea I fell in love with an Airman VAR36
Tessie O'Shea I go twice a week to the Pictures VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Iím worth my Weight in Gold VAR36
Tessie O'Shea It all belongs to me VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Let it be soon VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Live and let live VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Oh Freddie VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Oh! Mr Porter (Excerpt) VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Sing, Sing, Sing VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Sweetheart in the Navy VAR36
Tessie O'Shea That ďKruschenĒ Feeling VAR36
Tessie O'Shea The ĎAmpstead Way VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Thirty Thirsty Throats VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Two Ton Tessie (From Tennessee) VAR36
Tessie O'Shea U-ra-li-a-te-ry VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Weíve nowít like thee in London VAR36
Tessie O'Shea When are they going to find us owt to do? VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Wish me Good Luck - Kiss me Goodbye VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Yes, Iím feeling happy VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Youíre at Blackpool by the Sea VAR36
Tessie O'Shea Youíre getting older every Day VAR36
The Minstrels Tom Birchmore, Cornerman, ďDixieĒ CDR35
The Minstrels Tom Birchmore, Cornerman, ďMassaĒ CDR35
The ďFavoritesĒ The Pantomime Rehearsal CDR20
The Audience Oh! The Fairies VAR81
The Big Four Form Fours - War Songs Medley (Part 1) VAR70
The Big Four Form Fours - War Songs Medley (Part 2) VAR70
The Company At Trinity Church VAR81
The Company Auld Lang Syne VAR58
The Company Daisy Bell VAR81
The Company Her Golden Hair VAR81
The Company I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside VAR58
The Company Itís a Great Big Shame VAR81
The Company Little Annie Roonie VAR81
The Company She was a dear little Dicky Bird VAR81
The Company The Galloping Major VAR81
The Company The National Anthem VAR81
The Company Ting-a-Ling VAR81
The Four Singing Waiters Nellie Dean VAR56
The Four Singing Waiters Sweet Adeline VAR56
The Gaiety Singers Down by the Old Mill Stream VAR77
The Gaiety Singers When You and I were young, Maggie VAR77
The Jolly Brothers Albert Whelan VAR58
The Minster Singers De Ole Banjo CDR35
The Minster Singers Good-night CDR35
The Minster Singers Oh! Dem Golden Slippers CDR35
The Orchestra Down at the Old Bull and Bush VAR77
The Orchestra Letís All Go Down The Strand VAR58
The Orchestra Palace Of Varieties March VAR58
The Orchestra Ta-Ra-Ra Boom De Ay VAR77
The Preacher and the Bear Albert Whelan VAR58
The Roosters A Village Concert VAR70
The Roosters Army Reminiscences VAR70
The Roosters Company Orders VAR70
The Roosters Lights Out VAR70
The Roosters Old Comrades Re-union VAR70
The Roosters Sick Parade VAR70
The Roosters The Recruiting Office VAR70
The Roosters Tommyís Christmas VAR70
The Roosters Tommyís Little Day VAR70
The Roosters Y.M.C.A. Concert VAR70
The Sisters Gelatine If I only knew the Way VAR81
The Sisters Gelatine Weíre the Sisters Gelatine VAR81
The Three Rascals Alexanderís Ragtime Band CDR67
The Three Rascals Baboon Dance CDR67
The Three Rascals Band, Band, Band CDR67
The Three Rascals Banjo Joe CDR67
The Three Rascals Gaby Glide CDR67
The Three Rascals Get Out and Get Under CDR67
The Three Rascals Hello! Hello! London Town CDR67
The Three Rascals Hitchy Koo CDR67
The Three Rascals Iíll make you want Me CDR67
The Three Rascals Iím going back to Dixie CDR67
The Three Rascals Melindaís Wedding Day CDR67
The Three Rascals Mickey Rooneyís Band CDR67
The Three Rascals On the Mississippi CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragging the Baby to Sleep CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Cowboy Joe CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Dinner Time Band CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Goblin Man CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Melodies CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Suffragette CDR67
The Three Rascals Ragtime Violin CDR67
The Three Rascals Snooky Ookums CDR67
The Three Rascals Someone is Coming to My House CDR67
The Three Rascals That Beautiful Band CDR67
The Three Rascals The Flower Garden Ball CDR67
The Three Rascals The Ragtime Jockey CDR67
The Three Rascals Theyíve got me Doing it Again CDR67
The Three Rascals When the Midnight Choo Choo leaves for Alabam CDR67
The Three Rascals You didnít want to do it but You did CDR67
The Three Rascals Youíre my Baby CDR67
The Trix Sisters A Hundred Years from Now VAR83
The Trix Sisters Back to London Town VAR83
The Trix Sisters Come on Baby VAR83
The Trix Sisters Dapper Dan VAR83
The Trix Sisters I care for Him VAR83
The Trix Sisters I hope I donít meet Molly VAR83
The Trix Sisters I just want to give Myself away VAR83
The Trix Sisters I never worry about the Morning VAR83
The Trix Sisters Iím Knee Deep in Daisies VAR83
The Trix Sisters Iím on the Crest of a Wave VAR83
The Trix Sisters Iím sitting on Top of the World VAR83
The Trix Sisters I'm crazy over You VAR83
The Trix Sisters My Rock a Bye Baby VAR83
The Trix Sisters Nagasaki (with The Gilt Edged Four) VAR83
The Trix Sisters Negro Complaints VAR83
The Trix Sisters Pickiní Cotton (with The Gilt Edged Four) VAR83
The Trix Sisters Shout Hallelujah cos' I'm Home VAR83
The Trix Sisters Sweet Daddy I love You VAR83
The Trix Sisters Sweet Ukulele Maid VAR83
The Trix Sisters Sweetie Do VAR83
The Trix Sisters Thatís how I knew VAR83
The Trix Sisters Thatís the Good Old Sunny South (with The Gilt Edged Four) VAR83
The Trix Sisters The Hollow of a Hill VAR83
The Trix Sisters Trixís Boodle-Um-Boo VAR83
The Trix Sisters Ukulele Lullaby VAR83
The Trix Sisters Where is my Meyer VAR83
The Trix Sisters Youíre my Silver Lining of Love VAR83
The Two Bobs Alexanderís Ragtime Band CDR34
The Two Bobs Dicky Bird CDR34
The Two Bobs Down at Dooleyís Farm CDR34
The Two Bobs Four and Nine CDR34
The Two Bobs Gintyís Gramophone CDR34
The Two Bobs Hello! Hello! London Town! CDR34
The Two Bobs Iím going back to Dixie CDR34
The Two Bobs Iím on my way to Dublin Bay CDR34
The Two Bobs Itís a Cert CDR34
The Two Bobs Ja Da CDR34
The Two Bobs Oh That Ragtime Waltz CDR34
The Two Bobs Our Village CDR34
The Two Bobs Paddy McGintyís Goat CDR34
The Two Bobs Pennsylvani-ah CDR34
The Two Bobs Ragtime Cowboy Joe CDR34
The Two Bobs Rileyís Ideal Home CDR34
The Two Bobs Siís been drinking Cider CDR34
The Two Bobs Since I met you CDR34
The Two Bobs The Jingaboo Man CDR34
The Two Bobs Torpedoed Jim CDR34
The Two Bobs Tra, La-La-La CDR34
The Two Bobs When Martin Flynn plays on his violin CDR34
The Two Bobs When Paderewski Plays CDR34
The Two Bobs When Youíre in a Revue CDR34
The Two Bobs Whoops! Letís do it again CDR34
The Two Bobs Wonderful Girl from Wonderland CDR34
The Two Leslies Ainít love grand? VAR22
The Two Leslies At the battle of Waterloo VAR22
The Two Leslies Audrey just laughed and laughed VAR22
The Two Leslies Coo! Luvaduck! Crickey! Coo! Blimey! VAR22
The Two Leslies Down at the Hole in the Wall VAR22
The Two Leslies Down upon the Farm VAR22
The Two Leslies Goodnight (Get your Torchlight) VAR22
The Two Leslies Iím a little Prairie Flower VAR22
The Two Leslies In the Land of Inky Pinky Dinky Doo VAR22
The Two Leslies Itís a Hap, Hap, Happy Day VAR22
The Two Leslies Itís a Hap-Hap-Happy Day VAR50
The Two Leslies Let me go back to the Farm VAR22
The Two Leslies Miss Porkington would like Cream Puffs VAR22
The Two Leslies Nay! Nay! Nay! VAR22
The Two Leslies Now youíve been and gorn and done it VAR22
The Two Leslies Old Potato Jones VAR22
The Two Leslies So ĎAndsome VAR22
The Two Leslies Sweet Fanny Adams VAR22
The Two Leslies Teas, Light Refreshments, and Minerals VAR22
The Two Leslies The Dart Song VAR22
The Two Leslies The Love Bug will bite you VAR22
The Two Leslies The New Sow VAR22
The Two Leslies Umpa, Umpa (Stick it up your Jumper) VAR22
The Two Leslies Weíre tired of the Tiger VAR22
The Two Leslies Why must we keep on working? VAR22
The Variety Singers A Great Big Shame VAR81
The Variety Singers Ask a Policeman VAR81
The Variety Singers At Trinity Church I met my Doom VAR81
The Variety Singers Beer, Glorious Beer VAR81
The Variety Singers Daddy wouldnít buy me a Bow-Wow VAR81
The Variety Singers Daisy Daisy VAR81
The Variety Singers Down the Road VAR81
The Variety Singers Little Dolly Daydream VAR81
The Variety Singers Seventh Royal Fusiliers VAR81
The Variety Singers She was One of the Early Birds VAR81
The Western Brothers After all that VAR29
The Western Brothers Ainít it gorgeous VAR29
The Western Brothers Bad Show Chaps VAR29
The Western Brothers Going up the Line VAR29
The Western Brothers It was bound to happen in the end VAR29
The Western Brothers It was bound to happen in the end VAR29
The Western Brothers Itís in the Bag, Gentlemen, Itís in the Bag VAR29
The Western Brothers Keeping up the old traditions VAR29
The Western Brothers Lord Haw Haw of Zessen VAR29
The Western Brothers Lord Haw Haw, the Humbug of Hamburg VAR29
The Western Brothers Maestro! Be kind to your Men VAR29
The Western Brothers No one to read out the news (A BBC Tragedy) VAR29
The Western Brothers Old King Cole VAR29
The Western Brothers Play the game, You Cads VAR29
The Western Brothers She was only Somebodyís Daughter VAR29
The Western Brothers Thatís a Secret that never leaked out VAR29
The Western Brothers The Big Drum Major VAR29
The Western Brothers The Old School Tie VAR29
The Western Brothers The People Upstairs VAR29
The Western Brothers The Writings on the Wall VAR29
The Western Brothers Weíre frightfully BBC VAR29
The Western Brothers You can't take the breed from the British VAR29
Tod Slaughter Demon Barber of Fleet Street VAR12
Tod Slaughter Maria Marten VAR12
Tod Slaughter Murder in the Red Barn VAR12
Tod Slaughter Sweeny Todd VAR12
Tom Clare A Fishy, Fishy Story CDR30
Tom Clare At home, Iím my wifeís husband CDR30
Tom Clare Captain Cutts of the Cruiser ďWhat NotĒ CDR30
Tom Clare Hum a little tune CDR30
Tom Clare Hush-a-Bye Baby CDR30
Tom Clare It isnít done CDR30
Tom Clare On the day when the world goes dry CDR30
Tom Clare Once the Kaiserís Army CDR30
Tom Clare One little one more CDR30
Tom Clare Silly Ass CDR30
Tom Clare The Argentines, the Portuguese, and the Greeks CDR30
Tom Clare The Fine Old English Gentleman CDR30
Tom Clare The Gay River CDR30
Tom Clare The Girl in the Big Black Hat CDR30
Tom Clare This Freedon (My Wife is away) CDR30
Tom Clare Tom Clareís version of The Telephone CDR30
Tom Clare Waltzing Willie CDR30
Tom Clare Weíll sigh for the Days of the War CDR30
Tom Clare What did you do in the Great War, Daddy? CDR30
Tom Clare Where does Daddy go? CDR30
Tom Clare Winkelheimerís Motor Ride CDR30
Tom Clare Womenís Way CDR30
Tom Clare Womenís Work TOP7
Tom Costello At Trinity Church I met my doom CDR14
Tom Costello Comrades CDR14
Tom Costello Iíve made up my mind CDR14
Tom Costello The ship I love CDR14
Tom Foy Ahím disguised CDR59
Tom Foy Ah've had t' nose pulled CDR59
Tom Foy All through tíBlack Horse CDR59
Tom Foy Amateur Theatricals CDR59
Tom Foy Courting CDR59
Tom Foy Donkey and Me CDR59
Tom Foy First Time that I come up to London CDR59
Tom Foy Getting my Temper up CDR59
Tom Foy If We live to be Ninety Nine CDR59
Tom Foy I've been to America CDR59
Tom Foy I've had some Money left Me CDR59
Tom Foy Live and Learn CDR59
Tom Foy Much obliged to Me CDR59
Tom Foy My Aunt Martha Ann CDR59
Tom Foy My Bunker Bump CDR59
Tom Foy My farewell to Sarby Brig CDR59
Tom Foy My Girl's promised to marry Me CDR59
Tom Foy Nearly Wedded CDR59
Tom Foy Nineteen Bright Pounds CDR59
Tom Foy Our Straits Canal CDR59
Tom Foy Scouting CDR59
Tom Foy The Fool of the Family CDR59
Tom Foy Wales and Wales and Weals CDR59
Tom Leamore Hi! Hi! Hi! VAR26
Tom Leamore I thought she was so shy VAR26
Tom Leamore Mick McDougal VAR26
Tom Leamore Percy from Pimlico VAR14
Tom Leamore Percy from Pimlico VAR26
Tom Woottwell How Dare They? CDR32
Tom Woottwell Interruptions CDR32
Tom Woottwell The Hunger Strike TOP7
Tom Woottwell Wait a Minute CDR32
Tom Woottwell What Do I want with a Man? TOP7
Tom Woottwell What do you think I did? CDR37
Tommy Handley How to make a Christmas Pudding VAR51
Tommy Handley Navy Sketch (Excerpt) VAR55
Tommy Handley A Very Little Nazi VAR32
Tommy Handley Airman, Airman VAR32
Tommy Handley Can you say Bread and Butter VAR32
Tommy Handley Come in, Mr Cummins VAR32
Tommy Handley Ee-by-Gum VAR32
Tommy Handley Feminine Company VAR32
Tommy Handley Good old General Guinness VAR32
Tommy Handley Have You seen my Chickens? VAR23
Tommy Handley In charge of a Book Stall VAR32
Tommy Handley Is Izzy azzy wazz? VAR32
Tommy Handley It's That Man Again VAR32
Tommy Handley Letís have a basinful of the Briny VAR32
Tommy Handley My wife is on a diet VAR32
Tommy Handley Oh Arthur what have you done to Martha VAR32
Tommy Handley Put it out VAR32
Tommy Handley Put your worries through the mangle VAR32
Tommy Handley Silly Girl VAR32
Tommy Handley Sizzle of the Sausage VAR32
Tommy Handley The Disorderly Room VAR32
Tommy Handley The General and the Private VAR32
Tommy Handley Up in Archieís Aeroplane VAR32
Tommy Handley We must have another little one VAR32
Tommy Handley Why is the bacon so tough? VAR32
Tommy Handley Wireless Oscillations and Aggravations VAR32
Tommy Handley without moving your lips? VAR32
Tommy Steele Rock with the Caveman (Excerpt) VAR55
Tommy Trinder Champagne Charlie VAR26
Tommy Trinder Live at The Embassy Theatre VAR14
Tommy Trinder The Man on the Flying Trapeze VAR26
Tower Elite Orchestra Forget Me Not TOP4
Troise & Banjoliers Music Hall Memories VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Argentina VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Beside My Caravan VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Black Eyes VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers El Relicario VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Goodnight Vienna VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Hungarian Dance No5 VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers In the Hills of Colorado VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers La Paloma VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Madonna Mine VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Maruschka VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Medley of Classical Tunes VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Nights of Gladness Waltz VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Play to Me, Gypsy VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Raymond VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Sorrento by the Sea VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Spanish Gypsy Dance VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Speak to Me of Love VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Standchen Serenade VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers The Song of the Rose VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Waltz Memories VAR91
Troise & Mandoliers Zampa VAR91
Unity Moore But are We Downhearted? No! TOP2
Unity Moore The Goose Step TOP2
Unknown The Last Post TOP2
Venetian Trio Berceuse de Jocelyn TOP4
Vera Lynn Auf Weidersehn Sweetheart (Excerpt) VAR55
Vera Lynn Let the great big World keep on turning VAR14
Vess L Osman (Banjo) The Soldiers in the Park TOP5
Vesta Tilley Algy (The Piccadilly Johnny with the Little Glass Eye) CDR70
Vesta Tilley Algy, the Piccadilly Johnnie CDR53
Vesta Tilley Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny CDR32
Vesta Tilley Aunt Matilda CDR70
Vesta Tilley Following a Fellow with a Face like Me CDR58
Vesta Tilley Following a Fellow with a Face like Me CDR70
Vesta Tilley Following in Fatherís Footsteps CDR37
Vesta Tilley Following in Fatherís Footsteps CDR70
Vesta Tilley Give It to Father CDR58
Vesta Tilley Give It to Father CDR70
Vesta Tilley Iíll show You around Paree CDR70
Vesta Tilley Iím a Bachelor CDR70
Vesta Tilley Iím a Batchelor CDR32
Vesta Tilley Iím a bit of a Blighty One CDR70
Vesta Tilley Iím the Idol of the Girls CDR58
Vesta Tilley Iím the Idol of the Girls CDR70
Vesta Tilley Introduce Me to the Lady CDR70
Vesta Tilley Itís part of a Policemanís Duty CDR37
Vesta Tilley Itís part of a Policemanís Duty CDR70
Vesta Tilley It's a Fine Time for a Soldier CDR70
Vesta Tilley Jolly Good Luck to the Girl Who loves a Soldier CDR70
Vesta Tilley Letís make a Night of it Tonight CDR70
Vesta Tilley Monty from Monte Carlo CDR70
Vesta Tilley Oh! Let the Stormy Winds Blow CDR32
Vesta Tilley Oh! Let the Stormy Winds Blow CDR70
Vesta Tilley One of the Midnight Sons CDR70
Vesta Tilley Royal Artillery CDR32
Vesta Tilley Royal Artillery CDR70
Vesta Tilley Sidneyís in Civvies again CDR70
Vesta Tilley The Army of Today's Alright CDR70
Vesta Tilley The Maidenís Sea Trip CDR58
Vesta Tilley There's a Good Time Coming for the Ladies CDR70
Vesta Tilley What a Nut ! CDR70
Vesta Tilley What would the Seaside be without the Ladies CDR70
Vesta Tilley When a Fellowís in Love CDR58
Vesta Tilley When the Right Girl comes along CDR58
Vesta Tilley When the Right Girl comes along CDR70
Vesta Tilley Where are the Girls of the Old Brigade CDR70
Vesta Tilley Jolly Good Luck to the Girl CDR53
Vesta Victoria Arcadee CDR32
Vesta Victoria Arcadee CDR69
Vesta Victoria Billy Green CDR58
Vesta Victoria Billy Green CDR69
Vesta Victoria Carlo CDR58
Vesta Victoria Carlo CDR69
Vesta Victoria Daddy wouldnít buy me a bow-wow CDR14
Vesta Victoria Don't sing the Chorus CDR69
Vesta Victoria Father, Mother and an Apple CDR69
Vesta Victoria Father, Mother and the Apple CDR58
Vesta Victoria He calls me his own Grace Darling CDR14
Vesta Victoria He calls Me his Own Grace Darling CDR58
Vesta Victoria He calls Me his Own Grace Darling CDR69
Vesta Victoria His Lordship - My Old Man CDR58
Vesta Victoria His Lordship - My Old Man CDR69
Vesta Victoria It ainít all Honey and it ainít all Jam CDR69
Vesta Victoria It didnít take long to come off CDR37
Vesta Victoria It didnít take long to come off CDR69
Vesta Victoria Itís alright in the Summertime CDR14
Vesta Victoria Itís alright in the Summertime CDR69
Vesta Victoria Itís easy to be a Lady CDR32
Vesta Victoria Itís easy to be a Lady CDR69
Vesta Victoria I've told his Missus all about Him CDR69
Vesta Victoria Look what Percyís picked up in the Park CDR32
Vesta Victoria Look what Percyís picked up in the Park CDR69
Vesta Victoria Man, Man, Man CDR58
Vesta Victoria Man, Man, Man CDR69
Vesta Victoria Mary Ann, Come in CDR58
Vesta Victoria Mary Ann, Come in CDR69
Vesta Victoria Now I have to call him Father CDR14
Vesta Victoria Now I have to call him Father CDR69
Vesta Victoria Old Time Medley CDR69
Vesta Victoria On a Motor Car CDR69
Vesta Victoria Poor John CDR14
Vesta Victoria Poor John CDR58
Vesta Victoria Poor John CDR69
Vesta Victoria Poor Old Adam CDR69
Vesta Victoria Summer Blouses CDR69
Vesta Victoria The Gramophone Song CDR32
Vesta Victoria The Gramophone Song CDR69
Vesta Victoria The next Horse I ride on CDR69
Vesta Victoria The Turkey Girl CDR58
Vesta Victoria The Turkey Girl CDR69
Vesta Victoria Waiting at the Church CDR14
Vesta Victoria Waiting at the Church CDR69
Vesta Victoria Whatís good enough for Father CDR58
Vesta Victoria Whatís good enough for Father CDR69
Victor Minstrels An Evening with The Minstrels No1 CDR35
Victor Minstrels An Evening with The Minstrels No2 CDR35
Victor Minstrels An Evening with The Minstrels No3 CDR35
Victor Minstrels An Evening with The Minstrels No4 CDR35
Victoria Monks Ainít yer gwine say How-Do CDR36
Victoria Monks Ain't I no use Mr Jackson CDR36
Victoria Monks Call round any old time CDR36
Victoria Monks Come along Little Girl CDR36
Victoria Monks Donít tell your pals your troubles CDR36
Victoria Monks Enjoy Yourself CDR58
Victoria Monks Give my regards to Leicester Square CDR36
Victoria Monks Hullo! Miss London CDR36
Victoria Monks I do feel so Lonely CDR58
Victoria Monks I wish I had a Pal like You CDR36
Victoria Monks I wish I had a Pal like You CDR37
Victoria Monks Iím leaving home CDR36
Victoria Monks If you want to have a row CDR36
Victoria Monks Judgement Day CDR36
Victoria Monks Love Song CDR36
Victoria Monks My Little Eva CDR36
Victoria Monks Open the door CDR36
Victoria Monks Pompeii CDR36
Victoria Monks Say Hello, Old Man CDR36
Victoria Monks Sweet Saturday Night CDR36
Victoria Monks Take me back to London Town CDR36
Victoria Monks Thereís a Girl inside CDR61
Victoria Monks Vickey Glide CDR36
Victoria Monks You might shake hands CDR36
Viennese Gypsy Orch Under the Blue Danube TOP4
Violet Loraine A Dollar Princess CDR64
Violet Loraine All Clear out of the Park CDR64
Violet Loraine Another Little Drink wouldn't do us any harm CDR64
Violet Loraine Come again through Loverís Lane CDR64
Violet Loraine Dear Old Saturday Night CDR64
Violet Loraine From here to Shanghai CDR64
Violet Loraine Here comes Tootsie CDR64
Violet Loraine If You were the Only Girl in the World CDR64
Violet Loraine Let the Great Big World keep turning CDR64
Violet Loraine No more Stopping out Late CDR64
Violet Loraine Oh by Jingo, Oh by Gee CDR64
Violet Loraine Oh! The Woman in Room 13 CDR64
Violet Loraine Some Day Iíll make you love me CDR64
Violet Loraine The Gypsy warned me CDR64
Violet Loraine The Harem Skirt CDR64
Violet Loraine The Kipling Walk CDR64
Violet Loraine Three Cheers for Little Belgium CDR64
Violet Loraine Violet Loraine Medley CDR64
Violet Loraine Weíve been married just One Year CDR64
Violet Loraine What a little Moonlight can do CDR64
Violet Loraine When Millie tied her Shoe up in The Strand CDR64
Violet Loraine You'd be surprised CDR53
Vivian Foster The Parson addresses his Flock VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson and Tales of Laughman VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson and the Charleston VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson and the Christmas Party CDR20
Vivian Foster The Parson and the Christmas Party VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson and the Collection VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson and the Sewing Party VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson in Defence of Parsons VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson pleads for Happiness VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parson talks about Marriage VAR9
Vivian Foster The Parsonís Christmas Address CDR20
Vivian Foster The Parsonís Christmas Address VAR9
W H Squire Simple Aveu TOP4
Walter Jeffries Thereís a Long Long Trail TOP2
Walter Miller Isnít that just like a Man CDR61
Wee Georgie Wood The Black Hand Gang VAR12
Weist_Hill Trio Ave Maria TOP4
Weist-Hill Trio Largo TOP4
Whit Cunliffe Advertise CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Follow me, girls CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Follow the Baldheads CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Have a Bit on the Lady CDR37
Whit Cunliffe He's Alright CDR21
Whit Cunliffe I had a divil of a time last night CDR21
Whit Cunliffe I shouldnít be here tonight CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Iím on my honeymoon CDR21
Whit Cunliffe In the dear old town that I was born in CDR21
Whit Cunliffe In these hard times CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Itís the tailor makes the man CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Knocking at Every Door CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Letís have free trade amongst the girls CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Let's go round to Mr. Riley's CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Mister Cupid CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Thatís what they all say CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Thereís something in the seaside air CDR21
Whit Cunliffe They can do without us CDR21
Whit Cunliffe They won't let me sing about the girls CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Tight skirts have got to go CDR21
Whit Cunliffe Up She goes CDR21
Whit Cunliffe We are not out much CDR21
Whit Cunliffe You canít judge a woman by her clothes CDR21
Whit Cunliffe You must have a night out now and then CDR21
Wilkie Bard All change for Llanfairfechan CDR13
Wilkie Bard All Day and Martin CDR13
Wilkie Bard Chrysanthemums CDR14
Wilkie Bard Come up in my balloon CDR13
Wilkie Bard Donít play In the Shadows CDR14
Wilkie Bard Don't play In the Shadows CDR13
Wilkie Bard Doorkeeper at Frightleys CDR13
Wilkie Bard Has Anyone been asking for Me? CDR61
Wilkie Bard I can say ďTruly RuralĒ CDR13
Wilkie Bard I canít reach that top note CDR14
Wilkie Bard I really canít reach that top note CDR13
Wilkie Bard I want to sing in Opera CDR14
Wilkie Bard I want to sing in Opera CDR13
Wilkie Bard I've struck a chorus CDR13
Wilkie Bard Let me sing CDR14
Wilkie Bard Let me sing CDR13
Wilkie Bard My little deitcher girl CDR14
Wilkie Bard My little deitcher girl CDR13
Wilkie Bard O,O, Capital O CDR14
Wilkie Bard Put me on an Island TOP7
Wilkie Bard Put me upon an island CDR13
Wilkie Bard Robert go to Dinner CDR13
Wilkie Bard Sea Shells CDR13
Wilkie Bard See me dance the Minuet CDR13
Wilkie Bard She cost me seven and sixpence CDR14
Wilkie Bard She sells sea shells CDR14
Wilkie Bard The Bathing Machine Attendant CDR13
Wilkie Bard The Cleaner CDR13
Wilkie Bard The Night Watchman CDR53
Wilkie Bard The Policeman (Iím there if Iím wanted) CDR13
Wilkie Bard The Wriggly Rag CDR13
Wilkie Bard Truly Rural CDR14
Wilkie Bard Valse, Valse, Valse CDR13
Wilkie Bard Waiting here for Kate CDR14
Wilkie Bard When the bugle calls CDR14
Wilkie Bard When the bugle calls CDR13
Wilkie Bard Will you sing this glee with me CDR13
Wilkie Bard You, You, You CDR13
Wilkie Bard You've got to sing in Ragtime CDR53
Will Evans ĎArnessing An ĎOrse CDR43
Will Evans A Knight in Armour CDR43
Will Evans All about Jim CDR43
Will Evans Building a Chicken House CDR43
Will Evans Burlesque speech on "Fiscal Policy" CDR43
Will Evans Down at the Garden Gate CDR43
Will Evans How are You getting on? CDR43
Will Evans Keeping Bees CDR43
Will Evans Mrs. Morganís Cure CDR43
Will Evans On the Doorstep CDR43
Will Evans Pantomime CDR20
Will Evans Police Court Justice CDR43
Will Evans The Beauty Doctor CDR43
Will Evans The Breach of Promise Case CDR43
Will Evans The Butcher CDR43
Will Evans The Derby Winner CDR43
Will Evans The Girl Who lost her Memory CDR43
Will Evans The Invasion of 1910 CDR43
Will Evans The Letter CDR43
Will Evans The Mermaidís Lament CDR43
Will Evans The Novelette CDR43
Will Evans The Showman CDR43
Will Evans The Suffragette CDR43
Will Evans The Suffragette TOP7
Will Evans Tin Tacks CDR43
Will Evans Yachting CDR43
Will Evans You do belong to me donít you? CDR43
Will Fyffe Ahím feared for Mrs. McKie VAR7
Will Fyffe Corporal McDougall VAR7
Will Fyffe Daft Sandy VAR7
Will Fyffe Down in the quarry where the bluebells grow VAR7
Will Fyffe Dr McGregor VAR7
Will Fyffe Heís been on the bottle since a baby VAR7
Will Fyffe I belong to Glasgow VAR7
Will Fyffe Iím 94 today VAR7
Will Fyffe I'm the landlord of the Inn in Aberfoyle VAR7
Will Fyffe McPhersonís Wedding Breakfast VAR7
Will Fyffe New Yearís Day CDR20
Will Fyffe Sailing up the Clyde VAR7
Will Fyffe She was the Belle of the Ball VAR7
Will Fyffe Sheila McKay VAR7
Will Fyffe Skipper of the Mercantile Marine VAR7
Will Fyffe The Centenarian VAR7
Will Fyffe The Gamekeeper VAR7
Will Fyffe The Railway Guard VAR7
Will Fyffe The spirit of a man from Aberdeen VAR7
Will Fyffe The train that's taking you home VAR7
Will Fyffe The waddiní Oí Mary Maclean VAR7
Will Fyffe Twelve and a Tanner a Bottle VAR7
Will Fyffe Uncle Mac VAR7
Will Fyffe Ye can come and see the Baby VAR7
Will Hay Fourth Form at St. Michaelís VAR12
Will Hay The Fourth Form at St. Michaelís (Excerpt) VAR55
William Paull In the Kingís Name stand TOP1
William Paull Sons of the Motherland TOP5
William Paull Thy Sentinel am I TOP1
William Paull Wrap Me up in my Old Stable Jacket TOP5
Wish Wynne A Bedtime Story - Red Riding Hood VAR49
Wish Wynne A Bedtime Story - Sleeping Beauty VAR49
Wish Wynne A Servant Girl VAR49
Wish Wynne An Embankment Impression VAR49
Wish Wynne Another Bedtime Story - Cindírella VAR49
Wish Wynne Bluebeard - A Bedtime Story VAR49
Wish Wynne Cockney Girl at the Cinema VAR49
Wish Wynne Filthy Lucre VAR49
Wish Wynne I Dunno VAR49
Wish Wynne Our District Visitor VAR49
Wish Wynne There's always Something VAR49
Yvette Guilbert Dites Moi si Je suis Belle CDR53
Yvette Guilbert I want yer ma honey CDR22
Yvette Guilbert I will give you the keys of Heaven CDR22
Zigeuner Orchestra Count of Luxembourg Selection TOP4
Zigeuner Orchestra Merry Widow Selection TOP4
Zona Vevey Ding Dong CDR26
Zona Vevey Every Sunday evening CDR26
Zona Vevey Give me a summer's evening CDR26
Zona Vevey I know a cosy nest CDR26
Zona Vevey I recall the days CDR26
Zona Vevey Iím waiting for Mary by the Water wheel CDR26
Zona Vevey Ida from Idaho CDR26
Zona Vevey In my cabin by the lagoon CDR26
Zona Vevey Mary CDR26
Zona Vevey My bonnie Lassie CDR26
Zona Vevey My Shepherd Boy CDR26
Zona Vevey My wedding day tomorrow CDR26
Zona Vevey Nelson CDR26
Zona Vevey Pretty Little Cupid CDR26
Zona Vevey Sandy McAdoo CDR26
Zona Vevey Song birds in the Dell CDR26
Zona Vevey Sun Brown Sue CDR26
Zona Vevey That mountain Melody CDR26
Zona Vevey The Curfew Bell CDR26
Zona Vevey The lads from our village CDR26
Zona Vevey The Little Church across the way CDR26
Zona Vevey The one man band CDR26
Zona Vevey The Piper and the Drummer CDR26
Zona Vevey Wee Macgregor CDR26
Zona Vevey When you're in love with someone CDR26
Zono Minstrels Ding, Dong, Ding CDR35
Zono Minstrels Far Away Ober Dare CDR35
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