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Ambrose And His Orchestra Featuring Sam Browne - Faithfully Yours (1930 to 1932) album

Ambrose And His Orchestra Featuring Sam Browne - Faithfully Yours (1930 to 1932) album Performer: Ambrose And His Orchestra
Title: Faithfully Yours (1930 to 1932)
Style: Big Band
Date of release: 1982
Size MP3: 1282 mb
Size FLAC: 1446 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: WMA MP2 RA MIDI ASF ADX AHX

Sam Browne (1899, London, England – 1972) was an English dance band singer who became one of the most popular British dance band vocalists of the 1930s. He is particularly remembered singing with Jack Hylton and with Ambrose & His Orchestra, at the Mayfair Hotel and Embassy Club, with whom he made many recordings from 1930 to 1942, and for his duets and variety performances with the singer Elsie Carlisle  . Ambrose And His Orchestra Featuring Sam Browne - Faithfully Yours (1930 to 1932) ‎(LP, Comp, Mono).

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Ambrose and his Orchestra at the May Fair Hotel, London; vocal: Sam Browne - recorded in Chelsea, London, on 18 February 1930 - Session personnel as above. I’m In the Market for You (m. James F. Hanley, w. Joseph McCarthy) was featured in the film High Society Blues (1930) where it was sung by Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. Ambrose and his Orchestra at the May Fair Hotel, London; vocal: Sam Browne - recorded at Small Queen’s Hall, London on 24 April 1930; issued in June 1930 on (UK) His Master’s Voice B 5824, as the B-side of Just Like in a Story Book. Session personnel as above. What about that blonde of yours? Fanny something or othe. hat’s her name. I always see you with your Fann. on’t I?

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Please
Written-By – Robin*, Rainger*
2:56
A2 I'm Just Wearing Out My Heart For You
Written-By – Keyes*, Layton*
3:00
A3 I Found You
Written-By – Ray Noble
3:19
A4 Have A Little Faith In Me
Written By – Lewis*Written-By – Warren*, Young*
2:41
A5 If They Ever Had An Income Tax On Love
Written-By – Monaco*, Washington*
2:52
A6 Till Tomorrrow
Written By – Connelly*Written-By – Campbell*, Malneck*
3:21
A7 Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight
Written-By – Lewis*, Sherman*
2:39
A8 For You, Just You, My Baby
Written-By – Eddy Rubens, Franz Grothe, Fritz Rotter, Reginald Connelly
2:41
A9 Laughing In The Rain
Written By – Gilbert - Gay
3:15
A10 Little Girl
Written-By – Henry*, Hyde*
2:34
B1 Just Like In A Story Book
Written-By – Jas. F. Hanley*
2:55
B2 Loving You The Way I Do
Written-By – Blake*, Scholl*, Morrissey*
3:06
B3 Humming To Myself
Written-By – Fain*
3:08
B4 Kiss By Kiss
Written By – Rose*Written-By – Meskill*, Klages*
3:14
B5 Love, You Funny Thing
Written-By – Ahlert*, Turk*
3:19
B6 I'm In The Market For You
Written-By – Jas. F. Hanley*
2:47
B7 What Good Am I Without You
Written-By – Milton Ager
3:16
B8 One Little Raindrop
Written-By – Richman*, Meskill*, Schwartz*
3:00
B9 Here Lies Love
Written-By – Robin*, Rainger*
2:49
B10 Faithfully Yours
Written By – Brockman - Lyman - Snyder
3:09

Credits

  • Design – Shadow Creative Design
  • Orchestra – Ambrose & His Orchestra (tracks: Ambrose And His Orchestra)
  • Reissue Producer – Richard Warner
  • Sleeve Notes – Harry Bridges
  • Transferred By – John Wadley
  • Vocals – Sam Browne, The Carlyle Cousins (tracks: A5)

Notes

Original title (not supplied on release):
A8 Für Dich, für Dich, mein Baby

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 1): SVL 159A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 2): SVL 159B