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: Gramophone Records

4.0 THE STATION ORCHESTRA

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR :

Some Folk Songs of the Midlands :
Sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
Story, ' Swopp's Terrier ' (Mabel Marlowe )

Contributors

Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Mabel Marlowe

: Herman Darewski's Dance Band

' CLASSIC MUSIC IN DANCING ATTIRE '
Four Rhythmic Paraphrases :
Relayed from the Winter Gardens Ballroom,
Blackpool

: ' On With The Show of 1928'

The Concert Party Entertainment
Produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Relayed from the North Pier, Blackpool
NORMAN LONG (Entertainer)
FRED WALMSLEY (Comedian)
WALTER WILLIAMS (Light Comedian)
TREVOR WATKINS (Tenor)
ETHEL STEWART (Musical Comedy Star)
BETTY BLACKBURN (Soprano)
JAN RALFINI 'S BAND THE EIGHT FIREFLIES, (Singers and Dancers) THE TWELVE LITTLE PANSIES (Singers and Dancers)

Contributors

Produced By: Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown: Norman Long
Unknown: Fred Walmsley
Unknown: Walter Williams
Tenor: Trevor Watkins
Tenor: Ethel Stewart
Soprano: Betty Blackburn
Soprano: Jan Ralfini








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