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Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra Volume 5 Faint Harmony

Henry Hall Audio CD
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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Vocalion Ltd
  • ASIN: B00GN9NOO6
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 257,950 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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We Belong Together T4M I've Told Ev'ry Little Star T4M Standing on the Corner LA A Boy and Girl Were Dancing LA Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? LA On a Steamer Coming Over LA PR Roaming BF CA That's Another Scottish Story BF CA BFS CAS HHS Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? LA + 2 Did My Heart Beat, Did I Fall in Love? LA Unless LA Faint Harmony LA Masquerading in the Name of Love LA Sad is the Willow AW Hand in Hand LA Somebody Wants to Go to Sleep LA Madame, Will You Walk? LA Lullaby in Blue (concert version) LA Love, Life and Laughter LA Riding on the Clouds LB Love in Bloom LA With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming LA Little Church around the Corner DD + 2 I Bought Myself a Bottle of Ink LB Dust on the Moon Somewhere in the Blue Ridge Mountains DD + 2 Recorded between 1933-34 Vocalists: T4M The Four Musketeers; LA Les Allen; PR Phyllis Robins; BF Bud Flanagan; CA Chesney Allen; AW Anona Winn; LB Len Bermon; DD Dan Donovan Speakers: BFS Bud Flanagan; CAS Chesney Allen; HHS Henry Hall

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5.0 out of 5 stars HENRY HALL IN BLOOM 29 Nov 2013
By Barry McCanna TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
This compilation commences just under a year after Henry Hall had become director of the BBC Dance Orchestra, and demonstrates what a polished outfit it became under his leadership. One reason, I suspect, was the number of first-class arrangers he employed, including Bert Barnes, Arthur Lally, Ronnie Munro, Sid Phillips, Van Phillips and Peter Yorke. The result was a clear, transparent sound which lends itself to prolonged listening. Most of the vocals are taken by Les Allen, one a duet with Phyllis Robins; there's one vocal by Anona Winn, and drummer Len Bermon takes a couple, as does saxophonist Dan Donovan. Bud Flanagan & Chesney Allen put in an appearance, first a sentimental ballad, then a comedy routine. Overall it's a generous helping of delights.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Chuffed to bits! 26 Nov 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This CD, together with vols. two and three, shows Henry Hall's Beeb Band in a most positive light (the later, bigger, band was, rhythmically speaking, rather blander than the 1932-1934 edition). Arrangements are pleasantly unsentimental, with plenty of pep, variety and excitement. The forward momentum when the rhythm secion plays four to the bar is terrific, so where Sid Colin's unkind comment in his book on the dance bands (Henry having had his musical tuition in the Salvation Army and the orchestra sounding the part) hails from I don't know. The programme consists of a number of well-known tunes, with the majority being relatively obscure, so the CD also offers the pleasure of discovery. After the relative disappointment of Vocalion's latest Paul Whiteman CD (which duplicated too many titles already available, mainly on HEP), and yet another Roy Fox CD from 1932 (which I didn't even bother to order), this platter restored my confidence in Vocalion, compliments of Henry Hall.
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