AL BOWLLY ON RECORD A YEAR-BY YEAR DIARY – Ray Pallett (1975)

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  1. Yes, I noticed that in some of Al’s earliest recordings he got the whole song to sing rather than a verse or two which he got in the 30s dance band songs as the “vocal refrain.”

    I agree that “Blue Moon” is a great recording. His voice and delivery is gorgeous! The best version I’ve heard of this song.

    However I think “You Opened My Eyes” beats it for vocal mastery.

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Interwar London

Popular Culture in 1920s and 1930s Britain

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Wistful Nostalgia.

Vintage blogger. Al Bowlly admirer. 1930s enthusiast. Fiction writer and artist.

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