Al Bowlly

Albert Allick Bowlly

Also known as Al Bowley, Al Bowly
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Bowlly

Discography of Al Bowlly:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Al Bowlly Sings Again 15 Audio 1964 Ace Of Clubs
2 The Essential Collection 52 Audio 2007 Avid Entertainment
3 Al Bowlly With Lew Stone And His Band 14 Audio 1964 Ace Of Clubs
4 Al Bowlly Sings Again 15 Audio 1964 Ace Of Clubs
5 The Dance Band Years 52 Audio 1997-10-13 Castle Music
6 The Radio Years 17 Audio London Records
7 If I Had A Million Dollars / Be Still My Heart! 2 Audio Decca
8 The One And Only Al 18 Audio 1980 Decca
9 Al Bowlly With Ray Noble 1931 To 1934 16 Audio 1986 BBC Records
10 Ambassador Of Song 30 Audio 2009 Delta Leisure Group
11 The Al Bowlly Collection 25 Audio 2000 HMV Easy
12 20 Track Collection 20 Audio Tring International PLC
13 The Radio Years 17 Audio 1974 London Records
14 Ray Noble Al Bowlly Volume 3 16 Audio Monmouth Evergreen
15 The Big Swoon Of The Thirties 12 Audio Music For Pleasure
16 The Echo Of A Song 20 Audio 1977 Halcyon Records (3)
17 They Called Me Al 14 Audio Decca
18 The Ambassador Of Song 15 Audio Ace Of Clubs
19 Time On My Hands 40 Audio 1987 Saville Records
20 Al Bowlly And Phyllis Robin 16 Audio 1978 World Records Limited
21 A Million Dreams (Solos 1932 to 1933) 20 Audio Saville Records
22 This Is Romance 52 Audio 2008 Sounds Of Yester Year


Albert Allick "Al" Bowlly (b. 7 January 1899 in Mozambique – d. 17 April 1941) was a popular British Jazz singer and crooner in the United Kingdom during the 1930s, making more than 1,000 recordings between 1927 and 1941. He was killed by the explosion of a parachute mine outside his flat in Jermyn Street, London during the Blitz.


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