|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Always (I'll Be Loving You)||2||Audio||1926||Columbia|
|2||Wana / Russian Rose||2||Audio||1923||Columbia|
|3||I Never See Maggie Alone / Am I Wasting My Time On You||2||Audio||1926||Columbia|
|4||I´m A Little Blackbird Looking For A Bluebird||2||Audio||1926||His Master's Voice|
|5||Comin' Thro' The Cornfields / Every Step Towards Killarney||2||Audio|
|6||Love's Lottery / San Francisco||2||Audio||1925-05-00||His Master's Voice|
|7||Masculine Woman & Feminine Men / Picador||2||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|8||Everybody Stomp / One Stolen Kiss||2||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|9||Ida I Do / I Would Like To Know Why||2||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|10||Oh! How I Love My Darling / Me Neenjah||2||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|11||Swanee Smiles / Three O'Clock In The Morning||2||Audio||Columbia|
|12||The Savoy Bands||32||Audio||World Record Club|
|13||Always||2||Audio||His Master's Voice|
The "Savoy Havana Band" was an augmentation, created by American saxophonist Bert Ralton, of the "Savoy Quartet".
The band was developed by Ralton in 1921, hired by the management of London's Savoy Hotel to catch the popular mood of the ever-growing dance band movement that would exist between the two world wars. The Savoy Hotel is in The Strand, London, UK.
The band performed between 1921 and 1927 and became a 'moveable feast' of musicians between the hotel's resident bands, the [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/496719-Savoy-Orpheans-The]"Savoy Orpheans"[/url] and [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/1597621-Sylvians-The]"The Sylvians"[/url], by 1927.