|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Raggin' The Rags||12||Audio||President Records|
|2||Bugle Call Rag||18||Audio||1982||Decca|
|3||Shoot That Tiger||23||Audio||1997||Vocalion|
|4||Kitten On The Keys; Russian Rag||2||Audio||Parlophone|
|5||The World Of Harry Roy||12||Audio||1971||Decca|
|6||Raggin' The Rags||12||Audio||Joy Records (3)|
|7||Miss Johnson 'Phoned Again Today There Goes That Song Again||2||Audio||Regal Zonophone|
|8||You Started Something / Sand In My Shoes||2||Audio||Regal Zonophone|
|9||Bands On Film||15||Audio||1975||World Records Limited|
|10||Steppin' Out At Midnight||4||Audio||London Records|
Harry Roy (January 12, 1900, Stamford Hill, London – February 1, 1971, London) was a British dance band leader and clarinetist from the 1920s until the 1960s.
In 1931 he wrote and sang "My Girl's Pussy". It has been the subject of many covers and remakes along with being featured in Hollywood films, radio programs and blogs.