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Dance band recordings by The Barnstormers
British dance band music recordings held on 78 RPM shellac and vinyl records. These records are part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
  • BDB/B2/11

    The Buggy Song by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS The Buggy Song, vocalist: FD
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/12

    The Buggy Song by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS The Buggy Song, vocalist: FD
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/13

    The Three of Us by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS The Three of Us, vocalist: HB
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/14

    The Three of Us by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS The Three of Us, vocalist: HB
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/15

    This Town's Too Quiet by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS This Town's Too Quiet, vocalist: (EBW)
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/16

    This Town's Too Quiet by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS This Town's Too Quiet, vocalist: (EBW)
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/17

    You're Gonna Lose Your Gal by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS You're Gonna Lose Your Gal, vocalist: HB
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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  • BDB/B2/18

    You're Gonna Lose Your Gal by The Barnstormers, led by Ben Oakley Item

    nd (1910s-1940s)
    BARNSTORMERS You're Gonna Lose Your Gal, vocalist: HB
    British dance band music recording held on a 78 RPM shellac record. This recording has been digitised to current archival standards and access to the audio recording is provided via the digital copy. This record is part of the Charles Hippisley-Cox British Dance Band Collection that comprises c10,000 records of British dance band music.
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