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The 7" Victory record, launched in the Autumn of 1928, was a product of the Crystalate Gramophone Company. It was not their first 7" record; for some years they had been making "Imperial Junior" and "Aerona" records but these had only been available in Australia. In 1925, when "Kiddyphone" first appeared, that too was a 7" record, before it's reduction to 6".

Victory Records were sold for 6d in Woolworth's Stores and they were a direct replacement for the 6" Mimosa record, also a Crystalate product. Victory obviously offered better value for money, but still retained the need for a non-copyright side on each record to save costs. Generally the couplings were different types of music; most of the dance-band Victories have a non-dance coupling, though, towards the end of it's life, Victory was offering double-sided dance records, with the one side being of a tune for which the copyright was owned by Crystalate and hence they didn't need to pay the fee on that side.

The catalogue ran from (sensibly) 1 up to about 324 (the highest so far seen) which appeared in March 1931. The recording quality was quite good - all new recordings were electric, but some earlier acoustic masters from the "Imperial Junior" days were re-used on Victory. The only problem was the usual one where the groove gets too close to the centre of the disc - loss of fidelity, coupled with a tendency to wear.

Matrices were nearly all English and in a DC- series which had started in 1924 with the Kiddyphones & Imperial Juniors mentioned before. There were some American masters, specially recorded for Victory by Banner (Plaza group) in America and carrying an A- series matrix (starting at 1). There were also a couple of dubbings from QRS, speeded up to be able to fit the 10" master onto the 7" disc. (The matrix prefix wasn't always shown on the label.)

The dance band recordings were mainly by genuine bands (as opposed to studio bands) such as Jay Whidden's Music Masters, Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Hotel Band, Pete Mandell's Rhythm Masters and an isolated side by Sid Phillips' Melodians. A number of issues labelled "Victory Dance Orchestra" were usually studio bands directed either by Stan Greening or, later on, Jay Wilbur, though the Victory Dance Orchestra name also covered items by Jay Whidden's band and Simon Wurm's band. Many of the orchestral sides were by George Cathie's band. Vocal items were by artists also recording for Imperial such as Cavan O'Connor, Jack Plant, Fred Douglas, Albert Whelan & Leslie Sarony, the latter two often under their own names. 

Label designs:
There were three basic different designs. I would be interested in more accurate information of the highest numbers for the first 2 designs...

1. This looks strangely empty as the famous HMS Victory logo is missing, perhaps because of patent problems. Highest reported is No 20. This was soon replaced by...

2. Probably the best design - the ship in its rightful place and the record label name in a smart banner beneath. Highest I have is number 34.

3. A simplified version of "2", the banner removed, probably to cut costs. After all, when you are charging 6d for a record, every half-farthing counts!

There are a couple of other minor design differences shown here. The "type 3" design but with a pale blue label was only used on three issues (nos. 209, 210 & 211) and the tunes were from a film called "The Girl From Woolworth's". The colours are (I believe) Woolworth's official company colours. The lavender with black printing version was for a series of nursery rhyme issues which had catalogue "numbers" starting at A and running alphabetically up to U (highest so far found). Note the two designs; thanks to Grahame Meachen for the scan of the first "nursery" design. Finally, an example of a "Victory Record For The Kiddies", by kind permission of Graham Farnell.

Sleeves: The first four are the only designs I recall seeing and I have placed them in the sequence I believe they were used. I don't know how they correspond to the variations in label design. The red sleeve image is by coutesy of Gary Smedley; the first children's sleeve is from Robert Girling and the image of the Victory album kindly sent to me by Barry McCanna.

Label listing: An almost complete listing of this label was published by the late Arthur Badrock in "Gunn Report" some years ago; Arthur passed all his information onto me before he passed away in 2009, I have now put this information  in a table form below.

The following are those about which I still need details:

Nos. 6, 7, 8, 71, 75, 115, 119, 156 and any higher than 324. 
Nursery series: Any above V.
Also the matrix details to be confirmed for V.
Victory Record For The Kiddies: Information on any apart from 102, 104 & 127


Type 1

Type 2

Type 3

Woolworth's edition



Nursery


Victory Record
for the Kiddies








A selection of sleeves of different designs

Record album




This listing is the work of the late Arthur Badrock and he was planning to publish this at the time of his untimely passing in 2009. There are still a few gaps, even so (see bottom of panel above), and it may be that these particular Victory records were never issued, for some reason.

If you have anything you can add, then do email me, as usual
Thanks to the following for extra information:
Graham Farnell, Keith Hubbard, Mike Langridge, Grahame Meachen, Richard Prout

Page last updated: October 27, 2017

Cat. No. Master No. Title Artists Rec. Date
1 DC-450-3
DC-487
Ramona (waltz)
Hungarian Dance No. 1 (Brahms)
"The Music Masters" (directed by Jay Whidden)
The Victory Trio (violin, Zimbola & harp)
August 21, 1928
August 28, 1928
2 DC-439
DC-453-2
Paprika
Bluebird, Sing Me A Song
Victory Dance Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
"The Music Masters" (directed by Jay Whidden)
August 17, 1928
August 21, 1928
3 DC-452
DC-486
In The Woodshed, She Said She Would
Kuywiak
"The Music Masters" (directed by Jay Whidden)
The Victory Trio (violin, Zimbola & harp)
August 21, 1928
August 28, 1928
4 DC-449
DC-457
A Room With A View
Take Her The Longest Way Round
"The Music Masters" (directed by Jay Whidden)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch.)
August 21, 1928
August 22, 1928
5 DC-443
DC-455
Together (waltz)
Nursery Rhymes Medley
Sid Phillips & his Melodians (from "The Cafe De Paris")
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch.)
August 20, 1928
August 22, 1928
6        
7        
8        
9 DC-427
DC-472
A Little Town Called Home, Sweet Home
Irish Medley, No. 1
Talbot O'Farrell
Victory Military Band (= H.M. Irish Guards Band)
August 15, 1928
August 23, 1928
10 DC-433
DC-468
C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E
English Medley, No. 1
Victor Payne (= Leslie Sarony)
Victory Military Band (= H.M. Irish Guards Band)
August 16, 1928
August 23, 1928
11 DC-426-2
DC-500
Forty-Seven Ginger-Headed Sailors
Soldiers' Chorus (Gounod)
Victor Payne (= Leslie Sarony)
George's Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
July 18, 1928
August 29, 1928
12 DC-434
DC-476
I Want To Be Alone With Mary Brown
The Old Rustic Bridge By The Mill
Victor Payne (= Leslie Sarony)
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
August 16, 1928
August 24, 1928
13 DC-431
DC-477
Bluebird Sing Me A Song
Home Sweet Home
Peter Coleman (= Cavan O'Connor)
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
August 16, 1928
August 24, 1928
14 DC-432
DC-480
Since I Met Mary Jane
The Bell Ringer
Peter Coleman (= Cavan O'Connor)
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
August 16, 1928
August 24, 1928
15 DC-448
DC-478
A Heaven For Two
Will O' The Wisp
John Marshall (= Harry Shalson, with piano accmp)
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
August 21, 1928
August 24, 1928
16 DC-497-1-2
DC-498-1-2
Ol' Man River
Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground
Donald Lewis, with chorus (= Tom Kinniburgh) August 29, 1928
17 DC-441
DC-482
Leanin'
War March Of The Priests
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
August 18, 1928
August 25, 1928
18 DC-440
DC-479
When The Sergeant Major's On Parade
Yes, Let Me Like A Soldier Fall
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe) August 18, 1928
August 24, 1928
19 DC-494
DC-496-1-2
Holy, Holy, Holy
The Church's One Foundation
The Victory Quintette (with organ accmp) August 29, 1928
20 DC-489
DC-492
Cherry Ripe
In A Monastery Garden
Mr. J. Davies (mustel organ) (= Edward Malkin) August 28, 1928
21 DC-561
DC-562
The First Nowell
Good King Wenceslas
The Cloister Choir (= St Stephen's Choir?) October 16, 1928
22 DC-559
DC-560-2
While Shepherds Watched
Good Christian Men Rejoice
The Cloister Choir (= St Stephen's Choir?) October 16, 1928
23 DC-557
DC-558
O, Come All Ye Faithful
Hark The Herald Angels Sing
The Cloister Choir (= St Stephen's Choir?) October 16, 1928
24 DC-428-2
DC-499
Just A Little Fond Affection
John Brown's Body
Talbot O'Farrell
Donald Lewis (= Tom Kinniburgh & chorus)
Sept. 14, 1928
25 DC-456
DC-552-2-3
Union Jack Medley
Love Lies
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 22, 1928
December 7, 1928
26 DC-485
DC-530-2
La Paloma
Together
The Victory Trio (violin, czimbalum & harp)
John Marshall (= Dick Henderson)
August 28, 1928
Sept. 20, 1928
27 DC-532
DC-550
Auld Lang Syne
The Angelus Was Ringing
Dick Nolan, with chorus (= Tom Kinniburgh)
Dick Nolan (= Cavan O'Connor)
Sept. 20, 1928
October 9, 1928
28 DC-481-1-2
DC-553-2
Lucerne Valse
Down By the Old Front Gate
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 25, 1928
October 12, 1928
29 DC-490-1
DC-529-2
The Song That Reached My Heart
Was It A Dream?
Mr. J Davies (mustel organ) (= Edward Malkin)
Peter Coleman (vocal) (= Dick Henderson)
August 28, 1928
October 6, 1928
30 DC-505-1
DC-556-2
Hungarian Dance No. 1
Toy-Town Artillery
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 31, 1928
October 12, 1928
31 DC-519-1
DC-548-2
Blue Danube Waltz
Pansies
The Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Peter Coleman (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Sept 6, 1928
October 6, 1928
32 DC-507-1
DC-551-1
Dancing Dervish (one-step)
Just A Little Kiss
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 31, 1928
October 12, 1928
33 DC-488-1
DC-523-1
Hungarian Dance No. 2 (Brahms)
My Inspiration Is You
The Victory Trio
John Marshall (vocal) (= Dick Henderson)
August 28, 1928
Sept. 7, 1928
34 DC-531-1
DC-547-1
Amoretten Tanze, waltz
My Inspiration Is You
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
Sept. 20, 1928
October 5, 1928
35 DC-520-1
DC-585-2
Raymond Overture [actually Tannhauser Overture]
Why Is The Bacon So Tough?
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victor Payne (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
Sept. 6, 1928
Nov. 30, 1928
35 DC-520-2
DC-585-3
Tannhauser Overture
Why Is The Bacon So Tough?
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victor Payne (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
Sept. 6, 1928
December 6, 1928
36 DC-518-1
DC-580-1
Waltz From "Faust"
All By Yourself In The Moonlight
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victor Payne (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
Sept. 6, 1928
Nov. 10, 1928
37 DC-522-1
DC-588-1
Barcarolle (from "Tales Of Hoffman")
Roll Away, Clouds
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Donald Lewis (= Tom Kinniburgh)
Sept. 6, 1928
December 8, 1928
38 DC-521-1
DC-577-2
"The Miserere" from "Il Trovatore"
Jeannine
The Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Sept 6, 1928
Nov. 6, 1928
39 DC-469-1
DC-575-1
English Medley, No. 2
The Magic Violin
Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Dick Nolan (vocal) (= Dick Henderson)
August 23, 1928
Nov. 1, 1928
40 DC-470
DC-574
Welsh Medley, No. 1
Someday, Somewhere, We'll Meet Again
Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Dick Nolan (vocal) (= Dick Henderson)
August 23, 1928
Nov. 1, 1928
41 DC-464-1
DC-587-2
Light Cavalry, Overture
Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life
Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 23, 1928
December 8, 1928
42 DC-525-1
DC-586-2
Crown Diamonds
Minnetonka
George's Orchestra (George Cathie's Band)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Sept. 7, 1928
Dec. 8, 1928
43 DC-459-1
DC-596-2
Hilarity
Jeannine (waltz)
The Salon Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
August 22, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
44 DC-528-2
DC-595-1-2
Polonaise in A (Chopin)
Chloe
George's Orchestra (George Cathie's Band)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
Sept. 14, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
44 DC-528-2
DC-595-3
Polonaise in A (Chopin)
Chloe
George's Orchestra (George Cathie's Band)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
Sept. 14, 1928
January 29, 1929
45 DC-458-1
DC-593-1-2
Tally Ho !
All By Yourself In The Moonlight
The Salon Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
August 22, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
46 DC-456-1
DC-591-1-2
Union Jack Medley
Sonny Boy
The Salon Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch)
Jayson's Dance Orch (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 22, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
47 DC-467-1
DC-590-2
Tancredi, overture
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
Military Band (= Band Of H.M. Irish Guards)
Miss Cann (vocal) (= Olive (Mrs. Percy) Kahn)
August 23, 1928
Dec. 8, 1928
48 DC-483-1
DC-582-2
The Criterion March
In A Persian Market
The Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
The Victory Orchestra, with choir effects
August 23, 1928
Nov. 10, 1928
49 DC-506-1
DC-594-1-2
My Little Caravan
Out Of The Dawn
The Victory Band (George Cathie's Band)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
August 31, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
50 DC-508
DC-581
March Of The Prophet (Meyerbeer)
In A Monastery Garden
The Victory Band (George Cathie's Band)
The Victory Orchestra, with choir effects
August 31, 1928
Nov. 10, 1928
51 DC-507-1
DC-592-1
Dancing Dervish
You're In My Heart
The Victory Band (George Cathie's Band)
Jayson's Dance Orch (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 31, 1928
Dec. 12, 1928
52 DC-475-1-2
DC-597-2
Scotch Medley, No. 2
Laugh And You'll Never Grow Old
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
C. Penrose (= Charles Penrose)
August 23, 1928
Dec. 14, 1928
53 DC-474-1
DC-598-1-2
Scotch Medley, No. 1
The Laughing Policeman
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
C. Penrose (= Charles Penrose)
August 23, 1928
Dec. 14, 1928
54 DC-462-1
DC-599-2
Poet And Peasant, overture part 1
Po-Kee O-Kee Oh!
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Tommy Handley (vocal)
August 23, 1928
Dec. 19, 1928
55 DC-480-1
DC-602-2
The Bell Ringer
My Angel
Dick Nolan (vocal) (= Robert Howe)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 24, 1928
Dec. 20, 1928
56 DC-485-1
DC-603-1-2
La Paloma
Virginia (There's A Blue Ridge Round My Heart)
The Victory Trio
Leslie Sarony (vocal) (with orch accmp)
August 28, 1928
January 8, 1929
57 DC-472-1
DC-604-1-2
Irish Medley, part 1
For Old Time's Sake
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Pat O'Dell (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 28, 1928
January 8, 1929
58 DC-457-1
DC-607-1
Take Her The Longest Way Round
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Orch)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
August 22, 1928
January 12, 1929
59 DC-519-1-2
DC-608-1
Blue Danube, waltz
Virginia (There's A Blue Ridge Round My Heart)
The Victory Orchestra (George Cathie's Band)
Jayson's Dance Orch (= Jay Whidden's Band)
Sept. 6, 1928
January 12, 1929
60 DC-601-1
DC-609-1
Annan Polka
Just Like A Melody Out Of The Sky
The Victory Band (George Cathie's Band)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
Dec. 20, 1928
January 12, 1929
61 DC-600-1
DC-610-1
Galop from "The Grand Duchess"
There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
The Victory Band (George Cathie's Band)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
Dec. 20, 1928
January 12, 1929
62 DC-463-1
DC-617-1-2
Poet And Peasant Overture, part 2
Sonny Boy
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
R. Cliff (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
August 23, 1928
January 23, 1929
63 DC-471-1
DC-612-4
Welsh Medley, part 2
Lay My Head Beneath A Rose
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Pat Hugh (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 23, 1928
March 6, 1929
64 DC-466-1
DC-615-1-2
Raymond Overture, part 2
Chloe
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
The Three Jacks (vocal trio, w/ dance band accmp)
August 23, 1928
January 22, 1929
65 DC-465-1
DC-611-1-2
Raymond Overture, part 1
Misery Farm
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Tommy Handley (vocal, with dance band accmp.)
August 23, 1928
January 22, 1929
66 DC-460-1
DC-616-4
Regimental Marches (KRRC & Rifle Brigade)
I'm Crazy Over You
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Reg. Cliff (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
August 23, 1928
February 7, 1929
67 5-2
7-2
Sonny Boy
Maria Mari
The Sunny Hawaiians (Hawaiian guitars) (= Waikiki Hawaiians; US recordings) November 1928
68 9
11-2
Ramona
O Sole Mio
The Sunny Hawaiians (Hawaiian guitars) (= Waikiki Hawaiians; US recordings) November 1928
69 DC-628-1
DC-640-1-2
Grand March (Tannhauser)
Happy Days And Lonely Nights
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Jayson's Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
February 7, 1929
March 8, 1929
70 DC-439-1
DC-633-2
Paprika
Happy Days And Lonely Nights
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 17, 1928
March 7, 1929
71        
72 DC-476-1
DC-629-1-2
The Old Rustic Bridge By the Mill
Shinaniki-Da
Robin Stone (ballad) (= Robert Howe)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
August 24, 1928
February 22, 1929
73 6
DC-630-2
Forget-Me-Not
My Mammy
The Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec.)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
November 1928
February 22, 1929
74 DC-277
DC-618
Jigs Medley
Should Hallelujah! 'Cause I'm Home
John Roberts (accordion) (= Peter Wyper)
Victor Payne (vocal) )(= Leslie Sarony)
October 11, 1926
January 23, 1929
75        
76 DC-482
DC-624
War March Of The Priests
Just Plain Folk
George's Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
August 25, 1928
February 7, 1929
77 DC-362-1
DC-625
Erin's Pride
God Made That Mother For You
Bell Solo (= Billy Whitlock)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
Match 18, 1927
February 7, 1929
78 DC-499-2
DC-626-1
John Brown's Body
Considerin'
Donald Lewis (vocal) (= Tom Kinniburgh)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
August 29, 1928
February 7, 1929
79 DC-489-1
DC-634-2
Cherry Ripe
A Dicky Bird Told Me So
Mr. J. Davies (mustel organ) (= Edward Malkin)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
August 28, 1928
March 7, 1929
80 DC-481-1
DC-635-2
Lucerne Valse
I AIn't Never Been Kissed
George's Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jack Smithson (vocal w/orch) (= Fred Douglas)
August 25, 1928
March 7, 1929
81 DC-461-1
DC-636-2
Regimental Marches (R.A.S.C.)
I'm Sorry, Sally
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
The Music Masters, directed by Jay Whidden
August 23, 1928
March 8, 1929
82 DC-473-1
DC-637-2
Irish Medley, part 2
Toy Town Admiral
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 23, 1928
March 8, 1929
83 DC-486-1
DC-638-2
Kuywiak, mazurka
A Dicky Bird Told Me So
The Three Pollies (violin, czimbalum & harp)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 28, 1928
March 8, 1929
84 DC-468-1
DC-639-2
English Medley
Ninette, waltz
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 23, 1928
March 8, 1929
85 DC-478-1
DC-641-2
Will O' The Wisp
I'm Crazy Over You
Robin Stone (= Robert Howe)
The Music Master (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 24, 1928
March 8, 1929
86 DC-505-1
DC-642-2
Hungarian Dances, No. 1
If I Had You
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Jayson's Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
August 31, 1928
March 8, 1929
87 DC-275-1
DC-643-2
Scotch Reels
I Ain't Never Been Kissed
John Roberts (accordion) (= Peter Wyper)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
October 11, 1926
March 8, 1929
88 3
12
There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
Aloha Oe
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, U.S. rec.) November 1928
89 2-2
6-1-2
Jeannine (I Dream Of Lilac Time)
Forget Me Not
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, U.S. rec.) November 1928
90 DC-467-1
DC-652-1
Tancredi, overture
I Lift Up My Finger And Say "Tweet, Tweet"
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Victor Payne (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
August 23, 1928
March 25, 1929
91 DC-466-1
DC-651-1
Raymond, overture, part 2
It Goes Like This
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
August 23, 1928
March 25, 1929
92 DC-656-1
DC-657-1
I Want To Go To Idaho
Finale, "1812" Overture
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
(George) Cathie's Band
April 16, 1929
93 DC-648
DC-655-2
The Flying Dutchman, overture
Little Dolly Daydream
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Victor Payne (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
March 15, 1929
March 16, 1929
94 DC-649
DC-668-2
Die Zigeunerin, overture (= The Bohemian Girl)
Me And The Man In The Moon
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
March 15, 1929
May 3, 1929
95 DC-644-1
DC-667-2
Morgenblatter, waltz
Me And The Man In the Moon
The Victory Band (= Mantovani & his Orchestra)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
March 9, 1929
May 2, 1929
96 DC-665-2
DC-673-2
Over The Waves, waltz
Little Baby Curls
Harry Maquilty Band
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 1, 1929
May 3, 1929
97 DC-663-1
DC-671-1
Scotch Jigs, No. 1
My Flame Of Love
Harry Maquilty Band
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 1, 1929
May 3, 1929
98 DC-664-1
DC-670-1
Scotch Jigs, No. 2
In The Heart Of The Sunset
Harry Maquilty Band
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 1, 1929
May 3, 1929
99 DC-666-1
DC-669-2
Stephanie, gavotte
Susianna
Harry Maquilty Band
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
May 1, 1929
May 3, 1929
100 DC-662-1
DC-672-1-2
Irish Jigs, No. 2
Dadda-Dadda [sic]
Harry Maquilty Band
Leslie Sarony (vocal, with orch accmp)
May 1, 1929
May 3, 1929
101 DC-658-2
DC-661-1
My Irish Paradise
Irish Jigs, No. 1
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
Harry Maquilty Band
April 26, 1929
May 1, 1929
102 DC-659-2
DC-660-1
When Little Children Smile
Il Corricolo, galop
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
Harry Maquilty Band
April 26, 1929
May 1, 1929
103 DC-679-1
DC-681-1
Carolina Moon
Cuckoo Galop
Pat Hugh (vocal) = (Cavan O'Connor)
Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty Band)
May 8, 1929
104 DC-680-1
DC-687-1-2
Country Dances No. 1
The Wedding Of The Painted Doll
The Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty Band)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
May 8, 1929
May 27, 1929
105 DC-677-1
DC-686-1-2
Petronella
The Broadway Melody           (plus take 3 as well)
The Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty Band)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
May 8, 1929
May 27, 1929
106 DC-683-1
DC-690-1
Minuet In G (Beethoven)
The Wedding Of The Painted Doll
Harry Maquilty Band
Jim Kelleher & his Piccadilly Dance Band
May 9, 1929
May 28, 1929
107 DC-682-1
DC-691-1
Dreams On The Ocean
The Broadway Melody
Harry Maquilty Band
Jim Kelleher & his Piccadilly Dance Band
May 9, 1929
May 28, 1929
108 DC-650-1
DC-688-1-2
Der Freischutz, overture
You Were Meant For Me      (plus take 3 as well)
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
March 15, 1929
May 27, 1929
109 DC-689-1
DC-692-1
Tarantella
Outside
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
May 27, 1929
May 28, 1929
110 DC-678-1
DC-693-1
Hornpipes, no. 1
She's Funny That Way
Harry Maquilty Band
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
May 8, 1929
May 28, 1929
111 DC-676-2
DC-694-1
Strathspeys
Good Little, Bad Little You
Harry Maquilty Band
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
May 8, 1929
May 28, 1929
112 DC-647-2
DC-695-2
Mirella, overture
Is Izzy Azzy Woz ?
Band of H.M. Life Guards
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
March 15, 1929
May 28, 1929
113 DC-698-1
DC-701-1
I'll Always Be In Love With You
Marche Aux Flambeaux
Tommy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
Billy Hadlow's Band (= George Cathie's Band)
June 5, 1929
June 6, 1929
114 DC-699-1
DC-702-1
When I Met Connie In The Cornfield
Mazurka Des Traineaux
Leslie Sarony (vocal, with orch accmp)
Billy Hadlow's Band (= George Cathie's Band)
June 5, 1929
June 6, 1929
115        
116 DC-703-1
DC-705-1
Minuet from "Samson" (Handel)
Spread A Little Happiness
Billy Hadlow's Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
June 6, 1929
June 12, 1929
117 DC-714-1
DC-743-1
Songs Of Long Ago, No. 1
Lazy Divine (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jim Kelleher's Band)
June 22, 1929
August 16, 1929
118 DC-708-1
DC-710-1
It Trovatore - Miserere
Lover, Come Back To Me
Cavalotti Saxaphone Quartette (sic)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
June 21, 1929
June 22, 1929
119        
120 DC-715-1
DC-722-3
March Oriental
Huggable Kissable You
Peterson's Band
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 2, 1929
August 16, 1929
121 DC-706-1
DC-721-3
Rienzi, overture
Breakaway
Cavalotti Saxaphone Quartette (sic)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
June 21, 1929
August 16, 1929
122 DC-713-1
DC-720-3
Tangier (tango)
Glad Rag Doll
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
June 22, 1929
August 16, 1929
123 DC-711-1
DC-719-2
A Real O'wd Lancashire Clog Dance
Jericho
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
June 22, 1929
July 30, 1929
123 DC-711-1
DC-719-3
A Real O'wd Lancashire Clog Dance
Jericho
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
June 22, 1929
August 16, 1929
124 DC-712-1
DC-718-3
Vale Of Health, march
You're The Cream In My Coffee
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
June 22, 1929
August 16, 1929
125 DC-703-1
DC-734-3
Minuet from "Samson" (Handel)
When Summer Is Gone
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jim Kelleher's Band)
June 6, 1929
August 17, 1929
126 DC-665-1
DC-733-3
Over The Waves, waltz
Kansas City Kitty
Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jim Kelleher's Band)
May 1, 1929
August 17, 1929
127 DC-657-1
DC-732-3
Finale "1812" Overture
Sleepy Valley (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
April 16, 1929
August 17, 1929
127 DC-657-1
DC-732-6
Finale "1812" Overture
Sleepy Valley (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly DB (= Pete Mandell's Band)
April 16, 1929
Nov. 14, 1929
128 DC-725-2
DC-731-4
King Charles March
My Sin
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 31, 1929
August 17, 1929
129 DC-724-1
DC-730-3
Die Hydropaten, Op 149, valse
Weary River
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 31, 1929
August 17, 1929
130 DC-723-1
DC-729-3
Bajaderentanz 1 aus der oper "Feramors"
Mean To Me
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 31, 1929
August 17, 1929
131 DC-362-1
DC-740-1
Erin's Pride
What Are You Going To Do About Mary?
P. George (bell solo) (= Billy Whitlock)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
March 18, 1927
August 13, 1929
132 12
DC-739-1
Aloha Oe
Oh, Maggie, What Have You Been Up To ?
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians; US rec.)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
November 1928
August 13, 1929
133 DC-737-1
DC-742-1
I'm Perfectly Satisfied
Snapshots
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
August 9, 1929
August 13, 1929
134 DC-736-1
DC-741-1
I'll Always Be In Love With You
Cornelius March
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
August 9, 1929
August 13, 1929
135 11-2
DC-735-1
O Sole Mio
Let Me Dream In Your Arms Again
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians; US rec.)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
November 1928
August 9, 1929
136 DC-746-1
DC-751-1
Underneath The Russian Moon (waltz)
Bolero (Moszkowski)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
August 30, 1929
Sept 6, 1929
136 DC-746-3
DC-751-1
Underneath The Russian Moon (waltz)
Bolero (Moszkowski)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
November 2, 1929
Sept 6, 1929
137 DC-747-1
DC-753-1
Louise
Kunstler Leben (Artist's Life)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
August 30, 1929
November 2, 1929
138 DC-676
DC-748-2
Strathspeys
Heather Moon (waltz)
Harry Maquilty Band
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
May 8, 1929
August 30, 1929
138 DC-676
DC-748-5
Strathspeys
Heather Moon (waltz)
Harry Maquilty Band
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Pete Mandell's Band)
May 8, 1929
Nov. 14, 1929
139 DC-689
DC-745
Tarantella
Button Up Your Overcoat
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
May 27, 1929
August 30, 1929
140 DC-738-1
DC-744-1
Captain Kettle
Makin' Whoopee
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
May 27, 1929
August 30, 1929
141 DC-660-1
DC-752-1
Il Corricolo, galop
The Chicken Or The Egg
Harry Maquilty Band
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
April 26, 1929
Sept 6, 1929
142 DC-499-1-2
DC-750-1
John Brown's Body
Muckin' About The Garden
Billie Gadd (vocal) (= Tom Kinniburgh)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
August 29, 1928
Sept 6, 1929
143 DC-476-1
DC-754-2
The Old Rustic Bridge By The Mill
Through
Harry Manser (vocal) (= Robert Howe)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 24, 1928
Sept 18, 1929
144 DC-478-1
DC-755-2
Will O' The Wisp
My Mother's Eyes
Harry Manser (vocal) (= Robert Howe)
Jack Smithson (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 24, 1928
Sept 18, 1929
145 DC-477-1
DC-764-2
Home Sweet Home
Little Pal
George Payne (vocal) (= Robert Howe)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
August 24, 1928
October 8, 1929
146 DC-666-1
DC-757-1
Stephanie Gavotte
I'm Feathering A Nest (For A Little Bluebird)
Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Dolly Kemp (vocal) (= Rita Bernard)
May 1, 1929
Sept 25, 1929
147 DC-758-1
DC-759-1
I'm Doin' What I'm Doin' For Love
Old Country Dance
Dolly Kemp (vocal) (= Rita Bernard)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Sept 25, 1929
148 DC-663-1
DC-760-1
Scotch Jigs, No. 1
The Laughing Clarinet
Harry Maquilty Band
The Spoofums (= Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor)
May 1, 1929
October 8, 1929
149 DC-706-1
DC-762-1
Rienzi, overture
This Is Heaven
Saxaphone Quartette (= Claude Cavalotti's Sax 4)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
June 21, 1929
October 8, 1929
150 DC-703-1
DC-763-1
Minuet from "Samson" (Handel)
Smiling Irish Eyes
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal, with orch accmp)
June 6, 1929
October 8, 1929
151 DC-725-2
DC-766-1
King Charles March
What Can You Do Without Money?
Victory Orchestra ( = Simon Wurm's Band)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
July 31, 1929
October 11, 1929
152 DC-665-2
DC-765-1
Over The Waves, waltz
The Toymaker's Dream
The Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Whidden's Band)
May 1, 1929
October 11, 1929
153 DC-742-1
DC-768-4
Snapshots
Pagan Love Song (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
August 13, 1929
November 1, 1929
153 DC-742-1
DC-768-5
Snapshots
Pagan Love Song (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly DB (= Pete Mandell's Band)
August 13, 1929
Nov 14, 1929
153 DC-742-1
DC-768-9
Snapshots
Pagan Love Song (waltz)
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
August 13, 1929
Dec. 15, 1929
154 DC-769-1-2
DC-770-2
Abide With Me
Sun Of My Soul
Victory Quintette (with organ & celeste accmp) October 22, 1929
155 DC-749-4
DC-772-1
Singing In The Rain
Orpheus, galop (Offenbach)
Victory Band (= Pete Mandell's Rhythm Masters)
Peterson's Band
Nov. 1, 1929
October 25, 1929
156        
157 DC-494-2-3
DC-496-3
Holy, Holy, Holy
The Church's One Foundation
Victory Quintette (with organ) October 22, 1929
158 6-2
DC-776-2
Forget-Me-Not
Riding On A Camel
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians; US rec.)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
November 1928
November 2, 1929
159 16-2
DC-777-2
Adorable You
Am I Blue?
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Adrian Schubert's Orch)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 1929
November 2, 1929
160 15-1-2
DC-778-3
Doesn't That Mean Anything To You?
My Song Of The Nile (waltz)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Adrian Schubert's Orch)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly DB (= Pete Mandell's Band)
July 1929
Nov 2, 1929 ??
161 14-2
DC-774-1-2
You're All The World To Me
Monte Carlo
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Adrian Schubert's Orch)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 1929
November 2, 1929
162 13-2
DC-773-1
Beautiful
I'm In Seventh Heaven
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Adrian Schubert's Orch)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
July 1929
November 2, 1929
163 DC-779-1
DC-782-1
Your Mother And Mine
Vivette
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
Victory Band (= Peterson's Band)
Nov 12, 1929
164 DC-785
DC-786
My Wife Is On A Diet
Cassidy's Spree
Leslie Sarony
Cathie's Band
Nov 13, 1929
165 DC-783-4
DC-790-1
If I Had A Talking Picture Of You
Coppelia, mazurka
Billy Hayman (= Fred Douglas)
Peterson's Band
Nov 13, 1929
Nov 15, 1929
166 DC-623-1
DC-795-1-2
Morning, Noon And Night, overture part 2
That Old Dutch Lullaby
Victor Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Billy Bird (yodelling song) (= Fred Douglas)
February 6, 1929
Nov 28, 1929
167 DC-627-1
DC-794-1-2
Turkish Patrol
The Cobbler
Victor Military Band (= Band of H.M. Life Guards)
Billy Bird (yodelling song) (= Fred Douglas)
February 7, 1929
Nov 28, 1929
168 DC-621-1
DC-803-2-3
Faust, waltz
Excuse Me Lady
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Jack Smithson (= Cavan O'Connor)
February 6, 1929
Dec. 10, 1929
168 DC-759
DC-803-2-3
Country Dance
Excuse Me Lady
The Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Jack Smithson (= Cavan O'Connor)
Sept. 25, 1929
Dec. 10, 1929
169 7-2
DC-796-3
Maria Mari
Hollow Hill
The Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US)
Billy Bird (= Fred Douglas) (with orch accmp)
February 7, 1929
Dec. 12, 1929
170 DC-711-1
DC-816-2
An Owd Lancashire Clog Dance
The Yodelling Shepherd
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Billy Bird (= Sam Baxter) (= Fred Douglas)
June 22, 1929
Dec. 12, 1929
171 DC-802
DC-808
Sunshine Of My Heart
Queen Of Burlesque
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
George Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
December 2, 1929
December 6, 1929
172 DC-806-1-2
DC-813-1
Dreams Of Darkieland
He Loved Her, Who Did? He Did, Where?
George Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Pat Hugh (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
December 6, 1929
Dec 11, 1929
173 DC-648-1
DC-805-1
Flying Dutchman, overture
Or Anything Else I've Got
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
March 15, 1929
December 6, 1929
174 DC-725-1-2
DC-804-2
Bonnie Charles
They Were Only Playing Leap-Frog
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
July 31, 1929
December 6, 1929
175 12-1-2
DC-800-4
Aloha-Oe
Fairy On The Clock
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec.)
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
February 4, 1929
Dec. 15, 1929
176 DC-791-1
DC-809-1
I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All?
Laughing Jim
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
George Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Nov. 15, 1929
December 6, 1929
176 DC-791-2
DC-809-1
I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All?
Laughing Jim
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
George Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Dec. 10, 1929
December 6, 1929
177 DC-661-1
DC-801-4-5
Irish Jigs
Painting The Clouds With Sunshine
Harry Maquilty Band
Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band
May 1, 1929
Dec 16, 1929
178 DC-829-1
DC-830-1-2
Sandy, The Dirt Track Rider, parts 1 & 2 Sandy Powell (comedian) January 16, 1930
179 DC-662-1
DC-812-1
Irish Jigs, No. 2
Jollity Farm
Harry Maquilty Band
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
May 1, 1929
Dec. 11, 1929
180 DC-664-1
DC-814-1
Scotch Jigs, No. 2
In An Old World Garden
Maquilty's Band
Johnny Nolan (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 1, 1929
Dec 11, 1929
181 DC-825-2
DC-836-1
Old Scotch Songs
Give Yourself A Pat On The Back
Cathie's Band
Albert Whelan (humorous)
January 10, 1930
January 18, 1930
182 DC-831-1
DC-835-1
Post Horn Galop
Bunkey-Doodle-I-Doh
Cathie's Band
Albert Whelan (humorous)
January 17, 1930
January 18, 1930
183 DC-807-1
DC-817-1
Darkie's Dream
Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere)
George Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
December 6, 1929
January 8, 1930
184 DC-818-1
DC-834-1
Lonesome Little Doll
Kindergarten Polka
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Cathie's Band
January 8, 1930
January 17, 1930
185 DC-819
DC-823
The Doll's House
Ravenscroft
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Cathie's Band
January 8, 1930
January 10, 1930
186 DC-439-1
DC-787-4
Paprika
Why Can't I Be Like You?
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Billy Hayman (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 17, 1928
January 16, 1930
187 DC-478-1
DC-788-4
Will O' The Wisp
I've Never Seen A Smile Like Yours
Jim Bass (vocal) (= Robert Howe)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 24, 1928
Nov 15, 1929
188 DC-519-1
DC-837-1
Blue Danube, waltz
Don't Be So Unkind, Baby
Victory Dance Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Dick Henderson (vocal)
Sept 6, 1928
January 21, 1930
189 DC-714-1
DC-854-1
Songs Of Long Ago, selection
The Return Of Barnacle Bill
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
June 22, 1929
February 4, 1930
190 DC-456-1
DC-853-2
Union Jack Medley
Barnacle Bill, The Sailor
The Victory Band (= Stan Greening's Dance Orch.)
Albert Whelan (comedian)
August 22, 1928
February 4, 1930
191 DC-806-1-2
DC-852-1
Darkie's Dream
We're Uncomfortable
Joe Zealand (banjo) (= George Morris)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
December 6, 1929
February 4, 1930
192 DC-753-1
DC-855-1-2
Kunstler Leben
I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
Victory Military Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
Sept 6, 1929
February 5, 1930
193 DC-275-1
DC-846-1
Scotch Reels
Savoy American Medley
Peter Orr (accordion) (= Peter Wyper)
Lu Tony (piano-accordion) (= Tony Lucassi)
October 11, 1926
January 30, 1930
194 DC-463-1
DC-842-1
Poet And Peasant, overture part 2
Yodelling, Laughter & Love
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
The Spoofums (= Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor)
August 23, 1928
January 29, 1930
195 DC-849-1
DC-859-1
Dream Mother
Strauss Polka
Don Davies (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Bert Heath (cornet)
January 31, 1930
February 12, 1930
196 DC-485-1
DC-850-1
La Paloma
I'll Be Reminded Of You
Victory Trio
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Howard Godfrey's O.)
August 28, 1928
February 3, 1930
197 DC-525-1
DC-821-3
Crown Diamonds
Piccolo Pete
George's Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Sept 7, 1928
January 9, 1930
198 DC-856-2
DC-860-3
When The Organ Played At Twilight
Mabel Polka
Don Davies (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Bert Heath (cornet)
February 5, 1930
February 12, 1930
199 DC-471-1
DC-843-1-2
Welsh Medley, No. 2
Discord And The Dancing Lady
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
The Spoofums (= Charles Penrose & Kaye Connor)
August 28, 1928
January 29, 1930
200 DC-738
DC-851
Captain Kettle
It's An Old Spanish Custom
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
August 9, 1929
February 4, 1930
201 DC-872
DC-874
Maggie's Cold
Marionette Dance
Billy Hayman (= Fred Douglas)
Petersen's Band
February 21, 1930
February 24, 1930
202 DC-879-1
DC-884-2
At Twilight
The Bells Of Aberdovey
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Petersen's Band
February 28, 1930
March 11, 1930
203 DC-848-3
DC-878-1
My Fate Is In Your Hands
Ancient Gigue
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Cathie's Band
February 17, 1930
February 27, 1930
204 DC-875-1
DC-876-1
Poor Parker, parts 1 & 2 Chas. Austin & Co February 25, 1930
205 DC-840-1-2
DC-841-1
Sandy, The Jockey, parts 1 & 2 Sandy Powell (comedian) January 25, 1930
206 DC-858-3
DC-869-2
Fanfare - Polacca Di Concert
Mother's Smile
Bert Heath (cornet)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
March 11, 1930
March 16, 1930
207 DC-870
DC-883
Beside An Open Fireplace
St. Andrew selection
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
Petersen's Band
February 21, 1930
March 11, 1930
208 DC-881
DC-882
Will The Angels Play Their Harps For Me?
St Patrick Selection
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Petersen's Band
March 11, 1930
209 DC-839-1
DC-889-1
Jenny Jones
You Baby Me - I'll Baby You
Chas. Leonard (harp)
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
January 23, 1930
March 22, 1930
210 DC-861-3
DC-862-1
Someone
Band Of Empire
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Petersen's Band
February 17, 1930
211 DC-857-1
DC-864-1
Rastus Polka
Oh! Oh! Oh! What I Know About Love
Bert Heath (cornet)
The Rhythm Masters (= Jan Ralfini's Band)
February 12, 1930
February 21, 1930
211 DC-857-1
DC-891-1
Rastus Polka
Oh! Oh! Oh! What I Know About Love
Bert Heath (cornet)
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
February 12, 1930
March 22, 1930
212 DC-873-1
DC-887-1
Valse Chromatique
Tip-Toe Through The Tulips
Petersen's Band
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
February 24, 1930
March 22, 1930
213 DC-885-4
DC-894-1
The Punch And Judy Show
Yoick
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Petersen's Band
May 5, 1930
March 26, 1930
214 DC-888-2
DC-895-1
I May Be Wrong
March (Alard)
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Petersen's Band
March 22, 1930
March 26, 1930
215 DC-890-1
DC-896-1
You're Always In My Arms (waltz)
Coppelia (valse lente)
The Rhythm Masters (= Pete Mandell's Band)
Petersen's Band
March 22, 1930
March 26, 1930
216 DC-892-1
DC-900-1
Ain't It Great To Be Home Again?
Tricky Sam
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Joe Zealand (banjo) (= Olly Oakley)
March 25, 1930
April 2, 1930
217 DC-899
DC-901
Silv'ry Moon
Pete's Awakening
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Joe Zealand (banjo) (= Olly Oakley)
March 28, 1930
April 2, 1930
218 DC-506-1
DC-897-1
Travelling Caravan
Dream Lover
The Castle Band (= George Cathie's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
August 31, 1928
March 28, 1930
219 DC-772-1
DC-898-1-2
Orpheus, galop
Happy Days Are Here Again
Petersen's Band
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
October 25, 1929
March 28, 1930
220 DC-807-1-2
DC-893-2
Darkie's Dream
Sunshine Of Marseilles
Geo. Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
December 6, 1929
April 16, 1930
220 DC-807-1-2
DC-893-3
Darkie's Dream
Sunshine Of Marseilles
Geo. Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
December 6, 1929
April 30, 1930
221 DC-706
DC-902
Rienzi - overture
The Wedding In the Ark
Victory Saxaphone Quartette (Cavalotti's quartette)
Pete Mandel & his Rhythm Masters
June 21, 1929
April 17, 1930
222 DC-525-1
DC-905-1-2
Crown Diamonds, overture
My Love Parade
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Pete Mandel & his Rhythm Masters
Sept 7, 1928
April 17, 1930
223 DC-711-1
DC-906-1
An Ow'd Lancashire Clog Dance
Singing In the Bathtub
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Pete Mandel & his Rhythm Masters
June 22, 1929
April 17, 1930
224 DC-806-1-2
DC-907-1
Dreams Of Darkie Land
I'm Just A Vagabond Lover
Geo. Clinton (banjo) (= George Morris)
Pete Mandel & his Rhythm Masters
December 6, 1929
April 17, 1930
225 DC-680-1
DC-909-1
Country Dances, No. 1
Over The Garden Wall
Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
May 8, 1929
April 30, 1930
226 DC-677
DC-910
Petronalla
She Can't Make Up Her Mind
Victory Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
May 8, 1929
April 30, 1930
227 DC-834-1
DC-880-2
Kindergarten Polka
I'll Always Be Dreaming Of Mary
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
January 17, 1930
March 25, 1930
228 6
DC-911
Raindrops
Airman! Airman!
Sunny Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
February 7, 1929
May 2, 1930
229 DC-922-3
DC-924-2
I May be Wrong
Gatwick Galop
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Cathie's Band
June 10, 1930
May 16, 1930
230 DC-712-1
DC-923-3
Vale Of Health March
You're Always In My Arms
Victory Band (= George Cathie's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
June 22, 1929
June 10, 1930
231 DC-650-1
DC-904-4
Der Freischultz, overture
Body And Soul
Victory Guards Band (= H.M. Irish Guards Band)
Pete Mandel & his Rhythm Masters
March 15, 1929
May 5, 1930
232 A4
DC-362-1
Hanging On The Garden Gate
Pride Of Erin
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Zenith Knights, US rec.)
Ben Stevens (bells) (= Billy Whitlock)
c. January 1930
March 18, 1927
233 A3
DC-481-1
A Little Kiss Each Morning
Lucerne (waltz)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Carl Fenton's Orch, US)
Victory Dance Orchestra ( = George Cathie's Band)
c. January 1930
August 25, 1928
234 DC-717-1
DC-915-1
Classic Rag
We'll Build a Little World Of Our Own
Miss Holsom (piano) (= H. Peterson)
Geo. Cooper (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
July 9, 1929
May 8, 1930
235 DC-456-1
DC-916-4
Union Jack Medley
Cryin' For The Carolines
The Victory Band (= Stan Greening's Dance Orch)
Howard Godfrey and his Band
August 22, 1928
June 24, 1930
236 DC-831-1
DC-930-1
Post Horn Galop
Amy
Victory Military Band (= Cathie's Band; Bert Heath)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
January 17, 1930
June 11, 1930
237 DC-519-1
DC-931-1
Blue Danube, waltz
You Die If You Worry
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Sept. 6, 1928
June 11, 1930
238 12-2
DC-932-1
Aloha-Oe
Tiddle-Iddle-Om-Pom-Pom (sic)
Victory Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
February 4, 1929
June 11, 1930
239 DC-724-1
DC-919-4
Die Hydropaten, Op 149
The Stein Song
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Howard Godfrey's O.)
July 31, 1929
June 11, 1930
239 DC-724-1
DC-919-A
Die Hydropaten, Op 149
The Stein Song
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Carl Fenton's Band, US)
July 31, 1929
1930
240 DC-665-2
DC-913-4
Over The Waves, waltz
Molly
Victory Orchestra (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
May 1, 1929
June 25, 1930
241 DC-682-1
DC-929-1
Dreams On The Ocean
A Cottage For Sale
Victory Military Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 9, 1929
June 10, 1930
241 DC-682-1
DC-929-2-3
Dreams On The Ocean
A Cottage For Sale
Victory Military Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
May 9, 1929
June 26, 1930
242 7-2
DC-914-3
Maria Mari
There Will Never Be Another Mary
Victory Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
February 7, 1929
June 25, 1930
243 DC-471-1
DC-933-2
Welsh Airs, medley
I Wonder Why
Victory Orchestra (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
August 23, 1928
June 25, 1930
244 DC-485-1
DC-940-1
La Paloma
Just An Old Refrain
The Victory Trio (violin, czimbalum & harp)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 28, 1928
June 26, 1930
245 DC-725-2
DC-941-2
King Charles March
By The Waters Of Killarney
Victory Military Band (= Simon Wurm's Band)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
July 31, 1929
June 26, 1930
246 DC-713-1
DC-939-2
Tangier, tango
Dreamy Carolina
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
June 22, 1929
June 25, 1930
247 DC-649-2
DC-920-2
Die Zigeunerin, overture
With You
Victory Orchestra (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
March 15, 1929
June 24, 1930
248 DC-644-1
DC-921-3
Morganblatter, waltz
Lazy Lou'siana Moon (waltz)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Mantovani's Orch.)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
March 9, 1929
June 24, 1930
249 DC-723-1
DC-938-1
Bajaderentanz
Like A Breath Of Springtime (waltz)
Victory Orchestra (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
July 31, 1929
June 24, 1930
250 DC-647-2
DC-917-3
Mirella, overture
Lucky Me, Lovable You
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
March 15, 1929
June 24, 1930
251 DC-862-1
DC-943-2
Empire March
The Empire Parade
Victory Military Band (= Petersen's Band)
M. Baker (vocal) (= John Thorne)
February 17, 1930
July 11, 1930
252 DC-944-1
DC-948-1
Dizzy Keys
Song Of The Dawn
Jay Wilbur (piano)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
July 31, 1930
August 2, 1930
253 DC-362-2
DC-945-1
Pride Of Erin
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
J. Nelson (bells) (= Billy Whitlock)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
March 18, 1927
August 2, 1930
254 DC-894-1
DC-946
Yoick
Sweepin' The Clouds Away
Victory Military Band (= Petersen's Band)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
March 26, 1930
August 2, 1930
255 13-1-2
DC-949-1-2
Beautiful
Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (waltz)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Adrian Schubert's Orch)
Aldwych Players (= Howard Godfrey's Band)
July 19, 1929 (US)
August 2, 1930
256 DC-706-1
DC-950-1
Rienzi, overture
I Don't Wanna Go Home
Victory Military Band (= Cavalotti Saxophone 4)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
June 21, 1929
August 11, 1930
257 DC-955-1
DC-959-1
It Happened In Monterey
Lullaby Land
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor) August 22, 1930
Sept 1, 1930
258 DC-953-1-2
DC-961-1
Exactly Like You
Headin' For Hollywood
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
August 22, 1930
Sept 1, 1930
259 DC-957-1
DC-967-1
Love Never Dies
The Chum Song
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Jay Wilbur's Band
Sept. 1, 1930
Sept. 15, 1930
260 DC-962-1
DC-968-1
A Children's Dance
When It's Springtime In The Rockies (waltz)
Jay Wilbur's Band Sept. 3, 1930
Sept. 15, 1930
261 DC-964-1
DC-969-1
Xylo Nights
The Barmaid's Song
Jay Wilbur's Band
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Sept. 3, 1930
Sept. 15, 1930
262 DC-958-1
DC-970-1
Why Did You Turn Me Down?
Blue Pacific Moonlight
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Gwynn Roberts (vocal) (= John Thorne)
Sept. 1, 1930
Sept. 15, 1930
263 DC-960-1
DC-971-1
Love Birds Are Better Than Blue Birds
Singing A Vagabond Song
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Gwynn Roberts (vocal) (= John Thorne)
Sept. 1, 1930
Sept. 15, 1930
264 DC-782-1
DC-972-NA
Vivette
One Night Alone With You
Hales Dance Orchestra (= Petersen's Band)
J. Darling (vocal) (= Hubert Wallace)
Nov 12, 1929
Sept 15, 1930
265 DC-677-1
DC-951-3
Petronella
Dark Red Roses
Victory Military Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
May 8, 1929
Sept. 15, 1930
266 DC-525-1
DC-966-1
Crown Diamonds, overture
Say A Little Prayer For Me
Victory Military Band (= George Cathie's Band)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Sept 7, 1928
Sept 9, 1930
267 DC-878-1
DC-965-1
Ancient Gigue
Fine Alpine Milkman
Victory Military Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
February 27, 1930
Sept. 7, 1930
267 DC-878-1
DC-965-3-4
Ancient Gigue
Fine Alpine Milkman
Victory Military Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Leslie Sarony (vocal)
February 27, 1930
Sept. 28, 1930
268 DC-650-1
DC-975-2
Der Freischultz, overture
Cuban Love Song
Victory Orchestra (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
G. Darling (vocal) (= Hubert Wallace)
March 15, 1929
Sept 22, 1930
269 DC-649-2
DC-980-1
Die Zigeunerin, overture
Broken Hearted Gal
Victory Military Band (= Band of H.M. Irish Guards)
Gwynn Roberts (vocal) (= John Thorne)
March 15, 1929
Sept 28, 1930
270 DC-900-1
DC-981-1
Tricky Sam
Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight
Geo. Clinton (banjo) (= Olly Oakley)
Gwynn Roberts (vocal) (= John Thorne)
April 2, 1930
Sept 28, 1930
271 DC-717-1
DC-982-1
Le Chiffon Classique
My Angel Mother
Herbert Richards (piano) (= H. Petersen)
Talbot O'Farrell (vocal)
July 9, 1929
Sept 28, 1930
272 12-2
DC-983-2
Aloha-Oe
Ma Cherie (waltz)
Harold Wakeman (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US Rec)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
February 4, 1920
October 2, 1930
273 DC-895-1
DC-984-1
March (Alard)
Don't Tell Her What's Happened To Me
Victory Military Band (= Petersen's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
March 26, 1930
October 2, 1930
274 DC-924-1-2
DC-985-1
Gatwick Galop
I Remember You From Somewhere
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
May 16, 1930
October 2, 1930
275 DC-859-1
DC-986-1
Strauss Polka
Little White Lies
H. Ralph (cornet) (= Bert Heath)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
February 12, 1930
October 2, 1930
276 DC-481
DC-987
Lucerne (waltz)
A Californian Serenade
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
August 25, 1928
October 2, 1930
277 DC-857-1
DC-988-1
Rastus Polka
There's A Good Time Coming
H. Ralph (cornet) (= Bert Heath)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
February 12, 1930
October 2, 1930
278 DC-714-1
DC-989-1
Medley Of Songs Of Long Ago
Great Day
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
June 22, 1929
October 2, 1930
279 39
DC-999-1
Tap Dance
A Bench In The Park
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
August 27, 1930
October 8, 1930
280 40
DC-973
Waltz Clog
After Your Kiss
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
August 28, 1930
Sept 22, 1930
281 DC-996-1
DC-997-1
Darby & Joan's Xmas
An Xmas Wedding Breakfast
Albert Whelan & Co. October 8, 1930
282 41
DC-1000-1
Polka
If Your Kisses Can't Hold The Man You Love
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
August 28, 1930
October 8, 1930
283 42
DC-1001-1
Minuet
That's Where The South Begins
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
August 28, 1930
October 8, 1930
284 43
DC-998-1
Highland Fling
Happy Feet
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
Sept. 3, 1930
October 8, 1930
285 44
DC-954-4
Sailor's Hornpipe
Have A Little Faith In me
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Sept 3, 1930
October 11, 1930
286 45
DC-952-5
Jig (Irish Washerwoman)
Goodbye To All That
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Sept 3, 1930
October 11, 1930
287 46
DC-990-1
Children's March
Around The Corner
Justin Ring and his Dance Orchestra (US rec)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Sept 3, 1930
October 3, 1930
288 DC-1017-2
DC-1018-2
The First Nowell
Good King Wenceslas
St. Stephen's Quartette (vocal) October 28, 1930
289 DC-1019-1
DC-1020-1
While Shepherd's Watched
O Come All Ye Faithful
St. Stephen's Quartette (vocal) October 28, 1930
290 DC-1021-1
DC-1022-1
Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Christians Awake
St. Stephen's Quartette (vocal) October 28, 1930
291 DC-978-1-3
DC-1010-1
Play That Old Christmas Carol Again
Lullaby Land
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Knight = ?)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
Sept 28/Oct 21, 1930
October 22, 1930
291 DC-978-3
DC-1010-1
Play That Old Christmas Carol Again
Lullaby Land
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= ?)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
October 21, 1930
October 22, 1930
292 DC-991-1
DC-1023-1-2
Fire! Fire! Fire!
Why Did You Turn Me Down? (waltz)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
October 3, 1930
October 31, 1930
293 DC-927-4
DC-1024-1
Meet Me In My Dreams Tonight
Love Birds Are Better than Blue Birds
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
June 10, 1930
October 31, 1930
294 DC-1025-1
DC-1026-1
Love Never Dies
Cheer Up And Smile
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
J. Leslie (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
October 31, 1930
295 DC-644-1
DC-1027-1
Morgenblatter, waltz
Gorgonzola
Victory Concert Orchestra (= Mantovani & his Orch)
J. Leslie (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
March 9, 1929
October 31, 1930
296 DC-1030-1
DC-1031-1
Old Spanish Moon
Makin' Whoopee
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band) November 6, 1930
297 DC-1032-1
DC-1041-2
The Kiss Waltz
Love Never Dies
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
Hawaiian Serenaders (Len Fillis & his H.S.)
Nov 6, 1930
Nov. 13, 1930
298 DC-1035-1
DC-1044
The Same As We Used To Do
Love Birds Are Better Than Blue Birds
G. Dunnett (vocal) (= Cavan O'Connor)
Hawaiian Serenaders (Len Fillis & his H.S.)
Nov 6, 1930
Nov 13, 1930
299 DC-1046-2
DC-1059-1
Falling In Love Again
There's A Church Across The Meadow
G. Jack (vocal) (= Jack Plant)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
Nov 13, 1930
Nov 20, 1930
300 DC-1042-1
DC-1049-2
Why Did You Turn Me Down?
When I Passed The Old Church Door
Hawaiian Serenaders (Len Fillis & his H.S.)
Gwynn Roberts (= Robert Gwynn = John Thorne)
Nov 13, 1930
Nov 15, 1930
301 DC-1051-1
DC-1060-1
Tiddle-Iddle-Um-Pum
Let's Keep The Party Bright
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
Nov 16, 1930
Nov 20, 1930
302 DC-1040
DC-1052
Old Spanish Moon
Hunting Tigers Out In Indiah
Hawaiian Serenaders (Len Fillis & his H.S.)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Nov 13, 1930
Nov 16, 1930
303 DC-1045
DC-1053
Headin' For Hollywood
Wasn't It Nice?
Hawaiian Serenaders (Len Fillis & his H.S.)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Nov 13, 1930
Nov 16, 1930
304 DC-806
DC-1055
Plantation Songs
A Bench In The Park
Ernest Patrick (banjo) (= George Morris)
The Victory Hawaiians (= Paolina's Hawaiians)
Dec. 6, 1929
Nov 19, 1930
305 DC-862-1
DC-1063-1
Empire March
Slippery Sam, The Stoker
Victory Military Band (= Petersen's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
February 17, 1930
Dec. 3, 1930
306 DC-831-1
DC-1033-3
Post Horn Galop
Adeline
Victory Military Band (= Cathie's Band, Bert Heath)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
January 17, 1930
Nov 6, 1930
307 DC-456-1
DC-1036-3
Union Jack Medley
The King's Horses
Victory Orchestra (= Stan Greening's Dance Orch.)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
August 22, 1928
Nov 11, 1930
308 DC-807-1
DC-1038-4
Darkies Dream
If I Had A Girl Like You
J. Hastings (banjo) (= George Morris)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
Dec. 6, 1929
Dec. 1, 1930
309 DC-725-2
DC-1056-1
King Charles March
What Good Am I Without You?
Victory Military Band (= Simon Wurm's Band)
Victory Hawaiians (= Paolina's Hawaiians)
July 31, 1929
Nov 19, 1930
310 DC-713-1
DC-1039
Tangier Tango
My Heart Belongs To The Girl Who Belongs To...
Victory Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
Victory Dance Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
June 22, 1929
Nov 11, 1930
311 DC-1065-2
DC-1066-2
Hear My Prayer
O, For The Wings Of A  Dove
Master John Porter (vocal) (= Megan Thomas) Dec 4, 1930
312 DC-825-2
DC-1067-1-2
Old Scotch Songs
Somewhere A Voice Is Calling
Victory Military Band (= George Cathie's Band)
Walter Rodney (vocal) (= Hardy Williamson)
January 10, 1930
Dec. 4, 1930
313 11-2
DC-1076-1
O Sole Mio
Oh! Donna Clara
Rio Hawaiians (= Waikiki Hawaiians, US rec.)
The Hottentots (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
February 4, 1928
January 6, 1931
314 DC-1025-1
DC-1078-2
Love Never Dies
A Girl Friens Of A Boy Friens Of Mine
The Connecticut Players (= Jay WIlbur's Band) October 31, 1930
January 6, 1931
315 DC-519
DC-1077
Blue Danube, waltz
Old New England Moon (waltz)
The Connecticut Players (= George Cathie's Band)
The Connecticut Players (= Jay WIlbur's Band)
Sept 6, 1928
January 6, 1931
316 DC-1023-2
DC-1072-2
Why Did You Turn Me Down? (waltz)
She's My Secret Passion
The Ambassador's Twelve (= Jay Wilbur's Band) October 31, 1930
Dec. 16, 1930
317 DC-1010-1
DC-1037-3
Lullaby Land
I Love You So Much
The Ambassador's Twelve (= Jay Wilbur's Band) October 22, 1930
Dec. 11, 1930
318 DC-884-2
DC-1061-2
Bells Of Aberdovey
Day By Day
Colonial Guards Band (= Petersen's Band)
Billy Hayman (vocal) (= Fred Douglas)
March 11, 1930
Nov 30, 1930
319 DC-649
DC-1068
The Gypsies
Stein! Stein! Stein! Everywhere We Go
Joe Doyle's Concert Orchestra (= HM Irish Guards)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
March 15, 1929
January 1, 1931
320 44
DC-1054-3
Dance Of The Sailors
You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me
The Richmond Players (= Justin Ring's Orch, US rec.)
Carol Porter (vocal) (= John Thorne)
Sept 3, 1930
January 1, 1931
321 46
DC-1064-1
La Marche Des Enfants
P'liceman, P'liceman
Joe Doyle's Concert Orchestra (= Justin Ring's Orch)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
Sept 3,. 1930
Dec. 3, 1030
322 DC-964-1
DC-1050-1
Xylo Dreams
Swinging In A Hammock
John Hale's Orchestra (= Jay Wilbur's Band)
John Groves (vocal) (= Roy Winston, = ?)
Sept 3, 1930
Nov 15, 1930
323 DC-677-1
DC-1069-3
Petronella
Sittin' On A Five-Barred Gate
Colonial Guards Band (= Harry Maquilty's Band)
Albert Whelan (vocal)
May 8, 1929
January 1, 1931
324 DC-702-1
DC-1070-1
Mazurka Des Traineaux
Go Home And Tell Your Mother
John Hale's Orchestra (= George Cathie's Band)
J. Leslie (vocal) (= Leslie Sarony)
June 6, 1929
Dec. 23, 1930
325        

Victory Nursery Rhymes series: Although these usually have the pale mauve Victory label, I have a copy of "F" which has the "Nursery Rhymes" label also used for smaller discs.

Cat. No. Master No. Title Artists Rec. Date
A DC-501-1
DC-502-1
Three Blind Mice
Oranges And Lemons
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) August 20, 1928
B DC-503-1
DC-504-1
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Pop Goes The Weasel
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) August 20, 1928
C DC-510-1
DC-511-1
Little Bo-Peep
Sing A Song Of Sixpence
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) Sept 1, 1928
D DC-512-2
DC-513-1
See-Saw Marjorie Daw; Tom Tom The Piper's Son
Humpty Dumpty
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) Sept 1, 1928
E DC-514-1
DC-515-1
Jack And Jill
Georgie Porgie; Little Miss Muffett
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) Sept 4, 1928
F DC-516-1
DC-517-2
Ride A Cock Horse
Hey Diddle Diddle
Nursery Rhyme (= Robert Howe and children) Sept 4, 1928
G DC-563
DC-564
Xmas Eve, part 1 (A Visit To Santa Claus)
Xmas Eve, part 2 (Father Xmas' Toy Shop)
C. Penrose (= Charles Penrose) October 24, 1928
H DC-583-2
DC-584-2
Pirates And Indians, parts 1 & 2 C. Penrose (= Charles Penrose) Nov. 12, 1928
I 4001
4005-4
Rock A Bye Baby
Sing A Song Of Sixpence
Uncle Harold (= Vernon Dalhart)
Uncle Harold (= Irving Kaufman)
 
J 4008
4017
The Three Little Kittens
Where Are You Going To, My Pretty Maid?
Uncle Dick (= Arthur Hall) (with orch accmp)
Uncle Dick (= Vernon Dalhart) (with orch accmp)
 
K 4062
4064
Three Little Piggies
I Love Little Pussy
Uncle George (with orch accmp)  
L 17
38
Simple Simon
Three Little Indians
Uncle Wilfred (= Arthur Hall) (with orch accmp)
Uncle George (= Arthur Hall) (with orch accmp)
 
M 26
37
Mary Had A Little Lamb
The Farmer In the Dell
Uncle John (= Irving Kaufman)
Uncle Rex (= Arthur Hall)
 
N 20
36
Little Bo-Peep
Lazy Mary, Will You Get Up?
Uncle John (= Vernon Dalhart)
Uncle Rex (= Arthur Hall)
 
O 23
35
Old King Cole
London Bridge Is Falling Down
Uncle Dick (= Irving Kaufman)
Uncle Rex (= Arthur Hall)
 
P 24
25
Tom Tom The Piper's Son
Jack And Jill
Uncle Harold
Uncle Dick
 
Q 992
993
Cinderella Pantomime, parts 1 & 2 Charles Penrose & Co.  
R 994
995
Cinderella Pantomime, parts 3 & 4 Charles Penrose & Co.  
S 29

31
Medley, part 1 (Little Jack Horner; There Was A Crooked Man; Tommie Tucker)
Medley, part 2 (Hey Diddle Diddle; Goosey Goosey Gander; Miss Muffett; Alphabet Song)
Uncle Arthur  
T 30

34
Medley, part 3 (Ding Dong Bell; Diddle Dumpling; To Babyland, Dickory Dickory Dock)
Medley, part 4 (Little Boy Blue; Fiddle Dee Dee; Pat A Cake; Polly Put The Kettle On)
Uncle Arthur  
U 27

28
Medley, part 5 (Humpty Dumpty; Misterss Mary; Pop Goes The Weasel; Baby Bunting)
Medley, part 6
Uncle Arthur  
V 33 ?

32
Medley, part 7 (Three Blind Mice; Higglety, Pigglety; Lavender's Blue; Hobby Horse)
Medley, part 8 (See Saw; Hot Cross Buns; To Bed, To Bed; Bean Porridhe Trot)
Uncle Arthur  
W        
X        
Y        
Z        

Victory Record For The Kiddies: From Arthur Badrock's information, but I have never seen one of these myself. I suspect these are the same recordings (and same catalogue numbers) as the 7" Oliver records.

Cat. No. Master No. Title Artists Rec. Date
101        
102 4001
4005-4
Rock-A-Bye Baby
Sing A Song Of Sixpence
Kate Walder (= Vernon Dalhart)
Bert Groves (= Irving Kaufman)
 
103        
104 4008
4017
The Three Little Kittens
Where Are You Going To My Pretty Maid?
Will Gadd (= Arthur Hall) (with orch accmp)
C. Fox (= Vernon Dalhart) (with orch accmp)
 
105        
         
127 4062
4064
Three Little Piggies
I Love Little Pussy
Will Gadd (with orch accmp)