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  1. Apr 13,  · Note: Probably filmed in the Pathe studio. Full titles read: "A singer known to millions of Radio listeners AL BOWLLY, from Lew Stone's famous Monseigneur Band." L/S of .
  2. This was a purely expedient purchase, as I needed to source some Al Bowlly music for an elderly relative's funeral, but it turned out to be something of a silver lining to that sad occasion. Bowlly was a hugely popular singer in the UK in the s, and could be considered the British Bing Crosby (even though he was actually Portugese/South /5(61).
  3. Al Bowlly's work is often heard to day. He can be heard singing "Midnight, the Stars and You" and "It's All Forgotten Now" on Stanley Kubrick's classic "The Shining"() and the title song for the BBC comedy series "Goodnight Sweetheart". Popular British singer born Albert Allick Bowlly in .
  4. May 01,  · The Golden Years Al Bowlly with Ray Noble The records produced during the four years of the Noble/Bowlly collaboration at HMV ranged from jazz-inspired up-tempo numbers through to the most lyrical and sentimental love songs, invariably presented with .
  5. Al Bowlly. Albert Allick Bowlly (7 January – 17 April ) was a Southern-African singer, songwriter, composer and band leader, who became a popular jazz crooner during the British dance band era of the s and later worked in the United States. .

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