Born: January 7, 1899 | Died: April 17, 1941
The most popular vocalist in Britain during the 1930s, Al Bowlly showcased a range of material unsurpassed by any contemporary other than Bing Crosby. He was also a true international recording artist: born in Mozambique to Greek and Lebanese parents, he was raised in Johannesburg, but gained his musical experience singing for a dance band led by Jimmy Liquime in India and Singapore during the mid-'20s.
Just one year after his 1927 debut recording date in Berlin, Bowlly arrived in London for the first time, as part of Fred Elizalde's orchestra. That year, If I Had You became one of the first popular songs by an English jazz band to become renowned in America as well, and Bowlly had gone out on his own by the dawn of the '30s....
Ambassador Of SongAudio Fidelity
The Dance Band YearsAudio Fidelity
Time On My HandsAudio Fidelity
Al Bowlly With Ray Noble 1931 To 1934Audio Fidelity
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