UNFILED RECORDINGS
Mary Make Believe - recorded Hayes Middlesex, August 27, 1928

Private Lives - recorded Small Queen's Hall, London, September 15, 1930; dialogue with Gertrude Lawrence; orchestra accompaniment conducted by Ray Noble

Most of Ev'ry Day - recorded London, October 29, 1934; piano accompaniment by Carroll Gibbons

Mrs. Worthington - recorded London, August 15, 1935; orchestra accompaniment conducted by Clifford Greenwood

You Were There - recorded London, January 15, 1936; accompanied by the Phoenix Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Clifford Greenwood; dialogue and duets with Gertrude Lawrence

Dearest Love - recorded London, February 3, 1938; accompanied by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Francis M. Collinson

The Stately Homes of England - recorded London, February 3, 1938; accompanied by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Francis M. Collinson

Gipsy Melody - recorded London, February 3, 1938; accompanied by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Francis M. Collinson

Poor Little Rich Girl - recorded London, March 24, 1938; piano accompaniment by Carroll Gibbons

Nina - recorded London, September 14, 1945; accompanied by the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Mantovani

This is a Changing World - recorded London, January 9, 1947; orchestra accompaniment from Pacific 1860

His Excellency Regrets - recorded London, January 9, 1947; orchestra accompaniment from Pacific 1860

Uncle Harry - recorded London, January 9, 1947; orchestra accompaniment from Pacific 1860

Josephine - recorded London July 3, 1950; accompanied by the Cambridge Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Mantovani

I Like America - recorded London, December 14, 1951; accompanied by the Cafe de Paris Orchestra, conducted by Syd Simone, with Norman Hackforth at the piano

Time and Again - recorded London, June 9, 1952

There are Bad Time Just Around the Corner - recorded London, June 9, 1952

Love in Bloom - recorded London, October 29, 1934; piano accompaniment by Carroll Gibbons

Any Little Fish - recorded Small Queen's Hall, London, January 2, 1931; orchestra accompaniment conducted by Ray Noble

Man About Town - recorded London, January 15, 1936; accompanied by the Phoenix Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Clifford Greenwood; dialogue and duets with Gertrude Lawrence

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