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The Cuckoo Song – Al Bowlly and the Arthur Lally Orchestra


This was recorded on September 21st 1932 by Arthur Lally and his orchestra, with a Xylophone solo by Rudy Starita. The song is sung by Al Bowlly. Would have been nice to think that it was Stan! Composer: T. Marvin Hatley (ASCAP/BMI) [original arrangement by Leroy Shield, credited in the copyright notice.] In 1932, lyrics were added for the piece, now called “Dance of the Cuckoos”, which was played by the London Symphony Orchestra. The lyrics were by Harry Steinberg. 1. Dance of the Cuckoos (Hatley, Steinberg, Laurel, Hardy) Rudy Starita, xylophone and orchestra directed by Arthur Lally, with vocals by Al Bowlly. Recorded 29 September 1932. Decca F3186. 2. With ARTHUR LALLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. London, September 21, 1932. GB-4919-2 Dance Of The Cuckoos Dec F-3186

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