Ray Noble and His Orchestra



Ray Noble and His Orchestra

Rating
Active
1932 to 1936
Location
Brighton, England, United Kingdom
Biography
Ray Noble (December 17, 1903 - April 3, 1978) was a British bandleader, composer, arranger and actor. Noble studied music at the Royal Academy of Music and became leader of the HMV Records studio band in 1929. The band, known as the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra, featured members of many of the top hotel orchestras of the day. The most popular vocalist with Noble's studio band was Al Bowlly. Noble played the piano but seldom did so with his orchestra. In a movie short from the 1940s featuring Ray Noble and Buddy Clark (one of his most popular band singers), Ray Noble is asked by the announcer to play one of his most popular hits.
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Top Songs by Ray Noble and His Orchestra


The Very Thought of You

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Love is the Sweetest Thing

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Goodnight Sweetheart

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St. Louis Blues

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One Morning in May

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Isle of Capri

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A Foggy Day

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I Can't Be Bothered Now

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A Foggy Day (In London Town)

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Have You Ever Been Lonely

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Al Bowlly With Ray Noble

Al Bowlly With Ray Noble

Al Bowlly October 24, 2011

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