[78-L] My Time Is Your Time - Downton Abbey

Kristjan Saag saag at telia.com.invalid
Mon Mar 5 14:59:37 PST 2018

Probably Hylton. Rust & Forbes (British Dance Bands On Record) list two 
UK recordings from 1924, one on HMV with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra, 
the other, on Regal, with The Star Dance Orchestra, one of Stan 
Greening's band names.
Here's the Hylton version:

On 2018-03-05 21:35, Rodger Holtin wrote:
> Downton Abbey, Season 5, episode 9, The Moorland Holiday My favorite 
> moment in Downton Abbey was always when they brought out the 
> gramophone. "Golly, what fun!" said Rose. Yes. Sometimes they used 
> vintage records, and sometimes they did a fair job of recreating the 
> sound from new studio recordings. I expected worse. My wife ran us 
> through episode 9 the other night in lieu of the Oscars and I noticed 
> a gramophone rendition of "My Time Is Your Time," Rudy Vallee's theme 
> song. I know Rudy brought the tune back from one of his trips to 
> England, but never thought about there being a recording from those 
> earlier years, until this one played on Downton Abbey. It sure sounds 
> like an original acoustical in uptempo dance rhythm, quite unlike any 
> version Rudy ever made. So my question for the Board of Experts, 
> particularly for you folks on the eastern side of the Atlantic, can 
> somebody identify that record, and/or better yet direct me to a link 
> where it might be available? (or send me an mp3?) Rodger For best 
> results use Victor Needles 
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