In 1930s Britain, the biggest "pop star" was Henry Hall, leader of the BBC Dance Orchestra, whose daily broadcasts were heard by millions. Now tunes he made famous are introduced in brand new recordings by Mart Sander and the Swing Swindlers!
“...it’s all here… all the nuances of the BBC Dance Orchestra on display and all the vocalists in perfect accord with the period. Lovingly played… superbly recorded.”
“...very talented young Estonian Musicians… the rhythm section is a great improvement on the original. To the people who like the Henry Hall style of music, this is a welcome recreation of a very famous orchestra’s work.”