The Savoy Quartet played at the Savoy Hotel in London (189 The Strand) from 1915 to 1920.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
After You've Gone
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
5-29-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1088
A Good Man Is Hard To Find
(Eddie Green)
9-16-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1061
Hullo! My Dearie 1917 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-859
Hindustan
(Oliver G. Wallace / Harold Weeks)
5-29-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1060
Ja-Da
(Bob Carlton)
5-29-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1049
Mammy O' Mine
(William Tracey / Maceo Pinkard)
9-16-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1061
Slow And Easy
(Norman Spencer)
9-16-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1121
The Darktown Strutters Ball
(A Jazz Melody)

(Shelton Brooks)
9-28-1918 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-991
Tackin' Em Down
(Buddy DeSylva / Albert Gumble)
4-11-1919 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-1049
Where The Black-Ryed Susans Grow
"Cheep" Revue, Vaudeville Theatre

(R.A. Whiting)
1917 Hayes, Middlesex, England HMV
B-859
Artist Instrument
Emil Grimshaw Banjo
Claude Ivy Piano
Jay Wilbur Banjo, Vocals
Alec Williams Drums