It was feared that Josephine might be infected, so the family moved from London to Chorley Wood, at that time a rural village. In 1924 she danced with an American, . Anderson, in a competition at the Embassy Club in Regent Street. The ISTD formed its Ballroom Branch with Bradley, Eve Tynegate Smith, Murielle Simmons, Cynthia Humphreys and Victor Silvester as founder members. Bradley was a leading figure in the British ballroom dance world. She was active in ballroom dancing in general, and the ISTD in particular, right up to the end of her long life. Bradley was Chairman of the ISTD Ballroom Branch from 1924–1947. Bradley set up her group in 1935,p35 mainly as a recording band for Decca: Josephine Bradley and her Ballroom Orchestra. She had already, in 1930, directed the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra for HMV.
Dorothy Squires - The Best Of. Dorothy Squires. Clarence Williams and His Orchestra. It’s An Old Southern Custom. Cliff "Ukulele Ike" Edwards. Say Arabella - What's A Fella To Do. George Olsen. She did most of her work with the orchestra of Billy Reid who was her partner for many years. After she joined his orchestra, he began to write songs for her to perform. Dorothy Squires (March 25, 1915-April 14, 1998) was a Welsh vocalist.
It's by far the best orchestra I've heard in all the years I have been coming to Blackpool. Ashley Frohlick Musical Director. The Empress Orchestra is highly regarded as the finest orchestra in the world for Ballroom dancing. We are the first choice orchestra for the: Blackpool Dance Festival. The Empress Dance Band ® and Empress Orchestra ® are two of the world’s finest ensembles for Ballroom Dancing, the latter performing for five of the most prestigious dance events in the world. Since our formation in 2002, we have played dance music for around half a million people. Our music has been broadcast to over 70 countries worldwide and listened to by over 140 million people. This astounding fact does not yet include countries from Asia, where their passion for ballroom dancing would elevate figures to breathtaking heights.
Josephine I'll send you all my love Josephine I'll send you all my love. Now there's a storm on my radar But I can still fly And you are the reason The blue in my sky. Josephine I'll send you all my love Josephine. A life without meaning I was walking away In the coldest of winters Night becomes day. Josephine I'll send you all my love And every single step I take I take for you. My Josephine I'll send you all my love Josephine I'll send you all my love. Send you all my love Josephine I'll send you all my love When I'm far away
I’m in love and we talk about marriage and being together for ever. When asked, they either haven’t turned up or bothered to ring to say they’re running late. Now I don’t ask - and they say it’s my fault I have no one to help as I’m ‘pushing them away’. They tell me, ‘on my head be it’ if I continue with my ‘behaviour’. But let nobody say it’s easy. I understand your frustration with family members who seem less than attentive, because I’ve felt it myself. The trouble is, it’s easy to express that frustration in an ‘iffy’, hectoring or self-righteously reproachful way (me, not you) and that’s where the trouble starts. I’ve no doubt you think you have behaved well throughout; the trouble is, we can settle into patterns of behaviour over years which make us unaware.