Mills, Bennett Scott & Fred Godfrey — London: Star Music; Melbourne: Dinsdales’, 1916.
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One of the more pompous patriotic songs of the time, on the Florrie Forde disc it is happily paired with the jaunty Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty.
“That successful trio of song-writers, A.J. Mills, Bennett Scott, and Fred Godfrey, have reason to congratulate themselves on the result of the big Blackpool productions. Not only have their expectations been realised in the case of their ballad, ‘Some Night, Some Waltz, Some Girl,’ but they have struck another and unexpected ‘winner’ in the new, and till now untried, number ‘I Love My Motherland.’ Kitty Storrow, who sings the song at the Winter Gardens, is an artist with a future. So far as Blackpool is concerned, she has established herself and her song at one bound” (“Song Notes,” The Stage, 13 July 1916, p. 19).
Diamonds Band, in “Songs Of Blighty” (Zonophone Twin 1715,
Courtland & Jeffries (HMV B-765, 1916)
The Elliotts (The Winner 3059, 1916)
Florrie Forde (Zonophone 1725, 1916)
Stanley Kirkby (Coliseum 973; Jumbo ?, 1916)
Dorothy Ward (Regal G-7418, 1916)
The Unity Quartette (Columbia 2741, 1917)