Design: Appropriately, a very 'conservative' design, using a mix of sans serif and stub serif fonts. In the era between the two World Wars (in England), the colours representative of the political parties were yellow for (left-wing) Labour, blue for (centre-right) Liberal and red for (right-wing) Conservatives, thus making the background colour seen here appropriate. Since WWII, the colour preferences have switched, with red and orange being used for left-wing parties and blue for right-wingers. The song 'Sonny Boy' became immensely popular when sung by Al Jolson in a new 'talking' movie of 1928, The Singing Fool.
History: A political giveaway (likely for the 1935 General Election in Britain), promoting Stanley Baldwin as Prime Minister for a third term, and produced for the Conservative Party ('C.P.') by Columbia. You can listen to the record being played on Youtube. Label scan courtesy of UK collector Graham Farnell.