Just one look at this old record pulled from my stack and I could just hear that song "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" echoing across my memories. At last on a turntable, I wasn't disappointed. Numbered LOC-1032 by RCA Victor, step back 57 years and hear for yourself the original soundtrack recording created by Rodgers & Hammerstein. First as a successful 1949 Broadway musical and then in 1958 the film production. So popular that today South Pacific is a classic.
Film featured Mitzi Gaynor, Rossano Brazzi (shown on the album), and John Kerr. Other old familiar songs include: `Some Enchanted Evening,' `Happy Talk,' and `There Is Nothin' Like A Dame.' Original sleeve included which advertises other RCA records and on the back explains What is Stereophonic Sound? (see photos). This LP has been recently cleaned, tested, and approved for your listening pleasure. Sounds great. All records will be shipped in approved record mailers.
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