What a wonderful old find for music lovers! This old vintage album contains sleeves containing twelve old 45rpm records. It says DECCA on the inside cover. The album is in nice condition for it's age, with a few tiny scuffs and edge wear, still displays beautifully. The inside cover has an inventory list so the owner can organize the records. Most all of the records are in good to extremely good condition ~ remarkable considering the age! The album measures 9" x 7.5".
The list of records is as follows:
1) "My Hero" (from the musical production "The Chocolate Soldier" "Tell Me Why" both by Ralph Flanagan & his orchestra (RCA Victor Records)
2) "How High The Moon" "Willow Weep For Me" both by Stan Kenton & his orchestra (Capitol Records)
3) "Artistry In Boogie" "Machito" both by Stan Kenton & his orchestra (Capitol Reecords)
4) "Who" & "The Song Is You" (both on side A) "Long Ago & Far Away" & "She Didn't Say Yes" (both on side B) all by Freddy Martin & his orchestra (vocal refrain by Merv Griffin) (RCA Victor Records)
5) "Way Back Home" "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" both by Ralph Flanagan & his orchestra (RCA Victor Records)
6) "The Bees and the Birds" "Real Gone Galoot" both by Yogi Yorgesson (Capitol Records)
7) "Don't Make Promises" "Woman, Woman" both by The Union Gap (Columbia Records)
8) "Lover" "The Peanut Vendor" both by Stan Kenton & his orchestra
9) "Lover - Part 1" "Lover - Part 2" both by Errol Garner (Modern Records-Hollywood)
10) "Eager Beaver" "Harlem Folk Dance" both by Stan Kenton & his orchestra (RCA Victor Records)
11) "Street Scene" "In a Persian Market" both by Ralph Marterie & his orchestra (Mercury Records)
12) "Artistry Jumps" "Artistry In Rhythm" both by Stan Kenton & his orchestra (Capitol Records)
This album would be an awesome gift for the vintage record lover in your life! The condition is really beautiful, even the record sleeves! A great collection.
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