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Long Ago - Jan Garber And His Orchestra - Long Ago / People Will Say Were In Love (Shellac)

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  1. Newest uploads! Autotwitter. Through the Great 78 Project the Internet Archive has begun to digitize 78rpm discs for preservation, research, and discovery with the help of George Blood, L.P.. 78s were mostly made from shellac, i.e., beetle resin, and were the brittle predecessors to the.
  2. jan garber & his orchestra: love or infatuation: dla/30/ jan garber & his orchestra: just a memory: dla/2/a: ben pollack and his orch: song of the islands: dlae/26/ charles e. king: b: ben pollack and his orch: i'm yours for the asking (v. frances hunt) dla=a/26/ bert kalmar - harry ruby:
  3. The Indianapolis times. [volume] (Indianapolis [Ind.]) , March 17, , Home Edition, Page PAGE 3, Image 3, brought to you by Indiana State Library, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
  4. Dec 06,  · They were known by the generation that they served: George Olson and Chuck Foster, Guy Lombardo, Jan Garber. Lega Sr. recalls listening to big bands on the radio when he was a teenager. ''I heard.
  5. submitted Jan Garber (The Idol Of The Air Lanes) People Will Say We're In Love. 11 days ago: submitted The King Sisters - The Answer Is Love. With Ray Bloch And His Orchestra / Ray Bloch And His Orchestra - You Keep Coming Back Like A Song / Begin The Beguine.
  6. Dec 30,  · H - Classics in Modern - Frank DeVol & His Orchestra [] Reissue of CC on a 10" LP. Also issued as a 45rpm EP set (EBF). The Lamp Is Low/If You Are But A Dream/The Breeze And I/Our Love/The Isle Of May/Moon Love H - More College Medleys - Jan Garber & His Orchestra [] Issue of CC on a 10" LP. Also issued as a 45rpm EP.
  7. May 14,  · Introduction Once upon a time, a long time ago, a small miracle took place in the brain of a man named Solomon Linda. It was , and he .
  8. U.S. label (). Another in a line of shadowy record labels produced by Eli Oberstein that was embroiled in controversy and intrigue in the s. This label was pressed by Scranton Button Company (later known as the Scranton Record Company) and credited to either Classic Record Company or Elite Record Mfgers. This was a cheaply produced label and retailed for .
  9. Anton, the Classics series were published in France so that is why they are (or were) so plentiful in Europe. When I lived in Europe I found a store with a couple hundred used copies and felt like a kid in a candy store. But alas, at $10/cd I could only afford so many. As it is, I brought back about cds of various types of music.

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