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Glenn Miller 78 rpm record, "Under Blue Canadian Skies" b/w "Adios"
 

Glenn Miller 78 rpm record, "Under Blue Canadian Skies" b/w "Adios"

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This is a 78rpm record from Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. On the A side is "Under Blue Canadian Skies" (vocals by Ray Eberle), and on side B is "Adios."

This record, which is on the Bluebird label, is in Very Good to Excellent condition: there are some scratches, but no serious ones.

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Keywords: jazz, swing, big band
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