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Ethel Merman: Songs She Has Made Famous (1949) Decca 10" LP with Cole Porter tunes

Ethel Merman: Songs She Has Made Famous (1949) Decca 10" LP with Cole Porter tunes

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This is a 33 rpm 10" album, with sleeve, titled "Ethel Merman: Songs She Has Made Famous," featuring mostly Cole Porter tunes. Jay Blackton directs the orchestra. The songs are:

1. "You're the Top" (from "Anything Goes");
2. "I Get a Kick out of You" (from "Anything Goes");
3. "Eadie Was a Lady" (from "Take a Chance");
4. "Blow, Gabriel, Blow" (from "Anything Goes");
5. "I Got Rhythm" (from George & Ira Gershwin's "Girl Crazy");
6. "It's De-Lovely" (from "Red Hot and Blue"); and
7. ""Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" (from "George White Scandals of 1931).

Picture sleeve, with extensive liner notes on reverse.

This record, which is on the Decca label (DL 5053) and dated 1949, is in Good condition. Please note that this disk has been well enjoyed for many years. There is some surface noise and some skips.

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