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breakthrough various artists - mfp 1334

£5.99

Product description

An introduction to Studio 2 Stereo

Franck Pourcel - This Is My Song (from 'A Countess in Hong Kong')
Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra - Spanish Harlem
Wout Steenhuis - Silhouette Hula
The Norman Newell Orchestra - More (Theme from 'Mondo Cane')
Joe Loss and his Orchestra - Poppa yo quero (Cha Cha)
Manuel and the Music of the Mountains - Somewhere My Love (Lara's Theme from 'Dr Zhivago')

Ron Goodwin and his Orchestra - 633 Squadron
Pepe Jaramillo and his Latin American Rhythm - Exotica
Band of the Irish Guards, conducted by Major C. H. Jaeger, Mus. Bac., LRAM, ARSM, psm. - Michelle
Garry Blake and his Orchestra - Strangers in the Night (from 'A Man Could Get Killed')
Semprini - (a) Limelight; (b) Theme from 'Modern Times' (Smile)
Eric Delaney and Louis Bellson - St. Louis Blues March

Bottom of outer sleeve needs gluing

Item details

Band/artist(s):
various artists
Catalogue number:
mfp 1334
Condition:
Good
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Music for Pleasure / emi records
Sleeve condition:
Good

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

An introduction to Studio 2 Stereo

Franck Pourcel - This Is My Song (from 'A Countess in Hong Kong')
Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra - Spanish Harlem
Wout Steenhuis - Silhouette Hula
The Norman Newell Orchestra - More (Theme from 'Mondo Cane')
Joe Loss and his Orchestra - Poppa yo quero (Cha Cha)
Manuel and the Music of the Mountains - Somewhere My Love (Lara's Theme from 'Dr Zhivago')

Ron Goodwin and his Orchestra - 633 Squadron
Pepe Jaramillo and his Latin American Rhythm - Exotica
Band of the Irish Guards, conducted by Major C. H. Jaeger, Mus. Bac., LRAM, ARSM, psm. - Michelle
Garry Blake and his Orchestra - Strangers in the Night (from 'A Man Could Get Killed')
Semprini - (a) Limelight; (b) Theme from 'Modern Times' (Smile)
Eric Delaney and Louis Bellson - St. Louis Blues March

Bottom of outer sleeve needs gluing

Band/artist(s):
various artists
Catalogue number:
mfp 1334
Condition:
Good
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Music for Pleasure / emi records
Sleeve condition:
Good

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