Turner Layton - Primrose Hill (Shellac)

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  1. Aug 07,  · pick any 6 from the below list of UK issue 78rpm shellac records from through tiatinanobusvobespawiniverba.coinfo in visually playable minimum condition VG, many EX, will all be cleaned before posting with ionized water and dried immediately. all in sleeves, some original company paper or shop printed card sleeves - NOTE: a minority of sleeves have tape repairs to edges where .
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  3. Shellac Stack No. breezes along to Georgia — and thirteen other U.S. states with the help of George Olsen, Eddie South, Mike Jackson, Arthur Schutt, the Club Royal Orchestra, Turner Layton, and others. Shellac Stack No.
  4. / Lionel Bart -- The old spinning wheel / Billy Hill -- On the sunny side of the street / Jimmy McHugh -- On behalf of the visiting firemen / Walter Donaldson -- On Broadway / Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Mike Stoller and Jerry Leiber -- One fine day / Gerry Goffin and Carole King -- Oh, my darling Clementine / Percy Montrse -- Oh!
  5. by Turner Layton and Henry S. Creamer performed by Django Reinhardt Afternoon In Paris by John Lewis Again Blueberry Hill by Vincent Rose, Larry Stock and Al Lewis performed by Fats Domino Blues By Five by Joe Primrose St. Louis Blues by W. C. Handy St. Thomas by Sonny Rollins Stand Up, Sit Down by Bill Frisell.
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  7. Additional music by Herbert Reynolds, James F. Hanley, Jimmie Duffy, Henry Creamer and Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton]. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire, Evelyn Law, Ada Fields, James Reynolds and Cora MacGeachy. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 5 Jun ( performances).
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