7″ 45RPM Hello Dolly!/A Lot Of Livin’ To Do by Louis Armstrong And The All Stars from London American Recordings (HLR 9878)

7″ 45RPM Hello Dolly!/A Lot Of Livin’ To Do by Louis Armstrong And The All Stars from London American Recordings (HLR 9878). 1964 jazz single. In plain brown cardboard sleeve. Vinyl has minor scuffs but is in very good plus condition. £2.00

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Break-Through: An Introduction To Studio 2 Stereo from Music For Pleasure (MFP 1334)

Break-Through: An Introduction To Studio 2 Stereo from Music For Pleasure (MFP 1334). 1969 reissue of the easy listening album that includes the following:

A1 –Franck Pourcel This Is My Song 3:05

A2 –Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra Spanish Harlem 3:26

A3 –Wout Steenhuis Silhouette Hula 2:11

A4 –The Norman Newell Orchestra More 2:51

A5 –Joe Loss & His Orchestra Poppa Yo Quero (Cha Cha) 2:36

A6 –Manuel And The Music Of The Mountains Somewhere My Love 3:00

B1 –Ron Goodwin And His Orchestra 633 Squadron 2:51

B2 –Pepe Jaramillo And His Latin American Rhythm Exotica 2:20

B3 –Band Of The Irish Guards Michelle 3:32

B4 –Garry Blake And His Orchestra Strangers In The Night 2:45

B5 –Semprini Limelight/Theme From ‘Modern Times’ (Smile) 3:57

B6 –Eric Delaney And Louis Bellson St. Louis Blues March 3:05

Album has minor scuffs but is in very good plus condition. Sleeve has has some age related marks and small edge creases but is in very good condition. £1.50

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