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August 27, 2007

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Edith Frost

Pretty sure it's a Twinkie...

Edith Frost

p.s. Here's where I originally found this MP3, some years ago...

http://www.ontology.com/canton/weird/records/

this seems to be the napolitan song

http://www.sorrentoradio.com/prova/testinapoli/doc333.htm

David

I have a few of these musical postcards, they are a bit weird but I have never seen one with a girl in national costume which I believe is from Central America. I don't think that is a plaid shirt she is wearing but the coloured ends of her hair braids (but I shall always think of her as Pebbles!).
Regarding the tune, with the Fonoscope series they usually print the song title/composer on the back of the card (bottom left in magenta). It is certainly not Italian but a Latin American/Central American folk song.

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