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August 24, 2009

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Listner Ralphine

Can't hear Hindustan without thinking of Tamar.

Jim

And in my humble opinion, Kraus's "Dizzy Fingers" can't touch this version: http://tinyurl.com/ltcta6

Walter Brennan

Thumping post! "The March of the Siamese Twins" - now that's one I'd like to hear...

Do you know what year this LP was printed? I can't see from the sleeves.

Cheerio!

Brad

I'm also interested in the year...

Bob Purse

Hi,

There is no date anywhere on this album, and 20 minutes of searching online turns up a few hits for references to the album, but no date. However, there is a specific date of spring 1957 for another Golden Crest album, "Don Redman's Park Ave Patter", with a label number of CR3017, barely a dozen releases after this one, so I'm guessing 1956 or '57.

Bob

michael C

you outed tamar's talkover music...naughty

Brad

Bob, thanks very much.

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