Originally released in 1957, this reissue by Billy Vaughn (and His Orchestra) titled Golden Instrumentals is a decent orchestral blanket for those in need of sophisticated warmth. Not necessarily my cup o’ tea, but she fits a certain niche from time to time. Spin with disdain and extreme caution.
From the Six Fat Dutchmen, to Billy Vaughn, to the Lennon Sisters, to Pat Boone singing Hymns We Love, Dot Records is home to almost 600 albums, whose complete, full-color catalogue can be had for a measly double nickel. Unlock the door to the (piercing) enchanted sounds of Eddie Peabody on Man With the Banjo, or roll along with the Spaghetti Rag playin’ Jo Ann Castle on Ragtime Piano Gal, or better yet, exercise your inner desire for mid-50s variety shows with Calcutta! by Lawrence Welk. Yes, all the albums you could ever hope to want are here on Dot Records, so don’t delay! Cut and fill out the attached coupon, flip that puppy into an envelope and mail it to:
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Hollywood 28, Calif.
A lifetime worth of (regrettable) unforgettable musical euphoria awaits you!