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SOLD: 12" 78s - VARIOUS

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Prices as marked, plus Media Mail, plus insurance ($20 and over), in the USA only.
Please PM with your shipping address and selection(s).

The links are for content only, and were not made from my records.

Thanks for looking!
James.
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1932
Brunswick, 20106, V to V+, $12 SOLD
Casa Loma Orchestra with Connie Boswell
Washboard Blues / Four Indian Love Lyrics
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sLs15f5Q_g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OL-gKvKNnY
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1946(?)
AAFS Orchestra, D6-MC-5000 & 5001 (vinyl 78 rpm), V, $5 SOLD
Composed at Stalag Luft 1 POW Camp (Germany) during WW II
Low Is The Sun, composed by Lt. John Lashly
All Through The Night, composed by Lt. Harry Korger
A traveling “POW EXPOSITION” featuring simulated POW camp rooms, POW art, and items made in the camp. It travelled to many of the largest Department Stores in the country in 1946. These songs, written at Stalag Luft 1, were recorded and sold by RCA records in conjunction with C. Ross Greening’s traveling POW exhibit.
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Re: FOR SALE: 12" 78s & Cold War Transcription - VARIOUS

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RE: AAFS Orchestra, D6-MC-5000 & 5001 (vinyl 78 rpm), V, $5
Composed at Stalag Luft 1 POW Camp (Germany) during WW II
Low Is The Sun, composed by Lt. John Lashly
All Through The Night, composed by Lt. Harry Korger


Here is the story of Lt. Harry Korger:
http://www.musiques-regenerees.fr/Ghett ... Harry.html
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Stories of Stalag Luft 1 POW Camp:
http://www.merkki.com
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