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1931 Greetings Card & CD

1931 Greetings Card & CD

♦ 20 Original Hits by Original Artists 

♦ CD with a quality three part gatefold GiftCard 

♦ High quality recordings from the Sony BMG music archive 

Price: £6.45
1931 A Time to Remember Greetings Card and 20 track CD.

Perhaps the most unusual and treasured gifts around - 20 Original hits from the year 1931, presented on a CD and mounted in a quality 3-part, gate-fold, GiftCard, complete with envelope (GiftCard, CD, and white envelope, are all sent in a protective outer).

Perfect as a gift; these high quality recordings are just as they were heard on the radio of the day. Family and friends can share the memories as the CD can be listened to time and time again.

Music fans will love them too; this is the real thing, the original hits, by the original artists, straight from the Sony BMG Music Library.

1931 Greetings Card & CD
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Product code: CD-1931  

On the Disk:- 1931 Greetings Card & CD

1. Bessie Smith - Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl
2.Duke Ellington - Rockin' In Rhythm
3. Louis Armstrong - When It's Sleepy Time Down South
4. New Mayfair Dance Orchestra - Goodnight Sweetheart
5. Pete Wheatstraw - Peetie Wheatstraw
6. Norman Long - Seven Veils
7. The Jack Hylton Orchestra - The Grasshoppers Dance
8. Leslie Sarony & Jack Hylton - Rhymes
9. Mildred Bailey & Hoagy Carmichael - Georgia On My Mind
10. The Roy Fox Band - Oh Mo'nah!
11. The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra - Sugar Foot Stomp
12. Louis Armstrong - Lazy River
13. Jimmie Rodgers - T.B. Blues
14. Sunny Clapp & His Band O' Sunshine - Come Easy, Go Easy
15. Mills Blue Rhythm Band - Heebie Jeebies
16. Bessie Smith - Shipwreck Blues
17. Duke Ellington - Hot & Bothered
18. Gene Autry - Do Right Daddy Blues
19. Norah Blaney - Oh! Mr. Porter
20. Louis Armstrong - When Your Lover Has Gone