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8 thoughts on “ Voices Of Spring - Ronnie Munro And His Orchestra* - Blue Danube (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kajikus
    Performer: RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Writer: Johann Strauss Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  2. Votaxe
    This is an Edison electric Diamond Disc, No "The Dance Of The Blue Danube" and "Missouri Squabble" played by Duke Yellman and His Orchestra. It comes in an original sleeve. From memory, but not promised, this copy came from a batch of New Old Stock I got in London in the plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo date: May 10,
  3. Kebei
    LPB 18 - Blue Danube - Ronnie Munro and Orchestra [] 10 Inch plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo Of Spring/Emperor Waltz/The Blue Danube/Artists' Life/Die Fledermaus Waltz/Wine, Women And Song/Vienna Blood/A Thousand And One Nights LPS 19 - Mantovani and His Orchestra - Mantovani and His Orchestra [] 10 Inch LP.
  4. Sabei
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Blue Danube - An Album Of Johann Strauss Waltzes on Discogs. Label: London Records - LA2 • Format: 4x, Shellac 10 Ronnie Munro And His Orchestra* - Blue Danube - An Album Of Johann Strauss Waltzes (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  5. Samuzilkree
    Nov 13,  · Ronnie Munro had a long and distinguished career, but these Parlophone records are where it started for him! He was director of the music on the .
  6. Malale
    B /S - Great Strauss Waltzes - Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra [] Blue Danube/Tales from the Vienna Woods/ and One Nights/Emperor Waltz/Voices of Spring/Roses from the South/Wine, Women and Song/Morgenblatter/Waltzes from Die Fledermaus and Gypsy Baron.
  7. Matilar
    Explore releases from Ronnie Munro & His Orchestra at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Ronnie Munro & His Orchestra at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Mashura
    Also appears as "Tops". Formed in Los Angeles, California in as Tops Music Enterprises by Carl Doshay and Sam Dickerman, two "rack jobbers" who sold used jukebox 78 RPM records to grocery stores, drug stores, five-and-dime stores and the like when they decided to enter the record business by recording and releasing.