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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY,

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i To introduce you to THE RCA VICTOR POPULAR ALBUM CLUB
! and the wide choice you will always have as a member...'
. BELAFONTE Heart.
warming collection of his
F.,,IF YOU AGREE TO BUY FIVE ALBUMS FROM THE CLUB DURING THE best-loved folk songs,
w . us-spirituals, blues, ballads,
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NEXT TWELVE MONTHS FROM AT LEAST 100 TO BE MADE AVAILABLE bcanpss, icludinScarlet
Ribbons, Noah,WRaterboy,
Sylvie, Troubles, Matilda.

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3. CAROUSEL Rodgers.
and Hammerstein's beau-
tifully melodic score
superbly sung by Robert
Merrill, Patrice Munsel,
Florence Henderson,
Gloria Lane and cast.

2. MUSIC FOR DINING
The Melachrino Strings
fn rich renditions of
popular favorites and
light classics: September
Song, Charmaine, Diane,
Warsaw Concerto, others.

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T"s exciting new plan, under the direction of the
Book-of-the-Month Club, enables you to have on tap a
variety of popular music ... and, once and for all, takes
bewilderment out of building such a well-balanced collec-
tion, YOU PAY FAR LESS FOR ALBUMS THIS WAY
than if you buy them haphazardly. For example, the
extraordinary introductory offer described here can repre-
sent as much as a 40% saving in your first year of member.
ship. Thereafter, through the Club's Record-Dividend Plan,
YOU SAVE ALMOST 33/%3 of the manufacturer's nation-
ally advertised price. After buying the five albums called
for in this offer, you will receive a free 12-inch 33/ R.P.M.
album, with a retail price of at least $3.98, for every two
albums purchased from the Club. A WIDE CHOICE OF
RCA VICTOR ALBUMS will be described each month. One
will be singled out as the album-of-the-month. If you want it,
you do nothing; it will come to you automatically. If you
prefer an alternate-or nothing at all-you can make your
wishes known on a simple form always provided. You pay
the nationally advertised price-usually $3.98, at times
$4.98 (plus a small postage and handling charge).

6. THE DESERT SONG
A glorious new recording
of Romberg's melodious
operetta, one of the great
hits of the musical stage.
Giorgio Tozzi, large cast;
Lehman Engel conductor.

7.GISELE La MacKenzie
sings ballads with Axel
Stordahl's Orchestra.
Stranger in Paradise, Hey
There, Half As Much, Ebb
Tide, Too YounMMoon.
glow, Unchaine Melody.

S. MUSIC FOR RELAX-
ATION The Melachrino
Strings in romantic read-
ings of Star Dust, Autumn
Leaves, By the Sleepy
Lagoon, dhile We s
Young and others.

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11. COMO'S GOLDEN
RECORDS 14 of Perry's
million sellers: 'Til the
End of Time, Prisoner of
Love, Don't Let the Stars
Get in Your Eyes, Wanted,
Temptation, and others.

12. BEST LOVED SA-
CRED SONGS 12 top
samples from 12 top reli-
gious albums in one spe-
cial collection. Mario
Lanza, Marian Anderson,
Shaw Chorale, etc.\

I. FRANKIE CARLE'S
SWEETHEARTS Carle,
with his dancey piano
breezing through 12 fa-
vorites including Nola,
Laura, Peg o' My Heart,
You and 1 and' others.

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16. DAMN YANKEES
Original soundtrack
recording of new film
version. Stars Gwen Ver-'
don, Tab Hunter, Ray
Walston. Whatever Lola
Wants, Heart, etc.

21. JAMAICA Orignal
Cast album of the big
Broadway hit show.
Score by Harold Arlen,
E. Y. Harburg. Starring
Lena Horne and Ricardo
Montalbanwithlargeiast.

17. AROUND THE
WORLD Frankie Carle
and his orchestra swing.
ing through LochLomond,
Dardanella, Hindustan,
Blue Hawaii, American
Patrol and others.

18. WE JUST COULDN'T
SAY GOODBYE Barbara
Carroll plays modern
/ mood piano with sensitive
jazz touch. Her best. In-
cludes These Foolish
Things, All of You, etc.
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30. GIG! Songs from the
melodious, film score by
Lerner and Loewe, writers
of My Fair Lady, sung
by Gogi Grant and Tony
Martin with rich orches-
tral backing and chorus.

19. WELCOME TO MY
HEART GogiGrant sings
12 standard ballads in a
warm, womanly style.
Love Letters, How Deep Is
the Ocean?, They Didn't
Believe Me, Paradise, etc.

20. THE KING PLAYS
SOME ACES Xavier
Cugat's latest: his biggest
hits in hi fi. Green Eyes,
Dye Negra, Adios, Mambo
No. 5, Linda Mujer, Chia
Chiu, Baia, more.

22. LARRY CLINTON IN 23. SCRAPBOOK The
HI FITheDipsyDoodler's Voices of Walter Schu-
biggest hits newly recut. mann sing mellow mood
My Reverie, Deep Purple, music, varied program of
Heart and Soul, Our Love, standards, light classics,
Martha and others. Helen Autumn Nocturne, 1l'
Ward vocals. Remember April, etc.

24. THE MIGHTY WUR-
LITZER AND THE
ROARING HI-FI TWEN-
TIES Mighty pipe-organ
sounds, Leonard Leigh
plays. Huge range of tonal
colors in highest fi.

25. L'ET'S DANCE WITH
THE THREE SUNS Forty
top standards and show
tunes by Kern, Rodgers,
Porter, Gershwin, etc.,
in a dancey supper-club
"society" style.

34. GIRL OF MY
DREAMS All"dream",
instrumentals by Ronnie
Binge's orchestra of Lon-
don. When I Grow Too
Old to Dream, il See You
in My Dreams, others.

28. SING WITH A BEAT
Bing Crosby on ajazz
j lark, abetted by Bob
Scobey and his all-stars.
12 oldies, including
Exactly Like You, Let a
Smile Be Your Umbrella.

29. GONE WITH THE
WIND Max Steiner con-
ducts music from great
motion pictures. Gone
with the Wind, Charge of
the Light Brigade, The
Stolen Life, others.

31. SENOR FLAMINGO
Herb Jeffries sings his hit
Flamingo, plus virile bari-
tone solos on Come Closer
to Me, There Goes My
Heart, Poinciana, other
Latin-derived standards.
43. MERRY PQLKAS
The Six Fat Dutchmen
have a load of fun with
12 rollicking polkas.
Schnitzelbank, Cornhusker,
Old Heidelberg Polka, I
Love to Dance and others.

32. STUDENT PRINCE
Mario Lanza sings Rom-
berg's hit songs-Sere.;
nade; Deep in My Heart,
Dear; etc.-other great
songs by Lehar, Rodgers,
Brodszky, Coward.

33. STRAUSS WALTZ-
ESMelachrinoOrchestra,
great sound.Blue Danube,
Tales from the Vienna
Woods, Artists' Life, Em-
peror Waltz, Voices of
Spring, Wiener Blut, etc.

83. MOONGLOW Artie
Shaw and his two most
successful bands. Collec.
tor's gem with Begin the
Beguine, Nightmare, Star
Dust, Frenesi, Dancing in
the Dark, other big ones.

84. THE TREMBLING
OF A LEAFRay Hartley
-piano with orchestra.
Rhapsodic mood music
with a classical tinge. My
Foolish Heart, The Song Is
You, Sleepy Lagoon, etc.
48. YES INDEEDI The
all-time-great hits by
Tommy Dorsey from the
years with Sinatra, Staf-
ford, Berigan. Includes
Marie, Boogie Woogie,
Song of India, Star Dust.

85. THE GREAT 16
Muggsy Spanier's Rag-
time Band. Complete set
of 16 historic jazz gems.
Mandy, Bluin' the Blues,
That Da Da Strain, Sister
Kate, Dinah, others.

40. BRASS' & PER-
CUSSION Hi-fi show-
piecel Morton Gould
Symphonic Band in 17
marches by Sousa, Gold.
man, etc. Stars and Stripes
Forever and others.

41 LET'S CHA CHA
WITH PUENTE The most
popular cha cha band in
all Yankeeland. With a
strong beat and perfect
tempos for dancing. Mod-
era big-band sound.

42.DANCING WITH=
THE BLUES Al Nevins
Orchestra. The distinc-
tive dance set of the year.
Airy swing band plus spe-
cial strings. Sugar Blues,
Basin Street Blues, etc.
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54. MARIAN ANDER-
SON SINGS SPIRIT-
UALS Reissued for col-
lectors. One of the all-time
great vocal collections.
ometimes 1 Feel Like a
Motherless Child, etc.

44. A NIGHT AT THE
COPACABANA WITH
TONY MARTIN On-the-
spot recording of his night-
club show. Chatter and
songs: Arrividerci Roma,
Autumn Leaves, etc.

52. POP GOES THE,
SWINGIN' MARCHIN'
BAND Rockin'and dance-
able versions of current
rock-and-roll hits, plaved
b marching band. Sail
Aong Silv'ry Moon, etc.

53. BOSTON POPS
PICNIC All-time favor-
ites by world's favorite
light concert orchestra,
Arthur Fiedler conduct-
in&. Jalousie, Malagueiaa,
in a Persian Market, etc.

55. A TREASURY OF 56. FREDDY MARTIN
HYMNS Virgil Fox plays AT THE COCOANUT
the Hammond Concert GROVE 12 most popular
Organ at Chapel of the requests. Dancing in the
Incarnation, New York Dark, Carioca, Time on
City. Holy, Holy, Holy; My Hands, Be in the
Abide with Me, 17 in all. Beguine. Wunderbr, etc.

45. GLENN MILLER
Original versions of the
great Miller hits featured
in "The Glenn Miller
Story." In the Mood,
String of Pearls, Little
Brown Jug, others.
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57. LENA HORNE AT
THE WALDORF AS-
TORIA On-the-spot re-
cording of her sensational
night-club appearance.
Show tunes and special,
special material.
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69. THE FAMILY ALL
TOGETHER Arthur
Fiedler leads the Boston
Pops Orchestra in light
classics and noivelties:
Warsaw Concerto, Clair
de Lune and more.

46. LULLABY OF BIRD-
LAND 12 different ver-
sions of jazz classic.
Bands, pianists, jazz
groups. Shorty Rogers,
Andre Previn, Tony
Scott, Charlie Barnet.

47. THE COMPLETE
TONY SCOTT Top poll.
winning jazz clarinetist
with big all-star band.
Modern, -hard-swinging,
extended versions of
Moonlight Cocktail, others.

49. CARMEN JONES
Original film soundtrack
recording. Bizet's exciting
music, Oscar Hammer-
stein's sparkling lyrics.
Starring Pearl Bailey,
Marilynn Horne.

58. THE NUTCRACKOR 59. GERSHWIN: RHAP-
SUITE Excerpts from SODY IN BLUE; GROFE:
Tchaikovsky's delightful GRAND CANYON SUITE
ballet music, played by (Excerpts) Hugo Win-
the Boston Pops Orches- terhalter's Orchestra;
tra, Arthur Fiedler con- Byfon Janis, pianist. Two
ducting. modern classics.

60. CARLOSMONTOYA 61. WE GET LETTERS
AND HIS FLAMENCO Perry Como sings 12 great
GUITAR A guitar recital standards. Among them:
by the greatest living S'posin', They Can't Take
exponent of Spanish That Away from Me,
gypsy music. Stirring, Swingin Down the Lane,
haunting, colorful. Sleepy Time Gal.

62. GUIDE TO JAZZ
Armstrong, Basie, Dodds,
Ellington, Waller, Hamp-
ton, Hawkins, Morton,
Henderson, Hines, more
jazz greats in generous
historical anthology.

71. SOUR KRAUT IN
HI-FI Hi-fi hilarity with
the Guckenheimer Sour
Kraut Band fracturing
Poet and Peasant Overture,
Wien -Wien, Skaters
Waltz and many more.

63. LATIN AIRS Luis
Arcaraz Orchestra. Latin
and jazz standards in
modern, big-band cha cha
style. I've Got the World
on a String, Solitude, Fas-
cination, others.
75. DILO (UGH!) Peres
Prado's band, exciting
modern Latin dance fare.
Includes his hit cha cha
Patricia, also Back Bay
Shuffle, Bandido, Monitor
Mambo, others.

64. AIN'T MISBE-
HAVIN' Fats Waller, the
jolly genius of jazz, plays
and sings 12 of his best:
Your Feet's Too Big, Two
Sleepy People, Honey.,
suckle Rose, others.

65. THE MAGIC OF
ANDY RUSSELL Hishits
re-recorded in hi fi, in-
eluding Amor, You Belong
to My Heart, Besame
Mucho, Without You, Time
Was, and others.

66. RALPH FLANAGAN
IN HI-FI Remakes of the
band's biggest dance hits.
Miller-inspired arrange-
ments of Hot Toddy, M
Hero, Giannina Mia, Josh.
ua, Where or When, et.

67. I BELIEVE Perry
Como's evergreen hit col-
lection of inspirational
songs of all faiths, includ-
ing Schubert's Ave Maria,
The Lord's Prayer, Bless
This House, Kol Nidre.

68.BOU UET OF
BLUES Dinah Shore sings
blues and torch songs.
Blues in the Night, Born
to Be Blue, Lonesome
Woman; Memphis Blues,
St. Louis Blues, etc.

70. SCOTTISH SPLEN-
DOR Pipes, drums, regi-
mental band of the Black
Watch. Rousing, fiery
music in highest fi.
Marches, brass ceremo-
nials, bagpipe medleys.

72. A DOZEN HITS:
EDDY ARNOLD Tennes-
see Waltz; Cold, Cold
Heart; I Love You So
Much It Hurts; You Can't
Be True, Dear; Don't Fence
Me In. Country flavor.

73. THE EYES OF LOVE
Hugo Winterhalter's
Orchestra in dreamy, fa-
miliar, romantic tunes.
I Only Have Eyes for You,
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,
I'll Be Seeing You, etc.

74. UNDER ANALYSIS
Sauter-Finegan Orches-
tra rearranges old hits
of other barids for mod-
ern hi-fi listening. Got a
Date with an Angel, I's a
Lonesome Old Town, etc.

ALL ALBUMS ARE 12-INCH 331/3 R.P.M. LONG-PLAYING
x THE RCA VICTOR POPULAR ALBUM CLUB UP2-6
t P. O. Box 80, Village Station, New York 14, N.'Y.
O Please register me as a member of The RCA VICTOR (plus a small postage and handling charge). Thereafter, ;
, Popular Album Club and send me the five albums whose I need buy only four such albums in any twelve-month a
numbers I have circled below, for which I will pay $3.98, period to maintain membership. I may cancel my
.: plus a small postage and handling charge. I agree to buy membership any time after buying five albums from the
five other albums offered by the Club within the next year, Club (in addition to those included in this introductory
' for each of which I will be billed at the manufacturer's offer). After my fifth purchase, if I continue, for every
nationally advertised price: usually $3.98, at times $4.98 two albums I buy I may choose a third album: free.

76. THE NEW GLENN
MILLER ORCHESTRA
IN Hi FI Traditional
Miller style, modern
repertoire with Ray
Mciney. On the Street
Where You Live. etc.
a KVWA.~t

77. THE' TOUCH OF
EDDIE -HEYWOOD
Relaxed trio plays 12
sophisticated favorites,
including Summertime,
The Man I Love, On the
Street Where You Live, etc.

78. SIDE BY SIDE: THE
ALLEY SINGERS,
Rough-and-ready duo
belts out pldies-a great
laugh disc for 'parties.
My Gal Sal, Charlie My
Boy and others.

79. THE DRUM SUITE
Progressive jazz compo-
sition by Manny Albam
and Ernie Wilkins. Dra-
matically exciting work
in six movements for four
drums and jazz orchestra.

80. CARIOCA Russ
Garcia Orchestra in spar-
kling, colorful Brazilian
carnival tunes, mostly
sambas. Includes Deli.
cado, Baia, Ba-Tu-Ca-Da,
Cas Cae and others.

81. RED PLAYS THE
BLUES Red Norvo's
jazz vibes with all-star
r combo and big bard.
Solos by Ben Webster,
Harry Edison, Willie
Smith and others.

82. CAMPUS HOP Harry
Warren hits played by
Dave Pell's modern jazz
octet. Cheerful Little Ear-
ful, Remember Me, Lulu's
Back in Town, By the
River Sainte Marie, etc.

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