MR 1° SIDE 1: Tchaikovsky: SYMPHONY NO. 6 IN B MINOR (Pathetique) -- Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor.
MR 2° THE PAJAMA GAME -- The last word in Broadway entertainment, this original cast version features fifteen full-length production numbers from the famous show starring John Raitt, Janis Paige, Eddie Foy, Jr. and Carol Haney. $4.95
JR 3° WALT DISNEY'S DAVY CROCKETT -- KING OF THE WILD FRONTIER -- featuring Fess Parker and Buddy Ebsen, orchestra conducted by George Bruno: Davy Crockett -- Indian Fighter; Davy Crockett Goes to Congress; Davy Crockett At The Alamo. CHAMPION (The Horse No Man Could Ride) -- Gene Autry, with supporting cast. $3.25
CR 4° SIDE 1: ROMANTIC MOODS -- Percy Faith and His Orchestra: I'll Take Romance, The Girl That I Marry, Carousel Waltz, The Nearness Of You, plus six other mood favorites.
CR 5° SIDE 1: MUSIC OF COLE PORTER -- André Kostelanetz and His Orchestra: Begin The Beguine, In The Still Of The Night, Night And Day, and five more Porter favorites.
MR 6° PAUL GREGORY PRESENTS THE FIRST DRAMA QUARTETTE -- starring Charles Boyer, Cedric Hardwicke, Charles Laughton, Agnes Moorehead in Bernard Shaw's DON JUAN IN HELL -- directed by Charles Laughton. $3.95
CR 7 SIDE 1: MUSIC UNTIL MIDNIGHT -- Percy Faith and Mitch Miller: Nocturne, Elaine, The River, Music Until Midnight, Contrasts, and seven other delightful melodies.
CR 8 SIDE 1: I LOVE PARIS -- Michel Legrand and His Orchestra: I Love Paris, Autumn Leaves, Under The Bridges of Paris, Paris In The Spring, April In Paris, La Vie En Rose, The Last Time I Saw Paris, and nine other Parisian favorites.
CR 9 SIDE 1: SOUNDSTAGE (Hi Fi From Hollywood) -- Paul Weston and His Orchestra: Gone With The Wind, Love Letters, Duel In The Sun, The Song Of Bernadette, A Streetcar Named Desire, For Whom The Bell Tolls, and six more movie-made hits.
CR 10* SIDE 1: ANNIVERSARY SONGS -- Ken Griffin at the Wurlitzer Organ: The Anniversary Waltz, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Remember, Anniversary Song, I Love You Truly, and seven other sentimental favorites.
CR 11 SIDE 1: COLUMBIA HALL OF FAME -- Percy Faith, Doris Day, Mitch Miller, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Les Elgart, Woody Herman, Jo Stafford & Paul Weston, Harry James -- Swedish Rhapsody, Percy Faith -- Hey There, Rosemary Clooney -- Make Love To Me, Jo Stafford & Paul Weston -- The Yellow Rose of Texas, Mitch Miller -- Secret Love, Doris Day -- Stranger In Paradise, Tony Bennett and seven more all-time hits made famous by Columbia stars.
CR 12 SIDE 1: FAMOUS OPERETTAS -- Morton Gould and His Orchestra: Lehar, The Merry Widow -- Friml, The Vagabond King -- Kern, The Cat and The Fiddle -- Oscar Strauss, A Waltz Dream -- Kalman, Sari.
CR 13* SIDE 1: SWING AND SWAY with SAMMY KAYE: Yes Sir, That's My Baby; Daddy; Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone; Sweet Sue, Just You; and eight more Swing and Sway selections.
CR 14* SIDE 1: BLACK MAGIC -- André Kostelanetz and His Orchestra: That Old Black Magic, Our Waltz, Limehouse Blues, Easy To Love, with four other famous Kosty arrangements.
CR 15 SIDE 1: HOW HI THE FI -- A Buck Clayton Jam Session Featuring Woody Herman: How Hi The Fi, Blue Moon.
MR 16 KISMET: The famous original cast Broadway musical starring Alfred Drake with Doretta Morrow, in a full-length recording of the scintillating score full of all the hit songs loved by millions. $4.95
MR 17 HOUSE OF FLOWERS: The original cast version of the Broadway hit show, with music by Harold Arlen and book by Truman Capote. You will enjoy fifteen top numbers performed exactly as they were in the theater when this long-run hit was the talk of The Great White Way. $4.95
MR 18* KISS ME, KATE: Still another gem from Columbia's fabulous catalog of original cast Broadway musicals, this one from the pen of Cole Porter. Seventeen selections sung by an all-star cast led by Alfred Drake, Patricia Morison, Lisa Kirk and Harold Lang. $4.95
MR 19* Beethoven: SYMPHONY NO. 5 IN C MINOR, SYMPHONY NO. 1 IN C MAJOR, Bruno Walter conducting the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York. $3.95
MR 20 SIDE 1: Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade.
MR 21 SIDE 1: Offenbach: Gaité Parisienne Ballet -- (Arranged by Manuel Rosenthal - complete version). The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor.
MR 22 SIDE 1: PORTS OF CALL: Ravel: Bolero, La Valse.
MR 23 SIDE 1: Bizet: Carmen, Opera For Orchestra. André Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.
MR 24 SIDE 1: I CAN HEAR IT NOW -- Vol. I. Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly -- Edward R. Murrow, Narrator. Featuring the voices of Will Rogers, Duke of Windsor, Huey Long, La Guardia, Roosevelt, Chamberlain, Hitler, Lindbergh, Al Smith, Mussolini, Churchill, Wendell Wilkie, Eisenhower, Stalin, Thomas E. Dewey, Truman, MacArthur.
MR 25 THE GREATEST MOMENTS IN SPORTS. A priceless recording of actual sporting events and the voices of the star athletes who participated. You will hear such greats as Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Joe Louis and many others. $2.95
MR 26* SIDE 1: YOU ARE THERE. (Produced and directed by Robert Lewis Shayon) THE SIGNING OF THE MAGNA CHARTA -- June 19, 1215 (Script by Henry Walsh and Robert Lewis Shayon) as reported by C.B.S. Correspondents in the Columbia Broadcasting System's radio programs with John Daly, Ken Roberts, Don Hollenbeck and Quincy Howe.
JR 27 SIDE 1: NOW WE KNOW Series (Songs To Learn By). Tom Glazer with Orchestra and Chorus: What Makes The Weather?, Why Does A Bee Buzz?, Why Do Stars Twinkle?, Why Can't I See In The Dark?, Why Are Bananas Picked Green?, How Do Seeds Of Plants Travel?, What Foods Should We Eat Every Day? -- PAUL TRIPP (Mr. I. Magination) with Orchestra and Chorus: We Know The World Is Round, What's Inside Our Earth?, How Many Colors Are In The Rainbow?, Do Animals Talk To One Another?
JR 28 SIDE 1: THE STORY OF LITTLE CHAMP. Gene Autry with cast, Carl Cotner Orchestra. Parts 1 and 2; GENE AUTRY AT THE RODEO. Gene Autry with Supporting cast, Cass County Boys, Carl Cotner Orchestra. (Parts 1 and 2)
JR 29 SIDE 1: GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS; THE GINGERBREAD BOY. David Allen, Narrator with Orchestra.
JR 30* SIDE 1: TIGER (Bring 'Em Back Alive) (Story adapted by Peter Steele and Hecky Krasno from Frank Buck's "Bring 'Em Back Alive"); FRANK BUCK -- Merrill E. Joels, narrator, with supporting cast. Vocals by the Southernaires. Orchestra conducted by Spencer Odom -- RHUMPY THE RHINO. Craig McDonnell as Rhumpy, Karl Weber, narrator, with supporting cast and orchestra.
JR 31* SIDE 1: ROCKY JONES AND THE SPACE PIRATES: Story with Sound Effects -- SHIPWRECKED ON PLANET X: Rocky Jones with Supporting Cast -- SPACE SHIP TO MARS: Paul Tripp as Mr. I. Magination.
JR 32* SIDE 1: TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA. Jules Verne. Adaptation, Charles Dexter -- Narration, Raymond Edward Johnson (Beginning).
JR 33* SIDE 1: FAMOUS FAIRY TALES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. Adaptation, Charles Dexter -- Narration, Raymond Edward Johnson: The Emperor's New Clothes, Red Shoes.
CR 34 SIDE 1: MELODIES FROM BROADWAY -- Lee Raine and His Orchestra. Sixteen great hits from famous Broadway musicals. Such as Summertime (from Porgy and Bess), You'll Never Walk Alone (Carousel) and The Girl That I Marry (Annie Get Your Gun).
CR 35* SIDE 1: CONTINENTAL FAVORITES -- Lee Raine and His Orchestra: Vienna, City of My Dreams; Parlez-Moi D'Amour; Loch Lomond; Barcarolle; and eleven more charming selections make up this melodic collection designed for reminiscent listening.
CR 36 FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE -- Lee Raine and His Orchestra: Dancing In The Dark, Love Is The Sweetest Thing, Flamingo, I'll Remember April, Stormy Weather, Smoke Gets In You Eyes and twenty-five other top melodies for your listening pleasure. $1.95
CR 37 THE COLUMBIA ALBUM OF GEORGE GERSHWIN -- Percy Faith and His Orchestra. SIDE 1: Fascinatin' Rhythm, A Foggy Day, Soon, Clap Yo' Hands, Embraceable You, Mine, Somebody Loves Me, I Got Plenty O' Nuttin', Summertime, Bess, You Is My Woman Now, My Man's Gone Now, Nice Work If You Can Get It, For You, For Me, For Everyone, Liza.
CR 38 THE COLUMBIA ALBUM OF JEROME KERN -- Paul Weston and His Music From Hollywood SIDE 1: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, You Are Love, She Didn't Say Yes, They Didn't Believe Me, Why Was I Born?, Who?, Yesterdays, All The Things You Are, Why Do I Love You, The Touch Of Your Hand, Look For The Silver Lining, The Song Is You.
CR 39 THE COLUMBIA ALBUM OF RICHARD RODGERS -- André Kostelanetz and His Orchestra SIDE 1: How Was I To Know?, A Ship Without A Sail, You Took Advantage Of Me, Soliloquy, Waltzes: Wait 'Till You See Her, The Most Beautiful Girl In The World, Lover, Carousel Waltz, Do I Love You, Ev'ry Sunday Afternoon, Have You Met Miss Jones?, Over And Over Again, Little Girl Blue, Thou Sweet, I Could Write A Book, It's A Grand Night For Singing.
CR 40 COLUMBIA ALBUM OF COLE PORTER -- Michel Legrand and His Orchestra SIDE 1: Begin The Beguine, In The Still Of The Night, Just One Of Those Things, Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye, What Is This Thing Called Love, True Love, Ridin' High, Love Of My Life, Too Darn Hot, So In Love, Don't Fence Me In, Anything Goes.
MR 41 MY FAIR LADY -- SIDE 1: Overture, Why Can't The English?, Wouldn't It Be Loverly, With A Little Bit Of Luck, I'm An Ordinary Man, Just You Wait, The Rain In Spain, I Could Have Danced All Night.
CR 42 COLUMBIA HALL OF FAME, VOLUME II -- SIDE 1: Johnny Mathis, Ray Ellis, Tony Bennett, Percy Faith, Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Norman Petty Trio, Les Elgart, Vic Damone.
° These records comprise the library which you receive with the machine.
* Material available November 15, 1955. Other items available now.
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