No, not mine anyway--it's a green and red design.
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>>> David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> 1/28/2008 9:44:50 AM >>>
Rings a bell..does it happen to have a white cover with blue printing?
Matthew Barton wrote:
> The album is "Greetings from Hollywood" and was issued by "American Entertainment Industries, Inc." in 1984 (AEI 2121). Most of the tracks seem to be from radio broadcasts or movies.
> Matthew Barton
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>>>> David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> 1/27/2008 4:11:14 PM >>>
> This appeared on 78-C. Anyone know the album? dl
> I'm looking for a 33 rpm LP I bought about 25 years ago, while living in Los
> Angeles. It was a Christmas album called something like Christmas With the
> Stars. There are several other LP's (and now CD's) out there with the same
> title, though they're not the one I'm looking for.
> The LP I'm looking for has several recordings on it that are, apparently,
> nowhere to be found in print and I've tried. Among them are Il Est Ne, Le Divin
> Enfant by the French singer Edith Piaf; O Holy Night by Robert Merrill (made
> before a live audience during WW II, I think); O Come All Ye Faithful by Judy
> Garland: and a song called Isn't It a Shame that Christmas Comes But Once a
> Year by Jimmy Durante.
> I'd have thought that everything Edith Piaf, Robert Merrill and Judy Garland
> (three of the most famous singers of the last 100 years) had ever recorded
> would be available in print somewhere, but apparently not so. (The recording of
> O Holy Night by Merrill with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which I have on
> CD, isn't the same recording and isn't as good, imho).
> Does anyone have any ideas as to where I might be able to buy a copy of this
> LP in good or better condition?
> I've been looking for this particular LP off and on for several years now,
> without success.
> Any and all ideas are greatly apprecited.
> Thanks a bunch.