Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Sep 1 1957, Page 31

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 1, 1957, Florence, South Carolina is the last Long vacation week end of the summer. Soon it will be Back to school for the Junior set and settling Down to household routine for mom. If you have a youngster going away to school Why not Send along a portable phonograph and some records for those Long Winter evenings ahead for the records try some of those featured in this week s releases. Tops on the record shelves Twenty years ago a great Talent died at 38, but his Beautiful music continues to Shine brightly. Now you can hear some of his Best work in two exciting albums. The first is a Mercury two record package called Sarah Vaughan sings George the second is Atlantic s Chris Connor sings the George Gersh win almanac of also a double disk release. Music for family listening new girl in town is a new smash hit on Broadway and Ria s original cast album starring Gwen Verdon is bound to have the same Success. Moving to motion pictures be sure to listen to the sound track of the Pride and the which features a most moving score by George Antheil. The film stars Sophia by Norman Weiser Loren Frank Sinatra and Gary Grant. For a change in mood spin the biggest hits of 57" featuring such names As Tex Robert Alda and Peter Ricardo. This Camden special for just should go big with the teens. One of Mercury s top attractions is a group known As the platters and the flying platters explains their popularity especially with the younger set. Now for the entire family try Billy Butterfield s latest Ria waxing they re playing our with some of the songs mom and dad fell in love with Back in their courting Days. Covering the classics introducing the younger element to the classics becomes easier and More palatable if you try the various pops re leases by major symphonies. Two such examples Are Ria s Curlain going up and the Nutcracker excerpts As performed by the Boston pops or Chestra Arthur Fiedler conducting. The former offers music from Broadway hit shows the latter admirably displays a Tchaikovsky favorite. Five brilliantly performed works Are featured on Mercury s new release by the Halle orchestra George Weldon conducting. Included Are Khacha Sophia Loren Turian s Gayne Ballet Mussorgsky s a night on Bald Borodin s Prince Igor overture and on the Steppes of Central and finally Rimsky Korsakov s flight of the Bumble jazz Omania let s kick off. With some jazz on the vocal Side this week and first is miss music Ella Fitzgerald on Decca with Ella and her the fellas Are Louis Armstrong the Mills Brothers the Ink spots Chick Webb and others. Diahann Carroll one of the newer jazz singers does a Fine Job on Ria s Diahann Carroll sings Harold Arlen and in reverse Bing Crosby proves he can still swing with Bing and the Dixieland on Decca. Like traditional jazz piano if the answer is be sure to spin the Good time jazz biscuit titled music to listen to Don Ewell Ewell augmented by Darnell Howard on clarinet and minor Hall Drums displays an artistry hard to equal. A Lucky is cigarette Best tasting cigarette you Ever smoked this is the one. This one is every Inch a cigarette. Nothing but truly Fine tobacco mild naturally goof talking tobacco that s toasted to taste even better. No wonder the Best tasting r e t t e s Luckiest taste better it s taste

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