Thursday, December 22, 2016

A Present To Me For You

You might recall a post I put up a few weeks ago mentioning that a record I wanted was for sale on eBay.  Well, turns out that one of my fans bought it and had it shipped to me!  I've been trying to get it ripped for a week now, and I'm not sure I'll have time to finish it, so I'm going to post it up here in a single version, with uncut tracks, so you'll have to play it as if it were the original radio show.  You might be familiar with the other two shows I posted earlier in the season, I believe that this one came out before those two, but I'm not 100% sure on the date.  Thank you so much to my benefactor, and please be sure to leave them a thank you as well.  This is The United States Air Force Presents Christmas Programs Featuring The Air Force Band With Jack Jones And Edward G. Robinson (The United States Air Force Public Service Program GXTV 220278/220279, Mono, 1965).  I'll try to get this cut into tracks for next season, promise! (Next one in the series I need features Marilyn Maye and Skitch Henderson.  Keep your eyes peeled for a copy, please!)

1. Promotional Spot
2. Sing A Song For Christmas Featuring Airman Jack Jones
3. Promotional Spot
4. Christmas In Washington Hosted By Edward G. Robinson

Zippyshare

7 comments:

Buster said...

Thanks to you and your generous benefactor! I love Jack Jones.

Kwork said...

Nice! Thank you for the rip and post, and to your unnamed benefactor for the purchase. It's all appreciated.

barba said...

i approve. when the U.S. military and christmas music are pressed together in vinyl, they are inseparable.

not for me, though. i find it difficult to be religious and patriotic at the same time. i don't pretend to be great. i'm just a man who knows his limitations.

barba said...

i approve. when the U.S. military and christmas music are pressed together in vinyl, they are inseparable.

not for me, though. i find it difficult to be religious and patriotic at the same time. i don't pretend to be great. i'm just a man who knows his limitations.

barba said...

i approve. when the U.S. military and christmas music are pressed together in vinyl, they are inseparable.

not for me, though. i find it difficult to be religious and patriotic at the same time. i don't pretend to be great. i'm just a man who knows his limitations.

Larry said...

Thanks Ernie. What a treat!

barba said...

sorry for the multiple posts.

please delete at your convenience.