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June 06, 2012


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Hi Marc:
It is the Vivian Reed of Broadway fame. Go here


and wait for the third set of photos. The b&w ones reveal instantly that it's the same artist.

Splendid record, including a superb rendition of "Harper Valley PTA". Thanks a bunch.

jOhn p. cooper

South Street - I remember and liked that back in the day on the AM dial in my Dad's '64 Dodge station wagon.

Hey - they covered "a Swing era favorite" - "Between 18th & 19th On Chestnut Street"


Great song title or lyric phrase, "I was messin' around at YouTube."

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