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33 RPM Recording of "The Edsel Show"...1957

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    Posted 6 months ago

    Ted_Straub
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    This album is a recording of a 1957 CBS television show, sponsored by Edsel. It was recorded sometime after the show’s live presentation. This 33RPM record was produced by Loota, with presumably a 4901 catalog number.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 6 months ago
      Must have been a great show with all those great singers from film High Society, with Rosemary Clooney filling in for Grace Kelly
    2. Coke1234 Coke1234, 6 months ago
      Oh yes the Edsel . We all remember that failure for Ford.
    3. Coke1234 Coke1234, 6 months ago
      They took another gamble in 1964 with the Mustang . We all know how that went. I bet I’ve owned over 20 mustangs. From collecting them to using one a a daily driver. Success story for sure.

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