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Vintage Vocal Jazz / Swing No. 108 - EP: Can Can
March 25, 1957
© 2010 Vintage Music
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Compositing commenced on July 31, 1962 and was never completed. Robert S. Bader of Bing Crosby Enterprises completed the compositing and mixing in January 2010. The album was issued for the first time by Collectors' Choice Music on CD No. CCM2106.
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The album was issued on CD by Collectors' Choice Music in 2010 having been remixed from the original eight track master tapes by Robert S. Bader of Bing Crosby Enterprises. Seven bonus tracks were included in the CD.
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The album was issued on CD by BMG Music and Bluebird Records in 2004.
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