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Guy Lombardo 1998

About the Album: The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven was the logo of Guy Lombardo amp His Royal Canadians, who by 1930 had established themselves asAmerica s top dance band. Lombardo amp His Royal Canadians playednumerous radio broadcasts from New York, and they began a long string ofhits in 1927 that ran all the way to 1954. This collection of all-timefavorites includes Auld Lang Syne from his annual New Year s Eve show that became a national standard. Artist: Guy Lombardo Format: Audio CD, one disc, 10 tracks Producer: MCA ISBN: 076742109028

Label: Mca Special Products

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