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Tokyo Shoeshine Boy / How About a Melon?

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Item Location Natick, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, 01760
Label Victor
Item Number V-40618
Recording Date 1951
Physical Grade A :: B VG
Defects Scratch::Barely Audible Scratch, Scratch::Light Scratch, Tag, Tape or Sticker on label, Warp::Slight Warp
Genre Dance Band, Popular & Vocal, Post-War, World - Japanese
Format 10" 78
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Description of Product

Victor V-40618 (Japan), 78 RPM.

TERUKO AKATSUKI performing Tokyo Shoeshine Boy / How About a Melon? Sung in Japanese.

Record is in  Nice VG Condition, plays quite nicely over light surface noise, light scratches and a bit of a warp not affecting play.  Labels are good, sticker on one side.

1951 issue.

"Manufactured by Victor Co. of Japan, Yokohama".

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