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Sesame Street/Dinah ShoreDinah Pays A Visit To Sesame Street – I've Got A Song ... LP
CTW, 1979. Sealed Gatefold ... $9.99
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Dinah ShoreGreat Ladies Of Song – Spotlight On Dinah Shore ... CD
Capitol, Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... $1.99
(Out of print. BMG Direct pressing.)

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New Dinah Shore/Sidney Bechet/Henry Levine/Paul LavalNBC's Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street (3 x 78 rpm album) ... 78 rpm
Victor, Mid 40s. Used 3 x 78 rpm album ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Includes the tracks "Runnin Wild" and "Shoemakers Holiday" by Maestro Paul Laval & His Woodwindy Ten, "Dinah's Blues" and "Mood Indigo" by Dinah Shore, "Muskrat Ramble" with Sidney Bechet, and "Basin Street Blues" by Henry Levine & His Barefooted Dixieland Philharmonic. 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Album cover has some edge wear and a few small stains.)

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New Dinah ShoreDinah Sings Some Blues With Red ... LP
Capitol, 1959. Used ... Out Of Stock
A surprising return to jazz by Dinah Shore – recorded with backings by the Red Norvo Quintet, and a swinging style that makes us like her more than we'd think! Titles include "Who", "It's Funny To Everyone", "Bye Bye Blues", "Lover Come Back To Me", "Skylark", and "Lucky In Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing. Cover has a small spot of tape on the top seam, a small split on the bottom seam, and some light wear.)

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New Dinah ShoreLower Basin Street Revisited ... CD
Reprise (Japan), 1964. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A great later date from Dinah Shore – one that pays tribute to her initial rise to fame on the Lower Basin Street show – but which actually comes across much more in a groovy 60s style overall! Jack Elliott handles the arrangements, and he brings in a punched-up sort of rhythm that echoes the grooviness of Peggy Lee's 60s work for Capitol – a vibe that makes Dinah swing way more than the 50s, and sound a fair bit sexier too! Some of the tunes are older numbers, but really updated by Elliott's arrangements – and rhythms often have a slinky vamp that's a bit like the best grooves used with Marion Montgomery at the time. Titles include "More", "Chloe", "Basin Street Blues", "Nashville Blues", and "Cry Me A River". CD