Mary Martin Broadway vinyl 4 musicals South Pacific, Peter Pan, The Sound of Music, I Do I Do, gatefold covers, 1950s 1960s bundle bargain

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Mary Martin was Broadway's midcentury musical queen. From "South Pacific" to
"The Sound of Music" and beyond, the lively Texas native (1913-90) charmed all
of America. We've bundled 4 of her top shows here, in superb vinyl quality.
(That's not easy to find. These LPs often got played to death.)

Martin was a national star because Broadway was then a national stage. TV's
early years of the 1950s were broadcast from New York, so stage songs were
often featured on variety shows like "Ed Sullivan." These were also the initial
years of long-playing albums, when original cast LPs provided hit songs for
radio and nightclubs.

"South Pacific" is the giant hit that made Martin's career. "Peter Pan" was
another smash, which she performed on NBC TV, extending its family-friendly
popularity. Martin reunited with composers Rodgers & Hammerstein to launch "The
Sound of Music" on stage (before Julie Andrews did the movie). And she paired
with "Music Man" sensation Robert Preston to depict a marriage in '60s
two-hander "I Do! I Do!"

Need just one or two of these shows? Soon we'll post additional copies for
individual purchase. But this bundle price can't be beat!

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► South Pacific
With Ezio Pinza
(Columbia Masterworks OL 4180)
Mono 1949 release on 78rpm; this is 33rpm 1962 reissue
Gatefold cover, 6-eye label

Dites Moi
A Cock-Eyed Optimist
Twin Soliloquies (Wonder How It Feels)
Some Enchanted Evening
Bloody Mary
There Is Nothin' Like a Dame
Bali Ha'i
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair
A Wonderful Guy
Younger Than Springtime
Happy Talk
Honey Bun
Carefully Taught
This Nearly Was Mine

► Peter Pan
With Cyril Ritchard, Kathy Nolan
(RCA Victor LOC-1019 mono) - 1954

Tender Shepherd
I've Gotta Crow
Never Never Land
I'm Flying
Pirate Song
Hook's Tango
I Won't Grow Up
Oh My Mysterious Lady
Distant Melody
Hook's Waltz
Reprise: I've Gotta Crow
Reprise: Tender Shepherd
Reprise: I Won't Grow Up
Reprise: Never, Never Land

► The Sound of Music
With Theodore Bikel
(Columbia Masterworks KOL 5450 mono) - 1959
Gatefold cover, 6-eye label

The Sound of Music
My Favorite Things
Sixteen Going on Seventeen
The Lonely Goatherd
How Can Love Survive
The Sound of Music (Reprise)
So Long, Farewell
Climb Ev'ry Mountain
No Way to Stop It
An Ordinary Couple
Sixteen Going on Seventeen
Climb Ev'ry Mountain

► I Do! I Do!
With Robert Preston
(RCA Victor LSO-1128 stereo) - 1966
Album still in open shrink wrap

All the Dearly Beloved
Together Forever
I Do! I Do!
I Love My Wife
Something Has Happened
My Cup Runneth Over
Love Isn't Everything
Nobody's Perfect
A Well Known Fact
Flaming Agnes
The Honeymoon Is Over
Where Are the Snows?
When the Kids Get Married
The Father of the Bride
What Is a Woman?
Someone Needs Me
Roll Up the Ribbons
This House


All of our vintage vinyl finds are expertly wet-cleaned, dried, and returned
to their jackets inside new inner sleeves. (If the record was found with a
custom inner sleeve, we'll include that, too.) They are spot-played to ensure
no overall listening problems. Due to the nature of pre-loved vinyl, a few
occasional pops and clicks may remain from the record's previous years of
service. We strive to find these vintage artifacts in the best condition
possible, but at the lowest prices, to provide affordable fine listening. With
proper care, these records should provide many more decades of enjoyment!

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