Music: New Pop Records, Aug. 27, 1951

A Treasury of Immortal Performances

(Victor, 5 vols. 45 r.p.m.). Victor's second installment of records recalling the time when bands were bands and maestros like Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Bunny Berigan were leading them.

Mr. Imperium (Ezio Pinza & Fran Warren; Victor, 2 sides LP). Miss Warren and songs (some of them pretty featherweight) are badly outclassed by Operatic Heavyweight Pinza.

Les Paul's New Sound (Les Paul with Mary Ford; Capitol, 6 sides 45 r.p.m.). Paul's new sound is one mean guitar parlayed by electronics into a whole studioful of mean guitars. Also thanks...

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