Music: New Pop Records, Oct. 29, 1951

Two on the Aisle (Bert Lahr and Dolores Gray; Decca, 2 sides LP). The tunes run second to the comedy in this current Broadway hit, but Lahr's wobbly voice in The Clown is worth the price of the album. Moreover, Songstress Gray can put over a song with vigor and charm; the proof is in There Never Was a Baby Like My Baby, If You Hadn't But You Did, How Will He Know?

Loneliness of Evening and My Girl Back Home (Mary Martin; Columbia). A pair of wistful ballads that Rodgers and Hammerstein didn't consider...

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