Music: New Pop Records, Mar. 10, 1952

Ay-round the Corner (Jo Stafford; Columbia). A high-spirited South African folk song about a girl of the veld and her wayward boy friend. A solid hit for Songstress Stafford.

Rhapsody In Blue (George Gershwin with Paul Whiteman and his Concert Orchestra; RCA Victor Collector's Issue, 2 sides, 45 r.p.m.). Composer-Pianist Gershwin recorded this in 1927, playing it with a zest and clarity no pianist has since been able to beat.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Guy Mitchell; Columbia). A bouncy little number about a fellow who pawns everything but his tonsils, but still can't raise enough to keep his girl in the style she demands. Why...

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