Music memorabilia and other belongings of Ethel Gabriel, the first woman record producer in American pop music, will be sold at auction on Tues., January 23 at Teel Auctions' gallery in Mt. Bethel, Pa.
The gold records are for record albums featuring Elvis Presley, Perry Como, Al Hirt, Roger Whitaker, Henry Mancini and others. The Grammy award is for recordings by Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra.
Mrs. Gabriel was instrumental in kicking off the mambo craze in the United States by her work on the record "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White," by Perez Prado, a number-one hit record for 10 weeks in 1955.
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Steve V wrote on January 19, 2007
PURE GOLD LP - Not exactly a classic title
Greg Nolan wrote on January 20, 2007
Yeah, but one some of us had, and enjoyed... Horrible in it's way, but a great "Aloha" cover. I hate to see his stuff being sold off...
MR61 wrote on January 20, 2007
pure gold isnt such a bad lp i still have it on lp havent bought it yet on cd but willl when i see one. a lot of elvis memorabilia is being sold off and you dont know what is genuine or not its a shame but thats the way of the world