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FREE RTZ Radio Programs with featured Authentic Radio personality Al Jolson:

Al Jolson Vol 1. RTZ Special Limited Edition. 1912 - 1918. Victor - Columbia.
Chloe - 1919. Hello Central Give Me No Mans Land - 1918. My Yellow Jacket Girl - 1913. Rock-a-bye Your Baby - 1918. That Lovin Traumerei - 1912. You Aint Heard Nothing Yet - 1918.

Al Jolson Vol. 2 More. Early RCA Columbia Recordings.

Al Jolson Volume 3.
Includes the RCA/Columbia hits:
Some Beautiful Morning. The Spaniard That Blighted My Life.
When The Grown-up Ladies Act Like Babies. You Made Me Love You.


Al Jolson

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The radio was our link to the world.  Radio programs were broadcast into our homes daily;  into our living rooms, at our bedsides, and into our hearts. Everyone had a favorite program. Whether it was Jack Benny, or Dragnet, Beyond Midnight, or Glenn Miller, our beloved radio brought us daily episodes of sorrow, joy, music, hope, and tragedy.


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