Duke Ellington Orchestra British Tour – February 1967 009
Pages 14 and 15 of a souvenir brochure for Duke Ellington's tour of Britain in 1967, presented by Harold Davison and Norman Granz. Both pages feature various musical adverts.
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the very best from Ella and Duke
donât miss Ellaâs great new EP
THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKINâ
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FOR EXPERT COVERAGE OF THE MUSIC SCENE
Every Thursday 9d.
For a free sample copy write to :
H.D. Promotion Department,
The National Trade Press Limited,
40 Bowling Green Lane, E.C.1.
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