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Wilfred Virgo, Elda May, Robert Carr, Miss N. Cameron - Let Me Gaze / Turn On Old Time album flac

Performer: Wilfred Virgo
Genre: Classical
Title: Let Me Gaze / Turn On Old Time
Released: 1913
Style: Opera
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The recording career of Robert Carr spanned from around 1904 to the late 1930's. As well as his own names many recordings were issued under pseudonyms, . Robert Oswald, Harry Durrant, Robert Durrant, William Duncan, Richard Condor, Ernest Gray, Bobby Gray though those names sometimes concealed the identities of other singers as well. Wilfred Virgo, Elda May, Robert Carr (2), Miss N. Cameron - Let Me Gaze, Turn On Old Time ‎(Shellac, 10").

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