- How Great Thou Art
- The Wonder of It All
- The Old Fashioned Home
- The Ninety and Nine
- I Must Tell Jesus
- Oh, How Sweet to Know
- He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
- America the Beautiful
- Lord I’m Coming Home
- The Lord’s Prayer
A Billy Graham Crusade In Song with solos by George Beverly Shea and some songs supported by the Billy Graham Crusade Choir directed by Cliff Barrows, or with organ or piano. High-fi album LPM-1406 from RCA Victor with 1957 copyright.
See photo above. The cardboard jacket is in good condition for age with some storage including the loss of the bottom right corner tip (I have part of it if you want it). The black record labels are in near new condition (no scuffs). The vinyl is clean and shiny with a few scuffs/scratches. Plays as new in parts and with light needle noise in others. On the second side there were two quick skips (songs 1 & 3) but no hangups. No paper inner sleeve at this time. I can send inside a new or vintage one for 10-15 cents more in postage. If you want one, let me adjust the invoice before you pay. No names or other markings. From clean, smoke-free home.
Generally sent the same day payment arrives. Unless you request otherwise, I will keep the record inside the sleeve, wrap in plastic, tightly sandwich between two pieces of box cardboard, and then wrap in brown paper and send via Media Mail with Delivery Confirmation tracking. This is minimal packaging — but is sufficient 99% of the time and the cheapest shipping I can offer. See the shipping page for the cost to send a one-pound Media Mail package. Additional packaging will likely turn it into a two-pound shipment. Insurance is an additional cost as described. I am delighted to combine shipping costs if you purchase more than one item. The second item may travel for free or just a few cents more — so it’s worth taking a look at my other items before you complete your order.
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