This is a 7" vinyl record number ERA-51 from RCA Victor, 1952. It's red vinyl and has tenor Mario Lanza singing the following selections (sides 1 and 2):
1 - Mascagni -Cavalleria Rusticana - Addio Alla Madre (Turiddu's Farewell) (in Italian)
2 - Lara - Granada (in Spanish) - Mario Lanza Tenor - RCA Victor Orchestra
- Constantine Callinicos Cond. - 45 RPM - Hard Cover - RCA Victor
1 - Russo-Nutile - Mama Mia Che Vo Sape? (What My Mother Wants to Know)
- (in Italian) - Constantine Callinicos Cond.
2 - Malotte - The Lord's Prayer with Orch. and Jeff Alexander Choir - Ray Sinatra Cond.
- Mario Lanza Tenor - RCA Victor Orchestra
My father has given me LOTS of his old records to sell. I am not an expert on grading records and I won't even try. They have been stored in a dry closet at normal room temperatures for their lifetime. These have no scratches or blemishes. The jacket has the normal wear of something 50+ years old. I'm happy to answer specific questions to the best of my ability.
I have every expectation that these records are exactly as described as far as playability and condition, but I don't have a player to check them out. If you find they're flawed, I will refund your purchase price if you return the item to me.