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    Daily Jukebox Showcase

     Featuring full length, RealAudio music from the
     1940's through the 1960's, in mixed genres.
     All categories are updated daily.

   
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Big Band/Instrumental

"Fascination"
Guy Lombardo Orchestra


1st new row

Male Vocalist

"Just Walkin' In The Rain"
The Prisonaires


2nd new row

Female Vocalist

"Don't Bet Money, Honey"
Linda J. Scott


3rd new row

Male/Female Combos

"Broken Wings"
The Stargazers



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Special Pick Of The Day

"You'd Be Surprised"
Marilyn Monroe


        

** Note: The "Special Pick Of The Day" also includes
music recorded before 1940 and after 1969,
Old Time Radio Shows, Soundtracks,
Classical and other misc. audio files.



















                                                        









                                                        



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A Special Note Regarding The Use of RealAudio Files On This Site
Daily Jukebox Showcase has chosen the RealAudio format for two reasons: 1)RealAudio files can only be transferred to CD's as data files, and  2)while the quality of RealAudio music is high enough to allow a listener to enjoy it on their computer, it cannot match the quality of the CD's and cassettes produced by the artists' and, therefore, encourages the listener to purchase the artists' actual recordings.