As Fred Astaire's recordings of the 1930s came into the public domain internationally in the 1980s, many record labels began issuing unlicensed compilations mastered from old 78 RPM albums, necessarily with iffy sound quality. The unusual wrinkle introduced by Australian sound engineer Robert Parker, who worked on this album, was to process the recordings in such a way as to simulate a stereo sound picture. (ABC Records in this case refers to the label of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, not the ABC Records that ...

Shall We Dance 2006,

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