Vinyl record, Don Bradman speaking and playing piano

Object Type
Audio-Visual/Recorded material/Vinyl record/10" extended play record
Date Used
Circa 1930
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Object Detail

Brief Description
78 rpm record of black vinyl, with black labels printed in dull gold ink. Both labels are "MUSIC NOTES / Columbia" written across the top, with price information underneath in small print. One label also reads "HOW IT'S DONE--A FRIENDLY CHAT / By DON BRADMAN / (Australian Test Team, 1930)", which, when played, features Don Bradman speaking. The other label reads, in part, "(A) THE OLD FASHIONED LOCKET / (B) OUR BUNGALOW OF DREAMS / PIANO SOLOS By DON BRADMAN." This second side also has two small white stickers on reading "ROYALTY STAMP / 1 1/4 d" and the other with blue marks possibly reading "L I B".
0 - Whole: H: 252 W: 252 D: 2mm (H: 9 15/16 W: 9 15/16 D: 1/16")
Associated Event
Date Used
Circa 1930
In storage
Registration No
Credit Line
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Larry Lane.




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