I had this in my vinyl days. This was a strange period for Bluebird. Until the LP era, it was RCA’s primary Jazz Label. Then it was a classical budget label for RCA, usually issuing material licensed from smaller labels (for example, a famous recording by the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, featuring a very young Jon Vickers, and conducted by Sir Ernest MacMillan of Handel’s Messiah, issued on the Beaver Label in Canada. Yes, we do laugh at the double entendre of the Beaver up here!). By the late ’60′s, Bluebird was once again a Jazz label.