Two Minty looking Deccalite Pink Label Promo LPs with reasonably good sound.
This is the best of Ella’s Decca material recorded between 1938 – 1955, the songs that made her a star.
For those of you who don’t know what Deccalite is, Deccalite is a material that Decca invented as an alternative to vinyl. It’s quieter than vinyl as a rule — and these pressings are extremely quiet — but it is not unbreakable. If you whack this record against a chair, it will shatter into pieces like an old 78. But most audiophiles takes good care of their records, so the risk of breaking an album like this is extremely small.