A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.
Two Minty looking Deccalite Pink Label Promo LPs.
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 wack 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.