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The Band cut its third album in a shirt-sleeve recording session last night, and announced that the discs would go on sale next fall at 33 1-3 speed as well as 78.
"Called "Up the Street," the new album will contain Harvard, Sousa, and other popular marches. Cuttings include "Our Director," "Up the Street," "Stars and Stripes Forever," and "Semper Fidelis."
The Band also re-played its Ivy League Album numbers last night and set them on tape. Twelve thousand printings have worn down the master records, and the group had to make new masters before re-issuing the album this fall.
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