"Hearts in Harmony" was a five day a week soap opera syndicated in the mid-West from 1941 into the 1950s. The show was sponsored by grocery store chain, Kroger. The story of the series is as old as drama itself - a young man from "the wrong side of the tracks" aspires to be a composer and falls in love with a young singer from "the right side of the tracks". Drama, heartbreak and lots of music ensue.
This disc appears to be aimed at Kroger store managers or sales staff, introducing them to the show as it began it's run. It includes an overview of the concept of the series, information on the personnel on the show, and a short excerpt of a program. Don't miss one of the young composer's songs, "Let's Incorporate", sure to be a hit someday.
Our MP3 was transferred directly from a copy of the original 10" double-sided shellac disc.