Mrs. Miller - Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?!
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Capitol Records T-2579

Strangers in the Night
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?
Somewhere, My Love
The Girl From Ipanema

Yellow Submarine
Every Little Movement
Moon River
Sweet Pea
Monday, Monday

Well, gang, a lot of keen things have happened since the innovation of "Mrs. Miller's
Greatest Hits." For instance, the singing sensation from Claremont, California, received
stardom on the  Ed Sullivan Show...drew raves on stage in Lake Tahoe...made
mucho guest appearances in TV shows and moom pitchers...Lended her voice to
scads of commercials...composed her first song, "Melody," which she introduces
here...and has become the darling of thousands of frenetic fan clubs throughout the
world (and many other places, too).

In becoming the Earth's most instant international favorite, the question naturally
springs up: Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller? Of course not. Mrs. Miller could not be
spoiled because:

(a) She knows a good preservative.
(b) Is as good as gold.
(c) Is as wonderful as Mom and Apple Pie.

All of the above are correct.

If you are not, for some reason, the proud possessor of her first hit album, here
are the basic insegrevious facts you should have on the new "Miller Sound."

• Mrs. Elva Miller is a kindly housewife from a little town in Kansas who moved to
a little town in California.
• She has brought whistling back into the recording game.
• Owns a vibrato that has shaken several continents.
• In real life, performs her recording sessions with Fred Bock and Lex de Azevedo
(pronounced Lex) who FIRST PUT HER ON disc at Capitol.
• While in a posh Hollywood restaurant, took her recent success with a grain of salt.
• Has pondered the suggestion that she put her voice in cement in front of Grauman's
Chinese Theater.

I'm sure you will find this album equally as fascinating as the first.
As Martin Bernheimer, the noted music critic for the Los Angeles Times told me:
"Gary, Mrs. Miller is in a class all by herself."

I first met the charming Mrs. Miller some four years ago at radio station KMPC in
Hollywood, when she sang the station's jingles for me...inside out! She soon became
a popular favorite on the naturally, I was very pleased when a famous
record company also realized her abilities and put out an album displaying same.

Y'know, I'll never forget one brisk October evening in Los Angeles.*



*The brisk October evening Mr. Owens refers to, was when he fell asleep
during a speech he was making.

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