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Take A Half Step - Unknown Artist - Jingles / Commercial Music (Vinyl, LP)

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    This was a 7-inch 45rpm record in a cardboard sleeve. It contained the demo of our first holiday jingle package and music library. () JAM-3 "Christmas Kit Production Library" This was a inch LP containing seasonal production music. It was only sent to clients who purchased "The Christmas Kit" jingle package. () JAM
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