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Heineken 'Bossa Nova Baby' beer bottle green 7" 45 RPM vinyl single

By: Elvis Australia
Source: Sony Music Music
August 31, 2014
Vinyl Records, Elvis News

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Following the Heineken TV commercial (And the Sony CD, Bossa Nova Baby, The Ultimate Party Album) Sony Music will release a very special 'Bossa Nova Baby' beer bottle green 7" 45 RPM vinyl single featuring both the original recording and remix on August 18. The release is strictly limited to 1500 numbered copies. Originally featured in the Elvis movie (& soundtrack) Fun In Acapulco and released as a single in 1963, 'Bossa Nova Baby' was recorded by Elvis with a legendary vocal group backing him up; The Jordanaires.

Heineken 'Bossa Nova Baby' beer bottle green 7" 45 RPM vinyl single

Buy 'Bossa Nova Baby' beer bottle green 7" 45 RPM vinyl single

  • 45 Rpm 7" Single With Large Jukebox Hole
  • Includes Original And Remix
  • 1500 Numbered Copies On Beer Bottle Green Vinyl
  • RCA Company Sleeve Design

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