Harmony was Columbia’s “budget” label, first from 1925-1931, but then revived in 1957 into the mid-seventies. While some of the budget labels from that time created poor quality LPs, Harmony’s were the same quality as equivalent Columbia releases – I love finding these.
Worth it for the title track alone, there’s a lot of great cuts here: Singing in the Rain, Moonglow, That Old Feeling.
Found this copy at a record fair at Mill No. 5 in Lowell, MA