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Susan Jones, John Farnham. Promo. Festival Records ‎– 7" EP Mono FX-11374 Recorded for Ansett

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In the 1960s there was a trend for representing a sort of authenticity in ads.

It was for this reason that in September 1967, Susan (Jones) Foster became the face of Ansett-ANA appearing in an advertising campaign pitched firmly against their competition — TAA.

The slogan was "How can both Airlines be the Same? We've got Susan Jones".

Ms Foster was 22 years old. Even though she was comfortable on board chatting to the passengers, she was very shy.

The song, about a young woman who had "escaped" a small town to join the airline, was sung by the young, then-unknown Johnny Farnham.


ORIGIN : Australia.
LABEL : Festival Records.




MINT: Never opened, still in original shrink wrap.

NM: Opened, appears unplayed.

EX: A few very light surface hair-line marks with no major deterioration to the sound quality.

VG: A few light scratches and/or scuffs creating audible background noise. There is no skipping or jumping on this record unless indicated in the condition description.

A plus or minus (+ or -) denotes slightly better or slightly less than a grade, eg. VG+.

Each record has been cleaned and played to ensure the accuracy of the following grading

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