Magnavox apparently liked their first collaboration with Command Records so much that they decided to do it again. This one is not tied to a specific Magnavox product, but is "assembled especially for Magnavox to provide the widest selection of music." [for certain narrow definitions of wide, I suppose] This is divided into a "serious" side and a "pops" side - the second is my favorite, as it contains material from my favorite Command artists in the classic Command style.
As a small bonus, the artwork also apes the classic Command Records style, though the archaic Magnavox logo detracts from the effect.
Music From Command Assembled Especially for Magnavox to Provide the Widest Selection of Music
A1 Capriccio Italien - Pierre Dervaux conducting l'Orchestro des Concerts Colonne
A2 Polonaise - Dick Hyman and his Orchestra (Provocative Percussion)
A3 Alborada Del Gracioso - Pierre Dervaux conducting l'Orchestro des Concerts Colonne
A4 Rachmaninoff-Symphony No.2 In E Mi.,Op.27 - William Steinberg - Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra
A5 Brahms-Symphony No.2 In D,Op.73 - William Steinberg - Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra
B1 I Want To Be Happy - Stereo 35/MM Vol II B2 The Poor People Of Paris - Far Away Places
B3 The Third Man Theme - Far Away Places - Enoch Light and his Orchestra
B4 You Do Something To Me Stereo - 35/MM Vol II Enoch Light and his Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
B5 The Thrill Is Gone - Stereo 35/MM Vol II
B6 Mimi - Far Away Places