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February, 2013

Wun, Wabbit, Wun!

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A Warner Bros. EP sampler from the early 70’s   CashBox Records

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“And Jesus slayed the dinosaurs”

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Home schoolin’ — A Bible Stori-Record A complete bible lesson for family listening and church school teaching

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Be sure to wear flowers in your hair

margareta-pislaru

Here is a 10″ LP from Romania, mid sixties with Margareta Pislaru.  – via LP cover lover, Peter

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Rebel Yellow

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“Japan’s Teen Queen with a Beat”  Michiko Hamamura  RCA Victor (Japan)  (1958)  Thanks to LP cover lover Michael for sending this in!

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Blonde on blonde

Kess und Sexy  Alice and Ellen Kessler  Polydor (Germany)  Via LPcl Peter

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Country girl

Franck Pourcel EP   RCA-Victor (France)

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Have a chitty day

W.M. Abraham Restum  (takes off on) “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”  Audio Fidelity Records  Arranged and conducted by Jimmy Haskell.   (1968)

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Soft and lovely

“Soft Latin Touch”  Moody Night  Crown Records (Japan) (1961)

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Can’t you hear my heartbeat?

“Through Sick and Sin”  Faye DeWitt  Epic Records (1961)

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Ants, Beatles, Crickets … Termites

“Do the Rock Steady”  Presenting The Termites  Studio One Records (Jamaica) (1967)   Featuring Lloyd Parks and Wentworth Vernal   Produced by Coxone Dodd   This is a compilation of their singles including their one hit “Have Mercy Mr. Percy” – a plea to their landlord.

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