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September, 2013

Daddys home!

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Luz Bermejo  “Canciones Infantiles”  ECO Records  (Mexico)  I love the illustrations by this guy “D’Orsi on ECO covers!

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Echo-friendly

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Westminster Records Stereo Test record

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Alice in Muziekland

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“Uw gids in Musiekland”   A Philips Records sampler platter from Holland.

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Sweethearts of the rodeo

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“Cowboys to Girls”   The Intruders  Gamble Records (Philadelphia)  (1968)   Written by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.

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Chain smoker

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East Village Record Sale – This Sunday!

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NYC RECORD SALE THIS SUNDAY

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111 E. 12TH STREET.  BETWEEN 3RD AND 4TH AVES.  10AM – 6PM  THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND!

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Wall flower

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Photo by Bunny Yeager (1950’s)

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Right on the tip of my tongue

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Jean Richard  “Mesdames a vos Fourneaux”  Philips Records EP  (France)

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Wax on

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“Music to Sell Bread By”  A promotional record from the Waxed Paper Merchandising Council!  A 5-minute radio show starring Eddy Howard and his Orchestra.  “Each theme closes with a hard-hitting sales message”

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