Two cool Decca sleeves from South Africa in the early 60’s. Paul Evans on one and Carl Dobkins, Jr. b/w Brenda Lee on the other! I didn’t know Paul Evans, but discovered he recorded Midnight Special (which I knew well as a CCR song). Brenda’s “Sweet Nuthin'” is a fave. Check her out Here!
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Tamoure a Tahiti BAM Records (France) Collected by Francis Maziere (early 60’s release) What is Tamoure?
Louis Armstrong “White Christmas” / “Winter Wonderland” Decca Records (UK)
The Adventures of the Laughing Policeman Charles Penrose Columbia Records (UK) This song is credited to Mabel Anderson under the pseudonym Billie Grey, but the music and melody come from The Laughing Song, recorded by George W. Johnson in 1898. The song was first recorded as The Laughing Policeman by Charles Penrose under the pseudonym Charles Jolly in 1922. That version was released on Regal Records. A second version, the most common of the two, was recorded in 1926 and released on Columbia Records. In 1957 it was released on the EP The Adventures of The Laughing Policeman. Ringo Starr bought a copy of the single in 1955 which was most likely the 1935 re-release with Laughter And Lemons on the B-side.