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Bell Telephone Labs “Music From Mathematics” (1960) This is a piece of computer music history, with early examples of music generated by and performed on computers 50 years ago. Composers include Max Mathews, John Robinson Pierce, Newman Guttman, David Lewin, Lejaren Hilller, and S.D. Speeth. Booklet includes extensive notes, diagrams, photos, and score excerpts. NOTE: there is some overlap in content with the Decca records LP “Music from Mathematics,” (also posted here) but the two issues are not identical.
“Plain Talk Sex” POWER and PLEASURE with notations by doctors! Produced by the American Marriage Councelors Agency. Discussion includes: “Sexual Stimulation,” “Harmful Mistakes to Avoid,” “Sex Control in the Male,” “The Wedding Night,” and “Increasing Your Sexual Appeal, Power and Pleasure”. A must-have for adults who are married or contemplating marriage (or just getting laid).
“The Story of Fire” AGOO – The Hunter A Listen and Learn Record (1964) Tells the history and story of man’s first use of fire and teaches the child the safety rules to prevent fire, and not to play with matches, etc.