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The sausage king of Auvergne

“Auvergne Coeur du Monde”  Andre Curel et ses Joyeaux Auvergnats   Look For Records (France)

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Shishka Bob Azzam

Bob Azzam and his Orchestra on Festival Records (France)

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I want candy

” A Rose and a Baby Ruth”  Barry Frank  Bell Records

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Cool as a cucumber

“Les Cornichons”  Cesar Folio and his orchestra  Polydor Records (France)

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Gotta serve somebody

“Cookin’ Up A Party”  The Joy Boys  Calendar Records (Australia)  “Directions: Put on a Turntable, Spin and Go-Go-Go”

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Spice girl

Pepper Adams 5  Interlude Records  (1959)  Design:  Cal Freedman  Photo:  George Jerman   Pepper, Baritone; Stu Williamson, Trumpet; Carl Perkins, Piano; Leroy Vinnegar, Bass; Mel Lewis, Drums   Re-issue of Mode 112 (1957)  Colored vinyl too.

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Candy girl

“El Piruli”  Arlon Records  (Panama)

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“Chop it, let me chop it”

“Green Onions”  by Booker T. & The M.G.s  Stax Records  1962  The first hit from he Memphis Sound of Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Al Jackson, Jr and Donald “Duck” Dunn (who would replace original bassist Lewis Steinberg)  The album also features a great follow up – “Mo Onions”  So good it could make you cry!  Dig it!

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Sound bites

hors d’oeuvres for connoisseur DJ’s     A sampler of new releases from Tops Records in 1960.

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Wok this way

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