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Outer Space and Rockets

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Atomic dogs

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Sooty sings “My Friend and I” b/w “Super Sonic Sooty Spug”  EMI Records (England)  (1973)  Sleeve Illustration  Joe Tattersall   Okay, so Sooty was a BEAR, not a dog (thanks).  We’re open to a better headline here!

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Hey Moe!

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A long-time want-lister, we finally found this most rare of all 3 Stooges picture sleeves!  “Have Rocket, Will Travel”  Colpix Records  (1959)

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eye eye eye!

Here’s a creative “fake” cover that someone doctored for Cool Records.   Accordeonpourri de Kermisklanten  Elf Provincien Records (The Netherlands)

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One small dance step …

Spoutnick Party  Sideral Records   (From a new facebook friend Cool Covers that just started up and shares our cover love!)  I’d love to find a copy of this one.

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Outer space for dummies

Amazing!  Another record by Xian evangelist/ventriliquist Bill Salisbury and his wooden sidekick “Uncle Cousin!   Forge Records out of Clarksville, Tenn.  Religion and science always make for strange bedfellows (and weird records).

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Let’s go trippin’


Tsuburaya Monster Boosuka   Musicolor Records (Japan)

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4, 3, 2, 1 …

Organist Dave “Baby” Cortez  “IN ORBIT”  Roulette Records  (1966)  The third and final LP that Dave cut for Roulette Records following “Organ Shindig” (1965) and “Tweety Pie” (1965)   Titles include “Belly Rub (parts 1 & 2)”, “In Orbit”, “Countdown (parts 1 & 2)”, “Sticks & Stones”, and “Peg Leg”.

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Moondance

Amazing!!  Here’s a cover that you’ll likely never see anywhere else.  A truly rare sleeve and an unknown treat for collectors of “outer space” cover art.  Tony found this one in Mexico, but it is OUTTA-THIS-WORLD!

“Pachanga en la Luna”  Eugenio Fondeur  Peerless Records

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Heavenly creatures

Os Bichos Cosmonautas   Odeon Records (Brazil)

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Out of this world!


“Delirium in HI-FI”   Elsa Popping and Her Pixieland Band   Fontana Records (Philips Records)   AUSTRALIA     Recorded “somewhere in France, “Elsa Popping” is actually French arranger-conductor Andre Popp and sound effects wizard Pierre Fatosme.   Cover Art:   Morris Tookey

Here’s the latest, greatest LP cover I have to get a copy of.     Here’s a $100 bounty for anyone down under (or elsewhere) that can find me a copy!   (This one is Tony’s and that’s just unbearable)   Here’s the more common U.S. cover on Columbia:

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