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Preachin’

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Puppets on the pulpit

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Uncle “D” Talks with Charlie and Sheila.

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Go ask Alice

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Scared straight

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“Jack Tells It Like It Is About Drugs” (Somehow I don’t think he’s reading Hunter S. Thompson here.   And the guys in the background aren’t having a prayer meeting.)

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The down side

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Holy shit! “LSD Battle for the Mind”

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The Church of Buddy Holly

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Larry & Phyllis Richards “In His Service”   Thanks to Margaret Still for this awesome cover.

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Hold that Tigner

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Before she shelved the trombone and picked up “Little Marcy” for a career praising Jesus and prosthletizing to little kids through her ventriliquest act.

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Too many records, not enough time

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“Startling!” is hardly a dramatic enough word to describe “This DEEPER dimension PROPHETIC record album” This looks like a bootleg of a Luke Hollandworth tent revival sermon. When would you want to put this baby on the turntable anyway? $5 was kind of expensive for a record in the early 60’s, I bet Luke did okay with his doom and gloom prophesies back then.

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Redemption song

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Would you buy redemption from Jim and Mary Jane Sellers?   I bet these two were kinky as hell.   They actually look pretty cool in a late seventies-early eighties new wave punk rockabilly B-52’s kinda way.

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Church ladies

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Acid redux

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Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out with Dr. Timothy Leary, the LSD-inspired Harvard professor turned shaman to a generation. This is a Mercury records soundtrack release to an exploitation flick about Leary. One of four or five albums featuring Leary that came out in the sixties.

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