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Pedago Scolavox  (France)

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You spin me round

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Johnny Preston  “Leave My Kitten Alone” and others  Philips Records  (France)  (1961)   I like the Beatles and Little Willie John versionsSo, but here’s Johnny!

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For El vee fans only

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“Listen and Laugh No. 2”  Featuring “El Vee”   A Night at the Beverly Hills Club with Larry Vincent  Pearl Records (Kentucky)  I think Larry Vincent also owned Pearl Records.  Most of his material was released on 78’s.  Mine is signed on the back.   (“El Vee” = Larrry Vincent!)

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I like it like that

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Victor Santos  Rapsodia Records (Portugal)

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Planet rock

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Schlager-Reise  Decca Records (Germany)

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Easy listening

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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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Add Rock

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4 Disques pour savoir … la table de multipication   Magnard Records (France)

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Give the producer some

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RIP the great George Martin.  Here’s his own LP (and his play for some of the female fans the boys in the band had so easily!)  George Martin Instrumentally Salutes ‘The Beatle Girls’  United Artists Records  (1966)  It is the third of a series of albums by Martin featuring instrumental arrangements of Beatles songs (the others being “Off the Beatle Track” (1964) and “Help!”  (1965)

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So many knobs!

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“La Sabrosura del Ano”  Various Artists (1984)   AS International Records (Venezuela)

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She’ll walk all over you!

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Meet Stephanie – new to our Chicks Dig Records page!

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