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The Three Jacksons  Accordian Medley No. 46/47  Philips Records (France)

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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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Turban legends?

Latin Quartet  A Saef Records EP (Spain)

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Hohner of a lonely heart?

“Ritmos em Festa”  Fred Williams  RCA (Brazil)

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Ole Mexico

“Ole”  South of the Border   The Harmonicats (a group of all harmonicas)  Mercury Records EP

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You blow in here and it comes out there

Raymond Boisserie

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Running on empty

“Ma Province et Moi”   Esso Gas & Oil Presents the French Folklore of Jacqueline Danno

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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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Legends of folk metal #1

Here’s a cool dude on a cover found at a new site called VinylBeat

Agapito Zuniga with his squeeze box. Ideal Records.

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Don’t shoot the accordion player

Emile Prud’homme   “Pan dans Le Mimile”   CBS France

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