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Trains, Planes and Automobiles

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Cover grill

“You Got Soul”  A budget label release of soul covers from 1970  Avenue Records (UK). 

Track Listing:  You Got Soul / Heard It Through The Grapevine / Dancing In The Streets / Private Number / What Does It Take / Love Is Blue – I Can Sing A Rainbow / Tracks Of My Tears / I’ll Pick A Rose For My Rose / Harlem Suffle / Stop Her On Sight / Too Busy Thinking About My Baby / Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

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Coupes upside your head

The Deuce Coupes  The Shut Downs  (I’m not sure whether the group here is The Deuce Coupes or the Shut Downs.)  Crown Records  A budget label that specialized in hot rod releases, this one features studio session man Jerry Cole, sax solos, some anonymous vocals and racing engines.

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TGIF

“Happy Week-end”  A suite by Vivian Ellis  Decca Records EP (UK)  (1959)

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The Meeks shall inherit the airstream

The Meeks Family  “New Jerusalem’s Where I’m Bound”  Chapel Records  Front and back covers

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Movin’ on

GO!   The Treniers   Philips Records     What a beautiful car!!

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Sandwaves

“Scrambler”   World Pacific Records   (1964)   The Sandells first LP (The same group that scored the movie “Endless Summer”)

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Express yourself

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Made for speed

“Exitometrodeon”

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What the folk?

“Golden Folk Album”   (Vol. 4)     I think this is Korean but not sure.   Great cover shot though!

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Chrome dreams

Brigitte Bardot   “Harley Davidson”

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