Eric Smith Fona Records (Danish) (1959) I was the always the guy leaning on the stereo (distracted by the records!).
Walt Disney’s “Flubber” b/w “Son of Flubber” Disney Records (1963) Sung by Fred MacMurray (I bet he was on “My Three Sons” at the time) This is one of my earliest movie memories – but haven’t seen it since!
Wow! This is a cool one that we just picked up. That’s Jane Fonda in a Barbarella-like space suit on the cover of “Weekend Party” – an orchestra ez-listening record. This is from France. On the National Records label.
Marvin Rainwater and Bill Guess in “Love’s Prison” Brave Records (1963) This is interesting. Are they in the same “love prison”? So many questions.
“Old Man Boogie” Gunnar Winckler Sonet Records (Germany)
Candy Candido sings “You’re Nothin’ but a Nothin'” / “Barnacle Bill the Sailor” Capitol Records Bozo Approved 10″ Nice message to send to the kids huh?! And Candy Candido! Had to look him up – here’s a video of him doing “One Meatball”!
SIW & Johnny (were sweethearts) BFB Records (Sweden) Includes the club raves “Hemma Hos Oss”; “Kom, Kom, Kom, Kom” and “Sucu- Sucu”. This goes out to my pals at In Your Ear Records where I went to record collecting college.
From Sweden, Skräck, Spöken, Rysare (Horror, Ghosts, Thrillers) Stig Järrel Marilla Records (1973) Stig Järrel was a respected Swedish actor on stage and in the movies. He did both comedic and dramatic roles. (Thanks LP cover lover Martin!)
Arnold Palmer presents “Music for Swinging Golfers” Mark 56 Records (1960) Songs include: “Birdies Back in Town”, “Here comes the Bogie Man”, “Eagle Rock” and my favorite “Tee Fore Twosome” Another great illustrated cover from VIP
Three lovely ladies with long legs on these 45 sleeves from Belter Records (Spain)