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Bound for glory

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Gospel According to Nina Simone  Trip Gospel Records  (1973)…

A1 Anytime, Anywhere
A2 Sunday In Savannah
A3 You Can’t Hide
A4 Nobody’s Fault But Mine
A5 To Be Young, Gifted & Black
B1 Brown Baby
B2 Sinnerman

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Cool for Cats

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Michele Morgan “Sings for Kids” Festival Records (France)

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Razin’ Cain

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SATAN! We’re going to tear your Kingdom Down.  The Young Adult Choir of the First Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland.

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Fossil record

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“Operatic Heroes and Villians”  Norman Treigle  Westminster Records

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Take the A Train

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“A Visit to Jazzland”  A sweet 10″ compilation of swing jazz from Philips Records (Holland).   Jimmy Lunceford, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Bunk Johnson, Bix Beiderbecke, etc.

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Spanish spy

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Cassen “Jaime Bonet en el Banquillo” b/w “James”  IFI Records (Spain). 1967 Soundtrack

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Twistin’ ‘Round the World

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“Ritmos en Orbita” Music Hall Records (Argentina) A killer compilation of Latin American Rock and Roll and Twist tracks by Los Crazy Boys, Los Dukes, The New Boys and others!

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Hello Dali!

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“Sardanas a Salvador Dali” La Selvatana   Sandiego Records (Spain)  (1964)

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She Came in Through the Bathroom Window

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Franco Trincale  “Terroni e Polentoni a Montecatini”  Fonola Records (Italy).  This has something to do with Southern Italians (Terroni) and Northern Italians (called Polentoni because they eat Polenta up there?) at a spa in Tuscany but obviously there’s a lot more going on here!

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A Naff is a Naff

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The Naff Family Sings The Naff Family Favorites.  Which are you favorite Naffs?  These are mine:

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