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August, 2019

Tony’s got it (but I want it)

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“I’ve Got It”  The Singing Parkers  Gospel Key Records (Bakersfield)   I love the dramatic lighting on the sisters’ cascading curls, their intense gazes, their shiny dresses, their heads held high in the brilliant glow of a divine presence.

Another great “hair piece” find from LP Cover Lover founder and master vinyl archeologist Tony Valenti.

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When in Rome

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“Cavalcata di Motivi”  Barimar e L’allegra Brigata with Tony Martucci  RCA Records (Italy)  Great overhead shot of 1950’s record party – in Italy.

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Blue jean bop

IMG_0883Los Teen Tops “Rock”  Fontana Records (Spain)

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Daddy sang bass

IMG_0880“Tweeter and Woofer”  (The highs and lows of Hi-Fi for Youngsters)  Columbia Children’s Records

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Let me play with your poodle

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Ritmos de Hoy  Belter Records (Spain)   Various Artists EP with Frank Bacon, Joanna Bell, Tony Steven and (my favorite) The Layabouts.

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Acid rain (that is)

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“Childrens Stories for a Rainy Day’  Robin Hood Records  Sometimes these kids’ records are super trippy!  Here’s one example that pushes the imagination and borders on the psychedelic.

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