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Big Heads

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“Operatic Heroes and Villians”  Norman Treigle  Westminster Records

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Did You Stop to Spray This Morning?

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Bob and Barbara Jones (are) Traveling for Jesus  Private Pressing out of Dallas, Tx.

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I’m A Believer

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“My God Is Real”  Kay Myers from Arlington, Texas.

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LP Clover lovers

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Vocal: Sumito Tachikawa (left) Vocal: Mitsuko Kusabue (center) Vocal: Minori Matsushima (right) With Victor Orchestra “New Songs in Our Life” Records Japan (1964)

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Mercy!

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Two of our favorite categories here:  “Big Heads” and “The Big Hurt” …  Mercy Cantillo   Kristal Records

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Planet rock

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Schlager-Reise  Decca Records (Germany)

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Free your mind

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Top:  The Singing Psychic  Frances Cannon and The Extraterrestrials  Bottom:  “Behind My Mind”  A Humanistic Audio-Text!  “What would people say if they could see the real me?”  Yikes!   Two crazy oddball records from some far out chicks!  Both up for sale on eBay this weekend along with 100 other cool, collectible records from the LP Cover Lover archives.  Auction starts THIS Sunday, May 24th at 9PM.  Search for seller innerears

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Popaganda

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“You asked for more, Mr. DJ …”  Recorded in 1955  featuring contemporary pop stars of the day each singing the National Guard jingle, “You’re in Style”  (as in you’re in style, when you help your country’s defense forces)  “Every time you play this … platter you help KEEP YOUR GUARD UP”

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Le spank

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Fernand Raymnaud  Philips Records EP

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Are ya’all experienced?

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The Porter Wagoner Experience  RCA Records

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