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Teacher of Love

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Intensified Sex For Couples  Plan 4   AJG Consultants  AJG Records (New York) (1975).  “Approach this recording with enthusiasm.  It will improve your life”   This series of records is an aid for women to become “THE MATE MEN DESIRE”.  This is some crazy shit from a time not that long ago but light years from how we talk today!  You can read the liner notes by clicking on the cover – there are some real doozies!

In case you’re curious about the others in the series:

PLAN 1:  How To Meet Men

PLAN 2:  How To Marry Rich

PLAN 3:  How To Be A Great Lover

PLAN 5: How to Keep Him

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Me and my aerobic

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Exercises for the New Mother

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Hot for teacher

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Incredible find here!  “Step by Step Instruction in Sexual Technique”  Erotic instruction by Miss Tuppy Owens on Sexual Rhapsody Records (UK)!  (1972)  “Not for the ears of children!”

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Games people play

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GRAND SLAM RECORDS “Learn Bridge at Home” with Robert Lee Johnson in 8 Easy Lessons  Based on the latest GOREN point count system.  (1958)  Blue Vinyl!

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The best planned lays

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Buckner Fanning  “The Strategy of Penetration”  Word.

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Music to spank by

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“Jugando Con Cleta”  Penaranda y su Acordeon  Span(k)oramic Records  14 Bombas!

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“And a one, and a two …”

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Bell Telephone Labs “Music From Mathematics”  (1960)  This is a piece of computer music history, with early examples of music generated by and performed on computers 50 years ago. Composers include Max Mathews, John Robinson Pierce, Newman Guttman, David Lewin, Lejaren Hilller, and S.D. Speeth. Booklet includes extensive notes, diagrams, photos, and score excerpts. NOTE: there is some overlap in content with the Decca records LP “Music from Mathematics,” (also posted here) but the two issues are not identical.

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Go forth and multiply

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A cool little floppy disc set from France.  The illustration is signed Jean Effel.

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“And Jesus slayed the dinosaurs”

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Home schoolin’ — A Bible Stori-Record A complete bible lesson for family listening and church school teaching

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Crest fallin’

“Edna and the Toothbrush”  Continental Records  Vinylite!

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