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The Breakfast Club

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Thee Muffins “Pop Up!”  (1966) Private pressing; only 200 or so manufactured, “FOR FAN CLUB USE ONLY”.  “10 Hits By One Of The Fastest Rising Groups In America”

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Helle yeah!

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(Missionary-evangelist) Dale V. Helle sings (“Let he that know best hold you …”)  “In The Hollow of His Hand”   Sacred Records

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Finger poppin’ daddy

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IMG_0569Gamlin “Morbror Ruben” KNEP Records

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Gingham style

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Karin & Popcorn LSM Records (Norway) (1977).

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Real Gone Daddy

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PAOLA  Philips Records (France)

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Corkers

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“High Spirits”  (Blended by) The Sims-Wheeler Vintage Jazz Band  Polydor Records (Germany)

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The Butcher Cover

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Grade “A” Dance Music with a Swing Beat   Jump blues from Joe Thomas b/w Al Sears  Audio Lab Records (1960)  Featuring “Raw Meat” (which is very rare indeed).

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B-Cup

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“Film Special”  Guadrifoglio Records (Italy)  Arsenio Bracco Orchestra No. 2

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I’m your puppet (don’t mess with me)

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Creepy.  We love these really odd records.  Scary dolls.  This children’s record is from Mascot Records in Denmark circa 1958.   The artist is Olaf Kjeldstrup but the real star is the ragdoll with the ukelele.

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Dwarf star

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Venus and Larry “Comedy Jackpot”  Here’s a super rarity.  No liner notes or bios, label info, dates or any information found online.  Does anyone know this one?

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