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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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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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The savage young bieteltjes

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De Bieteltjes  Artone Records (Netherlands)  I need help with the translation here!

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Every picture tells a story

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“An Hour of Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes”  Uncle Mac “the storyteller”  Plymouth Records  Cool illustrations on this old children’s album cover (signed “Rado”)

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Satan Doll

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Mariangela  Philips Records (Portugal)  I believe Mariangela was a children’s TV show host in Portugal.  The bunny looks terrified.  And/or evil!   Poor kids.

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It’s Twizzle time

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“The Adventures of Twizzle”  Words by Roberta Leigh  Music by Leslie Clair  Orchestra by Barry Gray  RCA  Records  (UK)  Featuring Footso the cat (A Shaggs “Foot Foot” connection?)  Twizzle is actually a superhero (“able to make himself tall as a tree”) with unlimited powers.

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Me at work

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Pedago Scolavox  (France)

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Add Rock

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4 Disques pour savoir … la table de multipication   Magnard Records (France)

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Feed my Frankenstein cake

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Happy Birthday!  A Columbia Records flexi-disc (“Record Card”) featuring voices by Mel Blanc and Lennie Weinrib as Dr. Frankenstein, Frankenstein’s monster and his assistant!

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This old mouse

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“El Viejo Raton ”  Perico Records (Puerto Rico)

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