Perhaps in the far distant future some collector of twentieth century curiosities will come across this album and smile at its quaint reference to “Young Moderns” back in a time that will have become old-fashioned. Studying this album’s cover, the collector may wonder if the couple represents a typical pair of our Young Moderns. … A Do-It-Yourself, No-Money-Down, Wrought-Iron, Stainless Steel couple; intimate with Orlon, Bufferin, and Sports Cars; Sanforized, Shock-Proof, Fortified-With-Vitamins, Boosters of Good Design, Yearners after Color TV, and Owner of Long-Playing Albums.
Sam Donahue, For Young Moderns in Love, Capitol T 613. 1954.
The liner notes are fascinating.