I love my Organ!

Music
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Organ music used to be pretty popular.

Lawrence Welk presents Bob Ralston, I Left My Heart in San Francisco, Ranwood Records R8064, 1969.

Dick Leibert, Hits to Keep Forever, RCA Victor LAP-2910 (it says 1964 on the back, but this has orange label on the record so I think it’s a 1970s pressing). The bottom right corner is cut.

Jesse Crawford, 12 All Time Waltz Favorites, International Award Series (Pickwick), AK 278, 1959 (but possibly a later pressing also as it’s not a heavy record)

All three have the cellophane still on them. Spines are all great, the records look great, so I’m fairly confident with a VG+ rating other than the one with the corner cut, depending on how you would rate that. And, they are on eBay right now!
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One thought on “I love my Organ!

  1. We had an organ. I used to play around with it, but my folks never did. I didn’t know many tunes, but I mastered “Mary Had A Little Lamb” and “Doe, a deer: a female deer”. I was awesome.

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