The Blue Notes (or Bluenotes), Spacious Skies and Waving Grass, the Official Kansas Centennial Folk Song Album. Design/Art for Living, 1961.
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The Lonesome Valley Singers, Country and Western Railroad Songs, Diplomat DS 2621, LVS-1, 1960s. This is a stinkin’ great cover!
The “Sleepwalk” Guitars of Dan and Dale, Theme from Thunderball, Diplomat DS 2616, 1965. I like how it makes clear THIS IS NOT A SOUNDTRACK.
The Jazz All-Stars, Thunderball, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. & Other Secret Agent Themes, Design Records, SDLP-206, 1966. The blonde looks like the guy from Man From U.N.C.L.E.
I think these are both unopened, part of the set I bought at the closed out electronics store. Of course if the mood strikes, I’ll open them and listen to them! That’s what records are for! Speaking of records, you should check out The House of Black Wax
, he’s running an alternative list to the Rolling Stone Magazine Greatest 500 Albums that includes lots of great stuff!
If you plan on buying stuff online over the Christmas season (including avoiding crowds on Black Friday or participating in Cyber Monday) be sure to click my ads before you buy! You don’t have to buy the item you click on, just shop at the advertiser after clicking. For example, Thunderball [Blu-ray]
or Thunderball (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Various artists, Hi-Fi Around the World; Music to See a Travel Agent by, V-M Corp (Voice of Music), Form B-27 PM, 1950s?
George Greely and Harry Sukman – Brazil
Webley Edwards – Sweet Leilani
Les Baxter – Poor People Of Paris
John Raitt – Lady Of Spain
Roger Wagner Chorale – Blue Bells Of Scotland
Bobby Hackett – New Orleans
Nelson Riddle – Lisbon Antigua
Royal Polynesians, The featuring Charles Mauu – Tamure
George Shearing – Autumn In New York
Les Baxter – Poinciana
Roger Wagner Chorale – Santa Lucia
Ray Anthony – Basin Street Blues
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino, Music for Daydreaming, RCA-Victor LMP 1028, 1954 or 1955.
Frankly, this is an outstanding cover.
Little Jimmy Dickens, Sings Out Behind the Barn, Columbia CSRP 8687, 1962. One of the classic stars of country music that has been mostly forgotten. Too bad. He’s most famous for “May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose.” This is a new, unopened copy of the album.
Here’s a vid of “Out Behind the Barn” which includes many things you’d find happening out behind a barn.
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