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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Rare Earth Hey Big Brother* *single (b/w Under God’s Light) (Rare Earth) (1971) (From: Complete Motown Singles – Vol 11B)
Liverpool Scene Baby single (b/w Son, Son) (RCA Victor) (1968) (From: Piccadilly Sunshine – British Pop Psych & Other Flavours – Part 18)
Benny Greb Grebfruit Grebfruit (n/a) (2005)
The Shangri-Las Give Him a Great Big Kiss single (b/w Twist And Shout) (Red Bird) (1964)
Harry Nilsson Life Line The Point! (RCA Victor) (1971)
The Jam News Of The World single (b/w Aunties And Uncles (Impulsive Youths)/Innocent man) (Polydor) (1978)
Elvis Costello & the Attractions with the TKO Horns Walking on Thin Ice Every Man Has A Woman (Polydor) (1984)
PJ Proby I Apologize single (b/w Rocking Pneumonia) (Liberty) (1965) (From: Biky’s Goud Van Oud)
Orleans Dance With Me single (b/w Ending Of A Song) (Asylum) (1975) (From: Billboard Top 100 1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Roland Kovac, Piano & String Orchestra
Trend Dancing Piano (Selected Sound) (1976)
The Undisputed Truth Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone single (b/w Friendship Train) (Gordy) (1972) (From: The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 12A: 1972)
Marvin Gaye You single (b/w Change What You Can) (Tamla) (1967) (From: Complete Motown Singles – Vol 7)
Marie Queenie Lyons See And Don’t See Soul Fever (DeLuxe) (1970)
Candi Staton Do Your Duty I’m Just A Prisoner (Fame) (1970) (From: Evidence: The Complete Fame Record Masters)
The Exception Sunday Night at the Prince Rupert single (b-side to Gaberdine Saturday Night Street Walker) (CBS) (1967) (From: The Eagle Flies on Friday: Complete Recordings 1967-1969)
Freddie King Sen-Sa-Shun single (b-side to I’m Tore Down) (Federal) (1961)
The Vocal Tones Wanna Lee single (b-side to Walkin’ With My Baby) (Juanita) (1958) (From: The Great Ladies Of Doo Wop)
Margie Singleton With The Merry Melody Singers Magic Star (Telstar) single (b/w Only Your Shadow Knows) (Mercury) (1963)
Leslie Uggams One More Sunrise (Morgen) single (b/w The Eyes Of God) (Columbia) (1959)
Music behind DJ: 
John Cameron
Safari So Good John Cameron & Alan Parker KPM 1130 – Afro Rock (KPM) (1973)
Tom Armstrong White Pines The Sky Is An Empty Eye (Dharma Bum) (1987) (From: Imaginational Anthem vol. 8 :)
Heron Oblivion Your Hollows Heron Oblivion (Sub Pop) (2016)
Aphrodite’s Child The Wedding Of The Lamb 666 (Vertigo) (1972)
Bent Wind Riverside Sussex (Trend) (1969)
Bobbie Gentry Reunion The Delta Sweete (Capitol) (1968) (From: Country Soul Sisters : Women In Country Music 1952 – 74)
Music behind DJ: 
Yo La Tengo
Popcorn Murder In The Second Degree (Egon)
The Wizards From Kansas High Flying Bird The Wizards From Kansas (Mercury) (1970) (From: IL#31- Drugs, Love and Pot)
The People’s People Monica The People’s People Present the Spirit of David (The Voice Of The People Record Co.) (1976)
White Hills Let The Right One In White Hills (Thrill Jockey) (2010)
Music behind DJ: 
The Rolling Stones
2000 Man (Instrumental) prev. unr. (n/a) (1967) (From: Unsurpassed Masters Vol.7)
Terry Reid Bang, Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) unk. (Epic) (1968) (From: Super Lungs: The Complete Studio Recordings 1966-1969)
Mississippi Fred McDowell What’s the Matter Now prev. unr. (n/a) (1959) (From: The First Recordings (1997/Rounder))
Howlin’ Wolf C.V. Wine Blues/Drinkin’ C V Wine unk. (Sun) (1952) (From: Sun: The Roots Of Rock: Volume 2: Sam’s Blues)
Charles Brown Get Yourself Another Fool shellac 10″ (b/w Ooh Ooh Sugar) (Aladdin) (1948) (From: Driftin’ Blues: The Best of Charles Brown)
Mike Finnigan & the Serfs Help Me Somebody single (b-side to Bread & Water) (Rhythm & Soul) (1965) [From: In Dan's Garage #6]
Jess Conrad Mystery Girl single (b/w The Big White House) (Decca) (1961)
Rusty Gabbard I Gotta Get My Sugar (While The Gettin’s Good) single (b-side to My Next Gal) (MGM) (1952) (From: M-G-M Hillbilly, Vol. 4)
Music behind DJ: 
Mike Moran
The Ultimate Groove Rock Comedy Themes (International Music) (1976) (From: Aunt Peg – OST)
Peggy Lee & George Shearing Nobody’s Heart Beauty And The Beat! (Capitol) (1959)
(the artist formerly known as) Prince La, La, La Means I Love U Emancipation (NPG) (1996)
Nancy Sinatra It Ain’t Me Babe Boots (Reprise) (1966)
Tom Waits Talking At The Same Time Bad As Me (Anti-) (2011)
Zombies Rip It Up prev. unr. (n/a) (196?) (From: Zombies Heaven: Live On The BBC)
David Bowie I’m Afraid Of Americans Earthling (RCA) (1997)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…
 
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Jan Endias
Jan Endias

Jan Endias

 
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33 1/3
33 1/3

The Merrill Staton Singers.

 
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“Old Bones” matchbook
“Old Bones” matchbook

An ebay acquisition, this still has all it’s matches.

 
HD feature in 1966 Norwegian trade magazine

HD feature in 1966 Norwegian trade magazine

This is fascinating stuff…if you read Norwegian…which of course, I do. No…really.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 
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Oil.
Oil.

Hinky Dinky motor oil. Who knew? Yes…eBay.

 
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Now we’re done.
Now we’re done.

Enough?

 
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Not done rolling.
Not done rolling.

Almost as many piano rolls as 78′s.

 
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Edison, no less.
Edison, no less.

Another eBay acquisition…of course. The b-side is “I’m Gonna Bring My Girl A Watermelon Tonight” by Billy Murray!

 
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Another eBay acquisition. I have a stack of recipes…perhaps I should post them all.

According to my dad:

“Helen Davis” was for awhile a fictitious staff home economist who made commercials, store appearances and wrote a newspaper column. She was our “Betty Crocker”. Her name meant nothing, other than it was wholesome sounding and began with an “H” and a “D.” The program was rather short=lived. I think we had two different “Helen’s”. Part of the problem was that the program lost some of its credibility when we had turnover in the character.

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