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Sunday, January 30, 2011

WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENED JANUARY 1977


from the U.S. Navy


AUDIO PRODUCTIONS CO., INC.
1977





SIDE A:

January 1
January 2
January 3
January 4
January 5
January 6
January 7
January 8
January 9
January 10
January 11
January 12
January 13
January 14
January 15


SIDE B:

January 16
January 17
January 18
January 19
January 20
January 21
January 22
January 23
January 24
January 25
January 26
January 27
January 28
January 29
January 30
January 31



Editor's note: I meant to post this earlier in the month so that you could follow the daily history but obviously I don't care about you like that! Damn does this guy read fast as hell! A grimy voice as well that isn't befitting a history lesson. I like the idea but the setup is shite as each track is separated and has to be manually started. At least I learned that when you life the arm it automatically starts at the next track! 

Saturday, January 29, 2011

MARCH OF THE BUNNYKINS / JOGGLE

Bunnykins1
by The Royal Doulton Band; conducted by Ted Gray


BANDLEADER RECORDS
BUN 100
1984


bunnykins3


SIDE A:



MARCH OFTHE BUNNYKINS

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SIDE B:



JOGGLE

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bunnykins2

Editor's note: I don't know if this is supposed to be a 45/33 RPM so I went with what I thought sounded right, 45. This is only the second record I've posted this year but oddly enough they both include bunnies! Odd that I didn't even try for that effect but maybe it's a sign of things to come. Let's hope not!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

BUNNY GIRLS

033
by Bunny Girls


OASIS RECORDS
OL 1552
STEREO
1975


11


SIDE A:



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SIDE B:



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035

Editor's note: well, this blog sure had an auspicious ending as a daily music blog didn't it? You can blame a bad bout of the flu for that as I had fluids coming out of every hole for a good 4 days and was sick enough to not be able to blog. The other two weeks was just sheer laziness. Anyhow, I'm back and most likely will only post a few records a week but that fits better with a normal hobby than the daily routine. I probably wouldn't have even come back if I hadn't gotten a few offers for records and sold one for a few hundred doll-hairs on eBay. I love records but can't afford the hobby even at thrift store prices.

As for this record: I couldn't resist picking it up even though I have no clue what it's going on about. However, you can never pass up a record by Korean chicks called Bunny Girls. Too bad the previous owner marked up the covers with a pen. Enjoy you heathens.