Tag Archives: 33 rpm

The Best of Bloopers

The material in this recording is authentic and was gathered from kinescopes, sound tracks, video tapes, and other bonifide sources…It is dedicated as a sympathetic tribute to members of the broadcasting industry who have been the victim of these classic boners.

The Organ in Stereo

And that’s all there is for this one — no liner notes at all. I’m guessing that this was a ‘60’s era ‘stereo recording is a new thing’ release, but haven’t been able to find any definitive information.

Party Songs Hawaiian Style

One of the most exciting things that can happen to a person is a real, honest-to-goodness Hawaiian party. It can happen any place, any time, and it’s very likely to be impromptu. Conviviality reigns. Food and drink are abundant. Everybody sings and dances. Most play one or more instruments. Ukuleles appear from nowhere, and if you’re very lucky there’s a slack key guitarist among the group…or someone rounds him up.


Musicians as determinedly spontaneous as Salvation by necessity must make music that reflects their own personalities and Salvation’s music is joyous and ‘good timey.’ But perhaps the best comment on its flavor came from the Berkeley poet John Thompson who stopped by and chanced to hear the test pressing. He was fascinated and when it was over he murmured, ‘It’s like a birthday present!’ And it is, isn’t it?

The Music of Cosmos

Human music is an expression of our thoughts and our feelings, a combination that is the distinction of our species. We dedicate this record to the musicians of Planet Earth.

Anything Goes! The Dave Brubeck Quartet plays Cole Porter

It’s been said it’s dangerous to put old wine in new bottles. But after several samplings of this album there seems to be some doubt about the statement, especially since the vino in question is splendidly aged Cole Porter and the vessel the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Star Trek Story Record BR 513

This action-packed book and record set includes a full color illustrated book and a 12” 33 1/3 L.P. record especially designed so you can read the story and hear the record - follow along word for word! The action comes alive before your eyes.

The Banjo Barons: Banjos Back in Town

Listen for the startling clarity of the banjos as they strum their way through this happy music—36 all time favorites—in duets and trios of sparkling fun. Along the way there are occasional throbs from the organ and some doo-wacka-doo trumpet that add to the entertainment. Banjos are back in town, better than ever!


Break dancing is the combination of gymnastics and free-style street dancing—the marriage of athletics and cool. The kids who break are old enough to have the power and strength necessary but young enough to take it. From Old Style to 1990 action, breaking sets the body up for moves from ballet smooth to high-stress acrobatics. And with the New York City Breakers, you know that the moves will be on and most definitely in check.

Hap Miller and his Sun Valley Lodge Orchestra: It Happened in Sun Valley

…a collection of the favorite songs of Sun Valley guests as played by Hap Miller and his Orchestra.