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“The Wonderful World Of Sam Cooke” (1960, Keen). His first LP.

“The Wonderful World Of Sam Cooke” (1960, Keen). His first LP.

“Cooke’s Tour” (1960, RCA) by Sam Cooke.

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“Lonely Blue Nights With Rosie” (1961, Brunswick) by Rosie Hamlin, of Rosie & the Originals.  Her one and only LP.

Rosie* - Lonely Blue Nights (Vinyl, LP, Album) at Discogs

Cruisin' in the 50's and 60's

“One Fine Day” Laurie) by The Chiffons. Their second LP.

“Wheels” (1964, RCA) by the Tokens. Very rare hot rod LP by the doo-wop group most known for their recording of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”.

“Wheels” RCA) by the Tokens. Very rare hot rod LP by the doo-wop group most known for their recording of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”.

“Competition Coupe” (1963, RCA) by The Astronauts.  Their third LP.

“Competition Coupe” RCA) by The Astronauts. Their third LP.

“The Travelin’ Bare” (1964, RCA) by Bobby Bare.  His third LP.

“The Travelin’ Bare” (1964, RCA) by Bobby Bare. His third LP.

“Spotlight On Hank Ballard” (1961, King) by Hank Ballard And The Midnighters.  His fourth LP.

“Spotlight On Hank Ballard” King) by Hank Ballard And The Midnighters. His fourth LP.

“Circulate” (1961, RCA) by Neil Sedaka.

From the Rodgers/Hammerstein musical "The King And I". As heard on Sedaka's 1961 "Circulate" album

“Let Me Call You Sweetheart” (1962, Liberty) by Timi Yuro.  Her third LP.  (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvoDvlJW8P4)

“Let Me Call You Sweetheart” (1962, Liberty) by Timi Yuro. Her third LP. (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvoDvlJW8P4)

The Orlons - South Street By The Orlons at Discogs 1963

Find a The Orlons - South Street By The Orlons first pressing or reissue. Complete your The Orlons collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.

“More Souvenirs” (1964, RCA) by Hank Snow.

“More Souvenirs” (1964, RCA) by Hank Snow.

“Sandy” (1960, Strand) by Larry Hall..... My great uncle.

“Sandy” Strand) by Larry Hall. My great uncle.

“Don’t Play Me Cheap” (1963, Sue) by Ike and Tina Turner.

“Don’t Play Me Cheap” Sue) by Ike and Tina Turner.

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