Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Sunday, October 24, 2010

The Haunted House



Here's on for the season. Follow this handy dandy LINK to get both sides and super big scans of everything.
Enjoy!
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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Television Tommy



I just bought a ton more of these at a junk shop recently. 24 of them for about $7.00. So far i’ve transferred about half.

I dig this one quite a bit. That Television Tommy is one rotten kid all right.


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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Happy Birthday!



Here's one for my friend in Nashville, who i don't talk to anywhere near often enough. A cheezy kiddie rcord to help him bring in the third decade of his life ought to make up for it i figure...

Happy dirty thirty Brett! It's just not as fun watching post-season baseball without you pal.


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Cowboys and Injuns





Check out this awesome two-sider.
Easy come, Easy go.


Here come the cowboys



There go the Injuns

Monday, October 18, 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Choo Choo Train



The best part about these old 6" 78's is that they are all under two minutes long. I guess six year olds in the 1950's didn't have any attention span either. They sure had better music though...

Here's comes the Choo Choo Train! All 1 minute 44 seconds of it.


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Friday, October 8, 2010

Westward Ho!





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Welcome to the companion to my other blog, Junk Shop Juke Box. I post mostly unusual rock and roll type stuff over there, obscure b-sides etc, but i like to switch it up and play a little bit of everything... This blog is where i plan on sharing some selections from my ever growing vintage children's record collection.

Some of these will be things that i owned when i was a kid, but the majority of what will end up here are old 78s that i have rescued from thrift stores and junk shops.

I transferred the 78s by playing them at 45 rpm and speeding up the digital files using Audacity. I cleaned them up the best i could, but don't expect super high fidelity here, it's a miracle that some of them survived all these years at all.


Just picked this one up a few weeks ago. Ran me a whole 25 cents.
Hope you enjoy.


The Ballad Of John Colter



Pioneer's Prayer