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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • JOIN THE NAVY, 1917

Vintage Vinyl Revisited

Vintage Vinyl Revisited

In Vintage Vinyl: 1963 we found a stand with 120 vinyl records (119 different ones). I did a little research on the covers and found half the number, most of them even in the shown mono version! Here is the result (Updated with the help of AKabaker for the items 06.10, 11.01 and 12.02). View full size.

01.01 Romantic
01.02 ??
01.03 Ted Straeter sings to the most beautiful girl in the world - Columbia
01.04 ??
01.05 Ted Straeter sings to the most beautiful girl in the world - Columbia
01.06 ??
01.07 Change??
01.08 ??
01.09 ??
01.10 ??
02.01 ??
02.02 ??
02.03 ??
02.04 ??
02.05 Tommy Edwards, For Young Lovers - MGM
02.06 ??
02.07 ??
02.08 ??
02.09 ??
02.10 Jack Kerouac Steve Allen, Poetry for the beat generation - Hanover
03.01 ??
03.02 Gisele McKenzie - Vik
03.03 ??
03.04 ??
03.05 Johnny Nash, Let's Get Lost - ABC
03.06 ??
03.07 Julie Andrews - RCA
03.08 ??
03.09 Nick Trully?
03.10 ??
04.01 ??
04.02 Hank Snow Country & Western Jamboree - RCA
04.03 Me
04.04 ??
04.05 Hank Thompson And His Brazos Valley Boys – Hank! - Capitol
04.06 Ted Heath - A Yank in Europe - London
04.07 ??
04.08 Peggy Lee – I like MEN! - Capitol
04.09 ??
04.10 Keely Smith - Swing you lovers - Dot
05.01 Having A Ball With The Three Suns - RCA
05.02 ??
05.03 ??
05.04 Alice in wonderland
05.05 ??
05.06 ??
05.07 ??
05.08 ??
05.09 Year of love
05.10 ??
06.01 Jim Reeves - RCA
06.02 ??
06.03 ??
06.04 Sun's Gonna Shine – The extraordinary voice of Elmerlee Thomas - WB
06.05 Alfred Newman conducts music for motion pictures - Mercury
06.06 ??
06.07 Southern?
06.08 George Shearing Quintet, The – When Lights Are Low - MGM
06.09 ??
06.10 Dakota Stanton - Dakota at Storyville - Capitol
07.01 Michel Legrand And His Orchestra – Holiday In Rome - Columbia
07.02 ? Streep?
07.03 Gretchen Wyler - Wild Wyler Wildest - Jubilee
07.04 ?ely Smith swingin'
07.05 Ella Mae Morse - Morse Code - Capitol
07.06 Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney, Fancy Meeting You Here - RCA
07.07 Beat
07.08 Listen To Day - Doris Sings A New Collection Of Songs - Columbia
07.09 ??
07.10 Word Jazz, featuring Ken Nordine and the Fred Katz Group - Dot
08.01 New Recordings Of Hank Thompson's All-Time Hits - Capitol
08.02 ??
08.03 Sir Charles Thompson And The Swing Organ - Columbia
08.04 ?ni and his orchestra
08.05 The golden boy Roy Hamilton - Epic
08.06 Ethel Smith on Broadway - Decca
08.07 Teresa Brewer Music, Music, Music - Coral
08.08 ??
08.09 ??
08.10 Harry Belafonte - Calypso - RCA
09.01 Keys Alicirif
09.02 ??
09.03 Ernest Tubb Favorites - Decca
09.04 Patti Page, In The Land Of Hi-Fi - EmArcy-Mercury
09.05 Mel Torme & Marty Paich – Songs Of Love - Hurrah
09.06 Hank Williams, Sing me a blue song – MGM
09.07 ??
09.08 ??
09.09 Les Baxter – Caribbean Moonlight – Capitol
09.10 Charlie Weaver sings for his people - Columbia
10.01 Johnny Mathis – Faithfully – Fontana
10.02 Johnny Mathis, Good night, Dear Lord - Columbia
10.03 Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars - Columbia
10.04 ??
10.05 JO
10.06 Page Morton, May you always - MGM
10.07 Gene Austin – Restless Heart - RCA Victor
10.08 Nick Noble - The romantic voice of Nick Noble – You don't know what love is - Mercury
10.09 Marcy Lutes – Debut – Decca
10.10 Julie London – Make love to me – Liberty
11.01 Ray Ellis & His Orchestra - Ellis in Wonderland -Columbia
11.02 The Four Lads, Cl. Thornhill & Orchestra – On The Sunny Side - Columbia
11.03 Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians - the music man – Capitol
11.04 Kenyon Hopkins – The Fugitive Kind – Motion picture sound track - UA
11.05 ??vers and ??
11.06 The Interns - the wildest music fom the wildest party ever filmed – Music from the motion picture – Colpix
11.07 Phil Nimmons – The Canadian Scene via the Phil Nimmons Group – Verve
11.08 --- Hal Stanley ----
11.09 Andy Griffith, Dolores Gray, in Destry Rides Again – Decca
11.10 Ruggles Of Red Gap – Original Cast Recording – Verve
12.01 Doris Day – Love Me Or Leave Me – Columbia
12.02 Barabbas -Original Movie Soundtrack - Colpix Records
12.03 Les Girls, Recorded from the sound track of Cole Porter's – MGM
12.04 ??
12.05 Leave it to Jane – An original cast recording - Strand
12.06 Hit the Deck – Recorded directly from the Sound Track of M-G-M's Magical Color Musical – MGM
12.07 Gertrude Lawrence - The King and I - Decca
12.08 Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I – from the Sound Track of the motion picture – Capitol
12.09 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel – Capitol
12.10 Bing Crosby, Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner — Say One For Me – Columbia

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Wow, wow

AKabaker, you even found three of them, thanks!
I added them, plus I added the few information I could determine of some of the others.

Wow

Impressive work. My goal for the afternoon is to find at least one of records not on this list.

 
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