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Thursday, January 08, 2009

Current Hits



Ah yes, the cheapie knock off albums of the sixties, designed to separate cold hard cash from the people who didn't bother to read fine print.
I remember the ones that were marketed "As sung by the Original Artists" and of course it the music wasn't by the person who had originally recorded it, but by a band whose name was "The Original Artists".

Tobaldolang's House of Music (which sounds like an emporium that would have sold this type of album) has plenty of these old stinkers, including a British Invasion album with Cockney accents via Nashville. Don't miss the abysmal "Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter" from "From Britain With Beat".