Friday, January 23, 2015
(that title is an inside joke, so kindly disregard it)
Nice cheesecakey front, too. ;)
Ah, there it is.
More info on Ronnie Aldrich here. You can see there that he's a pleasant looking fella, but honestly, I'd rather see the girl on the cover. Heh.
Saturday, January 17, 2015
Banjo party time, that is!
I can't picture an album like this being played at a party nowadays, not even in places you'd think of as being more banjo-centric than most. :-(
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Don't get too excited by that intriguing acronym, it only stands for...
Yay. :-/ There is a very interesting at-the-time fact below, though!
They put "O Canada" on it? Weird.
Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty? Wha?!
World's leading producer of ASBESTOS! Sorry, citizens of Earth...
They played a little commercial/P.S.A./whatever about the Kanatta thing roughly 17 trillion times throughout the 90s. Maybe it's on YouTube. *checking* Nope! (I didn't look for very long)
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Not nowadays! :p (well...I could quite easily, actually. Could you?)
This is one o' them 8" records. Gives tons of info on the front, which is good in this case.
Five years from when? Heh.
The album doesn't teach you how to get one of these, unfortunately.
In other words, devote your life to making money and you might succeed. :p
This album was a HUGE success. According to his wiki page, "In 1956 he produced a spoken word record, The Strangest Secret, which sold over a million copies, making it the first spoken-word recording to achieve Gold Record status."