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If artiste not stated, this is because none are acknowledged on sleeve or disc, and are unknown.
196--  = 1960's ( specific date unknown)

"HAPPY FEELING" ~ TREX * 1965
 Air Canada All Stars Steelband of Barbados playing: Come Leh We Go + The Sound Of Music +
 That Happy feeling + World Without Love (Lennon & McCartney).
 TREX Records B-007 Barbados * Rear of sleeve (printed by Cole's Printery) has a photo
  of the steel band outside the small airport * plays EX *  G/VG @  

"Fredy the famous Comedian and his original Swiss folklorists" ~ TOKOTON * 1961 (Switzerland)
  EP: Around The Lake + On The Chapel Bridege + Fredy's Swiss Polka + At The Floragarden.
  TOKOTON TKS  5001 * back cover states "Do you remember? Your trip through Switzerland
  also brought you into the famous Flora-Garden, Lucerne"  plays EX *  VG+/VG+ @ 14

"THE MAGIC SOUNDS OF TORBAY" ~ 1965
 Swimming sunbathing and rock pools, Torquay promenade, Kents Cavern, Brixham fishing etc, with
 with ligh humourous dialogue by Johnny Morris. Also "Torbay night life" by Jo Chester (who?). 
 Music (mainly guitar) by Bill Bramwell. Label is
FI-SOUND LTD ~ THE TORBAY SOUNDSCAPE (one-off issue).
 Speed 33
1/3 rpm *  blue cover (1st pressing) * VG+/VG (plays EX) 8 

"THE MAGIC SOUNDS OF TORBAY" ~ 1965
 Swimming sunbathing and rock pools, Torquay promenade, Kents Cavern, Brixham fishing etc, with
 with ligh humourous dialogue by Johnny Morris. Also "Torbay night life" by Jo Chester (who?). 
 Music (mainly guitar) by Bill Bramwell. Label is
FI-SOUND LTD ~ THE TORBAY SOUNDSCAPE (one-off issue).
 Speed 33
1/3 rpm * orange cover *  EX/VG+ (plays VG) 8

"THE MAORI OF NEW ZEALAND" ~ Viking VSP 10 1965 (NZ)
 Action Song + Love Song (E Pare Ra) + Haka Hiki Nuko + Legend by the Motuiti Youth Club.
 Love Song (Pokarekare Ana) + Farewell Song by St. Joseph's Maori Girls Choir.
  Gateefold sleeve with Illustrated / info pages *  EX/G @ 10

"BRISTOL FASHION" ~ Port Of Bristol Authoity * 1967
 Shanties and music from the Port Of ristol Authorities promotional film "Bristol fashion", in association
 with British Pathe Ltd. 1-sided extended play. Private pressing P129 * is crackly * EX/VG+ 10


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"MUSICAL GREETINGS FROM HOLLAND" ~ Netherlands Government Economic Information Service * 196- 
 Excerpts: side 1= Bells Of Rotterdam, St. Lawrence Church ("The Silver Fleet"); Street Organ, De Arbier; 
 Childrens Choir, De Damrakkertjes; Ensemvle, Vrij En Blij * side 2= Netherlands Wind Ensemble; 
 Dutch Swing College (High Society). Photographic g/f sleeve. Produced by Radio Nederland, Hilversum.
 Dutch Philips pressing (not credited). * plays crackly * VG/VG 10

"LOVE LEGENDS OF THE MAORI" ~ Viking VSP 11 1965 (NZ)
 Uia Mai + Manu Rere + Pania Of The Reef by The Mauriora Entertainers * Kia Ora E Arohanui by
 Vicki Baker * Hinemoa And Tutanekai by Taite Kupa & Vicki Baker * Hine E Hine by Isobel &
 Virginia Whatarau. * Gateefold sleeve with Illustrated / info pages * plays crackly * EX/VG+ 10

"MAORI LOVE SONGS" ~ Viking VE 62 1965 (NZ)
 Pokarekare, Hine ER Hine, Pehia, Haere Ra E Hine, Tena Koutou, Po Ata Rau, all sung
 by St. Josephh's Maori Girls College * plays crackly * VG+/EX @ 7

"MUSIC OF THE MAORI - POI AND HAND GAMES" ~ Viking VE 63  1965 (NZ)
  Te Rakau (Stick game) + Double Short Poi + Hoea Nga Waka (Slo Po) by Hukarer Maori Club.
  Maori Hand Games by Hokowhitu-Atu Concert Party * playus VG- * VG+/VG+

 

"PACIFIC PANORAMA" ~ BOAC 1967
  Health warning = these are no less than four songs composed and performed by ROLF HARRIS and
  PHILIP GREEN (Orchestra), and includes the GEORGE MITCHELL SINGERS. Side 1 = London Town
  (lyrics include The Beatles and LSD, and is probably one of Rolf's best ever compositions; Fijian Girl (this
  was also released as as Single). Side 2 = If You Ever Seen San Francisco; Under The Trees.
  Pressed by EMI (not credited) S/ SLE 8 Stereo * plays VG * VG/G @ 10



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"LET'S NOT SAY SAYONARA" ~ BOAC * 1968
 Side 1= Sukiyaki + Hello From Every Country (Konichiwa) by Kyu Sakamoto 
 Side 2 = Angel Love + Somewhere In The Fog * all titles are original Japanese language recordings.
 Souvenier record from BOAC to British passengers using their London to Tokyo flight.
 "Sukiyaki" is to us English  a 'happy' song, but in true is sad, and is stil the only Japanese language
 song to be a hit in England.  "Somewhere In The Fog" sung in Japanese by Jun is also a lovely song.
 Pressed by EMI (not credited) S/ SLE 20 Stereo *  VG/G @ 6  *  EX/VG+ @ 14

"BIEN VENIDO!" ~ Venezuelan International Airways S.A. * 196-
 Music of Venezuela presented for your entertainment by VIASA-VENEZUELAN INT. AIRWAYS S.A.
 Presented in Europe by KLM (Roayl Dutch Airlines). * Side 1 = Concierto en la Llanura +
 Barl ovento; Side 2 = Amalia Rosa + Rio Manzanares. *  g/f cover 
 Pressed by Duth Philips (not credited) * plays VG+ *  G/ G @ 10

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"BEAUTIFUL THAI ~ A Beautiful Way To Fly" ~ Thai Airways International Ltd. * 19--
 Version 1by Derck Shepherd; version 2 by Baby Quiletorio and the "Chocolate".
 Only copyright stated on label is THAI + royalsound. Pressed in Thailand?.* plays VG-  *  VG/EX+ @ 10

50TH ANNIVERSARY SOUVENIR" ~ Portuguese National Tourist Office (London) 1931-1981
 s1 = April In Portugal by Louis Armstrong; s2 = Coimibra by Amalia Rodrigues (vocal0 & Don Byas (Tenor sax).
 Spotlight records LPNT-1 * s2 intro crackly * VG/VG 18

"WILD & BEAUTIFUL" ~ BOAC * 1970
 BIRD SONGS OF THE SEYCHELLES. Live recordings and narration by Tony Beamish (Magpie Robin,
 Conch Shell, Black Parrot, Fairy Tern Colony, Wedge-Tailed Shearwater, etc). Also, 3 songs.
 die-cut g/f cover: internal flap missing *  Pressed by EMI (logo) SLE 31 * VG+/VG @

 

HARRY RAMSDEN'S  in conjunction with HAMMOND SAUCE * 1977
 s1 Freddie Davies sings The Ballad Of Harry Ramsden's; s2 Tune 'West Riding '. Brass band.
 Kentone label * Most probably was available to public (for their pricey fish & chips) * NM/EX+ 5

"A SOUND SOUVENIR OF MAJORCA" ~ Medreco 1968 (Spain)
  A sound picture of recordings made for tourist radio in English for "Radio International", broadcasting
  daily at 8pm on the tramsmitters of Radio Juventud, la Voz de Balcares.Sounds include The Lottery,
 Municipal Police Band Of Palma, Louis Armstrong, The Flamenco Style Of Cayetano, etc.
Ref to Whisky A Go Go (logo on back) * Medreco Test 7394 * plays VG *  VG+/G @ 10

"ISLANDS IN THE SUN" ~ BOAC * 1967
 Island In The Sun by Ken Kirkham And The Islanders; Every Time I Pass + Banana Boat (Day O)
 + Shame And Scandal In The Family by Papette And The Islanders Steelband. BOAC give-a-away.
 Pressed by EMI (not credited) S/ SLE 13 Stereo  * s1 crackly; s2 plays VG * VG+/VG+ 8

"ISLANDS IN THE SUN" ~ BOAC * 1968
 Side 1= Yellow Bird + Ammo Boccaio by Papette & The Islanders.
 + Shame And Scandal In The Family by Papette And The Islanders 
 Side 2 = Jamaica Fareweel + Island Woman by Ken Kirkham & The Islanders.  BOAC give-a-away.
 Pessed by EMI (not credited) S/ SLE 18  Stereo * plays crackly * VG/ G 6

"A GREAT WAY TO FLY" ~ MSA * 19--
 2 tracks on one side: theme song and instrumnetal version. No credits apart from (J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd).
 The Malaysian ~ Signapore Airline assoiation disbanded in 1972; this pressing is much later,
 so unknown source / concept? * EX/EX 10

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AGFA OPTIMA CAMERA * France 196-
 s1 'Optima Cha Cha' with female vocal. s2 'Besame Mucho' tune. Luis Valino Orchestra.         
 Actualite label. * NM/EX 10

 

PINAUD 612 * France 1963
 Michele Torr with Christian Chevallier orchestra: s1
:'LA GRANDE CHANSON'; s2 TOUT DOUCEMNET' 
 (To Know Him Is To Love Him). Back cover Michele with Pinaud Mascara  eye make-up * EX/NM 20

A SOUVENIR RECORD From LONGLEAT HOUSE * 1963
 'side 1 = the Marquess Of Bath talking about Longleat. Side 2 = "The Stately Homes Of england"
  sung by Owen Brannigan with The Orpheus String Quarete + Jack Werner on harpsichord.
 Souvenir Records, London W1 * plays VG * top of cover has pen scribbling 8

 

LOVEABLE UNDERWEAR * USA 1967
 'LOVEABLE RETAIL RADIO SPOTS': 8 tuneful tracks, 60 seconds each,  
 with demonstration store openings and closings * plays EX * EX/VG 14




COCA COLA * Germany 1968
 s1 track 1 Dave Dee, etc. '
I'LL STILL LOVE YOU' and is title/ photo of this EP.
 Track 2 Petula Clark
'THINGS GO BETTER WITH COKE' ending in Dave Dee, etc remarking on Pet, and    
 announcing in German end of side 1. * s2 trk 1 Dave Dee, etc adapted version of '
THINGS GO BETTER
 
WITH COKE', then introduce in German track 2 Diana Ross & The Supremes 'THINGS GO BETTER...
 adapted with Lovelight; track 3 DD introduce Ray Charles with his version of... Ends in each
 member of DDDBM&T saying farewell etc.* Promo EP? * VG/VG+ 24

 

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