I used to build quite a few models back in the day. Not a ton, I certainly knew kids who did more and better than I, but it was something I enjoyed. Here’s a couple of certificates from the Revell Modelers Club. Don’t know exactly what years they are, but I would guess late 1970s. Possibly early 1980s, but more likely ’70s. I wish I still had some of those catalogs. I built mainly cars, but also WWII planes and a couple of ships.
I found this in some magazines that were getting thrown out. I opened one up and it fell on this 1957 Chevy ad that I’d not seen before so I cut it out. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to get more. I’d sell this for $5. This magazine was called Holiday.
The Blue Notes (or Bluenotes), Spacious Skies and Waving Grass, the Official Kansas Centennial Folk Song Album. Design/Art for Living, 1961.
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Eartha Kitt, Folk Tales of the Tribes of Africa, Caedmon TC 1267, 1968.
Once while playing Scattergories
, I used Eartha Kitt and no one else at the table knew who she was (other than my wife, of course). And I wasn’t even the oldest one at the table by a long shot. What a shame.
Ray Martin, Pop Goes the Swingin’ Marchin’ Band, RCA-Victor LPM-1771, 1958. Songs are
Rock Around The Clock
Sail Along Silv’ry Moon
Cheer Leader Cha Cha
Lullaby Of Birdland
The Mexican Hat Dance March
Begin The Beguine
Who’s Sorry Now
Rock And Roll March
The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues March
I don’t know if this was a novelty then, taking pop songs and putting them to a marching band, but it’s what every high school marching band does now.
I’d sell this for $3 plus $4 shipping. I hate that I have to charge for shipping, but there’s no way around it.
Earl Bateman, Modern Square Dances with calls by Earl Bateman. Smokey Warren’s Square Dancers. This is a still sealed copy I got from a closed electronics store. I just like the cover.
Here’s an Ampeg amplifiers advertisement from the Country Music Who’s Who – 1966. Dig that wild font! Looks more like something from San Francisco of the time than Nashville.