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1950s VINYL RECORDS 45 rpm - $2 (Florissant, MO)

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This is a large assortment of used 45 rpm records. They include a wide variety of artists ranging from the 1950s. The records from the 1950s and the children’s records have covers. Minor scratches or cracks are rare, but indicated when known. Records are generally priced at $2 each, except when noted.

1950s

ACUFF, ROY AND HIS SMOKY MOUNTAIN BOYS, 1955,
EAP-3-617, Part 3, with cover $4.00
A) The Wreck On The Highway and Night Train To Memphis
B) The Great Titanic and Come Back Little Pal
ANTHONY, FRANK AND HIS DIXIE PARADE ORCHESTRA, 1954, EAP-1-539, with cover
A) The Darktown Strutters’ Ball and When the Saints Go Marching in March
B) Spaghetti Rag and Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
ARNOLD, EDDY, 1956, EPA-787, with cover
A) Bouquet of Roses and That’s How Much I Love You
B) I’ll Hold You In My Heart and Anytime
BRUBECK, DAVE QUARTET, 1959, 4-41479
A) Take Five
B) Blue Rondo A La Turk
CARROLL, DAVID, 71917, with sleeve
A) Theme From Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
B) The White Rose Of Athens
CLARK, SANFORD, 1956, 45-15534
A) 9 LB. HAMMER
B) OOO BABY
COMO, PERRY AND HIS FRIENDS, 1959, SP-45-55, with cover
A) Hot Diggity, Patricia and Lazy Bones
B) Dream Along With Me, Land of Dreams and Bewitched
CROSBY, BING, 1954, ED-2128, Vol. 2, with cover
A) Secret Love and I Love Paris
B) Changing Partners and Y’All Come
ELLINGTON, DUKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1957, B-2120, with cover
A) Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue, Part I
B) Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue, Part II
FONT, RALPH AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1958, KE-734,
with cover
A) Mambo #5 and La Negra Tomasa
B) Mambo Gallego and Ran Kan Kan
FOUR ACES, 1955, 9-29625, with sleeve
A) Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing
B) Shine On Harvest Moon
FOUR ACES, 1957, 9-30466
A) How Do You Say Goodbye
B) I Would Love You Still
GOODMAN, BENNY AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1958,
ZTEP 27373, with cover
A) Swing Into Spring and Blue Skies
B) Have You Met Miss Jones and Swingtime In The Rockies
GOODMAN, BENNY AND ELLA FITZGERALD, 1959,
EPA-5100, with cover $4.00
A) Goodnight My Love and Take Another Guess
B) Did You Mean It? and The Kingdom of Swing
HERMAN,WOODY, ED-2246, with cover
A) Woodchopper’s Ball and Who Dat Up Dere?
B) The Golden Wedding and Yardbird Shuffle
JONES, SPIKE AND HIS CITY SLICKERS, 1956, 47-0175,
with sleeve
A) William Tell Overture
B) The Man On The Flying Trapeze
MANTOVANI FILM ENCORES, VOL. 1, BEP-6320
A) Over The Rainbow and Laura
B) September Song and Intermezzo
MANTOVANI FILM ENCORES, VOL. 2, BEP-6321, with cover
A) Three Coins In The Fountain and Summertime In Venice
B) My Foolish Heart and Unchained Melody
MARTIN, TONY, EP-1-3018, with cover
A) I’ll See You In My Dreams and That Old Black Magic
B) To Each His Own and As Time Goes By
MARTINDALE, WINK, 1959, 45-15968, with cover
A) Now You Know How It Feels
B) Deck Of Cards
MATHIS, JOHNNY, 1957, B-10281
A) Let Me Love You and All Through The Night
B) Will I Find My Love Today and Looking At You
MILLER, GLENN, 447-0041, with cover $4.00
A) Elmer’s Tune
B) Johnson Rag
PAGE, PATTI, C-30028X45, with sleeve
A) The Doggie In the Window
B) Cross Over The Bridge
PAUL, LES AND MARY FORD, 1953, EAP 1-416, with cover
A) How High The Moon and Josephine
B) Mockin’ Bird Hill and Whispering
RALKE, DON, 1959, 5058, with sleeve
A) Stardust
B) Zooba!
RITTER, TEX, Double Album, EBF-4004, 1-4004, with cover $4.00
A) San Antonio Rose and Try Me One More Time
B) Rye Whiskey and Blood On The Saddle
C) Boll Weevil Song and Bad Brahma Bull
D) Rounded Up In Glory and The Chisholm Trail
RODGERS, JIMMIE, Memorial Album, EPAT-410, with cover $4.00
A) Pistol Packin’ Papa and Jimmie’s Mean Mama Blues
B) Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea and Blue Yodel No. 6
RODGERS, JIMMIE, EPAT-22, with cover $4.00
A) My Old Pal and Desert Blues
B) I’m Sorry We Met and Blue Yodel No. 3
SHAW, ARTIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1958, EPA-5033,
with sleeve
A) Star Dust and Dancing In The Dark
B) Begin The Beguine and Temptation
SHAY, DOROTHY, Double Album, 1946, B-392-4, 5-1860,
with cover $4.00
A) Uncle Fud and I’m In Love With A Married Man
B) Feudin’ And Fightin” and We’re Sweethearts Again
A) Mountain Gal and Efficiency
B) Flat River, Missouri and I’ve Been To Hollywood
SINATRA, FRANK, 1959, EAP 2-1221, with cover $4.00
A) I Don’t Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You
A) Here’s That Rainy Day
B) I Can’t Get Started
SINATRA, FRANK, 1959, 920, 2-920, with cover $4.00
A) April In Paris and Around the World
B) Autumn In New York
SINATRA, FRANK, 1962, R-20,059, with cover $4.00
A) Stardust
B) Come Rain Or Come Shine
SINATRA, FRANK, 1962, R-20,040, with cover $4.00
A) Pocketful Of Miracles
B) Name It And It’s Yours
SINATRA, FRANK, 1955, B-7432, with sleeve $4.00
A) She’s Funny That Way and Fools Rush In
B) These Foolish Things
SMITH, ETHEL, ED-2074, with cover
A) Dancin’ With Someone and April in Portugal
B) I Believe and Ruby
SONS OF THE PIONEERS, 1952, Double Album, EPB 3032, with cover $4.00
A) Tumbling Tumbleweeds and The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma
B) Cool Water and Chant Of The Wanderer
A) Cowboy Camp Meetin’ and Blue Prairie
B) The Timber Trail and Trees
STARR, KAY, EAP 3-1254, 3-1254, with cover
A) Night Train and Riders In The Sky
B) Lazy River and Movin’I
THE GAYLORDS, 1959, 71399X45
A) How About Me
B) Again
THE JONAH JONES QUARTET, EAP 1-1083, with cover
A) True Love and Tammy
B) An Affair To Remember and Secret Love
THE PLAYMATES, 1958, R-4200
A) First Love
B) A-Ciu-E
THE THEATRE GUILD MUSICAL PLAY, OKLAHOMA
Triple Album, 1953, ED-801, with cover $4.00
A) Oklahoma Overture and Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’
B) Oklahoma and Finale
A) The Surrey With The Fringe On Top and Kansas City
B) Out of My Dreams and All Er Nothin’
A) I Cain’t Say No and Many A New Day
B) People Will Say We’re in Love and Pore Jud is Daid
WILLIAMS, ANDY, 1957, 1340
A) Are You Sincere
B) Be Mine Tonight
WILLIAMS, HANK, 1955, X-1136, with cover $4.00
A) Lonesome whistle and I Just Don’t Like this Kind of Livin’
B) Take These Chains From My Heart and Why Don’t You Love Me
WILLIAMS, HANK, Memorial Double Album, 1953, X-202,
with cover $4.00
A) Your Cheatin’ Heart and Settin’ The Woods On Fire
B) You Win Again and Hey, Good Lookin’
A) Cold, Cold Heart and Kaw-Liga
B) I Could Never Be Ashamed of You and Half As Much
WILLIAMS, TEX AND HIS WESTERN CARAVAN, Double Album, EBF-4005, with cover $4.00
A) Beer Barel Polka and Cowboy Polka
B) Milkman Polka and Capitol Polka
C) Cowbell Polka and Banjo Polka
D) Yodeling Polka and Big Bass Polka
YANKOVIC, FRANKIE, Double Album, B-426-3 and 5-1963, with cover
A) Orphan Waltz and Remember Dear
B) Waukegan Polka and Gerald’s Polka
A) Crying Polka and Mark Polka
B) June Waltz and Shenandoah Waltz
YOUNG, FARON, 1956, EAP 1-611, with cover
A) If You Ain’t Lovin’ and A Place For Girls Like You
B) Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young and If That’s The Fashion

CHILDREN’S RECORDS

CORKY AND WHITE SHADOW, DBR-59, with cover $4.00
A) My Pa
B) Buckwheat Cakes and Uncle Dan
DEAN, EDDIE, C-133, with cover $4.00
A) Hobble-De-Hoy
B) Whoopee Ti Yi Yo Git Along Little Dogies
DONALD DUCK, 1960, Featuring the Original Voice, with cover $4.00
A) Donald Duck Theme Song
B) Donald Duck Around the World
JONES, JOHNNY AND JACK ARTHUR, 78 rpm, 372,
with cover
A) Smokey The Bear
B) Get Along Little Dogie and Polly Wolly Doodle
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, 78 rpm, 504, with cover
A) Narrated by Jack Arthur
B) Narrated by Jack Arthur
PETER PAN ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS, 78 rpm, 1965, 549, with cover
A) Alphabet Song
B) Chocolate Train
PETER PAN ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS, 78 rpm, 614,
with cover
A) I Am A Train
B) I Am A Truck
PETER PAN ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS, 45-525, with cover
A) Red Wing
B) Red River Valley
POPEYE SINGS, Little Golden Records
A) Never Pick a Fight With Popeye
B) Help! Help!
STEVENS, STELLA WITH THE GOLDEN ORCHESTRA,
78 rpm, R-617, with cover
A) Little Drummer Boy
B) Children’s Christmas Carol
THE CLOCK THAT WENT TOCK-TICK, 1962, 78 rpm, 592-B, with cover
A) Narrated by Arnold Stang
B) Narrated by Arnold Stang
THE 4 CRICKETONES, C-38
A) The Three Pigs
B) Medley of Favorites
THE CRICKETONES, C-62, with cover
A) Square Dances For Children
B) Square Dances For Children
THE GOLDEN CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, 78 rpm, 618,
with cover
A) The Twelve Days of Christmas, Part 1
B) The Twelve Days of Christmas, Part 2

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