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Plastic Cow Goes Moo album cover

Beatles, Bach & Bacharach Go Bossa – Alan Moorhouse Orchestra (1971)

Hot Bagel featuring Hyman Gold ‘N’ Cello, his Orchestra and Chorus (late 1950s)

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The 1975 Merchandise
The 1975 Merchandise

Barbecue from the series Music for Gracious Living, Peter Barclay and His Orchestra (1950s)

Surfers’ Pyjama Party (recorded live at UCLA campus)- The Centurians (1960s)

Perfect Background Music for your Home Movies – Norman Paris (1964)

Spectacular Accordions – Charles Cammileri (1960s)

Introduction to Jazz by the Rev A.L. Kershaw – Various Artists (1956)

How To Keep Your Husband Happy – Debbie Drake (early 1960s)

Music, Ecology and You – Irma Glen (1970)

Jack Diamond Live at the Norbreck Castle Inn, Blackpool (1971)

Disco Round the Moon — CPO’s great disco beat takes you out of this world, – Various artists including Duffy Power (1978)

Blues for a Stripper and other exciting sounds– composed and conducted by Mundell Lowe (1962)

Little Egypt presents How to Belly Dance for your Husband– Sonny Lester and his Orchestra (1960s)

Provocative Percussion – Enoch Light and the Light Brigade (US, 1959)

Alfred Hitchcock presents Music To Be Murdered By (1960s)

Fastest Balalaika in the West – Sasha Palinoff & his Russian Gypsy Orchestra (1964)

Herman’s Hermits Greatest Hits Played by the Liverpool Strings (1960)

Bloody Ballads, Classic British and American Murder Ballads – Paul Clayton (1956)

After Hours Middle East – Sonny Lester & His Orchestra (1960s)

John Cage meets Sun Ra (1960s)….help!

Let Me Touch Him – The Ministers Quartet (1950s)

The Plastic Cow Goes Moooooog – Mike Melvoin (1969/70)

Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky and Me – Jayne Mansfield (1960s)

Music for Big Dame Hunters – Sounds of a Thousand Strings (1960s)

Adventures in the National Park – Max K. Gilstrap Whistles (1958)

Music For Bachelors – Henri René & His Orchestra (late 1950s)

Music From A Surplus Store – Jack Fascinato (1960s)

Mountain Fiddler – US Senator Robert Byrd (1950s)

Caution Men Swinging – Dennis Farnon & His Orchestra (1960s)

Satan is Real – The Louvin Brothers (1960s)

Skin Diver Suite and other Selections – Leo Diamond (1950s)

Mallet Mischief, a study in high fidelity sound – Harry Breuer & His Quintet (late 1950s)

The Bearcats Swing in Beatlemania (Recorded in London England) (1964)

Music To Strip By (bonus free g-string) – Bob Freedman & His Orchestra (1960s)

Music To Read James Bond By – Various Artists including Ferrante & Teicher (1960s)….and they did a volume 2!

Where There Walks a Logger There Walks A Man – Buzz Martin (1950s)

Hapshash and the Coloured Coat Featuring the Human Host and the Heavy Metal Kids

The Ethel Merman Disco Album – Ethel’s album includes her take on Alexander’s Ragtime Band (1970s)

A Touch of Tabasco – Rosemary Clooney & Perez Prado (1960s)

Destination Baghdad – Artie Barsamian & His Orchestra (1960s)

The Basic Principles of Kreskin’s ESP – Kreskin (1970s)

Music For Washing And Ironing – The Somerset strings (1950s)

Terribly Sophisticated Songs (A Collection of Unpopular Songs for Popular People – Irving Taylor (1960s)

The Queen is in The Closet – On Camp Records (late 1950s). It includes a song called The Weekend of a Hairdresser

Music For Expectant Fathers – Fontanna & His Orchestra (1950s)

George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
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