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

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

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)

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