You know he’s successful, he’s got TWO desk pens

Eugene J. Benge
“How to Become a Successful Executive”
Success Motivation Institute #1331

(c) SMI

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I’m sorry too, but I think I’ll get over it

Charles, Eva and Linda Ogden
“Sorry, I Never Knew You”
Gospel Echo #LP1006

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Trompetas de Jesus

Las Trompetas de Jesus
“Vol. IV”
no label

“Alright, everybody, hands on trees!”

 

I think a “trompeta” must be some sort of cheap keyboard that vaguely sounds like a trumpet.

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I Left My Heartburn in San Francisco

Sammy Davis, Jr.
“The Sound of Sammy: From the Candy Man to Plop Plop Fizz Fizz”
1978, Alka-Seltzer/Warner Special Products

Many celebrity product promotion records that I find just are simply an artist’s greatest hits with an advert for the product on the cover.  Maybe there’s a company jingle on the record, but its performed by someone else.

Not so here!  This forgotten gem features TWO versions of Sammy’s unique version of the “Plop Plop Fizz Fizz” song! One for every taste.

“Plop Plop Fizz Fizz (Big Band version)”

“Plop Plop Fizz Fizz (Rock Version)”

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Outer Space Gospel

Howard Lovett
“Gospel Ship”
Love Shares #107

“Gospel Ship”:

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The Economics of Nights Game

Clifford Fry
“For the Players Of Nights Game”
1979

Dr. Clifford fry was an Economics professor at the University of Houston.  On the side he had a decent little country rock band, and apparently stayed up late playing “nights game” and getting drunk.

“Drunk Again”:

The last I can find, Dr. Fry and his band the Texas Medicine Band still play.   He has a few cd’s on Amazon

I even found a pic of him, his hat, and Ventures records from 2011:

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Yodeling For Jesus

Bobby Walker
“Gospel Organ featuring Yodeling for Jesus”
Gospel Music for Christ #GMC 901

From the liner notes:
“I’m in love with Jesus!  It’s just that simple.  Barbituates, amphetamines, booze, and pot, were replaced with the Holy Spirit.  I’m higher than I’ve ever been in my life.  Man, what a trip.  No joke, I get higher everyday and never worry about the inevitable crash that accompanies pills and the hard stuff.  Being an ex-night club entertainer, I’m hip to all the “junk”.  So I can speak authoritatively.”

“Yodeling For Jesus”:

 

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Cowboy Crusader

Ben Swett
“Riding the Range For Jesus”
Sacred Recordings, St. Paul, MN

“Riding the Range for Jesus”:

 

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Lockup of Love

John Gunter, the Singing Sheriff
“Captive Audience”
Captive Audience #0001

This guy was sheriff of Madison County, Indiana.

John Gunter, “Prisoner of My Heart”:

 

Apparently, the Singing Sheriff is still available to sing and speak at your event.

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Rock & Roll – The Devil’s Diversion

Bob Larson
“Speaks Out!”
Cornerstone #CRS-4014

Bob Larson speaks out:

Books by Bob:

“Hippies – Hindus and Rock & Roll”
“Rock & Roll – The Devil’s Diversion”



Take the DEMON TEST!!!

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