Still thinking of songs that remind me of my pup who's passed on 2 months ago, songs such as I'll Be Seeing You and I'll See You In My Dreams for a story-board display of some kind and not *all* songs, so far, are winners, but..some may be winnowed through...
I also found a curious 78 rpm at a 2nd hand shop (maybe a bootleg? The songs on the official Value Hit Parade Tunes. Coarse-ish-looking medical tape obscures the original labels and someones written on these strips the actual songs at they can be heard These strips have the correct I've played bits of the record as I've only a 33 rpm to work with, but having spent a lifetime listening to things at different speeds and learning tape splicing out of necessity, two tracks definitely sound like Phil Spector's first band, the Teddy bears,on "To Know Him is to Love"(sic) and Elvis on "I Got Stung".) All songs seem to have been recorded in '58.
Apparently this group of records came in last year but haven't had much interest (in fact, most records this was in with were shattered to bits.)
I've checked a bit on the 'net, but nothing similar has
I don't know much about bootlegs, and I don't think you can overwrite an album...
Could the labeling just be a mistake, then, a fluke?
Offhand, it doesn't look like either Elvis' or Spector's handwriting.
(If I had to guess, I'd say the handwriting's that of someone outgoing, possibly a woman, who is very detail-oriented, confident, good at keeping secrets/holding on to money, moderate opinion of themselves, is conservatively eccentric and borderline generous, given to optimism, flights fancy & not entirely down to earth.--I'd guess. maybe, a lady's handwriting.)
Anybody know much about it or about possible bootlegs?