I didn't see the other one before I added this 45, I do note it is listed as a bootleg / repro so that's one reason I missed it, I check Magic Carpet label listing but it is right down the bottom. I did check The Four Seasons too, but again missed it because it would have been at the end in curios etc. Also I didn't consider this a bootleg / repro.Comment by fortyfivesfrank:
Duplicate listing (other under Four Seasons)Comment by ukapta:
although not shown on label this is The Four SeasonsComment by ukapta:
This was a car dealership in suburban Detroit well-known for their radio ads in the 60's and 70's. This record has their catchy jingle and about five minutes of short "boss" jokes. The sleeve is a slightly oversized envelope with a flap in back.
Cover scans added - the rear has the catalogue number at the bottom right and a cut-out at the top. Female vocal group run through a series of dated-sounding songs with a Mobil-based theme; the sort of thing which, with different lyrics, might have featured in a World War II show aimed at boosting the morale of the troops - or at least at convincing them that there were worse things than getting shot at by the Germans. I haven't seen many Sound For Industry vinyls - they seem to have dealt mainly in flexis - but this is fido's bone-o, as the Romans used to put it.