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Posted 2 years ago

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The first is Stage show by the 4 Lads, but I need some help on the other two. These are the first one's I have ever came across.

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    co-ed song we'll will build a bungaloo
    http://worldsworstrecords.blogspot.com/2011/09/mayhams-mayhem.html

    The Success of We’ll Build a Bungalow inspired Norridge to form his own label Co-Ed Records. And it’s here that his troubles started. First he got stiffed for the royalties on his hit (it took him until 1978 to finally sort this issue out) and then he was forced to abandon Co-Ed when another company of the same name sued. But he never gave up, forming a new label, Mayhams (later Mayhams Collegiate), a publishing company Sorority Fraternity and, realising perhaps that his own singing style was out of step with what the kids wanted in the 60s and 70s, employing a number of song-poem outfits to either re-record his old material or perform new compositions
  2. musikchoo musikchoo, 2 years ago
    Thank You Mani !!. I had no idea !!!
  3. musikchoo musikchoo, 2 years ago
    Thank You BELLIN68 !!
  4. stefdesign stefdesign, 2 years ago
    The dancing record could be music that was used in the schools to teach folk dancing. I know when I was a kid, my teachers used records like this... every spring we put on a May Day dance, with the maypole, and different classes doing different types of dances: square dancing, Irish dances, reels, waltz, etc. But then again, I might be wrong! It's always fun to guess!
  5. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    After World War II, Estamae took an Arthur Murray dance instructor course and began teaching her own classes in square, folk and modern dancing. She formed a demonstration square and folk dance team at the 7th & 8th grade levels, continuing on with that demonstration team throughout high school.

    Her first box set was Toy Shop - Rhythms for Young Folk. She followed up immediately with three other sets, Let's Have Fun Dancing - Easy Couple Dancing, Lets Have Fun Dancing - Social and Variety Dancing, and Circus Fun and Ball Bouncing.

    (NOTE: the copyright on the box set shows 1952, although the actual recording year can't be officially confirmed by sources)
    Here is the record
    http://www.pueblocitylimits.com/2011/05/estamae-macfarlane.html
  6. musikchoo musikchoo, 1 year ago
    Thank You Phil !!
  7. musikchoo musikchoo, 1 year ago
    Thank You Tony !!
  8. Lisa_Wheeler, 1 year ago
    And thank you Manikin for linking to my website!!! -Lisa
  9. musikchoo musikchoo, 1 year ago
    Thank You stefdesign !!

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