Nina's second LP, originally released in 1959, ranges from a swinging 'Stompin' at the Savory' and an emotional 'It Might As Well Be Spring' to an English folk ballad 'Tomorrow', spirituals, and an R&B song 'You've Been Gone Too Long'.
Os Brazōes' self-titled album is rare and highly sought after in it's original format. It is a psychedelic masterpiece that fuses samba, r'n'b and rock 'n' roll influences using fuzz guitars, synths, percussion, lush vocals and effects.
Tingling tartness of jingle perfection! Raymond Scott generated hymns to hunger, odes to pudding and pilsner, and crafted carols for countless other products, elevating the form of advertisement to an art.