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October 05, 2007

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Corey K.

So I'm listening to this on a friend's laptop, and through the tinny speakers, the sound quality sounds EXACTLY like this record used to sound coming out of the tinny speakers on the cheap plastic 1960s kid's record player I originally listened to this record on every time I visited my grandmother. Wow. Now THAT'S some primo nostalgia. :)

I loved to watch that half-rainbow logo go 'round and 'round and 'round 45 times a minute...

Jeffersonic

When I was 7 or 8 years old I obtained 3 or 4 Dora Hall singles. I have this hazy recollection of receiving them through the mail,
as part of some free offer or promotion. They've since disappeared; possibly victims of my adolescent experiments
with firecrackers, gasoline, and immolating plastic models.(and testing the flight characteristics of vinyl discs)
I did play the shit out of Dora's version of "5 O'Clock world", however.

Andrew

"When I was 7 or 8 years old I obtained 3 or 4 Dora Hall singles. I have this hazy recollection of receiving them through the mail, as part of some free offer or promotion."

Dora Hall was the wife of the Solo paper cup CEO -- you'd send the company proofs of purchase, they'd send you Dora Hall records...

Jonathan Ward

If they're out there somewhere, try and dig up the insane 4 or 5 TV specials that Dora did during the 70s. Those also were available through proofs of purchase. Holy crap, those are unbelievable!

Brian Kidd

I remember her children's specials from the 1970's and even used to own a double-LP called TONY THE PONY as a kid. I know a lot of folks hated her, but I grew up listening to her crazed brand of music. Maybe that's what's wrong with me now. Does anyone have any of her Children's albums still?

Chris

Please check out the Dora Hall Appreciation Society, if you have the facebook going:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=14821417706&ref=mf

Cindy Anderson

I was just watching I've got a secret, Monday morning at 2:30 a.m. CDT There were 9 children that came out and their secret was that their Grandmother had just signed a record contract as a Rock Singer. The panel did not guess the secret. Dora came out and sang a cover of the Len Barry Song, "1,2,3". She really wasn't that bad.

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