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March 10, 2008

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john

Its nice to view your site. It contains a good information on different Stereo demos. Thanks for the post.

Woody

Sears also has this weird, cool history with fine art. In the 60s, they introduced the "Vincent Price Collection" of fine art, where you could buy actual original works by masters and contemporary artists from $10-$3000.

http://www.searsarchives.com/history/art/

Webhamster Henry

That wouldn't be Dorothy Shay, the Park Avenue Hillbilly, would it?

Hear It Wow

Given the very wry style of the song and the fact that it's on Columbia, which was Dorothy Shay's label, I believe that it is her. She's not singing as The Park Avenue Hillbilly character, so this would be from earlier in her career.

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