Perhaps some Easter morning, say 50-55 years ago, some lucky little boy awoke to find that the Easter Bunny had not only left all sorts of chocolates and other sweets, but that the bunny had also left a copy of something called "The Reddy Record for Boys".
I don't actually know if what I've imagined here is possible, because I've been unable to determine anything regarding the story of this record, including whether or not it was ever released. The only things that pop up on an internet search are links to the auction where I bought this acetate.
Yes, this is not the actual record, but rather, an acetate of the Reddy Record, featuring a young woman interviewing (and hopefully, interacting with) the young boy who would be listening to the record.
Based on the content of the script, it sounds like this was directed at 4-6 year olds. Beyond that, the references to TV cowboys, and just the general feel of the thing, causes me to think it probably dates from no later than the very early '60's, probably a bit earlier.
There are a couple of questions that stand out for me, including: isn't this sort of a weird length for a record? It's too short to be an album, and much too long for a 78 - seven minutes on the first side, eleven on the second. Was there a "Reddy Record for Girls"? And of course, who IS this, and who was behind it?
Oh, and be sure to listen for the guy in the booth, who gives the performer a glowing one word review at the end of part one.