Thursday, September 17, 2009

Sammy At the World's Fair



Well, with the world about to find out if my (nearly) home town of Chicago is going to host an Olympics, I thought I'd offer a record which had its inspiration in the World's Fair, an event Chicago hosted twice in the last 120 years. I know that's a slim connection, but what the heck...

Judging from other records released on this vanity label (part of the Globe family of labels), this was probably inspired by the 1964 New York World's Fair.

It's standard issue Sammy Marshall, which can be enjoyable in small to moderate doses. Here's one side, "World Fair Sue":



This is also one of the few song-poem records to be issued with a picture sleeve, which I unfortunately do not own, but there's a copy of it here.

The other side has considerably more energy, and I'm guessing will be the more popular of the two. Here's "World's Fair Wiggle Walk":



2 comments:

Stu Shea said...

THE WELSHMEN??!? HAHAHAHA!!!

Sammy Reed said...

"World Fair Wiggle Walk" isn't working.