Saturday, June 17, 2017

A Pop Hit Card

I recently found A Pop Hit Card from the 50's for $1 at an antique mall. It's a postcard 45 record (look close and you can see the grooves) that plays FEVER by Peggy Lee on one side, just like those cool cereal box singles from the 70's. Fun artwork and funny message from the sender on the back, it was originally mailed to someone in DeSoto, MO in 1959.



3 comments:

Craftypants Carol said...

That guy is hilarious!

JMR777 said...

Never heard of this type of record before, on the back of cereal boxes yes but not on a post card.

Did you manage to play the record to see how it sounds?

Mr. Karswell said...

>That guy is hilarious!

He's seriously got a fever!

>Did you manage to play the record to see how it sounds?

I have not but I see no reason why it wouldn't play... unfortunately my turntable is RIP :(