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America, 1965! Lots of nice people! Menfolks, and womenfolks! Old folks and young folks, with lots of in-between folks. Tall people and short people, with lots of neither one people. Some are happy, others sad. But, men or women, old or young, tall or short, happy or sad, they all keep you in the People Business– where the money is!

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Irving SloaneThis record came from my dad’s collection which I inherited after his turntable died in the late 90’s. Copyright 1957, this disc boasts the “new stroboscopic audio fidelity label. (a way to tell if your turntable is revolving at the correct speed)” In case you’re wondering, it also has a 13.75 DB at 10 KC Rolloff and a 65 + DB Signal to noise Ratio.

We take particular pride in the fact that the signal-to-noise ratio herein exceeds 65 decibels, and in transference from original master tape to this recording the loss is less than 1 decibel, and that, as a matter of fact, the surface of this pressing is lower than the natural tape hiss of the original master tape.

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dictation

She looks so happy on the cover, smiling as she listens to her slick little portable record player. Look at her cute little headband and the excellent position in which she holds the pen! Who wouldn’t want her to be his or her secretary?

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How To Master Time Organization

Put out by the Success Motivation Institute, Inc., who could resist a record that is subtitled “…who knows that TIME is on YOUR SIDE, the moment that you ORGANIZE IT!”

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I found this with two or three others, still sealed, at a Goodwill on East 23rd street. I have no idea where these came from; they were probably a promo or something given out at a salon. The only copyright (1967) is by Norbert himself, so I’m assuming it was self-produced.

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