…featuring the “YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE JEWISH” Players- Frank Gallop, Lou Jacobi, Betty Walker, Phil Leeds, Valerie Harper, Anthony Holland and Bob McFadden.
This album was recorded LIVE in Mono and Stereo at Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, January 24,1966. On a personal note, I have to say that 1966 was a very good year.
I admit it, I don’t actually have a record player right now. Of course that has never stopped me from buying records for the great cover art! When I finally get my record player I may have to hide from the world for a week or two so I can listen to all my albums.
Until then, there is always the magic of the internet. Would you believe it?
Thank God I have this LP or I’d be so jealous now I couldn’t stand it.
There were some excellent Jewish pop records that came out in the 60s and this is absolutely among the best of them. It’s worth getting a record player so you can give this a spin. If you get a great vintage one you can get it down to 16-2/3 and use it as a Lazy Susan to serve some gefilte fish on.
Thanks for posting this on Valentine’s Day, Allee!
LOVE to everyone here at AWMOK, and may your whole world be Jewish. ♥
PS- Vintage record player/Lazy Susan, hmmm? Great idea! No wonder you’re the hostess with the mostest!
wow, why did i not know this exists!? i can not even begin to express how much i agree with the title; thank god mel gibson didn’t make it up or it would mean something different entirely…..wow, i’m going to be searching for this now…..this needs to be in my collection….can NOT WAIT to listen to this on youtube! thanks for posting!!!!!