Charity shop music plus a “faux pas “in chalk

I have taken some pictures of various LP sleeves taken in local charity shops.  Two show ladies in provocative poses, one for disco and the other spreading herself over a hammond organ. LP has large sleeves and if somthing is out of the ordinary it appears silly.  Also these are not current up to date albums so the 70s and other eras had different styles and layouts.  Also a full set of Captain Scarlet videos – my cousin used to work as a salesman for a biscuit company, and as a young teenager used to enjoy free Captain Scarlet chocolate biscuits.  Wish I had kept the wrappers they may have been worth something now.  I also noticed a sooty poster in a nearby station I occasionally pass through.  I remember taking my children when young to a hotel which had a sooty show on, run by both of the Corbett family, old and young.

The mistake I spotted was in a cafe in a nearby town.  Easy to make a mistake when writing in chalks.

The way these pictures are formatted, shows each as a thumbnail, click on one and it opens up a gallery of all the pictures which you can forward or reverse using the arrows on the side of each picture.

Hope these appeal to you


Author: wirelesswaffle

A radio enthusiast from the UK - but also includes humour and comments on a wide variety of subjects including music and photos. A hobby site

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