The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 27, 1969 · Page 38
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 38

San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, April 27, 1969
Page 38
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B-24 THE SUN-TELEGRAM 5wnd?y, April 27, 19? THE BEST SOUNDS IN TOWN AT TWO GUYS DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT PRICES GOOD THRU WED., APRIL 30th r WARNER REPRISE DOING GREAT TUNES SUNG & PLAYED ON L.P. STEREO ALBUMS BUY NOTHING BUT THE BEST! MORE TUNES FROM THE HOUSE OF HITS "MUSIC" - MASON WILLIAMS, feaftg GREENSLEEVES...a beauhfal recording "HAPPY HEART" - PETULA CLARK, a lady with a great voice. Featuring LET IT BE AAE, LOVING THINGS, GAMES PEOPLE PLAY. "GOODBYE COLUMBUS" - THE ASSOCIATION, sound trade recording from the motion picture. DOT LP STEREO ALBUMS THE COMPANY ON THE MOVE... THE CHANGING OF THE TIMES... PRESENTS 'VHP itaSb' mSW zt:"--::' THE WINDMILLS OF YOUR MIND BY BILLY VAUGHN - The Academy Award Winner! REFLECT BY ANITA KERR SINGERS A must album for all her fans. Great tunes made famous by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. THEMES LIKE OLD TIME - 90 of the most famous original radio themes. MANNIX Lab Schifrin arranged and composed the theme from the original score. Really a boss side. e i warn:- samsm HE A&M LP STEREO ALBU PRESENTS FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE THE FOLLOWING HIT RECORDINGS! COLUMBIA RECORDS THE COMPANY WITH THE HITS ON LP STEREO ALBUMS PRESENTS FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS - featuring m CITY, WHEELS and HOT BURR1TO, Vol 1 and THE SANDPIPERS - THE WONDER OP YOU, brand new recording... Hear It here PROCOL HARUM - SALTY DOG, a tremendous stereo album. BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS YOU MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY JIM NABOBS - Sings the LORD'S PRAYER and other sacred songs. a new group SEA TEJUM A new group doing there own thing. You'll love the ml PHIL OCHS - REHEARSALS FOR RETIREMENT. Only a guy Kke Phil Ochs could make fbte album. A Kan I W J 1 t I 1 IHiwBSB I 1 M;SmiMm&i 1LLINOIS SPEED PRESS - I I ' V joining the Columbia hi1 parade!

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