Hello. I would love to hear this. I had the record as a kid, way back when. But when I download and unzip, none of my media players recognize the file extension, and so can't play it. What media player can I use to listen to these songs?
Itunes will play these files. You can download itunes free from http://www.apple.com/itunes/The files have been ripped in the aac format which is the itunes format. The quality is far better than mp3.
You have made my year (so far). I had a cassette copy of this that was unplayable. I can't believe that you posted this. Thanks you ever so much.James
I can't thank you enough! My old vinyl is long past being usable. This is wonderful.Dick
You're very welcome. Enjoy!
Wow, this is what I had as a kid! I'm so glad to have found it again! Thanks so much for putting it up here.One question, though. I remember there being more songs. I have distinct memories of the song version of "Buckingham Palace" specifically. Do you know if there was a second volume or anything, or am I just imagining things?
Sorry, I don't know of any other versions or volumes. I'm not saying there isn't one, I just haven't done the research to know if there is or isn't. Good luck on your quest.
Thank you sooo much for posting these. I sang them as a young child with my aunt. She has been looking for them, as she now has 5 grandchildren she wants to share them with. You have done a great thing. This will make her day, as she just had a hip replacement. Also, one of the grandchildren has leukemia and will be having a bone marrow transplant next month. Music like this is great for a little one who is (and will be) largely confined to a hospital bed. Thank you!
Glad to be of service.
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