Brian L. Frye
A collection of unique found historical sound recordings. Acetate records, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes, &c.
National Automobile Dealers Association, "America's Automobile Man" (1977)
In 1977, the National Automobile Dealers Association, a trade group for car dealers, released this promotional 7" record, extolling "America's Fifth Freedom: Freedom of Mobility." As the sleeve observes: "Americans know about the 'four freedoms' - freedom of speech, freedom to worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. But have you thought about what our life would be like without a fifth freedom - our freedom of mobility?" "As Americans, we have the freedom to go where we want, when we want and how we want." "That's pretty important, isn't it"?
Lilli Keen & Rev. Frank H. Stamps, Nailed To The Cross (1963)
This is a home recording of the song "Nailed to the Cross," performed by Lilli Keen (guitar and vocals), recorded by Rev. Frank H. Stamps, in Memphis, Tennessee, on December 15, 1963. Recording provided by Tim Stamps
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