I coveted this album cover when I saw it for the first time. I finally purchased it when I found out it was 25 cents. Check out the song titles, where else can you get polka music and "Wipe Out" on the same LP.
A collection of risque Elizabethan Folk Songs....this is actually volume one, there were two other volumes in the same series.
When Dalliance Was In Flower and Maidens Lost Their Heads, sung by Ed McCurdy, with banjo by Erik Darling and recorder by Alan Arkin (yes THAT Alan Arkin) on Elektra 110. (As usual enlarge photos above for more detail view)
I love this cover so much, I should call this weeks posting Fantastic Record Friday instead of Freaky Record Friday. (as usual click on photos above for more detail)
From the back cover: "Here it is! Louis Prima again raises his voice and trumpet and gives a wild call....the call that lets his cats out of the bag, to join him in a crazy mixture of off-beat comedy and swinging music like nothing else heard."