Sears Roebuck - Demonstration Record Sears #9235 FLAC album
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side B: DEMONSTRATION and INSTRUCTION GOOSE CALLING and CROW CALLING Goose calling by MISSOURI STATE DUCK CALLING CHAMPION (1950-51-53) Crow calling by OSCAR QUAM, Minneapolis, Minn. Sold only by Sears Roebuck & Company Sears stopped using the . Higgins name in 1961. The brand name, J. C. Higgins, was based on a real person, John Higgins who was a Sears employee.
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Sears Holdings Corporation (now referred to as "Old Sears") was an American holding company headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. It was the parent company of the chain stores Kmart and Sears and was founded after Kmart purchased Sears in 2005; it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2018 and sold its assets to the ESL Investments in 2019. It was the 20th-largest retailing company in the United States in 2015.
Model: Wireless Record Player. Manufacturer: Sears Roebuck & Co. (Silvertone). Wireless Record Player.
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NotesIt’s a one-sided, 33 1/3 RPM that apparently was a training aid for stereo salespeople.
There’s somewhat of an attempt at production value and it’s plenty humorous, with a sort of Gary Owens-like announcer/narrator and a cute female voice that responds to everything with a coo or interjection like ‘groovy‘ or ‘dynamite‘.
The narrative runs us through the various features of the 9235 (whatever that was) with music and the sounds of adjustments being made.
The opening narrator refers to the recording as ‘a tape’, so this may have also been on cassette, open reel or 8-track tape and the inclusion on 7 inch may have been an afterthought.