Stop in, look around, have a drink and crank some tunes. I'll be posting some songs ripped from records, some out of print and hard to find stuff, some songs by artists you should be listening to, and a few mixes here and there.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

With A Great Big Noise Like Thunder





















If you are a fan of vintage children's records, download this one. It is awesome. A Children's Introduction To Outer Space featuring The Satellite Singers on Golden Records from 1956. A lot of effort went into this record. At times it sounds like the people who sang some Hanna Barbera themes. I usually just pick some of the best songs to rip, but I had to rip this whole record.

THE SATELLITE SINGERS :: A CHILD'S INTRODUCTION TO OUTER SPACE

11 comments:

Uncle Glen said...

Great site Brainwerk! I just stumbled across it for the first butknew immediately that anyone who posts about The Supersuckers, Percussive records and Lenny Dee is A-OK in my books. Keep it up!

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brainwerk said...

Thanks!

moth said...

This would be a nice record to own

Dimitri Spanoa

moth said...

I like how you have the image of
the stormtrooper...I happen to know who the artist that did the design...Urban Medium
the band that I design art for is connected to them through Start Mobiles M60 ringtone and art gallery. www.myspace.com/theglassprojeckt
have a look on the page you will see the design....lol

-Dimitri Spanoa-keeper of the blacklight chronicles

Paul F. said...

This was a sweet album share. I love these old sci-fi and children's records. Thanks...

spacerace said...

I had this when I was a kid! I've been looking for it since! This totally made my day. Thanks!

Casy Jones said...

Holy Cow!!
I thought I was the only person in the entire U.S. that had this record (still do). I put it on cassette tape about 20 odd years ago and still occassionally listen to it. Yesterday, in fact. What a hoot. It was my first record as a kid- circa 1963. I just took a flier today and typed the title into Dogpile- and, here you are.

chemdude said...

Glad you did rip the whole thing. Had this as a kid and been looking for it ever since. Thanks a million!

Kitty said...

Thank you! You are the best!

Bill Chance said...

Great site and I am so glad you put this record up here. I remember it from my childhood - it's amazing what is back in those cobwebs after almost half a century.

finishingtouch25 said...

I have one of these for sale on ebay currently. I will post the link for you shortly.