Thursday, November 24, 2016

Air Force Two

This is the record that was released the year following the one I just shared, and it's more great stuff from your local Air Force recruiter.  I first shared this back in 2012, and I was so happy to have found it and shared it.  It's another rare one, this time featuring Sandler & Young on one side, and The Free Design on the other.  Believe me, you want those tracks from The Free Design.  Looks like I never typed out all the tracks on this one, looks like there are an awful lot of them.  But don't let that deter you, you want this one!  Please grab yourself a digital copy of The United States Air Force Presents The Now Sound Of Christmas And A Christmas Party 1968 Featuring Sandler & Young And The Free Design With The United States Air Force Band (Advertising Division, Hq. U.S. Air Force, Stereo, 1968).

Zippyshare (Full sides, complete show as presented on the record)
Zippyshare (Everything cut into tracks with weird and abrupt fades)

10 comments:

Buster said...

Ah, the Free Design - always welcome!

Aaron said...

I got this from you in 2012, and it's since become one of my hands down absolute favorites. Everyone should get a copy of this one.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for offering the multiple tracks option! You rock, Ernie!

Terry said...

This is such a treat! I love Sandler & Young, but never knew they'd participated in this album. Thanks, Santa Ernie!!

RP said...

Love this! Great entry! I was introduced to The Free Design from the Jingle Bell Rocks movie. BTW, is there a way to subscribe to your blog? I couldn't figure out how to do it.

Ernie said...

I don't know if you can subscribe or not. This blog is now pretty old-tech after all these years. I've never really updated it. I was supposed to have a very short small bit in JBX, but something came up and I never filmed my little piece. Maybe I can talk Mitchell into doing a sequel, and I can take him Christmas shopping!

Buster said...

RP - You can subscribe to Ernie's blog (and most blogs) through RSS. I am running Firefox - the menu path is Bookmarks > Subscribe to this page... > Subscribe to this page using Live Bookmarks (or Feedly or whatever).

Steve Turner said...

Love the album artwork and the ornaments in the trees. : ) Thank you!

Dave said...

Thanks Ernie. I have this LP, but have never split the tracks. So thanks for offering that.

Dave

Muff Diver said...

Ernie, I remember sending you an email last year, requesting that you reup this recording. Thanks for taking care of business!