Old-Time Radio Records
Various "new" OTR records in original (possibly yellowing) shrinkwrap, $10 each plus s/h.
A year or three ago, I was invited to pick through some boxes of records being removed from a local warehouse, originally from some local stores (a "Harmony Hut" and another who's name escapes me). I found a few, and frankly kept a copy of each one, but there were some duplicates, and that's what's available here. These are all copyrighted mid-to-late 1970's.
(Um, if you don't know what a "record" is, ask your parents. Or maybe your grandparents.)
Note there is only one of each unless otherwise noted! Contact Charlie via the "Contact Us" link on the sidebar before you order; while I'll try to keep this up-to-date, it's possible the one you want is already sold.
Amos 'n' Andy
Nostalgia Lane PB0095
11/11/47 & 01/13/48
Golden Age 5006
Four episodes of the series
Nostalgia Lane NLR1005
The Big Death, The Big Talk
Fibber McGee and Molly
Golden Age 5011
Two Complete Episodes
Gene Autry's Melody Ranch
Golden Age 5012
Three Complete Shows
Jack Armstrong, All American Boy
Golden Age 5033
Four consecutive episodes
The Lone Ranger
Golden Age 5002
"Eric Hyde Loses Cattle to Rustlers," "Marshall Brett Accuses Don Reed of Murder" (sic)
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis on Radio
Peter Lorre, Master of Mystery and Suspense
Nostalgia Lane 1020
"The Black Cat," "The Queen of Spades"
Golden Age 5008
Four Muscle Popping Episodes with Popeye, Olive Oyl and Wimpy
Golden Age 5009
Four Exciting Chapters of this Historic Radio Program
Vic and Sade
Golden Age 5027
One Full hour with Radio's Homefolks
Golden Age 5034
Comments from his radio show of the thirties'
The Weird Circle
Golden Age 5025
Frankenstein and The Telltale Heart.