Yes, that is Spock in the headphones. The year was 1979. These are some of my LPs, themed compilations, and the like.

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Thursday, February 12, 2015

MA-28 - Space Serenade: Popular Music Reaches for the Stars


Another instalment in the musical "wonders of the universe" saga, this compilation includes songs from 1930s bluegrass to honky-tonk and postpunk.


1 -  The Tail of Haley's Comet      Happy Hayseeds    1930
2 -     Rocket 69   Todd Rhodes Orchestra    1952
3 -     Zoomah The Santa Claus From Mars  Art Mooney and His Orchestra with Barry Gordon  1956
4 -    Flying Saucer Rocket Ferrell Duncan and His Rockers 1957
5 - Spaceship Boogie Winifred Atwell and Her Piano with Rhythm 1957
6 - Flying Saucers Jig Bobby Poe and the Poe Kats 1958
7 - Moon Buggy Joey Dixon 1958
8 - Von Hutch The Mad Martian Pinstriper Jerry Madison 1959
9 - Robot Man Connie Francis 1960
10 - Rocket-Bye-Bye Big Twist (Jean Renard) 1961
11 - Sputnik The Loud Jets 1961
12 - Cool it in Outer Space Geezinslaw Brothers 1962
13 - Rocket To The Moon Reflections 1962
14 - Relay (Son of Telstar) Astronomers 1963
15 - The Maid And The Martian Annette Funicello 1964
16 - Oscillation Greg & the Unknowns 1964
17 - Space Man Aaron Neville 1965
18 - Space Walk The Astros 1965
19 - Jukebox On The Moon #2 Ginny Millay 1966
20 - Moonshot Oak Apple Day Plus the Deadly Pair 1967
21 - Far Out The Hip Sound 1968
22 - Walking on the Moon Lucia Pamela 1969
23 - 1969 - The Houstons - Solar Light The Houstons 1969
24 - Space Ship Earth Road 1972
25 - Praying to the Aliens (Early Version) Gary Numan Tubeway Army 1978
26 - UFOs Are Real Spot 1019 1989
27 - Saturn 5 Inspiral Carpets 1994
28 - UFO Song Arthur 1996
29 - Good Morning Spacegirl Anubian Lights 2005
30 - Spaceship Lovers Plastic Swans 2008ace Serenade




Listen to the Serenade.

  

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