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NUDE Album Cover WiLBUR De PARiS That's A Plenty ATLANTiC 1318 Mono LP Record 1961 with TOPLeSS Fully Naked PHOTO

NUDE Album Cover WiLBUR De PARiS That's A Plenty ATLANTiC 1318 Mono LP Record 1961 with TOPLeSS Fully Naked PHOTO

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: vinyl, cardboard, music, recordings, las vegas, cheesecake cover, sexy, lp, record album, wilbur de paris thats a plenty, wilbur de paris and his new new orleans jazz, atlantic records mono 1318, 1961
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Wilbur De Paris - 'That's A Plenty' Lp

rare original 1960s fully nude album cover featuring
four naked female dancers c. 1920s (maybe earlier) making
for an obscure CHEESECAKE COVER record album photo
and great Jazz by some of the genre's greatest players.

FULLY PLAY TESTED vintage MONO pressing from 1961 with
unusual FULLY NUDE risque COVER PHOTO of four nymph-like
TOPLESS dancers from c. 1920s or maybe even earlier!

the LP is shiny and clean with just light visual wear. it plays
and SOUNDS GREAT with no skips, repeats or serious issues - just
mellow occasional crackle and soft stray pops. labels are bright + clean.

cover displays well and has no stickers, writing, cuts or holes
but its top and bottom seams have neatly applied clear tape repairs

Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz ‎– That's A Plenty
Label: Atlantic ‎– 1318
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Mono
Country: US / Released: 1961 (first released 1959)
Genre: Jazz / Style: Dixieland

Tracklist

A1 That's A Plenty 3:26
A2 Mack The Knife 3:10
A3 Waiting For The Robert E. Lee 4:51
A4 Malta 5:10
A5 Hesitatin' Blues 2:28
B1 Frankie & Johnny 3:49
B2 In A Persian Market 5:35
B3 Somebody Stole My Gal 2:57
B4 Change O' Key Boogie 6:09

Credits

Bass – Hayes Alvis
Clarinet – Omer Simeon
Cornet – Sidney De Paris (tracks: A3, B1 to B3)
Cover, Design – Marvin Israel
Drums – Wilbert Kirk
Guitar – John Smith
Piano – Sonny White
Recorded By, Engineer – Phil Iehle, Tom Dowd
Supervised By – Nesuhi Ertegun
Trombone, Liner Notes – Wilbur De Paris
Trumpet – Doc Cheatham

Notes

Repressing with multi-colored labels with white "fan" logos.

Labels and back cover credit artist as Wilbur De Paris (front cover has longer version)

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North Providence, Rhode Island USA

https://whatcheerprovidence.com/
Wilbur De Paris - 'That's A Plenty' Lp

rare original 1960s fully nude album cover featuring
four naked female dancers c. 1920s (maybe earlier) making
for an obscure CHEESECAKE COVER record album photo
and great Jazz by some of the genre's greatest players.

FULLY PLAY TESTED vintage MONO pressing from 1961 with
unusual FULLY NUDE risque COVER PHOTO of four nymph-like
TOPLESS dancers from c. 1920s or maybe even earlier!

the LP is shiny and clean with just light visual wear. it plays
and SOUNDS GREAT with no skips, repeats or serious issues - just
mellow occasional crackle and soft stray pops. labels are bright + clean.

cover displays well and has no stickers, writing, cuts or holes
but its top and bottom seams have neatly applied clear tape repairs

Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz ‎– That's A Plenty
Label: Atlantic ‎– 1318
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Mono
Country: US / Released: 1961 (first released 1959)
Genre: Jazz / Style: Dixieland

Tracklist

A1 That's A Plenty 3:26
A2 Mack The Knife 3:10
A3 Waiting For The Robert E. Lee 4:51
A4 Malta 5:10
A5 Hesitatin' Blues 2:28
B1 Frankie & Johnny 3:49
B2 In A Persian Market 5:35
B3 Somebody Stole My Gal 2:57
B4 Change O' Key Boogie 6:09

Credits

Bass – Hayes Alvis
Clarinet – Omer Simeon
Cornet – Sidney De Paris (tracks: A3, B1 to B3)
Cover, Design – Marvin Israel
Drums – Wilbert Kirk
Guitar – John Smith
Piano – Sonny White
Recorded By, Engineer – Phil Iehle, Tom Dowd
Supervised By – Nesuhi Ertegun
Trombone, Liner Notes – Wilbur De Paris
Trumpet – Doc Cheatham

Notes

Repressing with multi-colored labels with white "fan" logos.

Labels and back cover credit artist as Wilbur De Paris (front cover has longer version)

_________


from our huge inventory of Records, Vintage and Antiques

feel free to write if you're looking for a specific LP, 33.3, 45 or 78 rpm Record.

What Cheer Records + Vintage
https://www.etsy.com/shop/WhatCheerProvidence
North Providence, Rhode Island USA

https://whatcheerprovidence.com/

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