There are still some gaps in the WCF discography and thanks to Doinker, we have managed to fill one of them. For example, there used to be this gap here:
JJ-713 Janis JOPLIN – Wicked Woman
CC-714 CCR – LIVE AT FILLMORE EAST
DD-715 DONOVAN – LIVE AT THE REEDY RIVER JUNCTION
717 Rolling Stones – Stoned Again (pirate)
718 PROCOL HARUM – THE ELUSIVE PH
Well, not anymore:
The font used for the track list should look familiar.
If not, the label clinches the deal: Clearly, this was issued by WCF and fits right into the gap above, right down to starting the number with a two letter pre-fix derived from the artist(s)’ name.
An alternate blank label below, similar to what we have seen on other WCF releases:
And alternate inserts:
Obviously, this is not a bootleg but what is it? It’s a pirate of this 1962 novelty record (plus four additional tracks), making a lot of use of a technique later known as “sampling”, here using snippets of popular 50’s pop tunes spliced together and interspersed with dialog in the form of a radio show or an interview.
This seems to be an updated version of “War Of The Worlds”, with the back cover making some interesting claims:
Apparently, the original 1956 45 did reach # 3 on Billboard.
“An interesting, if not coincidental connection is a CD compilation of 50’s and 60’s “novelty” hits compiled by one of Goodman’s sons, Jon, and includes a couple of Dickie Goodman’s hits, including the The Flying Saucer song. The CD is available on the Varese Sarabande music label, a record company founded by (TMOQ’s) Dub Taylor and Chris Kuchler.” Thanks to YesDays for providing this piece of background information.
Since the folks behind WCF were partial to pirating, it seems possible that other gaps in the WCF 700 series (719 -22; 729, 737; 745 – 749) were originally filled by similar non-bootleg releases.