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Published on Dec 1, 2009
Seeburg also made 16-2/3 RPM background music records for Christmas. These records are a great example and representation of what you would have heard in mainstream America when in public durring the 1960's, such as grocery stores, offices, restaurants etc. It wasn't all pink 1959 Cadillacs, rock and roll, Elvis and the Beatles like so many people picture. These records represents the real deal. This very record may have been heard by thousands depending on where it was used in 1961. This particular record is labeled as the "Mood Music Christmas Library" You can also see the record label is written in a holiday/festive font. These records were not limited to Christmas songs exclusively, there are only about 3-4 per side, the rest are typical background tunes for that era.