Help support Deep Oldies by buying these great CD’s from the Phoenix 60′s!

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Condello & Company Comedy Album Plus CD
28 amazing cuts from Mike Condello and many of his 60′s bands plus his long lost Comedy Album. Now available, for the first time, This  brand new CD compilation features unreleased music from Phoenix, Arizona, Musical Legend, Mike Condello. Condello was best known as the musical director of The Wallace and Ladmo Show, He made rare and amazing music on a show that was near and dear to the hearts of those that grew up with it in the Phoenix and greater Arizona. Those songs are featured on the Wallace & Ladmo’s Greatest Hits CD – also available HERE on Deep Oldies. This CD features songs and bands from Mike Condello that might have been lost to time forever. Featuring 45’s from Last Friday’s Fire, Heckle & Jeckle, The Scallwags, The Morgan-Condello Combo and the complete long lost Mike Condello Comedy Album (which has never appeared in any form). This was recorded at the same time as the album, “Phase One” (which was released by Scepter Records in 1968) and was first discovered by Bermuda Schwartz (of the Weird Al Yankovic Band) on a Audio Recorders acetate at a garage sale in Los Angeles many years ago. This is an amazing CD for anyone who remembers Mike Condello. The CD booklet is filled with heartfelt testimonials from many of Mike’s friends & family, including Mike Condello Jr, Samantha Condello, Tony Evans (60’s KRIZ DJ), Doug Haywood, Dr. Demento, Rich Post, Brad Buxler, Bruce Connole, Dennis Dunaway, Andy Robinson, Ron Edwards, Dennis Kenmore, Pat MacMahon, Bill (Wallace) Thompson and many others. This is a limited edition CD produced & compiled by John Dixon on SewSouixMee Records. Get them while they last on RadioFreePhoenix.com -
Condello & Company Comedy Album Plus CD
$14.95 + $3.50 P & H
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The Mascot Records -Jack Curtis Story CD
32 rare cuts from the legendary Phoenix, Arizona record label, Mascot Records, which released many local hits between 1961 and 1973. Mascot records was owned and operated by Jack Curtis who also worked as a entertainment columnist with the Arizona Republic and owned several clubs in Phoenix including Stage 7 and the V.I.P Club. He also was one of the first major concert promoters in Phoenix.
Most of these songs have never before appeared on CD and are only available on the original 45 release. Jack Curtis is perhaps best know for the first studio records of  The Spiders, a Phoenix band, that later changed their name to Alice Cooper (This CD includes three Spiders tracks include a never before released version of “Why Don’t You Love Me”).
Other notable acts were P-Nut Butter, Frank Fafara, Roosevelt Nettles and George Washington Bridge ,Other artists on this CD include Randy Stevens, Eddie Lemaire, Judy Lunn, Nick Landers, Brian Scott, Jim Boyd, The Playthings, Motion, Ray Donnell, Johnnie Mae Brown w/ Mike Condello and Pango. This excellent compilation is produced and compiled by Arizona Music Historian, John Dixon and is available in a limited edition run. Get your copy today of Phoenix rock history!
Mascot Records – The Jack Curtis Story CD
$14.95 + $3.50 P & H
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Buy both CD’s together and SAVE!
Condello & Company – Comedy Album Plus CD &
The Mascot Records – Jack Curtis Story CD
$29.00 + $3.50 P & H
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Also Pickup these other great Phoenix 60′s CD from Deep Oldies!
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