The following 33 1/3 long playing record album was recently found, unopened and never played, until now. This 1969 release by Edwin St. Clar reveals what's going on in our schools, by who and why. This recording is in two parts. Listen, then discover the truth of what he reveals. Remember, this was recorded in 1969. How rare is this recording? Try your favorite search engine and you will find no references, other than this web site.
NOTE: Word has it that an unopened case of 24 records was found in a safe at the Oakland National Guard Armory. It has been stated that these records were confiscated by the National Guard from a quad in Berekley during the Viewnam War riots. The record is supposed to have a psychological effect on the listener, causing rage. It had no effect on me. You try it.
Our web site received correspondance from a viewer, adding interest to the above information. It offers enhancement to the limited amount of information on this recording.
I just picked up the record "Campus Crisis/The Marijuana Story" for 25 cents from a junk store in far Eastern Kentucky. I'm a big vinyl collector, and I'd never seen this record on any of my other expeditions. I got home and looked it up, and lo and behold, the only result Google gave me was for your website.
I was fascinated--not just because of the bizarre story behind the record (that it perhaps was one of only 25 confiscated by the National Guard?!?!), but because this record seems to have come a long way. Maybe it was one of the original 25 from Berkley, but I know for a fact that this record spent at least a little time in the tiny town of Heavener, Oklahoma. There was an old, blank check from the State National Bank of Heavener inside the record sleeve. Written on the back was the name "Chuck Davidson." (To add to the oddness of the story, I was born and raised in Oklahoma, and have visited Heavener many times. I now live in Paducah, KY).
Who told you the story about the confiscated records? Do you think there were more than 25 pressed?? It's SO BIZARRE that there is NO other information on this record out there. Obviously, it's not going to have monetary value, because no one seems to know about it! From a "rare and interesting" perspective, though, it seems valuable!
If you've got any other info, or any idea of whether or not the Berkley story is true, I'd love to hear from you.