Sunday, February 1, 2009

Nazi beats.

In 1993 during my lunch break I went to a local thrift store in Casa De Oro to look for some B-Beats and Found this set of ephemera inside a box set of 78 records from the 1930's. As a rule, I usually look inside the covers of older records because you can find some interesting stuff in them photos, drawings etc.  




My last encounter with Nazi material was recently at a "mom and pop" type of thrift store that is located in Chula Vista, CA. I was going through a stack of old post cards and photos and came across a cool photo and turned it over and right on the back was a swastika, stamp and some other German words and markings, obviously it was from WW2. Like a dummy, I told the lady hey, check this out!!!  She took at it and held om to it. I should of paid my 75.cents and went out the door.





2 comments:

ill lit said...

wow. this is something. there's also 2 volumes of this "hell's inferno" record that chronicles nazi propaganda music...the narrator says some ill stuff in between.

diggin your blog mang!

ill literate

Saratoga Sake said...

thanks my man!

hope evrything is going well for you in philly.