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Yeah, I started working on it last night. The set had 5 records when it was new. The seller has 4 records, and 3 sleeves, so 2 records have their sleeves, 1 sleeve has no record, and 2 records have no sleeve. Adding to the confusion is that the sleeves have two different sides, to match each side of each record. But this listing has something from every record, so I was able to piece together what's here, based on what we've found over the last 5(!) years. I finally was able to prove the last 2 record numbers, which were what I thought they would be all along, but I didn't want to guess. I was guessing that [[Put It Away]] would be the last song on the last record, since it's the last song on Side 2 of the LP, and the song talks about putting your things away when playtime is over. So you can grab whatever you think would look nice to fill the holes on [[Sesame Street Singles]] and [[Sesame Street 45 RPM Sets]], although it might be kind of hard with things on top of each other. I'm still hoping to find a complete set someday, because this should have a box like the other Carry Abouts did, but for some reason it's a whole lot rarer than SS1. I always see a bunch of that one, as well as the single 45's with their books. It's nice to know that even after an auction is over, if you have the entire URL, and not just the item number, you can still see the auction, although I think they disappear after 3 months.
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Yeah, I started working on it last night. The set had 5 records when it was new. The seller has 4 records, and 3 sleeves, so 2 records have their sleeves, 1 sleeve has no record, and 2 records have no sleeve. Adding to the confusion is that the sleeves have two different sides, to match each side of each record. But this listing has something from every record, so I was able to piece together what's here, based on what we've found over the last 5(!) years. I finally was able to prove the last 2 record numbers, which were what I thought they would be all along, but I didn't want to guess. I was guessing that [[Put It Away]] would be the last song on the last record, since it's the last song on Side 2 of the LP, and the song talks about putting your things away when playtime is over. I was also finally able to confirm what's on each side of each single, which is good, because it looks like I had a couple of them reversed. So you can grab whatever you think would look nice to fill the holes on [[Sesame Street Singles]] and [[Sesame Street 45 RPM Sets]], although it might be kind of hard with things on top of each other. I'm still hoping to find a complete set someday, because this should have a box like the other Carry Abouts did, but for some reason it's a whole lot rarer than SS1. I always see a bunch of that one, as well as the single 45's with their books. It's nice to know that even after an auction is over, if you have the entire URL, and not just the item number, you can still see the auction, although I think they disappear after 3 months.
   
 
I keep forgetting to go back to the Golden/Wonderland stuff. I didn't put a spot for the Golden version of the other 45, because I've never seen one, so I didn't want to guess just based on the number. And how did you get the covers to look so straight? I never would have known that they were at an angle!
 
I keep forgetting to go back to the Golden/Wonderland stuff. I didn't put a spot for the Golden version of the other 45, because I've never seen one, so I didn't want to guess just based on the number. And how did you get the covers to look so straight? I never would have known that they were at an angle!

Latest revision as of 03:10, September 27, 2012

Yeah, I started working on it last night. The set had 5 records when it was new. The seller has 4 records, and 3 sleeves, so 2 records have their sleeves, 1 sleeve has no record, and 2 records have no sleeve. Adding to the confusion is that the sleeves have two different sides, to match each side of each record. But this listing has something from every record, so I was able to piece together what's here, based on what we've found over the last 5(!) years. I finally was able to prove the last 2 record numbers, which were what I thought they would be all along, but I didn't want to guess. I was guessing that Put It Away would be the last song on the last record, since it's the last song on Side 2 of the LP, and the song talks about putting your things away when playtime is over. I was also finally able to confirm what's on each side of each single, which is good, because it looks like I had a couple of them reversed. So you can grab whatever you think would look nice to fill the holes on Sesame Street Singles and Sesame Street 45 RPM Sets, although it might be kind of hard with things on top of each other. I'm still hoping to find a complete set someday, because this should have a box like the other Carry Abouts did, but for some reason it's a whole lot rarer than SS1. I always see a bunch of that one, as well as the single 45's with their books. It's nice to know that even after an auction is over, if you have the entire URL, and not just the item number, you can still see the auction, although I think they disappear after 3 months.

I keep forgetting to go back to the Golden/Wonderland stuff. I didn't put a spot for the Golden version of the other 45, because I've never seen one, so I didn't want to guess just based on the number. And how did you get the covers to look so straight? I never would have known that they were at an angle!

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