Your Hits

Your Hits (U.S.A.) / c. 1953

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Design: The label name seems to suggest it should have been called 'Your Lucky Hits,' since the image shows a horseshoe and a four-leaf clover, both associated with good luck (however, the horseshoe here is unlucky; the open end should face upward, so that the 'luck' does not fall out). The wavy line separating the upper and lower segments can be seen on other 1950s labels (e.g. VeeJay, Listen).

History: Label scan courtesy of collector Georg Richter of Germany, who writes: "This vinyl 78 has three songs on each side. I did not find any info about the label on the web; the only artist referenced is Snooky Lanson, who had a TV show presenting oldie hits by unknown artists. The song Why Don't You Believe Me was composed in 1952, so the record was probably released a short time later."




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