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• (2) 45 records, Raccoon Records label, The Election Song: None of the Above/Cro-Magnon Woman by Rocky Frisco
• Autograph? and notes on sleeve by Rocky Frisco
• Rocky Frisco for Mayor bumper sticker
Very cool find! (2) 45 records from Rocky Frisco, an American musician best known as the longtime pianist for J. J. Cale, and for his role in the development of the music style known as the Tulsa Sound.
45's have Raccoon Records label. We did some research and weren't able to find anything about this label, so we are betting this was Rocky's personal label, as he was also known as Rocky Raccoon Frisco, and the label also has Little Red Hen Publishing Co., with a Tulsa address. Both 45's are the same with "The Election Song: None of the Above" (How appropriate!) and "Cro-Magnon Woman" on the B side. Super rare label?
One of the 45 sleeves has written notes and what appears to be an autograph!
Also included is a bumper sticker "Rocky Frisco for Mayor" from his unsuccessful offer for the Tulsa Mayoral race of 1992...a little music history blended with politics....a great piece of history!
This a a great little collection of music history from a legend in the Tulsa music scene.
Records untested but appear unused - presumably limited original first run pressings as these were found among several items from this estate.