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A Medley Of Sounds From The Plant And From The Best Of CBS Records, Including:
A1 Ray Conniff Remember
A2 Johnny Mathis Misty
A3 Marty Robbins Big Iron
A4 Brothers Four* Greenfields
A5 Jimmy Dean Big Bad John
A6 Andy Williams Moon River
A7 Pete Seeger Guantanamera
A8 Tony Bennett I Left My Heart In San Francisco
A9 New Christy Minstrels* Green, Green
A10 Robert Goulet If Ever I Would Leave You
A11 Johnny Cash Ring Of Fire
A12 Barbra Streisand People
B1 Jerry Vale Mona Lisa
B2 Audrey Hepburn Wouldn't It Be Loverly
B3 Byrds* Turn, Turn, Turn
B4 Andre Kostelanetz* Days Of Wine And Roses
B5 Bob Dylan Like A Rolling Stone
B6 Eydie Gorme* If He Walked Into My Life
B7 Paul Revere And The Raiders* Great Airplane Strike
B8 Aretha Franklin Cry Like A Baby
B9 Buckinghams* Hey Baby
B10 Lulu To Sir With Love
B11 Donovan Mellow Yellow
B12 Union Gap* Young Girl
B13 O.C. Smith* Little Green Apples
B14 Simon & Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson
B15 Sly And The Family Stone* Stand
B16 Walter Carlos Brandenburg 3rd
B17 Chicago Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is
B18 Blood, Sweat & Tears* Spinning Wheel
B19 Ray Conniff Remember

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman


  • Engineer – Ed Michalski
  • Narrator – Bob Hite
  • Producer – Marge Harrison


As listed on cover:
10th Anniversary Commemorative Record, Dedicated To Our Plant Family
(plant began limited operations in late 1960 and became fully operational by mid-1961)

Features short samples of aforementioned tracks shown on tracklist as by artists on both Columbia and Epic, with Bob Hite (CBS staff announcer, no relation to the late Canned Heat band member) as narrator and audio reminiscences from Pitman plant workers.
Promotional Copy - Not For Sale

For space reasons, some titles are condensed on the label, among them:
- "The Great Airplane Strike" (#B7) as "Great Airplane Strike"
- "Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song" (#B9) as "Hey Baby"

B16 is incorrectly credited to "Switched-On Bach".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side deadwax - stamped): ZSM154345-1A p
  • Matrix / Runout (B side deadwax - stamped): ZSM154346-1A p

Various - The Sounds Of The 60's In Pitman album flac
Spoken Word, Easy Listening, Vocal, Country, Folk, Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Jazz-Rock, Experimental, Baroque, Avantgarde
Performer: Various
Title: The Sounds Of The 60's In Pitman
Category: Jazz / Rock / Soulful / Records / Pop / Classical / Folk
Released: 1970
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 291