British 7″ Vinyl Single Series Of Four Were Part Of A Promotion Campaign ‘Get Lucky! With Frys’ By Cadbury Schweppes For Fry’s Chocolate Cream Bars Back In The 1960’s. The Set Of Four 7″ Vinyl Single Records Published By CBS Records Were Not Available In Retail Stores, The Set Contains

Record 1
Side A: The Byrds: Mr. Tambourine Man (1967) / Side B: Gary Puckett And The Union Gap (1968)
Catalogue Number W.B. 729

Record 2
Side A: John Barry: James Bond Theme (1966) / Side B: Ray Conniff: Love Is Blue (1968)
Catalogue Number W.B. 730

Record 3
Side A: Aretha Franklin: Mocking Bird (1964) / Side B: Johnny Mathis: Up Up And Away (1967)
Catalogue Number W.B. 731

Record 4
Side A: Georgie Pame: By The Time I Get To Phoenix (1968) / Side B: Simon & Garfunkel: Sound Of Silence (1968)
Catalogue Number W.B. 732
CBS Records, England 1969

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Fry’s Chocolate Cream Is A Chocolate Bar Made By Cadbury, And Formerly By J. S. Fry & Sons In Union Street, Bristol, England. Launched In 1866, Fry’s Chocolate Cream Is The First Mass-Produced Chocolate Bar. It Consists Of A Plain, Lime, Orange Or Other Flavors Fondant Centre Enrobed In Plain Chocolate

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