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Dyta-Urese: Het Routine Diureticum (1967)
02/10/2010, 10:46
Filed under: 60's, Dutch, Floppy Vinyl, Medicine, Spoken Word

Dyta-Urese: The Routine Diuretic (1967)

Another exciting floppy record! Just like the records previously posted here, here and here, it was handed out to doctors to promote a medicine. This time a diuretic medicine named Dyta-Urese.

Here’s a short clip:

Here’s the record (6mb)

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Dyta-Urese: Bij de Behandeling van Cardiale Œdemen (1965)
30/09/2010, 21:14
Filed under: 60's, Dutch, Floppy Vinyl, Medicine, Spoken Word | Tags: ,

Dyta-Urese: For Treatment of Cardiac Edema (1965)

Dyta-Urese is a medicine for treatment of Cardiac Edema (a heart disease). This floppy record was handed out to doctors to promote the medicine.

I have no clue what the man on this record is talking about… but I’m sure the doctors can understand perfectly well what all the medical terms he uses are all about.

Here’s a short clip:

Here’s the record (6 mb)



Tagamet No.1 In Maagzuurremming (1984)
17/12/2009, 23:45
Filed under: 80's, Dutch, Medicine, Spoken Word | Tags: ,

What a treat! This 12″ contains a discussion on stomach-acid reducing medicine called Tagamet. The panel consisted of renowned dutch doctors and professors who all have their own delightful insight story on stomach-acid.

This album was probably handed out to doctors to inform them on the effects of the medicine (the sleeve holds several pages with additional information on the medicine inside).

Well, you probably can’t wait to listen to this piece of art so I won’t hold you up much longer… here’s a preview:

Or, skip the preview and dive 25 minutes deep in the exciting world of stomach-acid here (49mb).



Voor Een Goed Hondenleven (±1985)
15/11/2009, 13:13
Filed under: 80's, Dutch, Medicine, Spoken Word | Tags: , , ,

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“For A Good Dogs’ Life”

Poems about dogs and vet practice accompanied by some soft music! Yep, just what we’ve always wanted.

These kind of  records were handed out to doctors and, in this case, vets to promote or inform them about medicines. This one’s by Intervet, a manufacturer of animal vaccines. There’s no year on it but it’s probably from around the mid-eighties.
Side B is filled with some lousy music which Isn’t really worth sharing, so, this time I’ve only recorded the A side.

Listen to a sample:

And get the record (20mb) here.