I received my very own Bunny Racket LP, with Gatefold Cover and lovely Deep Pinkish Vinyl & card. I love kids records, and have collected them for ages. Most of those I purchased new have stayed sealed; and although I have not been able to listen to the Wabbit, it makes a great addition to the collection. I must have well over 100 assorted discs; and cylinders, etc., most from 4" on, almost always in colored media, usually yellow for some reason - even the 78rpm discs of all sizes. The smallest is a 2" set of 10 discs with their own player designed of course for these discs only. I found an exception, however. You may have seen the film "Toys"; and as the old toymaker is lowered down, a laughing box is activated. The box that houses that 2" clear disc will play on this tiny set from the late 1950's. The "flip side" of the Laughing are Birds singing!
This Bunny LP has a remarkable lineup, and if I had little ones at home, I'd play it for them; but since I hope that I never QUITE grow up, I'll have to give it a listen myself.
One obvious point that is clear when I looked through the Children's Section, is how often an "old standard" was repeated. A new disc rarely seems to come along in a given decade! Unless you count Disney. So whether you have little ones or not, there is a great lineup for an addition to your library; so I hope you will indulge a little and add this piece to your collections. I wish that I was able to give it a listen, but that will come in time. This was obviously a labor of love, or perhaps an excuse to wear a giant Bunny Suit. But, either way, I like the Idea of it.
"Everything is a Poison; it is the amount or degree that separates one Poison from another"