A true Tulsa music rarity, this is the Totty Brothers' self-titled 1977 LP, "Totty," of which only 50 were produced by the brothers and handed-out to area DJs and potential investors (as well as a few friends) as a promotional piece. Today it is considered as one of the most under-rated, hard-rock garage LPs to come out of Tulsa's vast music scene, and their early albums fetch strong prices; this particular one will fetch several hundred dollars. The cover still has its shrink-wrap and is NM/M-; the vinyl and labels are also NM/M- (the "marks you see in the pics around the spindle holes are factory imperfections, not spindle scrapes or gouges. Included with the vinyl record were these items: (1) A "credits sheet"; (2) Three lyrics sheets; (3) Two black-and-white photographs of the brothers; and ONE EXTRA "TOTTY" STICKER,** like the one the front of the otherwise-solid-white cover, to be attached to school notebooks, auto bumpers, etc.; and all of these items were produced on a mimeograph machine rather than a copier. The book I authored that tells the story of this band, along with 100+ stories of other Tulsa/Eastern Oklahoma bands and musicians, including Marble Phrogg and J.J Cale, Davis Gates and Leon Russell's early Tulsa days, can be found at my website: tulsa45s.net.
** Please note that after the book was published, I was told by one of the Totty brothers, whom I interviewed for their story, that some promo LPs had two extra stickers, others had only one; BUT, I have yet to find a promo LP sold on eBay that had any extra stickers included.
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