My Dad was from Louisiana, Mom from Boston so some weird music back then. Dad had gotten into folk so there were New Christy Minstrals, Weavers, Peter, Paul & Mary. He still had the old Hank and Patsy Cline records as well.
The one record I remember most was Meet The Beatles, something my Mom had picked up. My brother and I (6 & 7) couldn't read, but we knew the Beatles album because it had the old Capitol Records label on the disc. We played it constantly, knew all the words and sang em. One day, I remember putting what I thought was the album on and it was Johnny Mathis (Capitol sticker on the disc as well) and my brother and I just howled with laughter when old Johnny launched into "Chances Are" when were were expecting the Fab 4. Hey, we couldn't read and the label looked right!!!