Songs for Children

1962 - EP - Self released

Side One

1) Slumber Boat
2) English Cradle Song

Side Two
1) Sweet and Low
2) Cradle Song

History
Elva Miller's first known release on vinyl, which was distributed
 to local orphanages. Produced by her future producer and manager Fred Bock.


Liner Notes

Elva Miller, Soprano
Marie Metcalf, Organ

 

Song Festoons

1962 - LP - Fono-Graf Records

History
A comedy album by KMPC DJ Gary Owens, which collected various skits from his radio show. Owens had a clueless character named Earl C. Phestoon and Elva Miller was listed as his wife named Phoebe Phestoon singing "Slumber Boat" from her Songs for Children EP. The album was produced by Fred Bock and Dick Friesen. This was the first record Owens released and he has said that Fono-Graf Records was a phony company. 

Slumber BoatPhoebe Phestoon aka Elva Miller
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