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Like the similarly named Gala Goldentone, this was a 6" plastic children's record dating from 1968.
All the labels show this date, but some don't show a catalague number, only a side number.

Both Gala and Gala Goldentone were made for The Gala Racord Company, the main difference being that these Gala records were British recordings, whereas the Goldentones were American.

Gala Nursery Records were produced for Selcol (see label of this name), and the master numbers with a LYN-prefix shows them to be recorded by Lyntone Ltd.


My thanks to Richard Prout for the images.


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Thanks to the following for providing more information:
Richard Prout, Steve Holzer

Page last updated on: January 23, 2022

Cat No Matrix No. Title Artist on Label
1 LYN-1691
LYN-1692
Bobby Shaftoe; Little Jack Horner; Little Boy Blue
The Three Bears
The Selmer Players and Singers
2 LYN-1693
LYN-1694
Lavenders Blue
Hickory Dickory Dock; Hi Diddle Diddle; Diddle Diddle Dumpling
The Selmer Players and Singers
3 LYN-1695
LYN-1696
Sing A Song Of Sixpence
The Pied Piper
The Selmer Players and Singers
4 LYN-1697
LYN-1698
Frere Jacques; Au Clair De La Lune
Pop Goes The Weasel
The Selmer Players and Singers
5 LYN-1699
LYN-1700
Little Bo Peep
Big Bass Drum
The Selmer Players and Singers
6 LYN-1701
LYN-1702
Oranges And Lemons
Loop-De-Loop
The Selmer Players and Singers
7 LYN-1703
LYN-1704
Tom, Tom The Piper's Son
Pussy In The Well
The Selmer Players and Singers
8 LYN-1705
LYN-1706
Jack And The Beanstalk
Boys And Girls Come Out To Play (Road Safety)
The Selmer Players and Singers
9 LYN-1707
LYN-1708
Old King Cole
What Are Little Girls And Boys Made Of?
The Selmer Players and Singers
10 LYN-1661
LYN-1709
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Red Riding Hood
The Selmer Players and Singers
11 LYN-1710
LYN-1711
Humpty Dumpty
Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush
The Selmer Players and Singers
12 LYN-1712
LYN-1713
Jack And Jill
Polly Put The Kettle On
The Selmer Players and Singers
13 LYN-1714
LYN-1715
Grand Old Duke Of York
Lullaby Brahms (including "Rock-A-Bye Baby")
The Selmer Players and Singers
14 LYN-1716
LYN-1717
Happy Birthday Song
Ring A Ring A Roses
The Selmer Players and Singers
15 LYN-1718
LYN-1719
Three Little Pigs, part 1
Three Little Pigs, part 2
The Selmer Players and Singers
16 LYN-1720
LYN-1721
Cinderella, part 1
Cinderella, part 2
The Selmer Players and Singers
17 LYN-1722
LYN-1723
Three Blind Mice / Alouette
Dick Whittington
The Selmer Players and Singers
18 LYN-1724
LYN-1725
Sur Le Pont D'Avignon
This Little Pig; To Market To Market; Goosey Goosey Gander; Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
The Selmer Players and Singers
19 LYN-1726
LYN-1727
Christmas Songs, part 1
Christmas Songs, part 2
The Selmer Players and Singers
20 LYN-1728
LYN-1729
Three Little Kittens
Farmer's In The Dell
The Selmer Players and Singers
21 LYN-1730
LYN-1731
Musical Chairs
Everybody Sing (Baa Baa Black Sheep; Georgie Porgie; Ride A Cock Horse)
The Selmer Players and Singers
22 LYN-1732

LYN-1733
Party Recitations, part 1 (Bye Baby Bunting; Higgledy Piggledy; The North Wind; Little Tommy Tucker; Cock A Doodle Doo; The Robin)
Oh, Dear, What Can The Matter Me?
The Selmer Players and Singers
23 LYN-1734
LYN-1735
Wee Willie Winkie; Little Nut Tree; I Saw Three Ships
London Bridge
The Selmer Players and Singers
24 LYN-1736
LYN-1737
I Have a Little Pussy Cat; Pussy Cat Where Have You Been?;
Mary Mary Quite Contrary; Little Polly Flinders; See Saw Margery Daw
The Selmer Players and Singers
25 LYN-1738

LYN-1739
Party Recitations, part 2 (Sleep Baby Sleep; Little Miss Muffet; Old Mother Goose; There Was An Old Woman; There Was a Crooked Man)
Pat-A-Cake; Queen Of Hearts; Simple Simon
The Selmer Players and Singers