Rondo-lette SA 46
This album received a brief in the February 23, 1959 Billboard under the heading of "Low-Price Sound".
Rondo is an obscure label out of Union City, N.J.
Unlike many sound effects LPs which offer a variety of singular sounds, this record offers long tracks of ambient sound associated with the title of the track. I enjoyed listening to it almost as if it was an abstract piece of music. I almost set it aside, but wondered what a "trap" sounded like. Apparently a "trap" (set) is another way of saying "drum" (kit). So the first track on the B side, Traps, is an excellent and surprise piece of uncredited space age music.
The record was marketed as a way to "show off " your "wonderful stereophonic set". In a way, it does just that.
This is a great oddball record!