The Chariot Race 45
Sandy released an unusual children's record in connection with the 1959 film "Solomon and Sheba".
Sandy explains the "Chariot Race Game" to be found on Side Two, then describes (with sound effects) the climactic battle
between Solomon's army and the Egyptians. Four chariots race to be the first bringing news of the victory to Jerusalem...
...contains four separate grooves, each containing a different version of the race (narrated by Sandy) and each about 45
seconds in length. The object of the game is to guess which chariot will win; since the grooves are concentric, it is
impossible to tell which one the needle will fall into, and so there is no way to tell how the race will turn out.
Sandy suggests holding a series of races; the winner being the one with the most correct guesses.
Side One: Introduction
Side Two: Races