Peking, China: China Record Company, 1966. Record. 7-inch, 33 1/3 rpm. Chinese record. Fabulous graphic on the cardboard sleeve depicting six smiling youth, several with red party scarves about their necks. The cardboard sleeve is creased in several places. The record shows a bit of grit from the five decades since it was new, but no scratches. Side one includes: 1) We Have Put on The Red Scarf; 2) From a Child I Learn to be Like the Peasants; 3) The Young Pioneers Can Paint the Most Beautiful New Pictures (1). Side Two: 3) The Young Pioneers Can Paint The Most Beautiful, New Pictures (2) ; 4) I Love My Red-Tasselled Spear; 5; All Red Hearts are Turned to the Party. Very Good. Item #84712
"Collectively composed by the Suite Composition Group of the Children's Art Theatre of the China Welfare Institute, and sung by the "Red Children" Art Troupe of the Shanghai Working People's Palace of Culture, with Accompaniment by the Orchestra of the Children's Art Theatre of the China Welfare Institute.
Record distributed by the China Publications Centre.