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Goden Oldies is a great prediction routine combining the fun music of the fifties and sixties with memories of juke boxes, fast cars, poodle skirts and Beatle hairdos. Seniors will love recalling the memories of their youth, and their children and grandchildren will be caught up in the nostalgia as well.
Three colorful posters advertise a collection of "top hits" of the fifties and sixties and samples of a few tunes are played. A free selection is made of just one song on any one of the three CD set. That CD is loaded into an ungimmicked CD player and the spectator pushes the number of the selection. The selected song plays as the performer calls attention to a long-play record cover that has been on display the whole time. That cover is turned face toward the audience. It is a cover for the very song that is playing on the CD player!
This has it all: Mystery, Nostalgia, and Music!
You receive: Four full-color, 12 x 18 inch posters, three CDs, each in its own jewel case, three large cloth car dice, each measuring 3 inches square, the full-size, long-play, prediction record cover, an instruction booklet with complete script filled with '50s and '60s nostalgia that can be easily adapted to your own style. This booklet is a lesson in performance! You supply your own CD player.
This wonderful routine will be the hit of your show. It is ideal for family audiences!
"All I can say about Golden Oldies is "WOW!" This is an absolutely brilliant concept in mentalism. I've never seen anything like it. In all my years performing, this is one of the most deceptive methods I've ever seen to accomplish the task at hand. This is more than just another trick, it's a complete routine. At bare minimum, I get at least 10 minutes of solid, feel-good magic and it has become the most talked about part of my show. This effect oozes with nostalgia and as such, it instills a walk down memory lane for everyone in the audience and suddenly I find myself transformed into the nicest guy they know. You just can't get any better than that. The fact that this is a killer mentalism effect is purely a bonus!"
-- Kerry Summers