Light My Fire
Break on Through
1967 Hip-Pocket Records 4" Flexi-Disc #9
Still Sealed in the Original Envelope.
Hip Pocket Records were 3 7/8 inch flexi-discs manufactured from 1967 to 1969 by Philco, a subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company at that time.
Hip Pocket Records came in colorful packaging that was about 6 1/4 inches tall by 5 inches wide.
It listed the two tracks, and featured a photo of the artist or band.
Philco-Ford teamed with record companies Atlantic, Mercury and Roulette to produce over 40 releases.