Another one, unsure if I’ll be able to confirm this one.
I was listening to a compilation of medieval songs on YouTube and unexpectedly had a memory from California in the early 70s. I was at this medieval-themed dinner and they had an LP of medieval music playing. I think it was one of my records they had borrowed. The room looked like a club or lounge of some sort. The walls had pretty standard faux-wood and were decorated with small buntings. They had waiters in period clothing and a bunch of bored-looking people at the table.
After researching albums of medieval music available at the time I came across this: http://www.etsy.com/listing/113183009/medieval-music-and-songs-of-the?utm_source=google&utm_medium=product_listing_promoted&utm_campaign=vintage_low&gclid=CPbT58nDi7sCFWRBQgodXV4A8A
I’m going to see if I can find it and have a listen. I think I may have had this album. A bit more research shows that Everest Records closed in the late 60s, so this would have been a rare, out-of-print record in the early 70s and I certainly would have known that. I was probably there to make sure it didn’t get abused.