The above label image (from my disc) has been whitened considerably--the actual label is scuffed and dirty with age. Cool detail: the flip side credits a song to one R. Ragsdale, which of course is Stevens' real name (Harold Ray Ragsdale).
Anyway, these are cool. I wonder if Ray's doing the piano work throughout? I ask because, on at least one of them, he's snapping his fingers as the ivories are being tickled, which strongly suggests he's not the ivory tickler on that one. But it could be sound on sound.
Happy Birthday from Ray Stevens
Friendship Birthday (Gini Hayes-Ray Stevens)--Ray Stevens
It's Your Birthday Today (Don Welch)--Ray Stevens Chorus
Don't Count the Candles (G. Ray-R. Gene)--Ray Stevens
Have a Happy Day Today (V. Kaulfuss-R. Ragsdale)--Gini Hayes
Remembrance Records EP BD-001; 1959 or 1960.