Hyperbole rules in James A. FitzPatrick’s TravelTalks,” newly collected in two three-disc sets (Warner, $30 each). Take 1942’s “Minnesota: Land of Plenty,” in which the State Capitol emerges as “one of the finest government buildings in the world” and the world’s largest open pit iron mine in Hibbing stands in as “the Grand Canyon of Minnesota.” But that’s exactly why these 120 vintage travel shorts remain a cool, kitschy trip to another time and place, from Juneau to Jaipur.