Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Slick Willie, Sep 16, 2017.
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I just got this for $20 and it's near mint and sounds incredible!
My my "early treasure"! NM. Sounds fantastic.
Love this every time I play it...
Some Days You Eat The bear...
Woodstock 50: "The Brown Acid Is Not, Specifically, Too Good" / "Get Down Off That Tower"
Label: Cotillion – PR7 590861, Rhino Records (2) – PR7 590861
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo, Orange Vinyl
How this didn't chart, I'll never understand.
This is the forgotten version of Don McLean's "American Pie" which everybody heard on the radio in 1971 if they were around and listening to Top 40 radio back then. Many FM stations also played it eventhough it was mono. This was a special radio station promo 45 which was specially mixed and edited for radio. To my knowledge, this version has never been issued again in any format. I doesn't bore you not having to listen to the 8+ minute complete version nor having to listen to the commercial 45 version that was split into 2 sides.
Don McLean - American Pie
I've had this for a long time and finally found it to post: The Who - My Generation (UK)
Moody Blues - Nights in White Satin US stereo promo (most promos of this are mono)
B-side is mono (note DEM catalog number instead of A-side's DES):
Interesting writing credit for NIWS.
According to the interwebs, all the initial 1968 pressings (and some later pressings) have the Redwave credit, which was later changed to Justin Hayward. Redwave was a fictitious collective name for the members of the band, though in this Goldmine interview, Hayward says it was part of a royalty ripoff:
While I have them out
Flowers Become Screens
My copy of Workingman’s Dead has what appears to be an off-register printing error in the album title.
I forgot that came with a sticker. I wonder where I stuck mine decades ago?
On your Cadillac?
a random selection of Japanese Bowie promos...
and a few from other artists...
and some more... apologies if these have been covered previously...
some UK Association promos...
one more UK and a couple of US.
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