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Uploading stock labels
Added full size scans of both sides of this Eddie Blazonczyk record.
Are there any USA pressings that actually have "Kiss Him Goodbye" showing as the B-side?
So if Don Henley is not credited on the label, his name shouldn't appear in this entry (even though that information is known).
Yes, those are bootleg images...
5-11020 & 5-10701 contain both tracks mentioned by mojo.
First 2 images [179987/179988] have Sheldon in wax:
Pressed by Sheldon, Chicago, IL
At the risk of channelling RecordDragon, I first heard this on the aforementioned "Very Best of Dr. Demento" compilation. Hadn't heard it in at least ten years until it showed up as an earworm last night...
What in the world are you getting at teabiscuit? That link to "The Others" isn't relevant here. Those groups are separated by brackets as disambiguation indicators and the group in the entry had parentheses as part of its name in other countries which is absent here. This...
Given the way the catalog number is shown on the labels (see labels), I would take "Daydream" to be the A-side.
With that said...
Monarch Delta numbers (MR stamp):
Those numbers put this release no earlier than March 1961, not anywhere in 1960.
Images 1955379 & 1955383 look a lot like boots to me. There is no way they could have released legitimate issues that sloppily.
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I'm not certain where the "ВИА" came from, but the artist name in Russian Cyrillic is Вокально-Инструментальный Ансамбль Боба Каллачана, which (rugby...
Should be linked to Blue Marvin.
From what I can gather, this is an alias of Bob Callaghan (aka Bob Kallatchan and ВИА БОБА КАЛЛАЧАНА.)