Another in Castle's 'Sound Effects' series; we can't be missing too many of them, now. The 'Train Interior' track is actually quite evocative; it's all diddley-dum and no chuff-chuff, for a change, and it made me think of holidays.
I've just noticed that the sleeve on my copy has the catalogue number on the front of it, so I've shoved that on as well, and added the 'B' side for the sake of completeness. Could a Mod please shuffle them around? Thanks!Comment by The Toad:
Scan of 'A' side label and of the rear of a sleeve with an 'new address' sticker on it added. There's an O/TI tax code embossed in the 'B' side label on my copy. I see that the 'motte and bailey' marks in the centre are different from those of mystdrf's version, and the typeface for the credits looks marginally different - is it worth putting the 'B' side up?
Scans of an orange-and-black sleeve added, as though there wasn't enough excitement in the day already. There's an M/T tax code embossed on the label of this copy, which may help to pin the date down. Pressing was again by Philips.
An addition to F. C. Judd's Sound Effects catalogue. Mildly interesting - I was hoping that the Bell Bird would sound like a doorbell, but it didn't; it provided a series of high-pitched bleeps rather than a ding-dong. Such is life.