Lindisfarne was a very good progressive rock band but the collaboration with Gascoigne was not a very good idea music wise, I was listening to the record and disliked it immideadly not the record itself but it was far from what I expected from a band as Lindisfarne.
It might have been the name Gascoine that made the record a big seller but a true shame to the music world and the good name of Lindisfarne in whole.
We dutchies had our Ruud Gullit who could at least sang a few notes ...
The collaboration with Gazza was presented to Lindisfarne as a way of finding their way back into the charts, Henk. Ray Jackson retired from the band as he strongly disagreed with the idea. The record sold in bucket loads but the Lindisfarne name and solid reputation built over two decades suffered thereafter. Comment by dezwarteschijf:
To be honest wordy, I don't know why I wrote that. So many years have passed that any combination could have been either available at the time or subsequently created.
I see no reason at all why all 3 variations would have been available in sleeves because it was a huge seller over a longish period.
Nice to have it confirmed.Comment by wordnwot:
Hawkmarty. I have A-3U/B-2U version and it has the Picture Sleeve.
Fonts slightly narrower.