Fascinating labels, EW! Differing 'ring patterns', so I'm guessing a contract pressing outwith EMI's Feltham plant, rather than being removed before the moat could be cut into the disc? Anybody else know for sure?Comment by Electric Worrier:
I've added a solid centre version of this single. It's not very common so presumably it was plucked away from the punching machine for some reason?
I've not seen one but sure as pooh's brown there are some. Comment by randybullcow:
Question for all you fellow Bolan collectors out there. I've seen copies of this single with umlauts on the a-side Bolan credit only and copies with the umaut on the b-side Bolan credit only, but has anyone seen a copy with the umlauts on both sides at all?
Thank you, TS. You are indeed a 'Precious Star' (and probably wearing a Thunderbolt Suit, too). Be that as it may, these scans are much appreciated! Comment by telegramsam:
Especially for Ade Macrow at his request - the missing scans of records 2 to 4 inclusive, together with a pic of how the display pack actually looks with the records in situ. The B sides on all discs are all the same as the B side already shown.
I think, with the greatest of respect to harry1958, the extra picture he posted here does not relate to this release at all as far as the records or the display sleeve goes (and apologies for the crappy quality of those pics - they're included here for illustrative purposes only), though it is a great picture of course (and obviously from the same photo shoot as the pic on disc 1 of this release.
andychr you were lucky, I never even got the card, but it's great to see what I would've won had I got it. And isn't BINT of Scottish origins ??? Rab C uses it quite a lot, also used in Northern Ireland in the Ulster Scots communities