This record contains a true stereo version of "Only sixteen", while the RCA LP shown in the youtube clip has "Living Stereo" on the cover, but contains only fake stereo, In fact the LP sounds strange - more mono than stereo at all.
Wouldn't surprise me.....probably why the LP is so hard to find (along with the Cherie 45s). Comment by davie gordon:
I've changed the label to Cherie [Los Angeles] to separate it it from the later Detroit label.
This Cherie label may have been run by Magnificent Montague .. I'd imagine lawyers' letters
from Allan Klein were on their way to Kent / Modern when he found out about this one.Comment by RichardSibello:
May have been promo-only; I've never seen a stock copy of this.
Apparently, this was issued a year after Cooke's death-- and shortly after the various Beatles issues after finally stopping VEE JAY from issuing them--but I digress- by 1965 Allan Klein had pretty much gained control of ALL of SAm Cooke's recordings KEEN and RCA -- but I've seen YOU SEND ME also on Collectables and even on a Specialty 45 box set. so who knows ( probably like Patsy Cline's 4-Star masters that not only got released on DECCA but on every label from STARDAY to VEE JAY--some even credit Gene Autry as producer ). Anyway, I think this may have been withdrawn very very very quickly.