Klepsie: Don't forget about the BBCode link at the bottom of each entry which is what I used.
Zeb: You can click on the BBCode link at the bottom of the entry and a box will pop up with a highlighted code you can copy and paste into your comment and that provides a link to another record on 45cat. This only works for other entries here.
Use Klepsie's information for posting any URL into a comment.Comment by Klepsie:
Click on the little "chain" icon above the text box when commenting, and a pop-up box appears. Just paste the URL of the link into the pop-up where it prompts you, et voila!Comment by ZebedyZak:
How do you do that, RecordDragon? I would do it like that myself if I knew how to.
I've just been looking at 7N 15944 in the UK Pye numbers. It does exist, but it's not a Kinks single. It's a single by the Candy Dates.
On the other hand, the other Kinks singles released on Pye in New Zealand have the same number as their British counterparts, so how did this oddity occur? How did this single end up with another record's number in NZ?
Thanks, Mikey. I've seen 7NH 111 listed on here before (a Dutch import), that one is listed on popsike.com, but I couldn't see 7N 15944 listed there.Comment by Mikey Dread:
Perhaps you might find these three pages interesting from popsike.com, ZebedyZak.Comment by ZebedyZak:
Now this one has a number that would fit in with the UK Pye sequence, yet this particular single wasn't released in the UK. Was it ever planned for UK release but then cancelled? Were any export copies pressed in the UK? I have never seen any import from anywhere of "A Well Respected Man" with this number. I bought a US import on Reprise (0420) in 1988.
Unless someone uploads that label photo, fab, these are your choices. I'd choose the B-side for now.Comment by fabgear66:
Wanted to change the label image in my collection to the "small centre push-out version^, but the image offered is only for the "B" side. Should the "A" side also be there as a choice, or was the image never there in the first place.Comment by fabgear66:
This record was made from masters of RCA by Jugoton, Yugoslavia, see text and logos on sleeve and text on labels, still using the RCA Victor logos on the labels. It should be classed as Jugoton IMO, like I did with two other Yugoslavian Kinks records newly added today. What do you think?