I'm well aware of that. However, I've come across a number of records on this site that have had the songs listed not in the correct order after finding promo labels and this could be one of them since nothing on either label designates which side is the A-side. Since this was released in June (no date) of 1966 and "This Is My House" entered the charts on July 9 of 1966, it's probably safe to assume this could be one of those records flipped upon being entered on the website (since it takes a number of days after release for a song to enter the charts).
If it doesn't need to be flipped, then fine, but I would have to assume the record company was pushing that song since it's the one that charted.Comment by mdcoffey:
Carouselambra - A/B sides are not determined by what charted. They are
determined by what the label already decided what was the A-side and what
was the B-side.
There have been a few records like The Champs "Tequila" and Elton John "Your Song"
that the B-side charted or became a bigger hit than the A-side. That still does not
negate what the A-side was.
I don't remember "Nights In White Satin" reappearing at number 51 in 2010. The three times I referred to were its UK chart runs in 1967, 1972 and 1979. Its first UK chart run began in late December 1967 and it peaked at 19 in early 1968.
The 1972 reissue reached number 2 in the USA and number 1 in Canada.
Frank is right, but the group were in transition at the time. B-side was one of the last tracks recorded by the old formation, while the A-side was one of the first with the newies Hayward and Lodge. So there should have been two different pictures....
By comparison the Belgian Nights in White Satin is absolutely wrong.Comment by fortyfivesfrank:
Appears picture of group used as one before Justin joined the group.Comment by alquin:
note the wrong composer's name: Haywood should be Hayward. Not the last time Justin Hayward's name is not properly mentioned (see Nights in White Satin)