I must have been asleep - the "DRSP 118" should have alerted me to Discount Records. (a red faced smiley)Comment by earlybird:
All his issues were legitimate releases, He did not have to negotiate with that many Companies. he went through EMI, Polygram, RCA etc. most were pressed in NZ.
They were all pressed by their respective record companies whether Oz or NZ.Comment by RecordDragon:
Wonder how the owner of this "Discontinued Records" is able to license all these tracks he's reissued on 45? Or is he operating like Underground/Stardust where the singles are released, but it's somewhat a gray area as to the sources and their legitimacy?Comment by earlybird:
The composer credits also list "Clements" & "B" side is missing an "After Time" from the Philips release
Peter Atkins of "Discontinued Records" mentioned quite a few times he was asked for this record quite a lot & the Philips issue was rather collectable
Spot on with the disambig, EB. I've linked him into the main Clement listing.Comment by The_Vinyl_Junkie:
I was under the impression that this was a re-issue by Polygram to link with his Australian tour with Johnny Cash. The "A" and "B" sides were swapped from the original release on Philips in Australia.Comment by earlybird:
a "Discontinued Records" re-issue.
"Jack Clements" needed disambiguation as there is already a "Jack Clements" listed on a couple of NZ releases