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harald
11th Dec 2011
The Spotnicks

A: Space Ship Rendez-Vous
B: Drina
Then my theory seems to agree - no export record! But very, very rare!

Harald



harald
11th Dec 2011
The Spotnicks

A: Space Ship Rendez-Vous
B: Drina
I'm in with Sören Spotnicks.net of contact for years. He knows it well not exist. The following explanation seems to be correct:

Outside of Scandinavia, the licenses of the Spotnicks recordings were awarded to the following companies:

Germany = Ariola
Holland = CNR
France = President

Polydor has bought the company in 1963 Karusell has wasted no time selling recordings of Karusell at Polydor in Holland and France. Protests from these countries were the result. But how you handle those problems? Right! To start your own record company. Roland Ferneborg distance Swe-Disc has established with its artists: Spotnicks, Little Gerhard and Ernie Eglund. The first LP, "In Spain" was released in the same order number in Germany, France and South Africa. Likewise, the single "Drina" in the same order in Germany and Sweden (with other art work).

Ted Moura, head of President France complained, successfully, with CNR to Polydor. Polydor backtracked and had to fulfill the contracts. There are very few were pressed Polydor recordings in 1963/1964 for Holland and France. There are rarities.

The question remains: Is the Swedish "Drina" an export drive, or the first Swe-disc single with Polydor order number. After the dispute had Swe-Disc own numbering system.

I have a Swedish text on this issue, but do not understand all the intricacies, despite Google Translate.

German Drina 52 206

Harald

harald
19th May 2011
The Spotnicks

A: Space Ship Rendez-Vous
B: Drina
Thanks for the information. Probably it is only this one Swedish export record. Who has the cute cartoon drawings made​​? See also "Little Gerhard" and other performers. This artist has surely been also active by Karusell.

harald
19th May 2011
The Spotnicks

A: Space Ship Rendez-Vous
B: Drina
This disc has the order number of the German Polydor with the same title. The normal order numbers of SWE DISC are SWES 1009, 1010 etc.

Is this an export record for Germany? Keith from Sweden - can you answer me this?

Harald

harald
19th May 2011
Bill Haley And His Comets

A: Rock The Joint
B: Yes Indeed!
I note first of all establish the facts. The back of "Yes, Indeed" (TRANS-WORLD 718) was "Real Rock Drive" (first published in ESSEX 310). This title has been published but already LONDON DL 20 069. It was therefore looking for a replacement and there were only broad ESSEX published titles to choose from.
I suspect that "Rock The Joint" won the race because it was the then most popular titles.


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The Spotnicks

A1: Merry Elephant
A2: Cape Kennedy
B1: Papa Oom Mow Mow
B2: Pense A Moi
SweDisc SwedenSWEP 1311964EP0 
The Spotnicks

A1: Space Creatures
A2: Sabeline
B1: Love-Sick Blues
B2: Endless Sleep
SweDisc SwedenSWEP 1221964EP0 
The Spotnicks

A1: Be Bop A Lula
A2: Habanera
B1: Hang On
B2: Space Party
SweDisc SwedenSWEP 1151964EP0 
The Spotnicks

The Impertinent Spotnicks In Jazzland

A1: Take Five
A2: Windy And Warm
B1: Bye Bye Blues
SweDisc SwedenSWEP 1141964EP0 
The Shy Ones

A1: La Route
A2: Bye Bye Birdie
B1: Swedish Polka Pig
B2: Susanna
SweDisc SwedenSWEP 1131964EP1 


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