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Artist:Bobby Fuller Four
Label:  Mustang
Country:USA
Catalogue:3014
Date:Nov 1965
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerRating
ABobby Fuller FourI Fought The LawS. Curtis10.0  Rate
BBobby Fuller FourLittle Annie LouB.Fuller, R.Fuller8.0  Rate


Notes

Monarch delta numbers: Δ59136 & Δ59136-X

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RecordDragon
15th Jun 2014
 Great sounding mono mix:

 

 
fortyfivesfrank
29th Apr 2014
 Sheet music cover image added
 

 
David M. McKee
13th Mar 2014
 In 1964, Bob Keane (founder of Del-Fi Records) started a label called Mustang, which recorded a band from Texas, the Bobby Fuller Four. Bobby Fuller was an admirer of Ritchie Valens and sought out Keane to record him when he moved to Los Angeles.
Fuller had a smash hit with ‘I Fought the Law’ for Mustang records before dying in a controversial suicide in July, 1966.
The Mustang label released 26 singles between November 1964 and March 1967.
 

 
RecordDragon
13th Mar 2014
 Is the Mustang label owned by or a subsidiary of the Del-Fi label?
 

 
annaloog
15th Jan 2013
 
Quote:
... How do you actually tell the difference....
Hold the record supported by 2 fingers from one hand through the spindle hole. Tap the edge of the disk with the other hand's index fingernail. If a ringing sound is produced the record is styrene; if the sound is a dull thud, it's vinyl.

NB. Use a fingertip, stick pen cap or similar object to support the record if it has the small (78/LP style) spindle hole.
 

 
gvsualan
5th Mar 2012
 (A)


"Live":
 

 
BEATLEJOHN
20th Apr 2011
 If you live it..(meaning here), you learn these things........(so far you're the King of the Irish pressings to the UK pressings...the way I can spot the difference with a Canadian to a US pressing...you live it)...John
 

 
bigtom
20th Apr 2011
 Thanks John it will take me sometime to digest all that info.You are a STAR.
 

 
BEATLEJOHN
20th Apr 2011
 Almost every US Columbia/Epic/London after 1965 is on polystyrene..the label is glued on and sits atop a small shelf that's visible black wax..and as far as width of single they're very consistent one to the next (and they DO NOT BEND AT ALL/ no flexibility)...A US Vinyl single can run the gamut from almost brittle to very flexible and the label is pressed into the vinyl while it is being heat stamped , the label usually runs over the label "shelf" with a rounded curve edge...with the exception of a "Capitol" pressed single that has the gripper-ridges..in which case the label is (usually) cut smaller (you see gripper-ridges..you know it's vinyl!)....by the way US polystyrene singles get a bad rap...but if you have a mint one that has never been played with a bad stylus (and DJ copies usually have cue-burn..so be careful), they're usually cut loud and sound very good! )In fact I'll take a US Phillies or ABC/Dunhill on styrene any day..those labels used garbage on their vinyl pressings!...John
 

 
bigtom
20th Apr 2011
 Its the dreaded P so is it a B.How do you actually tell the difference.Is one more flexible or wafer thin.
 

 
BEATLEJOHN
20th Apr 2011
 Tom is it vinyl or polystyrene...John
 

 
bigtom
20th Apr 2011
 Totally different label layout looks a very modern pressing a bit on the blurred side for my likeing
 


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