YankeeDisc 8th Apr 2012 ...ask leaf1960 to kindly provide the dead wax info from both sides and you will have more than an idea.
SHOULD look something like this.....
AA 328 085 1F 1 ℗ 1968 670 Side A
AA 328 085 2F 2 670 Side B
This taken from another Paul Mauriat single 328 085 JF - NETHERLANDS Boursin 8th Apr 2012 And Finnish.
But the typeface does not agree with any country that's been mentioned. I have seen a lot of Philips singles from different places in my time, but I don't remember ever seeing one that looked like this.
VinylSid 8th Apr 2012 VIDEO Producer Al 8th Apr 2012 And Norwegian. Producer Al 8th Apr 2012 Some of the Swedish and Danish singles of this period seem to have the PF suffix. Eg TheJudge 8th Apr 2012 Looking at the font (particularly the lower case French title), and at the fact that only the catch-all 'B.I.E.M.' is shown, and comparing it with this, I wonder if this is Italian.
All the searches I've done for this A-side give 'JF' as the suffix for the Dutch issue rather than 'PF', and the Dutch issue has a different B-side. zabadak 8th Apr 2012 I have the UK issue and this ain't it! This is the one!
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