The B-side Lennon-McCartney cover here obeys the essential rule for such a thing - in general, pitch it some distance away from the original in style. I've heard an awful lot worse from musicians who should know better - this works.
G'M. Play the "B" side, I'm pretty sure you'll have a copy of it (if not, I'll bet it's on You Chube.. oh sorry, that's a Glasgow term ;)
It's not about royalties for John & Paul, just give it a spin, I'm sure this time you'll agree that it stinks!
I have just read the comment from 2009 and it has really made me chuckle and the day :)
Label colour? Large Centre?
1. It's an I.E.P. Intergral Embossed and>>>>>> Painted
2. It's Paint #1 I Phonogram buff/beige Mercury CTI and what and whenever
#2 Phonogram Yellow Stax and what-wherever
It is more than just plausable that various colours were available in the range and if a drum was getting low another colour could or would be used.
"ere George, you got any of that Avco Pink left>>> Na Fred Spring, Green or Polydor (both together) Kack Brown"
The 3pin Phonogram dinked centres could apply to BOTH paper label runs and IEP runs. ad the dinker and "dinking" is a seperate and manual process as is LH (Large Hole) die-cutting.
Really do enjoy and appreciate this site.
Insult to J & P ???? I wonder where the copyright roylties quarterly gregory's went?
The 4-pin dinked Centre copy is a bulk standard contract pressing awarded to CBS Aston Clinton Aylesbury Buckinghamshire. dispatched to Phonodisc distribustion/sales Clyde Works Just Off The North Circular and next door to Durex UK can't miss ir :) [Bit kinky latex and pvc right next door to each other!]