Hi Guy's, Further to my earlier enquiry I have noticed that the one that is missing the "THE ROLLING STONES" title was printed by West Brothers Printers, Mitcham, Surrey. and the one that appears the normal type of cover was printed by MacNeill Press, London, SE1. I Hope this helps any forthcoming answers. John
Hi, Can someone help me with a query about The E.P DFE 8560. I have 2 copies one "normal" to look at and one without the "THE ROLLING STONES" Title on the front , everything else appears the same as the other one except for the omission of the The rolling stones title on the front, is this a mis-print or is this just another variation. Thank you Snooky999
The West Bros cover and same record as shown was also sold late 64 in Denmark.
There seems to be 3 colourvariations of the Stones title on the frontcover.
Can anybody enlighten me of the NCB BIEM box on the label. Deram also has the same. Possibly smae pressing plant/ownership? I pressume these pressings are what you call export issues. Decca didn´t seem to have had a pressing plant in Scandinavia at this time, but I find it hard to believe that English pressing plants could supply the whole of Europe. Any form of matrix coding on the Decca 60´s releases perhaps like land codes later on?