Everything looks fine,TOKENHIPPIE.I had the same glitch the other day with a Nancy Sinatra label.Someone suggested downloading the free "CCleaner" to get rid of temporary internet files and cookies,and now everythings back to normal.
Am i losing my mind. Don't answer that. whatever bizarre glitch has happened . I am looking at 365 days a year and when i magnify in turns into Turn Him down but the hidden image does not do that it's Turn him down either way. you guys are playing a trick on me right. you're having a little fun at my expense. that's the only plausible explanation for what i'm seeing.
I MUST BE IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE. HOW DOES THE SECOND IMAGE SHOW 365 DAYS A YEAR BUT WHEN YOU MAGNIFY IT, IT'S TURN HIM DOWN THE HIDDEN IMAGE IS THE SAME ONLY IT SHOWS TURN HIM DOWN BOTH WAYS. WHO'S GOT AN EXPLANATION FOR THIS
shoestring has forced my hand in a way. When I see a rare blank Canadian record listed, i feel compelled to upload the label. There'll be a few unhappy Canadian Collector s in Ottawa seeing their precious records spread all over the internet. They're very protective of their Ottawa vinyl. I 've been there a couple of times looking for Sir John A records and they are not very co-operative. I would have had a better chance finding a leprechaun's pot of gold than a Sir John A record. And that's the city they make them in.
I know WB lbl we'll no doubt correct me and let me know that's not where they make them. I was using poetic licence to make my point.
Sometimes when there's a weak signal i press the button twice and it doubles the image. I hesitate to put up the B side . i notice all these repros as you guys seem to call them, but it's really another euphemism for counterfeit. they're reproducing virtually identical copies for some harder to find Canadian vinyl. i really hate to see these counterfeits pop up.
Is this what you're looking for Shoestring. you're getting to be a real buzzsaw when it comes to my Canadian stuff. and please show me where it states Alex Sherman as producer on the label. It does not.