Klepsie 3rd Jul 2015 I don't think it's likely to be UK or Ireland. I'd suggest 45-HL 9658 as more likely, given the prominent credit for Fabor Robinson there similar to that on the sleeve. jimmyx 3rd Jul 2015 The Irish as well as the UK record have the same cat number, I'm not sure to which Country the cover belongs to gshiel 17th Aug 2014 Original sheet music. Redpunk 2nd Dec 2013 Added further label variants. Gilbert003 12th Oct 2013 Here's a rare solid centre Catagna45 24th Feb 2013 Ned Miller had a fine, traditional-sounding and instantly identifiable (that slight tremor) C & W voice, as this 'B' side amply demonstrates.
Redpunk 24th Feb 2013 Added side A label variant scan with Made in England and Decca credit on left of label instead of at top. gregs45s 21st Jul 2012 Variation K/T added , sorry :) YankeeDisc 4th Apr 2012 ....it's nice to see you're paying attention, sit up straight now....uhh, Medomsley Road. bill mann 4th Apr 2012 I never thought I would be staring at Ned Miller 45s with such interest in the details. here we go ! 's' & cat no. only
Three records with 's' on both sides.
One with 's' on one side only.
HL9658 on one line, HL 9658 on 2 lines, HL.9658 on 2 lines, 45-HL 9658 on 2 lines and 45-HL.9658 on 2 lines.
I need to sit in the dark now. YankeeDisc 4th Apr 2012 ...check again Catagna45, three of the above variants have the enigmatic 's' aboard.
I think it has to be something to do with the printers used. Catagna45 4th Apr 2012 Hey, I've not checked but is that the first example of the mysterious Decca ' s' to have migrated to London? Brunswick, next? Paul Vinyl 3rd Apr 2012 Label Variations Added.
No 45 Before HL
But with a Small s under M/T
& Dot after HL.
My two scans are the same as scans 6 & 7 but witthout the 45. slotman17 17th Mar 2012 Note that on the boxed logo variants, an extra 'n' has erroneously crept into Fabor Robison's surname. Klepsie 16th Mar 2012 Further label variants added: no "45" in cat number, no matrix brackets, production credit on left (also A side publisher "Burlington Music").
Mods might like to re-order these: the "45-HL" copies are oldest, then the "HL", then the boxed logo. Klepsie 8th Jan 2012 It was on Fabor in the US. Which may explain why one label has the producer credit where the US label credit normally goes on London American. Maxonian 8th Jan 2012 Why no US label mention do you think? zabadak 9th Sep 2011 One of my (many) Karaoke Klassix! KeithS 7th Mar 2010 Its not just extra dots or hyphens in the catalogue numbers its also different bracketing of the matrix sladesounds 7th Mar 2010 Scans with 45 prefix but with alternative fonts/layout added. nanocyar 10th Jan 2010 I've added scans with "45" prefix. Please login or join 45cat to add your comment about this record.