A release date of 19 Jul 1974 is given in booklet 'The New Singles' No. 534
on the label.
Jake Smarm 25th Feb 2016 The b side is a rare chance to hear Mike on vocals! Charlie Chalk 7th Jan 2016 Froggy Went A-Courting:
VIDEO dn784533 7th Jan 2016 A-side a contender for 'most mentions of an artist's name on the label'. At 5 occurrences it ties with this one. Deepinder Cheema 14th Jul 2013 Oh no! I was entralled by Beryl a few weeks ago when I revisited her BBC Interview (still on iplayer) from over a year ago. Cutting engineers are a rare breed and this is a desperate loss.
http://www.45cat.com/45_forum_topic_view.php?t=2156&h=p46695#p46695 Catagna45 14th Jul 2013 Waiting to get a haircut yesterday I browsed as one does through the assorted reading matter made available and came across this fascinating Obituary to Beryl Ritchie who pursued a career in disc cutting, one of the few female engineers thus employed at the time. "Tubular Bells" was one of her first pieces of work.
I felt other Caters would enjoy. Gryphon 19th Mar 2013 Sadly this single was mostly ignored when it came out but it was an excellent track and is different from the theme on the album. fatpizzaman 4th May 2011 VIDEO stiffone 26th Dec 2010 Same goes for this one released later than produced.
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