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KINA
Post subject:   PostPosted: Mar 24, 2006 - 02:09 AM
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I have a New Zealand pressed copy of this album, cat# is (LKM.4679)

Any ideas as to what the 'M' would stand for?.

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Possibly Mono?
 
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KINA
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My first thought was 'Mono' but after a little research i have discovered that of the half dozen mono copies i googled, not one of them have the cat # - (LKM 4679).

But an interesting thing that i have found is that my NZ copy, and another NZ copy on popsike both have the same cat number, which leads me to believe maybe it could just be NZ pressings with this?.

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A Kiwi pressing as well?!?!?!
STAGGERING>

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Yes NZ pressings did add the 'LKM' Which basically means it is mono. When stereo Decca pressings came out NZ pressings were 'SKLM'......I guess adding the 'M' makes it easier to distinguish between English and NZ pressings
 
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God, someday I'll have some Oz/NZ stuff--first on the list will be that Oz With the Beatles LP, then take it from there, drool, smack, etc...that stuff is so scorching hot>

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Very talented band. The U.k pressing is rare and goes for a good dollar, the U.S pressing is some cheaper and still a respectable pressing. I have one and love it.
 
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