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In Australia the first Immediate album came out on Stateside. Here's the mono
 
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Here's the first Australian pressing of Ogdens' distributed by EMI and a later pressing distributed by Festival
 
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Mylene: Thanks for the pix. Great to see some additional variations. Love that Stateside label.

Annaloog: Thanks for the link. Very informative.

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Thanks for the "article" on the Faces' Immediate years. "Here Come The Nice" and "Itchykoo Park" -the latter the only Faces track I recall ever hearing on WARM or WILK in Wyoming Vallety in the '60s- remain gems from the time.

Probably the most satisfying part of the price guides that I did was that I was able to write brief captions beneath the photos of records, many of them chosen because they were faves of mine. Receiving a letter or hearing at a con that my opinion had made someone go back and dig up a copy of THE ARK or TRIANGLE and dicover how fine a record it was -had always been- made me feel great!

So, Phhilly, write some more on your faveraves of the '60s.

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Thanks for the "article" on the Faces' Immediate years. "Here Come The Nice" and "Itchykoo Park" -the latter the only Faces track I recall ever hearing on WARM or WILK in Wyoming Vallety in the '60s- remain gems from the time.

Probably the most satisfying part of the price guides that I did was that I was able to write brief captions beneath the photos of records, many of them chosen because they were faves of mine. Receiving a letter or hearing at a con that my opinion had made someone go back and dig up a copy of THE ARK or TRIANGLE and dicover how fine a record it was -had always been- made me feel great!

So, Phhilly, write some more on your faveraves of the '60s.

NEAL


Thanks, Neal. It's a real shame that these guys were saddled with the dreaded one-hit wonder label in the States. They really deserved better than that. As a kid, I was well acquainted with both Humble Pie and the later version of Faces thanks to my brother's record collection. My first experience with the original Small Faces came by picking up a well worn copy of "There Are But Four Small Faces" at a local yard sale many years ago. I was hooked after that and remain so to this day.

I'll also tell you that it was due to the mini-review in one of your guides that I discovered the Triangle lp. Not to veer too far off topic, but what a great suggestion. That's an album I never get tired of listening to. Another criminally underrated album. Now about that Jelly Bean Bandits lp.....really????

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FROMPHILLY

ITCHYKOO PARK was a stunning single to hear on the radio back then. While I was still a teen and years away from psychedelics, I sorta knew what they were singing about: "It's all too beautiful. . ."

Hokay. . . just what did I say about the legendary JBB's album?

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PS: If Ibanez plays the rest of the season at half the level he has achieved thus far, I will stand corrected in my belief that the Phils were better off with Burrell. . .
 
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I recently passed on the opportunity to get both the first two albums on CD put out by a Japanese label. I think they were $15 bucks a piece on ebay and they didn't sell to anyone. I was thinking about getting them 'cause the LP's are pricey and I could AT LEAST hear the music. OH WELL.

I have a question about the inner sleeve of Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake. WHAT IS THE ORIGINAL INNER SLEEVE FOR THIS RECORD IN ALL PRESSINGS?

I posted a request in the Suggestions Forum about having a forum devoted to inner sleeves and inserts. It got some good feedback and then what I thought was some goofy confusion comments. I still think we need a specific place for that topic. I LOVE INNER SLEEVES AND INSERTS! Posters, rolling papers, and stickers are just a few things we get inside cool albums.

SO TELL ME ABOUT THE INNER SLEEVE ON OGDENS', PLEASE! Is there nothing round protecting the vinyl other than the cover?

THANKS!

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have you seen that ancient UK b&w club clip of "Itchykoo Park"? kinda fun...
 
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SO TELL ME ABOUT THE INNER SLEEVE ON OGDENS', PLEASE! Is there nothing round protecting the vinyl other than the cover?

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My US copy had a clear plastic U-shaped innersleeve which a lot of companies used in the 60's. I'm not sure about the UK pressing. My UK copy had a standard white sleeve but I'm not sure if that was the original. There were no lyric inserts, etc that I'm aware of.

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So on to the record labels if you can help me here. I have the Ogdens' record with white Nems label as you know. It is a USA issue with round cover. In my copy of the book The Record Label Guide for Domestic LP's (USA) by Joe Lindsay he shows only one label with the description that it is pink. I know that there are some omissions in the book whether accidental or whatever. And you show UK labels as lilac and pink. Were there any white labels in UK? Were there any lilac labels in USA?

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