Pictures 11 and 12 are of the solid centred version of the standard single. This was produced in the 81 or 82 I believe, as no solid centre was ever made of the original.
For whatever reason all copies seem to have two small nicks in the outer rim of the labels. Seen here at and on side 1, and at and on side 2 but always the same distance apart on all copies. The print won't correspond to the nicks, i.
Please be aware if buying a copy of this single on Ebay or similar, there is an almost identical repro being sold lately. This repro was manufactured in as part of a box set and is identical in most ways. The only obvious difference that is plainly visible is the wrong font used and the lack of the push-out centre. What looks like the push-out is actually solid plastic coloured white to appear like slots.
Run-out etchings: Side 1 DR The hand written name and title was done by Mike Leander, the music director. Side 1 - Song for a Soldier Side 2 - Reality Please be aware when buying online what looks like an acetate you could end up paying a lot of money for a tuppence ha'penny repro single. This single was made in using photocopies of the original acetate labels.
There is no runout etchings or any indication which is the "A" side or "B" side. John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin fame was the session bassist on this recording. Listen to The Third Degree. Listen to San Francisco Poet. This 5th picture is of the original picture taken out of the Record Collector magazine showing the test-pressing of the promo a black and white photocopy that I've tinted blue. The 6th picture is another non-Bolan test-pressing with text PhotoShopped onto it.
These 7th and 8th pictures are actual pictures of the almost ready to issue promo. These 9th and 10th pictures are of the actual promo.
The only difference that is not plainly visible is the lack of the push-out centre. Also on the original version, each side had either "Gauntlet Music" or "Pall Mall Music", I believe the repro has alternative text in place.
Listen to Misfit. Side 1 7XCE - 1. Side 2 7XCE - 1. There may be more information in the runouts but only the above has been confirmed. Listen to Hippy Gumbo. Remember Thomas A'Beckett Jasper C.
Debussy Lunacy's Back Beyond The Risin' Sun Black And White Incident Observations Eastern Spell You Got The Power Sara Crazy Child Rings Of Fortune Rings of Fortune. Hot Rod Momma. The Beginning of Doves. Mustang Ford. Pictures of Purple People. One Inch Rock. Jasmine ' Misty Mist. Cat Black. Sally Was an Angel. Debussy Marc Bolan.
Marc Bolan feat: T. Lunacy's Back Marc Bolan. Black and White Incident Marc Bolan. In , a clutch of incomplete demos and outtakes were unearthed from Marc Bolan's mid-'60s vault and sent into the world as the hastily withdrawn Hard on Love album. Two years later, Track Record released the proceedings as Beginning of Doves. The tracks comprise both sides of the "Hippy Gumbo" single, the projected follow-up "Jasper C.
Debussy," and a series of largely unaccompanied demos recorded by Bolan and producer Simon Napier-Bell during one breathless session at London's Kingsway Studios in October One then leaps ahead to the following fall, for songs taped over two separate demo sessions by Bolan and his T.
Rex partner Steve Peregrine-Took. Marc Bolan. Alice Cooper. Elton John. New York Dolls. Mott The Hoople. Frankie Valli. The Cars. Bruce Springsteen. The Four Seasons. Product Information A Limited edition page hardback A4 printing of rare manuscripts, poems and story lines as written by a young Marc Bolan from , also includes rare photos from this period.
Only printed worldwide. The first is an eight-scene story, handwritten on 27 pages of an exercise book and signed Marc Bolan. This exercise book is believed to have been sold through Christies Auctioneers during the early 's, after having been split into separate lots.
You can also see that this labels original title was "Virginia Water" and not written by Marc. June-July Single-sided acetate. Black And White Incident Also on the original version, each side had either "Gauntlet Music" or "Pall Mall Music", I believe the repro has alternative text in place. Listen to Horrible Breath. Contact seller. Listen to Jasmine ' The Slider 2.
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