Well as far as we know so far the only Short Tell me issues have Matrix numbers 1A/1A, 2A/1A and 2A/2A. Would be nice to know the Matrix numbers off the Non Grooved one that Jan just has informed us about.
Dartfort wrote: I still miss the DEBUT LP with ungrooved label.
What's the DEBUT LP? I think the one with SHORT TELL Me. I've a ungrooved and open Decca LP; ............... Regular Tell Me ................Non flip cover ................2A - 4A On sleeve: .......... CAN I GET A WITHNESS On label : .......... I CAN GET A WITHNESS Yes,, that's à debut LP from The Stones, But, when came out the UNGROOVED OPEN DECCA? Yes, I've seen that this is about '68, Is this DEBUT? Kapel,
Yes Dartfort you are right, but I was more focust on the kind of pressings and years they came out. And I do know that you and your brother are greater LP collectors as me, and I do appreciate that. Sorry for my mistake. How many variations ungrooved with open Decca's label? I've seen one (mine) and now that newone. Kapel,
Post by janrichards on Nov 26, 2013 10:45:31 GMT 1
The new label on the previous page is on a nongrooved pressing, made in 1968 or 1969. That means that the LP do not have the Short Tell Me
There are a number of different labels used on the late 60's nongrooved pressing. If you have a look on my Decca page, you will find four documented labels and then this new is the fifth one. So in between the fall of 1968 and end of 1969, there were at least five different labels used. At least two of these five are also found on grooved labels, meaning that the very same label has been used in at least two pressing sessions at the plant, one before the fall of 1968 and another in the end of 1968 or in 1969
It is a well known fact that Decca did reuse old labels on many occasions. I have a No2 pressed in 1965 and another copy pressed in 1969 with exactly the same label