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Love Bound, Audio Arts Strings

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Is this a boot or a later pressing?

If anyone remembers the story on it at the time, I'd love to know.

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Ady

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Is this a boot or a later pressing?

If anyone remembers the story on it at the time, I'd love to know.

Thanks

Ady

Hi Ady

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Here's the Record in Question.

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Thanks Roger, whaddya reckon boot, pressing probably not original from the look of the vinyl. More 70s than 60s, I'd say.

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I bought it in the late 80s as a late 70s issue...

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Thanks Roger, whaddya reckon boot, pressing probably not original from the look of the vinyl. More 70s than 60s, I'd say.

Well, I have been studying the Matrix, Looks different style to other Audio Arts.

Similar style on Remarkables side, which was released earlier in the Label Audio Arts! 60000

so I'm guessing different master, but would be Interesting to compare to an Original press of Audio Arts! 60000.

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Does have a Multi Run-In track tight packed within about 1/8 inch, Unusual.

The Label definitely looks the business though.

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Yeah the label looks too good for a bootlegger. Perhaps it was a custom press by Madelon for Soussain before things went sour, or for a UK importer like Selectadisc.

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Yeah the label looks too good for a bootlegger. Perhaps it was a custom press by Madelon for Soussain before things went sour, or for a UK importer like Selectadisc.

I'm assuming so, as checking the other Instrumental from that time on the "B Side"

Audio Arts Strings, the "I CAN'T GET OVER LOSING YOUR LOVE" looks to be from Original Plates Delta#60011

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Selectadisc custom press

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Selectadisc custom press

Is that definitive and should I assume you know because of your handle? If so with Madelon direct or through Soussain?

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Is that definitive and should I assume you know because of your handle? If so with Madelon direct or through Soussain?

Thanks

Ady

Having been confused by the numbering system, i vaguely recall a recent article some where about the the Audio Arts label and The Incredibles. Giving the whole story. Yeah, it's comng back. The story was in Soul Up North mag.

If i can locate i will.

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Is that definitive and should I assume you know because of your handle? If so with Madelon direct or through Soussain?

Thanks

Ady

I think this was a legit Audio Arts re-press with Soussan's early involvement I believe. Another one of those Selectadisc imports which jumped the gun somewhat since "Love Bound" hadn't taken off to any degree at the time (like Eddie Parker & The Sunlovers (sic) and Lou Courtney "Me & You Doing The Boogaloo"). As far as I can remember "Love Bound" was featured in some of the early Wigan B&S ads but never got established to my knowledge......

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Ady Pierce saw my issue once and said that's nice, so not sure what he knows.

The demo has a very nice flip.

I could check the dead wax details against my mate demo.

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Ady Pierce saw my issue once and said that's nice, so not sure what he knows.

The demo has a very nice flip.

I could check the dead wax details against my mate demo.

Was there a demo of Love Bound?

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Yeah the label looks too good for a bootlegger. Perhaps it was a custom press by Madelon for Soussain before things went sour, or for a UK importer like Selectadisc.

Am I correct in thinking that bootleggers couldn't handle more than two colours at that time? I'm sure I read that somewhere (pauses for someone to shoot me down...whistling.gif )

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Was there a demo of Love Bound?

Not as far as I'm aware, However I have found different "B Sides" on 60017 >>> <<<

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AUDIO ARTS! 60017 DELTA # 73868 & DELTA # 73869

>>> ANORAKS CORNER <<<

Places It At October / November 1968

I Can Only Assume That It Was The Intended B Side.

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I think that the DEMO mentioned is The Remarkables Side Audio Arts! 60000

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The Remarkables: I Can't Give Up (On Loving You) b/w You Wouldn't Have AnythingLabel: Audio Arts 60000

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Am I correct in thinking that bootleggers couldn't handle more than two colours at that time? I'm sure I read that somewhere (pauses for someone to shoot me down...whistling.gif )

Well as bootleggers were more interested in profit than creating an artefact, I'm sure they didn't want to pay an extra hundred bucks for another colour.

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Well as bootleggers were more interested in profit than creating an artefact, I'm sure they didn't want to pay an extra hundred bucks for another colour.

Cheers

Ady

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How about Anita May and the Interstate Five.Loads around the Pitsburgh area in the 80,s.All looked new presses but legal? as they went to the trouble of producing proper Audio Arts labels.Now its on Audio Forty as a kosher 60,s release demo.Never seen an issue though!Oh and i think she is the same singer as Cathy Carlson and Bootleggers on Discovery.

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Ady Pierce saw my issue once and said that's nice, so not sure what he knows.

The demo has a very nice flip.

I could check the dead wax details against my mate demo.

Here's The Remarkables Deadwax for comparison.

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Wigan Casino advert in B & S from June 1974 featuring Lovebound in the playlist .

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ADY maybe worth contracting Rob Smith he used to work for selecta disc. He may be able to help 

 

Regards Steve p 

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On 02/02/2020 at 19:52, Eddie Hubbard said:

Wigan Casino advert in B & S from June 1974 featuring Lovebound in the playlist .

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It was quite a popular track, (being an instrumental) at that time, 73,74!

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