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HOW MUCH? Luther Ingram - If It's All The Same To You

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I released this on HIB replica seven-inch by arrangement with Robert Bateman this year.

Stock copies are black vinyl and dinked @ £10

There's also a limited edition run of 150 multi coloured vinyl and solid centre @ £20

Remastered and sound amazing!

If anyone wants a copy please PM me.

All The Best,

Neil

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sold the orange ATCO rel for a mere 50 ukp about 7-8 years ago, the green one crops up quite regulary on ebay...maybe250 if you catch a lucky moment. white HIB seems to be the most exclusive rel. probably 350 - 400 ukp indeed.

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I had one of those early orange Atco jobs ('Wylia' rather than Wylie spelling as writing credit I think from memory) - they do actually look nice, feel just right, proper solid vinyl if you know what I mean, and legit so poor man's respectable version! - but as anyone knows who have contributed to the previous lengthy threads on the versions / boots of this etc, this a total minefield to sort out generally.

Think I sold mine for around 40 a year or so ago.

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Think it was early 70's (72-73ish?), to meet UK interest, but to avoid this thread regurgitating what has gone before, best post up a link to the previous ones - will do later if nobody else can meantime, but at work now

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Time to wheel out my old multi-coloured copy :D

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I had one of those early orange Atco jobs ('Wylia' rather than Wylie spelling as writing credit I think from memory) - they do actually look nice, feel just right, proper solid vinyl if you know what I mean, and legit so poor man's respectable version! - but as anyone knows who have contributed to the previous lengthy threads on the versions / boots of this etc, this a total minefield to sort out generally.

Think I sold mine for around 40 a year or so ago.

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The Atco connection came when Robert Batemam found he had a mini hit with "If It's All The Same To You Babe" in St. Louis where Luther Ingram had a big folowing. Robert got concerned about monies he would have to lay out when the local distributor asked for more copies, and the distributor said he would "have a talk with someone". That someone was Jerry Wexler at Atlantic, and he did a deal with Robert to distribute the record nationally in the USA via Atco.

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