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Does anyone know what the new jersey Carnival records #503 is? In all the discographies (which obviously copy from each other), it's listed as this:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/WHITE-CHOCOLATE-A-PENNY-FOR-YOUR-THOUGHTS-45-RPM-/360610232248?pt=Music_on_Vinyl&hash=item53f60b77b8

 

which is a carnival 503 but which is obviously a totally unrelated label. Was the number skipped for some reason?

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I think we did a good discography in opne of the CD booklets without this so if there's a gap there it was never issued as none have been discovered as far as I know since then. I won't have the booklets to hand until Mon or Tues. Ady

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No, I stayed at Joe's house for a few days and researched everything the best I could in the 90s. I knew White Chocolate was nothing to do with him. I think I actually added a few later releases to the existing ones at the time.

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According to the Carnival article in There's That Beat! #1, which borrowed information from the liner notes of the Kent CDs, it states "No Info Available" for release 503.

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Our listing has the Barbara Brown down as 503 so they can't have borrowed it completely.

According to the Carnival article in There's That Beat! #1, which borrowed information from the liner notes of the Kent CDs, it states "No Info Available" for release 503.

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nice, i have the barbara brown (both the 503 and other #) and curly mays, thanks. still need that dolores johnson thing, only saw it a long time ago when john anderson sold it on ebay (it was just when he started on ebay and went cheap).

 

i also still need the rarer phil terrell but only because i don't think it's very good (the first one is killer) so I never bid high enough and don't want to pay a set sale price. I'll get it eventually. 

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It's not much rarer just mainly in the UK. If you ever get the time could you compare your 45 of Oh Why with the CD, assuming you have it, if not I could email an MP3?

 

nice, i have the barbara brown (both the 503 and other #) and curly mays, thanks. still need that dolores johnson thing, only saw it a long time ago when john anderson sold it on ebay (it was just when he started on ebay and went cheap).

 

i also still need the rarer phil terrell but only because i don't think it's very good (the first one is killer) so I never bid high enough and don't want to pay a set sale price. I'll get it eventually. 

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It's not much rarer just mainly in the UK. If you ever get the time could you compare your 45 of Oh Why with the CD, assuming you have it, if not I could email an MP3?

 

if I don't get you a recording in a couple of days email me to remind me

 

the carnival CDs were the first ace/kent CDs I ever bought (I bought the first one when it came out and bought the subsequent ones when they came out).

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That's handy, they were probably the first ones I did anything resembling a serious sleevenote for so you wouldn't have realised what a flake I was.

if I don't get you a recording in a couple of days email me to remind me

 

the carnival CDs were the first ace/kent CDs I ever bought (I bought the first one when it came out and bought the subsequent ones when they came out).

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