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Anyone seen this boot before?

 

Is it common and I have just not spotted it?

 

The label says it was "manufactured and produced" in Italy.

 

eBay this morning:

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/YVONNE-VERNEE-JUST-LIKE-YOU-DID-EXC-NORTHERN-SOUL-/121104204305?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&nma=true&si=AJwsXbMBNGtEdpwwZ3Mi66cMYWk%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

 

Cheers

 

Richard

 

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Definately a repro!!

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Italy is shaped like a boot. I failed Geography "O" level. Not keen on pasta

 

Nothing constructive to add really. More a stream of consciousness......

 

ROD

Wat bedoel je?

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Russell, I had an educated guess and came up with "WTF !" having German and French "O" levels

 

Far from a polyglot I can find my way to the train station in Germany and buy a ticket for the bus in France. If I had to buy the ticket in Germany and find the French station I'd be f**ked.

 

I also know Bob quite well. A tortured mind.

 

In Holland a 45 is "clogged" I guess.

 

ROD

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Russell, I had an educated guess and came up with "WTF !" having German and French "O" levels

 

Far from a polyglot I can find my way to the train station in Germany and buy a ticket for the bus in France. If I had to buy the ticket in Germany and find the French station I'd be f**ked.

 

I also know Bob quite well. A tortured mind.

 

In Holland a 45 is "clogged" I guess.

 

ROD

 

You mean when its grooves are filled with smashed herring bits?  :lol:

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Weet je dat, of was het Google vertalen? / Did you know that, or was it Google talking?

Ha! Ha! Ha! Je moet een grapje maken! Rod heeft genoeg problemen met de Konings Engels!

 

My comment was to address Rod's comment:

 

"Italy is shaped like a boot. I failed Geography "O" level. Not keen on pasta.  Nothing constructive to add really. More a stream of consciousness......"

 

- which ( as was his purpose-whatever that be) had not even a remote connection to this thread.

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Wish I had this record so that I din't have to ask a question about it  :(

 

The other side of this is "I'm In Love" and if I recall correctly it's the same song as "So Much In Love" which came out on Correc-tone 3178 - right? 

 

But are the two versions identical or are there any differences in the recordings?  :g:

 

Thanks for any information.

 

Cheers

 

Richard

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Hi Richard

yes seen this a couple of years back it doesn't actually play Yvonne vernee I know as a friend of mine brought it it plays Hamilton movement one side and connie Laverne the other the poor guy was choked teach him to buy boots

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Wish I had this record so that I din't have to ask a question about it  :(

 

The other side of this is "I'm In Love" and if I recall correctly it's the same song as "So Much In Love" which came out on Correc-tone 3178 - right? 

 

But are the two versions identical or are there any differences in the recordings?  :g:

 

Thanks for any information.

 

Cheers

 

Richard

As far as I can tell, there is absolutely NO difference between the two recordings.  They just changed the title (for some unknown reason).  Perhaps, they didn't want to lose any sales from the Correc-Tone issue (that they were still hoping would sell some)?

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