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Hook Line & Sinker On Mica; Roy Wright

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My Mica copy has James Robins - I cant please you on one side and Roy Wright - Hook line and sinker on the other side. No indicator which is was intended as the A side or B side. 

I don't know if that helps.

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Did it come out or just on Vick?

 

Very rare on Vick - think this is the thread Steve is talking about above

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Blimey! So it did come out on Vick then. Not surprising I suppose. That must look tasty alongside YCMWLA. Still only Carl F with a copy? Or can anyone else on here boast one?

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There's a version of this by Arnold 'Sugar' Hill which also has "I Can't Please You" on the other side. It's on Hawk records and has Jerhart (BMI) on the label. 

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Blimey! So it did come out on Vick then. Not surprising I suppose. That must look tasty alongside YCMWLA. Still only Carl F with a copy? Or can anyone else on here boast one?

Have a copy of you changed my whole life around on Vick if thats the one you mean. So another copy lol

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Yes - YCMWLA = You Changed My Whole Life Around. I have that. It's the HL&S on Vick that it seems only Carl F has.

yep carl still as this seen it in the flesh....the record that is  lol

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There's a version of this by Arnold 'Sugar' Hill which also has "I Can't Please You" on the other side. It's on Hawk records and has Jerhart (BMI) on the label. 

Hawk Records was also co-owned by Bob Lee.  Jerhart Music was his personal music publisher (not shared with co-owners).  So, when Bob Lee started doing A&R work for other label owners, such as Benson, he had their labels re-relelease his biggest hit-Jimmy Robins' "I Can't Please You", plus Roy Wright's "Hook line and Sinker", and a few others.  Lee owned Vick, together with Ruth Moore, Jerhart, together with a money backer.  Mica was owned by Al Benson, for whom Lee later worked (1966) -Thus the re-issues.

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