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Hi,

 

 

Anybody Got An Idea Which Could Be The Rarer One?

 

JM Listed The PG Label ... Only One Went In The Last Years

 

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Paul Gerrani - producer on label PG.Maybe he did this as a private release........

 

It is obviously a deliverate mistake. Real producer is Paul Ciranni as on Gloreco. Paul Gerranni is a fake. Everything on PG is wrong if you compare both labels.

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PG looks like a 70s pressing and it does turn up occasionally around Detroit, but I can't figure out why the pressing was done - a rock n roll revival collectible?

 

this wasn't played in England until the 80's right?

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It is obviously a deliverate mistake. Real producer is Paul Ciranni as on Gloreco. Paul Gerranni is a fake. Everything on PG is wrong if you compare both labels.

 

Ah.! 

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To answer the original question I think that the later pressing is rarer. There have been loads of the Gloreco sold over the past 3 years - I'm just surprised that it still commands a high price. Still a brilliant record though but I'm waiting till the  price falls.

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To answer the original question I think that the later pressing is rarer. 

That S what I think Aswell ... But Didn´t Know That The PG copy Is A Boot

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To answer the original question I think that the later pressing is rarer. There have been loads of the Gloreco sold over the past 3 years - I'm just surprised that it still commands a high price. Still a brilliant record though but I'm waiting till the  price falls.

The price has fallen considerably with one going for not much more than £200 yesterday. Brad Hales turned up a sizeable quantity a couple of years ago with the first auctioning for about $750. A PG copy sold for a goodly sum a few months ago suggesting this might be an alternative issue. Until the Gloreco hoard came to light, this was the scarcer version: now the PG is relatively scarcer but the doubts surrounding it are justified until someone can verify its origin. I would like to hear John's view of the PG release as there is a story behind it.

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I was around when the Gloreco record was released. I used to drive to Detroit 2 Saturdays a month, to look for records.  I saw the Gloreco record several times.  In all my years of flipping through millions of 45s from 1963 to 1972 (Gloreco was 1963), I NEVER saw the PG record.  The type font implies that the PG record was pressed in the late '70s.  So, I suspect that it is a boot, or a late '70s repressing by the owner of the master. The mis-spelling makes me lean towards it being a boot.

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I was around when the Gloreco record was released. I used to drive to Detroit 2 Saturdays a month, to look for records.  I saw the Gloreco record several times.  In all my years of flipping through millions of 45s from 1963 to 1972 (Gloreco was 1963), I NEVER saw the PG record.  The type font implies that the PG record was pressed in the late '80s.  So, I suspect that it is a boot, or a late '70s repressing by the owner of the master. The mis-spelling makes me lean towards it being a boot.

  :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:  Top! Thx Rob

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