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Polydor Demos An Anorak Question

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An anorak question.

I've been burning some mp3's tonight and I was going through some Polydor demo's.

Does anyone know why Polydor had double sided demo's such as Steeplechase - Never Coming Back/Lady Bright in 1970. Then went to Single sided demo's such as Pep Brown - I'm The One Who Needs You in 1973 and back to double sided demo's such as Gaslight - Just Because Of You/It's Just Like Magic in 1975.

I know they were a big company (so possibly no one will know the answer), with multiple music styles, which to me is strange as big companies always like consistency.

Regards,

John

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YOU'VE ANSWERED YOUR OWN QUESTION THERE, JOHN. CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF THE MAJOR LABELS, ESPECIALLY IN THE 70'TS USED VARIOUS LABEL COUPLE-INGS TO PROMOTE THERE 45'S, IE DOUBLE/DUEL 45'S, SINGLE SIDED DEMO,S AND WHATEVER.

BRI.

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