1st press, mono version. Comes in a non-laminated silver flip-back sleeve.[thomasha]
(Unofficial Release Mono) 'Tracks 1-13 released as Somethin' Else By The Kinks - Pye NPL 18193 (mono) on 15 Sept. 1967 (first time released in mono cd)
Tracks 13 and 14 ('Waterloo sunset' and 'Act nice and gentle') first released as A and B-side to Pye single 7N 17321 (mono) on 5 May 1967.
Tracks 2 and 8 ('Death of a clown' and 'Love me till the sun shines') first released as A and B-side to Pye single 7N 17356 (mono) on 7 July 1967.
Track 15 (Autumn Almanac) released as A-side to Pye single 7N 17400 (mono) on 13 Oct. 1967.
Tracks 16 and 11 ('Susannah's still alive' and 'Funny face') released as A and B-side to Pye single 7N 17429 (mono) on 24 Nov. 1967.
Tracks 17 and 18 ('Wonderboy' and 'Polly') released as A and B-side to Pye single 7N 17468 (mono) on 5 April 1968.
Tracks 19 and 20 ('Lincoln County' and 'There's no life without love') released as A and B-side to Pye single 7N 17514 (mono) on 30 Aug. 1968.
Track 21 'Lazy Old Sun' is a 'previously unreleased stereo alternate take' according to the booklet, while it in fact is a mono mix.
(P) 1998 The copyright in this compilation is owned by Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
(C) 2004 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
CD released with a 12-page booklet in a standard jewel case with clear tray
Original 1st UK stereo pressing on plum Pye label. Released in unlaminated flip-back sleeve. This Stereo issue uses the mono cover: a sticker with the NSPL prefix is glued over the NPL prefix on the back cover. [emil]
'℗ 1967 PRT Records Ltd.
℗ 1989 Castle Communications PLC.
© 1989 Castle Communications PLC.
All tracks published by Davray/Carlin except 8 by Carlin Music Corp.
Made in France