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Caravan, 1970 - If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You [LP]

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Style:   Canterbury Scene
Country: United Kingdom
Format:  WAV
Size: 479 Mb
Artwork included

Original UK LP Decca ‎– SKL.5052

Tracks Listing:
A1 If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
A2a And I Wish I Were Stoned
A2b Don't Worry
A3 As I Feel I Die
A4a With An Ear To The Ground You Can Make It
A4b Martinian
A4c Only Cox
A4d Reprise
B1 Hello Hello
B2 Asforteri 25
B3a Can't Be Long Now
B3b Françoise
B3c For Richard
B3d Warlock
B4 Limits

Companies, etc.
Published By – Aristocrat Music
Copyright (c) – The Decca Record Company Limited
Printed By – Robert Stace
Mastered At – Decca Studios
Record Company – The Decca Record Company Limited
Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.

Bass Guitar, Tambourine, Percussion [Hedge-clippers] – Richard Sinclair
Drums, Congas, Bongos, Maracas, Finger Cymbals – Richard Coughlan
Electric Guitar [6-string, 12-string], Acoustic Guitar [6-string], Claves, Percussion [Worn Leather Strap, Assorted Ashtrays], Voice [Impersonation Of A Friendly Gorilla] – Pye Hastings
Engineer – Robin Sylvester
Engineer [Remix Engineer] – David Grinstead*, John Punter
Flute, Saxophone – Jimmy Hastings
Lacquer Cut By – W
Management – Terry King
Management [Road Manager] – Maurice Haylett
Organ, Piano, Harpsichord – David Sinclair
Photography By [Front Cover] – Richard Zeff*
Photography By, Graphics – David Jupe
Producer – Caravan, Terry King
Written-By – Sinclair*, Hastings*, Coughlan*, Sinclair*

First pressing with the SKL 5052 catalog number (later have SKL-R), dark blue boxed Decca labels and '℗ 1970' at the bottom of the labels.
This record was never published with "unboxed" Decca labels. Variations from the other UK Decca releases currently in the database:
• 7763537 is this same first pressing with the SKL 5052 catalog number, but with a misprinted sleeve ("If I Had To Do It..." on the back cover) and spine;
• 4519951 has the SKL-R 5052 catalog number, dark blue labels with '℗ 1970' at the bottom of the labels and at least different arragement of "Aristocrat Music";
• 5492127 has the SKL-R 5052 catalog number, '℗ 1970' under the group's name at the bottom of the labels and again different alignment of 'Aristocrat Music';
• 6849593 is a "transitional" 1972 release with '℗ 1970' centered at the bottom of the label on Side 1 but on the right side (just above the label matrix) on Side 2, with 'Aristocrat Music' credit still positioned on the left side but aligned to right;
• 502118 is a post-1972 release with the SKL-R 5052 catalogue number, '℗ 1970' on the right side on Side A label and different alignment of 'Aristocrat Music';
• 3837291 and 4096660 are reissues with SKL-R 5052 catalogue numbers and at least totally different label designs.
Please see the images, which are clearer than any description.
Decca had the publishing year at the bottom of the boxed labels between 1969 and 1972, and moved it next to the catalogue number on the right side of the label around June 1972.
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