Stu Allen / The Bloopers - Jordon Blooper / Bloopers Morse Code
|1||–Stu Allen||Jordon Blooper |
Written By – Astronaut
|2||–The Bloopers||Bloopers Morse Code|
Written-By – Gallo , Mitchell M. Rene
|803||Stu Allen / The Bloopers||Stu Allen / The Bloopers - Jordon Blooper / Morse Code (7")||Rowax||803||US||1963|
Label variation: Artist/Title typeface is spaced out a little wider.
45 RPM is printed without periods. Glodus Music is not abbreviated.
Regarding the 'MP-G/V' inscription found in runout. The last bit is written more like a fraction, or G over V.
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): (G-107-A)
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): (G-107-B)
- Matrix / Runout (Scribed in runout A): G-107A. [Stamped: Audio Matrix Bell Sound]
- Matrix / Runout (Scribed in runout B): G-107-B. MP- G/V [Stamped: Audio Matrix]
- Published By – Les Cay Music
- Record Company – Glodus Music Corp
- Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Audio Matrix, Inc.
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