Time Is on My Side. Jerry Ragovoy. What a Shame. Grown Up Wrong. Down the Road a Piece. Don Raye. Under the Boardwalk. I Can't Be Satisfied. Muddy Waters. Pain in My Heart. Naomi Neville. Off the Hook. Susie Q. The Rolling Stones.
Spotify Amazon. The association of blind people in Great Britain got very much upset by this text and they demanded that the text should be removed from the cover. Even politicians got involved in discussions and eventually Decca was forced to change the text.
This is a bit sad and misleading information. To find a copy that has the short censored version printed directly on the back sleeve together with a non-boxed LP is a bit hard to find. I have ten No2 non boxed records in my collection and only one of them has the short text originally printed on the sleeve.
Decca had lots of ready made covers in stock when the decision to change the blind man text was taken. Instead of destroying all covers, they decided to print a single paper sheet with the new censored text version and glue it on top of the original back cover.
The original back cover is slightly visible under the paste over paper sheet. The paste over version is only found on non-flip covers. However, not all paste over covers were used in Decca probably stopped the delivery of the paste over covers as soon as they got new censored ones from the printer. In or they reused the remaining paste over covers that they had in stock. This can be proved as I have recently found a vinyl that is a non-grooved pressing but still inside a paste over cover.
Paste over sleeves were probably made only during so this sleeve is probably from or Sleeves made in and has also the dark blue color in the Decca box. This may have been an export to France and sold there with this sticker.
No2 do not have as many variations as the first LK, but still, a few minor differences can be found. The same two top text versions as on LK are also found on LK The short one would have mostly been used in and the longer version throughout the pressing period.
All four combinations possible of long and short versions can be found on the same LP. Lots of label versions are existing on the second Rolling Stones LP. The labels were not systematically used all the time, so combinations of different designs are rather common on this LP. The labels on side 1 are listed first, followed by side 2 and then all label combinations for both sides. This is probably the earliest label used on No2 as it has the short top text.
All labels made during the end of and later has the long top text.. This label can be found on non grooved pressings as well. This version has all the basic information in the same place as version 1. The difference is that the production and recording information has been added on the lower part of the label. This version was probably made in as the short top text is still used. A third short top text version also used during Major difference to the previous labels is that the font is changed to a Times New Roman looking one.
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