"When I come down to your side of town"
- Above: Another Kind of Blues Canadian LP release, 1979, front and back covers.
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Cat. No: AFL1-3527
Label: RCA Victor
Recorded: May, June 1979
C.I.D (Harper & Anderson) 2.10
I Couldn't Be You (Presley, arranged by Harper) 2.06
I live in a car (Harper, Garratt, Slack & Lions (sic)) 1.36
Tomorrows girls (Harper) 2.24
Killer (Harper, Garratt & Slack) 1.28
World War (Garratt & Harper) 1.06
Rockers (Garratt & Harper) 3.15
I.O.D (Garratt & Harper) 1.22
Run-out groove: TX AFL1 - 3527 - A
T.V. Blues (Garratt, Slack & Harper) 2.08
Blues (Garratt & Harper) 1.50
Lady Esquire (Garratt & Harper) 1.50
All I Wanna Know (Garratt, Harper & Slack) 1.48
Crash Course (Garratt, McCoy & Harper) 1.40
Young Criminals (Garratt & Harper) 2.18
B.1.C (Garratt & Harper) 1.35
Disease (Garrat & Harper) 1.25
Stranglehold (Harper) 2.26
Run-out groove: TX AFL1 - 3527 - B
Vocals & Harmonica: Charlie Harper
Guitar: Nicky Garratt
Bass: Paul Slack
Drums: Pete Davies
Canadian release distinguishable by it's RCA logo on the bottom left hand corner of the front cover (European releases still have GEM printed there) and it's darker blue sleeve. Like the second UK release it features a white bed on the reverse and like the Australian copies has beige as opposed to orange labels with a clear plastic inner.
US releases of Tomorrows Girls refer to the forthcoming album with the same catalogue number, whilst Another Kind of Blues was not actually released in the US it may refer to the Canadian release on the basis that it would have been easier to import them from there rather than have a seperate US version.
(A lot of New Red Archives releases are actually manufactured in Canada.)
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