24-Carat Black* ‎– Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday

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Numero Group ‎– 025
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A1 The Best Of Good Love Gone
Written-By – Warren*
5:35
A2 I Want To Make Up
Written-By – Warren*
6:37
A3 I Don't Love You
Lyrics By – Warren*, Dunson*Music By – Warren*
2:13
A4 I'll Never Let You Go
Written-By – Warren*, Ossman*
5:04
B1 Gone The Promises Of Yesterday
Written-By – Warren*, Arnold*
5:41
B2 I Begin To Weep
Written-By – Warren*
11:47

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Issued in a gatefold sleeve with a printed inner sleeve with pictures and liner notes.

Liner notes were written in May 2009 and below is some useful information printed:
This release was made possible after the people at Numero Group found some original tapes decaying in Bruce Thompson's basement below the South side of Chicago, while hunting for a 45 produced by Thompson. Out of the 20 tracks found, only those 6 hadn't flaked off their reels. Some of them all were written by Warren as far back as 1965. A3 was issued in 1968 and produced under the name Bobbie Dee, which was one of Robert Dunson's pseudonym.

Timing per track is not showing on release, retrieved using a stopwatch.

Recorded from late 1974 to 1975 at Universal Studios, Chicago.

Mastered at Peerless Mastering.

All selections copyright control, except A3 published by Bridgeport Music / Tincal Music (BMI), A4 published by Stone Agate Music (BMI) & A5 published by Irving Music (BMI).

Thanks to Bob Abrahamian, Rob Bowman, Dante Carfagna, Bill Dahl, Ray Foreman and Craig & Stasa Warren.

Under exclusive license to The Numero Group © 2009.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, on sticker): 8 25764 10251 3
  • Barcode (String, from sticker): 825764102513
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand etchings): NUM-025-A [symbol still to decipher] Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand etchings): NUM-025-B [Pentagram symbol] [symbol still to decipher] Ⓤ

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philbarbee

philbarbee

November 19, 2014
I just have the CD and its awesome. How is the sound on Vinyl?