Blue Mink ‎– Melting Pot

Label:
Philips ‎– BF 1818, Philips ‎– 334 701 BF
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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A Melting Pot
Written-By – Cook/Greenaway*
B Blue Mink
Written-By – Parker*

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Credits

  • Producer [For Morgan Music Prod.]Blue Mink

Notes

Track A : Cookaway Music
Track B : Morgan Music Co. Ltd.
℗ 1969

Mono, despite no notification of this on the labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Stamped): 334701 1F // 1∇420 1 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Stamped): 334701 2F // 1∇420 1 1 1

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BF 334 701 Blue Mink Melting Pot(7", Single) Philips BF 334 701 Belgium Unknown Sell This Version
BF-462 Blue Mink Melting Pot(7", Mono) Philips BF-462 Australia 1969 Sell This Version
40658 Blue Mink Melting Pot / But Not Forever(7") Philips 40658 US 1969 Sell This Version
53 34 701 Blue Mink Melting Pot (Crisol)(7", Single, Mono) Philips 53 34 701 Spain Unknown Sell This Version
334 701 BF Blue Mink Melting Pot(7") Philips 334 701 BF France 1970 Sell This Version

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Groovemaster-DJ

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September 17, 2014
Classic UK "pop" gem, and must have, but NOT this pointless and silly MONO Philips pressing. This could have so easily come out in Stereo, the track was mixed in Stereo for the album. Some one should have slapped the legs of the production manager at Phonogram for this slackness. and lack of long term thought, this was their first release needed to make a massive audio statement and it never too full Hi-Fi advantage, actually this could have been a Phonogram nightmare and been an IEP painted blue had the idiots in France perfected the methodology. So it does have paper labels either LH Die-Cut or dinked 3pin Optional Centre...... Just a massive shame that empty box does not say STEREO.

Thank god for the GULL (via Decca and superbly cut and finished)) 1975 retro release ( note has a different B side, so this can not ever be classed as a re-release), as it's in it's enriching full blooded stereo mix, Miss Bell's shared vocals with Graham just come alive. "if it can only come true...you know,... you know...., what we need it a great big set of mixing-pots...big enough to mix the lot of what we've got,... keep on mixing for one hundred years or more......turning out genuine proper real mixes by the score "

As the Brand use to advertise it's bio line, Mono Philips/Phonogram.....Non Dolby B encoded musicassettesssssss and non chipped recordersssssssssssssssssss.....
".Philipssssssss.....ssssssssssssssssssimply yearsssssssssssssssss behind" Lyingly Philips "simply years ahead".