Mastered at Frankford/Wayne New York
Publisher: E. B. Marks BMI
℗ 1976 Salsoul Record Corp.
Same version on both sides.
According to the definitive book 'The Disco Files 1973-78' by the well-regarded journalist and dance-music historian Vince Aletti, this is in fact a promotional pressing. In his book (and many others) 'Ten Percent' by Double Exposure is described as the first commercial 12" release on Salsoul. 'Ten Percent' was released several months later, and furthermore, this release has catalogue number 12D-2006 where 'Ten Percent' has 12D-2008.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): P 12-D-2006-1 Al Brown
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): P 12-D-2006-2 Al Brown B2
- Matrix / Runout (Etched both sides, followed by an apple symbol): FW /
- Rights Society: BMI
Other Versions (5 of 13) View All
|17091 A||Carol Williams||More / More Of More (7", Single)||Salsoul Records||17091 A||Spain||1976||Sell This Version|
|EPC S 4190||Carol Williams||More (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||EPC S 4190||Germany||1976||Sell This Version|
|SZ-2006||Carol Williams||More (7", Single, Promo)||Salsoul Records||SZ-2006||US||1976||Sell This Version|
|EPC 4190||Carol Williams||More (7")||Epic||EPC 4190||Italy||1976||Sell This Version|
|EPC 4190||Carol Williams||More (7")||Epic||EPC 4190||Germany||1976||Sell This Version|