Endle St. Cloud In The Rain* ‎– Thank You All Very Much

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International Artists ‎– IALP 12, International Artists ‎– IA-LP #12
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A1a Piano A Tempo
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
0:21
A1b Street Corner Preacher
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
4:42
A2a Piano Scherzo 0:40
A2b Who Would You Like To Be Today
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
2:36
A3a Piano Tranquille 0:30
A3b This Is Love
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
3:54
A4a Piano Allegretto 0:16
A4b Professor Black
Written-By – Banks*, Harrell*, Black*
2:44
A4c Piano Diminuendo 0:22
B1a Piano Agitato 0:33
B1b Laughter
Written-By – Black*
3:27
B2a Piano Adagio 0:39
B2b Jessica
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
2:52
B3a Piano Con Brio 0:12
B3b Come Through
Written-By – Black*
2:01
B4a Piano Andante 0:47
B4b Like A Badge
Written-By – Potter*, St. Cloud*
3:43
B4c Piano Teneramente 0:21

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First cat.nr. on the label list as IALP-12 as does the spine, second cat.nr. on the back cover list as. IA-LP #12
Released on a Blueish Green Tint International Artists label with silver lettering and the ''world'' logo at 12 o'clock with International Artist printed within the "world".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: Matrix / Runout: IAS 12A
  • Barcode: Matrix / Runout: IAS 12B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IALP-12, IA-LP #12 Endle St. Cloud Thank You All Very Much(LP, Album, Promo) International Artists, International Artists IALP-12, IA-LP #12 US 1969 Sell This Version
SNAX609CD Endle St. Cloud Thank You All Very Much(CD, Album, RE, Ltd) Charly Records SNAX609CD UK 2009 Sell This Version
SNAX609CD Endle St. Cloud Thank You All Very Much(CD, Album, RE) Charly Records SNAX609CD UK 2009 Sell This Version
1A-LP #12, IALP-12 Endle St. Cloud Thank You All Very Much(LP, Album, RE) International Artists, International Artists 1A-LP #12, IALP-12 US Unknown Sell This Version
LIK 34 Endle St. Cloud Thank You All Very Much(LP) Decal LIK 34 Europe 1988 Sell This Version

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tcjj00

May 9, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

The internet International Artists discography says the first pressing labels are green and yellow print for Mono and a green color with silver print for stereo. The label look more like a greenish blue to me". There will be 3 catalog numbers on the original first press, On the album cover is catalog no. IA-LP#12. On the back album cover, catalog no. IALP-12. On the spine of the sleeve catalog no. IALP 12. On the matrix runout it's labeled as IAS-12A and IAS-12B.
This release was International Artists last album it was release late 1969 early 1970.
Around the year 1978-79 International Artists re-activated itself and reissued there twelve LP catalog. "The word" (Masterfonics) is stamped on these reissues. The matrix /runout number for this reissue will be ACH7P V45327-1 08118 and ACH7P V45327-2 08118. The original Stereo first press will only have IAS-12A and IAS-12B inscribed "hand written" on the runout, nothing else what so ever will be on the runout.
The International Artists Box Set - Various Artists [1979] (12-LP box set) Limited Edition (1000) IA-BOX-1 was released in the same year of 1978-79 it Includes the 12 original International Artists albums (IALP-1 through IALP-12) with original artwork. The label color and how many were reissued is unknown to me both the vinyl and the sleeves for the box set are said to be thinner than the originals the covers and vinyl label appear to be exactly the same as the original pressing and they seem to have the equivalent sound of the original albums.
In 1988 European Decal Records reissued the album again in vinyl format with catalog no. LIK 34 and in 2009 Charly Records reissued the album in CD, Vinyl & Limited Edition pressings the Charly pressings will have the catalog no. SNAX609??. My information shows the letters CD at the end of this catalog no. but I think that is just for the cd's and the vinyl will have the letters LP behind the same catalog no. This is questionable.
tcjj00

tcjj00

May 15, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

Why ?