Harry J. All Stars ‎– Liquidator

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Harry J Records ‎– TBL 104, Harry J Records ‎– TBL104, Trojan Records ‎– TBL 104, Trojan Records ‎– TBL104
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A1 Jack The Ripper
A2 The Big Three
A3 My Cherie Amour
Written-By – Cosby*, Wonder*, Moy*
A4 Liquidator
A5 Don't Let Me Down
Written-By – Lennon / McCartney*
A6 Spyrone
B1 Reach For The Sky
B2 Interrogator
B3 Jay Moon Walk
B4 Elcong
B5 Je T'Aime
Written-By – Gainsbourg*
B6 The Dog

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B&C Music: A1, A2, A4, A6, B1-B4, B6
Jobete/Carlin: A3
Northern Songs: A5
Shapiro/Bernstein: B5

Writing/Composing credits: Sleeve - 'Harry J.' Label - 'Johnson'

B5: Sleeve erroneously credits Becaud/Vidalin - Good Music Ltd. Label is correct.

Regarding the title track 'Liquidator', it is evident that the playback sound is variable from source.
If your album plays 'excellent' with the exception of this track, it is more than probable it is not the
condition of the vinyl that is at fault. The best example is the 1973 issue of 'The Best Of Reggae',
the Trojan compilation double album plays perfectly, but also has (just this) track as variable in
sound quality. The evidence is that only the actual duration of playing time can be heard with any hiss, etc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): TBL-104A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): TBL-104B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - stamped): TBL+104+A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - stamped): TBL+104+B

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SirPeter

SirPeter

April 25, 2014
The title track on my album is, I am sure, at fault from source. The intermittent surface noise commences at the very beginning of the recording, and although it softens down halfway though, it ceases completely exactly on the fade-out of the final note.