Joni Mitchell ‎– Court And Spark

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Asylum Records ‎– AS 53 002
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A1 Court And Spark
Bells [Chimes] – Milt Holland
2:46
A2 Help Me 3:22
A3 Free Man In Paris
Backing Vocals – David Crosby, Graham Nash, Joni MitchellBass – Wilton FelderGuitar – Jose Feliciano*
3:02
A4 People's Parties
Bass – Wilton Felder
2:14
A5 The Same Situation
Arranged By [Strings] – Tom Scott
2:56
B1 Car On A Hill
Arranged By – Joni MitchellGuitar – Wayne Perkins
2:59
B2 Down To You
Arranged By – Tom ScottBacking Vocals – David Crosby, Susan WebbClavinet, Arranged By – Joni Mitchell
5:38
B3 Just Like This Train 4:23
B4 Raised On Robbery
Guitar – Robbie Robertson
3:06
B5 Trouble Child
Bass – Jim HughartGuitar – Dennis BudimirTrumpet – Chuck Findley
3:59
B6 Twisted
Backing Vocals – Cheech & ChongTrumpet – Chuck FindleyWritten-By – Ross*, Grey*
2:24

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7E-1001 Joni Mitchell Court And Spark(LP, Album) Asylum Records 7E-1001 US 1974 Sell This Version
TP-1001 Joni Mitchell Court And Spark(8-Trk, Album) Asylum Records TP-1001 US 1973 Sell This Version
CD 1001 Joni Mitchell Court And Spark(HDCD, Album, RE, RM) Asylum Records CD 1001 Canada 2003 Sell This Version
1001-2 Joni Mitchell Court And Spark(HDCD, Album, RE, RP) Asylum Records 1001-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
7E-1001 Joni Mitchell Court And Spark(LP, Album, Club, Gat) Asylum Records 7E-1001 US 1974 Sell This Version

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February 12, 2011
I have a similar version - also Germany and Cat No AS 53002 but with additional elements in cat no
AS 53002 (7E-1001) - like this both on spine and top left back of sleeve, where it also says France: WE 341. The label is AS 53 002 with the space as per this entry.
Further the cover image differs from the image attached to this entry - with the lettering and hand drawn lines around the image being in solid brown.
Do you think this merits a fresh entry in the database?
thanks
David