July (3) ‎– July

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Major Minor ‎– MMLP 29
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  • Matrix / Runout: (Stamped) LP-029A-1B S.E.L.
  • Matrix / Runout: (Stamped) LP-029B-1B S.E.L.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
YS-2076-M July (3) Super Psychedelic !!(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia YS-2076-M Japan 1968 Sell This Version
0825646335329 July (3) July(LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, Dan) Parlophone, Major Minor 0825646335329 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
AFT 1004 July (3) July(CD, Album, RE) Aftermath (2) AFT 1004 UK 1989 Sell This Version
GUESS080 July (3) July(LP, Album, RE) Guerssen GUESS080 Spain 2011 Sell This Version
CR REV 243 July (3) July(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM) Rev-Ola CR REV 243 UK 2008 Sell This Version

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wapsbasm

wapsbasm

January 14, 2018
Does anyone know who gets the production credit on this album? I imagine Tom Newman actually produced it (or at least had a hand in doing it), taking into account his later career. But is there an actual production credit?
ultimathulerecords

ultimathulerecords

August 17, 2017
Anyone know if a Stereo version of this exists? The stereo Major Minor stereo version listed on RYM seems to be a myth. Do a search for it and you get no actual results. So, is the US issue on EPIC actually stereo as stated on the labels?
The reason I ask is because all the CD issues to date are mono.
Anyway, as I'm in contact with him on Facebook, I posed the question to Tom Newman, who answered "It was recorded on x2 4track studer machines - same format as sgt pepper, but it all fell apart so soon after that I never knew whether it appeared in stereo or not . . . I've never heard a stereo album, though I seem to remember it was mixed in stereo . . ."
So, nothing conclusive there. So, can any Discogger with an EPIC copy answer this?
music_emporium

music_emporium

July 28, 2017
July were a psychedelic rock band from Ealing, London that lasted barely a year, leaving behind one of the most sought-after LPs of the British psychedelic boom.
The band's music was a blend of psychedelic rock and psychedelic pop, marked by lush harmonies, acoustic guitars, keyboards, and intricate lead guitar work. Although none of the band's records managed to chart in the UK or the U.S., July are today best remembered for their songs "My Clown", "Dandelion Seeds", and "The Way", which are all included on the debut album July.