Neil Diamond ‎– Shilo

Label:
Bang Records ‎– BANG 221, Bang Records ‎– BLP 221, Bang Records ‎– BLP-221
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 Shilo 3:23
A2 Kentucky Woman 2:34
A3 Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon 2:48
A4 You Got To Me 2:45
A5 Monday, Monday 3:03
A6 Cherry, Cherry 2:42
B1 Solitary Man 2:43
B2 I'm A Believer 2:43
B3 Red Red Wine 2:42
B4 Thank The Lord For The Nighttime 2:55
B5 I'll Come Running 2:50
B6 Oh, No, No 2:50

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Credits

Notes

Monarch Record Mfg. Co. pressing.

BANG 221 on cover and spine, BLP-221 on labels, BLP 221 on liner.
B6 shown as "Oh, No, No" on liner, "Oh No No" on label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side A, on label): WS-1008
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side B, on label): WS-1009
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): WS-1008-1 5-19-70 sf Δ14877
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): WS-1009-RE1 sf Δ14877-X
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, stamped): (MR) Bell Sound
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BANG 221, BLP 221, BLPS 221 Neil Diamond Shilo(LP, Comp, Spe) Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records BANG 221, BLP 221, BLPS 221 US 1970 Sell This Version
BLPS 19009 Neil Diamond Shilo(LP, Comp) Bellaphon BLPS 19009 Germany 1970 Sell This Version
DRUM 8024, SESL 9707 Neil Diamond Shilo(LP, Comp, RE) Drum, Stateside DRUM 8024, SESL 9707 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
8011-221 Neil Diamond Shilo/Solitary Man(8-Trk, Comp, Blu) Bang Records 8011-221 US 1970 Sell This Version
BANG 221, M 221 Neil Diamond Shilo(Reel, 4tr Stereo, Comp) Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records BANG 221, M 221 US 1970 Sell This Version

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JSL0bsession

JSL0bsession

July 1, 2020

This is a good compilation of his Bang Records material with a fun record jacket. The only downside is that the track "Solitary Man" has the very worst reprocessed stereo I have ever heard. One sentence is sung in the left channel, then the next sentence is sung in the right channel, then the chorus is in the middle! The engineer just played with the balance knob like a little kid. The rest of the LP is in true stereo, but they should have left this one song in mono if there was no stereo master. On the old stereo consoles of the day it wouldn't have sounded that bad, but when listening in headphones the effect is maddening!