1st UK press on the Vertigo " large Swirl " label, with the large swirl above the spindle hole and the wording Vertigo below.
No track timing credits appear on labels or sleeve.
Cat# 6360 500 appears on labels
Cat# 6360 500 appears on spine and top right rear of sleeve above VO Price Code
Released in a textured gatefold sleeve, with 2 internal glue-tabs top and bottom to right-hand wallet. Left hand wallet glued closed.
A-Side label simply a Vertigo logo with "Side A"
B-Side label has no writer or publisher credits.
'Vertigo'-printed black (front and back) on a white paper liner, with punch-holes & poly-lined. Liner coded, on front bottom-left, with print date: "Made in England B 1/0470" [Apr1970]
Inside credit list includes: "Mac not available due to bus strike" [Which indicates 'Faces' musician Ian McLagan (keyboards) was not present at recording. However, US release credits him and the track upon which he is credited there is "You're My Girl"- prefixed to "I Don't Want To Discuss It" on this album. This suggests McLagan was dubbed, or the track added later].
Waller & Quittenton are mentioned as present in sleeve notes, but not credited - as per US release. [All uncredited musicians thus taken from the US release].
"A Mercury Records Production" inside-left and back cover.
A1, B3, B4: Chappell & Co.
A2: Kags Music Ltd.
A3: Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
A4: Carlin Music Corp.
B1: Dick James Music Ltd.
B2: Cedarwood Music
B5: April Music Ltd.
Later reissued on the Vertigo "small swirl" label
, with the small swirl and 'Vertigo' logo both above the spindle hole on B-side. A subsequent issue
then has "Made In England" added to the label.