The Dream Syndicate ‎– It's Too Late To Stop Now

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Another Cowboy Recording ‎– ANOTHER.1
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A1 Slide Away
Producer – Greg Edwards*
A2 Daddy's Girl
Accordion – Robert Lloyd (3)
A3 If You Should Ever Need A Fool
Written-By – John Klages*, Wynn*
A4 Whatever You Please
Whistle [Penny Whistle] – Robert Lloyd (3)
A5 Running From The Memory
Producer – Vitus Matare*
A6 Cinnamon Girl
Producer – The Dream SyndicateWritten-By [Uncredited] – Neil Young
B1 When You Smile
B2 Witness
Musician – Karl PrecodaWritten-By – Karl Precoda, Wynn*
B3 Listen To The Lion
Written-By – Van Morrison
B4 Tell Me When It's Over
B5 Halloween
Written-By – Karl Precoda

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Glossy cover, single sleeve

Made in the UK

No printings on spine

Bootleg
Track A1: studio demo - July 1985
Track A2: KXLU Radio broadcast, August 1987
Track A3: KCRW Radio broadcast, July 1987
Track A4: KCRW Radio broadcast, December 1987
Track A5: studio demo, August 1987
Track A6: studio recording, February 1987
Track B1: live at Scorgies, Rochester, New York 16/7/85
Track B2: live at The Stone, San Francisco, California 30/11/84
Track B3 and B4: live at The Mean Fiddler, London, England 18/3/87
Track B5: live at The I-Beam, San Francisco, California 19/12/88

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): ANOTHER 1 A² LYN 246 43 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): ANOTHER 1 B² DAMONT

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RSDundee

RSDundee

June 9, 2013

Was also released on CD (ANOTHER 1CD) featuring 5 extra tracks:-
John Coltrane Stereo Blues (Studio Outake)
Medicine Show (Live 19/12/87)
Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man (Radio Broadcast July 1 1988)
Killing Time (Radio Broadcast December 1987)
Closer (Radio Broadcast 1987)
CD was also UK release - was sure it was a semi-official release tied in with the Bucketfull of Brains magazine, but that might just be my mind playing tricks...