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    Roger RodierUpon Velveatur

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    Tracklist

    A1Listen To These Chords I Play (Celeste)3:11
    A2My Spirit's Calling5:05
    A3Am I Supposed To Let It By Again? (Above The Covers)4:07
    A4The Key4:01
    B1While My Castle's Burning4:19
    B2You Don't Know What It's Like4:11
    B3Just Fine3:59
    B4Let's See Some Happyness4:55
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    Officially released in Canada in 1972 on Columbia.
    Side of the sleeve title is misspelled "Upon Velveator".
    Doesn't come with inner sleeve like original release.

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Upon Velveatur (LP, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaES-90095, ES 90095Canada1973
    New Submission
    Upon Velveatur (LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 2nd pressing )ColumbiaES-90095Canada1974
    Upon Velveatur (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Sunbeam RecordsSBRCD5012UK2006
    New Submission
    Upon Velveatur (LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Sagarasaga-182Portugal2015
    New Submission
    Upon Velveatur (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo)Sunbeam RecordsSBDP1020CanadaUnknown

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    gravelfreeman's profile picture
    gravelfreeman
    I'm writing this review as many people could ask themselves the same question I had before buying. As the first and second print are rare and pricey is this unofficial press the ultimate answer? The answer is yes it is. I've just received it and unpacked it. The LP I got is near mint and plays wonderfully. It's almost impossible to find the first press in a near mint condition without selling your wife. This pressing sounds fantastic. I will even rip this as it's sounds better than the actual pressing available on what.cd actually.