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    Verve*Voyager 1

    Label:Jolly Roger Recordings – Jolly Roger 2
    Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Blue transparent
    Style:Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock


    A1Slide Away6:02
    A2Gravity Grave8:26
    A3One Way To Go5:58
    B1South Pacific3:59
    B2Already There4:45
    B3She's A Superstar6:45


    1000 copies.
    Live tracks recorded in London and New York in 1992.
    Over 300 copies of this record were damaged in transit.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 5-Z7333 RE-1
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 5-Z7334 RE-1

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Voyager 1 (LP, Limited Edition, Repress, Unofficial Release)Jolly Roger Recordings (2)jolly roger 2GermanyUnknown
    Recently Edited
    Voyager 1 (CDr, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Jolly Roger Recordings (2)19921993USUnknown
    JohnnySaintLethal's avatar
    Proof that the (at least blue) vinyl is an official release. This needs rectified. Also, some of the black vinyl were actually "official" too as the blue ran out. You can tell your black is genuine if it has some translucent blue or clear mixed in, and a thumbprint with an M in it.How can we get Discogs to change this?!
    mrrockandroll's avatar
    Since when is this considered "unofficial"? I'm pretty sure this release was sanctioned by the band regardless of what label it appears on.
    waxdiscs's avatar
    i have a blue copy there is marix numbers seems like a real release to me
    sydfloyd's avatar
    Why does this continue to be marked as an unofficial release when it is known to be band-sanctioned? I could have bought this from Vinyl Experience at the time, but made the fatal error of buying the Telescopes 'Trade Mark of Quality' instead. Regretted it very quickly, I can tell you!
    Obscurology's avatar
    I have a Blue transparent which is def orig and not a bootleg. I had all band members sign my copy, & I would think they wouldn't touch it if it was a boot.
    The other reason I feel it is not a boot, is because there was a track off of it featured on the CD compilation series Volume out of the UK. They were known for getting exclusive tracks / live tracks / remixes for each article written. Why would the band permit a track off a bootleg to appear on a reputable UK publication is beyond me. This edition at least, should surely be reinstated as a sellable item on Discogs.
    Lilmoxie's avatar
    Some of the info above is incorrect. Over 400 copies were damaged by heat in an LA warehouse. About 600 were either sold or given out by the label. Only the blue vinyl versions are "official". The black vinyl copies are bootlegs. This was label sanctioned. Because of this it should be an "official" release. My record shop sold 275 copies of this LP as Verve were HUGE in my shop. This means there should be plenty in the Detroit area. I never see it in the wild here. Glad I have my copy Vernon Yard sent me.
    jayeshdaya's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    Have an original blue vinyl version of this. It is one of my favorite items in my collection. Truly a legendary piece of vinyl
    velvetmorning123's avatar
    It’s been 8 years since my first post on this just want to add more info. So if you look at the back of the original copy blue version the Jolly Roger logo will be about 1/2cm inside the sleeve if you have the black copy which I believe was not official the Jolly Roger logo will be tight against the side makes sense if you have both copies. Over the years I bought and sold around 5 copies can check my sales history and always the same about the logo. You can tell the original was not a bootleg because the back has the thumb print on which is the microdot logo the company that did all the verve and oasis art record sleeves and I had an email direct from Brian Cannon confirming this. Hope this info helps and if not sure on black and blue version if record still sealed this info may be of use.
    darklands's avatar
    A friend of mine had this record and with his came a sheet of paper promoting the then new label Vernon Yard. Wouldn't this have favored somewhat in the records authenticity of release? I don't know if the entire press came with these or any more details.
    velvetmorning123's avatar
    Artwork info on voyager 1. Just found out today that the artwork was done by Brian Cannon the founder of mircrodot also produced loads of the early verve oasis and more artwork. From the green posters in lucky man check out his site if a fan it's a must see for fans.