24th March 2017
RECORD STORE DAY 2017!
It’s the 10th Anniversary of Record Store Day (USA / UK) and in keeping with its original spirit Fly Records are offering two exclusive releases that are celebrating their own 50th Anniversaries this year.
EXCLUSIVE 50th ANNIVERSARY LIMITED EDITION (2900 copies) 12” OF THE PROCOL HARUM ANTHEM “A WHITER SHADE OF PALE”: this special EP includes the original mono single A and B sides PRODUCED BY DENNY CORDELL, remastered exclusively for this EP which is expanded with 50th Anniversary full length STEREO MIXES unavailable elsewhere plus ALL the tracks recorded at the two recording sessions that produced the seminal original 45 A and B sides.
Pressed on 12” clear vinyl with white splatter, housed in a picture sleeve with insert.
Side 1 – MONO side:
A Whiter Shade Of Pale 4’05” (Original mono 1967 hit version – remastered 2017)
Lime Street Blues 2’50” (Original mono b-side of 1967 hit single – remastered 2017)
A Whiter Shade Of Pale 5’45” (Original 1967 full length mono instrumental – remastered 2017) Previously unreleased on vinyl
Side 2 – STEREO side:
A Whiter Shade Of Pale 5’54” (50th Anniversary full length) Previously unreleased
Lime Street Blues 4’25” (50th Anniversary stereo full length version) Previously unreleased
Alpha 3’47” Previously unreleased on vinyl
Salad Days (Are Here Again) 4’10” (Bill Eyden version) Previously unreleased on vinyl
EXCLUSIVE LIMITED EDITION (450) 7” FEATURING RECENTLY RECOVERED ‘LOST’ SIXTIES RECORDINGS by BEVERLEY MARTYN: PRODUCED BY DENNY CORDELL and featuring JIMMY PAGE, JOHN PAUL JONES, NICKY HOPKINS, JOHN RENBOURN, MIKE LEASE and ANDY WHITE. This release features ALTERNATE TAKES of two previously unreleased tracks that will not be included on the forthcoming Beverley album which features the ‘master’ takes of these two tracks and collects the entire recordings from these recording sessions, marking their 50thanniversary.
Picking Up The Sunshine – take 1 [stereo]
b/w Me And My Gin – take 1 [stereo]
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