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Wow Sir Henry,what a cool tune.From what I read,the B side of this is Titled Charles Brown and was re-written and Titled Reflections of Charles Brown with an entirely different melody and performed by Ruperts People.Is it possible to hear to B side of this post? Thank you for sharing this one.Regards..John,USA.
Hello John,I will put up the B side later today, and the Ruperts People version of 'Charlie Brown' as well, if I can dig it out.RegardsSir Henry
Hello again John.As you can see, I made an error. The labels on my copy are the wrong way round, so this post is in fact the unusual version of 'Charles Brown'. All the bestSir Henry
Thanks a lot for posting this song. Totally different from the released version which obviosly was very inspired by 'A Whiter Shade of Pale'. This one is actually better in my oppinion, sounds to me like they'd been listening a lot to 'Revolver'. Very cool.Andreas
Oh, So everythings switched around.Thats funny! Ok so I'll have to re-label it Charlie Brown And the second post will be All So Long Ago.See now I'm confused too because I asked you for the B side Instead of the A side..How do you like That! Ahahaha..hey but we're all having fun.Thanks Sir Henry..Regards,John. USA.
It's getting stranger. I already had a version of All So Long Ago (from the comp Voyage Through The Sugarcube) - but that track als sounds a lot like Charlie Brown. Guess you're not the only one with the label mixed up .....Thank you for the real version of All So Long Ago.AZ54