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Don't Pull You Love

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Re: Don't Pull You Love

Post by Dee » Sun Mar 22, 2015 3:50 pm

Pilot-News was right! How about this...the Dutch release picture sleeve dropped the "r" from "Your":
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Re: Don't Pull You Love

Post by siblis » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:43 am

Dee....Not sure about the dropped R.......I don't think there was a PS for this one.



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Don't Pull You Love

Post by Dee » Thu Mar 19, 2015 11:32 pm

TRIVIA QUESTION FOR RECORD COLLECTORS

From a flashback "quiz" in the Pilot-News (Plymouth, IN) yesterday, this question and answer were presented:

"Q: Name the trio that released 'Don’t Pull Your Love.'

A: Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds, in 1971. Years later, the Glen Campbell single had a typo on the cover sleeve, leaving out the R in 'your.'"

Is this information accurate about the dropped "R" on the sleeve of "Don't Pull Your Love/Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye"?

I searched on ebay and many of these singles are being sold with supposedly the original factory issued paper sleeve:
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This sleeve is a standard Capitol Records sleeve for 1975. Had there also been a (picture?) sleeve with this song title printed on it? I didn't think Glen released more than maybe 4 or 5 picture sleeves in the U.S.; I have never seen one for this 45. Anyone know about the dropped "R" on a sleeve cover?

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Dee (the joy is in the dee-tails!) :)



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