Record sleeves from the past- 5

This is a really unusual release from America.  Issued in 1980 it is on the Loverich label.

Called ‘Send In The Clowns’ it is an abridged version of the United Artists album ‘Good, Bad But Beautiful’ and contains just 9 tracks.  The 3 missing tracks are ‘The Way We Were’, ‘I’ll Be Your Audience’ and ‘Living’.

I was not aware of this album’s existence until fairly recently and I have no idea as to the quality of it.  My copy is still factory sealed.  As far as I can make out Loverich was an independent label and very few copies were ever made of their releases – around maybe 500.  Their releases were normally unlicensed copies of major label records.  I guess then that they were copied from vinyl as they would not have master tapes to use.  They were distributed through Album Globe Distribution Co.Inc. of Tennessee.

A rare release and a nice addition to my collection.

SB - Send In The Clowns 3 - Loverich Label = America

 

2 thoughts on “Record sleeves from the past- 5”

  1. I understand nothing at all of this lp cover. The only thing related to Dame Shirley is the name.
    Which clown has this figured out??
    But it is a rare item that’s true !!🤡

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