The 70’s GLC label in red/pink

Found these images in my GLC folder:

Beatles Have You Heard The Word green insert

Already looking at these side by side, it becomes obvious that they were made by the same producers and probably as part of a run of re-issues within a limited time frame.

Jethro Tull My God!

WHO GLC 414

The Who’s Who Are You (aka Mods & Rockers), better known fort the reissue with Ruthless Rhymes labels (some on red & blue PVC), which is even cataloged under GLC 414 and containing 16 tracks from their Philadelphia Spectrum KBFH recording from 4 December 1973:

WHO GLC 414 II

WHO GLC 414 d

Other releases with GLC numbers are (the last two releases previously reviewed on this blog):

GLC 411: Rolling Stones – All Meat Music ?

GLC 412: Neil Young – Young & Old

GLC 413: Elton John – B-B-B-Benny – Live in London

GLC 415: Crosby Stills Nash and Young “we waited 3 years for this”

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If you have any further examples of this label with the same design and in any color (not the block lettering found from 1983 onwards, which is much more common). please let me know.

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1 comment
  1. paul1979zed said:

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    I just suddenly found your awesome website and I amuch admiring your effort and hard work. Collecting bootlegs is my hobby since early 1990s and I am very happy that I could find a place such this.

    Answering to your inquiry, I have tons of low gens and other stufs so if you have any questions or just wanna put a trade, just feel free to PM at zepster@onet.pl – I also have tons of different vinyl and silver pressed boots for trade/sale.

    Take care,
    Paul

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