Source: L.A. Forum September 4 1970
Side 1: What Is And What Should Never Be/ Moby Dick/ Medley: Communication Breakdown; Good Times Bad Times; For What It’s Worth (26:53)
Side 2: Since I’ve Been Loving You/ Organ Improv/ Thank You/ Out On The Tiles/ Blueberry Hill (27:00)
Matrix markings: ZEP-2/3 (S-2551-2)
Hotwacks just states this derives from sides 2 & 3 of a bootleg called Blueberry Hill, probably referring to TMOQ’s classic release Live On Blueberry Hill, shown below in a second pressing.
The internal Dittolini Records numbering would place this into the middle of 1971, which makes it one of the earlier copies of this title.
The most remarkable detail here is the chosen title. If this was released before November 8, 1971, which I think we can make a good argument for, it would predate the release of Led Zeppelin iV and the album track “Going To California”.
Would you rather have this or the Dittolino ‘half’? Still, the copy single LP shown at the start managed to sell at auction in June of 2014 for $60.
The Titanic Records 9001 2 LP release by the same name mentioned on argenteumastrum.com had a color cover and was issued around 1980. I doubt either one was derived from the other.