I would date this version to 1972/early 1973. However, there is another version with this matrix; it does not really look like a WCF product though:
The origin of this album is well known. Following the success of LiveR Than You’ll Ever Be, Dub recorded Jethro Tull at the Long Beach Arena on 19 April 1970 and the performances of Sossity, You’re A Woman / Reasons For Waiting / My God (no exclamation mark) were mastered into the pressing plate for one side of Dub & Ken’s fifth ever production.
LONG BEACH ARENA ,CA.
APRIL 19, 1970
1 – TALK/TUNING
2 – NOTHING IS EASY
3 – TALK
4 – MY GOD
5 – TO CRY YOU A SONG
6 – WITH YOU THERE TO HELP ME
7 – SOSSITY, YOU’RE A WOMAN > REASONS FOR WAITING > SOSSITY, YOU’RE A WOMAN
8 – DHARMA FOR ONE
9 – WE USED TO KNOW > GUITAR SOLO > FOR A THOUSAND MOTHERS
Side two was filled with five pirated UK 45 B-sides. It was released around May of 1970 using colored vinyl and square labels with stamped covers.
At this pre-TMOQ stage, they still invented a new label name for each release and this was going to be Athapascan Records (the term originally refers to “a large family of indigenous languages of North America, located in western North America in three groups of contiguous languages: Northern, Pacific Coast and Southern (or Apachean)”. The matrix number was 20 1 / 2
The release was very successful and there were many copies, including on 8-Track. For some reason, most copies moved the live tracks to the second side.
Early CBM copy with matrix MG1
Dittolino renamed the album.
Here we have copies with matrix markings: MY GOD SIDE A / B
There are copies with Rutgers University labels adorned with a large stamp:
and a printed covers version with yellow labels bearing the number 63 122 (matrix markings: EL-A / B), which manages to misspell the name of the band:
Back to TMOQ versions:
Ken reissued the album ca. 1973/4 with the matrix numbers 1819-1 70-246-M / 1819-B 1/2-2 70-247-M
These can be found with farm or smoking pig symbols. This is one instance where Ken’s claim that that ‘farm pig = not always a Dub made LP’ and ‘smoking pig = not always a Ken made album’ holds true, as the 4-digit prefix gives it away as a later Ken pressing. This title can be found as part of the generic cartoon reissue series as well.
When Dub reissued this album together with his other Tull release Nothing Is Easy, the matrix numbers were ATHAPASCAN RECORDS IN CONCERT 20½ A / B -or- 20½ – 1 70-246 M / 20½ – 1 70-247 M