Witmark demos except:
* Gleason home tape, February 1961
* * Broadsided office, January 1963
The title of this LP came from the demo tapes used for Warner Brothers
7 Arts Music.
For demo purposes, there was a very rare one-sided promotional LP pressed
that contained nine songs that Bob recorded for Witmark and sons in 62/63.
The quality of this original album was only fair, at best.
The original version TMQ (gwa-72 A, version 1)
was released in 1973. It had no catalog references on insert.
This LP was released in several versions.
There is also a version 2 with the reference #71 055 on the insert,
a stickered and stamped cover, and the original insert with two 1965 studio
photos. The original pig logo appears on the label, and the vinyl
is clear yellow or gold.
A third version of this original LP has an S-113 added to the insert,
and black vinyl. It was issued both with the original pig label and
with a fake green Teufel label. (1978)
Another copy came in a blue sleeve with blue vinyl and the original
pig label. It is not known whether this issue included an insert.
And, as always, there were various combinations in the packaging including
white, green, peach, blue, and purple jackets; round, square, and no sticker;
and various labels, vinyl, and inserts.
NMP100 Gold Vinyl
Matrix: BD 529