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Now your mouth cries Wolf
source: '65 studio outtakes    gwa 106B 

Side one: 
I wanna be your lover 
Please crawl out your window (fast) 
From a Buick six * 
Visions of Johanna (Freeze Out)** 
She's your lover now 

Side two: 
Please crawl out your window (slow) 
It takes a lot to laugh 
Sitting on a barbed wire fence 
If you gotta go, go now 
She belongs to me 
Love - 0/no limit 

The original source tapes:
Side 1
Studio outtakes CBS, NY 10-20-65 except: 
 * CBS studio A, NY  June 16 1965 
**Sunset Studios LA Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1965 

Side 2 
First 3 tracks:  Studio A, NY  June 16 '65 
Next 3 tracks: 'Bringing it all back' session CBS studio A, New York Jan. 14th & 15th 1965 

The title for this LP came from the last line of this version of  'She's your lover now'

Hot Wacks incorrectly lists a version which was pressed from side 1 of each of the LPs Stealin' and Freeze Out ... This does not exsist. 

Hot Wacks claims that Berkeley released 200 copies of RAH in the wrong cover. It is posible that This cover (which is actually the Right cover for RAH, was released with a RAH   LP and a 'And now yourmouth cries whoops' stamp. This is most probably the basis of the 'wrong cover' claim.

Also see: 
Original release
And now your mouth cries whoops
Seems like a freeze out side 2
Stealin' side 1
RAH 1966 (The reverse cover)

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 Front Cover
This is a relatively rare version. In 1974, after the original release in a blank cover, it was decided to use up some of the extra covers lying around. 
A 'Neil Young' cover and the 'RAH 1966' cover were wrap-around folder type jackets. 
The covers were folded backwards to reveal the blank white inside. They were then stamped with a TMQ type title stamp to create this new cover. 
Why the original blank covers were not stamped with this title is uncertain. Evidently there was a rush to release the LP before the rubber stamp was completed. 
The labels were the newly created TMQ2 'Smokin pig' 

Side one  is pressed from the side two plate of 
'Seems like a freeze out'. 
Side two is pressed from the side one plate of 
Stealin'  (TMOQ version). 

The Original release came out in a plain white jacket. The piece was then issued in these reversed extra wrap-around covers. 
The matrix was 1802 A / 1805 B;  71-178/155 M 
(plus the previous matricies crossed out) 

Later in '74 there was a red and yellow insert created. The label was plain yellow. The matrix was 1963 A 
(plus the previous matricies crossed out) 

In a subsequent run of 'Now your mouth cries wolf', the side 2 master plate of 'Stealin' was inadverntantly loaded as stamper instead of the side 1 plate. This created a few new LPs by mistake. Rather than destroy their bastard creation, TAKRL created the 'Whoops' insert as an inside joke, and released the small number that was accidentaly produced as a new LP. 

5-7 stars        NMP125

gwa 106B
matrix:  1802 A / 1805 B;  71-178/155 M 
(plus the previous matricies crossed out) 

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