There is a lot of confusion surrounding this LP for very good
reason. There was a lot of confusion surrounding its release!
In 1974 there were business and personal ties between TAKRL, TMQ1, TMQ2,
and Kornyfone Labels.
This LP was released by TAKRL and /or TMQ in 1974 using TMQ1
master plates from two different LPs. The reasoning was a good one... to
create one LP of 1965 studio outtakes. It was such a good idea, that this
same configuration was later used as one of the LPs in two different double
LP releases. 'Barbed wire blues' and 'Tough
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 title came from the last line of 'She's your lover now'
The original issue came out in a plain white jacket with no insert.
The labels had a large 1 & 2.
Matrix: BD 505 A / BD 501 B; 71-178/155 M
The piece was then issued in reversed extra wrap-around
covers of previously released titles.
The matrix was 1802 A / 1805 B; 71-178/155 M
(plus the previous matrices crossed out)
Later in '74 the insert shown above was created. The label was plain
yellow. The matrix was 1963 A (plus the previous matrices crossed out).
In a subsequent run of 'Now your mouth cries wolf', the side 2 master
plate of 'Stealin' was inadvertently 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 accidentally
produced as that LP.
matrix: various (See above)