Looked at Mr Manships book it seems very much like its the original but its the deadwax and markings that set it apart. Read somewhere that the boot plays mono both sides even though marked stereo, and the dip in the middle is more pronounced than the orig.
The seller should have stated all the markings deadwax size etc in the listing,Have edited my post. MMMMM just I Wish She Would - The Anderson Brothers* - The Anderson Bros. mine out again and your right, markings would've been nice though, may have a punt later. Oops - seen the Original at top right of his listing- Mind you anyone with an Ebay id that has Footsie in the name must be dubious! I always thought the way to tell the original and boots apart was the spacing between the Music Corp.
Another good boot the PB in the run out gives it away supposed to be the initials of the guy who bootlegged it, sorry. One really good lookalike with a gentle dip down to the middle, that will be a PB, then one on thicker vinyl with the sharp dip, then the styrene one which we all know is a boot. I had a boot of Dave Newman that was Hierachy Of Greed - Tempest (23) - Passages the first Anderson Bros boot and it looked so real, then it came out looking like the second Anderson Bros boot, thats the common copy.
Here's mine. Had this discussion a few years ago on here in another thread, and I seem to think it ended that no one could decide if it was a boot or not. Plays in stereo on the stereo side, PB?
Not doubting you for a second, but what are the points that let you know that? Just interested to know fella. PB crossed out, MR crossed out Monarch pressing plantand also cos I've got an identical one myself. Tee Hee!! OK Here's another. Just picked up this in a collection.
So that must be 3 Cinderella - Tata Young - I Believe presses Paper Dreams - SpiritsGet A Grip - Spirits/Get A Grip I thought with no 'PB' and the name scratched in it had all the signs. Thanks Pete, you are the master. JM has just listed a I Wish She Would - The Anderson Brothers* - The Anderson Bros.
inch acetate of this on his auction. However, sometimes these acetates don't reach the higher end of the price scale of the actual release. It'll be interesting to see how it goes. There are a couple of other versions which make the Anderson Bros sound like gritty, street level, ghetto funk! I really doubt it. There's really no "country" in sight.
We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website I Wish She Would - The Anderson Brothers* - The Anderson Bros. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Posted May 11, edited. Share this forum post soul source url. Posted May 11, Read somewhere that the boot plays mono both sides even though marked stereo, and the dip in the middle is more pronounced than the orig Edited May 11, by Incognito.
Edited May 11, by Maxwell. Looks like the first boot to me. Original or boot Oops - seen the Original at top right of his listing- Mind you anyone with an Ebay id that has Footsie in the name must be dubious!
Edited May 11, by Ernie Andrews. Prefer the the Triest version and Ray De Roughs versions leaves me gasping for air. Posted May 13, Posted May 13, edited. Cheers Pete. Posted May 21, Any clues?? That's a bootleg. The "ridge" on the label around the centre-hole gives it away.
Guest giant. Posted May 22, Got the above one for sale if anyone's interested? Posted May 23, Guest Seagrave. There's never any confusion with this record. It always has been and always will be a load of wishy-washy, white, wimpy nonsense. Posted May 24, Posted May 24, edited. I like the Anderson Bros version. In what way is the Anderson Brothers LP "country"? It's recorded at Malaco. Produced by Tim Whitsett. Tommy Tate and Frederick Knight are featured on backing vocals. Get started now! Log into Soul Source Get max use of the forums Log in now!
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