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Stealin' (Berkeley)          gwa 10F
source: Various outakes

Side one: 
Can you please crawl out your window 
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 limits 

Side two: 
New Orleans rag (cuts out)*** 
That's all right Mama *** 
Cocaine (cuts out) 
Hard times in New York town 
Wade in the water 
It's all over now, Baby blue* 
Suze (The cough song) ** 

The sources are:
Side one: 1965 studio outtakes (first 3 from 'Highway 61' sessions. 4-6 from  'Bringing it' 
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Side two: Minnesota tapes 12/22/61 except for:
   *  'Bringing it' outtake 1965 
  ** 'Times' outtake 1963 
*** 'Another side' outtake 6-64 

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In 1975 the company that had released titles with no information or label name officially became Berkeley Records with the release of four deluxe black and white cover LPs. (They have previously been referred to as WCF - white cover folks - a moniker created by Hot Wacks to describe the company with no name or Label information.) © 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
The covers list the company as "Berkeley Records LTD. 10 Berkeley St., London W1". However, this was an American outfit. The other three LPs released with this one were 'John Birch' , 'Let me die in my footsteps', and 'Visions of Johanna'. © 1999 Craig Pinkerton Bobsboots.com
This Label had been been releasing titles by copying TMQ LPs and creating their own cover. The quality of the recordings was therefore less than the original TMQ. Since this LP has the same unique track order as the TMQ release, one would assume that this was a copy of it. However, the quality on this release is just as good as the TMQ version. This LP was previously released in an orange cover  by the same company. 
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6 stars       NMP75
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Matrix:   2010  A/B 

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