|Notes||I found this in the Richmond, North Yorkshire branch of Oxfam, my late father’s adopted hometown. It’s a great source of books and other stuff. I wonder whether this once came with a folded sheet of details, if so it’s long gone by now. Of course the best detail is the note on the reverse:
Who could argue with that? I’m afraid I don’t even know the name of this particular format, except that it would have been played on a reel-to-reel tape machine. I’m thinking it’s from the ’60s, the track titles look from about that time though I haven’t checked.
The design is pretty bare bones, but I think it’s got its own charm because of that.
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