Boeing Duveen & The Beautiful Soup (UK) released one extremely rare and collectable 45 in 1968. The man behind it was a certain Sam Hutt (the gynaecologist better known to many as Hank Wangford). Wangford, of course, became quite a popular country and western artist in the eighties.

Some copies of the Jabberwock 45 came in picture sleeves and these are particularly rare and sought-after. It’s one of those records that defies description, it’s worth hearing but certainly not worth what you’d have to pay for the original 45. The flip side was a psychedelic sitar number.

Edited by Toon_1 on 24 Sep 2008, 20:53

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