All 1965 configurations (US & international) of Caesar & Cleo tracks incorrectly spell "Caesar" as "Ceasar".
Tracks by "and FRIENDS":
THE LETTERMEN: Released as Warner Brothers 45s in 1960 prior to Capitol signing
THE BLENDELLS: Originally Rampart 45, then Reprise 45 June 0291 in 1964
BILL MEDLEY: Three-track session acquired by Reprise July 1963, # 4 & #6 released as Reprise 45 0413 November 1965
The LP has never had a CD release, and probably never will: with the breakup of Reprise many masters reverted to their owner/ artist /producers. Atco acquired "Baby Don't Go" and "Love Is Strange" in 1972. Masters of "Do You Wanna Dance" and "Let The Good Times Roll" are missing.
STEREO LP: None in True Stereo. Ceasar & Cleo / Bill Medley cuts are 2-tracks*, all others are (well-done) EQ'd fake stereo. Atco-related CD reissues appear in mono and fake stereo ("Baby Don't Go") and mono and 2-track ("Love Is Strange").
* unmixed mono master with separate music and vocal tracks. "Love Is Strange" in this format is on the pictured CD.
MORE ABOUT THE CAESAR & CLEO / SONNY & CHER REPRISE RELEASES ARE HERE
1965 EP / SUPER TOUR 45 MEDIUM
A U.S 7" 33rpm "stereo" EP version of this LP was released (SR-6177) with each side as one play-through track beginning and ending with a Sonny & Cher / Ceasar & Cleo cut, and a Bill Medley song ("Wo Yeah", "Leavin' Town") in between. Front cover replicates the LP, with a blank rear.
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