All 1965 LP / EP cover slicks (US & international) 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.
Rumors have long done the rounds that a vocal / music 2-track of "Baby Don't Go" without melodica overdub exists, but it has never surfaced. It undoubtedly did at some stage, but to the best of my knowledge it was mixed down to mono, with the melodica overdub "flown in" during the mono mixdown.
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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