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Tommy James / Soft Machine  - Nothing To Hide / How Do You Do FLAC album

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A Tommy James Nothing To Hide
Arranged By, Producer – Tommy JamesArranged By, Producer, Written-By – Bob KingWritten-By – T. James*
2:43
AA Soft Machine How Do You Do
Written-By – H. V. Hemert*, H. Van Hoff*
4:10

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Fonit Cetra
  • Distributed By – Fonit Cetra
  • Licensed From – Carosello Edizioni Musicali E Discografiche

Notes

Serie Speciale Juke Box, vietata la vendita al pubblico (Special Series Jukebox. Not for public retail sale).
Side AA: Manufactured and distributed by Fonit Cetra, licensed from Carosello-Cemed.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): 20156 10-3-72
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side AA): CE 692 25-2-72
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 20156
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side AA): CE 692
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Tommy James / Soft Machine  - Nothing To Hide / How Do You Do FLAC album

Musician performer: Tommy James

Title: Nothing To Hide / How Do You Do

Date of release: 1972

Style: Pop Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1555 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 958

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Related to Tommy James / Soft Machine - Nothing To Hide / How Do You Do FLAC Albums

Iphonedivorced
You're right. The error is in the disc-label, you have to read Sweet Machine instead of Soft Machine, I don't know why, probably the Carosello made the error. I have a right copy of this 7" Jukebox edition, and How Do You Do is performed by Sweet Machine.
Iphonedivorced
You're right. The error is in the disc-label, you have to read Sweet Machine instead of Soft Machine, I don't know why, probably the Carosello made the error. I have a right copy of this 7" Jukebox edition, and How Do You Do is performed by Sweet Machine.
Mr.jeka
I've bought this item as I wanted to understand if How Do You Do is really a Soft Machine song. Of course the record is authentic, it is an Italian 45 rpm 7'', a juke-box special edition, orginally not for sale ("vendita vietata al pubblico" in Italian) with a different artist/song on the other side (Tommy James - Nothing To Hide). It has no sleeve, as typical for juke-box editions. As it can be read on the round label on the vinyl, the composers are H. V. Hemert and H. Van Hoof. The song (published in this record in 1972) is a light, funny pop song, sung by a female singer. In 1972 Soft Machine were a purely instrumental jazz rock/progressive rock set. Moreover, Hans Van Hemert is a well known, established Dutch composer, with his own site (hansvanhemert.nl). On the site we can read his complete discography, i.e. who and when recorded and published his songs. According to this document, in 1972 "How Do You Do" was recorded by many artists but not by Soft Machine.ALL THIS LEADS TO THE CONCLUSION THAT THIS 7'' SINGLE DOES NOT CONTAIN A TRACK RECORDED BY SOFT MACHINE. It is probably just a case of a wrong artist name on the label.It should be removed from Soft Machine discography
Mr.jeka
I've bought this item as I wanted to understand if How Do You Do is really a Soft Machine song. Of course the record is authentic, it is an Italian 45 rpm 7'', a juke-box special edition, orginally not for sale ("vendita vietata al pubblico" in Italian) with a different artist/song on the other side (Tommy James - Nothing To Hide). It has no sleeve, as typical for juke-box editions. As it can be read on the round label on the vinyl, the composers are H. V. Hemert and H. Van Hoof. The song (published in this record in 1972) is a light, funny pop song, sung by a female singer. In 1972 Soft Machine were a purely instrumental jazz rock/progressive rock set. Moreover, Hans Van Hemert is a well known, established Dutch composer, with his own site (hansvanhemert.nl). On the site we can read his complete discography, i.e. who and when recorded and published his songs. According to this document, in 1972 "How Do You Do" was recorded by many artists but not by Soft Machine.ALL THIS LEADS TO THE CONCLUSION THAT THIS 7'' SINGLE DOES NOT CONTAIN A TRACK RECORDED BY SOFT MACHINE. It is probably just a case of a wrong artist name on the label.It should be removed from Soft Machine discography