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Henson Cargill - Skip A Rope Album

Henson Cargill - Skip A Rope Album

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Performer: Henson Cargill
Title: Skip A Rope
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Country
Category: Folk - World
Rating: 4.2
Catalog #: 45-1041
Label: Monument

Tracklist

1Skip A Rope
Written-By – Glenn D. Tubb, Jack Moran
2:38
2A Very Well Traveled Man
Written-By – Jim Robinson
2:24


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7")Monument45-1041US1967
mon 1015Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Single)Monumentmon 1015UK1968
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Single, Promo)Monument45-1041US1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Styrene, Pit)Monument45-1041US1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope / A Very Well Traveled Man ‎(7")Monument45-1041Netherlands1967
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7")Monument45-1041US1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Single, Promo)Monument45-1041US1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Styrene, Pit)Monument45-1041US1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope / A Very Well Traveled Man ‎(7")Monument45-1041Netherlands1967
45-1041Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(7", Mon)Monument45-1041US1967
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SLP18094Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(LP, Album)MonumentSLP18094US1968
2620762Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(CD, Album)Point Productions, Sony Music Special Products2620762Netherlands1992
SLP-18094Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(LP, Album)MonumentSLP-18094Canada1968
MLP-8094Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(LP, Album, Mono, S/Edition, DJ)MonumentMLP-8094US1968
SLP 8094Henson Cargill Skip A Rope ‎(LP, Album)MonumentSLP 8094US1968


Credits

  • Art DirectionKen Kim
  • Backing VocalsThe Jordanaires
  • EngineerSelby Coffeen
  • Photography ByFred Foster
  • ProducerDon Law
  • TechnicianCharles Bradley
  • ProducerDon Law


Notes

Label Variation

Side A published by Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
Side B published by Combine Music.Label variation: Album title/artist on 1 line above center hole. Side numbers are spelled out, "STEREO" appears under side # on left side, matrix # below catalog # on right side


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): F10W-2169
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): F10W-2167
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Pressing Plant ID (Monarch Record Mfg. Co.): MR(circled)


Companies

  • Record Company – Monument Record Corp.
  • Published By – Combine Music
  • Published By – Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
  • Record Company – Decca


Album

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