The Vanguard Labels...
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Number - Release Date - Artist - Songs
We found a few commercial stereo singles for Vanguard during 1968-1970, mostly in early 1968. They did issue quite a few stereo promotional singles.
Commercial stereo singles:|
VSD-35068 - 5/68 - Country Joe & The Fish - Rock And Soul Music (Part 1)/(Part 2) [see note 1]
VRS-35069 - 7/68 - Junior Wells - Stop Breakin Down/Mystery Train [see note 1]
VSD-35070 - 7/68 - Elizabeth - Mary Anne/World's For Free [see note 1]
Promotional stereo singles:
VRS-35073 - 7/68 - Notes From The Underground - Down In The Basement/I Wish I Was A Punk [see note 2]
VSD-35102 - 1/70 - Sal - Life Is A Beautiful Thing (M/S) [see notes 2, 3]
VSD-35108 - 6/70 - Buffy Sainte-Marie - The Circle Game (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
VSD-35109 - 6/70 - Blue Horizon - I've Got You On My Mind (M/S) [see notes 2, 3]
VSD-35110 - 7/70 - Moose & The Pelicans - We Rockin' (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
VSD-35113 - 10/70 - Grover Mitchell - Ah Feel She Really Doesn't Want To Do It (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
VSD-35116 - 11/70 - Buffy Sainte-Marie - Until It's Time For You To Go (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
VSD-35117 - 11/70 - Spare Change - Alive And Well (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
VSD-35119 - 11/70 - Garrett Scott - (Mama) Is Uncle Clayton Jackson Sleeping Here Again Tonight? (M/S) [see notes 2, 3]
VSD-35122 - 12/70 - John Townley & The Apostolic Family - Just Another Day (M/S) [see notes 3, 4]
1. Promo single is also stereo.
2. May be promo only; we have not seen a commercial copy.
3. Mono side has VRS- prefix, stereo side has VSD- prefix.
4. Commercial copy is mono.
Vanguard Apostolic was a short-lived subsidiary of Vanguard Records. They issued five singles during 1969, none of which were stereo. Their biggest hits were "Witchi Tai To" by Everything Is Everything and "Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word" by Joan Baez. They used the Vanguard catalog numbering sequence.