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Some info on Wally’s Tattoo

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For those of you that want to purchase it, there is a tab on the bottom  of the page that says “Marketplace” where some people are selling the item...

Tattoo (Vinyl, LP, Album) album cover

Tattoo (6) ‎– Tattoo

Label:
Prodigal ‎– 1C 062-98 290
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album 
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:
 

Tracklist 

A1 What Did He Do  
A2 Give It To Ya Easy  
A3 Send A Ship  
A4 I Still Want You  
A5 Absolutely Love  
B1 It's Cold Outside  
B2 Yer Stale  
B3 Lonely Saturday Night  
B4 This Is Your City  
B5 The Highway Calls My Name  

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Credits

Notes

Label = multicoloured Prodigal logo 

Sleeve = (P) 1976 Motown Record Corporation 

Management: Brentana Ltd 

White Sticker - Factory Sample Not For Resale

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0881

Other Versions (5 of 7)  View All

  Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year  
 
Tattoo (LP, Album) Prodigal P6-10014S1 US 1976  
 
Tattoo (LP, Album) Prodigal 28.289-1 Spain 1976  
 
Tattoo (LP, Album) Prodigal P-10014P1 Canada 1976  
 
Tattoo (LP, Album) Prodigal P6-10014S1 Japan 1977  
 
Tattoo (LP, Album) Prodigal, Prodigal PDL 2003, 0C 062-98 290 UK 1976  

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Release

Marketplace 4 For Sale from $8.67

 

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  • Ratings:

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  • Last Sold:

     23 May 18
  • Lowest:

     $3.89
  • Median:

     $5.21
  • Highest:

     $12.21
 
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Some fun (and useless) trivia for your reading pleasure here:

I'm a major Kiss fan and have been collecting bootlegs of them for decades now. In the early days of Kiss bootleg tape trading (early/mid 80's - maybe early for me, don't really know) the Tattoo song "Give It To Ya Easy" appeared on a lot of Kiss bootlegs as an unreleased song from 1973/74! It wasn't until many years later that the true identity of the track was revealed. Had me fooled for quite a few years!

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Kirk   

Craig, I think John was saying it was misidentified as a Kiss bootleg song but was actually a Tattoo track (at least that's what I got out of it).

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