A Reflections On A Common Theme 2:38. B A Penny For The Sun. 3:06. Also pressed by Plastic Products Cartoone - Reflections On A Common Theme. Rights Society: ASCAP Matrix, Runout (A Label): A-16679 SP Matrix, Runout (B Label): A-15793 SP. Other versions.
Side "A" From Atlantic LP 8219 - Cartoone - Cartoone. Specialty Records Corp. Rights Society: ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (A Label): A-16679 SP. Matrix, Runout (B Label): A-15793 SP. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
From Atlantic LP 8219. Pressing variant: Plastic Products. Also pressed by Specialty Records Corp. Matrix, Runout (A Label): A-16679-PL. Matrix, Runout (B Label): A-15793-PL.
Cartoone were formed in 1967 from a band called The Chevlons. They toured all over Scotland in support of other acts such as the Tremeloes, the Merseybeats and the Hollies. In 1968, the band moved to London in hope of landing a recording contract. Through Lulu they contacted songwriter Mark London (husband of Lulu's manager Marion Massey) and showed him some of the songs they had written. Cartoone appeared on BBC TV on It's Happening for Lulu (12 December 1968) and Top of the Pops (16 January 1969) performing "Penny for the Sun". In April 1969, Cartoone went to the United States to support Led Zeppelin on tour Mo Trowers. Reflections on a Common Theme".
Reflections Of A Common Theme 19. Don't Look Down Your Nose 20. Only I Can Do It 2. Sadness Of Toby Jugg" PERFORMER "Cartoone" INDEX 01 06:20:04 TRACK 04 AUDIO TITLE "A Penny For The Sun" PERFORMER "Cartoone" INDEX 01 09:00:12 TRACK 05 AUDIO TITLE "I'll Stay" PERFORMER "Cartoone" INDEX 01 12:06:38 TRACK 06 AUDIO TITLE "Girl Of Yesterday" PERFORMER "Cartoone" INDEX 01 14:13:58 TRACK 07 AUDIO TITLE "I Can't Walk.
00:02:38) Cartoone - Reflections Of A Common Theme. 19. (00:04:12) Cartoone - Don't Look Down Your Nose.
Reflections of a Common Theme.
|A||Reflections On A Common Theme||2:38|
|B||A Penny For The Sun||3:06|
|45-2630||Cartoone||Reflections On A Common Theme (7", Promo, PL)||Atlantic||45-2630||US||1969|
|45-2630||Cartoone||Reflections On A Common Theme (7", Single, SP)||Atlantic||45-2630||US||1969|