Elektra EKS 74100 (Stereo)
Production: Gus Dudgen
Recorded: Trident Studios, London
Licensed from Charisma Records (UK). The US version has a different track listing to the UK original (adds "Indian Summer" and "It Brings a Tear", omits "Eye to Eye" and changes the order) and the typography on the sleeve is different. Oddly, on the UK original "You're not Smiling" is spelled "Your not Smiling".
Elektra EKS 74101 (Stereo)
Elektra EKS 74102 (Stereo)
Elektra EKS 74103 (Stereo)
Elektra/Dandelion EKS 74104 (Stereo)
Production: Ron Geesin
Licensed from Dandelion Records in the UK and jointly labelled 'Dandelion'.
Elektra EKS 74105 (Stereo)
The voice of the Zodiac (EKS 74009) goes solo.
Elektra EKS 74106 (Stereo)
Orginally called Stonehenge, the group's name was changed when Michael Fennelly joined. Fennelly had been a member of Millennium and was on the Sagittarius album, both connecting him to another Elektra alumnus, Curt Boettcher (EKS 75037).
The band is named after the character of the same name from the Tom Terrific cartoon series which dates from the late 1950s in the USA. His theme song went ... "My name is Crabby Appleton, I'm rotten to the core. I do a bad deed every day, and sometimes three or four." The album sleeve includes an embossed image of him, difficult to see in the photo here, at the bottom left.
Elektra EKS 74107 (Stereo) EQ 4107 (Quad)
Production: Dennis Linde
Elektra EKS 74108 (Stereo)
Elektra EKS 74109 (Stereo)
Licensed from B&C records in the UK, who had used it to launch their Pegasus label (PEG 1). The UK original does not include "Devil's Answer" and the sleeve is slightly different as the drawing does not appear in a frame.
Elektra EKS 74112 (Stereo)
UK Release on Island ILPS 9172.
Elektra EKS 74115 (Stereo)
The title song was used by Coca-Cola as their advertising song with the words changed to 'I'd Like to buy the World a Coke' (Coca-Cola and Coke are undoubtedly trade marks of the Coca-Cola Corporation ... honest!)
This LP is actually 'New Colors' (EKS 74108) with two tracks removed and "I'd like to Teach ..." added.