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HARVEST
US Labels and Company Sleeves 1973-1983

Labels

No "All rights Reserved.."
"All rights Reserved.."
1973
to
1975
1975
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1983
US Harvest was launched in 1969 (like it's British counterpart) by Capitol Records as an outlet for it's more esoteric releases. At the time Capitol was winding down it's Tower subsidiary, and some of it's artists moved over to Harvest. Primarily an LP label, a few tracks pulled from LPs as singles were released on the main label, Capitol.
In 1973 whilst Pink Floyds' "Dark Side of The Moon" was enjoing huge sucess, Capitol released "Money" as their maiden Harvest single.
In 1983 while Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf" was climbing it's way to the top of the charts, Capitol decided to close down Harvest and move it's calalogue over to the parent label.
All single releases used the Capitol 2000 and 5000 series numbering.
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Sleeves
Range
Front
Back
Details
No 1
1973
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 Curved top  Glued left/right  
No 2 a
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Printed in U.S.A.
   Curved top  Inside glued  
No 2 b
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to
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Printed in U.S.A.
   Curved top  Inside glued  
No 3
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to
1983
Printed in U.S.A.
   Curved top  Inside glued  
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Contact for corrections : erlmehl@online.no
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Scans and info by John Villanova, New York
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Thanks to Tony Dowsett, England for scans in this section
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Thanks to Johan Alberda, Berlin, Germany for scans in this section
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