Manufacturing of LP’s in UK for London Records continued in the end of the 60’s. This time London ordered LP’s for export to Japan where as the 1964 and 1965 production went on export to USA.
Flowers was the first of four LP’s made for the Japanese market. The US London catalogue number PS509 was used. Only Stereo version is known to exist on London Records made in UK. The manufacturing year is not confirmed but it has to be either 1967 or 1968 as the pressing has the groove.
Cover made in England
The cover is the same as the UK Flowers. The Decca logo has been changed to London. Both London Records and Decca records are mentioned on the backside of the cover. They were made in UK by Robert Stace.
London ffrr bag
The inner bag is the standard London Records made in UK. The same bag was also used on earlier records exported to USA during 1964-1965.
Only one version of the label is known to exist on this record.