LM
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Independent label: LM Records the initials stood for 'Liverpool Music', and the label was run by Liverpool Music Management, of Cook Street - issued at least two records, both of them in 1975.  First out of the blocks was an EP by Tom Cowin & the Liverpool Police Band, which featured the tracks 'Didn't we', 'Amanda', 'Final Curtain' and 'My Boy'; it was numbered LMEP-501.  Next came a single, a football song, 'Tribute To Shankly' b/w 'A Little Touch Of Scotland' by Shank's Pony (LM-502).  The single was engineered at G/G studios, which had its own 'G and G' label.  Pressing in both cases was by Phonodisc. Both records were produced by Alan Peters and Dave Roylance.  Roylance, who co-write the theme to TV's 'Brookside', also produced several records on the 'Stag (Music)' label. Distributed By TS Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

  
75 Tom Cowin And The Mersyside Police Band Didn't We LM LM 501
75 Shank's Pony Tribute To Shankly LM LM 502

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