Mayfair Records was a DIY label. This is the first of two Mayfair labels of the 1970s. The 'Mayfair' at the top of the label of the EP shown may actually be the name of the EP rather than of the label, but it serves as an identifier so I've decided to go with it. That record, by the band Mayfair, seems to have been the only release by them and their label. It featured 'Silver Threads And Golden Needles', 'The Show Must Go On' and 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina'. The titles suggest standard Club / Cabaret fare, and the catalogue number, TD-7225, belongs to a series that was used by Craighall Studios. Of Edinburgh. The label has a typically Craighall appearance. See also 'TD (Craighall Studios)', 'Ca Va', 'Road', and 'Phoenix Promotions'. Distributed By Mayfair Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Silver Threads And Golden