Nomad Records was a DIY label. It managed one single. Damon's, 'Can I Wish You A Merry Christmas', the Damon concerned was Damon Metrebian.  A pleasant, Pop-flavoured song, it was reissued on Polydor (2058-815) the following year, though the artist's name was extended to Damon Metro for that release.  The narrow dinking perforations and the style of the matrix number suggesnt an EMI pressing. Nomad Records was Damon own label (Damon spelled backwards). The records was pressed, in Wembley (London).  They were all sold at 50p through his dad's shops (a non music outlet). He wanted the label to look as professional as possible and it appears to have worked.  After a brief period signed to Polydor, he eventually went on to become a recording studio owner and had a bit if success doing that.  Distributed By Nomad Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

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