Planar Records was a DIY label. It managed one singles. Rod King's 'Hawaiian Wedding Song'. The catalogue number, P-111, suggests that there should be other Planars. There's not even a date on the label, but it looks - and the record sounds - Seventiesish enough for me. Rod King is reported to be one of Britain's leading steel-guitar players; he featured as a session musician on a number of '60s and '70s recordings, working with the likes of Gerry Rafferty, and had a self-financed LP out on the SRT label in 1978, called 'Big Steel Guitar' (SRTZ-78391). There was also an album called 'Two And A Half Yards Of Steel', which had a catalogue number of RKRLP-101 but no label identification or date. Hawaiian Wedding Song' is a pleasant Easy Listening instrumental. The style of the matrix number suggests a Pye pressing. Distributed By Planar Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.