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(C45s)Hello It's Me/ Open My Eyes by Nazz

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Label: SGC 001 Year: 1968
Condition: M- $30.00
Hello It's Me/ Open My EyesThis is the first release of this much-released single, on the light tan label with no horizontal lines. The single was released again in 1970 on a light green (with some yellow) label. Though the A side is the band's most famous song and was a hit again for Nazz's guitarist and songwriter, Todd Rundgren, in 1973—in fact, it was Rundgren's biggest hit and only top 10 single—my personal fave is the terrific, snarly B side. Rundgren had clearly been listening to the "I Can't Explain" by The Who, but that's OK: It's a great song and a great sound! That Nazz and SGC thought so, too, is evidenced by the fact that "Open My Eyes" was actually the original A side of the single. As the chart information shows, "Eyes" charted nearly 6 months before "Hello" started up the chart. All in all, this is a very nice copy of a classic single, the first from a Pennsylvania band led by one of the most important figures in American rock'n'roll during the 1970's. Even though he wasn't a consistent hitmaker himself, Todd Rundgren brought a large number of important artists to the studio and became a studio engineer/producer of even higher esteem than as a solo singer/musician. Note: This copy has beautiful, Near Mint labels with a tiny "R" on the B label (see scan). The vinyl and audio grade very close to Mint.
Condition Detail:Label: M- (sw)   |   Vinyl: M-   |   Audio: M-Written by: Todd Rundgren (A&B)Produced by: Nazz-Michael Friedman, Arranged by NazzChart info: (A) #71p in February, (B) #112p in September 1968Track time(s): A: 4:00 | B: 2:48Mix: Mono



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