Pink Floyd
Tower Records Discography

by Vernon Fitch

© copyright Vernon Fitch / The Pink Floyd Archives


Tower Records was a subsidiary of Capitol Records in the United States that released Pink Floyd records between the years 1967 and 1969. There were a total of twenty seven different Pink Floyd records released on Tower Records (this figure is based on alternate label variations. If you count cover variations, there are more).

The following is a discography of all the Tower Records releases. Any comments, corrections or additions to this discography are appreciated.


Release and Dating Information

  1. Album Label Variations: There are a number of distinct Tower Records album labels.
    In 1967 and 1968, Tower albums were issued on a brown Tower Records label.
    Sometime in 1969, prior to the release of the album, More, album labels were changed to a striped Tower label, with with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
    There are numerous variations of both the brown Tower labels and the striped Tower labels, with the song titles, composer and ASCAP credits differing between the issues (see the label descriptions in the discography for the differences).

  2. Counterfeit Tower Singles: The use of basic black print for the Tower picture sleeves and labels have made the Tower singles very susceptible to counterfeiting. This is particularily true for the singles with white Tower promotional labels. It is known that the Arnold Layne and See Emily Play white promotional label singles and sleeves have been counterfeited. However, it can be very difficult to spot a counterfeit. Specific information about known counterfeit pressings has been added to this discography where appropriate.

  3. Cover Slick Numbers: On most of the first three Pink Floyd albums, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, A Saucerful of Secrets, and More, a very small number can be found at the bottom of the back cover in the lower right corner. These numbers are the "designated numbers" for the particular album slick, and indicate which printer was used by the record company to print that specific album cover slick.
    A cover with no number on it can be assumed to indicate the original printer used by Capitol Records, as there are no issues with a number 1 on them. Known numbers 2 through 21 indicate that different printing factories were used. It is unknown which printers belong to each number. However, of the three Capitol Records pressing plants operating in the United States at the time, cover numbers 2 and 3 are usually found with pressings from the Scranton, Pennsylvania record plant, number 4 is usually found on pressings from the Jacksonville, Illinois record plant, and numbers 5 and 6 are usually found with pressings from the Los Angeles, California record plant.
    Keep in mind that these "designation numbers" do not indicate order of release. Many cover slick printing factories were used simultaneously, and it is possible that any pressing could be put with any record cover number depending on the record company's inventory at the time.
    The covers numbers indicated in this discography are only numbers that have been verified for a particular pressing. It is more than likely that other cover numbers will be found for those same pressings.

  4. Label text:
    In 1967 and early 1968, the text at the bottom edge of Tower Record labels read:
    "Mfd. in U.S.A."

    In August 1968, the text on Tower labels was changed to read:

    "Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc."

    In approximately mid-1969, the text on Tower labels was changed to read:

    "Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A."

  5. Matrix Information: Matrix information is the letters and numbers etched into the vinyl near the label in the runoff groove at the end of each side of a record.
    Matrix information may show:
    1. Catalog number.
    2. Lacquer number.
    3. Record pressing plant.
    4. The engineer who cut the lacquer.
    The matrix information listed in this discography are not intended to be complete listings. They are known matrix numbers only.

  6. Record Pressing Plants: When the first Pink Floyd records were issued in the United States in 1967, Capitol Records were pressing records in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in Los Angeles, California, and in Jacksonville, Illinois.
    The particular plant that was used to press a certain album is indicated by the following symbols in the matrix of the record:
    1. A machine stamped triangle with the initials IAM indicates that the record was pressed at the Scranton, Pennsylvania plant.
    2. A star (*) indicates that the record was pressed at the Los Angeles, California plant.
    3. An 0, either stamped or hand written, indicates that the record was pressed at the Jacksonville, Illinois plant.


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Tower Releases

  1. Singles

    1. Arnold Layne / Candy and a Currant Bun
      1. Tower Records West Coast issue
      2. Tower Records East Coast issue
    2. See Emily Play / The Scarecrow
      1. Tower Records West Coast issue
      2. Tower Records East Coast issue
    3. Flaming / The Gnome
      1. Tower Records West Coast issue
      2. Tower Records East Coast issue
    4. It Would Be So Nice / Julia Dream
    5. See Emily Play / The Scarecrow (Tower Records promo reissue)
    6. Let There Be More Light / Remember a Day

  2. Albums

    1. Pink Floyd (aka Piper at the Gates of Dawn)
      1. Tower Records 1st issue
        1. West Coast mono 1st issue
        2. West Coast stereo 1st issue
        3. East Coast mono 1st issue
        4. East Coast stereo 1st issue
      2. Tower Records 2nd issue
      3. Tower Records 3rd issue
      4. Tower Records 4th issue
    2. A Saucerful of Secrets
      1. Tower Records 1st issue
        1. Tower Records West Coast 1st issue
        2. Tower Records East Coast 1st issue
      2. Tower Records 2nd issue
        1. Tower Records West Coast 2nd issue
        2. Tower Records East Coast 2nd issue
      3. Tower Records 3rd issue
      4. Tower Records 4th issue (Record Club)
    3. More
      1. Tower Records 1st issue
        1. Tower Records West Coast issue promo
        2. Tower Records West Coast issue
        3. Tower Records East Coast issue
      2. Tower Records 2nd issue
      3. Tower Records 3rd issue

    4. Samplers

      1. Tower Demonstration Album for September
      2. Underground (1st issue)
      3. Underground (2nd issue)

    5. Cassettes

      1. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
      2. A Saucerful of Secrets
      3. More
      4. Underground Sampler

    6. 8 Track Tapes

      1. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
      2. A Saucerful of Secrets
      3. More
      4. Underground Sampler


Tower Records Singles


Arnold Layne title sleeve
(West Coast issue)

Songs: Arnold Layne / Candy and a Currant Bun (West Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: Title sleeve.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 333
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) X-61273 T-333 R-953 / X-61274 T-333 R-954 (both written)
Pressing Plant: Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
Release Date: April 24, 1967 (A promo copy was found with a date-received stamp of "APR 29 REC" put on the PS by a radio station.)
Release Information: Issued both with, and without, a title sleeve. Title sleeves were issued with both promo and stock copies.
Counterfeits: The white label promo copy of this single with sleeve has been counterfeited. Also, copies of just the title sleeve have been reproduced, unauthorized, in a limited numbered edition, with each sleeve bearing a stamped number in the lower left corner of the back of the sleeve.
Description:
Front Cover: Pink sleeve with title "The Light Kings of England, Roger, Nick, Syd, Rick, THE PINK FLOYD, Their Latest Smash, ARNOLD LAYNE."
Back Cover: Pink sleeve with title "The Light Kings of England, Roger, Nick, Syd, Rick, THE PINK FLOYD, Their Latest Smash, ARNOLD LAYNE."
Labels (promo): White Tower Records promo labels with no text across bottom edge of label, a sans serif font "A" on side 1 above the Tower logo, "PROMOTIONAL" underneath the Tower logo on left side of spindle hole, and "NOT FOR SALE" underneath the publishing information on the right side of spindle hole.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. Production credits at the bottom center of the labels.
The Tower label for this copy has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and the word "tower" written across the top right of the T in white.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Southern Music
Publishing
ASCAP-2:52
333
(45-X61273)

Underneath the spindle hole is says:
THE PINK FLOYD
Produced by Joe Boyd for
Blackhill Enterprises
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"Mfd. in U.S.A."



Arnold Layne title sleeve
(East Coast issue)

Songs: Arnold Layne / Candy and a Currant Bun (East Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: Title sleeve.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 333
Pressing Plant: Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Release Date: April 24, 1967
Release Information: Issued both with, and without, a title sleeve.
Description:
Front Cover: Pink sleeve with title "The Light Kings of England, Roger, Nick, Syd, Rick, THE PINK FLOYD, Their Latest Smash, ARNOLD LAYNE."
Back Cover: Pink sleeve with title "The Light Kings of England, Roger, Nick, Syd, Rick, THE PINK FLOYD, Their Latest Smash, ARNOLD LAYNE."
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. Production credits underneath the catalog number on the right side.
The Tower label for this copy has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and the word "tower" written across the top right of the T in white.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Southern Music
Publishing
Company, Inc.
ASCAP-2:52
333
(45-X61273)
Recorded
in England
Produced by:
Joe Boyd for
Blackhill
Enterprises

Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"Mfd. in U.S.A."



See Emily Play picture sleeve
(West Coast issue)

Songs: See Emily Play / The Scarecrow (West Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: Picture sleeve.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 356
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 61461 T-356 R-1126 / 61462 T-356 R-1127 (both written)
Pressing Plant: Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
Release Dates: July 24, 1967
Promo copies of the record have been found with a date-received stamp of "July 31, 1967."
Promo copies of the picture sleeve have been found with a date-received stamp of "August 14, 1967" on the picture sleeve.
A stock copy of the second label issue was found with the purchase date "9/25/67" written on the label.
Release Information: Original issue. Released with a picture sleeve for both promo and stock copies.
Counterfeits: The white label promo copy of this single with sleeve has been counterfeited. These counterfeits, which have been found both with and without a picture sleeve, are believed to have originated from the Northeast U.S. in the mid-1980s, and were likely produced by the same people who counterfeited the John Lennon Cold Turkey picture sleeve, and the Beatles Why sleeve on MGM.
Description:
Front Cover: Pink sleeve with a black and white picture from the Piper LP photo session, and the words "The Pink Floyd, See Emily Play," and the Tower Records logo at the top.
Back Cover: Pink sleeve with Melody Maker Pop 30 list. Pink Floyd-See Emily Play at number 10.
Labels (promo): White Tower label with no text across bottom edge of label, and a sans serif font "A" above the T logo on the left side of the label. The left part of the A lines up with the vertical line of the T. The word "PROMOTIONAL" is printed underneath the T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, and the words "NOT FOR SALE" are printed underneath the publishing information on the right side of the spindle hole.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. "Essex Music, Inc." on one line at the top of the credits.
The Tower label for this copy has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and the word "tower" written across the top right of the T in white.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex Music, Inc.
ASCAP-2:55
356
(45-61461)
Produced by
Norman Smith
Underneath the spindle hole is says:
THE PINK FLOYD
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"Mfd. in U.S.A."



See Emily Play picture sleeve
(East Coast issue)

Songs: See Emily Play / The Scarecrow (East Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: Picture sleeve.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 356
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 45-61461-P1 / 45-61462-P1 (both written) [IAM stamped inside a triangle]
Pressing Plant: Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Release Dates: July 24, 1967
Release Information: Original issue. Released with a picture sleeve for both promo and stock copies.
Description:
Front Cover: Pink sleeve with a black and white picture from the Piper LP photo session, and the words "The Pink Floyd, See Emily Play," and the Tower Records logo at the top.
Back Cover: Pink sleeve with Melody Maker Pop 30 list. Pink Floyd-See Emily Play at number 10.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. "Essex Music, Inc." on two lines at the top of the credits.
The Tower label for this copy has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and the word "tower" written across the top right of the T in white.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex
Music, Inc.
ASCAP-2:55
356
(45-61461)
Produced by:
Norman Smith
Underneath the spindle hole is says:
THE PINK FLOYD
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"MFD. IN U.S.A."


Songs: Flaming / The Gnome (West Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: None.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 378
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 61544 X-5411 / 61548 X-5412 (both written) (promo)
Pressing Plant: Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
Release Date: November 2, 1967
Release Information: Mono mixes.
Description:
Labels (promo): White Tower label with no text across bottom edge of label. The word "PROMOTIONAL" is printed underneath the T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, and the words "NOT FOR SALE" are printed underneath the publishing information on the right side of the spindle hole.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. "Essex Music, Inc." on one line at the top of the credits.
The Tower label has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white. Above the spindle hole are the song titles. Underneath The Gnome is written: From Tower Album #5093 "Pink Floyd", and under this is the writing credit, (Barrett). On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex Music, Inc.
BMI-2:44
378
(45-X-61544)
NOT FOR SALE
Underneath the spindle hole is says:
PINK FLOYD

Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"MFD. IN U.S.A."


Songs: Flaming / The Gnome (East Coast issue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: None.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 378
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 45-61544-P1 / 45-61548-P1 (both written)
Pressing Plant: Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Release Date: November 2, 1967
Release Information: Mono mixes.
Description:
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. "Essex Music, Inc." on two lines at the top of the credits.
The Tower label has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and the word "tower" written in white across the top of the T. Above the spindle hole are the song titles, Flaming / The Gnome, underneath which is the writing credit (Barrett).
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex
Music, Inc.
BMI-2:44
378
(45-X-61544)
Underneath the spindle hole is says:
PINK FLOYD
Recorded in England
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"MFD. IN U.S.A."


Songs: It Would Be So Nice / Julia Dream
Picture/Title Sleeve: None.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 426
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 62114 T-426 X-6062 / 62115 T-426 X-6061 (both written) (promo)
Release Date: June 3, 1968
Description:
Labels (promo): White Tower label with no text across bottom edge of label, and a serif font "A" above the T logo on the left side of the label. The left part of the A lines up with the vertical line of the O. The word "PROMOTIONAL" is printed underneath the T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, and the words "NOT FOR SALE" are printed underneath the publishing information on the right side of the spindle hole.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels.
The Tower label has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white. Above the spindle hole are the song titles.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex Music, Inc.
ASCAP-3:10
426
(45-X62114)

Text around bottom edge of label starts at 6 o'clock and says:
"MFD. IN U.S.A."



See Emily Play promo reissue title sleeve

Songs: See Emily Play / The Scarecrow (Tower Records promo reissue)
Picture/Title Sleeve: Title sleeve.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 356
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) X 6321 61461 T-356 R-1126 / X 6322 61462 T-356 R-1127 (both written)
Release Information: A promo reissue of the record See Emily Play by Pink Floyd.
Release Date: July 1968
Description:
Front Cover: The promo title sleeve reads:
THE PINK FLOYD
See Emily Play
Everything is a matter of timing. This record was released almost one year ago in England and made Top 5. Tower released it here at the same time. No action.
Now is the time to release See Emily Play.
That's what we have been hearing from many of the country's top P.D's and D.J.'s, as well as several music reviewers.
We hope they're right.
We're re-releasing the record.
Will you play it?
Back Cover: Blank white back cover.
Labels (promo): White Tower Records promotional labels.
The Tower label has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, and a serif font "A" above the horizontal crossing line of the T. Underneath the T logo is printed the word "PROMOTIONAL."
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex Music, Inc.
ASCAP-2:55
356
(45 61461)
Underneath the publishing information are printed the words "NOT FOR SALE"
Underneath the spindle hole it says "
THE PINK FLOYD
Produced by Norman Smith
Text across bottom edge of label says:
"Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc."


Songs: Let There Be More Light / Remember a Day
Picture/Title Sleeve: None.
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: Tower 440
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) 62144 T-440 X-6193 / 62145 T-440 X-6194 (both written)
Release Date: August 19, 1968
Release Information: Edited versions of both songs, with slightly different mixes.
Description:
Labels (promo #1): White Tower Records label with no text across bottom edge of label, and a serif font "A" above the T logo on the left side of the label. The word "PROMOTIONAL" is printed underneath the T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, and the words "NOT FOR SALE" are printed underneath the publishing information on the right side of the spindle hole.
Labels (promo #2): White Tower Records label with no text across bottom edge of label, and a serif font "A" above the T logo on the left side of the label. The word "PROMOTIONAL" is printed underneath the T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, and the words "NOT FOR SALE" are printed underneath the publishing information on the right side of the spindle hole. The "A" on side A has been raised up above the T.
Labels: Brown Tower Records labels. "Essex Music, Inc." on one line at the top of the credits.
The Tower label has a T logo on the left side of the spindle hole, with a ® under the left side of the T, the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white. Above the spindle hole are the song titles.
On the right side of the spindle hole is printed:

Essex Music, Inc.
ASCAP-3:00
440
(45-X62144)
Produced by
Norman Smith
Underneath the spindle hole is says:
PINK FLOYD
Recorded in England

Text around bottom edge of label starts at 7 o'clock and says:
"Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc."


Tower Records Albums

Pink Floyd
aka
Piper at the Gates of Dawn


Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records West Coast 1st issue mono

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records West Coast 1st issue mono)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: T 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
1) T-1-5093 S-1569 / T-2-5093 S-1570 (both written)
Release Date: October 21, 1967
Release Information: Original mono issue. Pressed in Los Angeles for distribution to outlets in the western United States. The mono mixes of the songs were done at a different time and are different than the stereo mixes. This mono release was simultaneous with the release of the stereo version. Pressed by Rainbo Records of Los Angeles for Capitol Records. Label typesetting was by Alco Research & Engineering.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "Promotional Records" stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover. The song title Chapter 24 is misspelled on the label.
Songs:
Side 1: See Emily Play, Pow R. Toc H., Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother.
Side 2: The Scarecrow, The Gnome, Chapter 24, Interstellar Overdrive.
Note: Tower Records altered the songs on the album from the original British release to include their single See Emily Play, and dropped the songs Astronomy Domine, Flaming and Bike from the record. Also, names of the songs Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 6
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Record logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

MONO

T-5093

Both the words MONO and the catalog number are in a medium bold type size. To the right is a large number 1, indicating the side.
On Side 1, the song title for the song See Emily Play is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. The song titles are in a bold font, followed by (ASCAP) and the song timings in a regular font. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records West Coast 1st issue stereo

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records West Coast 1st issue stereo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-1-5093 S-1546 / ST-2-5093 S-1547 (both written)
Release Date: October 21, 1967
Release Information: Original stereo issue. Pressed in Los Angeles for distribution to outlets in the western United States. This is the U.S. version of the album, Piper at the Gates of Dawn, with some songs replaced by others and the songs in a different order. Pressed by Rainbo Records of Los Angeles for Capitol Records. Label typesetting was by Alco Research & Engineering.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "Promotional Records" stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover. The song title Chapter 24 is misspelled on the label.
Songs:
Side 1: See Emily Play, Pow R. Toc H., Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother.
Side 2: The Scarecrow, The Gnome, Chapter 24, Interstellar Overdrive.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 6 or 14
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels #1: Brown Tower labels. No songwriting credit under Matilda Mother on side 1. Side number is next to STEREO.
Labels #2 (error): Brown Tower labels. Barrett songwriting credit has been added under Matilda Mother on side 1. Mono catalog number on side 2.
Labels #3: Brown Tower labels. Barrett songwriting credit under Matilda Mother on side 1. Side number is next to catalog number.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Record logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5093

Both the words STEREO and the catalog number are in a medium bold type size (spacing between the two varies). To the right is a large number 1, indicating the side.
On Side 1, the song title for the song See Emily Play is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. The song titles are in a bold font, followed by (ASCAP) and the song timings in a regular font. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records East Coast 1st issue mono

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records East Coast 1st issue mono)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: T 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
1) T1-5093-G2 / T2-5093-F1 (both written) [IAM]
2) T1-5093-G2 / T2-5093-G3 (both written) [IAM]
Release Date: October 21, 1967
Release Information: Original mono issue. Pressed in Scranton, Pennsylvania for distribution to outlets in the eastern United States. The mono mixes of the songs were done at a different time and are different than the stereo mixes.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "Promotional Records" stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover.
Songs:
Side 1: See Emily Play, Pow R. Toc H., Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother.
Side 2: The Scarecrow, The Gnome, Chapter 24, Interstellar Overdrive.
Note: Tower Records altered the songs on the album from the original British release to include their single See Emily Play, and dropped the songs Astronomy Domine, Flaming and Bike from the record. Also, names of the songs Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 2
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

T-5093
(T1-5093)

The catalog number is in a medium type size, and the matrix number is in a smaller type size. To the right of both the catalog number and matrix number is a large number 1, indicating the side.
The song titles and composer credits are all in small font size with the song titles in all caps. The song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole, including the song title See Emily Play. To the right of the song titles is (ASCAP-song timing). Underneath the song titles are the writing credits.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records East Coast 1st issue stereo

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records East Coast 1st issue stereo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
1) ST-1-5093-A1 / ST-2-5093-B2 (both written)
2) ST1-5093-A1 / ST2-5093-B2 (both written) [IAM]
3) ST1-5093-B2 / ST2-5093-B2 (both written) [IAM]
Release Date: October 21, 1967
Release Information: Original stereo issue. Pressed in Scranton, Pennsylvania for distribution to outlets in the eastern United States.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "Promotional Records" stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover.
Songs:
Side 1: See Emily Play, Pow R. Toc H., Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother.
Side 2: The Scarecrow, The Gnome, Chapter 24, Interstellar Overdrive.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 2
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Record logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5093
(ST1-5093)

The word STEREO is in a large type size, ST-5093 is about half the size of the word STEREO, and (ST1-5093) is in a small type size. There is a 1, indicating the side number, to the right of the catalog and matrix numbers in the same size as STEREO.
The song titles and composer credits are all in regular font. The song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole, including the song title See Emily Play. To the right of the song titles is (ASCAP-song timing). Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records 2nd issue stereo

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records 2nd issue stereo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-1-5093 S-1546 / ST-2-5093 S-1547 (both written)
Release Information: Second stereo issue. Pressed by Rainbo Records of Los Angeles for Capitol Records.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 6
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Record logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5093

Both the words STEREO and the catalog number are in a medium bold type size (spacing between the two varies). To the right is a large number 1, indicating the side.
On Side 1, the song title for the song See Emily Play is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. The song titles are in a bold font, followed by (ASCAP) and the song timings in a regular font. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records 3rd issue stereo

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records 3rd issue stereo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Rainbo Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-1-5093 S-1546 / ST-2-5093 S-1547 (both written)
Release Information: Third stereo issue with new text across the bottom edge of the label. Pressed by Rainbo Records of Los Angeles for Capitol Records.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on both the labels and cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: 6
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Record logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5093

Both the words STEREO and the catalog number are in a medium bold type size (spacing between the two varies). To the right is a large number 1, indicating the side.
On Side 1, the song title for the song See Emily Play is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. The song titles are in a bold font, followed by (ASCAP) and the song timings in a regular font. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc.



Pink Floyd LP
Tower Records 4th issue stereo

Title: Pink Floyd (Tower Records 4th issue stereo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5093
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Winchester, Virginia
1) ST-1-5093-P1 / ST-2-5093-P1 (both written) [−<] (back cover number: none or 14)
B) Capitol Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-1-5093-F4- / ST-2-5093-F4- (both written) [* 1] (back cover number 2 or 18)
C) Capitol Records, Jacksonville, Illinois
1) ST1 5093 F5 #1 / ST2 5093 H6 #1 (both written) (back cover number 9)
Release Date: 1969
Release Information: Fourth stereo issue with striped Tower labels.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the letters "D.J." stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Note: The song titles for Pow R. Toc H., and Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk are misspelled on the back cover.
Songs:
Side 1: See Emily Play, Pow R. Toc H., Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother.
Side 2: The Scarecrow, The Gnome, Chapter 24, Interstellar Overdrive.
Description:
Front Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Record logo. In the bottom center it says "Pink Floyd."
Back Cover: Syd Barrett drawing with album title, credits, and song titles. In the upper right corner are the catalog number and the Tower Records logo. At the bottom right is a number.
Back Cover Number: Found with a 2, a 9, or a 14.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Striped Tower labels with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo and the words "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

Stereo
ST-5093
(ST 1-5093)

Side 1

The word Stereo is in a medium bold font size, and the catalog and matrix numbers are in a smaller bold font size.
The song titles are in a bold font and are grouped together under the spindle hole, including the song title See Emily Play. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits, ASCAP, and the song timings.
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.


A Saucerful of Secrets


A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records West Coast 1st issue

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records West Coast 1st issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5131
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST 1-5131 / ST 2-5131 (both written)
Release Date: July 27, 1968
Release Information: Original issue. Pressed in Los Angeles for distribution to outlets in the western United States. David Gilmour's name is misspelled "Gilmore" on both the cover credits and on the label.
Timings (side 1 / side 2): 19:17 / 19:00
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Back Cover Number: 6
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower label with song titles in a large bold font.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo with the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white.
Above the spindle hole it says "A Saucerful of Secrets" and "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5131

The words STEREO and ST-5131 are in a large bold type size. There is a large 1, indicating the side number, to the right of the catalog and matrix numbers in a larger size than STEREO. On some issues, the words STEREO and ST-5131 are separated by a space.
On Side 1, the song title, credits, and timing for the song, Let There Be More Light, is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. To the right of the song title is the song timing. Underneath the song titles are the writing credit, and Essex Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Beneath the song listings it says "Produced by: Norman Smith" and "Recorded in England."
Text around the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records East Coast 1st issue

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records East Coast 1st issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5131
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
1) ST1-5131-A1 / ST2-5131-B2 (both written) [IAM]
2) ST1-5131-B2 / ST2-5131-A1 (both written) [IAM]
Release Date: July 27, 1968
Release Information: Original issue. Pressed in Scranton, Pennsylvania for distribution to outlets in the eastern United States. Released only in stereo in the United States. David Gilmour's name is misspelled "Gilmore" on both the cover credits and on the label.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "D.J." stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Back Cover Number: None.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower labels.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo.
Above the spindle hole it says "PINK FLOYD."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5131
(ST1-5131)

The word STEREO is in a large type size, ST-5131 is about half the size of the word STEREO, and (ST1-5131) is in a small type size. There is a 1, indicating the side number, to the right of the catalog and matrix numbers in the same size as STEREO.
The song titles are all in regular font under the spindle hole. The ASCAP-song timing is either under the song title, or to the right of the song title, depending on the length of the title. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits in a regular font.
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records West Coast 2nd issue

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records West Coast 2nd issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5131
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST 1-5131 / ST 2-5131 (both written)
2) ST-5139 A3 B10983 / ST 2-5131 (both written) (mispress with Wild in the Streets soundtrack on side 1)
3) ST 1-5139 A3 B 10983 / ST 2-5139 A3 B10984 (both written) (mispress with Wild in the Streets soundtrack on both sides) [CN 6]
Release Date: Late 1968 / early 1969
Release Information: Second West Coast issue. Pressed in Los Angeles for distribution to outlets in the western United States. New text across the bottom edge of the label. David Gilmour's name is misspelled "Gilmore" on both the cover credits and on the label.
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Back Cover Number: Found with none, or a 6.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower label with song titles in a large bold font.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo with the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white.
Above the spindle hole it says "A Saucerful of Secrets" and "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO
ST-5131

The words STEREO and ST-5131 are in a large bold type size. There is a large 1, indicating the side number, to the right of the catalog and matrix numbers in a larger size than STEREO. On some issues, the words STEREO and ST-5131 are separated by a space.
On Side 1, the song title, credits, and timing for the song, Let There Be More Light, is above the spindle hole, while the rest of the song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. On Side 2, all the song titles are underneath the spindle hole. To the right of the song title is the song timing. Underneath the song titles are the writing credit, and Essex Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Beneath the song listings it says "Produced by: Norman Smith" and "Recorded in England."
Text around the bottom edge of the label says:
Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc.



A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records East Coast 2nd issue

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records East Coast 2nd issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5131
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
1) ST1-5131-A1 / ST2-5131-A1 (both written)
2) ST1-5131-A1 / ST2-5131-B2 (both written) [IAM]
3) ST1-5131-B2 / ST2-5131-A1 (both written) [IAM]
4) ST1-5131-B2 / ST2-5131-B2 (both written) [IAM]
Release Date: Late 1968 / early 1969
Release Information: Second East Coast issue. Pressed in Scranton, Pennsylvania for distribution to outlets in the eastern United States. David Gilmour's name is misspelled "Gilmore" on both the cover credits and on the label.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the words "D.J." stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Back Cover Number: None.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Brown Tower label with text in a very small font.
To the left of the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo with the word "tower" written across the top of the T in white.
Above the spindle hole it says "A Saucerful of Secrets" and "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO

ST-5131
(ST1-5131)
SIDE 1

The word STEREO is in a large type size, ST-5131 and (ST1-5093) are about half the size of the word STEREO, and SIDE 1 is a little smaller.
All the song titles on both sides are grouped together under the spindle hole. Underneath the song titles are ASCAP-, the song timing, and the writing credit. Beneath the song listing it says "Produced by: Norman Smith" and "Recorded in England."
Text across the bottom edge of the label says:
Mfd. in U.S.A.



A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records 3rd issue

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records 3rd issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 5131
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Jacksonville, Illinois
1) ST-1-5131-F4 #1 / ST-2-5151-F4 #1 (both written) [0]
B) Capitol Records, Winchester, Virginia
2) ST-1-5131-F5 / ST-2-5151-F5 (both written) [−<]
Release Date: 1969
Release Information: Third issue with striped Tower Records labels. David Gilmour's name is misspelled "Gilmore" on both the cover credits and on the label.
The promo release of this album is identical in every respect except that it has the letters "D.J." stamped in large letters on the back cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Back Cover Number: 9, or none.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo and the words "A Saucerful of Secrets," and "Pink Floyd."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

Stereo
ST-5131
(ST 1-5131)
Side 1

The word Stereo is in a medium bold font size, and the catalog and matrix numbers are in a smaller bold font size. The word Side is in the same font size as Stereo, and the 1 is larger.
The song titles are grouped together under the spindle hole. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits, ASCAP, and the song timings.
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



A Saucerful of Secrets LP
Tower Records 4th issue
Record Club edition

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records 4th issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST 2 5131
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) ST 25131A 1 2 / ST 2 2531 H1 2 (side 1 stamped, side 2 written)
Release Information: Fourth issue with striped Tower Records labels. Record Club edition with a "2" prefix before the catalog number.
Description:
Front Cover: Hipgnosis cover with "pink floyd" across the top. In the upper right corner is the catalog number. At the top right underneath "pink floyd" it says "STEREO & Mono Phonographs." In the bottom right corner is the Tower Records logo.
Back Cover: Song titles. Catalog number.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower Records logo and the words "A Saucerful of Secrets," and "Pink Floyd."
To the left of the spindle hole it says: "STEREO."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

ST-2-5131
(ST-1-2-5131)
Side 1

Text around bottom edge of label says:
Manufactured under license from Capitol Records, Inc., Hollywood and Vine Streets, Hollywood, California.


More


More LP
Tower Records West Coast issue promo

Title: More (Tower Records West Coast issue promo)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5169
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-5169-1 H1 B-11326 / ST-5169-2 H1 B-11327 (both written)
Release Date: August 1969
Release Information: Promo release in stereo. The promo release of this album has the letters "D.J." stamped inside a square box in large black letters on the back cover. Additionally, the promo release has the words "PROMOTIONAL NOT FOR SALE" printed on the label to the left of the spindle hole (this is the only Tower release with a printed promo label).
Description:
Front Cover: Windmill scene from the movie. In the upper left corner is the catalog number. The words "original motion picture soundtrack MORE played and composed by the pink floyd" at top center. The Tower logo is in the lower left corner.
Back Cover: Scene of the couple from the movie with credits, song titles and the Tower Records logo in the upper right corner. Number hand written in white in the lower right corner.
Back Cover Number: 18
Spine: Black spine with album title and catalog number. The top and bottom spines are white.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower logo and the words Soundtrack from the film "More" and "PINK FLOYD."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO

ST-5169

The side number is in a wide large bold font size to the right of, and in between, STEREO and the catalog number.
The word Stereo is in a medium bold font size, and the catalog numbers are in a smaller wide bold font size.
To the left of the spindle hole are the words "PROMOTIONAL NOT FOR SALE" printed on the label.
Under the spindle hole are the list of song titles followed by the timing. Under each song title is the writing credit. At the bottom of the label it reads "All Selections Published by TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp. - ASCAP. Produced by Pink Floyd. Recorded in England."
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



More LP
Tower Records West Coast 1st issue

Title: More (Tower Records West Coast 1st issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5169
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Los Angeles, California
1) ST-5169-1 H1 B-11326 / ST-5169-2 H1 B-11327 (both written)
Release Information: Original West Coast issue. Pressed in Los Angeles for distribution to outlets in the western United States.
Release Date: August 1969
Description:
Front Cover: Windmill scene from the movie. In the upper left corner is the catalog number. The words "original motion picture soundtrack MORE played and composed by the pink floyd" at top center. The Tower logo is in the lower left corner.
Back Cover: Scene of the couple from the movie with credits, song titles and the Tower Records logo in the upper right corner. Number hand written in white in the lower right corner.
Back Cover Number: 18
Spine: Black spine with album title and catalog number. The top and bottom spines are white.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower logo and the words "Soundtrack from the film "More" PINK FLOYD."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

STEREO

ST-5169

The side number is in a wide large bold font size to the right of, and in between, STEREO and the catalog number.
The word Stereo is in a medium bold font size, and the catalog numbers are in a smaller wide bold font size.
Under the spindle hole are the list of song titles followed by the timing. Under each song title is the writing credit. At the bottom of the label it reads "All Selections Published by TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp. - ASCAP. Produced by Pink Floyd. Recorded in England."
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



More LP
Tower Records East Coast 1st issue

Title: More (Tower Records East Coast 1st issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5169
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Scranton, Pennsylvania
1) ST1-5169-A2 / ST2-5169-A2 (both written) [IAM]
2) ST1-5169-A2 / ST2-5169-W1 (both written) [IAM]
Release Information: Original East Coast issue. Pressed in Scranton, Pennsylvania for distribution to outlets in the eastern United States. Different label design. Promo copies have a white promo sticker on the back cover with red text that says ":PROMOTION-Not For Sale."
Description:
Front Cover: Windmill scene from the movie. In the upper left corner is the catalog number. The words "original motion picture soundtrack MORE played and composed by the pink floyd" at top center. The Tower logo is in the lower left corner.
Back Cover: Scene of the couple from the movie with credits, song titles, and the catalog number and Tower Records logo in the upper right corner. There is no number at the bottom of the cover.
Back Cover Number: None.
Spine: Black spine with album title and catalog number. The top and bottom spines are white.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole is the Tower logo and the words "Soundtrack from the film "More" PINK FLOYD."
To the left of the spindle hole, and near the edge of the label not above the song titles, is "STEREO."
To the right of the spindle hole, near the edge of the label and not above the song timings, in a small font it says:

ST-5169
(ST 1-5169)

Side 1

The catalog number and side number are in a medium font size. The matrix number is in a small font size.
Under the spindle hole are the list of song titles in a small font, followed by ASCAP and the song timing. Underneath the song titles are the writing credits. At the bottom of the label it says " Recorded in England. Produced by The Pink Floyd."
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



More LP
Tower Records 2nd issue

Title: More (Tower Records 2nd issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5169
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Jacksonville, Illinois
1) ST1 5169 F4 #1 / ST2 5169 F4 #1 (both written) [0]
Release Information: Second issue with a different label design.
Description:
Front Cover: Windmill scene from the movie. In the upper left corner is the catalog number. The words "original motion picture soundtrack MORE played and composed by the pink floyd" at top center. The Tower logo is in the lower left corner.
Back Cover: Scene of the couple from the movie with credits, song titles, and the catalog number and Tower Records logo in the upper right corner. There is a number in the bottom right corner of the cover.
Back Cover Number: 9
Spine: Black spine with album title and catalog number. The top and bottom spines are white.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole are the Tower logo and the words "Soundtrack from the film "More" and PINK FLOYD."
To the left of the spindle hole, above the song titles, is "Stereo."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

ST-5169
(ST 1-5169)
Side 1

The catalog number is in a small bold font size, the matrix number is in a small normal font size, and the side number is in a large normal font size with the 1 even larger.
Under the spindle hole on side 1 are the list of song titles followed by the writing credit, ASCAP and the timing. One side 2, there are no writing credits with the song titles. Instead at the bottom of the label it says "All Selections Written by Waters Wright Gilmour Mason except * by Gilmour." At the bottom of the label it says "Produced by The Pink Floyd. Recorded in England."
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



More LP
Tower Records 3rd issue

Title: More (Tower Records 3rd issue)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5169
Pressing Plant & Stamper/Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
A) Capitol Records, Winchester, Virginia
1) ST-1-5169-H5 / ST-2-5169-H5 (both written) [−<]
Release Information: Third issue with a different label design.
Description:
Front Cover: Windmill scene from the movie. In the upper left corner is the catalog number. The words "original motion picture soundtrack MORE played and composed by the pink floyd" at top center. The Tower logo is in the lower left corner.
Back Cover: Scene of the couple from the movie with credits, song titles and the Tower Records logo in the upper right corner. There is a number in the bottom right corner of the cover.
Back Cover Numbers: None and 14
Spine: Black spine with album title and catalog number. The top and bottom spines are white.
Labels: Striped Tower label with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Above the spindle hole are the Tower logo and the words "Soundtrack from the film "More" and PINK FLOYD."
To the right of the spindle hole it says:

Stereo
ST-5169
(ST 1-5169)
Side 1

The word Stereo is in a medium bold font size, and the catalog and matrix numbers are in a smaller bold font size. Side 1 is in the same font size a Stereo.
On side 1, under the spindle hole are the list of song titles followed by the writing credit, ASCAP, and the song timings. On Side 2 under the spindle hole are the list of song titles, and under the song titles are the writing credits, ASCAP, and the song timings. At the bottom of the label it reads "Produced by Pink Floyd. Recorded in England."
Text around bottom edge of label says:
Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.


Tower Records Promotional Albums


Tower Demonstration Album For September
(blank white cover)

Title: Tower Demonstration Album For September
Songs: See Emily Play, The Scarecrow
Catalog Number: PRO 4409 / 4410
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) PRO-4409 F-1 / PRO-4410 F-1 (both written)
Release Information: Released September 1967 as a promotional sampler for radio stations only. This album was a white label promo album issued in a plain white jacket. Side 1 begins with See Emily Play and The Scarecrow. It appears that this album was rushed out as it contains an editing error. When the song See Emily Play ends, a couple of seconds of the beginning of the song Pow R. Toc H. can be heard before the next song begins.
Other artists on the record are Frankie Laine, Afro Latin Soultet, Harry Nilsson, Davie Allan & the Arrows, Kay Adams, Dick Curless, Pamela Miller, Cliffie Stone and the Country Hombres, and The Mugwump Establishment.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: White Tower promo labels.



Underground sampler
Tower Records 1st issue

Title: Underground (Tower Records 1st issue)
Pink Floyd Songs Included: See Emily Play and A Saucerful of Secrets
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5168
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) ST1-5168-B2 / ST2-5168-B2 (both written) [IAM]
Release Information: Original issue of the 1969 Tower Records Sampler LP with Pink Floyd, Chocolate Watchband, Jake Holmes, Them and Kim Fowley. The label incorrectly lists side 2, track 2 as "A Saucerful of Secrets," when it should be "Love Is Alive And Well" by Kim Foley.
Description:
Front Cover: Paintings of clouds and mushrooms by Chouinaro.
Back Cover: Song listing.
Spine: Black with title.
Labels: Striped Tower labels with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Text around bottom edge of label says:

Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.



Underground sampler
Tower Records 2nd issue

Title: Underground (Tower Records 2nd issue)
Pink Floyd Songs Included: See Emily Play and A Saucerful of Secrets
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: ST-5168
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) ST-1-5168-H-3 / ST-2-5168-H-3 (both written)
Release Information: Second issue of the 1969 Tower Records Sampler LP with Pink Floyd, Chocolate Watchband, Jake Holmes, Them and Kim Fowley. On this reissue, the label correctly lists the songs on the record.
Description:
Cover: Paintings of clouds and mushrooms by Chouinaro.
Labels: Striped Tower labels with alternate strips of blue, green, purple and orange.
Text around bottom edge of label says:

Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A.


Tower Records Cassette Tapes

Title: The Piper At The Gates of Dawn
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 580-5093
Release Information: Original issue. Manufactured for Tower Records by General Recorded Tape, Inc.
Description:
Cover: Piper kaleidoscope cover.


Title: A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower Records)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 580-5131
Release Information: Original issue. Manufactured for Tower Records by General Recorded Tape, Inc.
Description:
Cover: Hipgnosis cover art.



More CT
Tower Records 1st issue

Title: More (Tower Records)
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 580-5169 X
Release Date: 1969
Release Information: Manufactured for Tower Records by General Recorded Tape, Inc.
Description:
Case / Cover: White case with cover glued on. Cover has windmill picture from the movie. Song titles in white box at bottom. Tower Records logo above picture.
Shell: Off-white shell with green/blue GRT/Tower labels.
Songs:
Side 1: Cirrus Minor, Crying Song, Up The Khyber, Ibiza Bar, Quicksilver, A Spanish Piece.
Side 2: The Nile Song, Green Is The Colour, Cymbaline, Party Sequence, Main Theme, More Blues, Dramatic Theme.



Underground Sampler cassette

Title: Underground
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 580-5168
Release Information: Cassette manufactured by GRT. Features the Pink Floyd songs, See Emily Play, and A Saucerful of Secrets.
Program A - Pink Floyd-A Saucerful Of Secrets, Pink Floyd-See Emily Play, Jake Holmes-Genuine Imitation of Life, Them-Waltz of the Flies, Kim Fowley-War Games
Program B - Chocolate Watch Band-Gone & Passes By, Chocolate Watch Band-I Don't Need No Doctor, Jake Holmes-Leaves Never Break, Kim Fowley-Love is Alive and Well, Them Square Room
Description:
Cover: Paintings of clouds and mushrooms by Chouinaro.


Tower Records 8 Track Tapes


The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Tower Records
8 track tape

Title: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 880-5093
Release Information: Manufactured by GRT.
Description:
Cover: Kaleidoscope picture of the band.
Tape: White with cover picture and track listing.
Programs:
Program A - See Emily Play, Take Up My Stethoscope and Walk, The Gnome
Program B - Lucifer Sam, Matilda Mother, The Scarecrow
Program C - Pow R. Toc H., Chapter 24
Program D - Interstellar Overdrive



A Saucerful of Secrets
Tower Records
8 track tape in slip case

Title: A Saucerful of Secrets
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Numbers:
4-track: 480-5131
8-track: 880-5131
Release Information: Manufactured by GRT.
Description:
Cover: Hipgnosis cover.
Tape: White with cover picture and track listing.
Programs:
Program A - A Saucerful Of Secrets
Program B - A Saucerful Of Secrets (concl), See Saw, Jugband Blues
Program C - Let There Be More Light, Corporal Clegg
Program D - Remember A Day, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun



More
Tower Records

Title: More
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 880-5169
Release Information: Manufactured by GRT.
Description:
Cover: A windmill.
Programs:
Program A - Cirrus Minor, Crying Song, Up The Khyber
Program B - Ibiza Bar, Quicksilver, A Spanish Piece
Program C - The Nile Song, Green Is The Color, Cymbaline
Program D - Party Sequence, Main Theme, More Blues, Dramatic Theme



Underground Sampler
Tower Records
8 track tape in slip case

Title: Underground Sampler
Record Company: Tower Records
Catalog Number: 880-5168
Release Information: Manufactured by GRT. Issued in a slip case. Features the Pink Floyd songs, See Emily Play, and A Saucerful of Secrets.
Description:
Cover: Paintings of clouds and mushrooms by Chouinaro.
Programs:
Program A - Pink Floyd-A Saucerful Of Secrets
Program B - Pink Floyd-See Emily Play, Jake Holmes-Genuine Imitation of Life, Them-Waltz of the Flies, Kim Fowley-War Games
Program C - Chocolate Watch Band-Gone & Passes By, Chocolate Watch Band-I Don't Need No Doctor, Jake Holmes-Leaves Never Break
Program D - Kim Fowley-Love is Alive and Well, Them-Square Room