|Saturday Nite Special - A-side Label (on 78)||Saturday Nite Special - B-side Label (on 78)|
|Saturday Nite Special - The 78 Disc||Saturday Nite Special - The 78 Sleeve|
|Saturday Nite Special - 7inch Front Cover||Saturday Nite Special - 7inch Rear Cover|
|The Beatles Contribution:||Ringo brought the single to Apple for release.|
|Catalogue No.||APPLE 44|
|Release Date||17th November 1972|
|U.K. Singles Chart Detail :||Did NOT Chart.|
The Sundown Playboys were a French-language cajun band from Louisiana.
There are no Production credits on either side record label.
Originally released as a 7" single with a picture sleeve.
This scarce recording was also issued by Apple Records as a very rare TEN INCH vinyl disc playing at 78 rpm.
The original disc was issued in a very limited quantity on the custom Apple label with 'Mfd in U.K.' label text.
The 10" vinyl disc came in a pink and white printed sleeve as can be seen above.
Note that Morrisey recorded a version of the A-side for his DMC - "Under The Influence" album.
To see where this single release sits in the apple releases, see the Apple Records Single Listing.