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Between 1960 and 1987, Capitol Records of Canada issued the unique 6000 series of LP records for the Canadian market. The series encompasses the very best of Canadian popular music of the era, as well as an incredibly broad range of the very best European and American EMI artists tailored for the unique tastes of the Canadian record buying public, including The Beatles early and later Canadian-only releases.

The 6000 series was boosted initially by Paul White and its decline in the 1980s coincided with the arrival of the «global format» compact disc and has become famous among music collectors worldwide.







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SERIAL NUMBER ARTIST TITLE
T-6000 Freddy Gardner The Unforgettable
Some covers were laminated while other copies had "regular" covers, no dot on the top right, vertical label. The cover has a different printer's logo that looks like an old version of the Parr's logo; 1960. The record was housed in a white and gold "a word about stereo" inner sleeve.

British reed player, instrumentals, 4 cuts per side all taken from old 78s.

NOTE: two versions of the cover exist; early versions have the title text «Freddy Gardner»
in multi-colour text, and was changed to all red text because it was difficult to read.
6000 lp
T-6001 Ruby Murray Endearing Young Charms
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6002 George Formby When I’m Cleaning Windows
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6003 The Glasgow Orpheus Choir Same -Conducted By Sir Hugh Roberton
Issued on July 1961. Vertical label, no dot on the top seem. Re-issued on budget series in 1970s as M-6003 on yellow label - The sleeve uses the new rounded Capitol logo
6000 lp
T-6004 US Air Force Drum Bugle Corps Searchlight Tattoo
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6005 Matt Monro Love Is The Same Anywhere
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6006 Peter Dawson (Bass Baritone) A Life Of Song
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6007 The Glasgow Orpheus Choir Volume II
Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6008 Eddie Calvert Vive La Piaf!
same sleeve as UK Columbia LP, Vertical label, no dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6009 Josef Locke Goodbye And Other Famous Songs
Vertical label format, first appearance of the dot on the top seem in the 6000 series. Gold/white «...a word about HIGH FIDELITY» inner sleeve, loose plastic wrap.
6009 lp
T-6010 The George Mitchell Minstrels Your Minstrel Sing Along Show
Vertical label, dot on the top seem
T-6011 The Billy Cotton Band Show Wakey Wakey
Vertical label, dot on the top seem
W-6012 Lois Marshall Lois Marshall Sings Folk Songs
Vertical label, dot on the top seem. (this is a re-issue)
6012 lp
T-6013 Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence (aka «Noel And Gertie») Scenes And Songs From Private Lives ...
Dot on top seem, Vertical label. EMI Vault date: June 8, 1962 - Includes Mad Dogs & Englishmen.
T-6014 Brendan O’Dowda With Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra By Special Request
Vertical label, No dot on the top seem
T-6015 Django Reinhardt Stephane Grappelli Django And Stephane Originals
Vertical label, No dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6016 Joan Hammond Oh My Beloved Daddy
Vertical label format, No dot on the top seem. gold/white «...a word about HIGH FIDELITY» inner sleeve, loose plastic wrap, Opera arias; Puccini,Dvorak. pictured here is a reissue on the later, more common label.
6016 lp
T-6017 Peter Dawson (Bass Baritone) The Boys Of The Old Brigade / A Song For Everyone
Last 6000 series issue with the Vertical label, No dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6018 Ruby Murray Irish And Proud Of It
This LP is the first to have the label formats switch from the «vertical» Capitol label format with the Capitol logo at the left hand side to the regular black/rainbow format with the Capitol logo at the top of the label, No dot on the top seem.
6000 lp
(S)T-6019 Frank Bogart,His Piano & Orchestra Society Dance Date
Canadian recording. ++THIS WAS THE FIRST STEREO RELEASE ON THE 6000 SERIES)++ . No dot on the top seem
6000 LP
(S)T-6020 Helen Shapiro Sings The Big Hits Of The 60s
Sleeve date: Year of release 1962. No dot on the top seem
6000 LP
CC-PRO-2 Helen Shapiro Profile In Sound
Sleeve date: April 1962 - Promo disc, 1-sided LP, with sleeve
promo
T-6021 Charlie Drake Fun Songs For The Whole Family
Features «My Boomerang Won’t Come Back». No dot on the top seem
6021 lp
T-6022 Legarde Twins Twincerely Yours
No dot on the top seem
6021 lp
T-6023 Elaine And Derek How Great Thou Art - Hymns For The Family
Sleeve date: January 1963 - Brother and sister twins from Belfast, recorded in England, with Michael Collins and his Orchestra, no dot on top seem.
(S)T-6024 Mrs. Mills w/ Geoff Love Plays The Roaring Twenties
Sleeve date: January 1963 - No dot on top seem. Reissued in the 70s on the green budget label as SN 66033
6024 lp
(S)T-6025 Frank Ifield Frank Ifield Sings
Sleeve date: February 1963 - Black and white inner sleeve, no dot on top seem)
6025 lp
T-6026 Matt Monro Matt Monro Sings Hoagy Carmichael
No dot on the top seem
6000 lp
T-6027 Mike Sarne Come Outside
No dot on the top seem
T-6028 Rich Little With Les Lye My Fellow Canadians
Sleeve date: January 1963 - No dot on top seem
6028 lp
(S)T-6029 Cliff Richard & The Shadows On Your Mark...Get Set...Let’s Go!
Sleeve date: March 1963 / EMI Vault date: June 3, 1963 - Dot on top seem of sleeve becomes standard on 6029 and later. Later stereo covers have titles in dark blue text instead of yellow text. The colour was changed because the yellow text was hard to see.
6029 lp
T-6030 Helen Shapiro 12 Hits And A Miss Helen Shapiro
Sleeve date: March 1963 / EMI Vault date: April 1, 1963
6000 lp
(S)T-6031 (May 63) Andy Stewart Andy Sings Songs Of Scotland
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1963
6031 lp
T-6032 Jimmy Shand Scottish Country Dances
EMI Vault date: July 22, 1963 - Re-issued later with brackets on black/rainbow label
T-6033 Jimmy Shand Jimmy Shand’s Party
EMI Vault date: July 22, 1963
6033 lp
(S)T-6034 Cliff Richard & The Shadows Summer Holiday
EMI Vault date: April 1963 - Stereo copies came with the green inner sleeve, packed in loose plastic wrap with a red and white «stereo» sticker attached to the plastic. Mono/stereo wording appear in large stylized text used on EMI’s British LPs of the period.
The Canadian Capitol «Summer Holiday» LP was a huge seller in Canada in front of Beatlemania which was to arrive just a few short months later. The LP was number one on the CHUM LP chart for the week of June 3, 1963. The single «Summer Holiday» was at the top of the CHUM chart at the end of May 1963.
6034 lp
(S)T-6035 Band Of The Irish Guards The Big Parade
July 22, 1963
W-6036 Richard Tauber My Heart And I
Sleeve date: July 1963 / EMI Vault date: July 22, 1963 - Green inner, has Dot.
T-6037 Various Artists (Comedy) Bridge On The River Wye
Sleeve date: July 22, 1963 - Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Jonathan Miller, Peter Cooke
(S)T-6038 Brendan O’Dowda With Philip Green And His Orchestra The World Of Percy French
Sleeve date: September 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1963 - Capitol’s vault records indicate that this was also released in Stereo
T-6039 John Bird,Eleanor Bron, etc. The Establishment
EMI Vault date: July 29, 1963
6000 lp
(S)T-6040 Various Artists (Jazz) Jazz In The Making (1923-1930)
Sleeve date: September 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1963 - Various jazz bands including Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five, insert sheet explaining the origins of Jazz included. Capitol’s vault records indicate this was a mono-only release
6000 lp
(S)T-6041 Vera Lynn with Tony Osborne Sings The Hits Of The Blitz
Sleeve date: September 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1963
This was a huge seller in Canada in both mono and stereo formats and the LP was kept on catalogue through the 1970s and possibly the 1980s as the LP was re-issued on the orange and purple labels. More interestingly, Capitol Canada issued a follow-up LP entitled «More Hits Of The Blitz» on the Studio Two label in May 1967 (STAW-15027) and the back of this LP has been modified from its UK format to include a picture and track listing for the 6041 Canadian release which perhaps was an indication that by 1967 EMI in the UK was attempting to opt for worldwide consistency.
6041 lp
(S)T-6042 Victor Silvester Victor Silvester In France
Sleeve date: September 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1963
T-6043 Cliff Richard & The Shadows Living Doll
Sleeve date: September 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1963
6043 lp
(S)T-6044 Frank Bogart Steppin’ In Society
Sleeve date: October 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 30, 1963
(S)T-6045 Ross Smith Laugh Of The Party
EMI Vault date: September 30, 1963
(S)T-6046 Rolf Harris Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport
Sleeve date: October 1963 / EMI Vault date: September 30, 1963 - Mono copies were issued with loose plastic wrap and the early red and white Angel, Pathe, Capitol inner sleeve
6046 lp
T-6047 BBC (various comedy*) That Was The Week That Was
EMI Vault date: September 30, 1963 - David Frost, Millicent Martin, Lance Percival, Roy Kinnear, etc. (BBC Television show of the time)
6000 lp
(S)T-6048 Dr. William McCauley Show Stoppers From O’Keefe Centre
EMI Vault date: October 15, 1963 - I have come across copies mono and stereo formats of this LP in the loose plastic bag wrap which is consistent with the outer LP wrapping being used through to the summer of 1964 ( eg rather than shrink-wrapped with cellophane).
6000 lp
T-6049 Rich Little Scrooge And The Stars
Sleeve date: November 1963 / EMI Vault date: November 25, 1963
6000 lp
T-6050 Harry Douglas & The Deep River Boys Presenting
EMI Vault date: December 30, 1963
6000 lp
T-6051 The Beatles Beatlemania! with The Beatles
Sleeve date: November 1963 / EMI Vault date: December 2, 1963
According to Barry Norris, Toronto:
After listening to Tom Charrington play «Roll Over Beethoven» from the «new» Beatles LP on his CKGM 980 radio show on a Friday evening, Barry Norris went down the next day (eg Saturday morning) to the Woolworths store on Queen Mary Road in Montreal where he claims he saw the Beatlemania Capitol 6000 Lp and inspected it to see what the fuss was all about. Incredibly, this was the Saturday BEFORE President John F. Kennedy was assassinated (November 22/23, 1963), meaning that this Lp had been released in Montreal before the December 2, 1963 «official vault record» release date. Barry would bet a «million dollars» on this date if he had the million available !
Bruce Spizer, the Beatles researcher from New Orleans, calls this the «time compression» factor.
The first three Beatles LPs issued by Canadian Capitol (6051, 6054, and 6063) were re-issued at least 6 times between the early 1960s and the mid-1980s using the black/rainbow, black/rainbow with brackets around the word Canada on the label perimeter print, red target (early 1970s), orange (mid-1970s), purple (late 1970s), and finally a «retro» black/rainbow label (early 1980s). Later re-issues post the mid-1970s used an «ST» prefix to denote «stereo».
Beatlemania Canadian LP
T-6052 The Shadows Dance On With The Shadows
Sleeve date: February 1964 / EMI Vault date: February 3, 1964
6052 lp
T-6053 Helen Shapiro Helen Shapiro In Nashville
Sleeve date: February 1964 / EMI Vault date: February 3, 1964
6000 LP
T-6054 The Beatles Twist And Shout
Sleeve date: February 1964 / EMI Vault date: February 3, 1964
Twist And Shout Canadian LP

Also, pictures and track listings of the Capitol of Canada Beatles LPs Twist And Shout and Long Tall Sally were advertised on the rear sleeves of two Capitol USA compilation LPs that were given a release in Canada during 1964 (no stereo copies are known) which make these two LPs unique to Canada:

Capitol T-2094 Various Artists Chart Busters Volume Four
Mono - 2 Beatles songs
Capitol T-2125 Various Artists The Big Hits From England And The USA
Mono - 2 Beatles songs



(S)T-6055 Mrs. Mills w/ Geoff Love Everybody’s Welcome At Mrs. Mills Party
Sleeve date: February 1964 / EMI Vault date: February 3, 1964 - Rainbow, heavy shrink wrap with one inch seem, brown/white inner. Rre-issued later in stereo-only on the red target and orange labels.
6055 lp
T-6056 Andy Stewart North Of The Border
EMI Vault date: February 3, 1964
6056 lp
(S)W-6057 Margaret Ann Ireland Plays Villa-Lobos & Granados
Sleeve date: November 1963 / EMI Vault date: December 16, 1963
(S)W-6058 Margaret Ann Ireland Plays Schubert & Rachmaninoff
EMI Vault date: December 16, 1963
6058 lp
(S)T-6059 Vera Lynn The Wonderful Vera
Sleeve date: March 1964 / EMI Vault date: March 2, 1964
6059 lp
(S)T-6060 Victor Silvester Victor Silvester’s Sing And Dance Party
EMI Vault date: March 2, 1964
T-6061 Billy J. Kramer W/ The Dakotas Listen To
Sleeve date: March 1964 / EMI Vault date: March 2, 1964
6061 lp
T-6062 The Dave Clark Five Session With The Dave Clark Five
EMI Vault date: April 13, 1964
Session With The Dave Clark Five Canadian LP
T-6063 The Beatles Long Tall Sally
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: April 27, 1964
Long Tall Sally Canadian LP
(S)T-6064 Ron Goodwin Elizabethan Serenade
Sleeve date: April 1964 / EMI Vault date: April 13, 1964 - Re-issued in the 1970s on olive green and orange labels, then as SM-6064 Stereo, on the yellow Capitol «budget» label. The last 2 songs on side 2 of the Ron Goodwin LP are both written by George Martin and are credited to «EMI recording manager George Martin»; «Elizabeth And Essex Love Theme»(2:32) and «Serenade To Double Scotch» (2:43). Both of these instrumentals carry that unique backing sound that was lent to so many classic Beatles songs
6064 lp
(S)W-6065 Margaret Ann Ireland Plays Music Of Polish Masters (Chopin)
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 19, 1964
6065 lp
(S)W-6066 Paul Brodie The Saxophone In Concert
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 19, 1964
(S)T-6067 Cliff Richard It’s All In The Game
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 19, 1964 - Capitol’s vault records indicate a stereo release.
6067 lp
T-6068 The Dave Clark Five Bits And Pieces
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 11, 1964
Dave Clark Five Bits And Pieces Canadian LP
T-6069 The Swinging Blue Jeans Hippy Hippy Shake
Sleeve date: June 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 25, 1964
Swinging Blue Jeans Hippy Hippy Shake Canadian LP
T-6070 Gerry & The Pacemakers I’m The One !
Sleeve date: May 1964 / EMI Vault date: May 4, 1964. Sealed in a loose plastic wrap.
Gerry And The pacemakers I'm The One Canadian LP
(S)T-6071 The York University Choir, Conducted By William McCauley From Bach To Rock
Sleeve date: June 1964 / EMI Vault date: June 1, 1964
6000 lp
T-6072 Andy Stewart Scottish Soldier
Sleeve date: August 1964 / EMI Vault date: August 10, 1964 - feat. «Doonald Wheres Your Troosers»
6000 lp
T-6073 The Hollies Stay With The Hollies
Sleeve date: July 1964 / EMI Vault date: July 20, 1964
Stay With The Hollies Canadian LP
(S)T-6074 Larry Dubin’s Big Muddys At The Ports Of Call
EMI Vault date: August 10, 1964
6074 lp
T-6075 The Esquires Introducing The Esquires
Sleeve date: August 1964 / EMI Vault date: August 10, 1964 - The Esquires are an Ottawa-based band!
The Esquires Canadian LP
T-6076 The Luton Girls Choir Best Loved Songs
EMI Vault date: July 20, 1964
JAO-6077 Ann Stephens, etc. (children) Alice In Wonderland And Through The Looking Glass
EMI Vault date: July 20, 1964
6000 lp
T-6078 Various Caribbean Artists Caribbean Treasure Chest
EMI Vault date: October 5, 1964
T-6079 The Shadows Shindig With The Shadows
Sleeve date: September 1964 / EMI Vault date: September 8, 1964
6000 lp
T-6080 Various Artists Smashin’-Smashers From England
Sleeve date: June 1964 / EMI Vault date: June 15, 1964 - A great «Beat» collection but The Beatles are conspicuous in their absence !
Samshing Smashers Canadian LP
T-6081 Cliff Richard & The Shadows Wonderful Life
b> EMI Vault date: September 8, 1964
6000 lp
(S)T-6082 Mrs. Mills & Russ Conway Let’s Have A Party
Sleeve date: September 1964 / EMI Vault date: September 8, 1964
6082 lp
T-6083 The Dave Clark Five On Stage With The Dave Clark Five
Sleeve date: September 1964 / EMI Vault date: September 14, 1964
On Stage With The Dave Clark Five Canadian LP
(S)T-6084 Matt Monro Great Songs From The Movies
Sleeve date: November 1964 / EMI Vault date: November 2, 1964
6000 lp
T-6085 Freddie And The Dreamers Just For You
Sleeve date: October 1964 / EMI Vault date: October 5, 1964 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «I Love You Baby
Freddie And The Dreamers Just For You Canadian LP
(S)T-6086 Ron Goodwin The Smooth Sounds Of Ron Goodwin
Sleeve date: November 1964 / EMI Vault date: November 2, 1964
6000 lp
T-6087 Lucio Agostini Action With Agostini
EMI Vault date: January 4, 1965 - All Canadian composers; jazz orchestra includes Moe Koffman, Peter Appleyard, Guido Basso,etc. There are two different covers for this album, the white ones seems to have been issued first.
6087 lp






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(S)T-6088 Parsons And Poole Play Brahms
EMI Vault date: October 5, 1964 - Dual-pianists
T-6089 Various Artists Your Favourite TV And Radio Themes
EMI Vault date: October 5, 1964
6089 lp
T-6090 Various Artists Ebony In Rythem
EMI Vault date: September 14, 1964 - Capitol’s vault records list this LP’s title as «Ebony In Rhythm». This is a Montreal-based, Caribbean revue
T-6091 Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas Top Twelve Hits
Sleeve date: October 1964 / EMI Vault date: October 5, 1964 - Capitol’s vault records have the title «Little Children»
Billy Jay Kramer Top Twelve Hits Canadian LP
T-6092 The Animals The House Of The Rising Sun
Sleeve date: September 1964 / EMI Vault date: September 21, 1964 - A sealed copy of T-6092 was located in May 2000 which has the loose plastic wrap
The Animals House Of The Rising Sun Withdrawn Canadian LP
(D)T-6093 Manfred Mann The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann
Sleeve date: October 1964 / EMI Vault date: November 2, 1964 - Same sleeve as the British HMV release.
This LP was later re-issued in Duophonic stereo as DT-6093, possibly sometime in 1966. There is a much rarer "Duophonic" DT-6093 stereo issue from 1967 which is rarley seen. It was made in very small quantities and is extremely rare.
Five Face Of Manfred Mann Canadian LP
T-6094 Mrs. Mills It’s Party Time
EMI Vault date: November 2, 1964.
This is the orange label 1970s reissue
6094 lp
(S)T-6095 Tony Osborne Nights To Remember
EMI Vault date: January 4, 1965
T-6096 Ken Jones Music Of Galt McDermott
EMI Vault date: February 1, 1965
6096 lp
T-6097 David Curry My Ireland Volume II
Sleeve date: January 1965 / EMI Vault date: January 4, 1965
T-6098 Robert Wilson Tribute To Robert Wilson
Sleeve date: January 1965 / EMI Vault date: January 4, 1965
T-6099 Various Artists Holiday In Italy
EMI Vault date: February 1, 1965
T-6100 Vera Lynn Among My Souvenirs
EMI Vault date: February 1, 1965 . This LP was wrapped in a tight shrink.
6100 lp
T-6101 Adam Faith & The Roulettes It’s Alright
Sleeve date: March 1965 / EMI Vault date: March 1, 1965
6000 lp
T-6102 Manfred Mann The Manfred Mann Return
Sleeve date: March 1965 / EMI Vault date: March 1, 1965 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «5-4-3-2-1» for this LP and they also have the same T-6102 number assigned to a Hollies LP entitled «We’re Through»
The Manfred Mann Return Canadian LP
T-6103 The Dave Clark Five Across Canada
EMI Vault date: January 11, 1965 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «Coast To Coast With Dave Clark Five» like USA Epic
Dave Clark Five Across Canada Canadian LP
T-6104 Bob Whitney It’s Dance Time
EMI Vault date: February 1, 1965 - from Ottawa Valley
6103 lp
T-6105 Ed Allen (TV Fitness Show) It’s Ed Allen Time
Sleeve date: January 1965 / EMI Vault date: January 4, 1965 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «The Ed Allen Exercise Album»
6105 lp
KAO-6106 Cliff Richard The Cliff Richard Souvenir Album
EMI Vault date: February 1, 1965 - Deluxe, fold-open cover
6000 lp
T-6107 Gerry & The Pacemakers Gerry’s Second Album
EMI Vault date: January 11, 1965
Gerry And The PAcemakers second Album Canadian LP
(S)T-6108 Malka & Joso Introducing
Sleeve date: January 1965 / EMI Vault date: December 21, 1964 - Canadian duo. Rainbow label, laminated front slick, like the «Best Of Sellers» Canadian Angel LP
6108 lp
(S)T-6109 Matt Monro Walk Away
Sleeve date: February 1965 / EMI Vault date: January 11, 1965 - Vault record release date is 1/11/64
6108 lp
(S)T-6110 Pepe Jaramillo The Latin World Of Pepe Jaramillo
Sleeve date: March 1965
6110 lp
T-6111 Gerry & The Pacemakers Ferry Cross The Mersey
Sleeve date: March 1965 / EMI Vault date: March 1, 1965 - Also includes tracks by The George Martin Orchestra, The Fourmost, and Cilla Black
Gerry And The Pacemakers Ferry Cross The Mersey Canadian LP
T-6112 Paddy Butler Paddy Butler’s Ceili Dance
EMI Vault date: January 18, 1965 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «Paddy Butler’s Cork Dances»
T-6113 History document The State Funeral Of Sir Winston Churchill
EMI Vault date: March 1, 1965
(S)KAO 6114 Jimmie Haskell, etc. Sing A Song With The Beatles
EMI Vault date: April 12, 1965 - A Tower release in the USA, instrumental backgrounds, fold-open cover
NOTE: This was not a Beatles «vocal-less» record like The Beach Boys «Stack-O-Tracks» LP (DKAO-2893) that was issued by Capitol in 1968. In spite of the cover photos and titling which make this look like an official Beatles release, this is not The Beatles at all; the LP was made by a group of Tower (US Capitol subsidiary) studio musicians conducted by Jimmie Haskell; the music was also transcribed by Jimmie Haskell. The listener is asked to sing along to the instrumental backing and the lead vocal part is handled by an organ ( perhaps EARLY KARAOKE !). This was the first LP release on Tower in the US.
In Canada, the LP was issued with a loose plastic wrap around a special fold-open cover. The mono issue came with no paper inner sleeve
Sing A Song With The Beatles Canadian LP
T-6115 Jack London & The Sparrows Jack London & The Sparrows
Sleeve date: April 1965 / EMI Vault date: April 12, 1965
Jack London And The Sparrows Canadian LP
T-6116 The Dave Clark Five Encores!
EMI Vault date: April 12, 1965
Dave Clark Five Encores! Canadian LP
T-6117 Rolf Harris All Together Now - Fun Songs For Everyone
Sleeve date: May 1965 / EMI Vault date: May 17, 1965 - Re-issued in 70s on orange label
6117 lp
T-6118 Various Artists More Smashin’-Smashers
Sleeve date: May 1965 / EMI Vault date: May 17, 1965
6000 lp
T-6119 Chad And Jeremy What Do You Want With Me
EMI Vault date: May 17, 1965
6000 lp
T-6120 Wes Dakus with The Rebels The Wes Dakus with The Rebels Album
Sleeve date: September 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
Wes Dakus With The Rebels Canadian LP
T-6121 Freddie And The Dreamers In Orbit
Sleeve date: May 1965 / EMI Vault date: May 17, 1965
T-6122 Georgie Fame Fame At Last, Featuring Yeah, Yeah
Sleeve date: May 1965 / EMI Vault date: May 17, 1965 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «Yeh Yeh»
6000 lp
(S)W-6123 The Toronto Symphony/Susskind Morawez,Matton
EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
(S)T-6124 Tommy Steele So This Is Broadway
Sleeve date: August 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
6000 lp
(S)W-6125 Joan Hammond On Wings Of Song
EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
(S)T-6126 Chad & Jeremy, John Barry John Barry Meets Chad And Jeremy
EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965
6000 lp
T-6127 The Arrows Apache 65
EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965 - A Tower USA release
6000 lp
(S)T-6128 Andy Stewart Campbeltown Loch
EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
(S)T-6129 Malka & Joso Mostly Love Songs
EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965 - Canadian duo
6129 lp
T-6130 Freddie And The Dreamers Ready Freddie Go
Sleeve date: July 1965 / EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965 - The LP title is a variation on «Ready Steady Go!», the British pop television sho
(S)T-6131 Matt Monro Start Living
Sleeve date: August 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
6131 lp
T-6132 Soundtrack Songs From The Movie Seaside Swingers
EMI Vault date: August 30,1965 - Freddie & The Dreamers, Grazina Frame, etc.; much different sleeve to USA Tower LP
T-6133 Claude Ciari La Playa
Sleeve date: July 1965 / EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965 - France, 12-string guitar
6000 lp
T-6134 Sounds Incorporated Sounds Incorporated
Sleeve date: August 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965 - Rear sleeve tie in with Beatles 2nd. tour of Canada in the summer of 1965. Kent,UK group played brass backing on The Beatles «Good Morning» Sgt. Pepper track. LP issued with black text on pink sticker referencing Beatles tour. Only a few of these Lps featured the Beatles sticker.
Sounds Incorporated Canadian LP
(S)T-6135 Frank Ifield Portrait In Song
Sleeve date: August 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
6135 lp
(S)T-6136 Pepe Jaramillo The Romantic World Of
EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
6136 lp
T-6137 The Dave Clark Five Having A Wild Weekend
Sleeve date: August 1965 / EMI Vault date: August 30, 1965
Dave Clark Five Wild Weekend Canadian LP
T-6138 Ian Whitcomb You Turn Me On
EMI Vault date: July 26, 1965 - Tower USA
6138 lp
T-6139 The Yardbirds Heart Full Of Soul
Sleeve date: September 1965 / EMI Vault date: September 6, 1965 - Later Yardbirds LP sleeves show a stereo number for this but the vault records only show a mono release; no stereo copies have surfaced to date) (Capitol’s vault records use the title «For Your Love»
The Yardbirds Heart Full Of Soul Canadian LP
T-6140 Billy J. Kramer Trains And Boats And Planes
Sleeve date: October 1965 / EMI Vault date: October 4, 1965
Billy J Kramer Trains and Boats Canadian LP
T-6141 The Kirkintilloch Childrens Choir The Wonderful Songs Of ...
Sleeve date: November 1965 / EMI Vault date: November 1, 1965 - Sleeve note by Douglas Campbell, host of Highland Memories Show, CKLB Oshawa
6000 lp
T-6142 Various Artists Folk Songs Italianissimo
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1965 - Vault release date shows 9/6/66
T-6143 The Hollies In The Hollies Style
Sleeve date: October 1965 / EMI Vault date: October 4, 1965
In The Hollies Style Canadian LP
(S)T-6144 The Shadows The Sound Of The Shadows
Sleeve date: October 1965 / EMI Vault date: October 4, 1965
6000 lp
T-6145 Robert Wilson Down In The Glen - The Favourite Songs Of Robert Wilson
Sleeve date: November 1965 / EMI Vault date: November 1, 1965 - SCOTTISH SINGER
(S)T-6146 Richard Anthony Sings In English
Sleeve date: Novembre 1965 / EMI Vault date: November 1, 1965
T-6147 Dick Curless A Tombstone Every Mile
EMI Vault date: October 4, 1965
(S)T-6148 Claude Ciari Sensational
Sleeve date: October 1965 / EMI Vault date: October 4, 1965 - 12-string guitar
6148 lp
(S)T-6149 Cliff Richard Love Is Forever
Sleeve date: November 1965 / EMI Vault date: November 1, 1965
(S)T-6150 Dick Kallman Hank Sings!
EMI Vault date: November 1, 1965 - From NBC show Hank
(S)T-6151 Mrs. Mills w/ Geoff Love Another Party With Mrs. Mills!
Sleeve date: December 1965 / EMI Vault date: December 3, 1965
6151 lp


In April, 1966, LP label perimeter print was modified to include the word Canada in parenthesis. Between April 4, 1966 (Matt Monro LP 6157) and June 6, 1966 ( Hollies LP 6152), the «brackets» were being introduced while some LPs were still being issued using up old label stock with no brackets).



T-6152 The Hollies Look Through Any Window
Sleeve date: June 1966 / EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «I Can’t Let Go»
Hollies Look Through Any Window Canadian LP
T-6153 The Dave Clark Five The Hits of The Dave Clark Five
Sleeve date: January 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 3, 1966 - Re-issued on the red target label in 1971
Hits Of The Dave Clark Five Canadian LP
T-6154 Tom Jones, Johnny Rivers, Freddie & The Dreamers Three At The Top
Sleeve date: January 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 3, 1966 - Tower USA
(D)T-6155 Gerry & The Pacemakers The Hits Of Gerry & The Pacemakers
Sleeve date: January 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 3, 1966
Hits Of Gerry And The Pacemakers Canadian LP
(S)T-6156 Manuel Music Of The Mountains
Sleeve date: January 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 3, 1966
(S)T-6157 Matt Monro As Long As I’m Singing
EMI Vault date: April 4, 1966
T-6158 The Staccatos Initially
EMI Vault date: January 3, 1966 - Laminated front sleeve
TheStaccatos Initially Canadian LP
T-6159 The Swinging Blue Jeans Don’t Make Me Over
Sleeve date: June 1966 / EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - «Gerry Miskolczi discussed the rarity of this LP with producer Paul White. Paul told him that by the time that Capitol had issued this LP in the summer of 1966, the whole British Invasion had been supplanted by the good vibration sounds of The Beach Boys as well as the new sounds of Dylan, The Byrds, The Lovin Spoonful, and The Mamas And The Papas. The Swinging Blue Jeans looked very dated. This second album by the Swinging Blue Jeans «bombed» upon release and most copies were returned directly to Capitol where they were destroyed. This album, therefore, is particularly rare.»
Singing Blue Jeans Don't Make Me Over Canadian LP
(D)T-6160 Dean Martin The Lush Years
Sleeve date: January 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 10, 1966
6180 lp
T-6161 Downliners Sect The New ‘In’ Sound Country Rock!
Sleeve date: February 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 31, 1966 - Capitol’s vault records use the title «The Country Rock Sound Of The Downliner’s Sect»
Downliner Sect Canadian LP
(D)T-6162 The Dave Clark Five Instrumental Album
EMI Vault date: May 2, 1966
Dave Clark Five Instrumental Album Canadian LP
T-6163 Rolf Harris The Man With The Microphone
Sleeve date: February 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 31, 1966
T-6164 Barry Allen Goin’ Places
EMI Vault date: March 4, 1966
6000 lp
(S)T-6165 Ken Dodd Presenting…
Sleeve date: February 1966 / EMI Vault date: January 31, 1966
(S)T-6166 The Yardbirds Having A Rave Up
EMI Vault date: March 7, 1966 - Much different cover than the USA Epic release with same track order
Yardbirds Having A Rave Up Canadian LP
T-6167 The Dave Clark Five I Like It Like That / Over And Over
Sleeve date: February 1966 / EMI Vault date: March 7, 1966
Dave Clark Five Over and Over Canadian LP
KAO 6168 The Big Town Boys The Big Town Boys
EMI Vault date: March 7, 1966 - Fold-open
6168lp
(S)T-6169 Malka And Joso Jewish Songs
EMI Vault date: March 14, 1966
6169 lp
(S)T-6170 Arthur Wilkinson & His Orchestra, The Barock-And-Roll Ensemble, Valkyrie & The Rhine Maidens Beatle Cracker Suite, Ein Kleine Beatle Musik, On The Bayreuth Beat
Sleeve date: April 1966 / EMI Vault date: April 4, 1966 - issued by EMI as two separate EPs in the UK. Classical send-ups of the Beatles music. The stereo sleeve states it was recorded in stereo and duophonic, but the catalogue number still remains as "ST" rather than "DT" like other completely duophonic albums.
Beatles Craker Suit Canadian LP
T-6171 Newman Centre Troubadors The Canticle Of The Gift
EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Rainbow
6171 lp
(S)T-6172 The Sunrays Andrea
EMI Vault date: April 4, 1966 - Tower release
6172 lp
(D)T-6173 Dean Martin Relaxin’
Sleeve date: May 1966 / EMI Vault date: May 2, 1966 - Tower release
T-6174 Dick Curless Travellin’ Man
EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Tower release
(S)T-6175 Mrs. Mills Especially For You
Sleeve date: May 1966 / EMI Vault date: May 2, 1966 - Capitol’s vault records only show a MONO release; later ST re-issue on Olive green label
6175 lp
(S)T-6176 Frank Ifield Call Her Your Sweetheart
Sleeve date: April 1967 / EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967 - Rainbow
6176 lp
T-6177 Gary Buck Stepping Into The Picture
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1966
6177 lp
(S)T-6178 Vince Hill Have You Met Vince Hill?
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1966
(S)T-6179 The Mike Sammes Singers The Start Of Something Big
Sleeve date: May 1966 / EMI Vault date: May 2, 1966 - Vocal group that provided background «ooh ahs» on The Beatles magnum opus «I Am The Walrus»; Capitol issued their «Sounds Sensational»LP on Studio Two STAW 15006 in July 1966
T-6180 The Dave Clark Five At The Scene
Sleeve date: June 1966 / EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966
Dave Clark Five At The Scene Canadian LP






From here on, all LP label perimeter print has brackets around the word Canada








(S)T-6181 Gerry & The Pacemakers Today !
Sleeve date: January 1967 / EMI Vault date: January 2, 1967
6181 lp
T-6182 Robbie Lane & The Disciples It’s Happening
Sleeve date: September 1966 / EMI Vault date: September 26, 1966
6000 lp
(S)T-6183 The Merrymen feat. Emile Straker Caribeat With The Merrymen
Sleeve date: June 1966 / EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Re-issued in the mid 1970s on the brown EMI label
6183 lp
T-6184 Cliff Richard Blue Turns To Grey
EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966
6000 lp
T-6185 Diane Leigh Shadows Of Your Heart
Sleeve date: October 1966 / EMI Vault date: October 24, 1966 - Rainbow label
T-6186 Dick Curless & Kay Adams A Devil Like Me
EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Tower release
T-6187 Manfred Mann Mann Made
EMI Vault date: June 6, 1966 - Same cover as British HMV issue
Manfred Mann Made Canadian LP
(S)T-6188 Claude Ciari Merci Cheri
Sleeve date: October 1966 / EMI Vault date: October 3, 1966
T-6189 Barry Allen Lovedrops
Sleeve date: June 1966 / EMI Vault date: June 27, 1966
6000 lp
T-6190 Mae West Way Out West
EMI Vault date: June 27, 1966 - Tower release. Some copies have the glossy 4-page insert that was issued with the USA Tower Lp of the same name.
6000 lp
T-6191 Ketty Lester When A Woman Loves A Man
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1966
(S)T-6192 Milo Hocus Pocus, Introducing The Hit Trumpet Of Milo
EMI Vault date: October 3, 1966
6000 lp
T-6193 Rolf Harris At The Cave
Sleeve date: October 1966 / EMI Vault date: November 28, 1966 - Mono only; recorded live in December 1965 at The Cave Theatre Restaurant, Vancouver, B.C.
6000 lp
(S)T-6194 Cliff Richard Kinda Latin
Sleeve date: October 1966 / EMI Vault date: October 3, 1966
6000 lp
T-6195 The Hollies Bus Stop
Sleeve date: November 1966 / EMI Vault date: November 7, 1966
Hollies Bus Stop Canadian LP
(D)T-6196 The Dave Clark Five More Hits
Sleeve date: April 1967 / EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967
More Hits Dave Clark Five Canadian LP
T-6197 Georgie Fame Get Away
EMI Vault date: November 7, 1966 - Similar to UK LP «Sweet Things», Paul Shaffer bought this LP upon Canadian release!
6000 lp
T-6198 Various Artists Sounds Great Volume One
Sleeve date: April 1967 / EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967 - Sampler of current British Invasion artists like Yardbirds, etc.
Sounds Great Volume 1 Canadian LP
T-6199 Manfred Mann Soul Of Mann, Instrumental Hits
Sleeve date: April 1967 / EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967 - Similar cover to British HMV issue
Manfred Mann Soul Of Mann Canadian LP
T-6200 Lyn & Graham McCarthy Bitter And Sweet
Sleeve date: June 1967 / EMI Vault date: May 29, 1967 - UK folk duo produced by David Paramor who also performed at Expo 67; some arrangements by Mike Vickers
6200 lp
(S)T-6201 Mario Patron Mexican Brass
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1966
(S)T-6202 The Yardbirds Over, Under, Sideways, Down
Sleeve date: September 1966 / EMI Vault date: no release date - Different tracks & sleeve to USA Epic LP; photo includes Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page line-up
Yardbirds Over Under Sideway Down Canadian LP
(S)T-6203 Roy Clark Live
EMI Vault date: February 6, 1967 - Tower 5055
6203 lp
T-6204 The Crusaders Make A Joyful Noise With Drums & Guitars
EMI Vault date: February 6, 1967 - Tower release
6000 lp
(S)T-6205 18th. Century Concepts In The 20th. Century Bag
EMI Vault date: March 6, 1967 - Covers 60s hits w/ Eleanor Rigby
6000 lp
(S)T-6206 Dean Martin Happy In Love
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1967 - Tower 5036
(S)T-6207 The Yardbirds Little Games
Sleeve date: September 1967 / EMI Vault date: September 4, 1967 - Same cover as USA Epic. Early state covers incorrectly spell «Manufactured» as «Mamufactured» on the rear sleeve
Yardbirds Little Games Canadian LP
(D)T-6208 Soundtrack The Wild Angels
EMI Vault date: September 6, 1966 - Davie Allen And The Arrows. Tower T5043
6208 lp
T-6209 Ian Whitcomb Mod, Mod Music Hall
EMI Vault date: November 7, 1966 - Tower T5042
6000 lp
(S)T-6210 The Hollies Stop! Stop! Stop!
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1967 - Banner STEREO
Hollies Stop Stop Stop Canadian LP
T-6211 Various Artists Sounds Great Volume Two
Sleeve date: April 1967 / EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967 - Second volume; see T-6198; no stereo, green cover
Sounds Great vol 2 Canadian LP
(S)T-6212 Andy Stewart & Friends At The White Heather Club
EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967
(S)T-6213 The Manhattan Strings Play Hits Made Famous By The Monkees
EMI Vault date: April 3, 1967 - Same as Tower USA release
6000 lp
(D)T-6214 Soundtrack Wild Angels Volume II
EMI Vault date: May 1, 1967 - Tower T5056
6000 lp
(S)T-6215 Soundtrack Thunder Alley
EMI Vault date: May 1, 1967 - Tower T5902
6000 lp
(S)T-6216 Band Of The Royal Horse Guards Band Of The Royal Horse Guards
EMI Vault date: May 1, 1967
6000 lp
T-6217 Dick Curless All Of Me Belongs To You
EMI Vault date: May 1,1967 - Tower T5066
T-6218 The Arrows Blues Theme
EMI Vault date: May 15, 1967 - Tower T5078
6218 lp
(D)T-6219 Soundtrack Devil’s Angels
EMI Vault date: May 15, 1967 - Tower T5074
6000 lp
(S)T-6220 The Dave Clark Five You’ve Got What It Takes
Sleeve date: September 1967 / EMI Vault date: September 4, 1967
Dave Clark Five You've Got What It Takes Canadian LP
(S)KAO-6221 V/A,Chris «Laugh-In» Beard Canada Observed
EMI Vault date: June 12, 1967 - Comedy,gatefold
6000 lp
(S)T-6222 Gilbert Becaud Mon Amour
EMI Vault date: July 24, 1967
(S)T-6223 Vince Hill Edelweiss
EMI Vault date: June 12, 1967
(S)T-6224 Cliff Richard In A Mod Mood
Sleeve date: July 1967 / EMI Vault date: July 24, 1967
6000 lp
(S)T-6225 Andy Stewart On Stage
EMI Vault date: July 24, 1967
6225 lp
(S)T-6226 Lee Gagnon La Jazztek
EMI Vault date: June 12, 1967
Lee Gagnon La Jazztek Canadian LP
6000 lp
Billboard Magazine - August 12, 1967 page 59 and page 60
(S)T-6227 Frank Ifield You Came Along
Sleeve date: July 1967 / EMI Vault date: September 4, 1967
(D)T-6228 The Hollies The Hits Of The Hollies
Sleeve date: July 1967 / EMI Vault date: July 24, 1967 Re-issued in the 1970s on the Olive green label – probably at the same time as re-issue of 6229 below, on the red target and on the orange label.
Hits Of The Hollies Canadian LP
(D)T-6229 The Yardbirds The Hits Of The Yardbirds
Sleeve date: October 1967 / EMI Vault date: October 2, 1967 - First pressings of mono and stereo are on the black / rainbow label, a re-issue of DT-6229 appeared in late 1969 or early 1970 on the Olive green label
Hits Of The Yardbirds Canadian LP
(D)T-6230 Manfred Mann Mann Made Hits
EMI Vault date: September 4, 1967
Manfred Mann Made Hots Canadian LP
(D)T-6231 Yvan Landry Jazz En Liberte
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1968
6231 lp
(S)T-6232 The Shadows Shadows 67
Sleeve date: September 1967 / EMI Vault date: September 4, 1967
6000 lp
T-6233 Kim Fowley Love Is Alive And Well
EMI Vault date: July 24, 1967 - Tower release
6000 lp
T-6234 Casey Kasem Astrology For Young Lovers
EMI Vault date: July 24,1967 - Sidewalk
T-6235 Gypsy Boots Unpredictable
EMI Vault date: August 14,1967 - Sidewalk
6000 lp
(S)T-6236 Adamo The Sensational Adamo
EMI Vault date: November 6, 1967
(S)T-6237 Documentary In Sound The Makers Of History - Elizabeth The Great
EMI Vault date: September 18, 1967
(S)T-6238 Documentary In Sound The Makers Of History Vol. 2 - King John And The Magna Carta
EMI Vault date: September 18, 1967
(S)T-6239 Documentary In Sound The Makers Of History Vol. 3 - Abraham Lincoln
EMI Vault date: September 18, 1967
(S)T-6240 Documentary In Sound The Makers Of History Vol. 4 - Oliver Cromwell
EMI Vault date: September 18, 1967
 lp
(D)T-6241 Soundtrack Born Losers
EMI Vault date: October 2, 1967 - Tower 5082. American International Film, music by Terry Stafford, Billy Jack, Dave Allen & The Sidewalk Sounds
6000 lp
(S)T-6242 The Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Mono copies feature a different mix to the stereo versions. Re-issued in stereo on the Olive green, orange, purple, and finally retro Black/rainbow labels
Pink Floyd Piper At The Gates Of Dawn Canadian LP
(S)T-6243 Documentary In Sound Makers Of History - Napoleon & Wellington
EMI Vault date: September 18, 1967
T-6244 Peter Dawson A Song For Everyone
EMI Vault date: November 6, 1967
6242 lp
(D)T-6245 The Hollies Love N’ Flowers
Sleeve date: November 1967 / EMI Vault date: November 6, 1967
Hollies Love N Flowers Canadian LP
(S)T-6246 Soundtrack The Trip
EMI Vault date: November 6, 1967 - Tower 5908, Stereo copy is a Compo pressing
6000 lp
(S)T-6247 Various Have A Jewish Christmas
EMI Vault date: November 6, 1967 - Tower 5081
6000 lp
(S)T-6248 Toronto Festival Singers Music Of Healy Willan
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1968 - Christmas Songs Of The XIV Century
6000 lp
T-6249 The Goons Goon...But Not Forgotten
EMI Vault date: January 1, 1968 - Reissued in mono on the orange label in the mid 1970s, Modern Graphics sleeve
6000 lp
(S)T-6250 Frankie Laine Memory Laine
EMI Vault date: January 1, 1968 - Tower 5092, Rainbow
(D)T-6251 Dean Martin Dino - Like Never Before
EMI Vault date: January 1, 1968 - Tower 5059
(D)T-6252 The Arrows Cycle-Delic Sounds
EMI Vault date: January 1, 1968 - Tower 5094
6000 lp
ST-6253 Lee Gagnon Je Jazze
Sleeve date: November 1968 / EMI Vault date: November 4, 1968 *** first release in Stereo without a corresponding mono release, hence the «ST» prefix with no brackets
Lee Gagnon Je Jazze Canadian LP
ST-6254 Frank Ifield The Singer And The Song
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968
ST-6255 The Main Attraction And Now The Main Attraction
EMI Vault date: July 1, 1968 - Tower 5117
ST-6256 Eternity’s Children Same
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968 - Tower 5123
T-6257 Harry Nilsson Spotlight On Nilsson
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1968 - Tower T5095
(S)T-6258 The Festival Singers Of Toronto, Elmer Iseler Conductor Music By Poulenc, Somers, Russell, Beckwith»
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1968
6000 lp
(S)T-6259 Franck Pourcel Live For Life
EMI Vault date: January 2, 1968
(S)T-6260 Claude Ciari Mood Guitar
EMI Vault date: January 1, 1968
(S)T-6261 Winnipeg Orchestra Light Canadian Orchestral Classics
EMI Vault date: February 5, 1968
6262 lp
(S)T-6262 Mr. Paul’s Party Band Big Piano Beat
Sleeve date: January 1968 / EMI Vault date: February 5, 1968 - Paul Kuhn, German
6262 lp
ST-6263 Cliff Richard All My Love
Sleeve date: August 1968 / EMI Vault date: October 7, 1968 - Rainbow label
6000 lp
(D)T-6264 Soundtrack (David Allan) The Glory Stompers
EMI Vault date: February 5, 1968 - in the USA, this was released on Tower T5910, possibly only released in Duphonic.
Glory Stompers Canadian LP
(S)T-6265 The Dave Clark Five Everybody Knows
Sleeve date: February 1968 / EMI Vault date: February 5, 1968
Dave Clark Five Everybody Knows Canadian LP
(S)T-6266 Simon Dupree & The Big Sound Without Reservations
EMI Vault date: March 4, 1968 - Tower release
6266 lp
(S)T-6267 Frankie Vaughan There Must Be A Way
EMI Vault date: March 4, 1968 - Rainbow label
6000 LP
ST-6268 Jake Holmes The Above Ground Sound Of
EMI Vault date: March 4, 1968 - Tower 5079
6268 lp
DT-6269 Soundtrack Mary Jane
EMI Vault date: April 1, 1968 - Tower T5911
6000 lp
ST-6270 Des O’Connor When You’re Smiling
EMI Vault date: April 1, 1968
ST-6271 Franck Pourcel Love Is Blue
Sleeve date: April 1968 / EMI Vault date: April 1, 1968 - Rainbow label
ST-6272 Dick Curless Long Lonesome Road
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1968 - Tower T5108
6000 lp
ST-6273 Soundtrack Psych Out
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1968 - Tower T5913
6000 lp
ST-6274 Soundtrack Hell Cats
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1968 - Tower ST5124
6000 lp
ST-6275 Soundtrack The Wild Racers
EMI Vault date: May 6, 1968 - Sidewalk ST5914
6000 lp
ST-6276 The Love Exchange Same
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968 - Tower ST5115
6000 lp
ST-6277 The Smoke Same
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968 - Sidewalk ST5912
6000 lp
ST-6278 Them (without Van Morrison) Now And Them
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968 - Tower ST5104
6280 lp
ST-6279 The Pink Floyd A Saucerful Of Secrets
EMI Vault date: No release date - Re-issued in stereo on the olive green, red target, orange, purple, and finally retro Black/rainbow labels
Pink Floyd Saucerful Of Secrets Canadian LP
ST-6280 Mrs. Mills Summer Party
EMI Vault date: June 3, 1968 - Rainbow label
6280 lp
SN-6281 Ivan Romanoff Orchestra & Chorus Continental Rhapsody (CBC)
Sleeve date: July 1968 / EMI Vault date: October 7, 1968 First rainbow label, then Red target label re-issue later
6280 lp
ST-6282 Franck Pourcel La La La
EMI Vault date: August 5, 1968
6282 lp
ST-6283 Gary Buck Tomorrow Today
EMI Vault date: February 10, 1969
6000 lp
SKAO-6284 Soundtrack Wild In The Streets
EMI Vault date: No release date - gatefold, Tower SKAO5099
6000 lp
ST-6285 Vera Lynn The Best Of Vera Lynn
EMI Vault date: August 5, 1968 - Another big seller; later re-issued on the olive green, red target, and orange labels. This LP was finally re-issued in the 1980s on the new dark-green «dome» Capitol label but with a non-6000 catalogue number as SN-66139; only the «Hits Of The Blitz» LP is advertised on the rear sleeve as all other 6000 LP references were removed. The front and rear covers are otherwise the same.
6285 lp
SN-6286 Bev Munro Hello Operator
EMI Vault date: October 7, 1968
6286 lp
DT-6287 Andy Stewart The Best Of Andy Stewart
EMI Vault date: August 5, 1968 - Later re-issued on the orange label in the mid 1970s and the yellow label in the late 70s
SN-6288 Jim Pirie Soulero
EMI Vault date: September 3, 1968
SN-6289 Chicho Valle Latin Lustre
EMI Vault date: September 3, 1968 - Rainbow label, brackets, CBC release, this band were the in-house band at Toronto’s fashionable Inn On The Park Hotel
6000 lp
SN-6290 The Jimmy Dale Adventure Soft And Groovy
Sleeve date: August 1968 / EMI Vault date: September 3, 1968 - Rainbow label, brackets, CBC Jazz release. This was also issued as a CBC Transcription Disc.
6000 lp
SN-6291 The Carl Tapscott Singers This Joyful Eastertide
EMI Vault date: February 10, 1969 - CBC
6000 lp
ST-6292 Franck Pourcel The Way It Used To Be
EMI Vault date: July 1, 1969 - olive green
6000 lp
ST-6293 Matt Monro Walk Softly Into Love
EMI Vault date: August 5, 1968
DT-6294 Rolf Harris It’s A Rolf Harris World
EMI Vault date: July 1, 1968
ST-6295 Soundtrack Angels From Hell
EMI Vault date: August 5, 1968 - Tower ST5128
6000 lp
ST-6296 The Arrows Wild in the Streets
EMI Vault date: September 3, 1968 - US: Tower ST5139
6000 lp
SN-6297 The Carl Tapscott Singers Carols For A Family Christmas
EMI Vault date: October 7, 1968 - CBC. Don Tapscott (Carl’s nephew) recalls that Carl had started his singing group during World War II with what was then billed as the «Meet The Navy Show». Don also suggests that Carl really wanted to be a baseball star but settled for a career in the entertainment industry. The Carl Tapscott Singers were very popular in Canada, having their very own half-hour show on CBC Radio.
ST-6298 Roslyn Portrait Of Roslyn
EMI Vault date: No release date
SN-6299 Ivan Romanoff Orchestra & Chorus Ukranian Rhapsody
EMI Vault date: March 1968 - Rainbow label, later Orange label re-issue, «Artistry In Music» series
ST-6300 Anne Shelton Favourites
EMI Vault date: October 7, 1968
SN-6301 Wally Koster Broadway Hit Parade
EMI Vault date: November 4, 1968 - CBC, Rainbow
ST-6302 Eternity’s Children Timeless
EMI Vault date: November 4, 1968 - Tower ST514
ST-6303 Max Frost & The Troopers The Shape Of Things To Come
EMI Vault date: November 4, 1968 - Rainbow label. Tower ST5147
6000 lp






END OF RAINBOW LABEL WITH EXCEPTIONS, START OF OLIVE GREEN TARGET LABEL








ST-6304 Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck Home Grown Stuff
EMI Vault date: August 4, 1969 - Olive green label
6000 lp
SKAO 6305 Brian Browne The Letter
Jazz album. The EMI vault uses ST-6305
ST-6306 Various Soundtracks Best Of The American International Soundtracks
EMI Vault date: November 4, 1968 - Tower ST5148
6306 lp
ST-6307 Claude Ciari Mood Guitar Plays The World Hits
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1969
6306 lp
ST-6308 Mrs. Mills 16 Party Pieces
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1969 - Olive green label Rlater re-issued on the red target label and then the darker green label as SN-66038 and listed then as «A CAPITAL RE-ISSUE»
6000 lp
DT-6309 Various Artists Carry On Laughing
EMI Vault date: September 1, 1969 - Olive green label UK comedy; Bernard Miles, Stanley Holloway, Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch, Cicely Courtneidge, Cyril Richard
ST-6310 Franck Pourcel Those Were The Days
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1969 - Olive green label
6000 lp
SN-6311 Louis Bannet Autour Du Monde
Sleeve date: February 1969 / EMI Vault date: January 13, 1969 - Rainbow label
6311 lp
ST-6312 Chad And Jeremy Soundtrack - Three In The Attic
EMI Vault date: April 7, 1969 - Black/rainbow label
6000 lp
ST-6313 Soundtrack The Devil’s Eight
EMI Vault date: June 2, 1969 (US - Tower ST5160)
6000 lp
ST-6314 Mike And Brian Warm On The Inside
EMI Vault date: June 2, 1969 (US - Tower ST5150)
SN-6315 Johnny Thorson The Johnny Thorson Banjo Album
EMI Vault date: June 2, 1969
ST-6316 Soundtrack Hell’s Belles
EMI Vault date: June 2, 1969 - (US - Sidewalk ST5919). Black/rainbow label, brackets around Canada on perimeter print, Compo pressing, music by Les Baxter. Logo on front cover has dome logo above 6000 logo in long vertical box. Last LP to have the 6000 series logo on the cover;
6316 lp






Capitol logo changed from DOME logo to round TARGET logo on LP covers, also the «6000 Series» logo is dropped at the same time








ST-6317 Mrs. Mills Back To The Roaring 20s With Mrs. Mills
EMI Vault date: November 3, 1969 - Olive green label, later Orange reissue
6317 lp
ST-6318 Pink Floyd More
EMI Vault date: October 6, 1969 - Soundtrack - same cover / tracks as US Tower. Olive green label, , later re-issued in stereo on the orange, purple, and retro black/rainbow labels
Pink Floyd More OST Canadian LP
SN-6319 The Dubliners At Home With The Dubliners
EMI Vault date: October 20, 1969
ST-6320 Duane Davis Reflections
EMI Vault date: August 4, 1969
ST-6321 Yvan Landry Quartet Café Au Lait
EMI Vault date: October 6, 1969
ST-6322 Robert Jacobs / The Autumn People Ray Bradbury’s Dark Carnival - Songs For A Sideshow Of The Mind
EMI Vault date: November 3, 1969 - Tower USA, olive green
ST-6323 The Festival Singers Of Canada, Elmer Iseler Conductor Trumpets Of Summer
EMI Vault date: August 4, 1969
ST-6324 Peter Law & The Pacific The Sound Of Peter Law & The Pacific
1970 - Canadian. vault records list this as by Peter Lawson/Sean Fagan
ST-6325 Soundtrack Angel, Angel Down We Go
EMI Vault date: October 6, 1969 - Tower ST-5161. Music by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weill
6000 lp
ST-6326 Danny Doyle Expressions Of Danny Doyle
EMI Vault date: September 1, 1969
ST-6327 The Patmacs Open House
EMI Vault date: November 4, 1969
6000 lp
SKAO-6328 Edward Bear Bearings
EMI Vault date: November 17, 1969
6000 lp
ST-6329 Danny Doyle The Hits Of Danny Doyle
EMI Vault date: September 1, 1969
ST-6330 Anne Murray This Way Is My Way
EMI Vault date: November 17, 1969 - Olive label. White text on black circular sticker «Includes Anne’s Million Seller ‘SNOWBIRD’», also a variation of the same sticker which says «Includes Anne’s International Hit ‘SNOWBIRD’». Two sleeves were used for this LP, the second version highlights the Snowbird hit
ST-6331 Valentino Sounds Romantic
EMI Vault date: September 1, 1969 - Red target
ST-6332 Jerry Toth Tell Me Now
EMI Vault date: September 1, 1969
ST-6333 Ivan Romanoff Ukranian Christmas
EMI Vault date: October 4, 1969
ST-6334 The National Band Of The Canadian Armed Forces Same
EMI Vault date: December 20, 1969
ST-6335 Bernard Braden Reads Stephen Leacock
December 29, 1969
ST-6336 De Sade Same
Tower ST5170, no release date given
ST-6337 Pierre Lalonde The Young Years
Olive green label, no release date
ST-6338 Alan Scott When I Needed A Woman
Tower ST5164, no release date
DT-6339 Paul Robeson The Best Of Paul Robeson
EMI Vault date: December 29, 1969 - Olive green label, This LP was first issued as Duophonic on Olive green label, then re-issued mid-1970s on yellow label as SM-6339
ST-6340 Cliff Richard Sincerely
EMI Vault date: December 29, 1969 - Olive green label






At the start of 1970, CRTC Canadian-content legislation passed in Canada; affects radio station play, etc - as a result, Capitol of Canada starts to focus on LP releases by Canadian artists like Anne Murray








ST-6341 Andy Stewart Sings Harry Lauder
EMI Vault date: March 2, 1970 - Olive green
6341 lp
ST-6342 Gunter Norris I Got Rhythm
EMI Vault date: February 2, 1970
ST-6343 Franck Pourcel Midnight Cowboy
EMI Vault date: February 2, 1970
ST-6344 Mae West Same
EMI Vault date: March 2, 1970
ST-6345 B.C. Beefeater Band Same
EMI Vault date: March 2, 1970
ST-6346 Donna Ramsay Cool Green Waters
ST-6347 Gary Buck Wayward Woman Of The World
EMI Vault date: May 1970
ST-6348 Gene MacLellan T.C.I.T.M
EMI Vault date: April 1970 - Gene was a songwriter from Nova Scotia who wrote «Snowbird» for Anne Murray
SKAO-6349 Edward Bear Eclipse
EMI Vault date: May 1970
6000 lp
ST-6350 Anne Murray Honey, Wheat, And Laughter
EMI Vault date: May 1970 - Olive label. Some copies came issued with a Sounds Canadian sticker on the front shrink wrap. Black text on green circular sticker «Contains the Original Version PUT YOUR HAND IN THE HAND ST 6350
ST-6351 The Beatles Let It Be (box set)
EMI vault records indicate ST but the actual box/LP sleeve release carry the catalogue number SOAL-6351 This is the fourth and RAREST Beatles LP release on the 6000 series. The LP was issued in Canada as a box set with tray, album, book, and sticker inside book re publishing credits. Box sold in shrink wrap with outer black and white sticker with record title, song titles, and reference to «160-page full color book». In the US, the LP was handled by United Artists and was limited to a fold open cover and no box or book
THIS WAS RELEASED ON THE APPLE LABEL, NOT THE CAPITOL LABEL !
«I recall going to see the weird and awkward double-bill of «On Her Majesties Secret Service (James Bond)» and «Let It Be» at the Mayfair Theatre near the Lansdowne Bridge on Bank Street in Ottawa sometime in 1970, possibly winter. After years of up-beat Beatles films such as A Hard Day’s Night, Help, Magical Mystery Tour, and Yellow Submarine, watching this new Beatles movie was a painful experience and the event was very much the «visual funeral» of the Fab Four. I watched all of OHMSS but left the «Let It Be» film (an apt title) before it ended ! I didn’t rush out to buy the SOAL-6351 soundtrack, even with the unique box-set packaging ...»
Let it Be Box Set
ST-6352 Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck Starting A New Day
EMI Vault date: May 1970 - Olive green label
6000 lp
T-6353 The Goons Goon Again
EMI Vault date: May 1970 - MONO only, Olive green label. Re-issued in mono on the orange label in the 1970s, Modern Graphics cover
6000 lp
ST-6354 Bobby Curtola Changes
EMI Vault date: May 1970 - Olive green label
6000 lp
ST-6355 Vince Hill Introducing Vince Hill
EMI Vault date: September 1970
SKAO-6356 Tommy Graham & Friends Planet Earth
EMI Vault date: November 1970
ST-6357 Franck Pourcel Impressions
EMI Vault date: January 1971 - Red target label
T-6358 Paul Robeson Encore The Best Of Paul Robeson Volume Two
EMI Vault date: February 1971 - MONO only, Red target label
ST-6359 Anne Murray Straight, Clean, And Simple
Olive green label. Black text on pink rectangle/sticker «Includes The Hit SING HIGH, SING LOW ST6359»
ST-6360 The Flame Same
EMI Vault date: March 1971. This group The Flame was from South Africa and two of the members Ricky Fataar and Blondie Chaplin would link up with the Beach Boys in the early 1970s. You can see that this 6000 Series album from March 1971 features the Beach Boys Brother Records logo on the front cover at the bottom right. In fact, the album was produced in 1970 by Beach Boy Carl Wilson. Oddly connected to The Beatles, Ricky Fataar would also appear in The Rutles film "The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash".
6000 lp
ST-6361 Bobby Curtola Curtola
EMI Vault date: March 22, 1971
ST-6362 Aarons And Ackley Same
EMI Vault date: May 1971
ST-6363 Rolf Harris Jake The Peg In Vancouver Town
EMI Vault date: September 1971 - Olive green label, re-issued on orange label, vault records list this LP title as «Jake The Peg»
6000 lp
ST-6364 Pepper Tree You’re My People
EMI Vault date: September 1971 - Olive green label
6000 lp
ST-6365 Flying Circus Prepared In Peace
EMI Vault date: October 1971 - Red target label
ST-6366 Anne Murray Talk It Over In The Morning
EMI Vault date: September 1971 - Olive green label
ST-6367 Pierre Lalonde Same
EMI Vault date: October 1971 - Red target label
ST-6368 The Goons First Men On The Goon
EMI Vault date: October 1971 - Red target label
6000 lp
ST-6369 Rolf Harris Instant Music
EMI Vault date: October 1971 - Red target label
ST-6370 Fergus All The Right Noises
EMI Vault date: November 1971 - Red target label
6370 lp
ST-6371 Shirley Eikhard Same
EMI Vault date: March 1972 - Red target label
ST-6372 Christopher Kearney Christopher Kearney
EMI Vault date: Red target label, April 1972
6372 lp
ST-6373 John Keating & LSO Conducts – Theme From Persuaders, Six Wives Of Henry VIII, etc.
EMI Vault date: April 1972 - Red target label
ST-6374 Original Cast Harold Fielding’s London Production Of Showboat
EMI Vault date: April 1972 - Red target label – one copy found had August 1971 written on the back liner. Andre Jobin, Cleo Laine, Thom Carey, Kenneth Nelson, Derek Royle in the Oscar & Hammerstein musical
ST-6375 Franck Pourcel San Remo ‘72
EMI Vault date: May 1972
6375 lp
ST-6376 Anne Murray Annie
EMI Vault date: April 1972 - Red target label. Paul White is listed as Executive Producer, a «Canadian Capitol Production»
6376 lp
ST-6377 Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa ‘70 With Ginger Baker Live
EMI Vault date: May 1972
ST-6378 Ronney Abramson Ronney Abramson
EMI Vault date: October 1972
6000 lp
ST-6379 Aarons And Ackley You And I
EMI Vault date: May 1972
ST-6380 Soundtrack (TBD) Gone With The Wind
ST-6381 Mrs. Mills Music Hall Party
EMI Vault date: September 1972 - Red target label. Later re-issue on orange label
ST-6382 Fergus Town Of Fergus
EMI Vault date: November 1972 - Orange label
SKAO-6383 Flying Circus Gypsy Road
EMI Vault date: October 1972 - Red target label, gatefold
ST-6384 Bob McBride Butterfly Days
EMI Vault date: November 1972 - Orange label. Some copies were issued with a large colour poster – similar to front cover of LP
ST-6385 Vera Lynn Favourite Sacred Songs
EMI Vault date: November 1972 - Orange label
SW-6386 The Beatles Let It Be
No date provided, probably Nov 1972. This is a re-issue of the LP without the box, tray, and booklet (see ST-6351) This was the fifth and FINAL Beatles LP to be released on the 6000 series. The rear sleeve states «ORIGINALLY RELEASED AS SOAL-6351». As with SOAL-6351, this LP was issued on the dark green Apple label. It was re-issued later in the 1970s on the purple Capitol label.
Let it be Reisuue lp
ST-6387 Edward Bear Last Song
EMI Vault date: December 4, 1972
6000 lp
ST-6388 Truck Truck
EMI Vault date: March 13, 1973
ST-6389 New Potatoes New Potatoes
EMI Vault date: January 6, 1973
6389 lp
ST-6390 Paul Kuhn /SFB Big Band Berlin Big Band
EMI Vault date: June 1974
ST-6391 Flying Circus TBD
EMI Vault date: February 1973
6391 lp
ST-6392 Christopher Kearney Pemmican Stash
EMI Vault date: April 9, 1973
ST-6393 Anne Murray Danny’s Song
EMI Vault date: April 9, 1973
6393 lp
ST-6394 Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa ‘70 Afrodisiac
EMI Vault date:May 14, 1973
SKAO-6395 Edward Bear Close Your Eyes
EMI Vault date: June 4, 1973 - Orange label. Edward Bear combines forces with The Potatoes, another 6000 group - see ST-6389
ST-6396 Rolf Harris You Name It
EMI Vault date: June 4, 1973
6396 lp
ST-6397 Bob McBride Sea Of Dreams
EMI Vault date: November 6, 1973 - Orange label
ST-6398 Bill King Goodbye Superdad
EMI Vault date: May 1973
ST-6399 Mandingo The Primeval Rhythm Of Life
EMI Vault date: June 1973 - Orange label. Abbey Road session musicians try their best shot at sounding like «exotica»
ST-6400 Flying Circus Last Laugh
EMI Vault date: September 1973
SO-6401 Soundtrack The Selfish Giant
EMI Vault date: November 19, 1973
6401 lp
T-6402 Shawn Philips First Impressions
EMI Vault date: November 19, 1973 - Mono only, orange label
6402 lp
ST-6403 Franck Pourcel James Bond’s Greatest Hits
EMI Vault date: November 19, 1973
ST-6404 Mandingo Sacrifice
EMI Vault date: January 7, 1974
ST-6405 Ron Goodwin Spellbound
EMI Vault date: January 7, 1974 - Orange label. This was a Studio Two release; jacket notes by Ron Goodwin and Paul White
ST-6406 Liverpool Spinners Liverpool Spinners
EMI Vault date: January 7, 1974
ST-6407 EM Time Of Man
EMI Vault date: April 7, 1974
ST-6408 The Shadows Rockin’ With Curly Leads
EMI Vault date: April 15, 1974 - Orange label
6408 lp
ST-6409 Anne Murray Love Song
EMI Vault date: February 11, 1974 - Orange label, insert
6408 lp
ST-6410 Copperpenny Fuse
EMI Vault date: October 1975
ST-6411 Mrs. Mills Non Stop Honky Tonk Piano
EMI Vault date: October 1974 - Brown EMI label
T-6412 Shawn Philips Favourite Things
EMI Vault date: August 12, 1974
6000 lp
ST-6413 Maneige Maneige
EMI Vault date: February 10, 1975
ST-6414 Cockney Rebel The Human Menagerie
EMI Vault date: March 11, 1974
ST-6415 Fusion Orchestra Skeleton In Armour
EMI Vault date: August 12, 1974
MO-6416 Various Children Talking
EMI Vault date: October 14, 1974
SO-6417 Soundtrack The Little Mermaid
EMI Vault date: September 9, 1974
8XT-6418 Hugo Strasser Und Sein Orchester
EMI Vault date: May 12, 1975 - * 8-track only
SKAO-6419 Justin Paige Justin Paige
EMI Vault date: October 14, 1974 - Orange label, foldout
6000 lp
QL-6420 Mandingo III A Story Of Survival
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1975 - Brown EMI label. «Recorded In Quadrophonic Sound» banner on front cover, all songs written by ex Manfred Mann reed player/bassist Mike Vickers
ST-6421 John Keating Incorporated
EMI Vault date: September 9, 1974
6000 lp
ST-6422 Bill King Dixie Peach
EMI Vault date: June 1974
6000 lp
ST-6423 Peter Donato TBD
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1975
ST-6424 Christopher Kearney Sweet Water
EMI Vault date: March 10, 1975
ST-6425 Anne Murray Country
EMI Vault date: November 11, 1974 - Orange label. Effectively a «greatest hits» package based on her work up until that point
SO-6426 Soundtrack The Happy Prince
EMI Vault date: November 11, 1974
ST-6427 Mrs. Mills Hollywood Party
EMI Vault date: February 10, 1975 - Brown EMI label
ST-6428 Anne Murray Highly Prized Possession
EMI Vault date: November 11,1974 - Orange label, insert sleeve with lyrics – sheet uses the USA EMI number not ST-6428
T-6429 The Goons The Very Best Of The Goons
EMI Vault date: January 13, 1975 - Mono only, Brown EMI label
SKAO-6430 Sylvia Tyson Woman’s World
EMI Vault date: June 9, 1975 - Orange label, gatefold
6430 lp
SM-6431 Brian Browne Morning, Noon, & Night Time Too
EMI Vault date: August 11, 1975
SM-6432 Malka And Joso Jewish Songs
EMI Vault date: August 11, 1975
SM-6433 Lee Gagnon Discotheque
EMI Vault date: August 11, 1975
6000 lp
ST-6434 The Kings Singers Keep On Changing
EMI Vault date: August 11, 1975 - Brown EMI label
ST-6435 Bette Davis Miss Bette Davis
1976 - Brown EMI label, custom inner sleeve
6000 lp
ST-6436 Hugo Strasser Once More With Feeling
EMI Vault date: November 8, 1975
ST-6437 Ann Mortifee Baptism
EMI Vault date: January 12, 1976 - Brown EMI label
ST-6438 Maneige Les Porches
EMI Vault date: November 10, 1975
ST-6439 Suzanne Stevens Love’s The Only Game In Town
EMI Vault date: November 24, 1975 - Orange label. Crossed over from the Quebec market, Capitol had already issued the LP «En Route» on orange Capitol ST-70.032, 1974
ST-6440 Sandy Davis Back On My Feet Again
EMI Vault date: November 10, 1975
ST-6441 Sylvia Tyson Cool Wind From The North
EMI Vault date: September 1976 - Orange label. Also issued on 8-Track tape cartridge as 8XT-6441, standard black cardboard box with white print
ST-6442 Simon Park Venus Fly Trap
EMI Vault date: March 8, 1976
ST-6443 Gonzalez Our Only Weapon Is Our Music
EMI Vault date: March 8, 1976. UK funk group, brown EMI label
ST-6444 Various Artists Hits Of The Mersey Era Volume 1
ST-6445 Cliff Richard 31st. Of February Street
EMI Vault date: September 13, 1976
ST-6446 Various Artists Hits Of The Sixties
no release date
ST-6447 Various Artists Disco Date
EMI Vault date: May 10, 1976
ST-6448 Pussycat Smile
EMI Vault date: November 8, 1976
ST-6449 Gil Ventura That’s The Way I Like It
February 14, 1977
ST-6450 The Albion Dance Band The Prospect Before Us
EMI Vault date: May 9, 1977 - (UK Folk)
ST-6451 Rolf Harris Turn On
EMI Vault date: September 14, 1976
6000 lp
ST-6452 Vera Lynn In Nashville
EMI Vault date: August 8, 1977
ST-6453 Marshall Hain Free Ride
EMI Vault date: August 8, 1977
ST-6454 Anne Murray There’s A Hippo In My Tub
EMI Vault date: October 1978 - Purple label. Issued with special inner sleeve with printed lyrics, re-issued on LP as SN 16233 on the green Capitol dome re-issue label in the early 1980s (no insert), also re-issued on CD in the 1980s
6000 lp
ST-6455 Cliff Richard TBD
release cancelled
STAO-6456 Kate Bush Lionheart
EMI Vault date: December 1978 - Black/rainbow label
ST-6457 Mandingo Savage Rite
EMI Vault date: January 1979
ST-6458 Matumbi Seven Seals
EMI Vault date: January 1979
ST-6459 Long John Baldry Baldry’s Out
EMI Vault date: February 12, 1979 - Purple label, Insert
6459 lp
ST-6460 Chas And Dave Rockney
No release date - UK cockney duo
ST-6461 Cliff Richard Rock & Roll Juvenile
EMI Vault date: September 1979
ST-6462 Pam Ayres Some More Of Me Poems & Songs
subtitled "...live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London". Harvest ST-6462 (yellow/green label). Single LP, non-gatefold, 1976 EMI (probably released in Canada in 1979). SPC on spine (Shorewood)
Content: English spoken word/a cappella vocal live performance.
Note: the title is "Some More of Me..." not "Some More of My..."
ST-6463 Lisa Dal Bello Pretty Girls
No release date
ST-6464 Prism Prism
EMI Vault date: November 1979
ST-6465 Prism See Forever Eyes
No release date
SPRO 202 Prism Sampler
White label promo for the Album Armageddon. Housed in a plain white cover with a yellow sticker listing the 8 tracks featured, and mentions "from the album Armageddon, ST 6466".
spro202 lp
ST-6466 Prism Armageddon
EMI Vault date: 1979 - Purple label, insert. Vancouver, B.C. band, Bryan Adams wrote 3 songs on this LP
6466 lp
ST-6467 Surrender Surrender
EMI Vault date: 1979 - Purple label, insert
ST-6468 Screen Idols Premiere
EMI Vault date: February 1980
ST-6469 Rambow TBD
Release cancelled
ST-6470 The Monks Bad Habits
EMI Vault date: March 1980 - Harvest label. «Drugs In My Pocket» was a huge hit in Canada, sleeve date is 1979
ST-6471 Matumbi
EMI Vault date: March 1980
ST-6472 Che And Ray TBD
EMI Vault date: April 1980
ST-6473 The Flys TBD
EMI Vault date: June 1980
ST-6474 Roy Harper TBD
EMI Vault date: June 1980 - UK folk artist
ST-6475 The Start Hey You
EMI Vault date: July 1980
6475 lp
STAO-6476 Kate Bush Never Forever
EMI Vault date: October 6, 1980 - Custom label
ST-6477 Prism Greatest Hits
EMI Vault date: October 13, 1980
ST-6478 Reckless Reckless
No release date
ST-6479 Singbird No Ordinary Child
No release date
ST-6480 Photograph The Photograph Album
EMI Vault date: November 1980
ST-6481 Streetheart Drugstore Dancer
EMI Vault date: November 1980
6481 lp
ST-6482 Eloy Wings Of Vision
EMI Vault date: January 1981 - Harvest
ST-6483 Shona Laing Tied To The Tracks
EMI Vault date: March 1981 - Harvest
ST-6484 The Monks Bad Habits
EMI Vault date: March 1981 - re-issue of 6470
LT-6485 Fischer Z Red Skies Over Paradise
EMI Vault date: April 1981 - Liberty
ST-6486 Chris Hall Lifeline
EMI Vault date: July 1981
6486 lp
ST-6487 Klaatu Magenta Lake
EMI Vault date: September 1981
6487 lp
ST-6488 Frank Mills Prelude To Romance
EMI Vault date: August 1981 - Purple label
CKBB-6489 Leggat Illuminations
January 1982 - (CKBB is a radio station)
ST-6490 Long John Baldry Rock With The Best
EMI Vault date: January 1982 - Purple label
ST-6491 Streetheart Streetheart
EMI Vault date: January 1982
6491 lp
ST-6492 Bruce Miller Magic Night
EMI Vault date: March 1982
ST-6493 Chris Hall Hypnotized
EMI Vault date: February 1983
ST-6494 Cliff Richard The Early Years
June 1982 - EMI America
ST-6495 Angelic Upstarts Still From The Heart
EMI Vault date: May 1982 - not released
ST-6496 Frank Mills Rondo
EMI Vault date: August 1982
6496 lp
ST-6497 Bob Schneider Listen To The Children
EMI Vault date: August 1982
ST-6498 Bob Schneider When You Dream A Dream
EMI Vault date: August 1982
ST-6499 Streetheart Dancing With Danger
EMI Vault date: January 1983
ST-6500 Helix No Rest For The Wicked
EMI Vault date: March 1983 - Canadian release number voided, moved to a US catalogue number
ST-6501 Frank Mills Music Box Dancer
EMI Vault date: May 1983 - Black/rainbow label
ST-6502 Frank Mills Sunday Morning Suite
EMI Vault date: May 1983 - Black/rainbow label
ST-6503 David Wilcox My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble
EMI Vault date: July 1983
ST-6504 Bob Schneider Having A Good Time
EMI Vault date: September 1983
6000 lp
ST-6505 David Wilcox Out Of The Woods
EMI Vault date: August 1983
ST-6506 Frank Mills A Special Christmas
EMI Vault date: September 1983
6506 lp
ST-6507 Streetheart Live After Dark
EMI Vault date: October 1983
ST-6508 Andrew Powell Plays The Best Of The Alan Parsons Project
EMI Vault date: December 1983
ST-6509 Franck Pourcel In A Nostalgia Mood
EMI Vault date: December 1983
ST-6510 Luba TBD
Release cancelled, US number used
ST-6511 The Shorts Comment Ca Va
EMI Vault date: February 1984
ST-6512 Bruce Murray Two Hearts
EMI Vault date: September 13, 1984
ST-6513 David Wilcox Bad Reputation
EMI Vault date: August 1984
6000 lp
ST-6514 Streetheart Buried Treasure
EMI Vault date: November 1984
STBK-6515 Frank Zappa Them Or Us
EMI Vault date: 1984 - Black/rainbow label. This is a 2 LP set
SQ-6516 Marillion Real To Reel (live)
cassette ?, no release date
ST-6517 Rodney Rude TBD
EMI Vault date: January 1985
ST-6518 Frank Zappa Francesco
EMI Vault date: March 1985
ST-6519 Bamboo Stop All Distractions
EMI Vault date: June 1985
SQ-6520 Various Artists Moose Molten Metal
EMI Vault date: June 1985 - Cassette ?
SKCO-6521 Frank Zappa Thing Fish
EMI Vault date: June 8, 1985 - 3-record set, $26.95
ST-6522 David Wilcox David Wilcox
EMI Vault date: July 1985 - Black/rainbow
ST-6523 Unused - -
«do not use» - already on the system from years ago
SQ-6524 Various Artists Dance Compilation, Dance Mixes
Cassette only, no release date
ST-6525 Francesca TBD
possibly Frank Zappa ?, no release date
4XQ-6526 Various Artists Country Compilation
Cassette only, no release date
ST-6527 Glass Tiger The Thin Red Line
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Cassette. THIS LP WAS PRESSED ON CLEAR AS WELL AS BLACK VINYL – both with Black/rainbow retro label
ALSO RELEASED ON COMPACT DISC USING CATALOGUE NUMBER CDP-746313-2
ST-6528 Unused number already in the system
ST-6529 Saxon Strong Arm Of The Law
No release date
ST-6530 Frank Zappa Sheik Yerbouti
No release date
ST-6531 Frank Zappa Tinseltown Rebellion
No release date
ST-6532 Frank Zappa You Are What You Is
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Black/rainbow label. 2 LP re-issue of LP released in USA in 1981, two different custom inner sleeves with lyrics
ST-6533 Frank Zappa Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch
No release date
ST-6534 Frank Zappa The Man From Utopia
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Black/rainbow label. Special inner sleeve with printed lyrics, the LP was originally issued in the USA in 1983
ST-6535 Frank Zappa Vs. The Mothers Of Prevention
No release date
ST-6536 Saxon Saxon
No release date
ST-6537 Saxon Denim And Leather
No release date
ST-6538 Saxon Wheels Of Steel
No release date
ST-6539 Unused - -
already in the system
SQ-6540 Various Artists Moose Molten Metal Volume 2
Cassette, no release date
ST-6541 Zappacosta A To Z
6541 lp
ST-6542 Talk Talk It’s My Mix
No release date
6542 lp
ST-6543 The Partland Brothers Electric Honey
No release date
ST-6544 Soundtrack Mona Lisa
No release date
ST-6545 Fate Fate
No release date
ST-6546 Vicious Pink Vicious Pink
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Spanish pop
ST-6547 Strange Cruise Strange Cruise
No release date
ST-6548 Frank Mills Transitions
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Black/rainbow label
ST-6549 Les Immer Essen Tally-Ho
No release date
ST-6550 Johnny Clegg / Savuka Third World Child
No release date
6000 lp
ST-6551 Daniel Lavoie Tips
No release date
ST-6552 The Partland Brothers American
No release date
ST-6553 Frank Zappa Jazz From Hell
EMI Vault date: 1986 - Black/rainbow label
ST-6554 Queen Live Magic
No release date
ST-6555 Rock And Hyde Under The Volcano
No release date
6555 lp
ST-6556 Hot Chocolate The Very Best Of Hot Chocolate
No release date
ST-6557 The Hollies Twenty Golden Greats
No release date
ST-6558 The Saints All Fools Day
No release date
ST-6559 Unused do not use
ST-6560 Roxette Pearls Of Passion
No release date
ST-6561 Unused do not use
ST-6562 Unused - -
David Wilcox crossed out, do not use
ST-6563 Unused - -
Strange Advance crossed out, do not use
CLT-6564 Tom Cochrane Hang On To Your Resistance (The Early Years)
Re-issue of the 1974 LP of the same title on Daffodil Records, different cover though) (Black/rainbow label, 1987, no release date) (this was the last disc issued on the 6000 series – note the use of CLT on the catalogue number
6000 lp






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