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For 45's: "Fantasy Green & Red" label vs. "Fantasy Brown" label.
Any knowledge on which is a "first press". All my CCR 45's have the green & red label. re Fantasy # 637 "Travelin' Band b/w 'Who'll Stop the Rain", I just got a brown label one from a juke box. Both labels have the same stamped "F 2764" in the dead wax. Both are American pressings to my knowledge. I know the LP's were brown. Any info on the greens vs. browns 45 labels as to which one is a first press?
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For 45's: "Fantasy Green & Red" label vs. "Fantasy Brown" label.
Any knowledge on which is a "first press". All my CCR 45's have the green & red label. re Fantasy # 637 "Travelin' Band b/w 'Who'll Stop the Rain", I just got a brown label one from a juke box. Both labels have the same stamped "F 2764" in the dead wax. Both are American pressings to my knowledge. I know the LP's were brown. Any info on the greens vs. browns 45 labels as to which one is a first press?
Maybe this would be of some help to you.

https://www.bsnpubs.com/fantasy/fant...ntasy9400.html

Apparently Brown Labels were used from 1972 onward?
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For 45's: "Fantasy Green & Red" label vs. "Fantasy Brown" label.
Any knowledge on which is a "first press". All my CCR 45's have the green & red label. re Fantasy # 637 "Travelin' Band b/w 'Who'll Stop the Rain", I just got a brown label one from a juke box. Both labels have the same stamped "F 2764" in the dead wax. Both are American pressings to my knowledge. I know the LP's were brown. Any info on the greens vs. browns 45 labels as to which one is a first press?
There is this also

http://www.45cat.com/record/fantasy637
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The Red and Green labels came first then the brown in 1972.
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The Red and Green labels came first then the brown in 1972.
the 45's color schemes were different from the LPs

So the LP's had a brown color scheme in '72, but the singles had a brown label earlier than that.
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