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I was hoping to supply the images for MJQ Live at Music Inn but I'm unable to connect the
issue no with my copy. It says its Warners Brothers MTCJ 6005 (WQCP 214) you have AMCY 1175
There is something else on the back cover P.J.L http://www.pjl.jp what is this cd ? does anyone know?
Good packaging though
 
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Looks to me like it's a real item - not sure about "WQCP 214" but MTCJ was a real release.

pjl appears to be the label.

Do you have any other MTCJ releases?

Thanks, Sam.
 
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Thanks Sam,
I don't have any more, but I'm always looking. This mini lp collecting has got me hooked.
Can I upload the images to the MJQ listings? I have scanned them.
 
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