Rolling Stones – Between The Buttons , album cover differences

This blog of the album “Between The Buttons” shows three different types of album front covers used:

  1. Between The Buttons with catalognr PAX ISK 1027 from ISRAEL – the front cover has a group photo of the Rolling Stones with on the upper half , two “buttons” with the album title and the band-name. The bottom left corner has the PAX logo inside a light blue box.
  2. Between The Buttons with catalognr Decca SLK 16 450-P ZAL 7644 from Germany – the front cover has the group photo of the Rolling Stones and with the DECCA logo on the bottom left corner. There are NO band-name nor album title on the front.
  3. Between The Button with catalog LONDON 820 051 from West-Germany which has a “button” in the top right corner with the band-name “The Rolling Stones” inside, in the bottom left corner there its “LONDON” records logo inside a blue/red box. There is NO album-title on the album front cover.

Examples of these three album covers are shown on my website.

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