BOSS OF THE BOARDWALK (THE)
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Original (700 copies) came in plain brown cover with numbered (red stamp) untitled insert with Bruce sitting, like 'Roulette', titled labels. Repressed with same but unnumbered insert (700 copies) and with numbered stamped cover. Further repressed with different insert (Boy and police).
Probably the real producer is East Side Music, which labeled the 1st and 2nd press
|1/1||Jazz musician||New York,NY,CBS Studios(USA) 03-May-1972/1||-||2|
|1/2||Mary queen of Arkansas||  "||-||98|
|1/3||It's hard to be a saint in the city||  "||-||98|
|1/4||Two hearts on a true waltz time||  "||-||1|
|1/5||Does this bus stop at 82nd street?||  "||-||98|
|2/1||If I were the priest||  "||-||3|
|2/2||Growin' up||  "||-||98|
|2/3||Arabian night||  "||-||2|
|2/4||Street queen||  "||-||1|