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|NA650||Love Album||Various Artists||–||203525||–|
|NA651||Raiders of the Pop Charts||Various Artists||–||203531||–|
|NA652||Banjo Favourites||Michael ‘Banjo” Young||1984||–|
|NA653||Details Unknown||Details Unknown||–||–||–|
|NA654||That’s The Way I Like It||KC & The Sunshine Band/||–||–||–|
|NA655||Rock ‘n’ Soul Part 1||Hall and Oats||–||No Matrix No.||Licenced from RCA. CPL1-4858|
|NA656||Can’t Stop Yodelling||Mary Schneider||–||–||–|
|NA657||Details Unknown||Details Unknown||–||–||–|
|NA658||Details Unknown||Details Unknown||–||–||–|
|NA659||Details Unknown||Details Unknown||–||–||–|
|NA660||Bop Till Ya Drop||Delltones||–||–||–|
|NA661||The Diana Ross Story||Diana Ross||1983||208665||–|
|NA662||Are You Old Enough||Dragon||1983||–||Licenced from CBS Special Products Division.
Original songs copyright 1977-1978.
|>||NA663||Simon Says||Simon Townsend – Various Artist||–||208691||Simon Townsend – from children’s TV show Wonderworld – introduces novelty songs.|
|NA664||Blame It On The Boogie||Various Artists||–||203911||–|
|NA665||Very Best of the Commodores||Commodores||–||–||Original price $6.99|
|NA666||Number One In My Heart||Judy Stone||–||–||–|
|NA667||Feelings||Various Artists||–||No Matrix No.||–|
|NA668||Do It Debbie’s Way||Debbie Reynolds||–||–||This appears to be a set including a LP record (Hooked on Swing?) plus a VHS video tape.|
|NA669||Masters of Metal||Various Artists||–||204361||–|
|NA670||Bop Girls||Various Artists||–||–||This album has been made with the help of Pat and Ross Wilson.|
|NA671||Details Unknown||Details Unknown||–||–||–|
|NA672||So Precious To Me||Suzanne Prentice||–||–||–|
|NA673||Breakdance||Various Artists||–||No Matrix No.||–|
|NA674||Greatest Hits||ELO||1984||204831||K-Tel extends sincere thanks to CBS Records Australia Limited for its assistance in the compilation of this album.|
This page covers the third tranche of the NA series from NA650 to NA674, that were either single artist or various artist compilations. Most were advertised on television and radio in some form. The NA series was the main consolidated series of serial numbers and seems to have covered anything that didn’t fit the TA (Teenager) and WA (Western and Country) music genres, although they increasingly slipped into the later NA series.
The order of the early releases is based on the Australian Matrix system that many record companies adhered to. This is often referred to as the MX number. The MX number is not on many later issues and some international re-issues. Furthermore, many of the issues that K-Tel Australia simply acted as a distributer for, or where they did budget reissues for other labels also don’t have MX numbers. Publishing year is given on the rare occasions when printed on the cover or label, or if there is clear evidence that it was issued in a particular year.
(Please note: Inside flip back and double record images will come as I get time to photograph them, and some the front covers will be redone. Enjoy.)
More images to come…