Like South Africa & Rhodesia it does not mention
the name of the country on the label.

The labels are slightly modified versions of the ones from the UK and share
the same catalog & matrix numbers. However RCA Victor in the UK
stopped using these black labels in 1968 after "D. W. Washburn".

"BCNN" (on the label below) stands for the "Broadcasting Corporation
of Northern Nigeria" which was created in 1962.

This confirms it is from Nigeria and the history of the British Empire
over Nigeria (they gained their independence in 1960)
also explains the similarities in the labels.


Released in 1969
Highest Chart Position: ?

RCA 1824

Someday Man/
Listen To The Band