On the basis of some early A&M 45s, including this one, it may be time to increase the homeowners' insurance coverage.
I've got a surprise for you:Another Unicorn in the A&M Singles World: Karen Brian "Love Me Not Tomorrow" (orig. by We Five, written by John Stewart) and "Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On" (Paul Williams & Roger Nichols, the latter who produced both songs on this long, lost '45') A&M 1071
That's a good find. The only b-sides or unreleased tracks I've found were "Mexican Drummer Man" and "Fire and Rain," both easy to find. I just don't shop singles much unless I am specifically looking for a b-side I don't have (well, that and I often forget to look for the b-sides on my want list...it's an age thing ).I have a promotional copy of the 45 of "Whistle Song (AKA Whistle Star)" mono on one side, stereo on the other that I picked up a long time ago looking through HA singles in a used record shop.