12" LP, Black Vinyl
1st Release (1988) DB002; 200 copies. 2nd Release (1990); 300 copies.
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Starting strong with their first full-length LP, Big Butter released Step In And Do A Certain Something in 1988. It was sold in record stores locally in the Fresno area, and I know some copies made it to Tower Records in San Francisco. I am unsure of the distribution beyond that point.
Some of Big Butter's best music is on this LP, and it went through at least two releases. This LP is well worth the hunt for anyone interested in Big Butter.
Big Butter chose impressive 4-color silk screening on heavy-duty paper for their album cover, setting the standard of quality for their following releases. As with most Big Butter releases, Step In And Do A Certain Something is a limited release with each copy individually numbered.
Front Cover (84k) - Back Cover (55k)
Front Cover (185k) - Back Cover (128k)
No mass-produced, cheaply-made album covers here. This LP also came with some interesting inserts and advertisements.
Front (106k) - Back (37k)
Front (234k) - Back (95k)
The stories of Larry Sun-Man and Ruby Fahrstead
Larry Sun-Man (47k) - Ruby Fahrstead (96k)
Larry Sun-Man (105k) - Ruby Fahrstead (163k)
Credits and Advertisement
Credits (111k) - Advertisement (124k)
Credits (239k) - Advertisement (283k)
The Story of Wilfro was an added bonus included with this LP.
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