Buying the LPs sampled on Nice Enough to Eat.
The differences in tracks between the Canadian and UK releases of the vinyl LP are as follow:
Tracks 1,2 and 4 on Side 1 are the same; Track 3 (Canadian), however, is “Walk on the Water”, instead of “Sing Me a Song that I Know”.
Tracks 3, 4, and 5 on Side 2 are the same, so the Canadians did get the mega contrast of “Backwash” and “Ain’t Ya Coming Home, Babe?” (called “Ain’t Ya Coming Home?” on the Canadian version) eliding into each other, unlike the US version, which apparently didn’t. Indeed, the Canadian cover notes lump the 2 tracks together, although like the UK there is in fact no particular comment on “Backwash”.
Track 1 on the Canadian Side 2 is “See My Way” instead of “Up and Coming”, and Track 2 likewise is “Summer Day” intead of “Leave it with Me”. As will be observed in due course, this makes the Canadian version much less jazzier than the UK one. More of these tracks later.
It can already be seen that the Canadian version does not have the track sampled on “Nice Enough to Eat”. In this respect, there is a link between Blodwyn Pig and Panama Ltd Jug Band (“PLJB”). The only vinyl version I have of the first, eponymous, PLJB LP I have is a Canadian one, and this lacks “Round and Round”, the track sampled from the UK version for the Harvest sampler “Picnic”.