In Iran there were no specific Dave Dee (Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich) releases. But some DDDBMT songs were released on more-artists-EP’s.
We adapted the following info from http://www.persiandiscography.com/45S.htm
The first Persian 45s recorded for “AHANG” (means “song”) label in early 1959 and produced in Germany. By mid 1960, more than 200 records were released as 45 rpm 7″ records, beside 3 “AHANG” LPs. Main artists of these records are Delkesh, Viguen, Mehrpooya, Pooran and Manuchehr and most of them are examples of a new genre in Persian music, may be called “imported pop” and show the influence of western pop, jazz and blues. Ahang records were distributed by Beethoven company based in Manuchehri ave. in Tehran owned by Karim Chamanara, then Ahang label changed to “Ahang e Rooz” and stayed the most important 45 rpm between 1966 and 1977.
The local companies who were owners of 78 rpm labels, changed their format to 45 rpm and beside new recordings, transferred some of their best sellers to 45 vinyl records. MUSICAL RECORD COMPANY (M.R.C) kept on its label and not a long later changed it to MUSICAL and then to MERCURI MUSICAL based in Elizabeth Blvd. in Tehran with a general colored jacket instead of the normal white non-printed jackets.
SHAHERZAD reproduced some its 78 rpm records in new format (45 rpm) but was left very soon and before 1961 and substituted by IRAN GRAM label. This company was based in Tehran, Naderi avenue.
ROYAL stayed the most active label of 3 mentioned 78 Persian labels up to 1975 and beside reproducing some old records in 45 rpm format, prepared many new recordings of different artists and in all genres of Persian music
labels of 45s
After 1965, more than 100 labels of 45 rpm records appeared in the market except privates and some of them were local labels containing name of a city. Most famous and important of them are:
AHANG-E-ROOZ, A.B.C, IRAN GRAM, MONOGRAM, APOLON, CASPIAN, LAVI, PARS RECORD, ANUSHIRAVAN, AREF (private label), GOLDEN RECORD, OLYMPIC, BALET, KONSESIOM PAKHSH E SAFHEH IRAN, NAGHMEH, MUSICAL TABRIZ, MUSICAL SHIRAZ, LARESTAN, C.B.S, FARHANG O HONAR and many others.
Side A: Give Peace A Chance (Plastic Ono Band)/
Side B: To Love Somebody (Bee Gees) / Snake In The Grass
Reproducing singles & EPs
Many of international singles were produced in Iran by mentioned companies, most of them as EPs 7″ containing 4 tracks. The main labels were:
AJ 779 RT439 A/B
Side A: This Is My Song (Petula Clark) / Okay
Side A: Mellow Yellow (Donovan) / Pushing Too Hard (Seeds)
Top20: About 1970 there was a program in Tehran Radio II with the same name for a Persian chart. In these times, some 45s released with Top20 label beside a quarterly with the same name containing chart, lyrics and their translation to Persian.
Side A: Okay / Pictures Of Lily (Whot)
Side B: Mellow Yellow (Donovan) / Western Union (Five Americans)
Side A: Hit The Road Jack (Animals) / High Time Baby (Spencer Davis)
Side B: Hands Off / Iraggazi Del Chiaro Di Luna (Pepino da Cliardi)
most of Top4 records were Rock and was made by Ahang e Rooz company.
Side A: Here’s A Heart / Hold Tight
Side B: Younger Girl (The Critters) / You’re A Better Man Than I (Yardbirds)
Side A: I Can’t See Nobody (Bee Gees) / Okay
Side B: Mon Amour Mon Ami (Marie Laforet) / Mellow Yellow (Donovan)
Side A: You’re Just About To Lose Your Clown (Ray Charles) / Heart Full Of Tears (Emily Jackson)
Side B: Save Me / Come Marian (Four Seasons)
Side A: The Legend Of Xanadu / Toom Toom (Is A Little Boy) (Reparata And The Delrons)
Side B: (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding) / Money Money (Tommy James) Seasons)
On the label ‘Royal’ Last Night In Soho was released. We found two different sleeves. Both are shown below
AJ 904 A/B RT 496
Side A: Last Night In Soho / Ob La Di Ob la Da (Marmalade)
Side B: Misses Robinson (Wrongly stated to The Beatles; should be Simon & Garfunkel) / Chains (Marmalade)
Side A: Memphis Train (Buddy Miles) / Me And My Life (Tremeloes)
Side B: Mr. President (DBM&T) / Be Aware (Jimmy Cliff)