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The cover art and liner notes are included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of the disk holder in the DVD box is undamaged. This price is for the lot. EMI only made a small pressing of each batch in stereo, and this first pressing has famed Dick James Music credits.
Not so. There are three known copies of this item. Anti-social behaviour saw the band thrown off the label like a shot. Though 20, copies of God Save The Queen were pressed, most were destroyed, making it vitally collectable. These few acetates were deployed by the late Malcolm McLaren to secure the band a new deal and gigs after the EMI debacle. The labels reproduced the original with no mention of The Quarry Men. At Christmas, George, Ringo and others received copies.
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Return Policy. This ratio changed through the s, and by , most records sold were in stereo, making mono pressings of later Beatles albums, such as the White Album or Yellow Submarine much harder to find than stereo pressings. An original American copy of just about any Beatles album will be easier to find than its British equivalent. In addition to the Beatles albums above, which were pressed by Parlophone for sale within the UK, the label also pressed a few Beatles albums that were intended to be exported to other countries.
These were all rather limited in production and are quite rare today and are highly sought out by collectors. The three albums above have the same title, cover art and track listing as the American albums of the same title, but they have Parlophone labels instead of Capitol labels. In addition to the titles above, four different Beatles albums were pressed on colored vinyl in for export to the United States:. In the meantime, the Beatles put together a string of hits in the UK, and Capitol Records took notice.
Instead, the back cover of the album simply had photos of other albums by Vee Jay artists. During the first quarter of , lawyers for the various labels sorted out the matter of whether Vee Jay or Capitol had the rights to the Beatles catalog, and in the end, Vee Jay was given until October, to stop releasing Beatles product.
Tiny Vee Jay was ovewhelmed by demand for their only Beatles album, and they subsequently contracted pressing of the album to multiple companies, which resulted in dozens of pressing and label variations. Some covers listed song titles, others had blank white covers, and some albums were pressed with smaller labels intended for 45 RPM singles when they ran short. With the October deadline coming up, Vee Jay decided to repackage the limited amount of Beatles material they had in order to increase sales.
Yet another album combined four Beatles songs that had previously been issued only as singles with a number of songs by singer Frank Ifield and was given the awkward and misleading title of The Beatles and Frank Ifield on Stage , which gave buyers the mistaken impression that the album was recorded live in concert. This album was issued with two different covers, and the second one, which features a drawing of the Beatles but no Frank Ifield on the cover, is among the rarest of all Beatles albums.
Vee Jay also released an album of interviews with the Beatles titled Hear the Beatles Tell All , and this was the one Beatles title that Capitol Records was not able to release themselves, as the album contained no music by the band. While Beatles albums on Vee Jay sold well in , they were all out of print by October of that year, and many of them were treated poorly by their owners.
In addition, Introducing the Beatles has been heavily counterfeited over the years, and may be the most heavily counterfeited record of all time. Most counterfeit copies can be identified by thin vinyl, poor quality printing on the label, and having the name of the band and the title of the album separated by the spindle hole.The CCP Record Company (Pty) Ltd. ("Clive Calder Productions", founded by future Zomba founders Clive Calder and Ralph Simon) began as a production company doing ad hoc work for EMI South Africa and Teal Records in The following year CCP signed a P & D deal with EMI Music South Africa (Pty) Ltd., and in the company was sold to EMI. Today, CCP is a .