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You may also like. Make an offer. As this album was the first album by the Beatles issued anywhere, collectors around the world are interested in acquiring copies of Please Please Me on the black and gold label. These numbers usually indicate the catalog number of the album itself, so that record company employees would know which stampers to use to press a particular record when grabbing them from storage.
Those dead wax numbers also indicate, however, roughly how many records of that title had been pressed before it. A stamper code usually consisted of one, two or three letters, using the table below:. Each stamper was usually used to press discs, and then it was discarded and replaced with a new one. As a general rule, Beatles albums with earlier stamper numbers tend to sell for more money among collectors than those with higher stamper numbers, with the emphasis on owning a copy of the album that was pressed as close to the original date of release as possible.
Keep in mind that Beatles albums in Britain were issued in both mono LP) stereo through Yellow Submarine and that both mono and stereo pressings would have their own sequence of stamper numbers. At the time of the release of Please Please Me in earlymono records outsold their stereo counterparts by a ratio of nearlymaking early stereo pressings quite scarce in comparison with mono copies.
This ratio changed through the s, and bymost 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 Dream Baby - The Beatles - Re-Introducing The Beatles (Vinyl artists. During the first quarter oflawyers 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, Dream Baby - The Beatles - Re-Introducing The Beatles (Vinyl, 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 Stagewhich 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 Alland 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 inthey 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.
In addition, most counterfeit copies have stereo covers but have discs that do not say stereo on the label. As mono albums were more popular than stereo pressings inVee Jay pressed approximately 50 mono copies of each title for every stereo copy, making stereo pressings of Introducing the Beatles, Songs Pictures and Stories of the Beatles and The Beatles vs.
Prior to signing their contract to record for Parlophone in earlythe Beatles recorded some songs in Germany as a backup band for British singer Tony Sheridan.
Both of these albums were later reissued on subsidiary labels under different titles. No one ever heard Dream Baby - The Beatles - Re-Introducing The Beatles (Vinyl the Titans or the Swallows again. Another label called Savage Records released an album called The Savage Young Beatles that contained much of the same material.
This album was a bit unusual in that it included a photo of the Beatles on the cover. All of these albums are somewhat scarce today and are fairly collectible. Once Capitol Records secured the rights to release Beatles albums, they began to release them with gusto. The record-buying public had demonstrated that they were willing to buy albums in quantities previously unseen in the music industry, so Capitol set out to give the public as many Beatles albums as they were willing to buy.
Preparations for the LP's release continued in late June and early Julyincluding the manufacturing of masters and metal parts and the printing of 6, front covers. The Beatles was first released on 22 July   no documentation exists to confirm that the album was released at any time in A management shake-up at Vee-Jay, which included the resignation of the label's president Ewart Abner after he used company money to cover personal gambling debts,  resulted in the cancellation of the release of Introducing Vee-Jay's financial problems forced it to take care of its most pressing debt first.
Because the Beatles and Ifield were low priorities, the label chose not to report royalties on their sales. As a result, Transglobal declared its contract with Vee-Jay null and void on 8 August On 14 DecemberBillboard magazine mentioned that Capitol Records planned an all-out promotional campaign for the Beatles in the United States.
Desperate for cash, the board decided to release Introducing The Beatleseven if it meant legal trouble in the future. Metal parts were already at Vee-Jay's three primary pressing plants, and 6, front covers were already printed. But it had no back cover prepared. So, as a stopgap, the label used a back cover slick made from one side of its standard inner sleeve, consisting of full-colour reproductions of the covers of 25 "other fine albums of significant interest".
A second stopgap back cover was used when the "Ad Back" slicks were exhausted; because it is all-white with no printing at all, it is known by collectors as the "Blank Back" edition and is also very rare.
Finally, third editions contain Vee-Jay's official back cover, with Introducing The Beatles near the top and the song titles in two columns underneath. All of these were available on the market within days of the 10 January release date.
But on 16 Januaryless than a week after Introducing The Beatles was released, Vee-Jay was served with a restraining order stopping further LP). Beechwood Music, Inc.
I Love You ", and because the two songs had not yet been officially released in the US, Beechwood refused to issue a license for Vee-Jay to release them. The Beatles had been released with the two songs on them, with only 2, or so in stereo.
To circumvent the restraining order, Vee-Jay quickly reconfigured Introducing It removed "Love Me Do" and "P. I Love You" and replaced them with the previously omitted "Ask Me Why" and "Please Please Me", though some pressings of the album did not alter the track list. The new versions were prepared in late January and began appearing in stores around 10 February Because of the initial restraining order, version two of Introducing Once it did, it quickly rose to the number two spot, where it stayed for nine straight weeks.
First came the album Jolly What! Even with the replacement of the two Beechwood Music songs, Vee-Jay and Capitol battled in court throughout the early part of Injunctions against Vee-Jay's album were issued, lifted and restored more than once.
Vee-Jay was granted a license giving it the right to issue the 16 Beatles' songs it controlled, in any way it saw fit, until 15 October At that time, its license expired, and all rights would revert to Capitol. The Beatles was available, it sold approximately 1, mono copies and approximately 41, stereo copies. Because only 3. Twice before its license expired, Vee-Jay repackaged Introducing
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