The b-side is dated 1963, which may mean that it's the original mix. The a-side is the 1993 remix. The a-side is in stereo. S7-17692 "Hard Day's Night"/"Things We Said Today" white vinyl.The b-side is the original 1964 mix. Both sides are in stereo. NOTE: This is the only appearance of "Things We Said Today" in stereo in any format other than cassette since 1988. S7-17694 "Hey Jude"/"Revolution" blue vinyl. Both sides are 1988 remixes. In the case of "Revolution, " it sounds as though an attempt was made to mix a new mono mix from the stereo.
S7-17698 "Something"/"Come Together" blue vinyl. Both songs are the 1987 remixes. Both songs are in stereo. S7-17700 "Here Comes the Sun"/"Octopus's Garden" gold vinyl. Both sides are 1987 remixes.
S7-18892 "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"/"Blackbird" The a-side label reads (p) 1987. The a-side is faded in, so we don't hear the "eh-up" intro. The b-side starts with an ever-so-brief bit of the gibberish that precedes "Blackbird" on the Beatles album. S7-18894 "Nowhere Man"/"What Goes On" The a-side label reads (p) 1987, and both sides appear to be the digital remixes--with "What Goes On" it's not so easy to tell.
This pairing is like that of an earlier US single. Here, it is featured on green vinyl. S7-18897 "Here, There, and Everywhere"/"Good Day Sunshine" Both sides are in stereo on this gold vinyl single. S7-18898 "Long and Winding Road"/"For You Blue" The a-side label reads (p) 1987. Both songs are in stereo as on the Let It Be album, with the b-side starting with the Queen says'no'...
The single is on blue vinyl, naturally. This pairing was the first release by the Beatles in the USA after the group's breakup. S7-18899 "Got to Get You Into My Life"/"Helter Skelter" Both songs are in stereo.This record was originally released in 1976 in conjunction with the Rock and Roll Music LP. Here, the single appears on gold vinyl. S7-18900 "Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da"/"Julia" The a-side label reads (p) 1987. The a-side recording ends with a chuckle. This record was originally released in the USA in 1976.
Now, it appears on clear vinyl. S7-18901 "Yesterday"/"Act Naturally" The a-side label reads (p) 1987. The a-side is the digital remix. The a-side here is stereo, while the b-side appears in mono.
The single was originally released in the USA in 1965, when it shot to #1. Here, the single is on pink vinyl. The item "THE BEATLES 15 Rare 1990s Capitol Records Jukebox Only Colored Vinyl Singles OOP" is in sale since Monday, November 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Music\Records".
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