Playback reflects this with surface-noise throughout (still listenable) and two jumps on I Saw Her Standing There. The correct, and appropriate time period, replacement inner is very solid and quite fresh for its age (Made In England). Although not a great player, she is of course highly collectible for those who love the Beatles on vinyl, and know what she is (Northern Songs Black & Gold Labels had the shortest pressing run of all variations of Please Please Me, even shorter than the original Black & Golds, 69s, & 81 Monos). Both sides have -1Ns in the runouts (no special stampers).Original sleeve is in less than desirable shape, but shes holding together. It is unknown wether she is truly a 1st print sleeve since the Angus McBean credit is completely gone (work off), but the rear cover does feature (at least) the. From the Beatles Collection site.
Front laminated cover, with large mono on front. Black label with gold print and. Printed at the start perimeter print. I Saw Her Standing There.
Do You Want To Know A Secret. Matrix numbers: Side 1: XEX 421-1N; Side 2: XEX 422-1N. Credits from the first pressing have now been altered to read.
This change occurred very quickly as the typesetter for the credits wasnt informed that the Beatles had worked with Dick James to set up their own, new. Publishing company for Lennon and McCartneys original songs. These copies are rarer than the first (Black & Gold) variation(s). The item "The Beatles Please Please Me U.
Mono Vinyl 63 (Northern Songs) BLACK & GOLD" is in sale since Tuesday, December 24, 2019. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "steamy126" and is located in Provincetown, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.