Beatles Beatles'65 Sealed Vinyl Record LP Album USA 1964 1st Capitol ST 2228. Format: Virgin Vinyl LP - Original Factory Sealed.
There is No RIAA Gold Record Logo on front cover. File Under The Beatles, ST 2228... Are found in the upper right corner, front cover. The inner sleeve can be seen and the color is Orange.
There is no number by RIAA Logo on the back cover. On the back cover "THIS STEREO RECORD SHOULD BE PLAYED ONLY WITH A STEREO CARTRIDGE AND NEEDLE TO AVOID DAMAGE". The Beatles released their latest official long-player, Beatles for Sale, in England on December 4 of 1964, capping a year of the most extraordinary activity ever seen on the part of a performing group.
Meanwhile, back in the U. Where sales were easily dwarfing the group's U. Success by sheer weight of numbers, Capitol Records saw no reason to give 14 new songs to the waiting public, especially as they were sitting on one leftover song from the U. A Hard Day's Night album, and had a current single whose two sides, "I Feel Fine" and "She's a Woman, " they could use to promote whatever they released. The result was Beatles'65, issued a little less than two weeks before the start of that year and ten days before Christmas.This was the first U. Album on which the commingling of tracks started to wear on the originals. Beatles'65 was essentially the core of the rather dour Beatles for Sale, punched up with the new single and an offbeat but killer remnant from A Hard Day's Night. While it all sounded OK and duly topped the charts, the cohesion was starting to get lost; between the acoustic-textured Beatles for Sale numbers and the feedback-laden "I Feel Fine, " the hard-rocking "She's a Woman, " and the somewhat less sharp-edged Carl Perkins covers here, there was less and less method to the compiling for the U. This came courtesy of Dave Dexter, Jr. A Capitol executive who'd had to be ordered to start authorizing the release of Beatles material by Capitol in America (as opposed to passing on it and letting other licensees handle it), and seemingly spent most of the next two years trying to prove how right he'd been to neglect them. The odd thing was that, despite the weak and odd recouplings of songs, the album did sell, and song for song it was still better than anything the competition was creating -- as long as the singles were everything they should be, the band was on safe ground. With this and its next release, Capitol was starting to figure out just how valuable each Beatles song was by itself, and how far they could go repackaging them, as long as they retained some measure of common sense. They lost that attribute with the U. Album, courtesy of Dexter, but in the meantime the label did get out flawed if entertaining compilations such as this. I'll Follow The Sun.
Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby. THE VIRGIN VINYL ALBUM IS STILL ORIGINAL FACTORY SEALED. PASTA ON COVER IS STILL SEALED AND COVERED IN ITS ORIGINAL SHRINK WRAP W/ SOME CORNER WEAR AND STICKERS AND A SMALL 1 SPLIT IN WRAP ON THE RIGHT SIDE AND THE INNER SLEEVE CAN BE SEEN THE COLOR IS ORANGE.
NO OTHER IMPERFECTIONS ON THE COVER. No split seams No creases. No saw-marks or indents No dirt/dust rubbing stains (friction marks caused by rubbing against other covers) No yellowing from aging No writing No tape No water damage No warping No wax, glue, paint or liquid drops on the cover No glue traces or wax residue. Please use all the pictures to help with the condition. If any questions, please ask!
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