Introducing the Beatles VJ 1062 Version 2 LP Oval Logo URJ AL Coffin-King 2-6-64. Introducing The Beatles, Vee-Jay VJLP 1062, Mono Record Variations (Version Two).
Black label with an outer rim color band featuring an oval logo. There are two verified typesetting variations of this record. First record variation has left justified song titles and songwriters' credit in small type with medium type. This variation has a humorous typo in the songwriters' credit for. Which was written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King.The record's trail off areas include the following hand etched markings: "URJ", "AL" the date 2-6-64 and the matrix followed by "-1". The machine stamped Audio Matrix logo also appears.
This thick vinyl pressing was manufactured by Southern Plastics. Second record variation has left justified titles and credits. All in small print on the label. Do not appear on the label. There are at least two trail off area variations: "URJ" and matrix numbers hand etched an both sides and "URJ" and the matrix number 63-3402-2 on Side 1 and "URJ" and the matrix number 63-3403-3 on Side 2.
This variation has characteristics similar to albums pressed by Columbia Records in Bridgeport. This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records". The seller is "piperjon013" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.