Beatles – Reel Music 1982 numbered promo-only yellow vinyl LP

beatles - reel music yellow vinyl promo lp

Offered for sale is a relatively low numbered copy (#2260/12,000) of the yellow vinyl release of the Beatles’ 1982 LP, Reel Music.  Yellow vinyl copies were issued only as promotional items and were not offered for sale to the public.

About this copy: The copy offered for sale is a numbered, promo-only copy, pressed on yellow vinyl. This copy is numbered 2260 out of 12,000 copies.

The shrink wrap is fully intact, with no rips, tears or holes.    There is a hype sticker attached to the shrink wrap.

The custom inner sleeve is included, though it has small splits on all three sides, as is common for this title.

The booklet is also included and is M-.

The yellow vinyl disc is M- and looks unplayed.

A nice copy of a great Beatles collectible.

Background: Reel Music was a compilation album released in 1982 by Capitol Records that contained songs that had appeared in the Beatles’ films A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine and Let It Be.

To promote the album, Capitol pressed 12,000 numbered copies on yellow vinyl. These were issued strictly as promotional items and were not offered for sale to the public.

The album featured stereo mixes that were rare to the US or previously unavailable (per Wikipedia):

  • The first US release of the British stereo mix of “I Am the Walrus”. Previous American releases of the song had the intro edited like the mono mix, although an edit of the British version appeared on Rarities two years before
  • The official American debut of the songs “A Hard Day’s Night” and “Ticket to Ride” in true stereo
  • A unique stereo edit of “I Should Have Known Better”, with the harmonica error in the intro fixed. This version was issued only on the Capitol pressing and has never appeared on any other record.

 

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Capitol
Catalog Number:
SV-12199
Year of Release: 1982
Format: Stereo
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Beatles – Sgt. Pepper 1982 Japan red vinyl mono LP with obi

beatles - sgt. pepper japan red vinyl mono lp

Offered for sale is a limited edition red vinyl mono Japanese pressing of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles, complete with original obi.

About this copy:  This copy of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was part of a limited edition series of mono LPs released in Japan in 1982.  This was the first mono Japanese issue, as the original 1967 release was stereo only.

All of the discs in this series were pressed on red vinyl.

The cover is M-.  This LP was issued without the cutout insert that was included in U.S. and UK copies.

The lyric insert is included.

The obi looks M- with no wear or wrinkles, but it does have a small tear at the top edge.

The red vinyl disc is M- and looks unplayed.

A beautiful copy of a fairly scarce colored vinyl Beatles LP and the first copy of this that we’ve had for sale in decades.

Background:  There’s not much point in writing about Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; entire books have been written about the album.  It’s not only the best-known album of the Beatles’ catalog, but it’s regarded as one of the most influential albums ever released.

In the 1960s, most Japanese LPs were issued in stereo only, so most Japanese buyers never had the opportunity to hear the original mono mixes of most of the Beatles songs.

In 1982, EMI records released limited edition red vinyl pressings in mono of all of the Beatles albums from Please Please Me through Yellow Submarine.  This series was reissued in 1986, though that series featured a different obi from this one.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: EMI/Odeon
Catalog Number:
EAS-70137
Year of Release: 1982
Format: Mono
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Beatles – Yesterday and Today mono second state Butcher cover shrink

beatles butcher cover mono shrink wrap

Offered for sale is an exceptionally nice mono copy of a second state Butcher cover pressing of the 1966 LP Yesterday and Today by the Beatles.  The cover is still in the original shrink wrap.

About this copy:  The copy of Yesterday and Today offered for sale is an original 1966 mono second state Butcher cover with the second “trunk” cover pasted over the original “Butcher” cover photo.

This copy is in particularly nice unpeeled condition, and the cover retains all of the original shrink wrap.

This particular copy was pressed at the Los Angeles pressing plant, as noted by the small number 6 in the lower right hand corner of the back cover.

Ringo’s “V” collar is clearly visible under the white portion of the cover to the right of the trunk. (see photo.)

The cover is M- and is nearly perfect, aside from a 1/16″ split on the bottom edge at the mouth of the cover.

The original owner held the shrink wrap in place with cellophane tape, which caused the yellowing that you see in the photos.

This yellowing is not on the cover; it’s only on the shrink wrap.

This cover has:

  • No seam splits
  • Fully legible writing on the spine
  • No ring wear on the back cover
  • No writing on the front or back cover
  • No visible attempts to peel the cover

The mono disc is VG, with a number of small marks, but lots of shine.   The disc is a correct Los Angeles pressing, with a * symbol in the dead wax.  The original orange inner sleeve is included and has no seam splits.

We will include a photocopy of the original “recall” letter from Capitol Records announcing the recall of the album from the market.

A gorgeous example of a mono Second State Butcher cover and the nicest mono pasteover copy we’ve ever had for sale.

Background: There are millions of records that people could possibly collect, but few are as infamous as the original release of Yesterday and Today by the Beatles, which was first released with the cover now known as the “Butcher cover.”

This cover photo depicted the band dressed in butcher smocks, surrounded by plastic doll parts and pieces of raw meat.  When the original cover met with hostile responses from reviewers and distributors, Capitol Records made the decision to withdraw the cover and replace it with another one.

While a few copies with the original cover were kept by reviewers, the remaining copies were returned to Capitol Records prior to the album’s scheduled release date.  Capitol then pasted a new cover over the existing one, put new shrinkwrap on the cover, and shipped the records with the “pasteover” cover to record distributors.

Most copies sold around the time of the album’s release date actually had two covers, with a cover showing the band standing around a steamer trunk pasted over the original “Butcher cover” photo.  Over time, many of these copies have had the top cover removed, rendering original copies increasingly scarce as fewer intact examples remain.

Copies of Yesterday and Today with the original cover that have never had the second cover pasted over them are known as “first state” issues.  Copies that have the second cover still pasted on top of the first one are known as “second state” copies.

Second state copies are identifiable by looking at the white area on the cover just below the word “today” in the album title.  If that particular copy is a second state Butcher cover, a black triangular area can be faintly seen; this area is where Ringo’s black shirt collar appears on the cover underneath.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Capitol
Catalog Number:
T 2553
Year of Release: 1966
Format: Mono
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Beatles – Meet the Beatles still sealed original U.S. stereo LP

beatles - meet the beatles sealed stereo LP

Offered for sale is a still sealed U.S. stereo first pressing of Meet the Beatles, issued in 1964 on Capitol Records.  This copy is in exceptional condition, and is likely the nicest copy you’ll ever see.

About this copy: This copy of Meet the Beatles is a still sealed 1964 stereo pressing, pressed at the Scranton, Pennsylvania pressing plant, as indicated by the number “2” in the lower right hand corner of the back cover.

This is a rarer stereo copy; when the album was first released, mono copies outsold stereo copies by a ratio of about 50:1.

A blue inner sleeve is visible at the mouth of the cover; this is consistent with early releases, as later pressings had orange sleeves.

The title of the album appears on the front cover in brown.

The credit “Produced by George Martin” does not appear in the lower left hand corner of the back cover.

The cover does not have an RIAA “Gold Record Award” logo, as was found on later pressings.

The record was sealed by a retailer, and is packaged in a loose plastic wrap, rather than shrink wrap.  An original price sticker is still attached to the back.  The sticker has yellowed a bit with age.

As the album is sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed.

The cover is pure white, and has no dents, holes, cuts, tears, or anything else to detract from it.  The loose-wrap is fully intact, with no holes, rips, or tears.

As the album is sealed, we cannot verify the label variation.  The label may or may not have publishing credits.

This LP is extraordinarily well preserved and looks like it left the factory yesterday.  Someone has obviously stored this LP very carefully over the years.  We acquired it from a dealer of rare books and not someone who regularly deals in records.

Sealed early pressings of Meet the Beatles are quite rare, as they were sold at the height of Beatlemania and nearly all of them were sold to buyers who immediately opened them and played them.

This is the nicest copy of this album we’ve ever seen, and it’s certain to be your final upgrade.

Background:  Meet the Beatles was the first Beatles album to be issued by Capitol Records, and it quickly rose to the top of the charts on the strength of the lead single, “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”

The album was issued in both mono and stereo with several minor cover variations, including printing the word “Beatles” on the front cover in various colors.  First issues had the name of the group in brown, and later versions used a shade of green.

First pressings did not list publishing credits, with no mention of either “BMI” or “ASCAP” on either label.  Later pressings corrected this.

Allmusic.com gave Meet the Beatles a 4 1/2 star review

Meet the Beatles! wasn’t the first Beatles album released in the U.S. (that would’ve been Introducing the Beatles, on Vee Jay), but as the first Beatles album released by Capitol Records, it was indeed the LP where many millions of Americans were introduced to the Fab Four. As an introduction, there could hardly have been one better. … The revisions make Meet the Beatles! slightly more of a frenetic rock & roll record than its parent LP — there isn’t much R&B or as many ballads — which, at the time, made it an appropriate soundtrack for the wild heyday of Beatlemania but, as the years have passed, the emphasis on joyous, exuberant rock & roll means that Meet the Beatles! still sounds fresh and exciting on its own terms.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Capitol
Catalog Number:
ST2047
Year of Release: 1964
Format: stereo
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Beatles – White Album 1986 Japan red vinyl 2 LP set with obi

beatles - white album japan red vinyl mono lp

Offered for sale is a rare 1986 Japanese red vinyl mono pressing of The Beatles, also known as the White Album, complete with original obi and all inserts.

About this copy: This copy of the White Album is a 1986 red vinyl Japanese pressing featuring the original mono mix of the album.  While the mono version had been previously issued in 1982, the original 1968 version of the album was released in Japan only in stereo.

The cover, obi, poster, and photographs of all four band members are included and all are M-.

The lyric insert has a bit of discoloration.

The two red vinyl discs are M-.  One side has a single spindle mark on the label; the other three sides do not, and may be unplayed.

A beautiful copy of a terrific album that’s surprisingly hard to find complete.

Background: The Beatles, also known as the “White Album,” was originally mixed for both mono and stereo, but it was released in mono in only a few countries.  The United States and Japan released the album in stereo only.

The mono mix is considerably different from the stereo mix, and mono copies have long been sought out by collectors.

In Japan, the album was issued as a red vinyl limited edition in mono in 1982 and again in 1986.

Allmusic.com gave The Beatles a 5 star review:

Each song on the sprawling double album The Beatles is an entity to itself, as the band touches on anything and everything it can. This makes for a frustratingly scattershot record or a singularly gripping musical experience, depending on your view, but what makes the so-called White Album interesting is its mess. .. None of it sounds like it was meant to share album space together, but somehow The Beatles creates its own style and sound through its mess.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: EMI/Odeon
Catalog Number:
EAS-67157
Year of Release: 1986
Format: Mono
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Beatles – Sgt. Pepper Japan red vinyl Apple LP with obi

beatles - sgt. pepper red vinyl japan lp

Offered for sale is a red vinyl Japanese pressing of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles, complete with original obi.

About this copy:  This copy of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is the second Japanese issue, released in late 1969.  Like the first version, the disc was pressed on  “Everclean” red vinyl, but was issued on the Apple label, rather than the Odeon label that was used for the 1967 first issue.

The second issue is actually harder to find on red vinyl than the first one.

The cover is M-.  This LP was issued without the cutout insert that was included in U.S. and UK copies.  It was also issued without a lyric insert.

The obi is VG++, with a couple of wringles on the “hojyuhyo,” or re-order tag, which is still attached.

The original black paper inner sleeve is included.  While it has a few wrinkles, it has no tears or splits.

The red vinyl disc is M-, with a few spindle marks on the labels.

A beautiful copy of a fairly scarce colored vinyl Beatles LP and the nicest copy we’ve ever had for sale.

Background:  There’s not much point in writing about Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; entire books have been written about the album.  It’s not only the best-known album of the Beatles’ catalog, but it’s regarded as one of the most influential albums ever released.

This LP, like nearly all Beatles albums issued in Japan in the 1960s, was pressed on both red and black vinyl, with the red vinyl pressings being more highly sought out by collectors.

Allmusic.com gave Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band a 5 star review:

With Revolver, the Beatles made the Great Leap Forward, reaching a previously unheard-of level of sophistication and fearless experimentation. Sgt. Pepper, in many ways, refines that breakthrough, as the Beatles consciously synthesized such disparate influences as psychedelia, art-song, classical music, rock & roll, and music hall, often in the course of one song. Not once does the diversity seem forced — the genius of the record is how the vaudevillian “When I’m 64” seems like a logical extension of “Within You Without You” and how it provides a gateway to the chiming guitars of “Lovely Rita.”… It’s possible to argue that there are better Beatles albums, yet no album is as historically important as this. After Sgt. Pepper, there were no rules to follow — rock and pop bands could try anything, for better or worse. Ironically, few tried to achieve the sweeping, all-encompassing embrace of music as the Beatles did here.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: Apple
Catalog Number:
AP-8163
Year of Release: 1969
Format: Stereo
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Beatles – Let It Be sealed 1970 U.S. Apple LP

beatles - let it be sealed apple lp

Offered for sale is a still sealed original U.S. pressing of Let It Be by the Beatles, complete with gatefold cover.

About this copy: This copy of Let It Be is a still sealed original U.S. copy, complete with the original gatefold cover that was dropped for later reissue pressings.

The wrap is almost fully intact with no rips or tears, aside from a cut corner in the upper left hand corner.  The corner cut is a relatively small one.  The lower left hand corner is slightly “balding.”  There is a price sticker on the shrink wrap (not shown in photo.)

As the album is sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed.

A nice copy of an album that’s getting quite hard to find as a sealed copy.

Background:  Let It Be was the final studio album by the Beatles, released in May, 1970.  As the album was technically a soundtrack album to the film of the same name, distribution of the album was handled by ABCKO, the company that belonged to Beatles manager Allen Klein, rather than Capitol Records.

When Apple Records was dissolved in 1975, Let It Be became the only Beatles studio album to go out of print, and it was actually out of print for several years in the late 1970s and occasionally turned up for sale in discount bins.  This is one of those copies.

Allmusic.com gave Let It Be a 4 1/2 star review:

The only Beatles album to occasion negative, even hostile reviews, there are few other rock records as controversial as Let It Be.   … All that said, the album is on the whole underrated, even discounting the fact that a sub-standard Beatles record is better than almost any other group’s best work. …As flawed and bumpy as it is, it’s an album well worth having, as when the Beatles were in top form here, they were as good as ever.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Apple
Catalog Number:
AR 34001
Year of Release: 1970
Format: Stereo
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Beatles – Yesterday and Today stereo Third State Butcher cover

beatles - yesterday and today stereo butcher cover lp

Offered for sale is an exceptionally nice stereo copy of a third state (peeled) Butcher cover pressing of the 1966 LP Yesterday and Today by the Beatles.

This copy has been professionally peeled and is the nicest stereo example we’ve ever had for sale.

About this copy:  The copy of Yesterday and Today offered for sale is an original 1966 stereo third state Butcher cover.  The trunk cover has been removed, revealing the infamous “Butcher cover” underneath.

Stereo copies are much rarer than their mono counterparts; only about one in ten Butcher covers are stereo, and first state stereo Butcher covers have sold for as much as $75,000.

This particular copy was pressed at the Los Angeles pressing plant, as noted by the small number 5 in the lower right hand corner of the back cover.

This cover has:

  • No seam splits
  • Fully legible writing on the spine
  • No writing on the front or back cover

There is a bit of tape residue on the back cover.  We have no idea why anyone would have put tape on this cover, as there are no tears or splits.  There is faint wear near the mouth of the cover on the back and a faint stain on the back cover to the right of the side two song titles.

The front cover is nearly perfect, with just a couple of very minor imperfections, mostly along the mouth of the cover.

The record is VG-, having had a lot of play.  The original orange inner sleeve is included, though it does have splits on three sides.

This copy will include a certificate of authenticity from Jim Hansen, who peeled the album professionally.

Also included is a photocopy of Capitol’s original recall letter to reviewers asking that the album be returned to them.

This is a particularly nice example of a stereo Butcher cover and the next best thing to a First State issue.

Background: There are millions of records that people could possibly collect, but few are as infamous as the original release of Yesterday and Today by the Beatles, which was first released with the cover now known as the “Butcher cover.”  This cover photo depicted the band dressed in butcher smocks, surrounded by plastic doll parts and pieces of raw meat.  When the original cover met with hostile responses from reviewers and distributors, Capitol Records made the decision to withdraw the cover and replace it with another one.

While a few copies with the original cover were kept by reviewers, the remaining copies were returned to Capitol Records prior to the album’s scheduled release date.  Capitol then pasted a new cover over the existing one, put new shrinkwrap on the cover, and shipped the records with the “pasteover” cover to record distributors.

Most copies sold around the time of the album’s release date actually had two covers, with a cover showing the band standing around a steamer trunk pasted over the original “Butcher cover” photo.  Over time, many of these copies have had the top cover removed, rendering original copies increasingly scarce as fewer intact examples remain.

Copies of Yesterday and Today with the original cover that have never had the second cover pasted over them are known as “first state” issues.  Copies that have the second cover still pasted on top of the first one are known as “second state” copies.  Second state copies are identifiable by looking at the white area on the cover just below the word “today” in the album title.  If that particular copy is a second state Butcher cover, a black triangular area can be faintly seen; this area is where Ringo’s black shirt collar appears on the cover underneath.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Capitol
Catalog Number:
ST 2553
Year of Release: 1966
Format: Stereo
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Beatles – Sgt. Pepper Japan red vinyl Apple LP with obi

beatles - sgt. pepper red vinyl japan lp

Offered for sale is a red vinyl Japanese pressing of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles, complete with original obi.

About this copy:  This copy of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is the second Japanese issue, released in late 1969.  Like the first version, the disc was pressed on  “Everclean” red vinyl, but was issued on the Apple label, rather than the Odeon label that was used for the 1967 first issue.

The second issue is actually harder to find on red vinyl than the first one.

The cover is M-.  This LP was issued without the cutout insert that was included in U.S. and UK copies.  It was also issued without a lyric insert.

The obi is VG++, with no wrinkles or holes.  The “hojyuhyo,” or re-order tag, has been removed.

The original black paper inner sleeve is included.  While it has a few wrinkles, it has no tears or splits.

The red vinyl disc is M-, with a couple of very faint sleeve scuffs and a few spindle marks on the labels.

A beautiful copy of a fairly scarce colored vinyl Beatles LP.

Background:  There’s not much point in writing about Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; entire books have been written about the album.  It’s not only the best-known album of the Beatles’ catalog, but it’s regarded as one of the most influential albums ever released.

This LP, like nearly all Beatles albums issued in Japan in the 1960s, was pressed on both red and black vinyl, with the red vinyl pressings being more highly sought out by collectors.

Allmusic.com gave Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band a 5 star review:

With Revolver, the Beatles made the Great Leap Forward, reaching a previously unheard-of level of sophistication and fearless experimentation. Sgt. Pepper, in many ways, refines that breakthrough, as the Beatles consciously synthesized such disparate influences as psychedelia, art-song, classical music, rock & roll, and music hall, often in the course of one song. Not once does the diversity seem forced — the genius of the record is how the vaudevillian “When I’m 64” seems like a logical extension of “Within You Without You” and how it provides a gateway to the chiming guitars of “Lovely Rita.”… It’s possible to argue that there are better Beatles albums, yet no album is as historically important as this. After Sgt. Pepper, there were no rules to follow — rock and pop bands could try anything, for better or worse. Ironically, few tried to achieve the sweeping, all-encompassing embrace of music as the Beatles did here.

 

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: Apple
Catalog Number:
AP-8163
Year of Release: 1969
Format: Stereo
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Beatles – Yellow Matter Custard blue vinyl Trademark of Quality LP

beatles - yellow matter custard tmoq lp

Offered for sale is a limited edition blue vinyl pressing of Yellow Matter Custard by the Beatles, issued by the Trademark of Quality label in 1972.

About this copy: This copy of Yellow Matter Custard is an early TMOQ pressing, with labels reading “1” and “2,” rather than showing the company’s pig logo.

The cover is VG+, with a bit of fading along the spine and a bit of general wear.  The original insert has been glued to the back cover.  There is an orange sticker attached to the cover with a pig and the words “Trade Mark of Quality.

The blue vinyl disc is VG++, with a few sleeve scuffs.  The record has clearly been played only a couple of times.

A nice copy of a seldom-seen Beatles LP.

Background: Yellow Matter Custard, an album of studio outtakes, was the seventh Beatles LP to be released on the Trademark of Quality label in the early 1970s.  The LP was pressed multiple times, with several label variations and it was pressed on both black and colored vinyl.

Tracks are:

  • I Got A Woman
  • Glad All Over
  • I Just Don’t Understand
  • Slow Down
  • Don’t Ever Change
  • Get A Shot Of R&B
  • Sure To Fall
  • Nothin’ Shakin’
  • Lonesome Tears
  • So How Come
  • Gonna Sit Right Down
  • Cryin’ Waitin’ Hopin’
  • To Know Her
  • The Honeymoon Song

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Trademark of Quality
Catalog Number:
71032
Year of Release: 1972
Format: Mono
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