Offered for sale is an original U.S. mono pressing of Hear the Beatles Tell All by the Beatles.
This is the original U.S. mono pressing and not one of the later reissues that are mislabeled as stereo.
About this copy: This copy of Hear the Beatles Tell All is a 1964 pressing on the Vee Jay label.
This version is an odd variation that has a different catalog number on each label: Side one has VJLP 202 PRO and side two has VJLP 202.
The cover is VG, with a stain at the left hand edge. The cover presents well
The disc is VG with a number of light marks, but nothing significant.
Both sides play quite well with minimal noise.
A nice playable copy of a Beatles LP that’s quite hard to find as an original pressing and the only copy we’ve seen with this label variation.
Background: Hear the Beatles Tell All is an interview LP that was originally released in 1964 on Vee Jay records. The album features disk jockeys Jim Steck and Dave Hull interviewing the Beatles, accompanied by crowd noises and percussion from Wrecking Crew drummer Hal Blaine.
The recording is actually quite sophisticated for its time and it was the only Beatles album to which Vee Jay retained the rights after Capitol Records took over their Beatles catalog in late 1964.
The original pressings were in mono only; in 1979, the company that then owned the rights to Vee Jay material reissued the LP with a “stereo” banner at the top.
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Vee Jay|
|Year of Release:||1964|