Offered for sale is an early blue vinyl pressing of Last Live Show by the Beatles, issued on the Trademark of Quality label.
About this copy: This copy of Last Live Show is an early TMOQ pressing, with labels bearing only the numbers “1” and “2,” rather than the pig logo that appeared on later pressing.
The cover is white with a pink “Trade Mark of Quality” sticker attached. The cover is VG+, with a bit of ring wear, but no tears, holes, or splits.
The insert is a reproduction, though the originals were themselves photocopies.
The blue vinyl disc is M- and appears to have had little, if any, play.
A nice copy of a scarce Beatles live LP.
Background: Last Live Show, released in 1972, was one of a dozen Beatles titles issued by the Famous Trademark of Quality label.
The album was pressed several times, with various labels, though the first pressings had only the side number printed on them.
The title is a bit misleading; “last live show” would suggest that the material comes from their August, 1966 performance in San Francisco, which was, in fact, their last live show.
In truth, the material on the LP comes from a 1965 live performance at New York’s Shea Stadium.
- I’m Down
- Twist And Shout
- I Feel Fine
- Dizzy Miss Lizzy
- Ticket To Ride
- Act Naturally
- Can’t Buy Me Love
- Baby’s In Black
- A Hard Day’s Night
- I’m Down (Again)
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Trademark of Quality|
|Year of Release:||1972|