Brendan Ford. Thomas Butler, Chicago 24 - The Butlers - No Doubt (Vinyl. Britt Meyers, LP. Joel Parmer. Zach Ranger. Daniel Robinson. Paula Murray. Dylan Sprayberry. Joshua Lyons. Shannon Dickson. B DERK. Riff Spreader. George Doran. Michael Nichols. Nicholas Smith. Sianne van Abkoude. Michael Adams. Max Phillips. Dave Rowley. Skyler McKee. Aaron Stover. Andrew Groleau. Owen G. Robert Peterson. Adam Clements. Micah Brennan. William Collicott.
Caleb Pierce. Kirk Bozeman. Anthony Preza. Steven Engelhardt. David Stivelman. Androo Gwynn. Travis Derouin. Scott Williams. Conley Johnson. The cover image of Dikembe's Chicago Bowls in lovely enamel pin form. Purchasable with gift card. Scottie Spliffen Luc Bongley Michael Jordank Tony Kukush They are perhaps the most heavily collected artist, and the single biggest-selling band of all time. With that kind of interest, it only stands to reason that a number of albums by the Beatles would appear on a list such as this one.
The album was intended to be released with a photo that depicted the Beatles dressed in butcher smocks, posing with chunks of raw meat and parts of disassembled toy dolls. The response to review copies of the album was hostile, and stores were threatening not to stock the album when it was formally released to the public.
Capitol Records changed their mind about the cover and printed new ones…which they then pasted over the photo with the dolls. Most of the review copies were sent back to the record company at their request, though it appears that a handful of copies were sold at retail in Southern California.
Mono copies are considerably rarer than their stereo counterparts, and only a handful of copies survive today in pristine, still-sealed unopened condition. Click here to read a more comprehensive article about the Beatles Butcher cover.
Even though the original version of the album was ready for release, new stampers were manufactured with the new songs, and the album shipped to stores on the scheduled day of release with the second set of songs. It appears, however, that at some point during the early days of manufacturing the album, a few copies were accidentally pressed using the stampers for the original intended version of the album. On the mono copies, the labels listed LP second set of songs, Album) actually played the withdrawn tracks.
The numbers on the rare version of the album end in -1, followed by a letter. Only a dozen or so mono copies have been found so far, and only two copies have been found in stereo. The stereo pressings are easier to identify, as not only do the records play the original songs, but the labels also list the original songs.
Tiny Vee Jay Records ended up with the contract. They released a few singles that went nowhere, and gave up. When Capitol announced their intentions to release the Meet the Beatles album in earlyVee Jay realized that they had a bunch of Beatles material sitting in their vaults.
A lawsuit from Capitol prohibited Vee Jay from releasing any Beatles product after October,but Chicago 24 - The Butlers - No Doubt (Vinyl January and October LP that year, they released Introducing the Beatles, Songs, Pictures and Stories of the Beatles a reissue of that album with a different titleThe Beatles vs.
The Beatles and Frank Ifield. The Jolly What! That album was released in February, with a cover depicting a drawing of an old man with a mustache wearing a Beatle wig. The album sold poorly, and in October of that year, looking for a last-minute boost in sales before their rights to sell Beatles records went away, Vee Jay made some changes to the album:. The stereo pressing is one of the most valuable vinyl records sold in the U.
Titled simply The Beatles, the album had a cover that was all white, though the name of the band was embossed on the cover. In addition, every copy of the album sold during its initial release was individually numbered. Multiple copies were made in both the U.
These were given to members of the group and to high-ranking record company employees. All other copies were consecutively numbered though various numbering systems were used on both U. One would think that since every copy bears a unique number that all copies should share equal value, but collectors are particularly interested in finding copies that have low numbers. Pricing can vary dramatically for numbered copies of The Beatles depending on the number. The Beatles was sold with numbered copies in a number of different countries besides the U.
The cover and label of this particular U. Apparently, the album was originally intended to be released without the song, but it was added at the last minute and new stampers were made. First pressings of the album, issued in both mono and stereo, list no song titles anywhere on the cover.
The back cover of the album shows pictures of 25 other Vee Jay albums, but has no information about either the group or the contents of the record. About the same time, Vee Jay also released a few copies of the album that had blank white back covers. This may have been a production error. As Vee Jay pressed about 50 mono records for every one in stereo, the stereo version is a relative bargain.
While Introducing the Beatles is the most heavily counterfeited album of all timemost of the counterfeit copies of this album are of later pressings. We are not aware of counterfeit copies of either the ad back or blank back versions of this album.
Be aware that due to the large number of counterfeits of this album, most people believe that Introducing the Beatles is actually a fairly common album. The album was initially released in March, in the UK on the Parlophone label, and first pressings were available only in mono.
A month later, stereo copies were released, and like the mono, the label used on the record was the then-current black Parlophone label with gold print. Shortly after the stereo release, Parolophone changed their label artwork to a black label with yellow and white print, and that label was used for all subsequent pressings of the album through At the time, mono records typically outsold stereo pressings by a ratio of nearlyas most buyers did not own stereo phonographs.
While mono pressings sold fairly well when the album was first released, stereo copies did not, and it is estimated that fewer than stereo copies were sold with the black and gold label before Parlophone changed label designs, making the first-issue stereo pressings quite rare, given that the album eventually sold millions of copies.
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