All original examples of the Butcher cover were shipped with black vinyl records. All Second State versions of the Butcher cover were trimmed prior to being shrink wrapped. There was, however, a small run of stereo copies that could be obtained by special order by those who had expensive stereo equipment. The fourth version is of interest only to hard-core Beatles collectors and people who simply like the Yesterday and Today album, which, the opinion of the Beatles themselves notwithstanding, is a pretty good collection of songs. Additional sources: Featurettes and commentary track on the 60th anniversary Blu-ray. Evidently failing to see the pleasure in it, she never smoked again.
Saying no will not stop you from seeing our ads, but it may make them less relevant or more repetitive. Most popular from 1949 to 1989. This was mostly due to different industry practices within those two countries. The footage was removed, and the music was re-scored to match the new cut. He was also president of the label at the time of the release of Yesterday and Today, and he is the man who made the decision to have the original cover withdrawn. Record companies have been recording in stereo since the early 1950s All 45s manufactured by all labels after 1970 were pressed in stereo.
Here are some facts about Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen's classic musical to enhance your next viewing. Peppers also got the five-star treatment. First pressings by big acts like The Beatles or Bruce Springsteen, and finds like misprints and pressings with alternate covers, can greatly increase the value of vinyl if the copies are kept in pristine condition. First State stereo issues of the Butcher cover are much rarer than their mono counterparts, and outnumber them by a ratio of roughly 10:1. Check to see if both Unart and Maclen are listed. Even among surviving examples of Butcher covers, Second State Butcher covers have become more rare over time, as many people have peeled them to reveal the original Butcher cover underneath, often with varying degrees of success.
Does the record itself have a history? The mono version in mint condition is worth a few hundred bucks, while the stereo version is said to be four times as valuable in the. You can find vintage releases and first pressings by different record labels. Other city shows are similar. The better the condition, the higher the price. After asking you a few questions about your collection, we may be able to give you a general range but the final determination is always made by our buyers after personally inspecting your collection.
Click for larger photos Look for your local stores in the Yellow Pages. Due to the controversial image depicted on the cover, reaction to the album from the few people who received advance copies was predictably hostile, and distributors and retailers expressed concern about the cover art. It was conceived by producer Arthur Freed as a means of showcasing songs he had written, but it wasn't just an ego trip. There are individuals who have developed methods of removing the top slick using various chemicals. Probably half of those actually had Butcher cover slicks underneath them. First State Butcher Covers A rare stereo First State Butcher cover. Soon there will be no buyers at all Click on photos for more and larger examples Recent 78s Beatle 78s The most recent 78s manufactured in the 1950s and 1960s usually fetch the highest prices.
It is estimated that there were only around a thousand copies of each title pressed that could only be bought via mail order. Is it a sixties original first edition pressing? Obscure artists and bands yes, Beatles no. However, a month after it received the Oscar, the award was when it was discovered that the film had played in a theater in October of 1967, making it ineligible for the 1968 movie awards season. Most copies offered for sale sell for less, though prices can vary widely according to condition, state, format, and the fluid nature of the collecting market. And when the first edition of a particular record was sold out, a new edition would instantly be made.
Or just buy a t-shirt! Loaded with plenty of great photos. Reynolds said that at the end of a 14-hour day shooting the scene, her feet were bleeding. A poorly peeled Butcher cover. This set was pressed in 1982. Most popular from 1900 to 1959 Many people think that the older the record, the more it is worth — this is rarely true. The covers were changed, but as with most recalls, some of the original copies remained out in the world and have been. One side contained a medley of 11 Beatles songs edited together while the B-side was one continuous test tone lasting 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
Pepper, these four sides of raw, vibrant and downright contrary music still baffle and delight Beatles fans. It'll keep me in business. The label has a circular impression 15mm from outer edge. Click and their recording discography will appear. It appears that some Beatles contract pressings for singles and albums were undertaken not by Pye but Oriole.