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Capitol 70000 Series
Original Released #2
(Update: 3rd. April 2017)
andilove
Capitol Original Sleeve
INDEX

  1. ALL MY LOVING / THIS BOY
  2. TWIST AND SHOUT / THERE'S A PLACE
  3. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET / THANK YOU GIRL
  4. SIE LIEBT DICH / I'LL GET YOU


#6-1 All My Loving / This Boy (1st. Press "Matrix 17560A / 17560" : 72144)
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#6-2 All My Loving / This Boy (2nd. Press? "Matrix 17560A-2/17560" : 72144)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
All My Loving (Lennon-McCartney)
SIDE 2
This Boy (Lennon-McCartney)
RELEASE DATE
early 1964? / Second Press? (First Press: 9th. March. 1964)
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
andilove andilove label label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua ua Featuring the Capitol Records logo in black at the left side of the center hole.
Both sides are credited to W. Hofer.
ua The Canadian logo  has "REG'D. TRADE MARK" below the Capitol logo as opposed to the "REG US PAT OFF" on the U.S. logo.
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua "MFD. IN CANADA BY CAPITOL RECORDS OF CANADA, LTD. REGISTERED USER.  COPYRIGHTED."was printed at perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
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RECORD LABEL
Capitol Records Of Canada yellow-orange swirl label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
72144
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
PRESS FACTORY
Sleeve:Queens Litho?
Disc: Capitol of Canada by RCA Victor at their Smiths Falls, Ontario?
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1 7XCE  17560 A-2 (hand etching)
SIDE 2 7XCE  17560 (hand etching)
SLEEVE STYLE
straight cut top
MIX
MONO
PUBLISHER'S NAME
SIDE 1
W. Hofer
SIDE 2
W. Hofer
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Capitol original company sleeve issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
COMMENTS
1st. press was Issued on March 9, 1964.
All my loving was the title of the first UK EP to be taken from the album With The Beatles. Since Canada had not issued any EP, All My Loving was selected for a realease. This was the first 45 issued after the Beatles performance at the Ed Sullivan show.
Matrix numbers are hand-written.

1st pressing matrix numbers hand written
Side 1  matrix # in trail off  7XCE-17560-A
Side 2 matrix # in trail off   7XCE-17560
(maybe)



#6-3 All My Loving / This Boy (5th. Press?: 72144)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
All My Loving (Lennon-McCartney)
SIDE 2
This Boy (Lennon-McCartney)
RELEASE DATE
late 1964? / 5th. Press? (First Press: 9th. March. 1964)
SLEEVE FRONT
SLEEVE BACK
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
plain black non glossy sleeve plain black non glossy sleeve label label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua ua Featuring the Capitol Records logo in black at the left side of the center hole.
Both sides are credited to W. Hofer.
ua The Canadian logo  has "REG'D. TRADE MARK" below the Capitol logo as opposed to the "REG US PAT OFF" on the U.S. logo.
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua "MFD. IN CANADA BY CAPITOL RECORDS OF CANADA, LTD. REGISTERED USER.  COPYRIGHTED."was printed at perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Capitol Records Of Canada yellow-orange swirl label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
72144
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
PRESS FACTORY
Sleeve:Queens Litho?
Disc: Capitol of Canada by RCA Victor at their Smiths Falls, Ontario
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1 7XCE  17560 A 5 (hand etching)
SIDE 2 7XCE  17560  5 (hand etching)
SLEEVE STYLE
straight cut top
MIX
MONO
PUBLISHER'S NAME
SIDE 1
W. Hofer
SIDE 2
W. Hofer
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Capitol original company sleeve issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
COMMENTS
1st. press was Issued on March 9, 1964.
All my loving was the title of the first UK EP to be taken from the album With The Beatles. Since Canada had not issued any EP, All My Loving was selected for a realease. This was the first 45 issued after the Beatles performance at the Ed Sullivan show.
Matrix numbers are hand-written.

1st pressing matrix numbers hand written
Side 1  matrix # in trail off  7XCE-17560-A
Side 2 matrix # in trail off   7XCE-17560
(maybe)



#7-1 Twist And Shout / There's A Place (Unknown Press "Matrix: CT1-72146-4: 72146)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Twist And Shout (Russell-Medley)
SIDE 2
There's A Place (McCartney-Lennon)
RELEASE DATE
1964? /  (First Press: 16th. March 1964)
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
andilove andilove_back label label label
INNER SLEEVE CLOSE UP
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua All copies were issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
ua ua The «CC» for (meaning "Canadian Capitol") prefix in the matrix numbers.
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua ua
The Canadian logo  has "REG'D. TRADE MARK" below the Capitol logo.
"MFD. IN CANADA BY CAPITOL RECORDS OF CANADA, LTD. REGISTERED USER.  COPYRIGHTED."was printed at perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Capitol Records Of Canada yellow-orange swirl label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
72146
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
PRESS FACTORY
Sleeve:Queens Litho
Disc: Capitol of Canada by RCA Victor at their Smiths Falls, Ontario?
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1 CT-1 72146-4 (hand etching)
SIDE 2 CC2-72146-4   (hand etching)
SLEEVE STYLE
straight cut top
MIX
MONO
PUBLISHER'S NAME
SIDE 1
Rossber Music Inc.
SIDE 2
W. Hofer
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Capitol original company sleeve issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
COMMENTS
Issued on 16th. March, 1964. Paul White selected the coupling for this single based on feedback from sales representatives.
For 45 RPM records in Canada, masters were made from either 2 different processes.
First process: they were sometimes dubbed directly from the foreign single instead of getting master tapes from the UK head office ("Capitol 72076 Love Me Do" is a good example). In these cases, the original matrix number from the imported single was used.
Otherwise, they would create a single from the LP master tape they had previously received from the UK or the USA (eg Roll Over Beethoven from the UK master tape of Beatlemania).
When masters were indeed created from master tapes, the matrix number would then have a "CC" prefix, meaning "Canadian Capitol". Capitol 72146 Twist And Shout is a good example with its matrix number "CC1 CC2 -72146-5Q". But the use of CC was not always followed.
NOTE: Rarely did Capitol of Canada just get a master tape for a single. In fact, EMI never sent master tapes for singles. Capitol USA did however send a few metal stampers, usually from the Scranton pressing plant. When this is the case, we can see the triangular IAM logo stamped in the trail-off area. IAM stands for "international association of machinists". This logo was pressed on every US Scranton pressing.

1st pressing
Side 1 matrix # in trail off CC1-72146-2
Side 2 matrix # in trail off CC2-72146- No.1 (maybe)
72146, for some reason has more variations of matrix numbers than any other single.



#7-2 Twist And Shout / There's A Place (3rd. Press? "Matrix: CC1-72146-3 No.3": 72146)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Twist And Shout (Russell-Medley)
SIDE 2
There's A Place (McCartney-Lennon)
RELEASE DATE
1964? / Third Press?  (First Press: 16th. March 1964)
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
andilove andilove_back label label label
INNER SLEEVE CLOSE UP
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua All copies were issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
ua ua The «CC» for (meaning "Canadian Capitol") prefix in the matrix numbers.
LABEL CLOSE UP
ua ua
The Canadian logo  has "REG'D. TRADE MARK" below the Capitol logo.
"MFD. IN CANADA BY CAPITOL RECORDS OF CANADA, LTD. REGISTERED USER.  COPYRIGHTED."was printed at perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Capitol Records Of Canada yellow-orange swirl label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
72146
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
PRESS FACTORY
Sleeve:Queens Litho
Disc: Capitol of Canada by RCA Victor at their Smiths Falls, Ontario
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1 CC1-72146-3  No.3 (hand etching)
SIDE 2 CC2-72146   (hand etching)
SLEEVE STYLE
straight cut top
MIX
MONO
PUBLISHER'S NAME
SIDE 1
Rossber Music Inc.
SIDE 2
W. Hofer
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Capitol original company sleeve issued in a plain black non glossy sleeve.
COMMENTS
Issued on 16th. March, 1964. Paul White selected the coupling for this single based on feedback from sales representatives.
For 45 RPM records in Canada, masters were made from either 2 different processes.
First process: they were sometimes dubbed directly from the foreign single instead of getting master tapes from the UK head office ("Capitol 72076 Love Me Do" is a good example). In these cases, the original matrix number from the imported single was used.
Otherwise, they would create a single from the LP master tape they had previously received from the UK or the USA (eg Roll Over Beethoven from the UK master tape of Beatlemania).
When masters were indeed created from master tapes, the matrix number would then have a "CC" prefix, meaning "Canadian Capitol". Capitol 72146 Twist And Shout is a good example with its matrix number "CC1 CC2 -72146-5Q". But the use of CC was not always followed.
NOTE: Rarely did Capitol of Canada just get a master tape for a single. In fact, EMI never sent master tapes for singles. Capitol USA did however send a few metal stampers, usually from the Scranton pressing plant. When this is the case, we can see the triangular IAM logo stamped in the trail-off area. IAM stands for "international association of machinists". This logo was pressed on every US Scranton pressing.

1st pressing
Side 1 matrix # in trail off CC1-72146-2
Side 2 matrix # in trail off CC2-72146- No.1 (maybe)
72146, for some reason has more variations of matrix numbers than any other single.



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