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15. Les Beatles (SOE 3772)
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#15-1 Les Beatles du film "HELP"
(1st. Press "Odéon Orange Label / Front Big Title 'You've Got ...' ": SOE 3772)

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TITLE
LES BEATLES du film "HELP"
CATALOG NUMBER SOE 3772
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away  du film "Help!"
Yesterday (Lennon- McCartney)
SIDE 2
Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Williams)
You Like Me Too Much (Harrisons)
RELEASE DATE
1st. October 1965 / First Press
FRONT -->Click!
BACK -->Click!
SIDE 1 -->Click!
SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
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FRONT  COVER CLOSE UP
twist twist Odeon logomark and catalog No. "SOE 3772" were printed at the upper left of the front and back cover.
Front big title "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away".
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
twist Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (full laminated printed cover). twist Back of sleeve bold letters for "You've got to hide your love away".
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
twist 2 Beaatles' EP and 2 albums are introduced on the back cover.
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"Beatles fan club" Post office box was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
"J COLOMBET PARIS- XV (Printer based in Paris, France)" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label Odéon Orange Label with black print.

The word "B.I.E.M." was printed on both sides of the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label
Catalog number "SOE 3772" on the label
The words "du film "HELP!"" on the side-1 label.
The layout of the song titles on both sides has a slender printing type.
"MADE IN FRANCE" was printed at the bottom of the label.
TAG
Has the original re-order tag attached. (Sorry, I don't have it.)
OTHER ITEM
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RECORD LABEL
Odéon Orange Label with black print
MIX
MONO
MATRIX NO. SIDE 1 CBS SOE 3772 PEP 5766 380
SIDE 2 CBS SOE 3772 PEP 5767 380
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
ODÉON
COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (full laminated printed cover).
TAG YES (but, I don't have it)
PRINTER CREDIT J COLOMBET PARIS- XV
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo du film "HELP!" United Artists
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
From 1964 through the end of 1965, all of Odeon's EP releases were on an orange label with black print.
Like their earlier counterparts, all of these are collectible today.
The three dark blue label EP's were reissued onto the orange label.
The prefix "S" does not stand for stereo, but probably rather “standard.” All of the SOE
series EP's are in mono.

There are three different versions for the cover of the SOE 3772: changed the cover and back design to highlight "Yesterday" over "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away".
  • Sleeve
    • 1st. press (1st. Oct. 1965): Front big title "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away", back of sleeve bolt letters for "You've got to hide…"
    • 2nd. press (1965?): Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "You've got to hide…"
    • 3rd. press (1965?): Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "Yesterday"
J.Colombet, Paris XV: French printing company based in Paris.
A number figures often near the logo as a print date. For example, 50 means May 1960 and 111 means November 1961.
The new logo can be printed without Paris XV information but it keeps the "J" design.
The new logo JColombet began to be printed on EP's in February 1960. Before, we can find Imprimerie Jean Colombet or Colombet.
There is no rules for LP's often credited in Imprimerie Jean Colombet.



#15-2 Les Beatles du film "HELP"
(2nd. Press "Odéon Orange Label / Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "You've got to hide…"": SOE 3772)

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#15-3 Les Beatles du film "HELP"
(3rd. Press "Odéon Orange Label / Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "Yesterday"": SOE 3772)

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TITLE
LES BEATLES du film "HELP"
CATALOG NUMBER SOE 3772
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away  du film "Help!"
Yesterday (Lennon- McCartney)
SIDE 2
Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Williams)
You Like Me Too Much (Harrisons)
RELEASE DATE
1965? / Third Press
FRONT -->Click!
BACK -->Click!
SIDE 1 -->Click!
SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
twist twist_back label label label
FRONT  COVER CLOSE UP
twist twist Odeon logomark and catalog No. "SOE 3772" were printed at the upper left of the front and back cover.
Front big title "Yesterday".
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
twist Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (full laminated printed cover). twist Back of sleeve bold letters for "Yesterday".
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
twist 2 Beaatles' EP and 2 albums are introduced on the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
twist
"Beatles fan club" Post office box was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
"J COLOMBET PARIS- XV (Printer based in Paris, France)  was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label Odéon Orange Label with black print.

The word "B.I.E.M." was printed on both sides of the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label
Catalog number "SOE 3772" on the label
The words "du film "HELP!"" on the side-1 label.
The layout of the song titles on both sides has a slender printing type.
"MADE IN FRANCE" was printed at the bottom of the label.
TAG
Has the original re-order tag attached. (Sorry, I don't have it.)
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Odéon Orange Label with black print
MIX
MONO
MATRIX NO. SIDE 1 CBS SOE 3772 PEP 5766 380
SIDE 2 CBS SOE 3772 PEP 5767 380
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
ODÉON
COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (full laminated printed cover).
TAG YES (but, I don't have it)
PRINTER CREDIT J COLOMBET PARIS- XV
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo du film "HELP!" United Artists
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
From 1964 through the end of 1965, all of Odeon's EP releases were on an orange label with black print.
Like their earlier counterparts, all of these are collectible today.
The three dark blue label EP's were reissued onto the orange label.
The prefix "S" does not stand for stereo, but probably rather “standard.” All of the SOE
series EP's are in mono.

There are three different versions for the cover of the SOE 3772: changed the cover and back design to highlight "Yesterday" over "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away".
  • Sleeve
    • 1st. press (1st. Oct. 1965): Front big title "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away", back of sleeve bolt letters for "You've got to hide…"
    • 2nd. press (1965?): Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "You've got to hide…"
    • 3rd. press (1965?): Front big title "Yesterday", back of sleeve bolt letters for "Yesterday"



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