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Polydor Label: Compilaton Albums

  Let's Do The Twist, Hully Gully, Slop, Surf, Locomotion, Monkey
(LPHM 46 422 / SLPHM 237 622)
(Update: 9th. November 2019)
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MONO Released

#1-1 Let's Do The Twist, Hully Gully, Slop, Surf, Locomotion, Monkey
(MONO 1st. Press "Red Label": LPHM 46 422)

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STEREO Released

#1-1 Let's Do The Twist, Hully Gully, Slop, Surf, Locomotion, Monkey
(STEREO 1st. Press "Red Label": SLPHM 237 622)

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TITLE Let's Do the twist, hully gully, slop, surf, locomotion, monkey
CATALOG NUMBER SLPHM 237622
RELEASE DATE February 1964 / First Press
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
America
Gérard Poncet And His Orchestra
Cry For A Shadow
The Beatles
The Saints (When The Saints Go Marching In)
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
Maria
Gérard Poncet And His Orchestra
Nick Nack Hully Gully
The Beat Brothers
Ginchy
The Flashes
Let's Slop
Tony Sheridan & The Beat Brothers
Be My Baby
Jacques Denjean And His Orchestra
If I Had a Hammer
Gérard Poncet And His Orchestra
Lantern Hully Gully
The Beat Brothers
Twisterella
The Flashes
Surf And Surf
Gérard Poncet And His Orchestra
Why
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
Sheba
The Players
The Tough Touch
Jacques Denjean And His Orchestra
My Bonnie (without Intro.)
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
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Polythene-lined die-cut  sleeve type (maybe)
sleeve Polydor red and black logo mark was printed at the upper right corner of the front cover. sleeve
"STEREO" indicator and catalog number were printed at the upper right corner of the back cover.
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sleeve Backside:
2nd. picture for "Let's Do The Madison, ...."
sleeve Besides various recordings with different artists, the record contains four recordings where The Beatles participate.
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sleeve sleeve This LP that the stereo versions of “My Bonnie” is without the slow introduction.
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The cover has the release / production date in the bottom right hand corner.
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Polydor Red labels with black half-circle logo.
Have "STEREO" text below the Polydor logo.
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"Made in Germany" was printed at the perimeter.
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label label sleeve 33 in a triangle for mono edition was  printed at the right side of the label.
GEMA/BIEM" was printed in the box at the left side of the center hole on both sides.
The label gives the record’s title as “LET'S DO THE...”.
Record with this label were released in both mono and stereo versions.
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SIDE 2
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LABEL Polydor Red label with black half-circle logo
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No.
SIDE 1 Made in Germany    O  B4 - K  C        237622-2  A
SIDE 2 Made in Germany    O  B4 - K  C        237622-2  B
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Polydor
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT -
COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a laminated German-printed cover
PRINTER CREDIT -
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES -
INNER SLEEVE Polythene-lined die-cut  sleeve type (maybe)
PRODUCER -
COMMENTS Compilation album

mono: LPHM 46422
stereo: SLPHM 237622

In spite of the record title which is similar to that of the LP “Let’s Do The Madison, Twist… (LPHM 46612/SLPHM 237112) from 1963, these records have nothing to do with each other. This record is an compilation LP released at the beginning of 1964.

Besides various recordings with different artists, the record contains four recordings where The Beatles participate. It is worth nothing that it is on this LP that the stereo versions of “My Bonnie” without the slow introduction, “Why” and “Cry For A Shadow” were released for the first time ever in any country. All three were already released earlier in mono when this LP was released. Worth nothing is that these recordings were also released in stereo in France and the U.S.A. at about the same time as this LP.
In the U.S.A. they where released in simulated stereo.
“The Saits (When The Saints Go Marching In)” had already been released earlier both in mono and stereo when this LP was released.
This record also contains, besides the recordings with Tony Sheridan where The Beatles participate, a recording with Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers. Its title is “Let’s Slop” and it was recorded by Sheridan in Studio Rahlstedt, Hamburg on June 26th, 1963.
“Nick Nack Hully Gully” and “Lantern Hully Gully” are two instrumental recordings which can be heard on this LP. These recordings are only credited to The Beat Brothers. According Tony Sheridan himself he doesn’t participate in these recordings.



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