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#10-1 Can't Buy Me Love / You Can't Do That (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 697)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Can't Buy Me Love   Lennon - McCartney
SIDE 2 You Can't Do That   Lennon - McCartney
RELEASE DATE
March 1964 / First Press
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK --> Click!
jacket jacket label label disk
SLEEVE: FRONT CLOSE UP SLEEVE: BACK CLOSE UP
jacket Old Odeon logomark was printed at the upper right of the sleeve.

jacket On the lower left of the sleeve, there's an Atelier Robert Pütz credit in black lettering.
"ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN" was printed at the lower left of the back sleeve.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label jacket label Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
"MADE IN GERMANY" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Catalog number "O 22 697" was printed at the right side of the label.
"BIEM" and GEMA" logo were printed on the side-1 label.
label label label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
label The rim print was: "ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG ÖFFENTLICHE AUFFÜHRUNG UND RUNDFUNKSENDUNG UNTERSAGT"
OTHER ITEM
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RECORD LABEL
Odeon Green Label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
O 22 697
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 7XCE 17657-1
Side2 7XCE 17658-1
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
CENTER Full size center hole
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Label
Odeon
Sleeve
Odeon / ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Photo: Atelier Robert Pütz
PRINTER CREDIT
-
PRODUCER
George Martin
COMMENTS
Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
"MADE IN GERMANY (straight)" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.

The Original Odeon label single's appear in two slightly different styles. The first of these styles, features the following print around the rim of the label:

ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG ÖFFENTLICHE AUFFÜHRUNG UND RUNDFUNKSENDUNG UNTERSAGT
(All rights of the manufacturer reserved. Copying, public performance, and radio broadcast prohibited.)
Comes in original beatles picture company sleeve - was original released like that.

1st. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: A-side: BIEM and GEMA, B-side: BIEM and GEMA

2nd. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: A-side: GEMA, B-side: GEMA

"GEMA**/BIEM***" :a marking that indicates what company is responsible for the copyright payments for the material released on the record to the proper publishers. It is important to remember that a record with the above-mentioned marking isn't necessarily made in Germany but which was intended for sale in Germany.



#11-1 Do You Want To Know A Secret / Little Child (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 710)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Do You Want To Know A Secret    McCartney - Lennon
SIDE 2 Little Child    Lennon - McCartney
RELEASE DATE
May 1964 / First Press
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK --> Click!
jacket jacket label label disk
SLEEVE: FRONT CLOSE UP SLEEVE: BACK CLOSE UP
jacket Old Odeon logomark was printed at the upper right of the sleeve.

jacket On the lower left of the sleeve, there's an Atelier Robert Pütz credit in black lettering.
"ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN" was printed at the lower left of the back sleeve.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole. label
The rim print was: "ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG  ...."
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 SIDE 2 "MADE IN GERMANY" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Catalog number "O 22 710" was printed at the right side of the label.
"BIEM" and GEMA" logo were printed on both sides of the label.
label label label label
OTHER ITEM
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RECORD LABEL
Odeon Green Label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
O 22 710
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 7XBE 50105-1
Side2 7XBE 50106-1
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
CENTER Full size center hole
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Label
Odeon
Sleeve
Odeon / ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Photo: Atelier Robert Pütz
PRINTER CREDIT
-
PRODUCER
George Martin
COMMENTS
Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
"MADE IN GERMANY (straight)" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
White-label demos are dated 12 April 1964 meaning official release was a few weeks later.

The Original Odeon label single's appear in two slightly different styles. The first of these styles, features the following print around the rim of the label:

ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG ÖFFENTLICHE AUFFÜHRUNG UND RUNDFUNKSENDUNG UNTERSAGT
(All rights of the manufacturer reserved. Copying, public performance, and radio broadcast prohibited.)
Comes in original beatles picture company sleeve - was original released like that.

1st. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: A-side: BIEM and GEMA, B-side: BIEM and GEMA

2nd. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: A-side: GEMA, B-side: GEMA

"GEMA**/BIEM***" :a marking that indicates what company is responsible for the copyright payments for the material released on the record to the proper publishers. It is important to remember that a record with the above-mentioned marking isn't necessarily made in Germany but which was intended for sale in Germany.



#12-1 Please Mister Postman / Hold Me Tight (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 741)
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#13-1 Long Tall Sally / I Call Your Name (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 745)
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#14-1 A Hard Day's Night / Things We Said Today (1st. Press / Odeon Green label "aus dem gleichnamigen film" credit: O 22 760)
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#14-2 A Hard Day's Night / Things We Said Today (2nd. Press / Odeon Green label "Original from the United-Artist-Picture" credit: O 22 760)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
A Hard Day's Night (Original from the United-Artist-Picture "Yeah Yeah Yeah")  Lennon - McCartney
SIDE 2 Things We Said Today    Lennon - McCartney
RELEASE DATE
Late 1964?  / Second Press (First Press: July 1964)
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK --> Click!
jacket jacket label label disk
SLEEVE: FRONT CLOSE UP SLEEVE: BACK CLOSE UP
jacket Old Odeon logomark was printed at the upper right of the sleeve.

jacket On the lower left of the sleeve, there's an Atelier Robert Pütz credit in black lettering.
"ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN" was printed at the lower left of the back sleeve.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole. label
The rim print was: "ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG  ...."
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 SIDE 2 The credit "original from the United - Artist - Picture"  was printed at the below of the song title. "MADE IN GERMANY" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Catalog number "O 22 760" was printed at the right side of the label.
"GEMA" logo were printed on both sides of the label.
label label label label
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Odeon Green Label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
O 22 760
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 7XCE 17714-1
Side2 7XCE 17715-1
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
CENTER Full size center hole
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Label
Odeon
Sleeve
Odeon / ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Photo: Atelier Robert Pütz
PRINTER CREDIT
-
PRODUCER
George Martin
COMMENTS
Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
"MADE IN GERMANY (straight)" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
White-label demos are dated 1 July 1964 meaning official release was a few weeks later.

The Original Odeon label single's appear in two slightly different styles. The first of these styles, features the following print around the rim of the label:

ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG ÖFFENTLICHE AUFFÜHRUNG UND RUNDFUNKSENDUNG UNTERSAGT
(All rights of the manufacturer reserved. Copying, public performance, and radio broadcast prohibited.)
Comes in original beatles picture company sleeve - was original released like that.

1st. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: "aus dem gleichnamigen film"

2nd. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: "original from the United-Artist-Picture"

3rd. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: "aus dem United-Artists-film"

"GEMA**/BIEM***" :a marking that indicates what company is responsible for the copyright payments for the material released on the record to the proper publishers. It is important to remember that a record with the above-mentioned marking isn't necessarily made in Germany but which was intended for sale in Germany.



#15-1 I'll cry Instead / A taste Of Honey (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 789)
First Press: October 1963
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#16-1 And I Love Her / I Should Have Known Better (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 792)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
And I Love Her    Original from the United-Artist-Picture "Yeah Yeah Yeah" (Lennon - McCartney)
SIDE 2 I Should Have Known Better    Original from the United-Artist-Picture "Yeah Yeah Yeah" (Lennon - McCartney)
RELEASE DATE
Se 1ptember 1964 / First Press
FRONT --> Click!
BACK --> Click!
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK --> Click!
jacket jacket label label disk
SLEEVE: FRONT CLOSE UP SLEEVE: BACK CLOSE UP
jacket Old Odeon logomark was printed at the upper right of the sleeve.

jacket On the lower left of the sleeve, there's an Atelier Robert Pütz credit in black lettering.
"ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN" was printed at the lower left of the back sleeve.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole. label

The rim print was: "ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG  ...."
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 SIDE 2
"MADE IN GERMANY" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Catalog number "O 22 792" was printed at the right side of the label.
"GEMA" logo was printed on both sides of the label.
label label label label
OTHER ITEM
-

RECORD LABEL
Odeon Green Label Type-1
CATALOG NUMBER
O 22 792
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 7XBE 50115-1
Side2 7XBE 50116-1
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
CENTER Full size center hole
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Label
Odeon
Sleeve
Odeon / ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Photo: Atelier Robert Pütz
PRINTER CREDIT
-
PRODUCER
George Martin
COMMENTS
Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
"MADE IN GERMANY (straight)" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.

The Original Odeon label single's appear in two slightly different styles. The first of these styles, features the following print around the rim of the label:

ALLE HERSTELLER. UND URHEBERRECHTE VORBEHALTEN ÜBERSPIELUNG ÖFFENTLICHE AUFFÜHRUNG UND RUNDFUNKSENDUNG UNTERSAGT
(All rights of the manufacturer reserved. Copying, public performance, and radio broadcast prohibited.)
Comes in original beatles picture company sleeve - was original released like that.

1st. Press:
LABEL: Green Odeon label, white logo and black print
Details: A-side: GEMA

"GEMA**/BIEM***" :a marking that indicates what company is responsible for the copyright payments for the material released on the record to the proper publishers. It is important to remember that a record with the above-mentioned marking isn't necessarily made in Germany but which was intended for sale in Germany.



#17-1 Tell Me Why / If I Fell (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 797)
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#18-1 Matchbox / I Saw Her Standing There (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 820)
First Press: January 1964
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#19-1 Slow Down / I'm Happy Just To Dance With You (1st. Press / Odeon Green label: O 22 838)
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