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  Abbey Road (PCS 7088)
(Update: 18th. August 2019)
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  Apple 2nd. Sleeve


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#1-1 Abbey Road (1st. Press "Green-Blue Apple with perimeter ring on label / with Mono/Stereo Instructions cover": PCS 7088)
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#1-2 Abbey Road (2nd. Press "Yellow-Green Apple with perimeter ring on label / with Mono/Stereo Instructions cover": PCS 7088)
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#1-3 Abbey Road
(3rd. Press "No perimeter ring on label / without Mono/Stereo Instructions cover": PCS 7088)

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TITLE ABBEY ROAD
CATALOG NUMBER PCS 7088
RELEASE DATE 1970? / Third Press?
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Come Together
Here Comes The Sun
Something
Because
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
You Never Give Me Your Money
Oh! Daring
Sun King
Octopus's Garden
Mean Mr. Mustard
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Polythene Pam

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window

Golden Slumbers

Carry That Wait

(The End) *no credit on the label

(Her Majesty)  *no credit on the back cover
FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click! SIDE 1 -->Click! SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK
label label label label label
INNER SLEEVE
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
Plain plastic bag type
(maybe)
label Catalog No. "APPLE PCS 7088" was printed on upper right corner of the back cover.
1st. Press: mono / stereo instructions on back cover
2nd. press: NO mono / stereo instructions
label
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label label
Without  a credit for the song title "Her Majesty" on the back cover.
The Indian operations started in 1901 as the first overseas branch of Electrical & Musical Industries Limited, EMI, London. The Gramophone Company of England set up manufacturing facilities in Sealdah, Calcutta. Later, a bigger factory was set up in Dum Dum, Calcutta. The first microgroove record from Gramophone Co. was introduced in 1958. In 1959, an LP record plant was established at the Dum Dum factory of Gramophone Company.
"EAGLE LITMD (printer's name)" logomark was printed in the box.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label Printer credit was not printed  on the back cover.
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Light green apple label. "Made in India" was printed at the left side of the center hole.
No perimeter ring on the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE-1 SIDE-2 Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.
label label
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Apple label type-3: Light green apple and No perimeter ring on the label
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 YEX 749 2-1      02229      M
SIDE 2 YEX 750 1-1     02230       A
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
LABEL Apple Records / An E.M.I. Recording
COVER THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT (P) 1969
"Regd. Td. Mks" TEXT -
COVER FORM Single type. The non - laminated flipback sleeve
PRINTER CREDIT EAGLE LITMD (?)
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Iain Macmillan
INNER SLEEVE Plain plastic bag type (maybe)
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
Light green apple label. "Made in India" was printed at the left side of the center hole.
No perimeter ring on the label.
Originally released in INDIA and pressed at the DUM DUM pressing plant near Calcutta.
Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.

First Press:
Label: Green-blue apple and wide perimeter ring on the label
Cover: mono / stereo instructions on back cover

Late Press:
Label:
2nd. press: Yellow-green apple and wide perimeter ring on the label
3rd. press: Light-green apple and NO perimeter ring on the label
Cover: NO mono / stereo instructions on the back cover.



#1-4 Abbey Road (For Export Press? "Yellow Parlophone Label": PCS 7088)
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TITLE ABBEY ROAD
CATALOG NUMBER PCS 7088
RELEASE DATE 1969 ? / for Export pressing?
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Come Together
Here Comes The Sun
Something
Because
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
You Never Give Me Your Money
Oh! Daring
Sun King
Octopus's Garden
Mean Mr. Mustard
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Polythene Pam

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window

Golden Slumbers

Carry That Wait

(The End) *no credit on the label

(Her Majesty)  *no credit on the back cover
FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click! SIDE 1 -->Click! SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK
label label label label label
INNER SLEEVE
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
Plain plastic bag type
(maybe)
label Catalog No. "APPLE PCS 7088" was printed on upper right corner of the back cover.
1st. Press: mono / stereo instructions on back cover
2nd. press: NO mono / stereo instructions
label
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label label
Without  a credit for the song title "Her Majesty" on the back cover.
The Indian operations started in 1901 as the first overseas branch of Electrical & Musical Industries Limited, EMI, London. The Gramophone Company of England set up manufacturing facilities in Sealdah, Calcutta. Later, a bigger factory was set up in Dum Dum, Calcutta. The first microgroove record from Gramophone Co. was introduced in 1958. In 1959, an LP record plant was established at the Dum Dum factory of Gramophone Company.
"EAGLE LITMD (printer's name)" logomark was printed in the box.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label Printer credit was not printed  on the back cover.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label Yellow Parlophone label. "Made in India" was printed at the right side of the center hole.






label label
"THE GRAMOPHONE CO. OF INDIA LTD."  was printed at the outer rim.
"Regd. Td. Mk. of The Gramophone Co., Ltd." was printed at the center of the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE-1 SIDE-2 On Side 1, there is a misprint "Somthing" instead of "Something", and  "Octopus’s Sarden" instead of "Garden". 
Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.
label label
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Yellow Parlophone Type-5
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 YEX 749 2-1     02229       37
SIDE 2 YEX 750 1-1    02230       4
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
LABEL THE GRAMOPHONE CO. OF INDIA LTD.
COVER THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT (P) 1969
"Regd. Td. Mks" TEXT Regd. Td. Mk. of The Gramophone Co., Ltd.
COVER FORM Single type. The non - laminated flipback sleeve
PRINTER CREDIT EAGLE LITMD (?)
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Iain Macmillan
INNER SLEEVE Plain plastic bag type (maybe)
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
Yellow Parlophone label with silver print. (for export?)
Originally released in INDIA and pressed at the DUM DUM pressing plant near Calcutta.

On Side 1, there is a misprint "Somthing" instead of "Something", and  "Octopus’s Sarden" instead of "Garden".
Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.
Anyway, side 2 plays OK but side 1 plays a bit too fast.

First Press:
Label: Yellow Parlophone label
Cover: mono / stereo instructions on back cover

Late Press:
Label: Silver Parlophone label with 2EMI marks
Cover: NO mono / stereo instructions on the back cover.



#1-5 Abbey Road (For Export Press? "Silver Parlophone Label with 2 EMI Marks": PCS 7088)
Back to the top of the line
TITLE ABBEY ROAD
CATALOG NUMBER PCS 7088
RELEASE DATE 1970 ? / for Export pressing?
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Come Together
Here Comes The Sun
Something
Because
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
You Never Give Me Your Money
Oh! Daring
Sun King
Octopus's Garden
Mean Mr. Mustard
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Polythene Pam

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window

Golden Slumbers

Carry That Wait

(The End) *no credit on the label

(Her Majesty)  *no credit on the back cover
FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click! SIDE 1 -->Click! SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK
label label label label label
INNER SLEEVE
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
Plain plastic bag type
(maybe)
label Catalog No. "APPLE PCS 7088" was printed on upper right corner of the back cover.
1st. Press: mono / stereo instructions on back cover
2nd. press: NO mono / stereo instructions
label
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label label
The Indian operations started in 1901 as the first overseas branch of Electrical & Musical Industries Limited, EMI, London. The Gramophone Company of England set up manufacturing facilities in Sealdah, Calcutta. Later, a bigger factory was set up in Dum Dum, Calcutta. The first microgroove record from Gramophone Co. was introduced in 1958. In 1959, an LP record plant was established at the Dum Dum factory of Gramophone Company.
"EAGLE LITMD (printer's name)" logomark was printed in the box.
The word "Parksons" was printed at the lower right corner of the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label Printer credit was not printed  on the back cover.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label label label
This label have two "EMI" marks, which are white with black print (reversed).
"MADE IN INDIA" was printed at the bottom of the label.
The rim print begins "THE GRAMOPHONE CO, OF INDIA LTD. (capital letter)".
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE-1 SIDE-2 On Side 1, there is a misprint "Somthing" instead of "Something", and  "Octopus’s Sarden" instead of "Garden". 
Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.
label label
OTHER ITEM
-

LABEL Silver Parlophone Label with 2 EMI marks logo
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 YEX 749 2-1      02229      O2 / 6 0  (?)
SIDE 2 02230     YEX 750 1-1      2
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
LABEL THE GRAMOPHONE CO. OF INDIA LTD.
COVER THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT (P) 1969
"Regd. Td. Mks" TEXT -
COVER FORM Single type. The non - laminated flipback sleeve
PRINTER CREDIT EAGLE LITMD (?)
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Iain Macmillan
INNER SLEEVE Plain plastic bag type (maybe)
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
Silver Parlophone label with white print. (for export?)
This label have two "EMI" marks, which are white with black print (reversed).
"MADE IN INDIA" was printed at the bottom of the label.
Originally released in INDIA and pressed at the DUM DUM pressing plant near Calcutta.

On Side 1, there is a misprint "Somthing" instead of "Something", and  "Octopus’s Sarden" instead of "Garden".
Side 2 of vinyl label omits the "The End" title, though it is mentioned on the sleeve.
Anyway, side 2 plays OK but side 1 plays a bit too fast.

The word "Parksons" was printed at the lower right corner of the back cover.

First Press:
Label: Yellow Parlophone label
Cover: mono / stereo instructions on back cover (maybe)

Late Press:
Label: Silver Parlophone label with 2EMI marks
Cover: NO mono / stereo instructions at the upper right corner on the back cover and the word "Parksons" was printed at the lower right corner.



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