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#1-1 Baby It's You (Sample Record?: RLH 6406)
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TITLE
Baby It's You (Sample Record, or For Juke Boxes Record)
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Baby it's you (Burt Bacharach/Hal David/B. Williams)
I'll follow the sun (Lennon/McCartney)
SIDE 2
Devil in her heart (Richard Drapkin)
Boys (Luther Dixon/Wes Farrell)
RELEASE DATE
Sample Record? (First Press: 20th March.1995)
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Parlophone logo mark was embossed at the upper of the label. Apple logo mark was embossed beside the Parlophone logo. Catalog number is "RLH 6406" SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Matrix No.
RLH6406 A-2-1-Q1
Matrix No.
8820737 B-02-1-Q2
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CATALOG NUMBER RLH 6406
RECORD LABEL
Parlophone Black Label
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 8820737 A - 02 -1-   RLH6406 A-2-1-Q1
Side2 RLH6406   8820737 B-02-1-Q2
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
EMI RECORDS LTD
CENTER Full size center hole
CENTRAL REMARK
"SOLD IN U.K..."
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PUBLISHER'S NAME
Side1 1) Ludix Music Ltd. / Carlin-MCPS
2) Northern Songs Ltd.
Side2 1) MCA Music Ltd.
2) Ardmore & Beechwood / EMI-MCPS
PRODUCER
George Martin
PRINTER CREDIT
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COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
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CREDIT
Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Ltd.
Between March 1962 and June 1965, the Beatles played songs on 52 shows broadcast nationwide by the BBC's Light Programme. British pop fans who tuned to Saturday Club, Easy Beat, Top Gear or Pop Go The Beatles were treated to exclusive radio performances of both the familiar hits and the more unusual material from the group's eclecitic pre-fame repertoire. Taken from the album "Live At The BBC", "Baby It's You" is augmented on this EP by three radio recordings that are released here for the first time.

"Baby It's You" - recorded 1st June 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 11th June 1963. From the BBC Paris Theatre London.
The Beatles covered this song on the "Please Please Me" album. This BBC interpretation has a cute ending instead of the familiar fade-out that can be found on the record.

"I'll Follow The Sun" - recorded 17th November 1964, used on "Top Gear" on 26th November 1964. From the Playhouse Theatre London.
Released on "Beatles For Sale", this track was featured along with three other songs from the album, during their second appearance with Brian Matthew on his late night show.

"Devil In Her Heart" - recorded 16th July 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 20th August 1963. From the BBC Paris Theatre London.
The marathon BBC session of 16th July 1963 - eighteen songs for three programmes - gave an opportunity to try out this song by girl-group The Donays and two days later the EMI version was taped for the second album "With The Beatles".

"Boys" - recorded 17th June 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 25th June 1963.
From the BBC Maida Vale Studios London.The Beatles first album includes "Boys" and this BBC take was selected from the seven occasions they recorded it for the radio.



#1-2 Baby It's You (1st. Press: R 6406)
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TITLE
Baby It's You
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Baby it's you (David-Bacharach-Williams)
I'll follow the sun (Lennon-McCartney)
SIDE 2
Devil in her heart (Drapkin)
Boys (Dixon-Farrell)
RELEASE DATE
20th March.1995/First Press
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baby baby_back Wrap-around cover. Apple logo mark was printed at the bottom of the back cover. label sleeve
Large "MONO" type. EMI logo mark was printed at the left corner of the back cover. Catalog number "R6406" and "Printed in UK" were printed under the barcode.
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disk The word "Made in UK" was printed on the label. disk disk Matrix No.:
Side1: 8820737  A-1-1-
Side2: 8820737  B-1-1-
OTHER ITEM
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CATALOG NUMBER R 6406
RECORD LABEL
Apple Custom Label
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 8820737  A-1-1-
Side2 8820737  BA-1-1-
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Apple Corps Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd.
CENTER Solid center
CENTRAL REMARK
"SOLD IN U.K..."
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PUBLISHER'S NAME
Side1 1) Copyright control
2) Northern Songs Ltd.
Side2 1) MCA Music Ltd.
2) Ardmore & Beechwood / EMI
PRODUCER
George Martin
PRINTER CREDIT
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COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Wrap-around cover.
Cover design: Richard Ward (The Team) / Photo: Dezo Hoffman / Notes: Kevin Howlet
CREDIT
Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Ltd.
Between March 1962 and June 1965, the Beatles played songs on 52 shows broadcast nationwide by the BBC's Light Programme. British pop fans who tuned to Saturday Club, Easy Beat, Top Gear or Pop Go The Beatles were treated to exclusive radio performances of both the familiar hits and the more unusual material from the group's eclecitic pre-fame repertoire. Taken from the album "Live At The BBC", "Baby It's You" is augmented on this EP by three radio recordings that are released here for the first time.



#1-3 Baby It's You (UFO Music Box Set)
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TITLE
Baby It's You (UFO MUSIC BOX Set)
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Baby it's you (David-Bacharach-Williams)
I'll follow the sun (Lennon-McCartney)
SIDE 2
Devil in her heart (Drapkin)
Boys (Dixon-Farrell)
RELEASE DATE
20th March.1995/First Press
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box box label label label
EP SLEEVE: FRONT
EP SLEEVE: BACK
BOOKLET
label back book book 36-pages booklet.
Publisher: UFO MUSIC BOOKS LTD
Designed: UFO MUSIC LTD
COMPACT DISK OTHER ITEM
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CATALOG NUMBER R 6406
RECORD LABEL
Apple Custom Label
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 8820737  A-1-1-
Side2 8820737  BA-1-1-
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Apple Corps Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd.
CENTER Solid center
CENTRAL REMARK
"SOLD IN U.K..."
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PUBLISHER'S NAME
Side1 1) Copyright control
2) Northern Songs Ltd.
Side2 1) MCA Music Ltd.
2) Ardmore & Beechwood / EMI
PRODUCER
George Martin
PRINTER CREDIT
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COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Wrap-around cover.
Cover design: Richard Ward (The Team) / Photo: Dezo Hoffman / Notes: Kevin Howlet
CREDIT
This box set was released from UFO MUSIC BOOKS LTD.



#2 On Air - Live at the BBC Vol. 2 (Promotional Record "HMV gave away 300 copies":  LC01846)
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TITLE
ON AIR - Live at the BBC Volume 2
TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
Words Of Love
Please Mister Postman
I Saw Her Standing There
SIDE 2
Do You Want To Know A Secret
Boys
RELEASE DATE
14th October.2013/Promotional Record
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label back label label label
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label baby_back "For Promotional Use Only Not For Sale" was printed on the back cover.
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baby_back Apple Corps, UNIVERSAL and BBC logo mark were printed at the left corner of the back cover. label The HMV copies have a round black and white sticker on the back cover with the "Nipper" logo.
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disk disk disk disk
disk "For Promotional Use Only Not For Sale" was printed on the label. SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Matrix No. (Hand Writing):
Side1: BBCLPEP   BD28912 - 01  A1
Side2: BBCLPEP   BD28912 - 01  B1
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label label label Also comes with accompanying letter to proof its authenticity.
CATALOG NUMBER  LC01846
RECORD LABEL
Custom Label
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 BBCLPEP   BD28912 - 01  A1 (hand writing)
Side2 BBCLPEP   BD28912 - 01  B1 (hand writing)
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Apple Corps Ltd. / Universal Music
CENTER Solid center
CENTRAL REMARK
"SOLD IN U.K..."
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PUBLISHER'S NAME
Side1 -
Side2 -
PRODUCER
Executive Producer: Kevin Howlett, Mike Heartley, Jeff Jones.
PRINTER CREDIT
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COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
Single pocket sleeve.
Photo: Dezo Hoffmann (maybe)
CREDIT
Five-track promo EP to promote the release in November 2013 of the new album The Beatles - On Air - Live At The BBC Volume 2.

UK record shop company HMV gave away 300 copies at its shop at 363 Oxford Street, London on 14 October 2013 to commemorate the company's return to its original premises. The HMV copies have a round black and white sticker on the back cover with the "Nipper" logo, outer perimeter script that reads "HMV Is Home - 363 Oxford St. London", and inner perimeter script that reads "Exclusive Re-launch Product - 18th October 2013". An accompanying HMV flyer states:
"This is to certify that this Limited Edition item was presented to celebrate the official re-opening of the historic hmv store at 363 Oxford Street on Friday 18th October.
Part of the fabric of British music and synonymous with music retail, 363's importance was formally recognised in 2000, when Sir George Martin unveiled a blue plaque outside the store reading '363 Oxford Street - The World's Most Famous Music Store'.
The store was originally opened in 1921 by Sir Edward Elgar and is notable as being the location where The Beatles cut the demo disc that led to them signing with EMI."

Records by The Beatles, Elvis Presley and New order will be given away at the new flagship HMV store on Oxford Street.
The free vinyl will be available each day at the retailer's newly-reopened shop on 363 Oxford Street on a first-come-first-served basis when doors open at 8am.
A 7" promo for The Beatles' 'Live On Air Volume 2' will be the first to be given away on Monday (October 14). Some 300 copies of a limited 7" to support the forthcoming album of BBC recordings of the same name will be made available.
A limited colour pressing of Elvis Presley's eponymous 1956 debut album will be given away on Tuesday (October 15). Some 100 copies will be on offer.
Some 100 copies of a clear vinyl version of New Order's 'Movement' will be available for free on Wednesday (October 16), while 30 copies of a rare 10" 78 RPM Robbie Williams promotional disc will be available on Thursday (October 17).

 It contains these tracks:
1. Words of Love
Pop Go The Beatles / Trans: 20 August 1963 / Rec: 16 July 1963 / BBC Paris Theatre, London / Producer: Terry Henebery
2. Please Mister Postman
Pop Go The Beatles / Trans: 30 July 1963 / Rec: 10 July 1963 / Studio Two, Aeolian Hall, London / Producer: Terry Henebery
3. I Saw Her Standing There
Saturday Club / Trans: 5 October 1963 / Rec: 7 September 1963 / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London / Producer: Bernie Andrews
4. Do You Want to Know a Secret?
Pop Go The Beatles / Trans: 30 July 1963 / Rec: 10 July 1963 / Studio Two, Aeolian Hall, London / Producer: Terry Henebery
5. Boys
Pop Go The Beatles / Trans: 25 June 1963 / Rec: 17 June 1963 / Studio Five, BBC Maida Vale, London / Producer: Terry Henebery



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