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#5-1 Beatles' 65 (1st. Press "Scranton Press": ST-2228)
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TITLE
BEATLES' 65
CATALOG NUMBER
ST-2228
RELEASE DATE
15th. December 1964 / First Press
TITLE LISTING
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
No Reply (BMI-2:15)
Honey Don't (BMI-2:56)
I'm A Loser (BMI-2:31) I'll Be Back (BMI-2:22)
Baby's In Black (BMI-2:02) She's A Woman (BMI-2:57) (sim. stereo)
Rock And Roll Music (BMI-2:02) I Feel Fine (BMI-2:20) (sim. stereo)
I'll Follow The Sun (BMI-1:46) Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (BMI-2:24)
Mr. Moonlight (BMI-2:35)

FRONT--> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
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INNER SLEEVE FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
FRONT --> Click
BACK --> Click!
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sleeve
The exposed portion of the back liner that wrapped around to the top of the jacket has the phrase "File Under: The Beatles (erased the words: Vocal Group ) " as well as a large black dot and the catalogue number.
FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
meetback The front cover slicks is cut and positioned to reveal the Capitol Full Demensional Stereo arrow logo at the top.
The Capitol logo and the phrase "HIGH FIDELITY" appear in black.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The "Capitol Records High Fidelity Recording" logo and Capitol/EMI logo mark were printed on the back cover.
Dexter's sole contribution to the album was the selection and sequencing of the songs.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The lower portion of the back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America" logo.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
(But, this record don't have the factory number.)
LABEL CLOSE UP
label The original issue Capitol albums were manufactured with black label backdrops with an outer rim colorband.
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Catalogue number "ST-2228" was printed at the right side of the center hole.
"STEREO" indicator on the label has a chubby printing type.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
First pressings of the East Coast label has  "STEREO" indicator on the label has a chubby printing type.
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label The text of the perimeter print in blue on the original issue discs states "MFD. BY CAPITOL RECORDS. INC. U.S.A. T.M." to the left of a small Capitol logo, with "• MARCA REG. • U.S. PAT. NO. 2, 631,859" to the right. On some labels, the perimeter print is in white.
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Capitol Black label with color band
MIX STEREO except as noted
VINYL COLOR Black
PRESS FACTORY
SLEEVE East Coast: Queens Litho in New York
VINYL Scranton, Pennsylvania / LABEL: Keystone Printed Specialties, Inc. in Scranton, Pensylvania.
FACTORY CODE None
MATRIX No. SIDE 1
ST1-2228-X2       IAM mark  (machine stamped)
SIDE 2
ST2-2228-W3     IAM mark  (machine stamped)
PUBLISHER'S NAME
-
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
-
COVER FORM
Single type. Housed in a cardboard jacket.
INNER SLEEVE Capitol Company Sleeve Type-3: Red sleeve
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Robert Whitaker (from an October 1964 photo session)
PRODUCER Produced in England by George Martin and in the U.S.A. with the assistance of Dave Dexter, Jr.
COMMENTS
Released in December 1964, Beatles '65 is the Beatles' fifth album issued by Capitol Records, but their seventh American album.
Beatles '65 includes 8 of the 14 songs from Beatles for Sale (omitting "Eight Days a Week", "Words of Love", "Every Little Thing", "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party", "What You're Doing" and the "Kansas City/Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey" medley, all of which were issued later on Beatles VI). It also includes "I'll Be Back" from the UK A Hard Day's Night album and both sides of the single "I Feel Fine / She's a Woman". These latter two songs were issued in "duophonic" stereo and included added reverb by Capitol Records' executive Dave Dexter, Jr. to cover up the use of the mono mixes sent from England.

The front cover to the album features four color pictures from an October 1964 photo session by Robert Whitaker in which the group holds various props. The pictures symbolize the four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn.
The front cover slick is cut and positioned to reveal the Capitol Full Dimensional Stereo arrow logo in black.

The black and white back liner has the album's title in the same graphics as the front cover.
The right center has a box with the album's track listing along with the production credit, which reads "Produced in England by George Martin and in the U.S.A. by Dave Dexter, Jr." Dexter's assistance consisted of selecting and sequencing the songs.
The lower portion of the back liner features images of the covers of the first three Capitol Beatles albums, "The Beatles Song Book by the Hollyridge Strings" and "The Beatles Story".
The usual factory information is centered at the bottom and the RIAA logo is in the lower right corner.
The back of the stereo cover has the Capitol / EMI box logo in the upper left corner and the catalogue number ST 2228, the FDS logo and "Also available in regular monophonic" in uppercase letters in the upper right corner.

The original front cover slicks:
1) printed by Bert-Co are gray,
2) while those printed by Queens Litho are green.

When "Beatles' 65" was originally issued, Capitol had factories in
1) Scranton, Pensylvania
2) Los Angeles, California
3) In mid. 1965, added a pressing plant in Jacksonville, Illinois. (Stereo Only)

The lower portion of the back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America" logo.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
Capitol did not fabricate its own album covers. Capitol required the cover manufacturer to place a factory identification number on the back liners. The fabricators added a small number, usually in the lower right corner.

The following factories used the following identification numbers in the mid-60s:
Cover fabricator
Number
Send
Press Plant
Imperial Paper Box Corporation, Inc., Brooklyn, New York
2
-->
Scranton factory
Modern Album, Long Island, New York
3
-->
Imperial Packing Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
4
-->
Jacksonville plant
6
-->
Los Angeles factory
Modern Album, Terre Haute, Indiana
5
-->
9
-->
Jacksonville plant
*Queens Litho, Bert-Co and Ivy Hill Lithograph printed the front cover slicks, which were trimmed for mono and stereo by the fabricator.

The original issue Capitol albums were manufactured with black label backdrops with an outer rim colorband. Label copy information specific to each album appears in silver print.
The labels for records manufactured on:
1) The East Coast were printed by Keystone Printed Specialties, Inc. in Scranton, Pensylvania.
2) The West Coast were printed by Bert-Co Enterprises in Los Angeles, California.

The East Coast and West Coast stereo label variations:
1) First pressings of the East Coast label has  "STEREO" indicator on the label has a chubby printing type.
2-1) First "West Coast" Pressings have "STEREO" tightly spaced.
2-2) Later ''West Coast'' pressings feature a loosely spaced "STEREO".
3) Small print Jacksonville.



#5-2 Beatles' 65 (2nd. Press? "Subsidiary Perimeter / Jacksonville Press": ST-2228)
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TITLE
BEATLES' 65
CATALOG NUMBER
ST-2228
RELEASE DATE
Autumn of 1968 / Second Press?
TITLE LISTING
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
No Reply (BMI-2:15)
Honey Don't (BMI-2:56)
I'm A Loser (BMI-2:31) I'll Be Back (BMI-2:22)
Baby's In Black (BMI-2:02) She's A Woman (BMI-2:57) (sim. stereo)
Rock And Roll Music (BMI-2:02) I Feel Fine (BMI-2:20) (sim. stereo)
I'll Follow The Sun (BMI-1:46) Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (BMI-2:24)
Mr. Moonlight (BMI-2:35)

FRONT--> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
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INNER SLEEVE FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
FRONT
BACK
Sorry,
I don't have it.
Sorry,
I don't have it.
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sleeve
The exposed portion of the back liner that wrapped around to the top of the jacket has the phrase "File Under: The Beatles as well as a large black dot and the catalogue number.
FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
meetback The front cover slicks is cut and positioned to reveal the Capitol Full Demensional Stereo arrow logo at the top.
The Capitol logo and the phrase "HIGH FIDELITY" appear in black.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The "Capitol Records High Fidelity Recording" logo and Capitol/EMI logo mark were printed on the back cover.
Dexter's sole contribution to the album was the selection and sequencing of the songs.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The lower portion of the back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the phrase "This Stereo record should be played ....Needle to avoid damage" was erased.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
(But, this record don't have the factory number.)
LABEL CLOSE UP
label The Jacksonville stereo version has small print used for the album title and band member names.
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Catalogue number "ST-2228" was printed at the right side of the center hole.
"STEREO" indicator on the label has small and tightly spaced.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
Jacksonville small print in-house labels (small and tightly spaced "STEREO") have the same typesetting as its non-subsidiary label.
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LABEL CLOSE UP
label Capitol Records, Inc. became a wolly owned subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. in 1968.
The perimeter print on the company's labels modified to reflect the new ownership structure.
On album labels, Capitol added the phrase "A SUBSIDIARY OF CAPITOL INDUSTRIES, INC."
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Capitol Black label with color band + Subsidiary of Capitol Infdustries, Inc.
MIX STEREO except as noted
VINYL COLOR Black
PRESS FACTORY
SLEEVE West Coast: Bert-Co Enterprise of Los Angeles
VINYL Jacksonville, Illinois
FACTORY CODE None
MATRIX No. SIDE 1
ST1-2228-W7   #2       O  (machine stamped)
SIDE 2
ST2  2228  W10  #1     O  (machine stamped)
PUBLISHER'S NAME
-
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
Yes
COVER FORM
Single type. Housed in a cardboard jacket.
INNER SLEEVE Capitol Company Sleeve Type-3: Red sleeve
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Robert Whitaker (from an October 1964 photo session)
PRODUCER Produced in England by George Martin and in the U.S.A. with the assistance of Dave Dexter, Jr.
COMMENTS
Released in December 1964, Beatles '65 is the Beatles' fifth album issued by Capitol Records, but their seventh American album.
Capitol Records, Inc. became a wolly owned subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. in 1968.
The perimeter print on the company's labels modified to reflect the new ownership structure.
On album labels, Capitol added the phrase "A SUBSIDIARY OF CAPITOL INDUSTRIES, INC."
Jacksonville small print in-house labels (small and tightly spaced "STEREO") have the same typesetting as its non-subsidiary label.

The original front cover slicks:
1) printed by Bert-Co are gray,
2) while those printed by Queens Litho are green.

When "Beatles' 65" was originally issued, Capitol had factories in
1) Scranton, Pensylvania
2) Los Angeles, California
3) In mid. 1965, added a pressing plant in Jacksonville, Illinois. (Stereo Only)

The lower portion of the back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America" logo.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
Capitol did not fabricate its own album covers. Capitol required the cover manufacturer to place a factory identification number on the back liners. The fabricators added a small number, usually in the lower right corner.

The following factories used the following identification numbers in the mid-60s:
Cover fabricator
Number
Send
Press Plant
Imperial Paper Box Corporation, Inc., Brooklyn, New York
2
-->
Scranton factory
Modern Album, Long Island, New York
3
-->
Imperial Packing Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
4
-->
Jacksonville plant
6
-->
Los Angeles factory
Modern Album, Terre Haute, Indiana
5
-->
9
-->
Jacksonville plant
*Queens Litho, Bert-Co and Ivy Hill Lithograph printed the front cover slicks, which were trimmed for mono and stereo by the fabricator.



#6 Back to the top of the line
TITLE
The Early BEATLES
RELEASE DATE
22th March.1965/First Press
FRONT --> Click! BACK --> Click! LABEL --> Click! DISK
early early_iback label label
INNER SLEEVE LABEL CLOSE UP
sleeve label The word "STEREO" was printed in chubby printing type.
label Without ".... Subsidiary of ...." perimeter print.
OTHER ITEM
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TRACK LISTING CATALOG NUMBER
SIDE 1 SIDE 2 ST-2309
Love Me Do (sim.stereo)
Twist And Shout
Anna
Chains
Boys
Ask Me Why
Please Please Me
P.S. I Love You
Baby It's You
A Taste Of Honey
Do You Want To Know A Secret

LABEL
Capitol Black-rainbow type 1

MIX
STEREO (except as noted)

VINYL COLOR
BLACK
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
NO
COVER FORM
Single type.
FACTORY CODE
3
COMMENTS
Capitol black label with multicolor band with white perimeter print in black area:
without ".... Subsidiary of ...." perimeter print.



#7-1 Beatles VI (1st. Press "1 ASCAP Credit / Scranton Press": ST-2358)
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TITLE
BEATLES VI
CATALOG NUMBER
ST-2358
RELEASE DATE
14th June.1965 / First Press
TITLE LISTING
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Kansas City (BMI-2:30)
What You're Doing (BMI-2:30)
Eight Days A Week (BMI-2:43) Yes It Is (BMI-2:40) (sim. stereo)
You Like Me Too Much (BMI-2:34) Dizzy Miss Lizzie (BMI-2:51)
Bad Boy (BMI-2:17) Tell Me What You See (BMI-2:35)
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party (BMI-2:33) Every Little Thing (BMI-2:01)
Words Of Love (ASCAP-2:10)

FRONT--> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
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INNER SLEEVE FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
FRONT --> Click
BACK --> Click!
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sleeve
The exposed portion of the back liner that wrapped around to the top of the jacket has the phrase "File Under: The Beatles" as well as a large black dot and the catalogue number.
FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
meetback sleeve
The front cover slicks has the Capitol Full Demensional Stereo arrow logo at the top.
The song title of the 3rd track of the side-2, "DIZZY MISS LIZZY", was printed "DIZZY MISS LIZZIE" on the label and both sides of the cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The FDS logo and "Also available in regular monophonic" in uppercase letters in the upper right corner.
Capitol/EMI logo mark was printed at the upper left of the back cover. The first variation has back liners that were printed prior to Capitol determining the running order of the songs.  The song list appearing inside the box is preceded by the phrase "(See label for correct playing order)" and the word "SELECTION".
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
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The upper portion of the back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America" logo.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
(But, this record don't have the factory number.)
LABEL CLOSE UP
label The original issue Capitol albums were manufactured with black label backdrops with an outer rim colorband.
meetback
Catalogue number "ST-2358" was printed at the right side of the center hole.
"STEREO" indicator on the label has a chubby printing type.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1 --> Click!
SIDE 2 --> Click!
The First Pressings' credits all songs on both sides as BMI, except for track #6 of SIDE-1, "WORDS OF LOVE (ASCAP)"
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LABEL CLOSE UP
label The text of the perimeter print in blue on the original issue discs states "MFD. BY CAPITOL RECORDS. INC. U.S.A. T.M." to the left of a small Capitol logo, with "• MARCA REG. • U.S. PAT. NO. 2, 631,859" to the right. On some labels, the perimeter print is in white.
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Capitol Black label with color band
MIX STEREO except as noted
VINYL COLOR Black
PRESS FACTORY
SLEEVE East Coast: Queens Litho in New York
VINYL Scranton, Pennsylvania / LABEL: Keystone Printed Specialties, Inc. in Scranton, Pensylvania.
FACTORY CODE None
MATRIX No. SIDE 1
ST1-2228-X2       IAM mark  (machine stamped)
SIDE 2
ST2-2228-W3     IAM mark  (machine stamped)
PUBLISHER'S NAME
-
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
-
COVER FORM
Single type. Housed in a cardboard jacket.
INNER SLEEVE Capitol Company Sleeve Type-4: Olive green sleeve
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Photo: Robert Whitaker (from an October 1964 photo session)
photos of The Beatles with their Christmas Cake.
PRODUCER Produced by George Martin
COMMENTS
Beatles VI is the Beatles' seventh Capitol Records release in the United States. The LP was released in both mono and stereo versions.

"Yes It Is", the B-side to the single "Ticket to Ride". This is a "duophonic" stereo remix from the original mono track, with additional echo and reverb.

The front cover to the album features a color photograph of the group. The photos, which is credited to Fabulous Magazine - Fleetway Publications Ltd., was taken at the same time as the Robert Whitaker session that produced the photos for "Beatles' 65". Some photos of the Beatles with their Christmas Cake, all taken by Robert Whitaker during the same photo shoot that produced pictures for every season of the year.

There are separate back liners for the mono and stereo covers.
Mono covers have the Capitol/EMI logo, the catalogue number T2358 and the High Fidelity Recording information in the top right portion. At the bottom of the cover is the Monophonic Microgroove Recording information. "MADE IN U.S.A." and the list of factories.
Stereo covers have the catalogue number ST2358 in the upper right corner. The upper portion of the slick contains the Capitol/EMI box logo, the Full Dimensional Stereo information, "MADE IN U.S.A." the list of factories, and the FDS logo.

Both the mono and stereo covers have two variations:
Mono and Stereo covers:
1) The first variation has back liners that were printed prior to Capitol determining the running order of the songs.  The song list appearing inside the box is preceded by the phrase "(See label for correct playing order)" and the word "SELECTION".
2) Later pressings have liners listing the songs in their correct order.

When "Beatles VI" was originally issued, Capitol had factories in
1) Scranton, Pensylvania
2) Los Angeles, California
3) In mid. 1965, added a pressing plant in Jacksonville, Illinois.

The back liner contains "MADE IN U.S.A. • FACTORIES: SCRANTON, PA. - LOS ANGELES, CALIF." and the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America" logo.
Most of the back liners have a small numeral located near the lower right or left corner. These numbers were used by Capitol to identify where the album cover was manufactured.
Capitol did not fabricate its own album covers. Capitol required the cover manufacturer to place a factory identification number on the back liners. The fabricators added a small number, usually in the lower right corner.

The following factories used the following identification numbers in the mid-60s:
Cover fabricator
Number
Send
Press Plant
Imperial Paper Box Corporation, Inc., Brooklyn, New York
2
-->
Scranton factory
Modern Album, Long Island, New York
3
-->
Imperial Packing Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
4
-->
Jacksonville plant
6
-->
Los Angeles factory
Modern Album, Terre Haute, Indiana
5
-->
9
-->
Jacksonville plant
*Queens Litho, Bert-Co and Ivy Hill Lithograph printed the front cover slicks, which were trimmed for mono and stereo by the fabricator.

The original issue Capitol albums were manufactured with black label backdrops with an outer rim colorband. Label copy information specific to each album appears in silver print.
The labels for records manufactured on:
1) The East Coast were printed by Keystone Printed Specialties, Inc. in Scranton, Pensylvania.
2) The West Coast were printed by Bert-Co Enterprises in Los Angeles, California.

The East Coast and West Coast stereo label variations:
1) First pressings of the East Coast label has  "STEREO" indicator on the label has a chubby printing type.
2-1) First "West Coast" Pressings have "STEREO" tightly spaced.
2-2) Later ''West Coast'' pressings feature a loosely spaced "STEREO".
3) Small print Jacksonville.

The First Pressings' credits all songs on both sides as BMI, except for track #6 of SIDE-1, "WORDS OF LOVE (ASCAP)", Later pressings have all BMI credit.



#8 Back to the top of the line
TITLE
HELP!
RELEASE DATE
13th August. 1965/First press
FRONT BACK LABEL --> Click! DISK
help helpback label label
INSIDE INNER SLEEVE LABEL CLOSE UP
helpinside helpinside helpinner label
label
OTHER ITEM
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TRACK LISTING CATALOG NUMBER
SIDE 1 SIDE 2 SMAS-2386
Help!
The Night Before
From Me To You Fantasy (Inst.)
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
I Need You
In The Tyrol (Inst.)
Another Girl
Another Hard Day's Night (Inst.)
Ticket To Ride
The Bitter End (Inst.)
You Can't Do That
You're Going To Lose That Girl
The Chase (Inst.)

LABEL
Capitol Black-rainbow type 2

MIX
STEREO

VINYL COLOR
BLACK
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
NO
COVER FORM
Gatefold type.
FACTORY CODE
No credit
COMMENTS
Gatefold cover.
Capitol black label with multicolor band with white perimeter print in black area:
without "....Subsidiary of ..." perimeter print, and "Stereo" text style is different for the "Capitol Black-rainbow type 1".



#9 Back to the top of the line
TITLE
RUBBER SOUL
RELEASE DATE
1969 (First press/6th December 1965)
FRONT BACK LABEL --> Click! DISK
rubber rubberback label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label The word "STEREO" on the label was printed in chubby printing type.
This label has the word "A SUBSIDIARY OF..." in the circle credit around the label.
OTHER ITEM
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TRACK LISTING CATALOG NUMBER
SIDE 1 SIDE 2 ST-2442
I've Just Seen A Face
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
You Won't See Me
Think For Yourself
The Word
Michelle
It's Only Love
Girl
I'm Looking Through You
In My Life
Wait
Run For Your Life

LABEL
Capitol Black-rainbow type 3

MIX
STEREO

VINYL COLOR
BLACK
"SUBSIDIARY" PRINT
YES
COVER FORM
Single type.
FACTORY CODE
7
COMMENTS
Stereo only.
Capitol black label with multicolor band with white perimeter print in black area:
includes "....Subsidiary of ..." perimeter print.



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