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  • #1-1 MONO "Unknown Press"
  • #2-1 STEREO "Unknown Press"



    #1-1 George Martin And His Orchestra Play HELP! (MONO 1st. Press: UAL 3448)
    Back to the top of the line
    TITLE GEORGRE MARTIN and his orchestra PLAY HELP!
    CATALOG NUMBER UAL 3448
    RELEASE DATE 6th. September 1965 / First Press
    TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
    Help !
    Ticket To Ride
    Another Girl
    Auntie Gin's Theme
    You're Going To Lose That Girl
    That's A Nice Hat
    I Need You
    Tell Me What You See
    You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
    Scrambled Egg
    The Night Before

    FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click! SIDE 1 -->Click! SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK
    hard label label label label
    INNER SLEEVE
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
    FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click!
    hard hard label label
    The front slicks on the mono covers are cropped to show "high fidelity" in red in the lower left corner followed by "GEORGE MARTIN - HELP! - UNITED ARTISTS UAL 3448" in white.

    BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    label And interestingly, several of them were Beatles melodies under working titles, the famous "Scrambled Egg" ("Yesterday") being one of them.
    label
    Company name and address, and  "monaural ual 3488" were  printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    label label Black label with the United Artists logo above the spindle hole."UNITED" is in gold and "ARTISTS" is in white. The upper perimeter contains a series of overlapping circles and solid colored circles in, from left to right, blue, gold, black, white and red.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    label The lower perimeter has the phrase "United Artists Records, Inc. New York 19. N. Y. Made In U.S.A" in white uppercase letters.
    Have "HIGH FIDERITY" in large uppercase silver letters above the lower perimeter print.
    OTHER ITEM
    -

    LABEL Black label with overlapping circles at top
    MIX MONO
    PRESS FACTORY
    SLEEVE Unknown
    VINYL
    Unknown
    MATRIX No. SIDE 1 UAL  3448 A  1A      1  (hand etched)
    SIDE 2 UAL  33448 B  1D     1  (hand etched)
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    PUBLISHER'S NAME
    -
    COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a cardboard jacket.
    PRINTER CREDIT -
    COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Color picture of the Beatles on skies from the Swiss mountain sequence in the film.
    INNER SLEEVE United Artists Original Company Sleeve Type-3
    PRODUCER George Martin and Ron Richards
    COMMENTS
    "Play Help!" is a 1965 album  (mono UAL 3448 / stereo UAS 6448) by the George Martin and his orchestra, the second of a series of albums by Martin featuring instrumental arrangements of Beatle film. This release focused on songs from their album Help!.
    Unlike his other albums, the UK issue is not on Martin's Parlophone label, but on EMI's sister Columbia Graphophone's "Studio 2 Stereo" series label.
    And interestingly, several of them were Beatles melodies under working titles, the famous "Scrambled Egg" ("Yesterday") being one of them.
    "Auntie Gin’s Theme" is "I’ve Just Seen A Face" and "That’s A Nice Hat (Cap)" is "It’s Only Love".

    The black background front cover features a color picture of the Beatles on skies from the Swiss mountain sequence in the film.
    The front slicks on the mono covers are cropped to show "high fidelity" in red in the lower left corner followed by "GEORGE MARTIN - HELP! - UNITED ARTISTS UAL 3448" in white.
    The back cover contains a picture and liner notes about George Martin.

    Black label with the United Artists logo above the spindle hole."UNITED" is in gold and "ARTISTS" is in white. The upper perimeter contains a series of overlapping circles and solid colored circles in, from left to right, blue, gold, black, white and red.
    Have "HIGH FIDERITY" in large uppercase silver letters above the lower perimeter print.



    #2-1 George Martin And His Orchestra Play HELP! (STEREO 1st. Press: UAS 6448)
    Back to the top of the line
    TITLE GEORGRE MARTIN and his orchestra PLAY HELP!
    CATALOG NUMBER UAL 3448
    RELEASE DATE 6th. September 1965 / First Press
    TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
    Help !
    Ticket To Ride
    Another Girl
    Auntie Gin's Theme
    You're Going To Lose That Girl
    That's A Nice Hat
    I Need You
    Tell Me What You See
    You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
    Scrambled Egg
    The Night Before

    FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click! SIDE 1 -->Click! SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK
    hard label label label label
    INNER SLEEVE
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
    FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click!
    hard hard label
    The front slicks on the stereo covers are cropped to show "stereo" in red in the upper left corner followed by "GEORGE MARTIN - HELP! - UNITED ARTISTS UAS 6448" in white.
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    labelUnited Artists logo was printed at the lower right corner of the front cover.
    label And interestingly, several of them were Beatles melodies under working titles, the famous "Scrambled Egg" ("Yesterday") being one of them.
    BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    label label
    Publishers' name was printed at the bottom of the song title.
    "© UNITED ARTISTS RECORDS INC." was printed.
    Company name and address, and  "stereo uas 6448" were  printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    label label Black label with the United Artists logo above the spindle hole."UNITED" is in gold and "ARTISTS" is in white. The upper perimeter contains a series of overlapping circles and solid colored circles in, from left to right, blue, gold, black, white and red.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    label The lower perimeter has the phrase "United Artists Records, Inc. New York 19. N. Y. Made In U.S.A" in white uppercase letters.
    Have "HIGH FIDERITY STEREO" in large uppercase silver letters above the lower perimeter print.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    SIDE 1
    SIDE 2

    label label
    OTHER ITEM
    -

    LABEL Black label with overlapping circles at top
    MIX STEREO
    PRESS FACTORY
    SLEEVE Unknown
    VINYL
    Unknown
    MATRIX No. SIDE 1 UAS  6448 A  1B      1  (hand etched)
    SIDE 2 UAS  6448 B  1B     1  (hand etched)
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    PUBLISHER'S NAME
    -
    COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a cardboard jacket.
    PRINTER CREDIT -
    COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Color picture of the Beatles on skies from the Swiss mountain sequence in the film.
    INNER SLEEVE United Artists Original Company Sleeve Type-3
    PRODUCER George Martin and Ron Richards
    COMMENTS
    "Play Help!" is a 1965 album  (mono UAL 3448 / stereo UAS 6448) by the George Martin and his orchestra, the second of a series of albums by Martin featuring instrumental arrangements of Beatle film. This release focused on songs from their album Help!.
    Unlike his other albums, the UK issue is not on Martin's Parlophone label, but on EMI's sister Columbia Graphophone's "Studio 2 Stereo" series label.
    And interestingly, several of them were Beatles melodies under working titles, the famous "Scrambled Egg" ("Yesterday") being one of them.
    "Auntie Gin’s Theme" is "I’ve Just Seen A Face" and "That’s A Nice Hat (Cap)" is "It’s Only Love".

    The black background front cover features a color picture of the Beatles on skies from the Swiss mountain sequence in the film.
    The front slicks on the stereo covers are cropped to show "stereo" in red in the upper left corner followed by "GEORGE MARTIN - HELP! - UNITED ARTISTS UAS 6448" in white.
    The back cover contains a picture and liner notes about George Martin.

    Black label with the United Artists logo above the spindle hole."UNITED" is in gold and "ARTISTS" is in white. The upper perimeter contains a series of overlapping circles and solid colored circles in, from left to right, blue, gold, black, white and red.
    Have "HIGH FIDERITY STEREO" in large uppercase silver letters above the lower perimeter print.



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