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March 17th 2017
02:16:08 AM
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ablett lester

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Southend Surprise by Paul and Linda McCartney vinyl only what year was it issued also was it a bootleg and was it put onto CD format ? many thanks in advance for any info on this vinyl recording.

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March 17th 2017
02:12:34 AM
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ablett lester

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bootleg \"Beatles 4 Others Beatles\" when was it issued ?; thanks in advance

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March 17th 2017
02:10:01 AM
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ablett lester

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bootleg \"Pirate Songs\" by George Harrison, what year issued ? thanks in
advance

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March 5th 2017
10:44:31 PM
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André Poirier

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Hi, your site is a treasure trove of info...I\'ve used it (and of course, referenced you) quite a few times on french wikipedia !!. I noticed that on the page about the Magical Mystery Tour album, you say that this album was included in the 1978 Box Set but when you I click on your page of said box set, it is said that it was not included. I\'ve checked elsewhere and confirmed that it was not included...Again congrats on your work and keep it up....

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October 31st 2016
10:12:56 PM
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Steve

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Hi, can anybody advise me at when the version of Yellow Submarine UK album with two black lines (as opposed to red lines) above and below the rear sleeve notes dates to?
I don\'t seem to be able to find any reference to the black line version anywhere.

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August 17th 2016
01:11:52 AM
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Steve

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Thank You for all your great work on this site. Question about the the BBC King Lear broadcast of 29 Sept. 67. Do you have the entire broadcast or just the bit mixed into the tail end of Walrus? I have that from a boot, but it doesn\'t have the earlier mix in round the \"sitting in an English garden\" break. I am actually interested in hearing the full broadcast.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------No, I only have the segment as played on the BBC during a show about the making of the recording.
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June 6th 2016
08:35:13 PM
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Doug Rivera

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I think your site is awesome! One question though: Concerning EPs... is there a way to find out positions they debuted at? And also how many weeks they were at their highest position (like it\'s given when they are number 1)? Thanks!
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Your best bet to track down chart movements is the Official Chart Archive which you should find here: http://www.officialcharts.com/
You can search by artists and dates.
Not sure on their depth of coverage for E.P.\'s though.
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October 27th 2015
02:35:31 AM
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Susan Corley

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I have in my collection a white album with the black Parlophone label. (p) 1968 YEX .709 Stereo PCSJ 7067. On the cover it is the embossed The BEATLES with a serial of A 000351. I have not been able to locate any mention of that serial number. I thought it was maybe Australia.
Any insight would be great!
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Sorry, I\'m not familiar with such a format
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September 29th 2015
03:38:32 PM
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JEFF ROBINSON

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I HAVE PURCHASED A BEATLES 3 LP BOX SET ENTITLED ROCK N ROLL..THE BEATLES & JOHN LENNON..MFP MUSIC FOR PLEASURE 4M28-54084/85/86,,1975 EMI RECORDS....CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE THIS IS LOCATED ON YOUR LIST PLEASE???..JEFF

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July 1st 2015
03:26:27 PM
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carol

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I have in my possession an autograph by ray peters who claims to be the first person to introduce the beatles live on air in 1962. Is it worth anything?

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May 26th 2015
01:16:29 AM
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Dr. Winston \'O Boogie

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So, what do you guys (message board fellas or Graham) think of Paul\'s Electric Arguments? John\'s Imagine and Rock And Roll? George\'s All Things Must Pass? Ringo\'s Time Takes Time? I just put these all on compact discs, and I love them! What does everyone else think?

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April 2nd 2015
04:40:18 PM
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Jakub Kaleta

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I just want to thank you for your site JPGR! So many rare Scans, so many memories!
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March 27th 2015
01:51:22 AM
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Apollo C. Vermouth

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What was the best album, both Beatles and solo? I\'d say hands down it\'d be Paul\'s Tug Of War.
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Interesting choice.
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March 21st 2015
07:07:59 PM
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Dr. Percy Thrillington

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I\'ve seen you mention Paul\'s 2010-2014 remasters on some pages. Will you be posting reviews/facts and /or tracklistings for these?
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Indeed, these special editions will be represented on the appropriate webpages, eventually.
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February 10th 2015
09:22:53 PM
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Howard

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Has anyone ever actually seen the Typhoo tea advertisement for which Dezo Hoffmann took rooftop photos in July 1963? Do you know if it was ever published in its final form?
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Sorry, really don\'t know.
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December 23rd 2014
09:32:32 AM
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Perry Edwards

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I bought a collection from the original owner that included a Let It Be box set with a green apple logo sleeve - were there transitional copies issued to use up remaining box sets?
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Sleeves and record labels are not an exact science. Record companies would use anything they have lying around to complete any stock requirements. In general these things sold in hundreds of thousands so you do get all kinds of pressing plant mishaps and odd labels at any old times. There never is a definitive answer to sleeve or labelling issues, most of the representations on JPGR are a guide trying to be as close to being accurate as can be.
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August 27th 2014
04:03:25 PM
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PAUL RUSSELL

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Hi, May I firstly say, what a great help your site has been and I am sure will continue to be. Now my question, I have picked up a UK copy of the double blue album 1967 / 70, but this is the first time I have seen one with a mid 60\'s style grainy label and outer label ring, much like the very early CBS label, unfortunately, only the second LP has these labels, the first one has the standard smooth labels. Is this a common thing ?? any help would be appreciated, thanks Paul
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Sleeves and record labels are not an exact science. Record companies would use anything they have lying around to complete any stock requirements. In general these things sold in hundreds of thousands so you do get all kinds of pressing plant mishaps and odd labels at any old times. There never is a definitive answer to sleeve or labelling issues, most of the representations on JPGR are a guide trying to be as close to being accurate as can be.
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May 4th 2014
02:17:13 PM
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Terry

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i have a sgt pepper yex 637 -1 which has \"the gramophone co ltd \"at the start and 2 EMI boxes (oppose to 1) i have owned this sh since 73 , there are stampers26 at six oclock and MPP at 12 oclock,
is this from 69 or 73 pressings?
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1973.
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December 29th 2013
05:27:00 PM
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Davie

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hi! just going thru the chronological list of beatles albums n noticed an error re magical mystery tour release date. it was, in fact, 27 nov 1967 and not, as u say, 19 nov 1976. i know this as i have the vinyl. best wishes from a fellow fab four fanatic \"\"
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Sorry old chum, all release dates are spot on and as quoted on JPGR.
If you followed the link to the appropriate webpage for Magical Mystery Tour L.P. and read the detail it would explain all
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October 24th 2013
07:07:34 PM
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Malcolm

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Hi

Can\'t work my \"The Beatles\' Hits\" EP. Great description on this site, but mine has what looks to be more modern text font, but \"The Parlophone Co Ltd...\" around the label, but NO \"Recording first published..\" Or P 1963 on it. No publishing date at all!! has first issue matrix no\'s.

Any clues please? Private individual wading through old vinyl!!

Thanks for any help provided.

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