Beatles, The/Meet the Beatles!

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tryintohelp wrote at 2009-04-12 04:14:14
Hi Greeny,

I would like to add something you may have overlooked...re: the third pressing of "Meet the Beatles" you mentioned that all tracks had ASCAP credits but for the first 2 tracks on side one.  I have a copy where this is the case but also a BMI credit on side two...that track is "I Wanna be Your Man"...hope this helps the discussion.


none wrote at 2012-09-16 05:10:43
What does it mean if there is the #3 on back side of album???? Looking for a value on this record can anyone help.


fab4ever62 wrote at 2013-08-18 04:23:47
I will confirm. U.S. copies with the number 12 next to the RIAA symbol are from the 1970s. I haven't checked the Perry Cox Price Guide lately but I would say it is probably worth about $8 to $10 (US Dollars)


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Born in Liverpool and went to the same school as Paul and George,I am an expert in Beatles recording anomolies(different mixes on various albums) mono v stereo differences, bootlegs .I have 4000 vinyl albums in my collection by the Beatles and other artistes. I also have a great interest in Beatles promo videos for their singles and non single tracks Please no questions about values of records or anything about matrix numbers or source city of pressings.

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Have been buying Beatles records for over 40 years and have various versions of the same tracks just because they are different. I come from Liverpool , England so saw the Beatles phenomenon develop from the start and saw them live. I bought every record as it was released. My best knowledge is in recording variations, mono v stereo and beatles promo videos

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Liverpool University - English

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