Rubber Soul (PCS 3075, UK 1973, VG/VG+)/ Revolver (SHZE 186, Germany 1973, VG+)/ Sgt. Pepper's (SHZE 401, 2nd HÖR ZU-pressing, Germany 1969, EXCELLENT)
|Condition:||Very Good Plus|
On offer a great lot of 3 The Beatles classics, all original/ early releases:
- Rubber Soul (Parlophone – PCS 3075)
UK, 1973, stereo, reissue
Label variation of 1973 Pressing - Silver/black Parlophone label with two boxed EMI logos
MADE IN GT. BRITAIN below bottom EMI logo
Vinyl: VG (plays fine between VG/VG+)
- Revolver (Odeon – SHZE 186, HÖR ZU – SHZE 186)
Germany, 1973, stereo, reissue
Pressing with blue Odeon label and black TV-HörZu logo on the right
ST/33 oval/elliptical "circled"
Label misspells title B5: I Want To Love You
Sleeve is actually in great shape, but has a seam split on top and a spine-split (taped). Further, in very nice condition!
Vinyl: VG++ (plays great & with strong sound on both sides!)
- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Odeon – SHZE 401, HÖR ZU – SHZE 401)
Germany, 1969, reissue
2nd HÖR ZU-pressing with original runout-matrix
Gatefold sleeve and with cut-out sheet.
Relevant features of this release:
'The Beatles' written in little letters on labels;
old 2 'HörZu' logo;
'GEMA' in only one box.
Matrix / Runout (A-side): SHZE-401-A-1
Matrix / Runout (B-side): SHZE 401-B-2
Gatefold flipback sleeve (w. HorZu sticker!), vinyl & cut-outs insert are EXCELLENT. Hardly used at all. Hard to find like this!
Collectable lot, see pics which give a good impression!
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