Blue Odeon without label code. ST33 in circles. GEMA is in a singel box.
Original 1st German pressing on red/white Odeon label with 'Alle Rechte...' text in rim and sharp ST33 typo. Front laminated sleeve. [emil]
Original 1st US mono pressing on glossy, rainbow-rim Capitol labels without 'subsidiary' print. Unlaminated paste-on sleeve. [emil]
(Repress Stereo) 'Purple Capitol label with 'Mfd. by Capitol' rim print, pressed 1978-83.
Printed on posterboard stock. Does not have the RIAA Gold Record Award logo.
Produced in England by George Martin and in the U.S.A. with the assistance of Dave Dexter, Jr.
Printed in U.S.A.
Recorded in England (on both labels)
(Mono) 'West coast pressing. Pressing variation with text slightly different. Labels like this have glossy (non-matte) black finish. LP housed in company catalog sleeve.'[discogs]
(Mono) 'RCA contract pressing with glossy colorband labels. stamped 'R' on both sides[boris]
Original US mono issue. Capitol rainbow labels with deep groove and without 'subsidiary' in bottom rim text.[sascha]
Blue Odeon without label code. ST33 in ovals. Single boxed GEMA.