This label has 'An EMI Recording' text on the left side.
One line of rim text bottom rim.[philip]
'This version has different back cover than the other listed. This does not have box with text and there is no yellow Apple logo. Also labels different labels. Nothing indicates this being DMM.'[discogs]
(Repress) ''This is a new phase BEATLES album... essential to the content of the film, LET IT BE was that they performed live for many of the tracks; in comes the warmth and the freshness of a live performance; as reproduced for disc by Phil Spector'
'Thanks to George Martin/Glyn Johns/Billy Preston/Mal Davies/Peter Brown/Richard Hewson/Brian Rogers'.
Cover is US AR 34001, vinyl is German 1C 062-04 433 Y. [emil]
White Apple label, not grey. [philip]
(Limited Edition Reissue Stereo)[philip]
Green Apple on back cover.[philip]
2U / 2U matrix.
This is the first pressing and part of the early batch that was released without the box and book in a fully laminated sleeve that has a red Apple logo on the rear. Labels have a small ℗ with bigger space between 'Side1/Side2' and the tracks listing, variant with big ℗ and slightly different label font and layout is the second pressing and can be found here Let It Be[philip]
No Apple on back cover, just Parlophone and PCS 7096 on spine.[philip]
Side 2 grey apple label design. [emil]
180 g Vinyl
180 g Vinyl
Original US pressing on red Apple label. Maggie Mae credited to P.D., 'Phil + Ronnie' in run-out-grooves. [emil]
Original 1st US pressing on red Apple label. gatefold
'Purple label, large Capitol logo, custom inner sleeve.
Originally released in 1970.' [discogs]
(Stereo) 'Red Apple label with 'Mfd. by Apple' on the full side. This later label expands the credit to 'Maggie Mae' to 'P.D. arr. Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, Starkey'.
Thanks to George Martin / Glyn Johns / Billy Preston / Harold Seider / Mal Davies / Peter Bown / Richard Hewson / Brian Rogers.
Recorded in England.
Reproduced for disc by
Recorded in England
MFD. BY APPLE RECORDS, INC.
Reproduced for disc by
Recorded in England'[discogs]
Original 1st French pressing. [emil]
Maggie Mae credits (P.D. arr. Lennon; McCartney; Harrison; Starkey) 'Phil + Ronnie' in the run-out groove and the RED Apple Label. Album,[disocgs]
SACEM on labels.
This is a new phase BEATLES album... essential to the content of the film, LET IT BE was that they performed live for many of the tracks in comes the warmth and the freshness of a live performance as reproduced for disc by Phil SpectorThanks to George MartinGlyn JohnsBilly PrestonMal DaviesPeter BrownRichard HewsonBrian RogersCat on sleev[discogs]
B side cat number has an 'M'.
(Single Stereo Mono) 'Centre labels:
An E.M.I. Rec.
Side A: Stereo
Side B: Mono (M in Cat# and Runout)
B side cat number has an 'M'.[emil]
A-side title at 9 o'clock. 'Mfd. by Apple...' perimeter text on b-side. Comes in company sleeve.[emil]
Original first pressings have APPLES 1002 A-1 stamped in the runout on the B-Side which has been crossed out and replaced with the new code. Apples 1002 was scheduled for release 5th Dec 1969. It would have been, You Know My Name/What's The New Mary Jane by The Plastic Ono Band but was cancelled. Stampers had already been prepared so were used for this release. Matrix / Runout A stamped: 7YCE 21407 1U. Matrix / Runout B stamped over with X's: APPLES 1002 A-1. [discogs]
(Single) 'A-side title at 9 o'clock. Capitol logo perimeter print on b-side.' [discogs]
(Single) 'Apple label with 'Mfd. by Apple' rim text on the slice side. LA pressing have A-side title under center hole.'[discogs]