(Stereo) 'THIS ISSUE HAS A 'FLIPBACK' STYLE SLEEVE.
Black/yellow/silver Parlophone label.
Back cover has a Logo of The Eagle Lithographing Co. Ltd. in the form of a flying bird
and the text:
LONG PLAY 33 1/3 R. P. M. RECORD
Manufactured & Distributed by
THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED
ONE OF THE E.M.I. GROUP OF COMPANIES
DUM DUM ● INDIA
Included inner sleeve with 'MADE IN INDIA'.'[discogs]
(Reissue Stereo) 'Third pressing, summer 1969 until November 1969. Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. front laminated cover. Black label with yellow logo and silver print. “The Gramophone Co. Ltd.” printed at the start perimeter print. Plaine white or sepia “LP advertising” inner sleeve. Without tax code. '[discogs]
(Reissue) 'All titles published by Northern Songs Ltd.
℗ 1965 Original Sound Recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
© 1965 EMI Records Ltd.
No PM-Code on back
Made in the UK.'[discogs]
'Vervaardigd in licentie door N.V. Bovema, Heemstede, Holland.
Alle rechten van de grammofoonplatenfabrikant en van de eigenaar van het opgenomen werk zijn gereserveerd.
Vermenigvuldiging, openbare uitvoering en radiouitzending van deze plaat zijn verboden.'[discogs]
Original 1st German pressing on white/red/gold Odeon labels with old rim text ('Alle Rechte des Plattenherstellers...'), old label design (sharp 'ST33' indicator on bottom of labels) and old catalogue number. Front laminated sleeve. [emil]
'Third German release with white/gold Odeon labels, new rim text ('Urheber- und Leistungsrechte...'), new label design (round '33' rpm indicator on bottom of labels) and old catalogue number (ZTOX 5613).
This is the first version of the third release, using a forward slash to separate the Lennon/McCartney credits on both labels.
Misprint on label side B, track B3: “I’m Looking Trough You” instead of “Through”.
Cover with European, including U.K., and U.S. standard airbrushed photograph of band (Loose thread on right shoulder of John’s jacket was airbrushed out. Compare with original photo which was added as last image)
Please do not mix with the following other German/GEMA versions with gold & white Odeon label. Their differences are listed here - All labels are featuring the old catalog# 'ZTOX 5613' beneath 'Yex 178'/'..179' & 'SMO 84 066';
All have a typo on track B3 on label - some have 'Trough', some have 'Throug' instead of the correct 'Through'.
Release 933699 - probably 1st version with old rim text starting with 'Alle Rechte...' and old label design/typeface. Track B3 typo: 'Trough'.
All following have the newer label rim text starting with 'Urheber...':
Release 4950825 - probably 2nd version, still using old label design/typeface. Track B3 typo: 'Throug'.
All following have a different newer label design ('ST 33' on bottom is more round, newer typeface):
Release 10315785 - Track B3 typo: 'Trough'. On both labels a slash is used in credits as separator between songwriters. (CURRENTLY VIEWED VERSION)
Release 6884969 - TelDec pressing, 'Manufactured in Germany' on runout, deep ring near centerhole. On this release side A uses a dash ('-') as seperator between songwriters, side B a slash ('/') - e.g. 'Lennon/McCartney - like all versions before. Track B3 typo: 'Throug'.
Release 4299311 - 2nd TelDec pressing, 'Manufactured in Germany' on runout, deep ring near centerhole. Dash used on all sides as seperator - e.g. 'Lennon-McCartney'. Track B3 typo: 'Throug'.
Release 9929229 - Ariola pressing with 2nd runout cat#, 'Made in Germany' on runout, deep ring near centerhole. Track B3 typo: 'Throug'.
'MADE IN GERMANY. Printed in Germany by 4P NICOLAUS GMBH, Köln [discogs]
Cover lettering2 is more orange than other releases.
THE BEATLES in caps on labels.. Laminated sleeve. Round ST33. Rubber soul is quite red on front cover.[philip]
(Remastered Stereo) '180 gram vinyl. Taken from 2009 EMI digital remaster.
(Stereo) 'French Contract Pressing for the German Market.
- French Label with German Catalognumber and GEMA.
- Cover also with German Catalognumber.
Record has large 'ST33' indicator in circles on labels and a small circle above this indicator.
Second German release with white/gold Odeon labels, new rim text ('Urheber- und Leistungsrechte...'), old label design (sharp '33' rpm indicator on bottom of labels) and old catalogue number.
Red Gold Odeon. 'Urheber... ' in label rim and softer font on labels.