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    Beatles Solo Albums Artwork. Featured here are six pieces of one-of-a-kind items used to produce the artwork for many of the Beatles' solo albums for Apple and Capitol. Included are the 45 sleeve artwork for Ringo Starr's "Beaucoups of Blues/Coochy Coochy" single -- his first on Apple in 1970 (VG+ with a minor 1/4" tear on top of the back cover); color separations for the cover of the 8-track version of John Lennon's "Rock 'N' Roll" -- his last studio album for Apple (MT-); color separations for the cover of the 8-track version of George Harrison's "Extra Texture" -- his last studio album for Apple (MT-); a proof slick for the cover of the John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band's 45 "Give Peace a Chance/Remember Love" -- Lennon's first single on Apple (front side only; VG condition with some minor wrinkles); proof slick for the label art for the DJ 45 version of "Listen to What the Man Said" by Wings (MT-); and color separations for the A and B sides of the 45 "With a Little Luck/Backwards Traveller" (MT-).

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    October, 2005
    8th Saturday
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