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    Beatles Yesterday and Today Sealed Stereo LP (Capitol ST 2553, 1966). Between January, 1965 and September, 1966, the Beatles released an astonishing six new US albums. All six spent time at the top of Billboard's album charts, with Yesterday and Today claiming #1 for five weeks. It was essentially a collection of singles for US consumption only, but what a collection of singles! Included were such classics as "Yesterday", "We Can Work It Out", "Nowhere Man", "Drive My Car", and "Day Tripper". This is a rarer copy in two ways: it's a promo copy (note the hole punch in the cover), and it's still sealed. Shrink is split at opening 4" with tape to stop split. It bears a "6" on the back cover, denoting pressing in either Los Angeles or Winchester, PA. Condition: NM 8 (with hole punch)/ GM-MT 10 (still sealed disc).

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    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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