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    John Lennon "Be My Baby"/ "Just Because" 10" 45-rpm Acetate (1975). Two outtakes from the "Rock 'N' Roll" sessions. These particular songs were not used on the Apple "Rock 'N' Roll" album, but different, more refined versions of each found their way onto the Adam VIII "Great Rock & Roll Hits -- Roots" album. The two outtakes here are more raw and suggestive. The original recording sessions were produced by Phil Spector, whose voice may be heard at the end of "Be My Baby" saying "Thank you very much, gentlemen." The plain white labels with typed song titles make this appear to be very rare. Condition: VG 5. From the GRT Collection

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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