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    The Beatles Introducing... Rare Pink Cover Plus Promo Sticker Stereo (LP-1062, 1964). How often do you see this? The rare pink cover with a "Stereophonic" sticker. Vee-Jay had the privilege of releasing the very first Beatles album in the United States. Originally released just 10 days before Capital Records released Meet The Beatles. Vee-Jays First release had "Love Me Do" and "PS I Love You" Capitol came down on Vee-Jay so they put out another version substituting the songs: "Ask Me Why" and "Please Please Me," (LP 1062). This is the second version. Song titles listed in two columns on the back. Jacket grades: VG EX-6 with 4 ½" seam split top right. A 1" seam split top left. Record grades: VG EX-6.5. A wonderful and desirable example to add to the collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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