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#7-1 Revolver (1st. Press MONO "Odéon Red Label": LSO 105)
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TITLE REVOLVER
CATALOG NUMBER LSO 105
RELEASE DATE 15th. September 1966? / First Press
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Taxman (*NO counting)
Good Day Sunshine
Eleanor Rigby
And Your Bird Can Sing
I'm Only Sleeping
For No One
Love You To
Dr. Robert
Here, There And Everywhere
I Want To Love You
Yellow Submarine
Got To Get You Into My Life
She Said She Said Tomorrow Never Knows  (remix 8) 
FRONT --> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
sleeve sleeve
label label label
INNER SLEEVE FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
cover-up sleeve sleeve sleeve Housed in half laminated French designed / printed cover.
"SIAT - PARIS (printer house name)" was printed on bottom right.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
cover-up Wrap-around cover. Diagonal-cut corner.
Catalog No. "SLSO 105 (stereo) / LSO 105 (mono)" was printed on upper right corner of the back cover.
cover-up
4 Beatles' album are introduced on the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
sleeve "LES INDUSTRIES MUSICALES ET ÉLECTRIQUES PATHÉ MARCONI - PARIS" credit was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
sleeve In the center shows the text "VERSINDEX BREVETE' S.G.D.G." on the back cover.
Original French order tag at the top of the back cover.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label "ODÉON" logo mark in black ink was printed at the top of the red label. label label
"BIEM" logo in a box and "MADE IN FRANCE" were printed on the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label
label label
SIDE-2 SIDE-1 SIDE-2
The French "Revolver" vinyl label had "I Want To LOVE You" instead of "I Want To TELL You".
Matrix No. is
Side-1: XEX 605  21         M6 248941
Side-2: XEX 606  21         M6 248942
OTHER ITEM
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LABEL Odéon Red Label with black ink.
MIX MONO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 XEX 605  21         M6 248941
SIDE 2 XEX 606  21         M6 248942
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME ODÉON / LES INDUSTRIES MUSICALES ET ÉLECTRIQUES PATHÉ MARCONI - PARIS
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT -
COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (half laminated printed cover).
PRINTER CREDIT SIAT - PARIS (Printing house?)
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Front cover features artwork by Klaus Voormann
Rear cover photograph is by Robert Whittaker
INNER SLEEVE Plain white inner sleeve
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
First Mono / Stereo press with red label.
In January of 1966, Odeon replaced their earlier label with a red label and their logo with a logo that more closely resembled the logos used in other countries. The red label appears on all Odeon releases of the time, but when France took up the EEC numbering in 1969, they stopped using the original catalog numbers on Beatles releases.

In the center shows the text "VERSINDEX BREVETE' S.G.D.G." on the back cover.
Original French order tag at the top of the back cover.
Red-label copies of LSO 101 through LSO 105 exist with either (S) in a circle or S by itself on the label.

"Taxman" was deleted "one, two, three, four, one, two" counting just prior to beginning of the song.
Label had "I Want To LOVE You" instead of "I Want To TELL You".

Pathé Marconi EMI:
French record company active between 1972-1990.
Before 1972, Pathé Marconi EMI was known as Les Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathé Marconi. Around 1986 it was renamed to EMI Pathé Marconi (EMI Pathé Marconi S.A.)
The company was responsible for the EMI Group labels La Voix De Son Maître (His Master's Voice), Pathé, EMI Columbia, Capitol Records, EMI, Odeon etc. in France.

S.I.A.T.: "Société Imprimerie Art et Techniques S.A.". French printing company.
Also appears as :
- S. I. A. T. Paris
- SIAT - Paris



#7-2 Revolver (1st. Press STEREO "Odéon Red Label": SLSO 105)
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#7-3 Revolver (2nd. Press STEREO "Odéon Red Label / "Gravure universelle" credit on the sleeve": CLSO 1.105)
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TITLE REVOLVER
CATALOG NUMBER CLSO 1.105
RELEASE DATE 1969? / Second Press
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Taxman (*NO counting)
Good Day Sunshine
Eleanor Rigby
And Your Bird Can Sing
I'm Only Sleeping
For No One
Love You To
Dr. Robert
Here, There And Everywhere
I Want To Love You
Yellow Submarine
Got To Get You Into My Life
She Said She Said Tomorrow Never Knows  (remix 8) 
FRONT --> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
sleeve sleeve
label label label
INNER SLEEVE FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
cover-up sleeve Around the 1969, Revolver switched from LSO (mono) to the CLSO (compatible stereo) prefix, and copies exist with "Gravure universelle" in a box on top of the stereo catalog numbers on the front cover.  sleeve
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
cover-up sleeve cover-up
Wrap-around cover. Diagonal-cut corner. Catalog No. "Ⓤ CLSO 1105 / LSO 105" was printed on upper right corner of the back cover.
Housed in half laminated French designed / printed cover.
"I.D.N. (printer house name)" was printed on bottom right.
4 Beatles' album are introduced on the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
sleeve "LES INDUSTRIES MUSICALES ET ÉLECTRIQUES PATHÉ MARCONI - PARIS" credit was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
BACK COVER CLOSE UP
sleeve In the center shows the text "VERSINDEX BREVETE' S.G.D.G." on the back cover.
Original French order tag at the top of the back cover.
(The order tag was cut off from the back cover.)
LABEL CLOSE UP
label "ODÉON" logo mark in black ink was printed at the top of the red label. label Catalog number "CLSO 1.105 (compatible stereo)" was printed at the right side of the label.
LABEL CLOSE UP
label "Ce disque peut être utilisé avec un lecteur MONO" =This disc can be used with a mono player. (Compatible stereo)
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE-1 SIDE-2SIDE-2 CLOSE UP

"BIEM" logo in a box was printed on the side-1.
About the song title of the 5th. song on side-2, this label was corrected  "I WANT TO TELL YOU" instead of "I WANT TO LOVE YOU".
label labellabel
OTHER ITEM
-

LABEL Odéon Red Label with black ink.
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 XEX 605  21         M6 248941
SIDE 2 XEX 606  21         M6 248942
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME ODÉON / LES INDUSTRIES MUSICALES ET ÉLECTRIQUES PATHÉ MARCONI - PARIS
RECORDING PUBLISHED CREDIT -
COVER FORM Single type. Housed in a twin-flipback printed cover (half laminated printed cover).
PRINTER CREDIT I.D.N.  (Printing house)
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES Front cover features artwork by Klaus Voormann
Rear cover photograph is by Robert Whittaker
INNER SLEEVE Plain white inner sleeve
PRODUCER George Martin
COMMENTS
2nd. Stereo press with red label.
In January of 1966, Odéon replaced their earlier label with a red label and their logo with a logo that more closely resembled the logos used in other countries.

The red label appears on all Odéon releases of the time, but when France took up the EEC numbering in 1969, they stopped using the original catalog numbers on Beatles releases.

Around the 1969, Revolver switched from LSO (mono) to the CLSO (compatible stereo) prefix, and copies exist with "Gravure universelle" in a sticker on top of the mono and stereo catalog numbers on the front cover.

The phrase "Ce disque peut être utilisé avec un lecteur MONO = This disc can be used with a mono player (compatible stereo)" was printed at the center of the label.

In the center shows the text "VERSINDEX BREVETE' S.G.D.G." on the back cover.
Original French order tag at the top of the back cover.

"Taxman" was deleted "one, two, three, four, one, two" counting just prior to beginning of the song.
About the song title of the 5th. song on side-2, this label was corrected  "I WANT TO TELL YOU" instead of "I WANT TO LOVE YOU".

Pathé Marconi EMI:
French record company active between 1972-1990.
Before 1972, Pathé Marconi EMI was known as Les Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathé Marconi. Around 1986 it was renamed to EMI Pathé Marconi (EMI Pathé Marconi S.A.)
The company was responsible for the EMI Group labels La Voix De Son Maître (His Master's Voice), Pathé, EMI Columbia, Capitol Records, EMI, Odeon etc. in France.

IDN: French printing company.
I.D.N. is an acronym standing for "Imprimerie Du Nord".
Identified on most records with the sentence : "IDN made in France" or "I.D.N. made in France"



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