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Odeon and Apple Label: Golden Oldies Series
I Want To Hold Your Hand / This Boy (1C 006-04 752M)
(Update: 5th. October 2020)

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  Original Sleeve

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#1-1 I Want To Hold Your Hand / This Boy (Golden Oldies Vol.2 "AD Type-1": Odeon 1C 006-04 752M)
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TRACK LISTING
SIDE 1
I Want To Hold Your Hand (Lennon / McCartney)
SIDE 2 This Boy (Lennon / McCartney)
RELEASE DATE
May 1971 / First Press
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label label Catalog number was printed at the upper right corner of the sleeve.
EMI/Odeon logo was printed at the bottom.
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"ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN" was printed at the bottom of the back sleeve. "Printed in Germany by Carl v. d. Linnepe" (*)
Back Sleeve: Advert for John Lennon and 11 other singles.
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label Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.
The rim print was: "URHEBER- UND LEISTUNGSSCHUTZRECHTE, BESONDERS VERVIELFÄLTIGUNG  ...."
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SIDE 1 SIDE 2 Catalog number "1C 006-04 752 M" and  "GEMA" logo were printed at the right side of the label.
Running time on the left.
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SIDE 1
SIDE 2
"MADE IN GERMANY (circuler)" and 45 in a triangle were printed at the bottom of the label.
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RECORD LABEL
Odeon Green Label Type-2-2
CATALOG NUMBER
1C 006-04 752
MIX
MONO
MATRIX No. Side1 04752 A - 2 - M
Side2 04752 B - 1 - M
VINYL COLOR
BLACK
CENTER Full size center hole
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME
Label
EMI RECORDS  LTD.
Sleeve
EMI ELECTROLA  GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H KÖLN
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES
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PRINTER CREDIT
Printed in Germany by Carl v. d. Linnepe
PRODUCER
Produced by George Martin
COMMENTS
"GOLDEN OLDIES" series.
German 7" single reissue series released by Electrola Gesellschaft m.b.H. in 1971/72.
The first releases denotes the printer Carl v. d. Linnepe. The company name changed in early 1972 to Druckhaus Maack KG. So releases with this printer credit dates not before 1972.
Please be aware that there are sometimes multible rear cover versions with different advertisment.
During 1972 EMI merged with Electrola Gesellschaft m.b.H., so we find EMI Electrola credited top left side on the front cover.
Later versions denotes EMI Electrola GmbH as the record company.
Released on a German pressed disc with a unique picture sleeve.
Green label and Odeon logo mark in white was printed above the center hole.

(*)Carl v. d. Linnepe:
Former German publisher and printing company, located in Lüdenscheid.
Converted into Druckhaus Maack KG by early 1972. May also appear as: C.v.d. Linnepe



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