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#1-1 In The Beginning (1961) (1st. Press "Polydor Red Label / ¥2,500": MPF-1024)
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TITLE In The Beginning (1961)
(Rock'n Roll Forever)
CATALOG NUMBER MPF-1024
RELEASE DATE 21th. September 1976 / First Press
TRACK LISTING SIDE 1 SIDE 2
Ain't She Sweet  / The Beatles    Sweet Georgia Brown / The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
Cry For A Shadow / The Beatles The Saints
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
Let's Dance / Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers Ruby Baby / Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers
My Bonnie / The Beatles With Tony Sheridan Why / The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
If You Love Me Baby / The Beatles With Tony Sheridan Nobody's Child / The Beatles With Tony Sheridan
What'd I Say / Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers Ya Ya / Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers
FRONT --> Click! BACK --> Click! SIDE 1 --> Click! SIDE 2 --> Click! DISK
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INSIDE (Gatefold Cover)--> Click! INNER SLEEVE
sleeve Reissue of MP-2326. The cover has been completely redesigned and changed to an illustration with John, Paul, and George standing next to the rear view of Tony Sheridan playing pinball. label Polythene Inner Sleeve.
LYRIC SHEET (Bifold Type)
P1 --> Click! P2-P3 --> Click! P4 --> Click! Comes with 4-sided printed lyric sheet (liner notes).
The subtitle is "The Beatles 1961 (Rock'n'Roll Forever)".
sleeve sleeve sleeve
LYRIC SHEET (Bifold Type)
label label label MPF I024 printed on it.
Liner Notes: Tony sheridan
FRONT COVER: CLOSE UP INSIDE: CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
label label label "Manufactured by Polydor K. K., Japan KI 7610" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
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OBI: White and Red Arrow Obi
OBI FRONT: TOP
OBI FRONT: BOTTOM
OBI BACK
sleeve sleeve sleeve
Catalogue number and "(75) ¥2,500" were printed at the front of the obi. SAL74 System Sound Revolution: At that time, Polydor introduced the latest cutting machine called SAL74 made by Neumann. It is also displayed extensively on the obi. Album "John, Paul, George, Ringo & Bert (MWF-1008)" is introduced on the back of the obi. (Musical soundtrack: 1974)
LABEL CLOSE UP
label label
Polydor Red label with black half-circle logo type-2.
The word "JASRAC" was added on the label.
Labels have "ST" for stereo in a circle located next to the "33" circle.
LABEL CLOSE UP
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Reissue of MP-2326.

In the 12 songs on the album,
"Sweet Georgia Brown" was  not played by The Beatles.
label label
LABEL CLOSE UP
label The credit "Manufactured by Polydor K.K. Japan" was printed in capital letter at the perimeter.
OTHER ITEM
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RECORD LABEL Polydor Red label with black half-circle logo type-2
MIX STEREO
MATRIX No. SIDE 1 MP-2326A  MPF-1024A    A-1-17
SIDE 2 MP-2326B  MPF-1024B     A-2-11
PRESS MARK SIDE 1 IHG6 (?)
SIDE 2 -
VINYL COLOR BLACK
RECORD COMPANY'S NAME SLEEVE MANUFACTURED BY POLYDOR K.K., JAPAN    KI 7610
LABEL MANUFACTURED BY POLYDOR K.K., JAPAN
SYMBOL/PRICE ¥2,500
LYRIC SHEET STYLE Bifold Type
COVER FORM Gatefold Cover
INNER SLEEVE
Polythene Inner Sleeve
OBI
Custom Obi
COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES -
COMMENTS
Reissue of MP-2326. The cover has been completely redesigned and changed to an illustration with John, Paul, and George standing next to the rear view of Tony Sheridan playing pinball.
Comes with 4-sided printed lyric sheet (liner notes).
The subtitle is "The Beatles 1961 (Rock'n'Roll Forever)".

Polydor Red label with black half-circle logo Type-2
Sleeve have "STEREO" text and labels have "ST" for stereo in a circle located next to the "33" circle.
The word "JASRAC" was added on the label.
"Sweet Georgia Brown" was  not played by The Beatles.

SAL74 System Sound Revolution: At that time, Polydor introduced the latest cutting machine called SAL74 made by Neumann. It is also displayed extensively on the obi.

JASRAC: Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers.
Established in 1939, and as the sole copyright administration organization in Japan, held exclusive responsibility for administering the copyrights of the majority of music used domestically, and provided a system whereby permission for the use of music could be easily obtained.



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