Apple 1st. Sleeve
|TRACK LISTING||SIDE 1||Yesterday (Lennon-McCartney)|
|SIDE 2||I Should Have Known Better (Lennon-McCartney)|
|RELEASE DATE||5th July.1976/First Press|
|PICTURE SLEEVE (Open Top)||SIDE 1 -->Click!||SIDE 2 -->Click!||DISK -->Click!|
|FRONT -->Click!||BACK -->Click!|
|LYRIC SHEET (Slip Sheet)
||SLEEVE: FRONT CLOSE UP|
|Apple logo mark and "¥600" were printed at the bottom of the front cover.|
|The words "Toshiba EMI Ltd.","JIS mark", "MADE IN JAPAN." and symbol "I" were printed at the lyric sheet.|
|LYRIC SHEET: FRONT CLOSE UP||SLEEVE: BACK CLOSE UP|
|Title on back sleeve is misspelled as "I SHOU(L)D HAVE KNOWN BETTER" on most (and possibly all) copies.|
|"STEREO" and catalog No. "EAR-20030" were printed at the top of the front cover.||The words "Toshiba EMI Ltd."was printed at the back cover.|
|LABEL CLOSE UP|
phrase "Apple Records - All Rights of the Manufacturer and of the Owner
of the Recorded work Reserved." was printed at the perimeter.
Catalogue number and master number were printed at the right side of the center hole.
"JASRAC" logo mark was printed at the label.
|LABEL CLOSE UP|
|On side-2, the credit "From Soundtrack of "A Hard Day's Night" was printed at the below of the song title.
|The words "(P) 1965 EMI Records Ltd. MFD. BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD. JAPAN" was printed at the bottom.|
|RECORD LABEL||Light Apple type-3|
|MATRIX NUMBER||SIDE 1||7YCE-21783-S 1S 5|
|SIDE 2||7YCE-21784-S 1S 6|
|PRESS MARK||6-89 (?)|
|DISK EDGE||Groove Guard|
|LYRIC SHEET TYPE||Slip Sheet|
|INNER SLEEVE TYPE||Picture Sleeve (Open top)|
|RECORD COMPANY'S NAME||COVER||Toshiba EMI Kabusikigaisha|
1965 EMI Records Ltd.
MFD. BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD. JAPAN
|COMMENTS||Light Green Apple label.
Pocket picture sleeve design with lyric sheet insert.
In the United States and Japan, Yesterday was released as a single in 1965 with a coupling "Act Naturally". It was released in the UK as a four-track EP, so in the U.K, singles became 1976. In Japan, following the U.K. single release, the EAR-20030 stereo apple label has been re-coupling with " I Should Have Known Better".