The Beatles In Italy Numbered Limited Edition Import LP (Colored Vinyl)
The Beatles In Italy Numbered Limited Edition Import LP (Colored Vinyl) The Beatles In Italy Numbered Limited Edition Import LP (Colored Vinyl) The Beatles In Italy Numbered Limited Edition Import LP (Colored Vinyl)
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Audrey
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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The Beatles In Italy Numbered Limited Edition Import LP (Colored Vinyl)

The Beatles

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SKU:
ADRLPI006
UPC:
4585236669006
Numbered, Limited Edition Colored Vinyl LP - Only 200 Copies!
Stunning Beatles Release! Highly Limited Availability!


The Beatles in Italy is a Beatles compilation album released in Italy in 1965 (Parlophon). Despite its title, The Beatles in Italy is not a live album, but, rather, a compilation of previously released studio recordings. The album was issued in Italy in 1965 to capitalize on the band's appearance in Italy during their 1965 European tour, and the release of the film, Help! Instead of consisting of songs that they sang in Italy, the album consists entirely of single and EP tracks that had not been collected into an LP. All original copies of the LP were in mono.

The Beatles in Italy was reasonably popular for Parlophone, first appearing on the red label and later on the black label. EMI's Israeli affiliate was impressed enough with the compilation that they released it there, albeit without the gatefold cover that it sported in Italy. In 1969, when EMI affiliates were adopting a more standard look, the Italian company switched to a more standard Parlophone/EMI label, and the LP was reissued again—along with the rest of the catalog. Still, most fans worldwide were unaware of the compilation. The record probably would have remained obscure had not John Lennon, in a 1970 Rolling Stone interview, speculated that there might have been a live album released in Italy. "There's one in Italy apparently, that somebody recorded there."

As the years passed, imported copies of the album continued to attract the interest of Beatles collectors. It was eventually issued in Japan (Odeon EAS-81525) and the Netherlands (Parlophone 1A 062-04632), when (in the mid-1980s) the album was issued in stereo.

Features:
• Colored Vinyl LP
• Numbered, Limited Edition - Only 200 copies
• LP-shaped circular jacket
• Import

Selections:
1. Long Tall Sally
2. She's A Woman
3. Matchbox
4. From Me To You
5. I Want To Hold Your Hand
6. Ticket To Ride
7. This Boy
8 Slow Down
9. I Call Your Name
10. Thank You Girl
11. Yes It Is
12. I Feel Fine
Description
Numbered, Limited Edition Colored Vinyl LP - Only 200 Copies!
Stunning Beatles Release! Highly Limited Availability!


The Beatles in Italy is a Beatles compilation album released in Italy in 1965 (Parlophon). Despite its title, The Beatles in Italy is not a live album, but, rather, a compilation of previously released studio recordings. The album was issued in Italy in 1965 to capitalize on the band's appearance in Italy during their 1965 European tour, and the release of the film, Help! Instead of consisting of songs that they sang in Italy, the album consists entirely of single and EP tracks that had not been collected into an LP. All original copies of the LP were in mono.

The Beatles in Italy was reasonably popular for Parlophone, first appearing on the red label and later on the black label. EMI's Israeli affiliate was impressed enough with the compilation that they released it there, albeit without the gatefold cover that it sported in Italy. In 1969, when EMI affiliates were adopting a more standard look, the Italian company switched to a more standard Parlophone/EMI label, and the LP was reissued again—along with the rest of the catalog. Still, most fans worldwide were unaware of the compilation. The record probably would have remained obscure had not John Lennon, in a 1970 Rolling Stone interview, speculated that there might have been a live album released in Italy. "There's one in Italy apparently, that somebody recorded there."

As the years passed, imported copies of the album continued to attract the interest of Beatles collectors. It was eventually issued in Japan (Odeon EAS-81525) and the Netherlands (Parlophone 1A 062-04632), when (in the mid-1980s) the album was issued in stereo.

Features:
• Colored Vinyl LP
• Numbered, Limited Edition - Only 200 copies
• LP-shaped circular jacket
• Import

Selections:
1. Long Tall Sally
2. She's A Woman
3. Matchbox
4. From Me To You
5. I Want To Hold Your Hand
6. Ticket To Ride
7. This Boy
8 Slow Down
9. I Call Your Name
10. Thank You Girl
11. Yes It Is
12. I Feel Fine
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
6.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
The Beatles
Title
In Italy
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
1
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
10-10-2017
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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