£   125
  $   162



£   125 Sold For
Jan 25, 2019 End Date
Jan 18, 2019 Start Date
£   69 Start price
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This collection is all 12 Beatles EP's issued between 1963 - 1966 on the Parlophone label. A few are 1970's repress. All have been cleaned and played on my ION turntable and their are no jumps or skips. Each EP is graded below in line with my Record Condition Guidelines which are printed for reference at the end. Tracks and any specific points of interest/rarity about individual EP's are highlighted, together with technical data obtained from such as pressing numbers and dates. 
*Look out for a couple of rarities including a superb example of "Nowhere Man" and a rare orange top load cover on "Extracts From The Album A Hard Days Night No 2"!  These two EP's alone have been selling recently between £20-£50 EACH.
1. TWIST AND SHOUT 1963    GEP8882   Matrix: 7TCE 762-2N/763-1N.     2nd Pressing 1963    Vinyl: VG   Cover: G
    Tracks: Twist And Shout/A Taste Of Honey/Do You Want To Know A Secret/There's A Place
2. THE BEATLES HITS 1963    GEP8880   Matrix: 7TCE 760-2N/761-1N    *1st Pressing 1963    Vinyl: VG   Cover: VG    Tracks: From Me To You/Thank You Girl/Please Please Me/Love Me Do    *Rarity: The words 'Recording First Published 1963" are missing on the record labels.
3. THE BEATLES NO 1 1963    GEP 8883   Matrix: 7TCE 764-1N/765-1N    2nd Pressing 1963    Vinyl: VG   Cover: Fair    Tracks: I Saw Her Standing There/Misery/Anna (Go To Him)/Chains
4. ALL MY LOVING 1964    GEP 8891   Matrix: 7TCE 790-2/791-2    Repress 1970's    Vinyl: Excellent (looks almost new)     Cover: Excellent    Tracks: All My Loving/Ask Me Why/Money/PS I Love You    Superb example
5. LONG TALL SALLY 1964    GEP 8913   Matrix: 7TCE 822-1N/823-1N    *1st Pressing 1964    Vinyl: VG   Cover: G    Tracks: Long Tall Sally/I Call Your Name/Slow Down/Matchbox
6. EXTRACTS FROM THE FILM A HARD DAY'S NIGHT 1964    GEP 8920   Matrix: 7TCE833-1N/833-2N    *1st Pressing 1964    Vinyl: VG   Cover: VG    Tracks: I Should Have Known Better/If I Fell/Tell Me Why    Includes US Press Cutting for the Film
7. EXTRACTS FROM THE ALBUM A HARD DAYS NIGHT 1964    GEP 8924   Matrix: 7TCE 850-2/851-1N    Repress 1973    Vinyl: Side 1 VG  Side 2 G   Cover: Excellent    Tracks: Any Time At All/I'll Cry Instead/Things We Said Today/When I Get Home    *Very rare example of an orange cover variant (not red) with record insert at the top! This EP is increasingly hard to     find.
8. BEATLES FOR SALE 1965    GEP 8931   Matrix: 7TCE 860-1N/861-1N    *1st Pressing 1965    Vinyl: VG   Cover: VG    Tracks: No Reply/I'm A Loser/Rock And Roll Music/Eight Days A Week    
9. BEATLES FOR SALE NO 2 1965    GEP 8946   Matrix: 7TCE 874-2/875-2    4th Pressing 1969    Vinyl: Excellent   Cover: Excellent    Tracks: I'll Follow The Sun/Baby's In Black/Words Of Love/I don't Want To Spoil The Party    *Superb example. This EP in this condition is increasingly hard to find. 
10. THE BEATLES MILLION SELLERS 1965      GEP 8946   Matrix: 7TCE 888-1/889-1      *1st Pressing 1965      Vinyl: Excellent   Cover: Front VG  Back G      Tracks: She Loves You/I Want To Hold Your Hand/Can't Buy Me Love/I Feel Fine      * Rarity: Misprint on labels says "Beatles Golden Discs". They changed the cover only.
11. YESTERDAY 1966      GEP 8948   Matrix: 7TCE 894-1/894-2      Repress 1970's      Vinyl: Excellent (looks almost new)   Cover: Excellent      Tracks: Yesterday/Act Naturally/You Like Me Too Much/It's Only Love      *Superb example
12. NOWHERE MAN 1966      GEP 8952   Matrix: 7TCE 904-1/905-1      3rd Pressing 1969      Vinyl: Excellent (looks almost new)   Cover: Front Excellent    Back G      Tracks: Nowhere Man/Drive My Car/Michelle/You Won't See Me      * Very rare. Any pressing is not easy to find in this great condition.
UK P&P is included. I can post overseas: extra postage dependent on location. If you are the lucky winner and are non UK, please request an invoice in the first instance. Records will be packed in reinforced cardboard mailers.

RECORD CONDITION GUIDELINES     (Updated October 2018)

1. Mint
The record itself is in brand new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The cover and any extra items such as the lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Records advertised as sealed or un-played should be mint. It is now rare to find a mint 1960's vinyl.

2. Excellent
A nearly perfect record. The record may show some minor signs of having been played, but there is no lessening in sound quality. The cover and packaging might have slight wear and/or slight creasing.

3. Very Good

The record has obviously been played many times, but displays no major deterioration in sound quality, despite some noticeable surface marks, the occasional light scratch and maybe a few mild crackles. Normal wear and tear on the cover or extra items, without any major defects, is acceptable.

4. Good
A record in good condition should play without skipping. The record has been played many times so that the sound quality has noticeably deteriorated, perhaps with some distortion and mild scratches. The cover and contents may suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration, etc.

5. Fair

The record is still just playable but has not been cared for properly and displays considerable surface noise; it may even jump. Has hissing and crackling sounds. The cover and contents will be torn, stained and in bad condition.

6. Poor

The record is probably unplayable and in very bad condition.  The original sleeve/cover is probably missing. Collectors value only. If you have not got a copy a rare record is better than none.

Do Remember....1960’s and 1970’s vinyl is now up to 60 years old and the above should be read with this consideration in mind!

Authenticity. All my records are carefully researched and are authentic to the best of my knowledge, there are no guarantees, but any questions please ask. 

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