The Beatles "Let It Be" MONO Brazil LP
  $   95

 


$   95 Sold For
May 25, 2011 Sold Date
May 20, 2011 Start Date
$   45 Start price
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____________The Beatles__________________"Let It Be" ___________1970 Brazil ONLY APPLE issue_______EXTREMELY RARE MONO PRESSING_to boot, this is the rarer Red Apple reverse cover version!_____________Brazil (Apple BTL 1013) ___Welcome to platterpile auctions; The internet home of_________Platter Puss Records. ____Customer satisfaction is top priority in ALL sales.Pictures below have only been sharpened for clarity , not altered. Professionalism in sales and shipping are hallmark to every sale. My feedback at eBay should be a very good guide.-------->PICTURES ENLARGE WITH A CLICK OF THE MOUSE<--------_____________________________________________________________________           The Beatles___"Let It Be"Label: Apple BTL1.013Brazil (Apple BTL 1013) Recorded: 4 Feb 1968 - 1 April 1970Producers: George Martin, Phil SpectorEngineers: Glyn Johns, Martin Benge, Ken Scott, Peter Bown, Phil McDonald, Jeff Jarratt, __specific details below track listingTHIS IS REAL, ORIGINAL AND NOT A BOOTLEG. This is indeed a MONO copy of the 1970 12-track "Let It Be" album that was only ever issued in that format in Brazil. The album comes with unique design Apple labels with Portuguese text, all housed in a superb unique poly-lined wraparound picture sleeve variant with red apple on the back. The vinyl on this copy shows only light surface marks. Black die cut inner sleeve is a bit tattered. Catalog no. BTL-1.013, matrix no. xex-773 side one, and xex-774 side two. The mastering on this LP is excellent, nice bass, midrange, and highs. The vinyl is Very Good and is very quiet. This mix seems to diminish the "Spector" effect somewhat. The mono releases always used the Brazilian numbering system only. The first apple label has the print around the rim of the label in cursive (script).[at auction here] Later on, the rim print was changed to a block printed style, by that time the Brazilian catalog number had been removed.
Track list:Two Of UsDig A PonyAcross The UniverseI Me MineDig ItLet It BeMaggie MaeI've Got A FeelingOne After 909The Long And Winding RoadFor You BlueGet Back
This version of "Let It Be" is virtually unfindable. Finding a retail price (approx. $95.00 USD in this condition) took a couple of hours. There is very little information about this pressing available. Most of the online print about this LP, it's origin and pressing is FALSE. I ended up calling a very well informed and respected retailer in the UK and they gave me the information and also offered 45 Pounds for this copy~~~~~~
The COVER looks Very Good and isn't damaged or written on. The INNER SLEEVE (black die-cut original)is worse for the years and a bit tattered. The record is in a replacement poly-lined white sleeve. Most important; the RECORD is in Very Good condition as well. Some marks but nothing to seriously detract from overall quality. Plays well.
John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, bass guitar, organ, whistlingPaul McCartney: vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, maracas, whistlingGeorge Harrison: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, tambura, maracasRingo Starr: drums, percussion, svaramandalGeorge Martin: Hammond organ, shakerBilly Preston: Hammond organ, electric pianoLinda McCartney: backing vocalsUncredited: 18 violins, four violas, four cellos, harp, three trumpets, three trombones, two guitarists, tenor saxophone, 14 choristers
A Word About ConditionThe condition of a record is all-important as to determining its value. The values shown are drastically reduced for lesser condition copies, as shown below:Near Mint, or NM, condition records are unscratched. If the label has stickers or tape, this must be noted. Essentially, they look like they just came from the store.Very Good Plus, or VG+, condition records will have very few scratches. Without close inspection, they might pass for Near Mint copies. A VG+ record normally sells for half what a NM copy goes for.Very Good, or VG, condition records have a fair amount of scratches, but they by no means appear "beat up". A VG condition record normally sells for one fourth of the NM price.Very Good Minus, or VG-, condition records are starting to appear quite scratched. Still, when played, they play through, although the surface noise is becoming distracting. Many singles are commonly found in this condition. A VG- condition record normally sells for one sixth of the NM price.Good, or G, condition records look scratched--basically all over, but they'll play through well enough to enjoy the song. A G condition record sells for one tenth of the NM price. [Some dealers also use a grade of G+, which sells for one eighth of the NM price.]Fair, or fr, condition records are generally worthless unless the record is rare. They're scratched up and have distracting surface noise, but they're not completely ruined. No chips missing, and not cracked. They sell for one twentieth of the NM price or less.Poor, or pr, condition records are basically ruined. They may be warped, cracked, chipped, or otherwise unsuitable for collecting. Most collectors only accept poor condition copies of something really rare until a better one comes along. They're virtually worthless.

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