Japan discography

Singles

I Want To Hold Your Hand
2 May 1964
Odeon OR 1041
I Want To Hold Your Hand single artwork - Japan
Please Please Me
3 May 1964
Odeon OR 1024
Please Please Me single artwork - Japan
She Loves You
4 May 1964
Odeon OR 1058
She Loves You single artwork - Japan
Can't Buy Me Love
4 May 1964
Odeon OR 1076
Can't Buy Me Love single artwork - Japan
From Me To You
4 May 1964
Odeon OR 1077
From Me To You single artwork - Japan
Twist And Shout
5 May 1964
Odeon OR 1078
Twist And Shout single artwork - Japan
Do You Want To Know A Secret
5 May 1964
Odeon OR 1093
Do You Want To Know A Secret single artwork - Japan
All My Loving
5 May 1964
Odeon OR 1094
All My Loving single artwork - Japan
Please Mister Postman
5 May 1964
Odeon OR 1102
Please Mister Postman single artwork - Japan
A Hard Day's Night
5 August 1964
Odeon OR 1119
A Hard Day's Night single artwork - Japan
I Should Have Known Better
5 September 1964
Odeon OR 1139
I Should Have Known Better single artwork - Japan
And I Love Her
5 October 1964
Odeon OR 1145
And I Love Her single artwork - Japan
Long Tall Sally
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1155
Long Tall Sally single artwork - Japan]
Matchbox
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1156
Matchbox single artwork - Japan
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1172
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You single artwork - Japan
No Reply
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1189
No Reply single artwork - Japan
I Feel Fine
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1179
I Feel Fine single artwork - Japan
Rock And Roll Music
5 February 1965
Odeon OR 1192
Rock And Roll Music single artwork - Japan
Mr Moonlight
15 March 1965
Odeon OR 1193
Mr Moonlight single artwork - Japan
Kansas City
15 March 1965
Odeon OR 1194
Kansas City single artwork - Japan
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
15 April 1965
Odeon OR 1195
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party single artwork - Japan
Ticket To Ride
15 May 1965
Odeon OR 1261
Ticket To Ride single artwork - Japan
Help!
15 August 1965
Odeon OR 1412
Help! single artwork - Japan
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
15 September 1965
Odeon OR 1418
Dizzy Miss Lizzy single artwork - Japan
You're Going To Lose That Girl
15 October 1965
Odeon OR 1426
You're Going To Lose That Girl single artwork - Japan
The Night Before
15 November 1965
Odeon OR 1430
The Night Before single artwork - Japan
Act Naturally
15 November 1965
Odeon OR 1437
Act Naturally single artwork - Japan
We Can Work It Out
15 January 1966
Odeon OR 1445
We Can Work It Out single artwork - Japan
Nowhere Man
15 April 1966
Odeon OR 1510
Nowhere Man single artwork - Japan
Paperback Writer
15 June 1966
Odeon OR 1529
Paperback Writer single artwork - Japan
Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby
15 September 1966
Odeon OR 1578
Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby single artwork - Japan
Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever
15 March 1967
Odeon OR 1685
Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever single artwork - Japan
All You Need Is Love
5 August 1967
Odeon OR 1763
All You Need Is Love single artwork - Japan
Hello, Goodbye
10 January 1968
Odeon OR 1838
Hello, Goodbye single artwork - Japan
Lady Madonna
21 April 1968
Odeon OR 1902
Lady Madonna single artwork - Japan
Hey Jude
14 September 1968
Odeon OR 2121
Hey Jude single artwork - Japan
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
10 March 1969
Apple AR 2207
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da single artwork - Japan
Get Back
1 June 1969
Apple AR 2279
Get Back single artwork - Japan
The Ballad Of John And Yoko
10 July 1969
Apple AR 2301
The Ballad Of John And Yoko single artwork - Japan
Come Together/Something
21 November 1969
Apple AR 2400
Come Together/Something single artwork - Japan
Let It Be
25 March 1970
Apple AR 2461
Let It Be single artwork - United Kingdom
Oh! Darling
5 June 1970
Apple AR 2520
Oh! Darling single artwork - Japan
The Long And Winding Road
5 September 1970
Apple AR 2611
The Long And Winding Road single artwork - Japan

5 responses on “Japan discography

    1. tormod aas

      First Records was one of many Taiwanese counterfeit-labels in the late 60s/early 70s, releaseing western pop/rock illegally for the huge contingent of American GIs stationed on the island. Not very interesting for collectors. However, big artists like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones may fetch prices in the region of $20-40 among collectors.

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