Yugoslavia discography

The Beatles' records in Yugoslavia were issued on the government-owned Jugoton label. The first, a version of the UK's A Collection Of Beatles Oldies LP, was released in 1967; prior to that residents of the country had to rely on imports.

Albums

Hits Of Beatles
1967
Parlophone/Jugoton LLPMC-V-264
Hits Of Beatles album - Yugoslavia
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
June 1967
Parlophone/Jugoton LLPP-V-293
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album artwork
The Beatles (White Album)
January 1969
Parlophone/Jugoton LPSV-267/8
The Beatles (White Album) artwork
Yellow Submarine
Spring 1969
Parlophone/Jugoton LPSV-P-372
Yellow Submarine album artwork
Abbey Road
October 1969
Parlophone/Jugoton LPSV-P-379
Abbey Road album artwork
Hey Jude
March 1970
Parlophone/Jugoton LPSV-P
Hey Jude album artwork
Let It Be
June 1970
Parlophone/Jugoton LPSV-P-407
Let It Be album artwork

4 responses on “Yugoslavia discography

  1. pinio65

    Very good site. I write information about Yugoslavian
    records. I have information about SP: Let It Be , catalogue number is SAP 8361 not 8304

    In my discography (Yugoslavia) i have:
    EP: Help! / Mr Moonlight / I’m Down / I’ll Follow The Sun
    Odeon MEO 113 [Mono] France
    The Beatles
    Import from France.
    1966 year.

    LP: Revolver
    Hör Zu SHZE 186 [Tylko w Stereo] West Germany
    Import from West Germany

    Artist: THE BEATLES featuring TONY SHERIDAN & GUESTS
    Title:
    A) SIDE
    1) AIN’T SHE SWEET
    2) CRY FOR A SHADOW
    B) SIDE
    1) MY BONNIE
    2) IF YOU LOVE ME BABY
    Country: YUGOSLAVIA
    Company: RTB

  2. annonymous mous who care

    Los Beatles!Amazing and cute.I am so …that so many people have culture amnesia….I still remember my first listening to their`s album and dancing and dream to have band.I was 9 and there were no ism in air:)

  3. Robert Nemecek

    This is not very accurate information by pinio65, since I remember these times quite well, being born in 1949 and living in Belgrade. First, Help EP was never legitimate import and it was never on sale in the regular record shops, but in “commissions”, shops where everybody was able to put on sale his/her private belongings. Help! was extremely popular song because of the movie that was in the theaters, but no way that there were many copies sold because French Eps were never cheap, compared to German Odeon singles. Same goes to German Revolver LP, I have never seen it in any shop In Yugoslavia ever!
    And Let It Be was released by Yugoton together with the big book at the price of the regular LP!

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