Japan & some other asian countries used red vinyl for a lot of their records, always wondered why they rarely did that in the States.]]>
If I get time I'll query it with the forum plugin people.]]>
When I went to another topic to reply to a post, it wouldn't let me. At the top it told me I had to be logged in to post. Any idea on what may be happening?
Finally...access! Wooo Hoooo Please see my post in the topic ' Hey Joe ' about EU numbers. Thanks.
That is an interesting fact about how many were printed.
' I don't know if that makes yours valuable.'......I would suppose that the end of a sale on Ebay would probably show that.
I really appreciate all that you have found out. I always knew it was an oddball. One guy, many years ago, offered me $50 for it ( which is about $35 GBP ), I had to refuse it, knowing, just maybe, it might be more than that. Hey, my luck, I might ...]]>
Apparently the records were printed in small quantities of around 500-1,000, making them hard to come by. I don't know if that makes yours valuable.]]>
Yes, my brother was up at the DMZ in South Korea at the time.
Skye, it was I who wrote on the jacket. Didn't give it much thought at the time.
Here the Abbey Road album that I also got at the same time frame.The back cover was untouched, but look at the ad-libbing they did on the front cover. The AR album never had the large block letters on any of it's cover, did it? I never could find one, at least looking at eBay.
Speaking of eBay,
The label says 1970, so it's not an original pressing. Other than that I don't have a lot of info on Korean (South, I presume) Beatles releases - I might be able to do some research, but I don't have the sources to hand.
I suspect Skye is correct and it's a bootleg, but I couldn't tell you for sure. I've never been much of a Beatles collector, beyond the original UK pressings - there are so many variations worldwide, including unofficial ...]]>
Ok, here is a link to the inside cover/ right side above the 4 pictures. Two Virgins / Close up / inside left cover..see where the ' SR ' of USSR was blocked out at time of printing. Record company label on front cover. Side three label on record, look at the bands name. Not from heat...maybe a little more glue would ahve been nice? lol
So, how many here have ever seen this cover / album? Surprising though, it ...]]>