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Beatles Memorabilia?
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meanmistermustard

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2 September 2012 - 9.57pm

The red apple is back on the back of the Let It Be reissue of 2009. Anyone know if its a red apple on the actual cd?

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris) 

"Don't make your love suffer insecurities; Trade the baggage of "self" to set another one free" ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)

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SatanHimself
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2 September 2012 - 10.10pm

Nope, it's green, like the original UK version.

 

The red apple was only for the U.S., I believe.  I can't speak for Canadian copies, because we mirrored so many U.S. releases.  But since United Artists had the film rights for the U.S., they also had the distribution rights as well.  They made the apple red to mark the distinction from Capitol releases.

 

I guess I'm getting ahead of myself for my Class Project thread, but I saw it at a super-cool local record boutique, and I knew if I didn't buy it now I wouldn't see another one for a while.

 

And YES!  They also had the mono 'Ram'!  I've had the mono bootleg forever, but once I saw the ratty-sleeved 180g limited numbered remaster, I knew it was to be mine...  The differences aren't all that massive, but it's a nice piece of post-Beatles history.

E is for 'Ergent'.

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SatanHimself
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2 September 2012 - 10.17pm

And I just looked at my vinyl, and it's signed "Phil & Ronnie" in the runout groove.  I love stuff like that.

E is for 'Ergent'.

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meanmistermustard

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2 September 2012 - 10.26pm

If it was only the red apple for the US market why is it on my copy of the let it be cd? That wasnt a US release.

 

Why cant the Beatles, EMI & Apple do things simply instead of creating all these ifs, buts, why's and what the heck's to drive us mad?

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris) 

"Don't make your love suffer insecurities; Trade the baggage of "self" to set another one free" ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)

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mr. Sun king coming together
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2 September 2012 - 11.00pm

meanmistermustard said

If it was only the red apple for the US market why is it on my copy of the let it be cd? That wasnt a US release.

 

Why cant the Beatles, EMI & Apple do things simply instead of creating all these ifs, buts, why's and what the heck's to drive us mad?

That one has nothing to do with United Artists… in 1979 Capitol got the rights to A Hard Day's Night and Let It Be, and anyways it wasn't a US release. It's so insignificant, but I want to know the answer now.

As if it matters how a man falls down.'

'When the fall's all that's left, it matters a great deal.

jimliston
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3 September 2012 - 3.10pm

Great topic!

Collecting Beatles memorabilia has been a way to capture great memories for me.  I’ve been a Beatles fan for years and have enjoyed collecting their music and all of the memorabilia that was a large part of the experience.  Seltaeb licensed over 150 different items internationally:dolls, scarves, mugs, bath water, wigs, t-shirts, bubble gum, licorice, empty cans of ‘Beatle Breath’, badges, and many more.

Here is a link to my website with pictures of some of my collection:
http://jimsgotweb.com/beatles-.....emorabilia

Also, visit my Beatles Blog Carnival
http://jimsgotweb.com/beatles-carnival/

 

Jim

Visit my Beatles Blog Carnival that's updated monthly.
http://beatlesblogcarnival.com

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Dipsy
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27 September 2012 - 4.02am

I found and purchased my first John vinyl, Mind Games, from a local antique shop over the weekend! It was an exciting moment in the life of Dipsy, I must say. a-hard-days-night-george-10

My Beatles and solo-Beatles record collection is slowly growing. ahdn_george_08 As of now, I have:

1) London Town by Paul McCartney and Wings

2) At the Speed of Sound by Paul McCartney and Wings

3) Pipes Of Peace by Paul McCartney

4) A 45 of the "Live And Let Die" single by Paul McCartney and Wings

5) A 45 of the "Uncle Albert/ Admiral Halsey" single by Paul McCartney and Wings

6) Mind Games by John Lennon

7) Magical Mystery Tour by The Beatles

As you can see, I have far better luck finding Paul stuff. I suppose I could technically buy records that I don't have off of Amazon or something, but you just can't beat the rush of unveiling an original Beatles vinyl at a hole-in-the-wall antique shop. a-hard-days-night-paul-11 One of life's little pleasures.

"I'm not going to change the way I look or the way I feel to conform to anything. I've always been a freak. So I've been a freak all my life and I have to live with that, you know? I'm just one of those people."

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SatanHimself
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27 September 2012 - 4.26am

I spot the occasional Red or Blue Album in my thrift store excursions, myself.  The 70s & 80s hits and theme collections pop up every now and then, but my personal victory was finding a vintage White Album.  It's an unnumbered Apple label version, and the outside cover has pen tracings around the embossing, as well as the boys' names in bubble-lettered ballpoint ink on the back.

 

It cost me a dollar and it sounds like it was never played.

E is for 'Ergent'.

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annab93
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27 September 2012 - 4.37am

Wow, all this is so cool! I wish I had actual memorabilia rather than just CDs. But they may be considered memorabilia soon anyways. I'll have to go hunting when I go home on a break, that's where I found a CD copy of With The Beatles. Vinyl hunting will definitely be next when I have the opportunity!

You make your own dream.

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fabfouremily
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27 September 2012 - 5.16pm

I love the whole experience of buying records. The smell that hits you when you first walk into a crammed shop full of vinyl. Bliss. (Smells similar to a carpeted library, which I also love the smell of). The searching through dozens and dozens of them until you find one that you quite like. Maybe getting the store owner to play it while you look for some more (only nice ones do that though). Much better than buying a CD off of the internet.

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

(Passover - I. Curtis)

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Von Bontee
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27 September 2012 - 7.22pm

And I just looked at my vinyl, and it's signed "Phil & Ronnie" in the runout groove.  I love stuff like that.

Phil & Ronnie?? Not "Spector", surely?

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!"
-- Paul McCartney

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mr. Sun king coming together
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27 September 2012 - 10.27pm

As in the Spectors, yes. Phil had them put that in the run out groove of all original pressings.

As if it matters how a man falls down.'

'When the fall's all that's left, it matters a great deal.

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Von Bontee
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27 September 2012 - 10.52pm

Just to irritate Paul, eh? What a character!

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!"
-- Paul McCartney

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MKR
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28 September 2012 - 5.46pm

I got a couple cool items.  Aside from the usual stuff like CD's, books, t shirts, etc.  Some of the stuff i really value include an early hardcover 2nd or 3rd print of John's in his own write, a Corgi made die cast yellow submarine, a set of the mcfarlane yellow submarice figures and some cool records including a copy of Ringo with the book and some interesting Dutch records.

 

Actually while we're on this topic i'm thinking of picking up a set of 1964 bobbleheads off ebay.  There's a couple options i'm looking at one of which i think is pretty cheap except that George is missing the back of his head and is unattached from the rest of his body.  I can glue it though and it should still look presentable from the front.

 

I live in Toronto, and there used to be an incredible store here called the Beatlemania shoppe.  The guy had everything at a time when you couldn't buy much beatles memorabilia at all.  He used to float around and move locations and i'm pretty sure he's closed up shop a number of years ago, but man that store was like a wonderland.

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beatlejim55
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2 October 2012 - 5.27pm

I have everything from a pair of Lennon's owned and worn pants...one of his owned and worn t-shirts...a hat he wore in Bermuda in 1980...a pair of his long john pants from 1970 from Denmark...his bathtowels from Kenwood...one of his mantle clocks from the Dakota...a tiki figure owned by Lennon...one of his radical newspapers from 1972...a guitar pic used by McCartney in 1976...a water bottle used by Macca in 1989...a guitar case that was used by George...a dark horse records promo shirt that belonged to George...a pair of Ringo's used drumsticks from 2000...a silk necktie that was owned and worn and signed by Ringo...a inch 15 splash cymbal that was used by Ringo...books that belonged to Stu Sutcliffe...Sutcliffe sketches...handwritten poetry from Sutcliffe...a Sutcliffe signature...autographs...(together & solo)...bedsheet swatches from the 1964 US tour...(Boston...NYC...Detroit...Kansas City...San Fran...and Cincinnati in 1966)...4 different displays of hair...a handwritten "to do"list from John Lennon from 1980...a handwritten letter from McCartney in April 1970...signed receipts from George in 1966...a signed Parlophone Records promo card from late 1962...a signed'Paperback Writer/Rain" picture sleeve from Ringo...some of Lennon's silver ware from Kenwood...and my list goes on...

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Zig
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2 October 2012 - 8.46pm

a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Ho...Lee...Crap

A most impressive list to say the least. What intrigues me most is "handwritten poetry from Sutcliffe…a Sutcliffe signature…".

A. How did you ever procure these?

B. How were they authenticated?

To the fountain of perpetual mirth, Let it roll for all its worth.

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goodbyehello
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2 October 2012 - 9.44pm

BeatleJim55- I saw that Dark Horse tee shirt you own on Collectors Weekly- very cool!

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beatlejim55
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2 October 2012 - 11.39pm

Hey Zig...The Sutcliffe poetry was taken from one of his Hamburg journals from 1960 that came up for auction...I've dealt with the major auction houses...the signature was clipped from one of Stu's workbooks at the Liverpool College Of Art. My Lennon pants come from Sotheby's...the Lennon hat from Christie's..Lennon's towels are also from Christie's...etc.I deal with Frank Caiazzo...Paul Wane of TRACKS...and others.My major items come from the auction houses...the other items come from some of the best memorabilia dealers in the US and the UK...

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MKR
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3 October 2012 - 3.12am

ummm.... yeah that sounds OK beatlejim. 

 

Not quite as cool as my in his own write copy, but it's OK i guess.a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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beatlejim55
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3 October 2012 - 3.31pm

Hey MKR...Glad you approve.I know Pete...the guy who had the Beatlemania shoppe...known him for years...I've done several of his shows up there in Canada...nice guy...

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