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Beatles Vinyl Collection

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Published on May 6, 2011

My 45 and LP Beatles collection.

45's:
2009 Record Day Parlophone Paperback Writer/Rain Stereo
Original Get Back/Don't Let Me Down Stereo
(Forgot to put in video) 80's Starline Mono Eight Days a Week/I Don't Want to Spoil the Party

LPs:
1964 Introducing...the Beatkes (Mono)
1978 Purple Label Meet the Beatles (Stereo)
Apple Label The Beatles Second Album (Stereo)
Sunrise 1970's reissue United Artist A Hard Days Night (Stereo)
1980's reissue Beatles 65 (Stereo)
1965 Original Early Beatles (Mono)
1965 Original Rubber Soul (Stereo)
1978 Purple Label Revolver (Stereo)
1967 Original Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Stereo)
1970's Orange Label Magical Mystery Tour (Stereo) booklet
197? Apple Label White Album (Stereo)
1969 original Apple Label Abbey Road (Stereo)
1970 Original Red Apple Label Let it Be (Stereo)
197? Red Album (Stereo/Mono Mix)
1978 Blue Album, French Blue Vinyl Pressing (Stereo)

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Comments • 74

Tyler Smith
I may just get the boxset because it will be cheaper than if i got em all individually.
Philip Aerts
the Beatles Parlophone and Apple catalogue re-releases on 180 gram VINYL are being released November 16 2012 internationally. Next year, I believe the Mono VINYL box set will be released and available individually too. I want to get my hands on Sgt Pepper, Revolver, the White Album ( on Apple) and possibly Rubber Soul. Those are my 4 all time favorites. Abbey road is my 5th favorite.
Philip Aerts
Good news TJ Smith! The 2012 Beatles remasters on Vinyl are being released internationally on November 16, 2012. Can't wait! It will be Please Please Me through to Let it Be as well as Past Masters. The Capitol releases are more precious in a way because they are long out of print and are now collectibles, even the later 1970's and 1980's re-releases are collectibles. 
Tyler Smith
I found it in a dollar bin. The shop owner didn't have time to sort the box out and he just slapped a dollar sign on the bin. Probably would have sold it for 12 bucks.
Ruben Ruiz
wow you got these cheap, how much did you get that sgt peppers for?
Tyler Smith
Priceless...I wouldn't give em up for the world.Most of my collection I picked up for between 8 - 12 dollars an album. Some around 20-25 dollars. Some are worth more than what I got them for. They still sell vinyl records and still have record shops. The media of vinyl isn't dead...they still make em...even Beatles Albums. If you live near a city you should be able to find Beatles albums for sale in one of these shops. Make sure you do you research to determine reissues and pressings. 
Octávio Maia
Hello. I am 16 and I really love old music. My grandfather has a vinyl player that i love to hear. I would like to buy some Beatles albums, I really love them. What is the estimated value of that collection?
Tyler Smith
Thanks mate
oboeman123
Great collection...I know it has grown a lot since then. Keep up the great work!
Tyler Smith
Okay...well. The retro colorband (Which is rainbow) has the copyright/company writing in the colorband itself and not in the black. Original colorbands have a flat look to them where there retro ones are more shiny. Originals are usually thicker/heavier vinyl as well. Another way to check is by the jacket the LP came in. If the jacket is a paste on cover it is most likely original (Only Abbey Road wasn't a paste on cover). Want to send me images I can date them for you.
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