The Beatles & Frank Ifield
One of the rarest and most valuable of all the Beatles albums ever issued.
- “Portrait” cover – sealed – valued around $20,000.
- “Portrait” cover – mint condition – valued around $7,000.00 in 1997
Introducing the Beatles
On July 22, 1963, Vee Jay Records released what was the first Beatles’ album in America.
- Blank back – Mint condition – valued around $1,200.00 in 1997
- Brackets Label – Mint condition – valued around $1,500.00 in 1997
Songs, Pictures, and Stories of the Beatles
Remained on the Billboard LP chart until January 9, 1965.
- Sealed – valued around $2,500.00in 1997
Hear The Beatles Tell All
In Los Angeles on August 24th & 25th, 1964, Jim Steck interviewed John, and Dave Hull interviewed all four Beatles. It is these interviews that are heard here.
- Sealed – valued around $1,000.00 in 1997
Slippin’ and Slidin’
John Lennon recorded a cover version of Little Richard’s 1956 song Slippin’ And Slidin’ for his Rock ‘N’ Roll album. It ws recorded in late 1974 and released the following year.
- Mint+ condition – valued around $300.00 in 1997
Magical Mystery Tour
This is the title of two different 1967 record releases, an LP and a double EP, both of which include the six-song soundtrack to the television movie of the same name. The soundtrack was a critical and commercial success, bing Grammy nominated and a number-one album in the US, despite the relative critical and commercial failure of the Magical Mystery Tour film.
- Mint- condition – valued around $400.00 in 1997
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