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The Beatles - The Beatles (White Album) - 1970ies US Apple label 2LP Set - Still Sealed

€ 200
ArtistThe Beatles
TitleThe Beatles (White Album) - 1970ies US Apple label 2LP Set - Still Sealed
Price € 200
GenreROCK
Format2LP
Record labelCapitol Records
Catalogue noSWBO-101
CountryUSA
Year of release197?
GradingStill Factory Sealed
Stock listThe Beatles
Additional infoRare 70s US Capitol label 30-track double LP issue of The Beatles phenomenal 1968 effort.

Vinyl is issued on the either orange or purple company label between 1976 and 1983 - complete with fold-out lyric/picture poster & four 11" x 8" photographs - everything housed in a gatefold picture sleeve with 'The Beatles' in grey print on the front.

This copy has been factory sealed from new - shrinkwrapping has breathing holes and features the original store sales tag.

Vinyls are as such unused and supposed to be mint.
Shrinkwrapping has been torn in the upper left front and upper right back. The unprotected area on back has light age discolouration. Same feature has a couple of the back breathing holes.
Cover is otherwise supreme - a very slight top opening bend caused by the tight shrink - but otherwise neat - would be close to near mint/excellent if not sealed.

Tracklisting:

Side 1:
1. Back In The U.S.S.R.
2. Dear Prudence
3. Glass Onion
4. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
5. Wild Honey Pie
6. The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill
7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison)
8. Happiness Is A Warm Gun

Side 2:
9. Martha My Dear
10. Im So Tired
11. Blackbird
12. Piggies (George Harrison)
13. Rocky Raccoon
14. Don't Pass Me By (Richard Starkey)
15. Why Don't We Do It In The Road
16. I Will
17. Julia

Side 3:
18. Birthday
19. Yer Blues
20. Mother Nature's Son
21. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me & My Monkey
22. Sexy Sadie
23. Helter Skelter
24. Long Long Long (George Harrison)

Side 4:
25. Revolution 1
26. Honey Pie
27. Savoy Truffle (George Harrison)
28. Cry Baby Cry
29. Revolution 9
30. Good Night

All songs written and composed by Lennon - McCartney, except where noted.
Recorded 30 May - 14 October 1968 at EMI and Trident Studios, London

Credits:
George Harrison - lead, harmony and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitars (electric and acoustic guitars), four and six-string bass guitars, Hammond organ, drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, hand shake bell, handclaps and vocal percussion) and sound effects
John Lennon - lead, harmony and backing vocals, lead and rhythm (electric and acoustic guitars), four and six-string bass guitar, acoustic and electric piano, Hammond organ, harmonium, mellotron, drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, maracas, handclaps and vocal percussion), harmonica, saxophone and whistling, tapes, tape loops and sound effects (electronic and home-made)
Paul McCartney - lead, harmony and backing vocals, lead and rhythm (electric and acoustic) guitars, four and six-string bass guitar, acoustic and electric piano, Hammond organ, timpani, tambourine, handclaps, vocal percussion, drums on "Back in the U.S.S.R." and "Dear Prudence", recorder, flugelhorn, sound effects
Ringo Starr - drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, bongos, cymbals, maracas, vocal percussion), electric piano and sleigh bell on "Don't Pass Me By", backing vocals on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill", lead vocals on "Don't Pass Me By" and "Good Night"
Additional musicians:
Eric Clapton - lead guitar on "While my Guitar Gently Weeps"
Mal Evans - backing vocals and handclaps on "Dear Prudence", handclaps on "Birthday",trumpet on "Helter Skelter"
Jack Fallon - violin on "Don't Pass Me By"
Pattie Harrison - backing vocals on "Birthday"
Jackie Lomax - backing vocals and handclaps on "Dear Prudence"
Maureen Starkey - backing vocals on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill"
Yoko Ono - backing vocals, brief lead vocals and handclaps on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill", backing vocals on "Birthday", speech, tapes and sound effects on "Revolution 9"

Session musicians:
Ted Barker - trombone on "Martha My Dear"
Leon Calvert - trumpet and flugelhorn on "Martha My Dear"
Henry Datyner, Eric Bowie, Norman Lederman, and Ronald Thomas - violin on "Glass Onion"
Bernard Miller, Dennis McConnell, Lou Soufier and Les Maddox - violin on "Martha My Dear"
Reginald Kilby - cello on "Glass Onion" and "Martha My Dear"
Eldon Fox - cello on "Glass Onion"
Frederick Alexander - cello on "Martha My Dear"
Harry Klein - saxophone on "Savoy Truffle" and "Honey Pie"
Dennis Walton, Ronald Chamberlain, Jim Chest, and Rex Morris - saxophone on "Honey Pie"
Raymond Newman and David Smith - clarinet on "Honey Pie"
Art Ellefson, Danny Moss, and Derek Collins - tenor sax on "Savoy Truffle"
Ronnie Ross and Bernard George - baritone sax on "Savoy Truffle"
Alf Reece - tuba on "Martha My Dear"
The Mike Sammes Singers - backing vocals on "Good Night"
Stanley Reynolds and Ronnie Hughes - trumpet on "Martha My Dear"
Tony Tunstall - French horn on "Martha My Dear"
John Underwood and Keith Cummings - viola on "Glass Onion"
Leo Birnbaum and Henry Myerscough - viola on "Martha My Dear"
Chris Thomas - Mellotron on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill", harpsichord on "Piggies", piano on "Long, Long, Long
Geoff Emerick - speech on "Revolution 9"
George Martin - string, brass, clarinet, orchestral arrangements and conducting, piano on "Rocky Raccoon"

Technical credits:
Chris Thomas - production
George Martin - Record production and mix
Ken Scott - engineer and mix
Geoff Emerick - engineer
Barry Sheffield - engineer (Trident Studio)