US Singles - Page 1 (A-C)

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Ain't She Sweet / Nobody's Child (w/Tony Sheridan)

Atco 6308
Released: July 6, 1964
Weeks on chart: 9
Highest chart position: 19

 

Label Variations:

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.01A - Bloomfield - Vocal by John Lennon to the left of the play hole - Publishing credits on side B are "Hill & Range, BMI" & "Arr. By Sheridan" - The Beatles in thin print

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.01B - Plastic Products - Vocal by John Lennon to the left of the play hole - Publishing credits on side B are "Hill & Range, BMI" & "Arr. By Sheridan" - The Beatles in thick print

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.01C - West coast Monarch  - Vocal by John Lennon UNDER "THE BEATLES" - Publishing credits on side B are "Hill & Range, BMI" & "Arr. By Sheridan" - The Beatles in medium print

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.02A - Bloomfield - Vocal by John Lennon to the left of the play hole - Publishing credits on side B are "Milens, ASCAP" & "Foree-Corbin" - The Beatles in thin print

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.02B - Plastic Products - Vocal by John Lennon to the left of the play hole - Publishing credits on side B are "Milens, ASCAP" & "Foree-Corbin" - The Beatles in thick print

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.02C - West coast Monarch - Vocal by John Lennon UNDER "THE BEATLES" - Publishing credits on side B are "Milens, ASCAP" & "Foree-Corbin"

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.DJ1A - PROMO COPY - Bloomfield Pressing - white label with the print "VOCAL BY JOHN LENNON" in small loosely spaced letters to the left of play hole - "The Beatles" are also in small loosely spaced letters

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.DJ1B - PROMO COPY - Plastic Products - white label with the print "VOCAL BY JOHN LENNON" in large print to the left of play hole - "The Beatles" are also in large letters.

7/6/1964 - Atco 6308.DJ1C - PROMO COPY - Plastic Products West coast Monarch pressing - white label with the print "VOCAL BY JOHN LENNON" is below the group's name - "The Beatles" are also in mid-sized letters.

1969 - Atco 6308.03R - This later release have different perimeter print - "Mfg. by Atlantic Recording Corp., 1841 Broadway, New York, N.Y." All known copies have drill holes

Re-issue

Ain't She Sweet / Sweet Georgia Brown (w/Tony Sheridan)

1983 - Atlantic Oldies Series OS-13243.01A - Gold & black label - re-issue of two previously released ATCO singles

1985 - Atlantic Oldies Series OS-13243.02A - Silver, black & red label - re-issue of two previously released ATCO singles

  

All My Loving / This Boy

Capitol 72144  (Canadian)
Released: 1971 (This record is a Capitol USA error)
 

Label Variations:

1971 - Capitol 72144.49  - RARE - This Canadian record version was mistakenly pressed in the USA by Capitol Records in 1971. The rim print reflects "A subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. USA" - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo white background - Jacksonville pressing - small print

 

 

 

East Coast

West Coast

All You Need Is Love / Baby, You're A Rich Man

Capitol 5964 
Released: July 20, 1967
Weeks on chart: 11
Highest chart position: 1

 

Label Variations:

7/20/1967 - Capitol 5964.01A(I) - East Coast - Missing comma in title on B side

7/20/1967 - Capitol 5964.01A(II) - East Coast - Has comma in title on B side

7/20/1967 - Capitol 5964.01B - West Coast 

7/20/1967 - Capitol P-5964 - Promo Issue

1968 - Capitol 5964.23 - Small print label - LA pressing - Orange & Yellow Swirl label with "ůSubsidiary of.." perimeter print with " * " machine stamped in trail off area

04/01/1969 - Capitol 5964.45 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo overprint - Scranton pressing - Atypical fonts

Early 1971 - Apple 5964 With Black Star

7/1/1971 - Apple 5964 

1/1/1975 - Apple 5964  - Apple label with "All Rights Reserved..." on label

12/1/1975 - Capitol 5964 - Orange Label - Mono Label

3/1/1978 - Capitol 5964 - Purple "MFD by..." Label 

11/30/1981 - Capitol A-6300 -  Blue Star Line label with "A" prefix and incorrect "stereo" printed on label

1981 - Capitol A-6300  -  Blue Star Line label with "X" prefix and correct "mono" printed on label

3/1/1986 - Capitol Star Line - X-6300 - Black Label - Rainbow Band

 

 

 

 

East Coast

East Coast

(with "And I Love Her" on top of "If I Fell" on the folded side)

West Coast

And I Love Her / If I Fell

                         

Capitol 5235 

Released: July 6, 1964

Weeks on chart: 9
Highest chart position: 19

 

 

Label Variations:

7/20/1964 - Capitol 5235.01A - East Coast with Unart Music Corp. & Maclen Music publishing credit

7/20/1964 - Capitol 5235.01B - West Coast with Unart Music Corp. & Maclen Music publishing credit

7/20/1964 - Capitol 5235.01B(i) - West Coast with Unart Music Corp. & Maclen Music publishing credit - This recently discovered label variation has song credits, time & record number spaced apart with a line in between each

7/20/1964 - Capitol 5235.02A - East Coast with Maclen Music publishing credit only

7/20/1964 - Capitol 5235.02B - West Coast with Maclen Music publishing credit only

1968 - Capitol 5235.23s - Small print label - Scranton pressing - Orange & Yellow Swirl label with "ůSubsidiary of.." perimeter print with Audio Matrix machine stamp in trail off area

4/1/1969 - Capitol 5235.34 - Red & Orange Target label with dome logo - Scranton pressing - Small print label

4/1/1969 - Capitol 5235.44 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo overprint - Scranton pressing - Small print

Early 1971 - Capitol 5235.48 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo white background - LA pressing - wide font

Early 1971 - Capitol 5235.49 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo white background - Scranton pressing - Small print

Early 1971 - Apple 5235 With Black Star

7/1/1971 - Apple 5235

1975 - Apple 5235 - Apple label with "All Rights Reserved..." on label

12/1/1975 - Capitol 6283 - Orange label - Mono Version

3/1/1978 - Capitol 5235 - Purple "MFD by..." Label 

11/30/1981 - Capitol A-6283  - Blue Star Line label with "A" prefix and incorrect "stereo" printed on label

1981 - Capitol X-6283  - Blue Star Line label with "X" prefix and correct "mono" printed on label

3/1/1986 - Capitol Star Line X-6283 - Black Starline label with colorband

5/1/1988 - Capitol 6283 - Purple Star Line  - "Manufactured by.." Label

Want to see The Beatles perform And I Love Her? Click the Windows Media button. It is a large file so please be patient >

Want to see The Beatles perform If I Fell? Click the Windows Media button. It is a large file so please be patient >

 

And I Love Her / Ringo's Theme (This Boy)

 

                                    

United Artists 745 
Released: 1964

Weeks on chart: 
Highest chart position: 

 

 

Label Variations:

7/20/1964 - United Artist 745.DJ1A - White label "DJ" promo Bridgeport pressing - "George Martin & His Orch." on one line.

7/20/1964 - United Artist 745.DJ1B - White label "DJ" promo Terre Haute pressing - "George Martin & His Orch." on one line.

7/20/1964 - United Artist 745.01A - Bridgeport pressing - "George Martin & His Orch." on one line in small print

7/20/1964 - United Artist 745.01B - Terre Haute pressing - "George Martin & His Orch." on one line in large print

7/20/1964 - United Artist 745.01C - Monarch pressing - "George Martin" on one line and "And His Orchestra" on line below

1966  - United Artist 1650.01 - Bridgeport black label with silver print - "Silver Spotlight Series" across the top with circles underneath

1970  - United Artist 1650.03 - Bridgeport gray label with "UA" logo left of center hole - "Silver Spotlight Series" also left of center hole running vertical

 

 

East Coast

 

West Coast

Ballad Of John And Yoko / Old Brown Shoe

Apple 2531
Released: June 4,  1969 
Weeks on chart: 9
Highest chart position: 8

Label Variations:

6/4/1969 - Apple 2531.01L(c) - LA pressing - Light green Apple label - Capitol logo perimeter print

/4/1969 - Apple 2531.01L(af) - LA pressing (later variation) - Light green Apple label - with Apple perimeter print on A side

6/4/1969 - Apple 2531.01S-c - Scranton pressing - Glossy dark green label with Capitol logo perimeter print

6/4/1969 - Apple 2531.02S-c - Scranton pressing - Glossy dark green label with Capitol logo perimeter print - Stereo to the left of the center hole

1975 - Apple 2531 - Apple label with "All Rights Reserved..." on label

3/1/1978 - Capitol 2531 - Purple "MFD by..." Label 

July 1983 - Capitol 2531 - Black Label - Rainbow Band 

5/1/1988 - Capitol 2531 - Purple "Manufactured by..." Label

 

 

Boys / Kansas City

         

                

 

Capitol 6066 
Released: October 11, 1965

Weeks on chart: 
Highest chart position: 

 

Label Variations:

10/11/1965 - Capital 6066.01A - Green Star Line

1971 - Capitol 6066.49 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo white background -  Jacksonville pressing - small print

Canadian -  Capital Starline 6066 - Tan label Star Line

 

 

Can't Buy Me Love / You Can't Do That

                                                                                            

Capitol 5150
Released: March 16, 1964
Weeks on chart: 10
Highest chart position: 1

 

Label Variations:

3/16/1964 - Capitol 5150.01A - East Coast - "Northern Songs Limited" is listed as publishing credits

3/16/1964 - Capitol 5150.01A - East Coast - "Northern Songs Music LTD." is listed as publishing credits

3/16/1964 - Capitol 5150.02B - West Coast 

1968 - Capitol 5150.23s - Small print label - Scranton pressing - Orange & Yellow Swirl label with "ůSubsidiary of.." perimeter print with Audio Matrix machine stamp in trail off area

4/1/1969 - Capitol 5150.44 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo overprint - Scranton pressing - Small print labels

4/1/1969 - Capitol 5150 Target label-both labels read You Can't Do That

Early 1971 - Capitol 5150.49 - Red & Orange Target label with "C" logo white background - Scranton pressing - Small print

Early 1971 - Apple 5150 With Black Star

7/1/1971 - Apple 5150

1975 - Apple 5150 - Apple label with "All Rights Reserved..." on label

1976 - Capitol 5150 - Orange label

3/1/1978 - Capitol 5150.78 - Purple "MFD by..." Label 

11/30/1981 - Capitol A-6279.81(A)(S) - Blue Star Line label with "A" prefix and incorrect "stereo" printed on label

1981 - Capitol A-6279.81(A)(M) - Blue Star Line label with "A" prefix and correct "mono" printed on label

1981 - Capitol X-6279(X)(M) - Blue Star Line label with "X" prefix and correct "mono" printed on label

July 1983 - Capitol Star Line A-6279 - Black Label - Rainbow Band

5/1/1988 - Capitol Starline 6279 - Purple Star Line - "Manufactured by..." Label

 

Want to see The Beatles perform Can't Buy Me Love? Click the Windows Media button. It is a large file so please be patient >

 

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