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Do You Want To Know A Secret / Thank You Girl, VJ-587.

Published February 15th, 2010

Do You Want To Know A Secret / Thank You Girl, Vee-Jay VJ-587. March 23, 1964. Record has thin silver lettering on a black label backdrop with an oval logo and an outer rim colorband. Its thin compressed type allows the A side’s long song title to appear on one line. The initials “URJ” are hand etched in the trail off areas of both sides. The trail off area on the A side has the master number 63-3191, followed by “-1”, and “T1”. The B side has the master number 31-3219, followed “-3” and “T1”. This record was manufactured by Columbia Records.

The single was released with a picture sleeve, which features hand-painted faces of the boys on black background with “The Beatles” in yellow, the record number and Vee-Jay brackets logo in grey and the song titles in white. The texture of the black paper used for the sleeve is similar to that of a paper back. The are straight cut (photo) and die insert tab version of the sleeve.

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