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Hey Jude, Parlophone P-CPCS 106.

Published July 10th, 2010

Release 1970. Full laminated sleeve with Parlophone logo on the back side or Apple sleeve with gold Parlophone sticker on the back side. Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.

1. First pressing, 1970. Black & silver Parlophone labels with one boxed EMI logo. Matrix numbers: Side 1: YEEX 150-1; Side 2: YEEX 151-1. White inner sleeve (patent #1125555 “Made In England”).

Decca contract pressing. Very limited edition was produced in a factory of Decca Records under a contract with EMI. This pressing has the most promiment groove, which is a typical characteristic of Decca LP presses is approximately 31mm out from the centre hole and 15mm in from the edge of the label.

2-3. Second and third pressings, 1970 and 1971-1973. Second and third pressings of the Hey Jude has full laminated sleeve with Apple logo on the back side and record with dark green Apple label (2nd press) and light green Apple label (3rd press). See Apple editions.

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