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Yesterday / I Should Have Known Better, Parlophone R 6013.

Published December 19th, 2011

1. First pressing, March 5, 1976. The records were housed in green generic pictures sleeves. These singles were included in the “The Beatles’ Singles Collection 1962-1970″ box set (BS-24), which was released March 6. These pressings were housed in original top-opening sleeve with green front and pictures back.

Black label with silver EMI logo and silver print. “THE EMI RECORDS LTD…” printed at the start perimeter print and “MADE IN GT BRITAIN” printed at the end of the perimeter print. The publishing year was printed on the label, as “(p) 1965″. Matrix numbers: Side A: 7YCE 21783-1, Side B: 7YCE 21784-1.

2. Second pressing, December 6, 1982. From “The Beatles Singles Collection” blue box set (BSCP-1). These pressings have original top-opening pictures sleeve.

Same black label with silver EMI logo and silver print. “THE EMI RECORDS LTD…” printed at the start perimeter print and “MADE IN GT BRITAIN” printed at the end of the perimeter print. The publishing year was printed on the label, as “(p) 1965″. Matrix numbers: Side A: 7YCE 21783-1, Side B: 7YCE 21784-1.

3. Third pressing beginning of the 90s. The final pressing has silver label with black textur print and logo. Rimtext embossed on the trail off area. The rimtext wording is: “UNAUTHORISED COPYING, HIRING, RENTING, PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND BROADCASTING…”. Housed in original plain black die-cut sleeve.

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