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Release December 12, 1969. ‘No One’s Gonna Change Our World‘ is a charity album released in the UK for the benefit of the World Wildlife Fund. The compilation was put together by comedian Spike Milligan. It includes two tracks from Milligan and one from his Goon Show castmate Harry Secombe. It features liner notes by Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The album is largely known by fans of The Beatles as the first release of the song ‘Across the Universe’ – the title of the album comes from a line in this song, “Nothing’s gonna change my world“. It was also the first release of the Hollies song ‘Wings’, one of the last songs they did with Graham Nash in early 1968.
Classical EMI 60s front laminated sleeve with three flaps on back side. Record housed in custom EMI plain paper inner sleeve.
Blue labels with black prints, and with Regal & Starline logos. Matrix numbers: Side One: SRS 5013 A-1, Side Two: SRS 5013 B-1.
Release April 26, 1984. This custom-pressed album is available only at the Cavern Club in Mathew Street, Liverpool and was produced for the club by EMI to celebrate its rebuilding and the re-opening on 26 April 1984. This album almost could be called The Greatest Hits of Merseybeat, as it contain some of the most famous recordings to emerge from that area. Besides The Beatles tracks that are featured on side two, it also includes other Merseybeat artists such as Gerry and The Pacemakers and Cilla Black. One of the other interesting aspects of this album is the inclusion of sleeve notes written by Tony Barrow who wrote the sleeve notes for a number of The Beatles’ early albums and EPs. Producers: George Martin and Walter J.Ridley.
Unlaminated sleeve has a printed white sticker with red banner: “The Cavern” and red text: “Exclusively Available From The Cavern”, on the front side. In the upper right corner is a large blue-and-white banner The Cavern. Design sleeve: Shoot That Tiger.
Black labels with two white-black EMI logos and silver print, and with silver banners CAVERN on the right sides. “ALL RIGHTS OF THE PRODUCER…” printed at the start perimeter print. Importantly, around the 11 ‘o’ clock position in the rimtext the wording is: “…UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE, BROADCASTING, COPYING AND HIRING…”. Instead, added “MANUFACTURED IN THE UK BY EMI RECORDS LIMITED” text at the end of the perimeter print. Matrix numbers: Side One: CAV 1A-1-1-1, Side Two: CAV 1B-1-1-1. Near the matrix numbers clearly visible stamps Penthouse.
Pop Party!, Polydor Special 236 517/8/9, 1968. Various Artists 3LP Box Set. With Beatles, Bee Gees, Who, Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger, Cream, Amboy Dukes, Jimi Hendrix, Normie Rowe, Blossom Toes, Fairport Convention, Crazy World Of Arthur Brown and other. Compilation include “Ain’t She Sweet” (Record 2, Side 2) and “Cry For A Shadow” (Record 3, Side 2).
Cardboard box were manufactured by Ernest J. Day & Co.
Red labels with black half-circle logos. The label lists the artists as THE BEATLES. Philips pressing. Matrix numbers: Record 1: Side 1: 236517 A//1 420; Side 2: 236517 B1//420; Record 2: Side 1: 236518 A//1 420; Side 2: 236518 B//1 420; Record 3: Side 1: 236519 A//2 420; Side 2: 236519 B//3 420