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Please Please Me / Ask Me Why, VJ-498 (Misspelled).

Published February 15th, 2010

Please Please Me / Ask Me Why, Vee-Jay VJ-498. February 20, 1963. All variations of Vee-Jay Beatles records pressed in 1963, as well as many pressed in 1964, have the initials “RA” and the master number hand etched and Audio Matrix Logo machine stamped in their trail off areas. All three variations of the misspelled “BEATTLES” stock copies were manufactured with metal parts sent to the three different regional pressing plants on the same day, it makes little sense to claim that any one of these discs was released prior to the other two. All three misspelled variations are original issue records.

1. This record has thin silver lettering on a black label with oval logo and outer rim colorband. The initials “ARP” appear in script in the trail off areas, indicating that this record was pressed by ARP.

2. Record has thick silver lettering on a black label with oval logo and outer rim colorband. The MR symbol symbol machine stamped in the trail off areas indicate that this disc was pressed by Monarch Records. The trail off areas also contain the job numbers 46527 hand etched on the A side and 46527-X on the side B.

3. Although record has the same colorband oval logo label. These include a “#” symbol preceding the recor number, the words “VOCAL” and “TIME” and the publishing information entirely in capital letters, the songwriter credits in microprint and the lack of a pressing plant logo in the trail off areas. It has been determined that this variation was manufactured by Southern Plastics.

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