Details about The Beatles, The White Album or The Beatles, 1968, Vinyl LP Record, ExcellentSee original listing
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17 Feb, 2015 07:46:08 AEDST
Morwell, Victoria, Australia
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An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewellery case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“It is important to see the description for full condition details.”|
|Speed:||33 RPM||Record Grading:||Excellent (EX)|
|Record Size:||12"||Sleeve Grading:||Very Good (VG)|
The Beatles, The White Album or The Beatles, 1968, Vinyl LP Record, Excellent
1968, Apple Records, PCSO 7067-8, 22 Nov 1968; Genre: Rock, Beat, Psychedelic Rock
Records in excellent (as new) condition, cover is good with slight marking as one would expect on all white card, insert and individual original photos of the fab 4 are in excellent condition.
Includes booklet insert with lyrics, and the 4 photos that originally shipped with the album in near mint condition.
All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted in brackets ( ).
Title - Lead vocals - Length
Back in the U.S.S.R. - McCartney - 2:43
Dear Prudence - Lennon - 3:56
Glass Onion - Lennon - 2:17
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da - McCartney - 3:08
Wild Honey Pie - McCartney - 0:52
The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill - Lennon - 3:14
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - (George Harrison) Harrison - 4:45
Happiness Is a Warm Gun Lennon 2:43
Martha My Dear - McCartney - 2:28
I'm So Tired - Lennon - 2:03
Blackbird - McCartney - 2:18
Piggies - (Harrison) - Harrison - 2:04
Rocky Raccoon - McCartney - 3:33
Don't Pass Me By - (Richard Starkey) - Starr - 3:51
Why Don't We Do It in the Road? - McCartney - 1:41
I Will - McCartney - 1:46
Julia - Lennon - 2:54
Birthday - McCartney and Lennon - 2:42
Yer Blues - Lennon - 4:01
Mother Nature's Son - McCartney - 2:48
Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey - Lennon - 2:24
Sexy Sadie - Lennon - 3:15
Helter Skelter - McCartney - 4:29
Long, Long, Long - (Harrison) - Harrison - 3:04
Revolution 1 - Lennon - 4:15
Honey Pie - McCartney - 2:41
Savoy Truffle - (Harrison) - Harrison - 2:54
Cry Baby Cry - Lennon, with McCartney - 3:02
Revolution 9 - Speaking from Lennon, Harrison, George Martin and Yoko Ono - 8:22
Good Night - Starr - 3:13
John Lennon - lead, harmony and background vocals; acoustic, lead, bass and rhythm guitars; keyboards (electric and acoustic pianos, Hammond organ, harmonium and mellotron); extra drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, maracas, cymbals, thumping on the back of an acoustic guitar, handclaps and vocal percussion); harmonica, whistling and saxophone; tapes, tape loops and sound effects (electronic and home-made)
Paul McCartney - lead, harmony and background vocals; acoustic, lead, rhythm and bass guitars; keyboards (electric and acoustic pianos and Hammond organ); assorted percussion (timpani, tambourine, cowbell, hand shake bell, handclaps, foot taps and vocal percussion); drums (on "Back in the U.S.S.R." and "Dear Prudence"); recorder and flugelhorn; sound effects
George Harrison - lead, harmony and background vocals; acoustic, rhythm, bass and lead guitars; Hammond organ; extra drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, handclaps and vocal percussion) and sound effects
Ringo Starr - drums and assorted percussion (tambourine, bongos, cymbals, maracas and vocal percussion); electric piano and sleigh bell (on "Don't Pass Me By"), lead vocals (on "Don't Pass Me By" and "Good Night") and backing vocals ("The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill")
Eric Clapton - lead guitar on "While my Guitar Gently Weeps"
Mal Evans - backing vocals and handclaps on "Dear Prudence", handclaps on "Birthday", trumpet on "Helter Skelter"
Jack Fallon - violin on "Don't Pass Me By"
Grant Mansell - drums on "Martha My Dear"
Pattie Harrison - backing vocals on "Birthday"
Jackie Lomax - backing vocals and handclaps on "Dear Prudence"
Maureen Starkey - backing vocals on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill"
Yoko Ono - backing vocals, brief lead vocals and handclaps on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill", backing vocals on "Birthday", speech, tapes and sound effects on "Revolution 9"
Ted Barker - trombone on "Martha My Dear"
Leon Calvert - trumpet and flugelhorn on "Martha My Dear"
Henry Datyner, Eric Bowie, Norman Lederman, and Ronald Thomas - violin on "Glass Onion"
Bernard Miller, Dennis McConnell, Lou Soufier and Les Maddox - violin on "Martha My Dear"
Reginald Kilby - cello on "Glass Onion" and "Martha My Dear"
Eldon Fox - cello on "Glass Onion"
Frederick Alexander - cello on "Martha My Dear"
Harry Klein - saxophone on "Savoy Truffle" and "Honey Pie"
Dennis Walton, Ronald Chamberlain, Jim Chest, and Rex Morris - saxophone on "Honey Pie"
Raymond Newman and David Smith - clarinet on "Honey Pie"
Art Ellefson, Danny Moss, and Derek Collins - tenor sax on "Savoy Truffle"
Ronnie Ross and Bernard George - baritone sax on "Savoy Truffle"
Alf Reece - tuba on "Martha My Dear"
The Mike Sammes Singers - backing vocals on "Good Night"
Stanley Reynolds and Ronnie Hughes - trumpet on "Martha My Dear"
Tony Tunstall - French horn on "Martha My Dear"
John Underwood and Keith Cummings - viola on "Glass Onion"
Leo Birnbaum and Henry Myerscough - viola on "Martha My Dear"
Geoff Emerick - engineer, speech on "Revolution 9"
George Martin - record producer and mixer; string, brass, clarinet, orchestral arrangements and conducting; piano on "Rocky Raccoon"
Ken Scott - engineer and mixer
Barry Sheffield - engineer (Trident Studio)
Chris Thomas - producer; Mellotron on "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill", harpsichord on "Piggies", piano on "Long, Long, Long", Saxophone arrangement on "Savoy Truffle"
33 1/3 RPM long playing "LP" vinyl record
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RECORD AND SLEEVE GRADING: (We normally under estimate the grade, but if in doubt, please ask, we normally reply within an hour during daylight hours.)
RECORD VINYL: Should be absolutely perfect in every way, never played or opened (never viewed due to sealed package)
COVER OR SLEEVE: Still sealed in original manufacturers packaging (Very Rare)
NEAR MINT OR EXCELLENT
RECORD VINYL: Nearly perfect, should have no visible marks, no signs of wear. (May have fingerprints)
COVER OS SLEEVE: should have no creases, folds, seam splits, cut-out holes or ink/pencil marks (may have original price stickers).
VERY GOOD PLUS
RECORD VINYL: may have slight scuff marks, very minor scratches or marks but will still play almost perfectly, with only barely detectable crackle or pop; a slight noise at the beginning is plausible.
COVER OR SLEEVE: may have the slight signs of normal wear, minor disc ring etc.
RECORD VINYL: May have light scratches, may crackle and pop or make other noises occasionally, but not louder than the music.
COVER OR SLEEVE: May have normal wear such a ring wear and split seams, creases, wear at corners, edges & spine, and some ink or pencil marks.
RECORD VINYL: May have scratches, may have crackle and pop, may have significant surface noise.
COVER OR SLEEVE: May have more than normal wear and tear, be somewhat rough, and somewhat worse than the very good grading.
(we do not normally list items in this condition, but have some in our physical store at very low price, that some buy to be made into clocks)
RECORD VINYL: Possible skipping or repeating, many marks.
COVER OR SLEEVE: Is very rough, would only buy for vinyl condition if that was very good etc.
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