Please see photos as part of the item description. It's third cover edition that contain Vee-Jay's official back cover, with Introducing The Beatles near the top and the song titles in two columns underneath.
On 16 January 1964, less than a week after Introducing... The Beatles was released, Vee-Jay was served with a restraining order stopping further distribution. Capitol Records' publishing subsidiary, owned the American publishing rights to "Love Me Do" and P. I Love You, and because the two songs had not yet been officially released in the US, Beechwood refused to issue a license for Vee-Jay to release them. Approximately 80,000 copies of Introducing...
The Beatles had been released with the two songs on them, with only 2,000 or so in stereo. Track Listing: Version one 1. "I Saw Her Standing There[a]" McCartney 2:50.
"Misery" Lennon with McCartney 1:48. "Anna (Go to Him)" (Arthur Alexander) Lennon 3:00. "Chains" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) Harrison 2:25. "Boys" (Luther Dixon, Wes Farrell) Starr 2:28. "Love Me Do" McCartney with Lennon 2:19.
I Love You McCartney 2:04. "Baby It's You" (Burt Bacharach, Mack David, Barney Williams) Lennon 2:41. "Do You Want to Know a Secret" Harrison 1:59."A Taste of Honey" (Ric Marlow, Bobby Scott) McCartney 2:05. "There's a Place" Lennon and McCartney 1:53. "Twist and Shout" (Phil Medley, Bert Russell) Lennon 2:33.
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