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The Beatles - Vinyl Trio #7

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A trio of vinyl goodies from The Beatles.  This lot includes:

With The Beatles, is the second studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 22 November 1963 on Parlophone, exactly eight months after the band's debut Please Please Me.  Produced by George Martin, the album features eight original compositions and six covers. The cover photograph was taken by the fashion photographer Robert Freeman

Part of Capitol's Limited Edition re-issue series of the UK catalog, issued late 1995, using the same catalog #s as the late 80s vinyl pressings and the CDs that were still on the market at the time. They are mastered from the same digital source tapes as the CDs.  This LP is mono, reissue, and is FACTORY SEALED. 

Yesterday and Today is a studio album by The Beatles. Released in the United States and Canada in June 1966, it was their ninth album issued on Capitol Records and twelfth American release overall. Typical of the Beatles' North American discography until 1967, the album contains songs that Capitol had withheld from its configurations of the band's recent EMI albums, along with songs that the group had released elsewhere on non-album singles. Among its 11 tracks are songs from the EMI albums Help! and Rubber Soul, and three new 1966 recordings that would appear on Revolver in countries outside North America.  The LP is remembered primarily for the controversy surrounding its original cover image. Known as the "butcher cover", it was taken by photographer Robert Whitaker and shows the band dressed in white coats and covered with decapitated baby dolls and pieces of raw meat. Although the photo was intended to be part of a larger work critiquing the adulation afforded the Beatles, the band members insisted it was a statement against the Vietnam War. Others interpreted it as the Beatles protesting the record company's policy of "butchering" their albums for the North American market. In response to outrage from record retailers, the LP was withdrawn and the cover replaced with a shot of the band posed around a steam trunk.

This LP is a 2011 release by Capitol with the original "butcher" cover art.  The alum is open and the vinyl is translucent green with a Capitol rainbow label.  The vinyl and sleeve are in very good condition.

The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl is a live album by the Beatles, released in May 1977, featuring songs compiled from performances at the Hollywood Bowl in August 1964 and August 1965.  It was the band's first official live recording. A remixed, remastered, and expanded version of the album, retitled Live at the Hollywood Bowl, was released on 9 September 2016 to coincide with the release of the documentary film The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, directed by Ron Howard.

This sealed LP is the 2016 remastered issue.  The LP is in very good condition.