Beatles Revolver Rare Withdrawn Mix11 Tomorrow Never Knows 1st Press


Beatles Revolver Rare Withdrawn Mix11 Tomorrow Never Knows 1st Press

Early 1st UK Beatles Mono pressings like this are becoming so scarce and rare to find This is the earliest possible pressing featuring the withdrawn mix of ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’  and the rarest E.J.Day Cover. There is is general overall  wear and tear. This album is listed for its rarety rather than for its condition. But is very desirable and sought after indeed.



Revolver is the seventh studio album by English rock band the Beatles, released on 5 August 1966 on the Parlophone label and produced by George Martin. Many of the tracks on Revolver feature an electric guitar-rock sound that contrasts with their previous LP, the folk rock inspired Rubber Soul (1965). In Britain, the fourteen tracks from Revolver were released to radio stations throughout July 1966, “building anticipation for what would clearly be a radical new phase in the group’s recording career”


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The Vinyl:
This is the original Earliest thick heavier chunky slab of vinyl only found like this on the earliest pressings. On visual inspection there is general wear and tear and I can see  needle scratches/scuffs on the playing surface. Some do cause light clicks or pops but the vinyl plays through without distortion and there is no skips or jumps.

The Audio Quality:
I have played this vinyl at very loud volume prior to this listing on a top system. Importantly using a dedicated Mono cartridge. The audio is cristal clear and vibrant through out no distortion, but there are some light clicks and pops or light crackle heard. In general this is still a playable copy and indeed very rare and sought after being the very earliest variant.

The Matrix:
Side 1“YEX 605-2”
Side 2“YEX 606-1” (Earliest for this pressing)

The Mother Stampers
Side 1“5””GL”
Side 2 “2””RP”

The Labels:
These are the original 1st issue Parlophone Labels: feature “Sold In The UK….” text across the labels (only 1st press) K.T. tax code is stamped on side 2 (very early for this early pressing and rare to find) Spidering can be seen this has been played a few times. There are light marks to mention on the labels.

The Record Sleeve:
This is the original plain white paper record sleeve light creasing, browning, becoming fragile with age only.

The Cover:
This is the original 1st issue E.J.Day &co Large flip back cover laminated front only. There are creases and general wear and tear with use a small split at the opening edge to mention. light ringwear at the rear. No edge splits .

For any Beatles collector it is always a dream to own the first variation of this album and have a copy with the rare withdrawn mix of Tomorrow Never Knows.  Although this copy is not the best looking copy and does have wear , it plays surprisingly well throughout and is very enjoyable throughout.

Very collectable indeed.

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