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Love Me Do [7" Vinyl] Limited Edition, Single
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Available for the first time as a extremely limited 7 inch double sided single. Commemorating The Beatles 50th Anniversary and their first single released on the Parlophone label on October 5, 1962.
Top Customer Reviews
They replicated the artwork nicely; the record itself has that red label although there are two or three minor changes like the label saying it was made in the E.U. and not Great Britain; and the sleeve boasts those snazzy lines with the Parlophone message that "this record must be played at 45 r.p.m."
Needless to say, The Beatles do a great job on "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You." They sound terrific! This music remains incredible even today and I highly recommend this for any fan of The Beatles. People who appreciate rock and roll from the early 1960s will also be delighted!
reissue that you must add to you album collection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a review of the song, which is five stars, but this reissue pressing has too much run out space, making the song grooves cramped (and hence not the best sound). Read morePublished 16 months ago by E. mills
This is a nice nostalgic return to the first British release of the Beatles initial single release on their own.Published on October 2, 2013 by Leonard Gammel
I am Beatlemaniac and this product besides being the history of rock n roll was the soundtrack of my life.Published on May 9, 2013 by Caiuby
it's a cellebration from 50 years, ther's no better than this, same cover sheet, just like when was released 50 years agoPublished on March 6, 2013 by Marcelo L Fontanesi
Yes, great song, good sounding attempt to create a reproduction of the original & for most the original being far out of our grasp in value. Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by Michael L. Knapp
What is there to say. A classic song, re-released as close to the original as possible. A nostalgic piece of music that warrants listening to. Highly recommended.Published on December 19, 2012 by G. Cacciatore
TRYING TO OBTAIN EITHER ISSUE WAS A BIT OF A CHORE,
BUT 2ND ISSUE WAS THE ONE ! REPORTEDLY ONLY 6000 PRESSED !
AS I SAID, 50 YEARS AGO, WOW !!! Read more