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Beat, Rock & Roll
  • Performer:
    The Beatles
  • Title:
    Please Please Me
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Beat, Rock & Roll
  • Release date:
    22 Mar 1963
  • Country:
    UK
  • Size FLAC version
    1638 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1302 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1220 mb
  • Rating:
    4.0
  • Votes:
    693
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Mono, Album, Gold & Black Label, Dick James Credits

Tracklist

1Misery
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
1:44
2I Saw Her Standing There
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
2:50
3Do You Want To Know A Secret
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
1:52
4Baby It's You
Written-By – Williams, Bacharach, David
2:29
5There's A Place
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
1:46
6Ask Me Why
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
2:20
7Boys
Written-By – Dixon, Farrell
2:20
8Twist And Shout
Written-By – Russell, Medley
2:30
9Chains
Written-By – Goffin-King
2:20
10P.S. I Love You
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
2:00
11Anna (Go To Him)
Written-By – Alexander
2:52
12Please Please Me
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
1:58
13Love Me Do
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon
2:15
14A Taste Of Honey
Written-By – Scott, Marlow
1:59

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PMC 1202The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Gol)ParlophonePMC 1202UK1963
PMCM.1202, PMCM 1202The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Apple Records, ParlophonePMCM.1202, PMCM 1202New Zealand1969
746435-4The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(Cass, Album, RP, Cle)Parlophone746435-4Turkey1992
14C-26204219The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(Cass, Album)EMI14C-26204219GreeceUnknown
0946 3 82416 2 1The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(CD, Album, Mono, Enh, RE, RM)Parlophone, Apple Records, Capitol Records0946 3 82416 2 1US2009
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PMCM.1202, PMCM 1202The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Apple Records, ParlophonePMCM.1202, PMCM 1202New Zealand1969
746435-4The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(Cass, Album, RP, Cle)Parlophone746435-4Turkey1992
14C-26204219The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(Cass, Album)EMI14C-26204219GreeceUnknown
0946 3 82416 2 1The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(CD, Album, Mono, Enh, RE, RM)Parlophone, Apple Records, Capitol Records0946 3 82416 2 1US2009
1A 062-04219, 1C 072-04 219The Beatles Please Please Me ‎(LP, Album, RE)Apple Records, Parlophone, EMI Electrola1A 062-04219, 1C 072-04 219EuropeUnknown

Credits

  • Bass, VocalsPaul McCartney
  • Drums, VocalsRingo Starr
  • Guitar, VocalsGeorge Harrison, John Lennon
  • ProducerGeorge Martin
  • Bass, VocalsPaul McCartney
  • DrumsRingo Starr (tracks: 1 to 7, 10 to 14)
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsGeorge Harrison
  • Liner NotesTony Barrow
  • Producer, Arranged ByGeorge Martin
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJohn Lennon
  • Bass, VocalsPaul McCartney
  • DrumsRingo Starr
  • Engineer, Mixed ByNorman Smith
  • Lead GuitarGeorge Harrison
  • Liner NotesTony Barrow
  • Photography ByAngus McBean
  • Producer, Mixed ByGeorge Martin
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJohn Lennon
  • Bass, VocalsPaul McCartney
  • Drums, VocalsRingo Starr
  • EngineerNorman Smith
  • Guitar, VocalsGeorge Harrison, John Lennon
  • Liner NotesTony Barrow
  • Photography ByAngus McBean
  • ProducerGeorge Martin
  • Bass, VocalsPaul McCartney
  • Drums, VocalsRingo Starr
  • Guitar, VocalsGeorge Harrison, John Lennon
  • Liner NotesTony Barrow
  • Photography ByAngus McBean
  • ProducerGeorge Martin
  • Bass GuitarPaul McCartney
  • DrumsRingo Starr
  • Lead GuitarGeorge Harrison
  • Liner NotesTony Barrow
  • Photography ByAngus McBean
  • Rhythm GuitarJohn Lennon

Notes

Manufactured and Distributed by EMI (Australia) Limited.
Sticker "Stereo" across the upper spine.

Catalog# on sleeve: PCSO.3042
Catalog# on labels: PCSO-3042Also released in stereo (# PCS 3042).
Short-lived first press with black/gold labels, the main pressing with classic Parlophone black & yellow labels was released a couple of months later.

Issues with the Below Stampers Signify Very First Release of 1500 copies
Side A - 1 (9 o'clock) 0 (3 o'clock)
Side B - 1 (9 o'clock) M (3 o'clock)

Northern Songs credits variation can be found here: The Beatles - Please Please Me

Made in Gt. Britain.First label variations with Dick James credits on A1, A2, A6, A7, B4, and B6.

The version with Northern Songs credits is here: The Beatles - Please Please MeBlack and white apple logo

LP originally released 22nd March 1963 (mono) and 26th April 1963 (stereo).

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 094638241621
  • Matrix / Runout: LT36 094638241621 #90714Z20 26
  • Matrix / Runout (Hub): MADE IN CANADA 1
  • Mastering SID Code: LT36
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6000
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): YEX-94-2 44 4-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): YEX-95-2 10
  • Price Code: ¥2,200
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): YEX-94
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): YEX-95
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): YEX94
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): YEX95
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped, variant 1): YEX 94-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, Stamped, variant 1): YEX 95-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped, variant 2): YEX 94-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, Stamped, variant 2): YEX 95-1
  • Barcode: 09463 82416 2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): XEX.421
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): XEX.422
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): XEX 421-1N 1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): XEX 422-1N 1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamper at 9/3 o'clock (Side A)): 1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamper at 9/3 o'clock (Side B)): 1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): YEX 94-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): YEX 95-1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 077774643528
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7777 - 46435-2 8
  • Other (DADC Code (Back cover inlay, booklet & CD)): DIDX 1254
  • Matrix / Runout: CDP 746435 2 AR 4 EMI SWINDON S 4 - 3 - 13 CAPITOL JAX
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.
  • Made By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Distributed By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Printed By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
  • Made By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
  • Record Company – The Parlophone Co. Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Capitol Jax
  • Glass Mastered At – EMI Swindon

Album

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Can anyone please help me? I have a version I believe to be a 1963 pressing. It's black and yellow, MONO, printed by Ernest J. Day without the small 33 1/3 RPM. However, on the front cover in the bottom left-hand corner, there is a greyish '1' I can't find any versions of with this on? Does anyone know anything about this?
Ahieones
Why is Introducing part of this master? Different track line ups (2 of them!) and completely different artwork
Alsantrius
hi, does anyone have the AP-8675 Japan beatles forever series with 2000 yen on the obi please? trying to figure out and collect and wish to know if all the 1st issues for the beatles forever series comes with a 2000 yen obi and 4000 yen for the white album. thank you
Shistus
The utter nonsence that some people list and turns into foke law as verbaturm fact:1. The "original" labels are GOLD text on Dark Brown Gloss NOT Black ugh2. All that changed in April-May 1963 was the music publishing from DJM to NS so when the next batch of label pairs were ordered and printed the credits were changed not the stampers not the masters so they are NOT repressings but label changes3. The then basic and crude two track wide Stereo mix came out 18th May 1963 with a single batch of Gold Text on Dark Brown gloss labels + large stereo banners . this is also not a repressing but a first one4 Confusion rains as as this firsr run stereo pressings came out the EMI family labels changed Columbia had Blue with Silver text on Black gloss, HMV Red with Silver text on Black Gloss Parlophone Yellow with Silver text on Black Gloss $tateside Green with silver text on black gloss (MGM continued with their bright yellow labels with black text)The Parlophone Yellow and silver on black labelStereo pairs just continued as part of that First Stereo run and are not represses or 2nd press and as the publishing change came at the same time they only had the NS credits! Just a new batch of labels fed by hand in pairs on to the stampers. The mono label change to Yellow/silver on black came slightly after the Stereo's as many more Gold on Brown blanks were in stock and were naturally used up first (these blanks were for all available mono Parlophone titles not just the PPM album)5 The "sold in the UK" text did not come into force until 1st January 1964 and ran until mid July 1969 across all EMI pressed product.6 All first pressed have tax code embossings from the stamper lugs inserted Mono's only till May 1963 KT Mono and First Stereo's (Gold on Brown and Yellow/Silver on Black) 18th May 1963+ ZMT I hope this info has helped explain the confusionA repress is when a production run has ended stampers removed label pairs removed and then a new order from Manchester Sq came in to Blythe Road Hayes and the presses were tooled up again and repressing began a label change in text or finish durring a pressing run is NOT a 2nd 3rd 4th 5th or repress its just that......a label change.Back to the album! Well 55+ years on those two original mix pressings Mono and Stereo still sound exciting fresh crisp and clear and do indeed sound LiVe!I get and run with mono mix because it was how it was done and first out back then However the final Stereo make over and done for and paid for by Diagnosti collection blows your head off and that crude 3 track wide stereo becomes a full 180 degree soundstage multi track. , From the moment that stylus hits that groove "1234" there is no looking back I don't think that there is another first album from any group anywhere that can come close to the pure raw energy that was captured on those tapes. Flawless album that every home should have.
skriper
There is no information on brown labels anywhere.1963 was black gold until May, this was replaced by black / silver yellow. and the "first published 1963" text has been removed.It is in 1964-1969 editions that it was released in England and the text "first published 1963" was removed.
Nenayally
This is really fascinating stuff. Thank you for posting here!
invasion
Can you supply a pantone reference for the precise brown you speak of the label? As far as I know with my eyes it looks black; hence black and gold labels.
Flash_back
Are The counterfeits entered here? I got one with the name below the hole.
Mozel
Can anyone who has this post images of the labels and matrix runout please? There's not enough information.
Gribandis
I'd like to know whether this label has a small credit of "33 1/3" beside the matrix number at the left side of the label.
Very Old Chap
I have a two boxed EMI, Parlophone, Made In France on labels, UK sleeve without flipbacks.
Sarin
This is the first edition with the yellow and black labels in late 1963. The cover is the same as the first black and gold pressing, printed by Ernest J. Day LTD with the misaligned photo credit on the front. The vinyl still carries the same -1N matrix as the first black and gold pressings, though this new label style pressing is more common.
Waiso
Is this a duplicate pressing ? Not enough information to explain.
Kikora
What is the logic of having Introducing and Songs Pictures... as part of this master when it's a different track listing (and 2 different variations for that!) ?
Urllet
Hi I have a copy PMC 1202 xex 422-IN MONO GOLD PARLOPHONE ....PHOTO ANGUS MCBEAN BOTTOM RIGHT HAND COVER . Am just a little confused about the value . the sleeve is in VG condition and the record is in VG condition .
Mitars Riders
Hello I still have the Beatles "please please me" album
Blueshaper
I'm not sure what version I have of the record. I bought it in 1995 and it says mono on both the cover and on the record label but it's the stereo mix.PMC 1202. Anyone who can help me?
Gozragore
https://privileged-referenc.000webhostapp.comComplete mono and stereo run you can find in this link.
Katishi
TO THE LEFT OF THE RECORD AT QUARTER TO THE HOUR A TINY NUMBER 1TO THE RIGHT AT QUARTER PAST THE HOUR IS AN RSIDE ONE XEX 421-INSIDE TWO XEX 422-1N PMC NUMBER 1202http://beatlescollectingguide.weebly.com/please-please-me.htmlCredits Dick James on When I saw her standing there... All the Rare special stuffThe Cover is Old but all in one Piece... I am open to a very reasonable Offer.
Xisyaco
>>☞ If it is stereo and has ''Love Me Do'' on the back cover, it's a counterfeit.<<There Are Verified Authenticated Examples Of The Above Which Have Been Now Been identified by USA Beatle Experts Bruce Spitzer and Perry Cox Which refute this statement. Authentic Stereo Copies of The Above Do Exist and Are No Longer Considered Counterfeit, Providing That They Meet The Guidelines Set Forth Concerning Authenticity. If Both The Jacket and The Vinyl Are Deemed Genuine in every other respect, these scarce pressings are genuine and not counterfeit. Estimated Surviving Pressings Number in the Double Digits These Are Extremely Rare Pressings, Which Often Sell at Auction In Excess Of $25,000.00 USD.
Bodwyn
My copy is an italian pressing . Named only "The Beatles" , b/w-cover like the first italian issue in the list above , Parlophone 3S 062-04219 ( like the sweden one), blue label .
Avarm
I know many people read something in print and take it as truth. There are many books and blogs about Beatles on VJ, all giving their opinions. Some are very impressive, but all are speculation. Simple Logic: As in so many cases where record companies have been sued, such as Velvet Underground, Rolling Stones,etc., and forced to change or replace a cover, does anyone know of a situation where the company replaced the innocent first release with a cover depicting the offense? Not I, but, some would have you believe this is the case with VJ...releasing an "ad-back" cover, and after legal trouble arises, changes the cover to display the 2 songs for which they received the injunctions. SURE!!!
Wyameluna
Does anyone ever come on Discog? I think maybe I should put the Black and Gold Label, Please Please Me had better be put on Ebay!
Faulkree
There is a 1989/1990 Australian DMM version - mastered by Paul Bryant (2)
Nikok
My version has YEX 94-1 and YEX 95-1