Rare Beatles 'Best Of Album' Acetate To Hit The Auctioning Block
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Rare Beatles 'Best Of Album' Acetate To Hit The Auctioning Block
The Beatles were suppose to release the Best of Beatles compilation in 1964 as a two LP set through Capitol Records. The project was to include the group's Capitol hits as well as some of their material from Vee-Jay but once the fact that Vee-Jay still owned the rights to the material until a later date was discovered, the set was shelved. Well now the rare acetates of the Best of Beatles album will be going up for auction with a starting bid of $10,000 on August 9th.
The acetates will include a letter of authenticity from Clifford J. Yamasaki of Let It Be Records that reads, "I certify that this 2 LP acetate of 'The Best of the Beatles' is one of two known to exist and was purchased from a Capitol Records executive for a project that was scrapped. The project: #46934-41. The date of pressing: 6-2-64."
Side 1 of the project includes: "Twist and Shout," "Love Me Do," "I Want To Hold Your Hand," "From Me To You," "This Boy," and "Roll Over Beethoven."
Side 2 includes: "Do You Want to Know a Secret," "Boys," "Ask Me Why," "She Loves You," "You Really Got a Hold On Me," and "Long Tall Sally."
Side 3 includes: "All My Loving," "P.S. I Love You," "Please Please Me," "Chains," "Devil In Her Heart," and "Please Mr. Postman."
Side 4 includes: "Misery," "Money," "There's a Place," "Baby It's You," "It Won't Be Long," and "All I've Got to Do."
Internet Explorer Users Click Here To See What's On-Air
Contest Rules
Contact Us
Copyright 2014. Eves Broadcasting Inc.
Site Designed and Maintained by MME
Music News
Search our Music Database
'Like' Us On Facebook
Local News
On-Air Now
Listen Live With Our App