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Auction: THE BEATLES Yellow Submarine LP NEAR MINT ORIG DUTCH PRESSING PSYCH PCS 7070 NM

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Title THE BEATLES Yellow Submarine LP NEAR MINT ORIG DUTCH PRESSING PSYCH PCS 7070 NM
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THE BEATLES: Yellow Submarine LP - NM DUTCH LP PCS 7070
Dutch pressing on the Apple label (PCS 7070) from 1969. 1/1 matrix endings, machine stamped on both run off grooves. This record originally came in the UK laminated flipback sleeve.
The gatefold sleeve is in EX condition and the record is in NM condition. Comes in the original black inner sleeve. 

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Yellow Submarine is the tenth album by The Beatles in the United Kingdom, released on Apple Records. It was issued as the soundtrack to the film of the same name, which premiered in Great Britain seven months prior to the album's release. Only one side of the album contains songs performed by the Beatles; of the six, four were previously unissued. "Yellow Submarine" had been simultaneously issued in 1966 as a single and on the album Revolver, and "All You Need Is Love" had been issued as a single in the summer of 1967. The second side features the symphonic film score composed by George Martin, in versions recorded specifically for the album. "All You Need Is Love" appeared in either mono or rechanneled stereo, ('fake stereo') on the US LP Magical Mystery Tour. It debuted in a true stereo mix on LP for this album. American cassette and 8-track tape versions featured "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" as an extra song on side two. Only four new Beatles songs appeared on the album, and two were recorded specifically for the film, "All Together Now" and "Hey Bulldog". "Only a Northern Song" had been recorded during the sessions for Sgt. Pepper, but was set aside from the final running order. "It's All Too Much," like similar numbers recorded immediately following the Sgt. Pepper sessions, was not intended for a specific project. "Hey Bulldog", recorded on 11 February 1968, evolved from an initial intent to shoot a promotional film for the "Lady Madonna" single. "Baby, You're a Rich Man" was also originally intended for the film soundtrack, but was released as the B-side to "All You Need is Love" instead and was not included in the Yellow Submarine album.
In contrast to how the film was received, Yellow Submarine is usually considered The Beatles' weakest release. It was one of the few Beatles releases not to top the charts on either side of the Atlantic. Its highest position was #2 in the US, kept from the top by their own The Beatles, which had been released two months before. The Beatles themselves did not consider it a proper studio album, since they had little involvement in the project, and the four previously unreleased tracks on it were taken hodge-podge fashion from various sessions in 1967 and early 1968.

Side one 
1. "Yellow Submarine" 2:40 
2. "Only a Northern Song" 3:24 
3. "All Together Now" 2:11 
4. "Hey Bulldog" 3:11 
5. "It's All Too Much" 6:25 
6. "All You Need Is Love" 3:51

Side two 
1. "Pepperland" 2:21 
2. "Sea of Time" 3:00 
3. "Sea of Holes" 2:17 
4. "Sea of Monsters" 3:37 
5. "March of the Meanies" 2:22 
6. "Pepperland Laid Waste" 2:19 
7. "Yellow Submarine in Pepperland" 2:13 
Total length: 40:12

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statistics for auctions of this release
Release Name Yellow Submarine
Catalogue PCS-7070
Sold auctions 32
Running auctions 9
Maximum paid $360.25
Minimum paid $10.5
Average paid $74.42
Popularity 39% of all auctions for this release were sold.