Yesterday and Today is the Beatles, their ninth album released on Capitol Records and twelfth overall American release. The album is remembered primarily for the controversy surrounding its original cover image. Taken by photographer Robert Whitaker, and said to be the Beatles' statement against the Vietnam War, this "butcher cover" image showed the band dressed in white smocks and covered with decapitated baby dolls and pieces of raw meat.
You cant get much better condition. This was purchased at a local estate sale from a record collector. He never took it out of the clear protective sleeve there is no wear on the record or cover at all. I would consider this in MINT condition. (ST-X-2-2553)
Recorded in England
Track 1: Drive My Car, I'm Only Sleeping, Nowhere Man, Dr Robert, Yesterday, Act Naturally
Track 2: And Your Bird Can Sing, If I Needed Someone, We Can Work It Out, What Goes On?, Day Tripper
On Nov-29-18 at 20:08:39 PST, seller added the following information:
I have since reaserched more about this albums markings and believe this to be a "First State" Butcher album.
On Dec-02-18 at 12:51:39 PST, seller added the following information:
I'm adding more information that bidders have asked. The cover measures Height 12" 3/8 Width 12" 3/16. It is shrink wrap but has been opened and the artwork is smooth on the cover not bumpy.