The Beatles ‎– Yesterday And Today Second State - Butcher Cover T-2553 '66 Lp

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#29982
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372762642348
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$599.00
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11 Sep 2019
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Nevada City, California

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The Beatles ‎– Yesterday And TodayLabel:Capitol Records ‎– T 2553, Capitol Records ‎– T-2553Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Second State - Butcher Cover 
Country:USReleased:20 Jun 1966Genre:RockStyle:Beat, Pop RockTracklistHide CreditsA1Drive My CarWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:25A2I'm Only SleepingWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:58A3Nowhere ManWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:40A4Dr. RobertWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:14A5YesterdayWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:04A6Act NaturallyWritten-By – John Russell*, Voni Morrison2:27B1And Your Bird Can SingWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:02B2If I Needed SomeoneWritten-By – George Harrison2:19B3We Can Work It OutWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:10B4What Goes On?Written-By – Lennon-McCartney, Starkey*2:44B5Day TripperWritten-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*2:47Companies, etc.Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los AngelesCreditsProducer – George MartinNotesUnderneath the regular cover in the picture shown is the so-called ''butcher'' cover of this release which induced such an outrage that the album was recalled and new artwork was created from an earlier Beatles photoshoot. A small number of copies escaped and appeared on the market nonetheless. These are known as ''first state'' butcher covers. Not wanting to lose time with waiting until the new covers were ready, Capitol decided to first use the new front slicks and glue them over the original artwork, to hide its offensive picture from the public eye. The (not too many) copies of this that came unto the market are known as ''second state'' butcher covers. These are descernible by checking the cover in the middle on the right hand side. If the ''butcher'' artwork is underneath, a dark triangle (of Ringo's turtleneck) shines through (see ''more images''). If the pasted slick is removed and the original artwork thus restored the release is known as a ''third state'' butcher cover. All three states are known in stereo too. This entry in Discogs is the second state cover version.
Lp is in VG+ with light scuffs/scratches plays well. VPI cleanedCover in VG+ some light stains on front and back, cleat photo of Ringo's  sweater
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