George martin his orch ringos theme this boy - George Martin And His Orchestra Discography at Discogs


Some copies of single were issued in an attractive picture sleeve. The front of the sleeve features a black and white picture of the group with a blue background rectangular box at the top. The text, graphics and layout of blue upper portion of the sleeve is similar to that of the red upper portion of the first UA single. The back of the sleeve has a black and white photograph of the group standing with George Martin. The picture sleeve is one of the rarer Beatles sleeves. As it is highly susceptible to ring wear, near mint copies are extremely difficult to locate.

The George Martin singles did not sell particularly well and are becoming highly collectible. The picture sleeves, which feature photos of the Beatles, are two of the rarer Beatles sleeves. Beatle historians have known for years that United Artists underestimated the value of the first Beatles motion picture. Beatles collectors are now learning that everyone underestimated the value of the United Artists records associated with A Hard Day's Night . Who knows what these records will be worth in another thirty-five years.

Performers    Red Rodney (trumpet), Ira Sullivan (tenor), Tommy Flanagan (piano), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums), 1957


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