George Harrison ‎– My Sweet Lord

Label:
Parlophone ‎– 8 E 006 04692 M, Capitol Records ‎– 00602435051345, UMe ‎– 00602435051345, Capitol Records ‎– B0032817-21, UMe ‎– B0032817-21
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Vinyl, 7", Single, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Clear
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A My Sweet Lord
B Isn't It A Pity

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Record Store Day Black Friday 2020 first release, limited to 7,500 copies. The numbers are printed in gold foil. But according to the numbers printed on back cover it is possible the pressing was 15,000 copies. See images.

Taken from front cover sticker:
RSD Black Friday
numbered
limited edition
clear vinyl
Reissue of 1970 Angola pressing

2 different distribution stickers are affixed to the shrink wrap, one for the US market and one for outside of the US market. There are slight differences as shown in the images and below. Information in Companies, etc. is taken from both stickers:

Outside of US market:
© G.H. Estate Limited, under exclusive license to Calderstone
Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group)
Manufactured and distributed by Universal Music Enterprises,
A division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Made in the E.U. Universal
International Music B.V. ‘S-Gravelandseweg 80, 1217 EW
Hilversum, Netherlands. All rights reserved. 00602435051345.

US Market:
© 2020 G.H. Estate Limited, under exclusive license to
Calderstone Productions Limited
(a division of Universal Music Group)
1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028 – U.S.A.
Distributed By Universal Music Distribution.
All rights reserved. B0032817-21

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed - sticker): 6 02435 05134 5
  • Barcode (Scanned - sticker): 602435051345
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, (B0032817-21-A -SS- etched, rest stamped)): B0032817-21-A -SS- B0032817-21-A 213665H1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, (B0032817-21-B -SS- etched, rest stamped)): B0032817-21-B -SS- B0032817-21-B 213665H2/A

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alan.summers.73

alan.summers.73

December 16, 2020
edited about 1 month ago
Sadly i can also report several loud clicks on my pressing.( number 08873) Also it is quite dull sounding compared to my original I'm shocked to realise purchased nearly 50 years ago! Such a pity on what in every other respect is an excellent release.
I also note with some concern that this record was pressed by GZ Media a Czech company, It is my understanding that this organisation also pressed the recent John Lennon collection ,Gimme Some Truth. Sadly i have read of numerous complaints on the quality of that vinyl reissue.
My worry is that IF, the soon to be reissued All Things Must Pass is pressed here! What kind quality of pressing are we going to get for this ? Most probably quite an expensive box set too.Well.......we will have to wait and see
or perhaps should I say hear their efforts, but ......................beware!

dvdanilov

dvdanilov

December 13, 2020
My copy has a lot of clicks, claps on side B. side A is also not perfect. Very poor pressing quality for RSD
Johnmac66

Johnmac66

December 13, 2020
Mine is numbered 8301 so must be more than 7500
Andre1957

Andre1957

December 9, 2020

there seem to be more than 7.500 copies, I have number 09984
joroxer

joroxer

December 3, 2020
I think the first 7500 copies are for the US market and the other 7500 for Europe
pita

pita

November 28, 2020
Anyone experiencing faults on the pressing??
A friend reported that both sides have several problems of sticking, being dirty,
clicking, etc...
Paul_T44

Paul_T44

November 27, 2020
Maybe it is limited to 7500, but they didn’t start at 1? No rules to say that stuff has to be numbered from 1-7500 or whatever 😁
Green_Doggo_Wisdom

Green_Doggo_Wisdom

November 27, 2020
Unfortunately I ripped my hype sticker :(

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mistermono

mistermono

November 27, 2020
edited 2 months ago
Anyone know if this is mono like the original Angola 45?
mihalistr

mihalistr

November 27, 2020
Pressed on thick vinyl. Mine weighs in at 70 grams.