John Lennon ‎– Imagine

Label:
Apple Records ‎– BTL-1016, Apple Records ‎– SBTL-1016
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Sandwich Cover
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A1 Imagine 2:59
A2 Crippled Inside 3:43
A3 Jealous Guy 4:10
A4 It's So Hard
Saxophone – King Curtis
2:22
A5 I Don't Want To Be A Soldier
Saxophone – King CurtisTambourine – Mike Pinder
6:01
B1 Give Me Some Truth 3:11
B2 Oh My Love 2:40
B3 How Do You Sleep 5:29
B4 How? 3:37
B5 Oh Yoko! 4:18

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Notes

First Catalog Number appears on Coverfront, second on both Labelsides.
Same cover as mono edition (BTL...), but with a golden stereophonic sticker on the upper right corner.
Brazilian edition does include the same printed inner sleeve and poster as the original UK LP, plus the postcard of Lennon with a pig.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Stamped): YEX-865
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Stamped): YEX-866

Other Versions (5 of 234) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PAS 10004, 1E 064 ◦ 04914 John Lennon Imagine(LP, Album) Apple Records, Apple Records PAS 10004, 1E 064 ◦ 04914 UK 1971 Sell This Version
CDP 7 46641 2, CD-PAS 10004 John Lennon Imagine(CD, Album) EMI, EMI CDP 7 46641 2, CD-PAS 10004 UK & Europe 1987 Sell This Version
8X-PAS 10004, IE 344 04914 John Lennon Imagine(8-Trk, Album) EMI, EMI 8X-PAS 10004, IE 344 04914 UK Unknown Sell This Version
SW-3379 John Lennon, Plastic Ono Band* With The Flux Fiddlers John Lennon, Plastic Ono Band* With The Flux Fiddlers - Imagine(LP, Album, RE) Capitol Records SW-3379 US 1983 Sell This Version
8XW 3379 John Lennon Imagine(8-Trk, Album) Apple Records 8XW 3379 US 1972 Sell This Version

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MitsuharuSan

MitsuharuSan

October 17, 2015
Actual BTL-1016 edition listed:
http://www.discogs.com/John-Lennon-Imagine/release/7611956

This one is SBTL-1016, and SBTL only. S stands for stereophonic, which is the edition listed here. Odeon had the (bad) habit of producing only a single sleeve and then using it for both mono and stereo editions, with the only difference being a golden sticker pointing out that it was a stereo copy (later, they used a golden sticker for mono copies too). That's what creates the confusion that the records had two catalogue numbers, but that's not the case - the correct method of listing them should be with their unique number.