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- Recorded At – Phillips Sound Recording Service
All other versions of this release are either official replicas or unofficial bootlegs, released approximately during the 1980s or later.
Main artist and recording location uncredited.
This is the earliest recording of the group later known as “The Beatles”.
Track B is the only composition ever credited to McCartney-Harrison.
The recordings have been subsequently digitally remastered.
Paul McCartney has released about 50 privately pressed replicas as a Christmas present for his friends.
John Lowe has also released replicas, albeit unplayable copies.
The tracks were first released officially on “Anthology 1” in 1995, albeit in edited versions.
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|none||The Quarrymen||In Spite Of All The Danger / That'll Be The Day (10", RE, Unofficial)||Kensington (2)||none||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|E-8099||Quaary Men*||That'll Be The Day (Flexi, 7", S/Sided)||Beatles Cine Club||E-8099||Japan||1988||Sell This Version|
|none||The Quarrymen||That'll Be The Day (7", Unofficial)||MPL (3)||none||UK||Unknown||Sell This Version|
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