The Beatles ‎– Revolver

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Parlophone ‎– PMC 7009
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Withdrawn mix
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A1 Taxman
Lead Vocals – George Harrison
A2 Eleanor Rigby
Lead Vocals – Paul McCartney
A3 I'm Only Sleeping
Lead Vocals – John Lennon
A4 Love You To
Lead Vocals – George HarrisonTabla [Uncredited] – Anil Bhagwat
A5 Here, There And Everywhere
Lead Vocals – Paul McCartney
A6 Yellow Submarine
Lead Vocals – Ringo Starr
A7 She Said She Said
Lead Vocals – John Lennon
B1 Good Day Sunshine
Lead Vocals – Paul McCartney
B2 And Your Bird Can Sing
Lead Vocals – John Lennon
B3 For No One
Horns – Alan CivilLead Vocals – Paul McCartney
B4 Dr. Robert
Lead Vocals – John Lennon
B5 I Want To Tell You
Lead Vocals – George Harrison
B6 Got To Get You Into My Life
Lead Vocals – Paul McCartneyTenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Peter Coe
B7 Tomorrow Never Knows
Lead Vocals – John Lennon

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Notes

First issue with XEX-606-1 matrix number on Side 2 contains withdrawn version ("Remix 11") of "Tomorrow Never Knows".
Dr. Robert on both record label and sleeve.

Flipback cover.

Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): XEX-605-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): XEX-606-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): (XEX.605)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): (XEX.606)
  • Rights Society: NCB

Other Versions (5 of 488) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8XT-2576, 8XT 2576 The Beatles Revolver(8-Trk, Album, RE) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 8XT-2576, 8XT 2576 US 1970 Sell This Version
AZCD1008 The Beatles Revolver(CD, Album, Unofficial) ООО "Азия Рекордз" AZCD1008 Russia 2001 Sell This Version
0946 3 82417 2 0 The Beatles Revolver(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM, Gat) Apple Records, Parlophone 0946 3 82417 2 0 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
SGL-5039 The Beatles Revolver(LP, Unofficial, Album, Red) International Record SGL-5039 Taiwan Unknown Sell This Version
3C 244-04097 The Beatles Revolver(Cass, Album) Parlophone 3C 244-04097 Italy 1971 Sell This Version

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Cang_Jie

Cang_Jie

May 20, 2017

So I found this record on a junkyard sale in pretty good condition though the copy
didn't have an inner paper sleeve to protect the record so I bought one separate,
I'm not very good at old records like this (I mainly buy reissue because I like the sound)
so that's why I'm asking if this one or any records from around this time had inner paper
sleeves at all or is it something that starter to appear during the 70's?

Glad for answers :)
z00twoman

z00twoman

February 22, 2017
currently one listed on ebay uk ending today Original 1966 UK Mono Vinyl LP PMC 7009
Sleeve Near Mint, Vinyl VG+
https://goo.gl/xnbHHh
SamJudge

SamJudge

January 28, 2017
Just picked up a copy, does anybody know why it was withdrawn originally?
WALST

WALST

November 29, 2016
I purchased what was supposed to be a first pressing Revolver LP from Ed Brown (rareandclassicvinyl ). I did not receive what I purchased, it was NOT the one shown on Discogs website. For over a week I have been awaiting a promised refund vis Paypal, which is another confusing mess. Everything is too complicated with Ed. I want my money back and Ed can have the 'incorrect' LP back. I wish Discogs could help me more too.
quenoz

quenoz

November 1, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Have you heard the song from The Chemical Brothers - let forever be?
Now listen to Tomorrow Never Knows!
Dont foget to see the music video by Anton Corbijn.
Bender101

Bender101

August 22, 2016
Massevely overrated, as more or less everything from the beatles. Only "Taxman" is quite nice. The other stuff - boooooring.... I like disco & electro music, but also like to hear Velvet Underground Banana oder Lee Hazlewood from the 60s. So, I'm not totally unused to such kind of music.
Isthisadaftname

Isthisadaftname

May 4, 2016
I'm cataloguing my cd's and I have a Revolver CD, CDP 7 46441 2 barcode 0 7777464412 9 but it has a pink apple logo above the green apple logo on the bottom right, (parlophone and emi records ltd on bottom left) and I can't see this on any of the CD's above, I bought in the early to mid 90's as I recall.
If anyone can point me in the direction of the correct listing that would be great, cheers
bghbults

bghbults

March 29, 2016
My LP has number 5: i want to love you and on the cover number 5: i want to tell you. Does anybody knows? Help would be great
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

May 29, 2015
edited 7 months ago
With much love for the 2014 remastered Mono vinyl edition of "Revolver", I must say there is something still special, something a little extra about this original withdrawn Mono pressing. This 66' mix is still very fresh sounding, the effects seem to leap off the record and whirl around you in the room. There is less restraint in the 66' mix, whereas the 2014 plays with more sophistication and reservation, mixed with no frequency on the edge of distortion, and is cut quieter than the original with plenty of room to crank the record...

The real delight, and what makes this 66' Mono "special", is the closing track "Tomorrow Never Knows", it is a different mix than on all other pressings that came after this initial pressing was quickly withdrawn. The mix, known as "mix 11", is fantastic, with it's effects and John's vocals playing differently than what most listeners have been privy to hearing over the years. The vocals are louder and are more consistent with the volume of the vocals on the rest of the album. The extended crazy piano outro, as well as the overall louder effects, seem to suite the otherworldliness of the song a little more so than on what was to be the correct take chosen to close the record. If you can find a nice copy, grab it, it's worth having!

Now wouldn't it be nice if we got a special numbered (something like 1966 pieces created) "Limited Edition" of this withdrawn Mono pressing, "Tomorrow Never Knows"...
luke.naylor1

luke.naylor1

January 20, 2015
Hey can anyone help identify my copy? Everything matches up with what it says on this page (catalgue number, runout number, 'dr. robert' etc etc) except the printing house is Garrod & Lofthouse.

Is it legit?