The Beatles ‎– She Loves You / I'll Get You

Swan ‎– S-4152
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Mono, Blue label


A She Loves You 2:18
B I'll Get You 2:04

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Blue label Rockaway variation of the single with white labels and blue print than includes
the production credit. Although this is a 1964 pressing, the blue print single is much sought
after due to its scarcity and novel appearance. This 1964 Rockaway single has the Reco-Art
machine stamping in the trail off area of the A side and "Virtue Studio" hand etched on B side.
Matrix numbers: S-4152-S-1A C2 (stamped) / S-4152-I-1B A5 (hand etched).
For the 1964 reissue of the single, SWAN prepared an attractive picture sleeve. The sleeve features
the same Dezo Hoffmann photo of the group used on the back cover to "Meet The Beatles".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): S-4152-S-1A C2 RECO-ART
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): S-4152-I-1B A5 VIRTUE STUDIO
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 168) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
R 5055 The Beatles She Loves You(7", Single, Mono) Parlophone R 5055 UK 1963 Sell This Version
S-4152 The Beatles She Loves You(7", Single, Unofficial) Swan (2) S-4152 US Unknown Sell This Version
R-5055 The Beatles She Loves You / I'll Get You(7", Single) Parlophone R-5055 Pakistan Unknown Sell This Version
R 5055 The Beatles She Loves You(7", Single, RE) Parlophone R 5055 UK 1963 Sell This Version
GMSP 42 The Beatles She Loves You(7", Single, S/Edition, Mul) Parlophone GMSP 42 Greece 1963 Sell This Version


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June 26, 2016
Why does this version get listed as a repress, but the black/silver don't? My understanding is that this was released in 1964 along with the common black/silver labels. With that being the case, all 1964 versions should be considered represses. Only the white/red 1963 versions would be actual first pressings.


December 25, 2010
edited over 10 years ago

One of the earliest examples of what created "Beatlemania". I have entertained the thought that "She Loves You" is not so much music as it is a sheer explosion of joy. The thunder of Ringo's drums and the lovely ringing of the guitars. This record has lost none of its original charm. You need to have the 45 of this, which is a 'loud cut'. The song is quite different on the album releases.
The b-side is no slouch, either. "I'll Get You" has been undermined as a 'minor song', but the melody is so much wiser than so many pop releases of the time. Lennon had the knack from the beginning ('There's A Place', 'Ask Me Why', 'Not a Second Time').
This release, both the black and white label issues, have been counterfeited. Genuine releases of the white label issue have the machine-stamped 'Reco-Art' blurb in the dead wax.
I've heard the old chestnut about the Beatles arriving on the scene just after the Kennedy assassination. That somehow the president's death was a catalyst for Beatlemania. But these songs, along with "Please Please Me" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand" had us all in a spell. It had nothing to do with JFK. The Beatles were just damn good, and we'd never heard anything like it before.