The Beatles ‎– Please Please Me

Parlophone ‎– PMC 1202
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Gold & Black Label, Northern Songs Credit

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A1 I Saw Her Standing There
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
A2 Misery
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
A3 Anna (Go To Him)
Written-By – Alexander*
A4 Chains
Written-By – Goffin-King*
A5 Boys
Written-By – Dixon*, Farrell*
A6 Ask Me Why
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
A7 Please Please Me
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B1 Love Me Do
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B2 P.S. I Love You
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B3 Baby It's You
Written-By – Bacharach*, Williams*, David*
B4 Do You Want To Know A Secret
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B5 A Taste Of Honey
Written-By – Scott*, Marlow*
B6 There's A Place
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B7 Twist And Shout
Written-By – Russell*, Medley*

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Northern Songs credit on A1, A2,B4 & B6. Dick James credit on A6 & A7.

The version with all Dick James credits is here: The Beatles - Please Please Me

Printed and made by Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd. London.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, A Side Runout): XEX 421-1N
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, B Side Runout): XEX 422-1N

Other Versions (5 of 543) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMC 1202 The Beatles Please Please Me(LP, Album, Mono, Gol) Parlophone PMC 1202 UK 1963 Sell This Version
PMCM.1202 The Beatles Please Please Me(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Apple Records PMCM.1202 New Zealand 1969 Sell This Version
746435-4 The Beatles Please Please Me(Cass, Album, RP, Cle) Parlophone 746435-4 Turkey 1992 Sell This Version
14C-26204219 The Beatles Please Please Me(Cass, Album) EMI 14C-26204219 Greece Unknown Sell This Version
0946 3 82416 2 1 The Beatles Please Please Me(CD, Album, Mono, Enh, RE, RM) Parlophone, Apple Records, Capitol Records 0946 3 82416 2 1 US 2009 Sell This Version



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January 14, 2019
edited 7 months ago
This is technically a 2nd Press, but I doubt you'll find many people that quibble over value with any Gold / Black label Please Please Me. If anything, the sources I've been looking at say there were much fewer copies pressed of this edition before the transition to the standard Yellow / Black Parlophone label of the mid-60s (about to 5:1 more rare). To the right collector this would be more valuable than a 1st Pressing.