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Tag Archives: The Beatles vs. The Four Seasons

#askNat – concerning Vee-Jay mixes used and ‘rabbits’

Hope everyone celebrating the U.S. holiday has had a happy 4th of July and welcome now to July’s first #askNat entry. Email subscriber Rick Kelly in California writes: Hi Nat, hope all is well. I had a question regarding two albums – The Beatles and Frank Ifield On Stage & The Beatles Vs. The Four […]

Collector’s Corner – “Jolly What! The Beatles & Frank Ifield On Stage” (Vee-Jay ‘flop’ becomes highly coveted collector’s item)

During Vee-Jay Records’ mad scramble to get as much Beatles product out while they still could, the troubled US record label came up with an idea for a new LP release for February 1964. Jolly What! The Beatles & Frank Ifield On Stage was a curious collection of tracks that I will discuss here, beginning […]

Collector’s Corner – Introducing The Beatles (the world’s most counterfeited album)

The U.S. album Introducing The Beatles (aka Introducing…The Beatles) will be the subject of this second installment of the Collector’s Corner. Background Information When The Beatles released their first single, “Love Me Do” b/w “P.S. I Love You,” in the U.K. in October of 1962, it went on to be a top 20 hit. That […]