Category: Jazz

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  1. Insert reproducing the Renaissance Minstrels cover, white TMOQ-Smokin' pig label, original RR A / RR B stampers, black (and possibly also colored) vinyl. This LP had catalogue number This LP had catalogue number
  2. Same insert as # 1, multicolored vinyl, Wizardo Reissue Series label. This issue was probably produced by Mr. Wizardo's girl friend, who at the time had her own pressing company releasing records in colored and multicolored vinyl. This was from a new master, numbered MID .
  3. Beatles - Renaissance Minstrels: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: From Me To You: A2: Twist And Shout: A3: This Boy: A4: I Saw Her Standing There: A5: She Lovers You I: B1: I Want To Hold Your Hand: B2: Please Please Me: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release.
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  5. フロント レーベルタイトル・ABBEY ROAD REVISITED those were the daysジャケット・レーベル・Contra Band Musicレコード・レーベル・Blankマトリックス・WEC A/B 手書きSIDE AFrom Me To YouTwist And ShoutThis BoyI Saw Her Standing ThereShe Loves YouI Want To Hold Your HandPlease Please MeAll My Loving SIDE BYou Really Got A Hold On MeHave You Heard The.
  6. The songwriters are not listed on any of the songs, and to be honest the version of 'I saw Her standing there' revivals the Beatles' version, while I want to Hold your Hand is absolutely pathetic. Someone please give insight as to the pressing year, otherwise, the 'evidence' points to the fact that maybe this band actual wrote those.
  7. The Beatles - Renaissance MinstrelsOriginal PrintArtist: Fabio Traverso This auction is for an original print of the famous Beatles poster titled 'Renaissance Minstrels.' This is an original first print designated by 'Printed by Orbit USA' at the bottom. Later printings do not have this.
  8. First time on CD for Little Richard's three Reprise Records releases, dating from , and Signing for a major label was a renaissance for Richard's career, and he gives it his all on these recordings with interpretations of 'I Saw Her Standing There', 'Brown Sugar' and 'Dancing In The Street' plus a host of self-penned originals/5(19).