Beatles’ Greatest



Considering how many records they must’ve sold, it’s surprising how few Beatles platters I come across in my travels. And when I do, they’re usually slapped with a premium ‘Beatles tax’ on the asking price. But I did buy ‘Beatles’ Greatest’ because (a) it was going for a very reasonable £1.50 (b) it looked quite unusual – at first glance I thought the sleeve notes were in German, but closer inspection revealed the record was pressed in Holland, so I guess the notes are actually in Dutch.  I wonder how it ended up in the St. Peter’s Hospice in Yate Shopping Centre?

Whatever, a nice selection of early hits by the Fab Four, with vinyl in lovely condition, so no complaints here!

Published in: on December 6, 2009 at 9:29 am  Leave a Comment  

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