Label: ParlophoneLate 70s/early 80s Philippines pressing, black Parlophone label with all-yellow Parlophone logo & text characters - unique to the Philippines. Gatefold jacket.
Main difference between this and 1973 pressing The Beatles - Beatles For Sale is a thinner font in the catalog # on the label and doesn't have the notch/groove in the label 3/4" in. The PARI stamp and Stereo 33 1/3 RPM are at the top in white, split on either side of the Parlophone ￡.
Track A7 is titled as just "Kansas City" (Lieber-Stoller) This is the same as the original LP sleeve and the label listed the song as "Kansas City" (Lieber-Stoller). After the attorneys for Venice Music complained, the record label was revised to read: "Medley: (a) Kansas City (Leiber/Stoller) (P)1964 Macmelodies Ltd./KPM. (b) Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey (Penniman) Venice Mus. Ltd. (P) but this version remains the same as the original.
Manufactured Under License By Dyna Products Inc. in the Philippines. With the official PARI (Philippine Association of the Record Industry, Inc.) logo on front of the sleeve at upper right and on the labels. No text on the back of jacket.
Inside gatefold states Made and Printed in the Philippines