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July 22, 1963 - The Beatles' first US album, Introducing The Beatles was pressed by Vee-Jay Records, who thought they had obtained the legal rights from EMI affiliate, Trans-Global Records. When it was finally released in January, 1964, Capitol Records would hit Vee Jay with an injunction against manufacturing records by the Beatles. After a trial, Vee-Jay was allowed to release any Beatles records that they had masters of until October 15th, 1964. •• #thebeatles #thisdayinmusic #1960s…

The Beatles - Introducing The Beatles LP (Authentic Mono Version 2 Original) - 1964 - Vee-Jay LP 1062 - Vintage Vinyl LP Record Album

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The Beatles - Introducing The Beatles LP (Authentic Mono Version 2 Original) - 1964 - Vee-Jay LP 1062 - Vintage Vinyl LP Record Album

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