Promotionaltitle sleeve for Vee-Jay 581 DJ! Released January, 1964! ULTRA-RARE ORIGINAL! The blue and white sleeve proudly describes the release as “THE RECORD THAT STARTED "BEATLEMANIA”. PROMOTIONAL ISSUE SPECIAL TITLE SLEEVE. It refers to the group’s January 3, 1964, film clip on The Jack Paar Show and its upcoming appearances on the February 9 and Fabruary 16, 1964, Ed Sallivan Show and to the group being featured in Time, Life and Newsweek magazines. These references to the spread of Beatlemania in America give this special title sleeve historical importance. The sleeve’s significance combined with its limited production has made this one of the most sought after and valuable sleeves.
Accompanied by Letter of Authenticity from Perry Cox!!!
"Please Please Me / From Me To You" Vee-Jay 581 DJ. Released January, 1964! PROMOTIONALCOPY. The promotional copy for this record, differs from those previously issued by Vee-Jay. This label has blue brackets logos on the left and right sides of the center hole and black print above and below the center hole. The words “PROMOTIONAL COPY” appear in blue below the logos. This record were manufactured by Monarch Records. Machine stamp “MR” appear in the trail off areas. "AudioMatrix" stamps on the both sides. Matrix numbers: 63-3218 / 63-2967. Job numbers: ∆ 47843 / ∆ 46527.