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SOUNDS INCORPORATED | Acetates of their first album, 1964, previously owned by Brian Epstein

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800

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SOUNDS INCORPORATED | Acetates of their first album, 1964, previously owned by Brian Epstein

SOUNDS INCORPORATED | Acetates of their first album, 1964, previously owned by Brian Epstein

Estimate:

800

to
- 1,200 GBP

Lot sold:

1,071

GBP

SOUNDS INCORPORATED

ACETATES OF THEIR FIRST ALBUM: "SOUNDS INCORPORATED". HAYES, MIDDLESEX: EMIDISC, [1964]


two 12 inch single-side lacquer discs, "Emidisc Recording Blank" labels with handwritten album title, side information, 'mono' and unidentified initials, FROM THE COLLECTION OF BRIAN EPSTEIN, plastic and paper sleeves, single leaf of provenance, numerous surface marks, sleeves heavily worn


ACETATES OF THE FIRST ALBUM BY A BAND WHICH TOURED WITH THE BEATLES.

Sounds Incorporated was a band formed in 1961 with a saxophone-led instrumental sound. They met The Beatles in Hamburg, signed to Brian Epstein's management and became Cilla Black's backing band. Their first album, Sounds Incorporated, was released in June 1964.

The band became The Beatles' opening act, including the New York City Shea Stadium concert in August 1965.

The band finally broke up in 1971.


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numerous surface marks, sleeves heavily worn.


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