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This Decca 45 single, available to U.S. radio stations only, was the first Beatles record ever released in the US, credited to Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers (Decca 31382). Since the song was a failure, most of the promotional copies were tossed. It is extremely rare 45 single,“My Bonnie” on one side and “The Saints” on the other. They used “Beat Brothers” as "Beatles" was considered difficult to interpret by Germans, so Polydor (the European label) changed it. Record jacket is signed by Tony Sheridan and Pete Best, big, flourishing lettering in black felt tip. Condition of the record is overall EX, with some minor ring wear and some light pencil notations.
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