B28596 – Beatles Quarrymen Related Percy Phillips Liverpool Unknown Artist Spoken Word Kensington Acetate (UK)
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An original Beatles/Quarrymen related single sided 7 inch Kensington spoken word acetate by an unknown artist that was recorded by Percy Phillips at his P. F. PHILLIPS Studios, 38 Kensington, Liverpool 7. The acetate dates to the late 1950s and it has labels on both sides. The Beatles then known as the Quarrymen travelled to the very same studio to cut their first disc in the summer of 1958. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lowe and Colin Hanton visited the studio to lay down their first record at a cost of 17 shillings 6d. The 10 inch 78rpm disc contained That’ll Be The Day on side one and In Spite Of All The Danger on side two. The condition is very good.
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