Rarely Seen for sale anywhere on the globe Super Ultra Mega Rare Capitol Compact 33 SPRO-2905/06 Promotional 7" EP
This Capitol Souvenir Record (Capitol SPRO-2905/06) was issued in 1965 to celebrate the grand opening of Capitol Records 3rd U.S. pressing plant in Jacksonville Illinois. It was made in the most limited of issues and was never ever offered for sale to the public !!
Capitol celebrated the opening if its third pressing plant in Jacksonville, Illinois, with a compact 33 containing snippets of songs recorded by its most profitable artists. Company president Alan Livingston wrote in the sleeve notes: "This new facility is more than the result of our ever-growing production demands, it is to us at Capitol the fulfillment of a long-time dream - The world's first completely automatic twelve-inch record manufacturing plant. We are very proud of our achievement, and of vice president George Jones and the others who envisioned it long before it became a reality." This new Capitol Jacksonville pressing plant was considered "The House The Beatles Built" !!
Ramblin' Rose (Nat King Cole)
I Want To Hold Your Hand (The Beatles)
Lullaby of Birdland (The George Shearing Quintet)
Three Coins In the Fountain (Frank Sinatra)
The Way You Look Tonight (The Lettermen)
Seventy-Six Trombones (Robert Preston)
I've Got a Tiger By The Tail (Buck Owens)
The Trolley Song (Judy Garland)
Little Deuce Coupe (The Beach Boys)
How Glad I Am (Nancy Wilson)
Tom Dooley (The Kingston Trio)
Sixteen Tons (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Fever (Peggy Lee)
I Love You Because (Al Martino)
People (Barbra Streisand)
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