|Eight Days A Week - A-side||Eight Days A Week - B-side|
|Country of Origin||U.S.A.|
|Original Release Date||15th february 1965|
|U.S. Chart Detail :|
|Detail :||"Eight Days A Week" had been considered as a single in England, but was discarded in favour of "I Feel Fine". Which
was a great shame (why couldn't we have had both ?), because this is a track which always get great reaction at party's.
In the United States this record sold over a million copies and was another chart-topper.
First pressings were on Capitol in 1965 with the label being the orange and yellow "swirl", and WITHOUT "A Subsidiary of ..."
in the perimeter print. This initial issue also came in two different sleeves.
In 1971 "Eight Days A Week" first appeared on Apple with two different label variations, my example pictured above NOT
having a star on the label, others do.
In 1976 and in 1978 two more Capitol versions were issued, the first with Orange label, the second on Purple.
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