Something   b/w   Come Together

The Beatles
Something (Detail Only)

Label Apple
Catalogue No. R 5814
Recording Details Take 1 on 25th February 1969
Takes 1-13 on 16th April 1969
Takes 1-36 on 2nd May 1969
Take 37 (with new vocal) on 11th July 1969 Takes 38-39 on 16th July 1969
Release Date 31st October 1969
U.K. Chart Detail :
Entry Date :8th November 1969
Highest Position :4
Weeks in Chart :12 Weeks
Detail : The twenty-first official release.
The first single release by The Beatles of a track already issued on an album !

With this release there was a change to the Apple labelling - the "Sold in U.K." text has gone from the label.
The other significant change of course, "Harrisongs" for this release, where "Northern Songs" usually resides.

And below, the picture disc version released in England as part of the,
"It Was Twenty Years Ago" series, on 30th October 1989.

Picture Disc(A) Picture Disc(B)
The Picture Disc A-side The Picture Disc B-side

Irish Pressing
Also here is an example of an Irish issue of "Something/Come Together" which was released in Ireland in 1969.
Both sides of the record labels display the wording 'Made in the Republic of Ireland' and an extra "I" in the catalogue number.
The side 1 matrix is: 7XCE 18415-1, and the side 2 matrix: 7XCE 18416-2.
Come Together - Irish Edition

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