Stones on DECCA

Get Yer Ya Ya's Out

Page created on May 12, 2022
Updated on Jul 17, 2022
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Released in The UK on September 4th 1970.

This is the first real live record released by the band. It was recorded during their 1969 tour of the USA. There was another live record released in 1966 but that one is mostly studio recordings with added audiens sound. Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out is the first record released only with boxed logo and only in stereo in The UK.

Vinyl Version

No versions on the vinyl pressing is existing on this record.

Cover versions

The sleeve for this record was manufactured by many different supplier. Different shades of purple can be found on the front sleeve and the back has often the sleeve manufacturer mentioned.
Early sleeves are laminated on both sides and later sleeves has the lamination only on the front side.

Color versions on the frame

Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out sold initially in very large quantities. Decca had to commission several printer to manufacture sleeves in order to meet the demand. This did also lead to the fact that the color on the frame around the front picture can be found in various purple shades. None of these can be considered as first printings as they were in fact manufactured and used by Decca at the very same time.
Several of the sleeves made by different suppliers has been found with inner bags dated 7-70.
This picture presents some of the records in my collection. The upper four sleeves are with full lamination and made during the initial production phase. The three bottom sleeves has lamination only on the front and were made in the mid 70’s.

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Printed By

Decca had to order sleeves form three or four different printers to be able to cover the expected demand. It is not known who manufactured the sleeve that has the “Sleeve printed in England” text. It is either made by some of the three major sleeve manufactures that has the name mentioned or then a fourth separate company. The first four sleeves presented here has all to be considered as first and original sleeves as all of them has been found with inner bags dated 7-70.

"Sleeve printed in England"

This version can be found with fully laminated sleeves

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"Sleeve printed in England by Robert Stace."

This version can be found with fully laminated sleeves

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"Sleeve printed in England by Upton Printing Group"

This version can be found with fully laminated sleeves

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"Sleeve printed in England by Clout & Baker Ltd."

This version can be found with both fully laminated sleeves as well as sleeves with only front side laminated.

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"Sleeve printed in England by Clout & Baker Ltd."

This version has the printer text on the same line as the Lamination text. Only sleeves with lamination on the front side are existing.
Sleeves with this text were made from c. 1976 and on.

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Label versions

Lots of label version are existing. Again because of the big amount of LP’s pressed. Here are a few of them. The factory had most probably started to implement some kind of quality control by now as most of the records has the same label version on both sides of the record. Previous records are usually found with missmatchad label design pairs. This is also the first LP that was only manufactured with the new boxed label design. The original non-boxed design was dropped from production in the beginning of 1970.

This is also the first record that was made only in a stereo version. Mono recordings were phased out during 1970 and finally dropped fully in 1971.

Stereo boxed Side 1

Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 1 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V1)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB boxed with GEMA under
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the BIEM box
Font: Times New Roman looking font style
Tape number: No cross before or after
Dot missing in between SKL and 5065

This label can be found in inner bags with date code 7-70. This label was used during the initial production of the record.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 2 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V2)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB boxed with GEMA under.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the BIEM box.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label can be found in sleeves that has “Printed In England” on the back side indicating that this is a label already used in 1970.
It can also be found in inner bags with date code 7-70.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 3 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V3)

Copyright box: Only GEMA on this one.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of GEMA.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label can be found in inner bags with date code 7-70. This label was used during the initial production of the record.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 4 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V4)

Copyright box: BIEM, NCB and GEMA without a box.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the Copyright codes.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label was probably used from 1972 and on. It has been found in bags dated 11-73 and 10-76. Only 1970 mentioned as Copyright year.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 5 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V5)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a small box with GEMA on top of the box.
Speed is missing.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape numbers with slash marks on both sides.

This label was used in the mid and late 70’s. Side number is on the right side of the center hole.
Only 1970 mentioned as Copyright year.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 6 (SKL5065/S1/D10/V6)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a box with GEMA above
No Speed marking.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number with slashes on both side.

This one has several copyright years mentioned on the bottom of the label.

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Side 1 / Design No 10 / Version 7 (SKL5065/S1/D4/V7)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a box.
Speed above the BIEM NCB box.
Font: Arial looking font style.
Tape numbers in parenthesis.

Two almost identical labels. The only difference is the location of BIEM box and Speed text.
Only 1970 mentioned as copyright year. This label is used in the mid an late 70’s.

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Stereo boxed Side 2

Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 1 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V1)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB boxed with GEMA under
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the BIEM box
Font: Times New Roman looking font style
Tape number: No cross before or after
Dot missing in between SKL and 5065

This label can be found in inner bags with date code 7-70. This label was used during the initial production of the record.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 2 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V2)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB boxed with GEMA under.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the BIEM box.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label can be found in sleeves that has “Printed In England” on the back side indicating that this is a label already used in 1970.
It can also be found in inner bags with date code 7-70.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 3 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V3)

Copyright box: Only GEMA on this one.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of GEMA.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label can be found in inner bags with date code 7-70. This label was used during the initial production of the record.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 4 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V4)

Copyright box: BIEM, NCB and GEMA without a box.
Speed 33 1/3 on top of the Copyright codes.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number: Cross both before and after the tape number.

This label was probably used from 1972 and on. It has been found in bags dated 11-73 and 10-76. Only 1970 mentioned as Copyright year.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 5 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V5)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a small box with GEMA on top of the box.
Speed is missing.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape numbers with slash marks on both sides.

This label was used in the mid and late 70’s. Side number is on the right side of the center hole.
Only 1970 mentioned as Copyright year.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 6 (SKL/S2/D410V6)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a box with GEMA above
No Speed marking.
Font: Ariel looking font style.
Tape number with slashes on both side.

This one has several copyright years mentioned on the bottom of the label.

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Side 2 / Design No 10 / Version 7 (SKL5065/S2/D10/V7)

Copyright box: BIEM and NCB in a box with GEMA below the box.
Speed above the BIEM NCB box.
Font: Arial looking font style.
Tape numbers in parenthesis.

Only 1970 mentioned as copyright year. This label is used in the mid an late 70’s.

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Export to Germany / SKL 16.670P

Design No 10 / Version 1 (SKL16670P/S1/D10/V1) & (SKL16670P/S2/D10/V1)

Decca UK made a small set of Get Yer Ya Ya’s albums for export to Germany. Catalog number used on this export version is the same as used in Germany for the same album. Everything on the sleeve and the labels are the same as a stock UK album except the catalog number.

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SKL 16670 cover back side

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White label

Design No 10 / Version W (SKL5065/S1/D10/VW) & (SKL5065/S1/D10/VW)

White label version. Probably pressed in 1973 to promote the current European tour.

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