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Trio 1963 Free Record A Surprise Gift From The Beatles, The Beach Boys & The Kingston TrioGo Back
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Original 1960s promotional-only 7″ 33 rpm advertisement record, titled “A Surprise Gift From The Beatles, The Beach Boys And The Kingston Trio!” This was issued by Capitol Records as a way of getting more people to subscribe to their record club . I believe this was included as a free insert in several popular teen magazines of the era. It measures 7″ x 21″ and is in three connected panels. The middle record panel is laminated. The record contains narrated excerpts of one song by each artist (“Roll Over Beethoven” by The Beatles; “Little Deuce Coupe” by The Beach Boys; “When The Saints Go Marching In” by The Kingston Trio). There is a little waviness to each of the panels from storage over the years and one tiny pressure crease in the upper-left corner of the middle/record panel only ( not on the record playing surface). There are no creases on the record playing surface itself and no stains or tears either. It is still very clean and presentable.
The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Kingston Trio