Complete your The Beatles collection. This release is notorious for its controversial original cover photograph, known as the "Butcher Cover".
It was originally issued only in the United States and Canada, in June 1966.
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Released in North America in 1966, Yesterday And Today is a compilation of songs that were removed from the North American release of other Beatles albums, without input from the band. The Beatles' displeasure with the process led to an infamous album cover art controversy. Act Naturally and Yesterday were removed from the American release of Help. Drive My Car, If I needed Someone, Nowhere Man, and What Goes On were left off the American release of Rubber Soul. And Your Bird Can Sing, Doctor Robert, and I’m Only Sleeping were culled from the not-yet-released album, Revolver. Day Tripper"and "We Can Work It Out had been previously released together as a single
The Yesterday and Today album, released in June 1966, was originally printed with a cover depicting the Beatles dressed in butcher smocks, surrounded by pieces of raw meat and plastic doll parts. Due to public outrage, the album was quickly withdrawn and the cover replaced by one with a more modest design. The value of the copies of Yesterday and Today with a Butcher cover lies with the cover itself; the records within them are relatively common. For those interested in owning a Butcher cover, there is both good news and bad news.
Released June 20th, 1966. And Today" back cover. Make-Up Of The Album. Since the recording sessions for three albums make up the contents of this make-shift American album, the time span involved stretches nearly eleven months, from June 14th, 1965 to May 6th, 1966. While it is much more common today for sessions to complete an album to take this long, it is enormous according to Beatle years. The sessions break down as follows
Owing to business and market differences between England and America, the label had reconfigured every one of the group's long-players in America up to that point, and also generated a few LPs out of singles, B-sides, and EP tracks that had no . equivalent on 12" vinyl - the Beatles had tolerated it all quietly in the early.