Extremely rare double-sided 12-inch acetate for the Rolling Stones’ 1970 live album ‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!' The Rolling Stones in Concert,’ with both sides featuring “Apple Corps Ltd. 3 Savile Row London W1., Custom Recording” labels respectively marked “Side One” and “Side Two,” and both reading: “’Get Your Yah Yah’s Out,’ The Rolling Stones, Stereo.” In very good to fine condition, with damp-staining to the labels. Acetate test pressings are made of a material much more fragile than the vinyl used for production records, and they are made in extremely limited qualities. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Tracks. Differing from the final version released on Decca Records in early September 1970, this incredibly early test pressing represents the original mix of what was later to become the first live album to reach No. 1 in the UK charts. Apple only pressed these test records for a short duration between 1968-1970, making each and every ‘Apple Acetate’ a scarce and highly sought-after piece of Rolling Stones history.
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