J. Fish design, without a doubt.
Date of release: March 1974
SIDE A: Johnny B. Goode (Saturday Club # 280, recorded 7 January 1964)/ Shout (Around The Beatles, rec. 19 April 1964)/ Pop Go The Beatles/ You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me Pop Go The Beatles # 14, rec. 3 September ’63/ Memphis Tennessee (2:18)/ Happy Birthday, Saturday Club (0:30) (last 2 tracks: Saturday Club # 261, recorded 7 September 1963)/ This Boy/ Twist And Shout/ I Want To Hold Your Hand
“RARE BEATLES (also titled HAPPY BIRTHDAY on another insert), CBM TB5030, distributed in March 1974, four previously unreleased songs made their debut, unfortunately in poor quality and noticeably slow (among these, “Johnny B. Goode” can hardly be recognized!). This LP first appeared with blank labels, and had a few repressings on various other CBM labels.”
“Another handful of BBC songs, this time from “Saturday Club” (funny how BBC songs appeared in batches), were released on titles like RARE BEATLES and HAPPY BIRTHDAY. All poor quality, they included “Johnny B. Goode” (incomplete and with an annoying glitch of static), “Memphis” and “Happy Birthday Saturday Club”. “
Side A: Johhny B. Goode/ Shout/ Pop Goes The Beatles/ You Really Got A Hold On Me/ Memphis/ Happy Birthday/ Some Other Guy/ Lucille/ Boys/ Act Naturally/ Shout # 2
Side B: Murray The K 1964 (Interviews And “She Loves You” twice Plus “Shout”)/ I’ll Be On My Way/ Soldier Of Love
Not “The record HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Wizardo Records, WRMB 345, featured the BBC track of this song plus songs from other records.” The beginning of side 2 is possibly the same as side 2 on CBM’s Soldier of Love (TB 1022) – a pirate of the As It Happened – Murray The K & The Beatles EP.
Otherwise, CBM’s Soldier of Love features a completely different track list for side 1 when compared to Wizardo’s later version.