There are three different versions of this copy of the 1973 European (Dutch? / UK?) Benbecula Records release with the same name, containing the incomplete ’64 Hollywood Bowl recording:
OG 718 A / B 1H
OG 718 A / B 1L
OG 802 A / B 1J
All of these are made in Japan, from 1974 onwards.
OG 718 A / B 1H – the fold-out insert cover:
Blank labels only
OG 718 A / B 1L – the printed cover version:
Blank labels only
OG 802 A / B 1J:
Cover-wise, the one difference I can see is that the top right fold over seems to be cut straight, while the back of the earlier version OG 718 A / B 1L shows it cut at an angle, as shown here.
Matrix: NTT10 A / B Number on cover: P24 2813ST
One of the first bootlegs with a laminated cover, looking far more professional than what was produced in the US in 1972 (but also hard to take a good picture off. All the ones I have seen have a hazy & fuzzy quality to it).
Reissues had a matte cover finish, as this copy shown here for the logo detail:
“If I Fell” and “I Want To Hold Your Hand” had been removed, presumably to create space for the three extra tracks. The first two came from the Beatles’ 1966 Christmas Fan Club flexi. “What’s The New Mary Jane” was the first true stereo issue of this outtake.
And in the early 70’s, the Capitol Records acetate made its way East across the Atlantic.This is the continuation of the story I had summarized in this blog post . Was this the first European release of the Hollywood Bowl material? I believe it was.
The name Benbecula Records would appear on another popular European bootleg later in the decade:
Wish the Animals Were Here ca. 1977, presented 40 minutes of the ‘recorder 2’ source from the first night of the Animals Tour at Dortmund’s Westfalen Hall on 23 January 1977: