In 1964 Vee Jay Records, on the verge of losing the Beatles to Capitol Records, released “Jolly What! The Beatles and Frank Ifield on Stage.” The album, consisting of four previous released Beatles songs and eight by Frank Ifield, was considered a rip-off as these were not live recordings plus the Beatles and Frank Ifield never appeared on stage together. The album with a cover featuring a drawing of an “English gentleman” is worth up to $500.00. However, covers picturing the Beatles make the album worth up to $1,500.00 in mono and $8,000.00 in stereo. Both covers are shown here.
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