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NY: Apple Records, 1971. Double LP record (SVBB 3380), first pressing with Bell Sound logo etched in the run-off grooves. Gatefold sleeve, with front and back covers designed by John Lennon (the former a double-exposed Polaroid photograph of Yoko Ono's face seen through a glass vase, taken at George Maciunas' Dumpling Party at the Fluxhouse Cooperative, New York, June 29, 1971); interior cover collage by George Maciunas (who also assisted in the music production, along with Dan Richter, May Pang and others); original inner sleeves printing lyrics and credits designed and illustrated by Yoko Ono.

Complete with poster featuring a b/w photograph of Yoko by Raeanne Rubenstein, and a postcard with a die-cut hole printing Yoko's 'A Hole To See The Sky Through' on one side, and on the other an order form for the Touchstone p/b edition of 'Grapefruit' (the cover of which used a variant of Rubenstein's photograph).

The album's title track (with Yoko vocalising the part of the insect) is the soundtrack of John and Yoko's eponymous film, aka 'Film No. 13'; 'Airmale' and 'You' (both featuring Fluxus musician Joe Jones) were used on the soundtrack to Lennon's film 'Erection'; and 'Telephone Piece' began as an instruction in 'Grapefruit'.

Discs Near Mint; poster, postcard and gatefold sleeve all Near Fine.

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