Nice try. Vee Jay printed 6000 LP covers and had the masters ready to go into production in July '63 but the bust of all the other Beatles material on Vee Jay, Swan, Tollie, etc. made them cancel the project. Once word got out about Capitol's interest in the band, Vee Jay then decided to start mass production. Oh and Introducing The Beatles at #2? LOL. Hear The Beatles Tell All made it to #2 as well, I recall reading on some charts it made it to #1 in November of that year. Any Beatles LP would have sold in America in '64. What's interesting is what didn't sell in '63. You know, all the UK smash hits. Of course we did. Unquestionably, Capitol Records blew the year 1963. Point is, once they recovered from their oversight and having the luxury of a one-year back catalog of LP's and singles to choose from, Dave Dexter and the label did a masterful job of playing catch-up. And, it should be added, walking through the minefield of issues and song limits with Vee Jay and United Artists contracts, it's one of the great accomplishments of modern record company operations.