In going through my vinyls I found a really messed up release. I have this album https://musicbrainz.org/release/89da8149-f6d6-4cd6-9efc-a086c2c944d5
The oldest edit entry was made by the honorable @jmurphy on 8/1/2002. Here are some of the problems. It’s a 12" Vinyl and the current discogs link https://www.discogs.com/release/464292 is correct for my/this album. The MB cover art is wrong. People have added disc id’s and disc toc’s. CD info should not be here. On 9/18/2017 an editor tried to correctly delete the comma in Hello Goodbye. It was rejected https://musicbrainz.org/edit/47844205
IMHO the removal of the comma was correct. See http://www.beatlesebooks.com/hello-goodbye
Even the 7" single did not have the comma. Yes, there are many releases that have the comma. All are from later releases (especially CDs), even Capitol added the comma with post releases. It doesn’t change the fact that it originally did not have the comma. It doesn’t matter that there are a thousand commas in the later different forms of releases. Commas were added after the fact. IMO it doesn’t make it right.
Okay, I just took a deep breath and counted to 10. ( I won’t even cringe as I think of Ringo playing the Membranophone.) Would one of you super eds take a look at the aforementioned entry and see if it can be fixed to reflect this specific entry? I can furnish more info but the discogs link has all the correct specs. I purchased this album new in 1967. It is not a remaster and it has all the matrix markings and the 24 page picture book. I’d give fixing it a try but the complexity to do so is beyond my current skill level. I would hate to have it go from bad to worse. Sincerely LL.