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Beatles Tribute Band List. Beatles Radio Poll Results. Beatles Radio by the Album. The sleeve, designed by Pop artist Richard Hamilton, is famously blank but every one of these copies was faded, stained, torn, illustrated, signed or otherwise altered in some unique way, whether by a human hand or simply by the passing of time

They had the rights to the biggest group in the world ever, the Beatles, and the only way to make any new money out of them was to either rely on steady but unspectacular sales of all their catalog albums or put together a new version of a greatest-hits. When, in 1966, there was a gap in the Christmas market between Revolver and Sgt. Pepper, which wouldn't appear for a further six months, they had released the compilation A Collection of Beatles Oldies, and it hadn't worked.

Certainly the best Beatles album- it shows every side of them. Their rocking side (the opening track, Getting Better, the reprise), their soft, melodic, beautiful side (She's Leaving Home), their experimental side (Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Fixing A Hole, Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite!, Within You Without You, and A Day In The Life of course. and their pop side. Not just one of the greatest Beatles albums, but one of the greatest albums of all time! Pepper is the bigger album and production and the ultimate moment in Rock. But Revolver is the better album.

You could call it Beatles Revolution. Back in 1970, the Beatles were breaking apart. John and Yoko were together, Paul was with Linda, George found spirituality, and Ringo, well, he was and still is the coolest man ever. Up until this point, the Beatles had been master architects and craftsmen in the studio with the help of producer, George Martin. Specifically, Abbey Road was released on September 26, 1969, and was really the Beatles last album. It would not only arguably be the Beatles' greatest album but the greatest album of all time. Here is our case for what could have been the greatest album that never was, which we would call Beatles Revolution. Just like Sgt. Pepper’s was a breakthrough concept album, Revolution would be a concept album leading the listener through the story of the Beatles' final goodbye.

All The Beatles’ previous albums had been rush jobs – their debut was recorded in four hours. But in 1966, the quartet pulled off the road for good to devote themselves to songwriting and record-making. But time has affirmed the enduring worth of Revolver. It now stands as The Beatles’ greatest album. Greg Kot is the music critic at the Chicago Tribune. His work can be found here.

Other albums by The Beatles on the chart: Meet the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Rubber Soul, Abbey Road, Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, and Revolver. Interesting Facts about the White Album. The working title for the album was A Doll's House. Don't Pass Me By" is the first song written by Ringo Starr to appear on a Beatles album. Producer George Martin suddenly left for a vacation during the recording of the album, leaving engineer Chris Thomas in charge of producing

1963 - Please Please Me. 1963 - With The Beatles. 1964 - A Hard Day& Night. 1964 - Beatles For Sale. 1967 - Sgt. Pepper& Lonely Hearts Club Band. 1969 - Yellow Submarine.

This is the first Beatles album that's entirely comprised of original material. John Lennon and Paul McCartney had grown into such strong songwriters that they no longer needed to rely on covers. 10. ‘With The Beatles’. Although Lennon and McCartney wrote some great tunes on their second LP ("All My Loving," "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "It Won't be Long"), the covers on 1963's With The Beatles are the real highlights. George Harrison almost manages to one-up Chuck Berry on "Beethoven," while Motown classics "Please Mister Postman," "You Really Got A Hold On Me" and "Money (That's What I Want)" are Beatle-ized to the point that you nearly forget about the original.

The Beatles' final album, which was actually recorded before 'Abbey Road' but released after, was mired in confusion. After the sprawling and tension-filled sessions for 'The White Album,' in which the four members basically became each other's backing bands, the Beatles secluded themselves in the studio, hoping to rekindle their passion for music and each other. It didn't work out that way. The album sat on the shelves for more than a year, until producer Phil Spector tried assembling a record from the aborted sessions

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 I Want To Hold Your Hand
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A2 Twist And Shout
Written-By – Russell*, Medley*
A3 A Hard Day's Night
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A4 Eight Days A Week
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A5 I Should Have Known Better
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A6 Long Tall Sally
Written-By – Johnson*, Penniman*, Blackwell*
A7 She Loves You
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A8 Please Mister Postman
Written-By – Holland*
B1 I Feel Fine
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B2 Rock And Roll Music
Written-By – Berry*
B3 Ticket To Ride
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B4 Please Please Me
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B5 It Won't Be Long
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B6 From Me To You
Written-By – McCartney-Lennon*
B7 Can't Buy Me Love
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B8 All My Loving
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney

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  • Made By – N.V. Bovema
  • Printed By – Habo


BIEM version.
and the run-out groove numbers are different than the STEMRA version and the other BIEM version.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (run-out groove A): 1C062-04207-A-2 F
  • Matrix / Runout (center-label A): YBEX 50069
  • Matrix / Runout (run-out groove B): 1C062-04207-B-2 F
  • Matrix / Runout (center-label B): YBEX 50070

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMO 83991 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp) Odeon SMO 83991 Germany 1965
OMHS 3001 The Beatles Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Gol) Parlophone, Odeon OMHS 3001 Netherlands 1975
OMHS 3001 Beatles* Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Parlophone Odeon, Odeon, Parlophone OMHS 3001 Netherlands Unknown
1C 062-04 207 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Odeon 1C 062-04 207 Germany Unknown
1C 062-04 207 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Odeon, EMI Electrola 1C 062-04 207 Germany 1973