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  1. 1. Benedict (Viktor) Gombocz Beatles albums
  2. 2. Please Please Me (1963)  The Beatles‟ debut album.  Was rush-released by Parlophone on 22 March 1963 in the United Kingdom to profit from the success of singles “Please Please Me” (No. 1 on most lists, but only No. 2 on Record Retailer) and “Love Me Do” (No. 17).  Of its fourteen songs, eight were written and credited to Lennon-McCartney (initially credited as “McCartney-Lennon”), early proof of what Rolling Stone subsequently called “[their invention of] the idea of the self-contained rock band, composing their own songs and playing their own instruments”.  In 2012, it was voted 39th on Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
  3. 3. Please Please Me track listing  All tracks written by McCartney-Lennon, except where noted.  1. “I Saw Her Standing There”  2. “Misery”  3. “Anna (Go to Him)” (Arthur Alexander)  4. “Chains” (Gerry Goffin, Carole King)  5. “Boys” (Luther Dixon, Was Farrell)  6. “Ask Me Why”  7. “Please Please Me”  8. “Love Me Do”  9. “P.S. I Love You”  10. “Baby, It‟s You” (Mack David, Barney Williams, Burt Bacharach)  11. “Do You Want to Know a Secret?”  12. “A Taste of Honey” (Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow)  13. “There‟s a Place”  14. “Twist and Shout” (Phil Medley, Bert Russell)
  4. 4. With the Beatles (1963)  The Beatles‟ second studio album and my favorite Beatles album.  Recorded four months after the band‟s debut album Please Please Me; released on 22 November 1963 on Parlophone.  Features eight original compositions (seven by Lennon-McCartney and “Don‟t Bother Me”, George Harrison‟s first written solo composition and his first released on a Beatles album) and six covers (mainly of Motown and R&B hits).  The majority of the songs from the album were released in the United States by Capital Records as the Meet the Beatles! LP on 20 January 1964; the rest were featured on their subsequent U.S. album, The Beatles’ Second Album.  Was also released in November 1963 by Capital Records in Canada with the title Beatlemania! With the Beatles, a release that had the feature of being the first LP of Beatles material released in North America, preceding the Capital U.S. Meet the Beatles! and the Vee Jay Records Introducing…the Beatles LPs by two months.  The album‟s cover photograph was taken by the fashion photographer, Robert Freeman, and it has been imitated by numerous bands throughout the years.
  5. 5. With the Beatles track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “It Won‟t Be Long”  2. “All I‟ve Got to Do”  3. “All My Loving”  4. “Don‟t Bother Me”  5. “Little Child”  6. “Till There Was You” (Meredith Willson)  7. “Please Mister Postman”  8. “Roll Over Beethoven” (Chuck Berry)  9. “Hold Me Tight”  10. “You Really Got a Hold on Me” (Smokey Robinson)  11. “I Wanna Be Your Man”  12. “Devil in Her Heart” (Richard Drapkin)  13. “Not a Second Time”  14. “Money (That‟s What I Want)” (Janie Bradford, Berry Gordy)
  6. 6. A Hard Day’s Night (1964)  The Beatles‟ third studio album; released on 10 July 1964 , with the first seven songs from the soundtrack to their movie of the same name.  The American version was released two weeks prior (26 June 1964, with a different track listing).  First Beatles album to be completely recorded on four- track tape, making decent stereo mixes possible.  Showcases the group‟s songwriting abilities, but sticks to the vital rock and roll instrumentation and song arrangement.  Includes some of their most well known songs, such as the title track, with its diverse, immediately familiar opening chord, and the previously released “Can‟t Buy Me Love” (both were transatlantic lead singles for the group).  The album‟s name was the unintended creation of drummer Ringo Starr; according to John Lennon in a 1980 interview with Playboy magazine: “I was going home in the car and Dick Lester [director of the movie] suggested the title, A Hard Day’s Night, from something Ringo had said. I had used it in In His Own Write, but it was an off-the-cuff remark by Ringo. You know, one of those malapropisms. A Ringo-ism, where he said it not to be funny ... just said it. So Dick Lester said, 'We are going to use that title.‟”  In 2000, it was ranked at number five in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever.  In 2012, it was voted 307th on Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
  7. 7. A Hard Day’s Night track listing  All tracks credited to John Lennon and Paul McCartney.  1. “A Hard Day‟s Night”*  2. “I Should Have Known Better”*  3. “If I Fell”*  4. “I‟m Happy Just to Dance with You”*  5. “And I Love Her”*  6. “Tell Me Why”*  7. “Can‟t Buy Me Love”*  8. “Any Time at All”  9. “I‟ll Cry Instead”  10. “Things We Said Today”  11. “When I Get Home”  12. “You Can‟t Do That”  13. “I‟ll Be Back”  *From the movie A Hard Day’s Night.
  8. 8. Beatles for Sale (1964)  The Beatles‟ fourth studio album (and my second favorite Beatles album), released on 4 December 1964 and produced by George Martin for Parlophone.  Marked a trivial turning point in the advancement of the Lennon-McCartney partnership; John Lennon especially showed interest in writing songs of a more autobiographical character.  “I‟m a Loser” shows Lennon coming under the influence of Bob Dylan for the first time; he met Dylan in August 1964 while the Beatles were on tour.  Did not release any singles in the UK; the non-album songs “I Feel Fine” and “She‟s a Woman” filled in that role.  Nonetheless, that pairing was followed in the United States by “Eight Days a Week”, which became their seventh number one in March 1965.  Reached the UK number one spot; remained there for 11 of the 46 weeks that it spent in the Top 20.  Did not surface as a normal album in the U.S. until 1987; in place of it was Beatles ’65, of which eight tracks were from Beatles for Sale, including the A and B-sides of “I Feel Fine” and “I‟ll Be Back” from the UK album A Hard Day’s Night.  Beatles ‘65 spent a nine-week run at the top of the U.S. charts from January 1965.
  9. 9. Beatles for Sale track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “No Reply”  2. “I‟m a Loser”  3. “Baby‟s in Black”  4. “Rock and Roll Music” (Chuck Berry)  5. “I‟ll Follow the Sun”  6. “Mr. Moonlight” (Roy Lee Johnson)  7. “Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!” (Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller/Richard Penniman)  8. “Eight Days a Week”  9. “Words of Love” (Buddy Holly)  10. “Honey Don‟t” (Carl Perkins)  11. “Every Little Thing”  12. “I Don‟t Want to Spoil the Party”  13. “What You‟re Doing”  14. “Everybody‟s Trying to Be My Baby” (Perkins)
  10. 10. Help! (1965)  The Beatles‟ fifth British and tenth North American album (and my sixth favorite Beatles album), and the soundtrack from their movie Help!  Produced by George Martin for EMI‟s Parlophone Records; includes fourteen tracks in its initial British version, of which the first half appeared in the movie; these songs occupied the first side of the vinyl album and included the singles “Help!” and “Ticket to Ride”.  The second side included seven other releases, such as the most covered song ever written, “Yesterday”.  The American release was a real soundtrack album, blending the first seven songs with orchestral material from the movie.  Of the seven other tracks released on the British version, two were released on the U.S. version of the follow up album, Rubber Soul; two were back-to-back on the subsequent U.S. single and afterward appeared on Yesterday and Today, and three were already released on Beatles VI.  In 2012, it was voted 331st on Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
  11. 11. Help! track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Help!”*  2. “The Night Before”*  3. “You‟ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”*  4. “I Need You”*(George Harrison)  5. “Another Girl”*  6. “You‟re Going to Lose That Girl”*  7. “Ticket to Ride”*  8. “Act Naturally” (Johnny Russell, Voni Morrison)  9. “It‟s Only Love”  10. “You Like Me Too Much” (George Harrison)  11. “Tell Me What You See”  12. “I‟ve Just Seen a Face”  13. “Yesterday”  14. “Dizzy Miss Lizzy” (Larry Williams)  *From the movie Help!
  12. 12. Rubber Soul (1965)  The Beatles‟ sixth studio album, released on 3 December 1965.  Produced by George Martin; was recorded in a period of only four weeks in time for the Christmas market.  In contrast to the five preceding albums, it was recorded during a specific period; the sessions were not dashed off in between either tour dates or during filming projects.  Afterwards, every Beatles album would be made with no need to focus on other obligations, other than the production of short promotional films.  Is a folk rock album; also integrates pop and soul music techniques.  Was portrayed as a significant artistic accomplishment, reaching widespread critical and commercial success, with critics observing the Beatles‟ developing musical image.  Was successful both commercially and critically, and is often regarded as one of the greatest albums in music history.  In 2012, it was placed at #5 on Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
  13. 13. Rubber Soul track listing  All songs written and composed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Drive My Car”  2. “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”  3. “You Won‟t See Me”  4. “Nowhere Man”  5. “Think for Yourself” (Harrison)  6. “The Word”  7. “Michelle”  8. “What Goes On” (Lennon-McCartney-Richard Starkey)  9. “Girl”  10. “I‟m Looking Through You”  11. “In My Life”  12. “Wait”  13. “If I Needed Someone” (Harrison)  14. “Run for Your Life”
  14. 14. Revolver (1966)  The Beatles‟ seventh studio album (and my fourth favorite Beatles album), released on 5 August 1966 on the Parlophone label and produced by George Martin.  Many of its songs feature an electric guitar- rock sound that differs from their preceding LP, the folk rock inspired Rubber Soul (1965).  In Britain, its fourteen songs released to radio stations during 1966, “building anticipation for what would clearly be a radical new phase in the group's recording career”.  Reached number one on the British chart on 13 August 1966, charting for 34 weeks; also reached number one on the American chart, remaining at the top spot for six weeks.  Was remastered on 9 September 2009 for the first time since its 1987 digital compact disc release.  Was placed at number 1 in the All-Time Top 1000 Albums and number 3 in the Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
  15. 15. Revolver track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Taxman” (George Harrison)  2. “Eleanor Rigby”  3. “I‟m Only Sleeping”  4. “Love You To” (Harrison)  5. “Here, There and Everywhere”  6. “Yellow Submarine”  7. “She Said, She Said”  8. “Good Day, Sunshine”  9. “And Your Bird Can Sing”  10. “For No One”  11. “Doctor Robert”  12. “I Want to Tell You” (Harrison)  13. “Got to Get You into My Life”  14. “Tomorrow Never Knows”
  16. 16. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)  Frequently abbreviated to Sgt. Pepper(s).  The Beatles‟ eighth studio album and my fifth favorite Beatles album.  Released 1 June 1967; included songs like “With a Little Help from My Friends”, “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”, and “A Day in the Life”.  Continued the artistic maturation begun on the band‟s previous album, Revolver (1966); further left the conventional pop rock idiom of the 60s and integrated balladry, psychedelic, music hall, and symphonic influences.  Throughout the Sgt. Pepper sessions, the group improved on the value of their music‟s production while searching for experimental recording methods; producer George Martin‟s original approach included using an orchestra.  Commonly acclaimed and mimicked, the album cover, designed by British pop artists Peter Blake and Jann Haworth, was influenced by a sketch by Paul McCartney that depicted the group standing in front of a collage of some of their favourite celebrities.  Was an international critical and commercial success, and spent 27 weeks at the top of the UK Album Chart and 15 weeks at number one on the US Billboard 200.  Influential work in the coming psychedelic rock style; was critically celebrated when it was released, winning four Grammy Awards in 1968.  One of the world‟s best selling albums, with approximately 32 million copies sold.  Regarded by many as the most prominent and well known rock album in history, and has been named the greatest album of all time by both All Time Top 1000 Albums and Rolling Stone.
  17. 17. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band track listing  Sgt. Pepper was the first Beatles album to be released with matching track listings in the UK and the US. The American release initially left out the side two runout groove and inner groove sound effects, restored for the international CD issue, released on 1 June 1987.  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Sgt. Pepper‟s Lonely Hearts Club Band”  2. “With a Little Help from My Friends”  3. “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”  4. “Getting Better”  5. “Fixing a Hole”  6. “She‟s Leaving Home”  7. “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!”  8. “Within You Without You” (George Harrison)  9. “When I‟m Sixty-Four”  10. “Lovely Rita”  11. “Good Morning, Good Morning”  12. “Sgt. Pepper‟s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)”  13. “A Day in the Life”  Track list information as said by Graham Calkin, Mark Lewisohn and Ian MacDonald.
  18. 18. Magical Mystery Tour (1967)  Double EP and LP.  Produced by George Martin, both including the six-song soundtrack to the 1967 film Magical Mystery Tour.  Released in the United Kingdom on 8 December 1967 as a six-song double EP on the Parlophone label; in the United States, the record, released on 27 November 1967, was an eleven-song LP compiled by Capital Records, with the addition of the group‟s 1967 single releases.  Was also released in Germany, France, Spain, Yugoslavia, Australia, and Japan.  Until 1976, the recordings were not released in the UK as an eleven-song LP.  The soundtrack was a critical and commercial success, a #1 in the U.S., and Grammy-nominated, in spite of widespread media disapproval of the Magical Mystery Tour movie.  In 1987, when the Beatles revised its whole catalog for digital Compact Disc release, the 1967 U.S. LP release‟s track-listing was assumed as the formal “core catalogue” version of the Magical Mystery Tour recordings instead of the six-song 1967 UK release which would not have been a realistic design in the CD era.  Was remasteed on 9 September 2009 for the first time since its album release.
  19. 19. Magical Mystery Tour track listing  Album  All songs written and composed by Lennon- McCartney, except where noted (*from the movie Magical Mystery Tour).  1. “Magical Mystery Tour”*  2. “The Fool on the Hill”*  3. “Flying”*(John Lennon/Paul McCartney/George Harrison/Richard Starkey)  4. “Blue Jay Way”* (Harrison)  5. “Your Mother Should Know”*  6. “I Am the Walrus”*  7. “Hello, Goodbye”  8. “Strawberry Fields Forever”  9. “Penny Lane”  10. “Baby, You‟re a Rich Man”  11. “All You Need Is Love”  Double EP  Side 1: “Magical Mystery Tour”, “Your Mother Should Know”  Side 2: “I Am the Walrus  Side 3: “The Fool on the Hill”, “Flying”  Side 4: “Blue Jay Way”
  20. 20. The Beatles (1968)  The Beatles‟ ninth official album; double album released on 22 November 1968, exactly five years after their second album With the Beatles.  Also frequently called “The White Album” because it has no images or text save for the band‟s name printed (and a serial number on the early LP and CD releases) on its plain white sleeve.  Was written and recorded in a time of chaos for the band, subsequent to visiting the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in India and enjoying a mostly useful songwriting session in early 1968.  Returning to the studio, the band recorded between May and October 1968, only to be driven apart by legal problems and dispute.  Ringo Starr left the group briefly, leaving Paul McCartney to take his place on drums on two songs.  Many tracks were “solo” recordings (by less than the entire band so to say), since each member began looking into his own talent.  When it was released, it was met with mixed reviews from music critics, who criticized its ironic tracks as insignificant and apolitical among a disorderly political and social climate.  Regardless, it reached number 1 on the charts in both the United Kingdom and the United States.  Has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and has since been regarded by reviewers as one of the greatest albums of all time.
  21. 21. The Beatles track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  CD 1:  1. “Back in the U.S.S.R.”  2. “Dear Prudence”  3. “Glass Onion”  4. “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”  5. “Wild Honey Pie”  6. “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill”  7. “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (George Harrison)  8. “Happiness Is a Warm Gun”  9. “Martha My Dear”  10. “I‟m So Tired”  11. “Blackbird”  12. “Piggies” (Harrison)  13. “Rocky Raccoon”  14. “Don‟t Pass Me By” (Richard Starkey)  15. “Why Don‟t We Do It in the Road?”  16. “I Will”  17. “Julia”  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  CD 2:  1. “Birthday”  2. “Yer Blues”  3. “Mother Nature‟s Son”  4. “Everybody‟s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey”  5. “Sexy Sadie”  6. “Helter Skelter”  7. “Long, Long, Long” (Harrison)  8. “Revolution 1”  9. “Honey Pie”  10. “Savoy Truffle” (Harrison)  11. “Cry Baby Cry”  12. “Revolution 9”  13. “Good Night”
  22. 22. Yellow Submarine (1969)  The Beatles‟ tenth studio album in the United Kingdom, released on Apple Records.  Was issued as the soundtrack to the movie of the same name, which premiered in the United Kingdom seven months ahead of the album‟s release.  Only one side of the album includes songs written by the Beatles; of the six, four were previously unreleased.  “Yellow Submarine” was simultaneously released in 1966 as a single on the album Revolver, and “All You Need Is Love” was released as a single in 1967.  The second side features the symphonic film score written by George Martin, in versions recorded specially for the album.  “All You Need Is Love” appeared in either mono or rechanneled stereo („fake stereo‟) on the U.S. LP Magical Mystery Tour; it first appeared in an accurate stereo mix on LP for this album.  American cassette and 8-track tape versions featured “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” as an extra track on side two.
  23. 23. Yellow Submarine track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney (Tracks 1-6), except where noted, and George Martin (Tracks 7-13), except where noted.  1. “Yellow Submarine” (originally a 1966 single on Revolver)  2. “Only a Northern Song” (George Harrison)  3. “All Together Now”  4. “Hey Bulldog”  5. “It‟s All Too Much” (Harrison)  6. “All You Need Is Love” (originally a 1967 single, included on the U.S. long-playing version of Magical Mystery Tour)  7. “Pepperland”*  8. “Sea of Time”*  9. “Sea of Holes”*  10. “Sea of Monsters”*  11. “March of the Meanies”*  12. “Pepperland Laid Waste”*  13. “Yellow Submarine in Pepperland” *(Lennon-McCartney, arranged by Martin)  *Original film score from the movie Yellow Submarine.
  24. 24. Abbey Road (1969)  The Beatles‟ 11th studio album and my third favorite Beatles album.  Is the Beatles‟ last recorded album, though Let It Be was the final album released ahead of the band‟s breakup in 1970.  Work on Abbey Road started in April 1969; it was released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom, and on 1 October 1969 in the United States.  Was released in the midst of conflicts among the band members.  Despite being a commercial success, it was met with mixed reviews from music critics who believed its music was inauthentic and disapproved of the production‟s simulated effects.  However, since its original reaction, it has been viewed by numerous reviewers and is ranked as one of the best albums in history.  Still the Beatles‟ best-selling album.
  25. 25. Abbey Road track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Come Together”  2. “Something” (George Harrison)  3. “Maxwell‟s Silver Hammer”  4. “Oh! Darling”  5. “Octopus‟ Garden” (Richard Starkey)  6. “I Want You (She‟s So Heavy)”  7. “Here Comes the Sun” (Harrison)  8. “Because”  9. “You Never Give Me Your Money”  10. “Sun King”  11. “Mean Mr. Mustard”  12. “Polythene Pam”  13. “She Came In Through the Bathroom Window”  14. “Golden Slumbers”  15. “Carry That Weight”  16. “The End”  17. “Her Majesty”
  26. 26. Let It Be (1970)  The Beatles‟ 12th and final studio album.  Released on 8 May 1970 by the band‟s Apple Records label soon after the band announced their break-up.  Most of Let It Be was recorded in January 1969, prior to the recording and release of Abbey Road; consequently, some reviewers and fans, including Mark Lewisohn, argue that Abbey Road should be considered the band‟s final album and Let It Be the second to last.  Was initially planned to be released before Abbey Road (in mid-1969) as Get Back, but the Beatles were unsatisfied with this version, which was mixed and compiled by Glyn Johns, and it was momentarily shelved.  A new version of the album was created by Phil Spector in 1970 and finally released as Let It Be, and served as the album for the 1970 movie of the same name.  Whereas three tracks from the sessions (“Get Back”/”Don‟t Let Me Down” and “Let It Be”) were released as singles before the album‟s release, the tracks were remixed by Spector for the album and “Don‟t Let Me Down” was not included on the final project.  Was ranked #86 in Rolling Stone magazine‟s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time in 2003, despite a mixed review from that magazine upon its release; this was changed to #392 in 2012.  Let It Be…Naked was released in 2003, an alternate version of the album with little of Phil Spector‟s production work, using different versions of tracks.
  27. 27. Let It Be track listing  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Two of Us”  2. “Dig a Pony”  3. “Across the Universe”  4. “I Me Mine” (George Harrison)  5. “Dig It” (Lennon-McCartney-Harrison-Richard Starkey)  6. “Let It Be”  7. “Maggie Mae” (trad. arr. Lennon-McCartney-Harrison-Starkey)  8. “I‟ve Got a Feeling”  9. “One After 909”  10. “The Long and Winding Road”  11. “For You Blue” (Harrison)  12. “Get Back”
  28. 28. Past Masters (1988)  Two-volume compilation album set by the Beatles; released on 7 March 1988 as part of the issue of the group‟s whole back catalogue on CD.  Put together by the renowned Beatles authority Mark Lewisohn; incorporates every song released commercially by the group that was previously not available on the Beatles‟ twelve original UK studio albums or the Magical Mystery Tour LP.  Most of the Past Masters collection is made up of A and B-sides from the group‟s singles, such as single versions of songs that appeared in a different form on the group‟s albums.  Also incorporated are the complete parts of the UK-only Long Tall Sally EP, two German language tracks, a song produced for the American market, and a track released on a charity compilation album.
  29. 29. Past Masters track listing: Volume One  Tracks are in stereo unless indicated as mono. Dates shown are the dates when the tracks were initially released, not produced.  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Love Me Do”  2. “From Me to You”  3. “Thank You, Girl”  4. “She Loves You”  5. “I‟ll Get You”  6. “I Want to Hold Your Hand”  7. “This Boy”  8. “Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand” (Lennon/McCartney/Nicolas/Hellmer)  9. “Sie Liebt Dich” (Lennon/McCartney/Nicolas/Montague)  10. “Long Tall Sally” (Enotris Johnson, Robert Blackwell, Richard Penniman)  11. “I Call Your Name”  12. “Slow Down” (Larry Williams)  13. “Matchbox” (Carl Perkins)  14. “I Feel Fine”  15. “She‟s a Woman”  16. “Bad Boy” (Williams)  17. “Yes It Is”  18. “I‟m Down”
  30. 30. Past Masters track listing: Volume Two  Tracks are in stereo unless indicated as mono. Dates shown are the dates when the tracks were initially released, not produced.  All songs written and composed by Lennon-McCartney, except where noted.  1. “Day Tripper”  2. “We Can Work It Out”  3. “Paperback Writer”  4. “Rain”  5. “Lady Madonna”  6. “The Inner Light” (George Harrison)  7. “Hey Jude”  8. “Revolution”  9. “Get Back”  10. “Don‟t Let Me Down”  11. “The Ballad of John and Yoko”  12. “Old Brown Shoe” (Harrison)  13. “Across the Universe”  14. “Let It Be”  15. “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)”
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