The Beatles

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British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late 1950s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in 1962.

The lineup (1962-70) comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Paul McCartney (vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, percussion), George Harrison (guitar, vocals, sitar), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals, percussion). During 1961, Stuart Sutcliffe (bass) and Pete Best (drums) were also members.

Following an initial period as a straightforward Mersey-beat group, later recordings saw them experiment with psychedelia, incorporating innovative production techniques involving tape loops and other effects. Although the group split in 1970, they have continued to release special products.

Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 (Group). By 2015, all four members were inducted also as individual solo artists.
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The Beatles - With The Beatles album art The Beatles With The Beatles (Album) Parlophone UK 1963 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Please Please Me album art The Beatles Please Please Me (Album) Parlophone Peru 1963 Sell This Version
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night album art The Beatles A Hard Day's Night (Album) Parlophone South Africa 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - The Beatles' Second Album album art The Beatles The Beatles' Second Album (Album) Capitol Records Colombia 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - The American Tour With Ed Rudy album art The Beatles The American Tour With Ed Rudy Radio Pulsebeat News US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Long Tall Sally album art The Beatles Long Tall Sally (Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records Canada 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Meet The Beatles! album art The Beatles Meet The Beatles! (Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Something New album art The Beatles Something New (Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Beatles '65 album art The Beatles Beatles '65 (Album, EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Beatles For Sale album art The Beatles Beatles For Sale (Album) Parlophone Ecuador 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Hear The Beatles Tell All album art The Beatles Hear The Beatles Tell All Vee Jay Records, Vee Jay Records US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - The Beatles' Story album art The Beatles The Beatles' Story (Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night album art The Beatles A Hard Day's Night (Album) United Artists Records US 1964 Sell This Version
none The Beatles - Cadbury Special album art The Beatles Cadbury Special(Acetate, LP, S/Sided, Mono, Transcription) George Patterson Pty. Ltd. none Australia 1964 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Help! album art The Beatles Help! (Album) Parlophone Switzerland 1965 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Beatles VI album art The Beatles Beatles VI (Album, Comp, EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1965 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Rubber Soul album art The Beatles Rubber Soul (Album, EP) Parlophone US 1965 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Help! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album art The Beatles Help! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) Capitol Records Canada 1965 Sell This Version
The Beatles - The Early Beatles album art The Beatles The Early Beatles (Album, Comp, EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1965 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Beatle-Views album art The Beatles Beatle-Views Ring Around The Pops US 1966 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Yesterday And Today album art The Beatles Yesterday And Today (Album, Comp, EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1966 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Revolver album art The Beatles Revolver (Album) Parlophone US 1966 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour album art The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour (Album, Comp, EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records US 1967 Sell This Version
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album art The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Album, MiniAlbum) Parlophone Sweden 1967 Sell This Version
The Beatles - The Beatles album art The Beatles The Beatles (Album) Apple Records Israel 1968 Sell This Version

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RoryHoy

RoryHoy

June 16, 2018
Be careful if you come across any records by the Beatles that's supposedly autographed by the Fab Four - a lot of them are forged. It is well known that back in the day, that their roadies (Neil Aspinall and Mal Evans), the Beatles Fan Club secretaries (such as Freda Kelly) and even family members (such as John Lennon's Aunt Mimi and George Harrison's Mum, Louise, who does a very good impression of George's signature) signed a lot of their autographs on their behalf if they weren't available - While these forgeries were done with good intentions, there are also fakes done by professional autograph forgers, which are done with the sole purpose of ripping you off - Take extreme care when looking for signed Beatles albums, as they are VERY VERY expensive!

PS: A very easy way to tell that a signed Beatles album is fake is to check the year of the pressing. Obviously, an album signed by all four Beatles, which is a pressing after 1980 is phoney (John Lennon died in 1980) or a record or CD signed by the Beatles (except John) thats a pressing after 2001 is fake (George died in 2001).
yalajules

yalajules

November 2, 2017
I don't understand why interview disc are put in Albums section and not in miscellinous
verjan2

verjan2

February 26, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Why aren't the records in the order given by their release? "With The Beatles" stated here as FIRST record, in fornt of Please Please Me? As well as the all American issues in front of the British?
danmail77

danmail77

December 10, 2016
Hey, why isn't "A Collection of Beatles Oldies" included in this list of official Beatles LP releases? It is found here:
https://www.discogs.com/Beatles-A-Collection-Of-Beatles-Oldies/release/768723
madshad

madshad

November 6, 2016
I can;t find info anywhere, its been years, I heard a cover of 'Girl' by some random post-punk kind of band. I thought it was D.A.F. but i didnt see it on any of their albums. has anyone heard this at all?
ellis2184

ellis2184

November 5, 2016
Can someone help me. I have a Red Vinyl Help album from Hollywood Records. I can't find anything on it
MitsuharuSan

MitsuharuSan

October 3, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
I know I mentioned it before (a page or two ago), but seriously: dear Beatle-friends and collectors, please check your information when it comes to the Brazilian records before posting anything. Not everything is "first edition" and/or "mega rare" just because it's an old South American record from the 60's/early 70's! From the many artists I enjoy and collect, I have found out that The Beatles are among the ones with most inaccurate listings around here, for some reason. Listings containing pictures and descriptions of more than one press/edition, reissues and represses listed as the first edition, listings with unnecessary comments about its rarity (I specifically mean the ones listed by a seller in order to sell a copy, mentioning that they're "mega rare!!" in the notes - and usually when that's not the case at all), etc.

It's far from my intention to offend anyone, it's just that, as I said, it seems to happen quite frequently with Beatles' records, especially the Brazilian ones. Maybe it's the sheer quantity of information available when it comes to the legacy of the four Beatle fellas, which paves the way for lots of inaccurate information also being available easily, but let's do our best to organize Discogs and not only review the notes we have but also keep separated listings for reissues, represses, etc. Most of the time it takes just a few minutes of research to check labels to see if they're actually earlier pressings and so on, for instance. That way it'll be easier for all of us to catalogue our records accordingly and also help others with correct information about the (in this case, the Brazilian) discography! Thank you.

darvidocarroll

darvidocarroll

September 16, 2016
Australia was pistol whipped by The Beatles!
They're not the only great band of that era.
The Beach Boys, Stones,Who,Kinks,Byrds, the Velvet underground, Turtles,Sly and the family stone, Easybeats ,Temptations all first leaguers in my book. Beatle heads are a bit like Dylan freaks...they get a little locked in. Free your minds and your ears will follow. ...l say. And then there's the 70s.....tanx da slider
JockoHomo

JockoHomo

June 29, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Yoko Ono is the most talented member the Beatles ever had.
jazzairman

jazzairman

May 12, 2016
McDonald's for the ears!! First I have ever heard that one. All of us who love the music of the Beatles have debated with the haters defending their lofty position in the never ending pecking order of who is great & who isn't. One does not have to be a fan to understand that as far as R&R/pop music is concerned the Beatles have few rivals. They truly stand atop or very near the summit of this genre. No doubt they always will. So I get the just because something is popular does not mean it is any good argument. Most times that is very true. But in the case of the Beatles greatness & popularity went together like hand & glove. It was a mixture of the times and their ability to absorb and then incorporate the sounds of early rock AND R&B that set them apart. Rockers like Roy Orbison were as much an influence as the great Smokey Robinson. Throw in a little Carl Perkins rock-a-billy and the Fab Four could have easily come from Linden, New Jersey USA then Liverpool, England. Then as they matured so did their writing reflect the changes musically and personally. For them and many of us. It was pretty heady stuff for a kid who was only 13 when they called it quits. And while I am more into Jazz now I still enjoy my Beatle records. I still hear the greatness and wonder would I love music the way I do if their were no Beatles? And would pop/rock carry the same weight it does now without them? What we do know is how they influenced thousands of musicians during and after their reign. How for better or worse rock music was not just teeny bopper stuff but at times heady music to be taken seriously. How it was recorded, how we listened, how it was perceived was all because of them. All that and some pretty catchy tunes to down right thought provoking beautiful music. You don't have to like it but you got to respect it.

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