The Beatles ‎– Yellow Submarine

Etichetta:
Apple Records ‎– PCS 7070
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
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The Beatles
A1 Yellow Submarine
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A2 Only A Northern Song
Written-By – Harrison*
A3 All Together Now
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A4 Hey Bulldog
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A5 It's All Too Much
Written-By – Harrison*
A6 All You Need Is Love
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
Original Film Score
B1 Pepperland
Written-By – Martin*
B2 Sea Of Time
Written-By – Martin*
B3 Sea Of Holes
Written-By – Martin*
B4 Sea Of Monsters
Written-By – Martin*
B5 March Of The Meanies
Written-By – Martin*
B6 Pepperland Laid Waste
Written-By – Martin*
B7 Yellow Submarine In Pepperland
Arranged By – Martin*Written-By – Lennon-McCartney

Società, ecc.

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Note

Stereo version of the first pressing that includes black inner sleeve, standard Apple labels with ‘Sold in U.K.’ statement, and red lines above and below the sleeve notes on the back of sleeve.

Titles on back of sleeve:
Side A: The Beatles
Side B: Original film score composed & orchestrated by George Martin

A2 to A5, B1 to B7: ℗ 1969
A1: ℗ 1966
A6: ℗ 1967

Information on back of sleeve:
Apple Records | An EMI Recording
E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd) Hayes · Middlesex · England
Made and Printed in Great Britain.

Codice a barre e altri identificatori

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped (variation 1)): YEX 715-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped (variation 1)): YEX 716-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped (variation 2)): YEX 715-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped (variation 2)): YEX 716-1

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N. cat Artista Titolo (Formato) Etichetta N. cat Paese Anno
none The Beatles Yellow Submarine(Cass, Album) EMI none Unknown Vendi questa versione
3C 062-04002 The Beatles Yellow Submarine(LP, Album, RE) Apple Records 3C 062-04002 Italy 1977 Vendi questa versione
0946 3 82467 2 5 The Beatles Yellow Submarine(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM, Unofficial) Apple Records (3), Parlophone (2) 0946 3 82467 2 5 Russia 2009 Vendi questa versione
PCS 7070 The Beatles Yellow Submarine(LP, Album) Portrait PCS 7070 Israel Unknown Vendi questa versione
C4-46445 The Beatles Yellow Submarine(Cass, Album, RE) Capitol Records, Apple Records C4-46445 US 1992 Vendi questa versione

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Jordan.Fuzul

Jordan.Fuzul

26 aprile 2018

Great album.It is worth the price tag. BUY IT NOW
kenwalsh

kenwalsh

23 novembre 2017
i have a copy with matrix runout-
side one - YEX 715 - 5 II II HTM
side two - YEX 716 - 2 D U HTM

any idea which press this is?
malloallo

malloallo

01 novembre 2014
Hello all,

Just picked up a late-70s press, cat #EAS-50041, and don't see it listed here. Anybody got any information on this pressing?
meredith_hunter

meredith_hunter

18 dicembre 2010
Jadetom - point taken. However, if it wasn't released there would be a hell of alot of disgruntled fans. No band, not even The Beatles, can be expected to release classic after classic album. This is the Beatles. Even if you don't like it you have to at least appreciate there willingness to lend their name to George Martin's orchestral productions. The Beatles took risks (after meeting Dylan back in 64) and that's what made them great. Let's not forget Martin's role in 'Revolver'. They were a fantastic boy band and then became a fantastic rock group. Yellow Submarine is part of their development.

And hey let's celebrate 'It's all too much' - one of their very best
jadedtom

jadedtom

20 giugno 2010
modificato over 8 years ago
As far as I can figure, this is one of the worst collection of Beatles' songs ever compiled.
I remember being very disappointed that Capitol Records included George Martin's music from the film. Beatlemaniacs hadn't been so ripped off since the album "Help!". I'm talking about the american version here. The Parlophone "Help" was a solid album, but Capitol's "Help!" was half Beatles and half George Martin film music. Nothing against the genius that is George Martin, but Beatle fans buy Beatle albums to hear Beatles' music, get it?
The american release is terribly anemic. I understand that "All Together Now" is some nostalgic look-back at skiffle music. Whatever, it is a minor song...the Beatles are not even trying here.
Harrison's psychedelic trips, "Only a Northern Song" and "It's All Too Much" have some hippy dippy appeal to me, but neither are great songs.
By the time the film "Yellow Submarine" came out, I was fairly tired of the song "Yellow Submarine". It's a cute song with clever sound effects. But not great Beatles' music.
Leave it to John Lennon to save the day. "Hey! Bulldog" is one of the Beatles' most overlooked tunes. Its James Bond spy riff guitar hooks you, and there's a sense of paranoia to the lyrics which ends up in genuine fun as McCartney barks to Lennon at the end of the song.
"Yellow Submarine", the CD version, fares better. Featuring all of the Beatles' songs from the flick, it leaves George Martin's movie music on the cutting floor. But it's still a bit of a rip off. The inclusion of two minor Harrison compositions "Love You To" and "Think for Yourself" doesn't help. ("Think For Yourself" only stands out in my mind as the one rock song that uses the word "rectify" in its lyric.) It's nice to hear "Eleanor Rigby", "With a Little Help From My Friends", "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" again, but Beatle fans already owned these songs.
"Baby You're A Rich Man" shares the same fate as "Hey! Bulldog" -- it's an underrated gem of a Lennon song. Then again, Beatle fans already had this song, too, from "Magical, Mystery Tour".
"All You Need is Love", "When I'm 64", even "Nowhere Man", in my opinion, are all overrated Beatle songs that I am pretty much done with.
I count six good songs out of the fifteen offered on the CD release. As I have said, the Capitol album is truly anemic, as it has but one good song, "Hey! Bulldog".
I'm not blaming the Beatles for this collection. The film had to be promoted, and Capitol Records decided to rip us off. Talk about your blue meanies...